The Weekly Advertiser

PHOTOS | Horsham Primary School marks Literacy and Numeracy Week

Dylan Newell enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus. The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT: Horsham Primary School students enjoyed a range of activities to mark National Literacy and Numeracy Week. The week raises awareness of the importance of literacy and numeracy at school and beyond. This year’s theme was ‘Escape to Everywhere’ and students could enjoy themed displays encouraging them to ‘escape’ and read books. Pictured enjoying the week’s festivities, which also included spatial activities, development of logical thought and statistics in data analysis, is Dylan Newell. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

Lilly Madex and Riley Reed enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus. The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Lilly Madex and Riley Reed enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus.
The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Lucas Young and Sam Mackley enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus. The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Lucas Young and Sam Mackley enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus.
The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Kristal Hounslow enjoying a circus section for Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus. The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Kristal Hounslow enjoying a circus section for Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus.
The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Tyra King, Kadyn McLean and Declan Clark enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus. The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

Tyra King, Kadyn McLean and Declan Clark enjoying Literacy and Numeracy week at Horsham Primary School Rasmussen Campus.
The theme is “Escape to Everywhere” and there was themed displays set up all over the school for students to escape to and read books.

The entire September 13, 2017 edition of The Weekly Advertiser is available online. READ IT HERE!

Short URL: http://www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au/?p=49088

Posted on Sep 13 2017

Posted by on Sep 13 2017. Filed under Education, FEATURED, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Advertising:
Meritum Financial Group


3WM


MIXX FM


Bowel Cancer Australia

Photo Gallery

The Weekly Advertiser - ACE Radio Broadcasters Pty Ltd