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Sue Lahainer has joined the
Loxton District Children's Centre
Woodleigh staff team.
Ms Lahainer is the new early learning
educator in the Kookaburra Room for
3-5 year olds.
In the new role Ms Lahiner and all
educators at the service will provide
children with a scheduled learning
environment on a daily basis, consisting
of two one-and-a-half hour sessions.
One in the morning and one in the
In these session times, Ms Lahiner
and educators will provide children with
a planned program, guided by the five
learning outcomes with the Early Years
The framework conveys the highest
expectations for all children's learning.
Viewing children as active participants
and decision makers in their learning,
opens up the possibilities as educators
to move beyond the old expectations
about what children can do and learn.
Early childhood is a vital period in
children's learning and development.
As a service Woodleigh provides
an emphasis on play-based learning,
recognising the importance of language
and communication and social and
The session times will be developed
based on children's strengths and
interests, working in partnerships with
families -- with an emphasis on language
and communication and social and
Ms Lahainer will design a learning
environment that promotes dispositions,
fosters learning and development and
enables children to make connections
between prior experiences and new
learning, assisting them to develop
relationships and stimulating a sense of
"We look forward to all our families
meeting Sue and are very excited to
announce the Pre Kindy program,
catering for all children 3-5 years,"
added a Woodleigh spokesperson.
New face, new program at Woodleigh
Review by Ben Grieger
Over 500 people attended
the Christ Walk production,
at Kaesler's Landing over the
The performance is a partnership
between St Peter's Lutheran Church
and Little Town Productions and
re-enacts key moments of Jesus' life
and ministry, beginning with his bap-
tism and culminating in his crucifix-
Throughout the performance, the
audience were caught up in the excite-
ment, drama, tragedy and triumph that
characterised the first Easter.
The cast directly engaged spectators,
who were at times moved to laughter
and even tears as they were confront-
ed with the truth and humanity of the
Jesus' crucifixion was undoubtedly
the climax of the performance.
After hearing the banging of nails
ringing out across the still evening,
the audience witnessed the haunting
sight of Jesus hanging on the cross,
his body silhouetted against the grey
clouds in the darkening sky as he cried
"it is finished".
Kaesler's landing and the river envi-
rons formed a stunning backdrop to
the performance which was delivered
by 35 to 40 cast members over five
Event organiser, Monty Lysne, was
pleased with the production.
"The natural lighting and setting
really enhanced the message and made
it seem more alive and real," Mr Lysne
"The interactivity of the perfor-
mance also makes it really special as
spectators don't just get to watch it;
they get to experience it."
Aub Mattner played Pontius Pilate
and also valued the event.
"It really brings to life the gospel
message; you can understand what
they went through by being a part of
the scene," Mr Mattner said.
Event organisers now plan to hold
the event biennially, with the next per-
formances scheduled for Easter 2017.
Production brings Easter to life
ABOVE: Robin Schaefer (centre) played
Jesus in the Little Town production Christ
Walk. INSET: Over 500 people attended
the booked-out event, which was held at
Kaesler's Landing on the weekend.
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