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Wildlife at Treetops

Located where we are, we are lucky to have a large number of native birds and animals that live in and around our school and this morning staff, students, and parents arrived to find a family of Tawny Frogmouths sleeping in our nature playground. They blended in...
Preparing for a life of change

Preparing for a life of change

According to research compiled by the NSW Government and the Association of Independent Schools NSW in their report, CEO Perspectives: The Future of School in Australia, children today are growing into a word of unprecedented change.  Statistically they are likely to...
Music Night

Music Night

The Treetops Annual Music Night was held on the 16th of August at the Swan Calisthenics Centre. The back stage area was buzzing with excitement (and occasional tears) as the performers got into their costumes and makeup.  The back stage crew were running all over the...
MUD, MUD, GLORIOUS MUD!

MUD, MUD, GLORIOUS MUD!

MUD, MUD, GLORIOUS MUD! It is the season of rain, the Noongar season of Makaru.  In the Hills this is the season of warm fires, hot soup and long bush walks.  At Treetops it is the season of MUD; oozy, sticky, fun to play in, mud. As part of our multiple Nature Play...
Play at Treetops

Play at Treetops

HOW DO WE PLAY AT TREETOPS? Much media attention has been given recently to what is perceived to be the increasing structure of the curriculum and lack of time for children to be children and to play. However, understanding what play is will confirm that in many...