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December 19, 2013

I want to take a moment to thank you, for such a wonderful year of Living Learning.  I’ve uploaded some images of our adventures on to the Photos page.  If you have any images you would like to share on this page that would be wonderful as I often forget to take photos! You can email them to me at
I really enjoyed reflecting on all the great workshops this year as I went through my photos, thank you so much again for sharing in Living Learning with us!

Don’t forget the exciting Science Workshops coming up over summer, they look set to be a lot of fun.  I will also keep everyone posted about the workshops that were postponed in term 4, at this stage we are looking at rescheduling in late January.


There will also be a planning meeting for Living Learning 2014 in mid January.  Please email me at if you would like to come along.  If the weather allows we will have a play in a park, share ideas, and make some plans for the new year.  I would especially love some help with Living Learning next year as I am hoping to step back from it a little as we will be going away a few times.  I started running Living Learning with the idea of figuring out what needed to be done and then asking for help with it.  Two and a half years later I am finally getting around to asking for help!  Thank you to everyone who has helped me out spontaneously over the years, and if you can help out with the organisation next year please email me at and  I will keep you posted about the planning meeting.  I have LOADS of ideas for next year, and I can’t wait to hear yours!

Love and Best Summer Wishes,



2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 29, 2013 12:30 pm

    Thanks for all your hard work this year Julie! The workshops have been great.
    Can I ask, if we don’t make it to the planning meeting in Jan, if there could be some less arty workshops for those not so arty kids? Maybe maths or science? We’re going to all the Crazy Scientist workshops, he has 2 at Penrith Library as well as Lawson. Maybe something on different energy sources, conducting electricity, forces (hands on pulleys and levers), experiments with sound and light, sustainable living (this could be a multiple week topic on energy consumption, recycling, food consumption etc). Maths we could do graphs and tallies measuring the kids height weight sex and ages, favourite foods, favourite subjects etc. Just a few ideas…

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