The children at Appleseed have been busy creating story stones.

Using painted stones to tell stories is an Indigenous tradition. 


Our Preschool Room got a brand new resource - a wooden bridge - and the children all got to assist in putting it together.


Pj Day! So much fun!

As part of our July School Holiday program we held a pj day! The children loved it - and so did mum and dad! 


Lachlan was very eager to share all about the vegetable patch he and his family had growing in their backyard - "Just like at Appleseed!" he said.


We held our very own Little Rockers Red Nose Day disco on Friday 29th June to raise money for Red Nose Day.


New Enrolments for January 2019 will be starting in October 2018. 


Complete your online form now through myGov


In our preschool room we run a PreLit program as part of our holistic school readiness program.


Senior Constable Debbie Chrystal visited Appleseed today to talk to the children about the different way they can keep themselves safe and also what Police do in their job. 



Today we fed our worms with fruit and vegetables scraps from our kitchen. Worms eat food scraps and then transform it into "worm tea" which is makes an excellent fertiliser for the garden.


We celebrated all of our wonderful Appleseed mums, grandmas, omas, aunties, nannas and other special mother-figures in our lives with an afternoon tea on Friday 11th May.


Kelly-Jean Burden, an Oral Health Therapist, came to speak to the Appleseed children today about Oral Hygiene.

Your Words

We encourage regular feedback from all of our parents. It helps us quickly identify and fix any areas that may have room for improvement. It’s always nice to hear when we’ve done well too...