Farewell, Miss Jordan!

(This is a surprise guest post from Mrs Morris!)

The final week of the school year has arrived. It is a time of mixed emotions as 3/4C and the Barwon Heads Primary School community say,

Goodbye, Miss Jordan

Miss Jordan taught at Leopold Primary School for ten years before beginning her seachange at Barwon Heads Primary School in 2014. After four wonderful years, she is moving on to an exciting new teaching opportunity in 2018.

The students in 3/4 have put together some messages for their fantastic teacher.

All of the 3/4 C students also worked very hard to create a personal letter and card for Miss Jordan to take with her.

Picture of children's cards to their teacher

So many wonderful reflections were shared!

We wish Miss Jordan all the best and invite you to leave a message on the Padlet below or write a comment on this post.

We know Miss Jordan would love to hear from you whether you’re a current or former student, parent or colleague!

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Have a wonderful last week of school for 2017!

Welcome To A New School Year!

Today is the first day of the 2014 school year at Barwon Heads Primary School in Victoria, Australia.

After nearly six weeks of summer holidays, Miss Jordan is very happy to join Barwon Heads Primary School! It is an exciting time for Miss Jordan as she continues her teaching journey at a new school with her fabulous grade four students.

We have a lot to look forward to this year including our new 1:1 iPad program, Bike Ed and our camp to Anglesea.

Miss Jordan is certain all the students in 4B will learn a lot in 2014 and enjoy being part of a wonderful classroom community. This blog will be a big part of our classroom program and Miss Jordan can’t wait to teach the students all about educational blogging. Miss Jordan’s class will be learning with the students in Miss Curtain’s class, 4A, in a big double classroom. Together, we are going to have a wonderful year!


Miss Jordan welcomes the students in 4B to the 2014 school year and she looks forward to hearing how they all spent their holidays.

Miss Jordan travelled back to her family’s home in Pomonal (near Halls Gap) for her Christmas celebrations. In January she  enjoyed seeing friends, exercising, going shopping, cooking, painting, relaxing and reading. She helped to organise some last minute details for her sister’s upcoming wedding. Miss Jordan also spent some time at school setting up her new classroom.


Miss Jordan with her brother and sister on Christmas Day.


Miss Jordan with her sister and her mum enjoying high tea at Crown Conservatory in Melbourne.



Leave a comment and tell us about your holidays.

What are you looking forward to in 2014?