Carrum PS

November 3, 2011
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Delicious Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Class Recipes!

Chocolate and Beetroot Muffins

Apple Vinigarette Dressing

Apple Crumble

Baked Kale Chips


Creative Salad

Broccoli and Herb Frittata

Here is a mouth watering meal which will tantalise the taste buds. A guaranteed winner!

Beetroot and Orange Salad

Pasta with Fresh Herbs

Silverbeet Braised with pine nuts and currants

Corona beans and Kale

Corona beans and Kale[1]

Creamy Silverbeet

Everyday Salad

juicy fruit salad

Mixed berry smoothie

Potato and Rosemary Pizza

Chickpea and Cauliflower Curry

Indian Flatbread

Khira Raita Cucumber with Yoghurt









August 23, 2011
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Local artist Paul Baker sails into Carrum

Donna Bauer, Walter and Harriet admire our new shield

Carrum is buzzing over our wonderful new addition to the original Carrum Primary School building.

Paul Baker, our own local artist, has generously spent days creating a masterpiece which can be viewed from the Church Road entrance. The school emblem has been captured as a 3D replica, masterfully sculptured with a concrete render and proudly displayed on the Prep wall for all to see.

The much anticipated garden to be planted as part of our Stephanie Alexander Kitchen garden program has been altered to ensure our shield will remain visible to all who pass by. Featured here is Walter and Harriet with local MP Donna Bauer who was suitably impressed by the skill and effort Mr Baker has dedicated to the shield. On behalf of everyone at Carrum Primary School and the wider community, thank you!

July 29, 2011
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National Tree Planting Day

What an exciting Friday! Today is National Tree Planting Day and a wonderful way to kick start our new Orchard and Wetland Habitat. Prep – 5/6 participated in a hole digging, fertilising (eww!), planting, watering and mulching experience. Many thanks to Mrs Galland for her amazing involvement. Eve in Grade 1/2D learned all about grafting and everyone is keen to be on watering duty during the week.