⭐️⭐️FESTIVAL OF THE STARS ⭐️⭐️ 4.30 – 6.30pm
Thursday – 19 September is our Festival of the Stars.
Music Performances are yet to be confirmed
(apologies we were a bit too keen yesterday with the draft list)
Performances are between 5.45 – 6.30pm.



Art 🎨
The Art rooms in Block 4 will be set up as Art Galleries with every student having at least 1 piece of Art work on display.
Some of the Year 3, 4 and 5 classes have made an art item for an art shop inspired by Lucy Sparrow. They will be sold on the night for a gold coin donation. Any not sold will remain in the Art room as part of a permanent display. There will also be a small number of collaborative pieces up for silent auction. The proceeds will go towards new resources for the Art room.
The Art is amazing this year, ranging from ceramic handmade teapots to felted bags.

Music Room 4.30 -5.15 🎼
Musical Slideshow
Music Station Games
Musicin the Undercover Area 5.45 – 6.30:
Musical Recital Performances

Sport 🤾‍♂️
WACA will be on the oval running cricket games and skills sessions for the students.
Bocce will also be out for students and parents to use.

Science 🔭
Science activities in the Science room:
• Magnets
• Brain boxes
• Cyclone Bottles
• Volcanoes
Work samples will be out in the Science room:
• Year 6 circuits
• Year 5 Solar System Projects
• Year 3 Moon Phases and models
There will be a Lakelands Recycling Display to inform parents about our recycling program.





Harmony Day for 2019 will be celebrated at Lakelands PS on Friday the 22nd of March.

Our classes will be participating in many different activities to celebrate the range of cultures in our school and learn new and interesting information about different countries.

A costume parade of the classes will be held at 12:20 – 1:20 on the grassed area outside the under covered area. We would love you to come along to celebrate with us by watching the parade and enjoying a picnic lunch on the grass with your family afterwards, at approximately 1:20.

This is not a free dress event.

We are encouraging students to wear orange to represent the colour of Harmony Day, or alternatively come to school dressed in traditional cultural clothing. Harmony Day is about including everyone, so we would love you all to join in the fun!  *Please Note* Sport Teams are not traditional cultural clothing. If you do not have cultural dress or something orange – LPS uniform is perfect 













Come and join us Friday, 15 March 2019 on the oval at 8.50am to take a stand against bullying.

You are welcome to join the outside circle around our students on the day to show your support




School Photo Days – Almost here!

Envelopes will be going home today with your child. Please note sibling photos are ordered online and these must be ordered no later than 12.00pm on Monday, 25 February 2019. Unfortunately there are no extensions to this time, so please ensure you order early enough to be included. Thank you 💜








Calling for School Board Nominations Now!

Nominations are being called for our School Board.  Interested community members may register their interest via the front office.  Involvement level in the School Board is 4 meetings per year. Board membership will provide community members with in-depth knowledge of the decision making process at the school along with involvement with policy ratification.

Our first meeting of the year will be held on Wednesday 20th March 2019 at 6:30pm in the staff room.

If you have any questions about board membership, please see either our School Board Chair Emma Marcussen or myself Brad Mitchell when you see us around the school.




Youth Motivational Speaker – LUKE S. KENNEDY – Wednesday 29 August 2018

You may be aware the school has engaged a motivational speaker Luke S. Kennedy who has recently toured the country talking about his own personal story of leading a life of crime, suffering from anxiety and depression and how he turned his life around to inspire those around him. Luke has returned to WA after making a huge impact at Wembley Primary and various private schools and they’ve requested his return.

The focus on the talk is on resilience, how to be yourself, mental health/wellness, and issues of bullying including self-bullying (negative self-talk) behaviours. His story is deep, inspiring and real. He has received fantastic feedback with his approach and tailors his talks to the intended audience.   He will be speaking with our Year 3 to 6 students for 75 mins from 1.30 – 2.50pm



Does your child have a passion for soccer? Secure your place in Safety Bay Senior High School’s Specialist Soccer Program for 2019!

Selection Trials will be held on Thursday 26th July from 4-5:30pm at Safety Bay Senior High School, Malibu Road, Safety Bay. Find out more and register here: