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Update 200923

CANTEEN - Fri 22nd

Recess:  Sweet special: Apple Crumble with custard         Fruit Muffin: Blueberry

               Savoury Special: Margherita Pizza

Lunch:    Goulash (A really yummy beef stew) with rice.


September 13 Newsletter

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Headlice in classrooms

Headlice has been detected in a few classrooms, can parents please check their child/ren hair and treat.  Attached information below.



Jo Waldon

Update 060923


Next week bookings will open for parent phone calls.

Hats on - no hat play in the shade.

CANTEEN  -   Fri 8th September

Recess:    Sweet Special: Banana Cake            Fruit Muffin: Strawberry

Savoury Special: Mini Pizza (Vegetarian)

Lunch: Vegetarian Curry with rice

Congratulations to all participants in the 2023 Young Archies Awards!

The 2023 award winners were announced at presentations held last Saturday, 2 September, at the UTAS School of Creative Arts and Media in Hobart.

Have a look at the amazing work of the 2023 Young Archies Award Winners here:

Young Archies Exhibition now showing!

The Young Archies Exhibition will be on show in Hobart, Launceston and Devonport.

Hobart Exhibition

  • Where: UTAS School of Creative Arts & Media, Hunter Street
  • When: Sunday 3 – Sunday 17 September 2023
  • Opening times: 12.00pm-5.00pm weekdays, 11.00am-4.00pm weekends
  • Exhibition of all artworks

Can’t make it in person?

If you can’t make it into the Hobart Exhibition, no worries! The Young Archies Online Gallery is now live. All entries received in the 2023 competition have been uploaded. Check them out!

Don’t forget to Vote!

Voting in the People’s Choice Award is now open and will close on Sunday 17 September. One vote per person.

The winner will be announced on Monday 18 September and the winning artwork will join the 2023 Young Archies Award Winners Exhibition travelling to Launceston and Devonport.

Congratulations again to all participants, and thank you for supporting the Young Archies!

August 30 Newsletter

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Learn to Swim Program Gr3-5

Please see attached letter for students Gr 3 - 5



Jo Waldon

Update 230823

CANTEEN - Fri 25th

Recess: Apple Pie    Fruit Muffin: Mixed Berry


Lunch: Beef Casserole with Mash


School Disco - next Thursday starting 6.00pm - 7.00 EC then Primary 7.00pm to 8.15.

The 2023 School Satisfaction Surveys are coming!

Every year the Department of Education conducts a School Satisfaction Survey to find out what your child(ren)'s school does well and where it may improve.

We would be grateful if you completed our online survey about Albuera Street Primary School. Your feedback is very important to help us inform our school-planning and decision-making.

The survey is open from Monday 28 August 2023 until Friday 22 September 2023 and should take about 5 minutes to complete.

Take the online survey by clicking this Link.  or pasting it in your browser:

The survey is carried out on a secure website and all responses are anonymous and confidential.

All families in this school received the same survey link and no identifying information is collected. A summary of the survey results will be provided to schools.  Responses from individuals or small groups will NOT be disclosed to any Department of Education staff.

Please contact your school if you require any assistance.

 Thank you for taking the time to fill in this survey.

August 16 Newsletter

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School Triathlon 01/12/2023

2023 Tasmanian Schools Triathlon Challenge


This year we are again inviting students from Years 3-6 to take part in the annual Tasmanian Schools Triathlon Challenge at Bellerive Beach. This is an awesome experience that has become a major event in Tasmanian schools’ sporting calendar. A triathlon is an event that is made up of three sections: swimming, cycling and running.

Some basic information:

  • Date: Friday December 1st, 2023
  • Who: Students in Grades 3-6
  • What: Students can compete as an individual (completing all three sections themselves), as part of a team (2 or 3 students that divide the sections up) or both.
  • Cost: $30 per student, whether they do one or both events. ($25 for event entry and $5 for bus).
  • More information: Follow this link to the website:

To gauge interest and help us make decisions about the event, please follow the link below to register your interest by Monday August 21st.

Note: completing this survey is not an entry or an obligation to compete, it simply allows us to make decisions on how to proceed.

For further information, check the website or contact Steve Jeffrey or Renee Britton at school.


Impertago (School sores) outbreak in school

Please see attached letter



Jo Waldon