It’s been a busy term with many highlights, including quality learning experiences for students in and out of class, fabulous assemblies, a variety of excursions, Student Voice in Learning project sessions, SRC disco, Autumn Market day, Jump school visits, Pedal… Continue Reading →
Dear families, As you would have seen in the news, The Australian Education Union has decided to apply strike action on Monday 1st July for the whole day. Each school votes and within that the teachers who choose to, are… Continue Reading →
A goal of the Healthy Eating Committee has been to consider options for students with food intolerances or allergies. Karen, our Canteen Manager and staff have been busily investigating gluten-free menu choices for those students and adults who are gluten… Continue Reading →
Term 3 begins with a Student Free day on Monday 22 July 2019 OSHC is available. Bookings are essential. Please phone 0411274747.
WORKSHOP POSTPONED! The Parents In Education workshop on ‘Wellbeing’ scheduled for next Thursday 20/6/19 at 9am has been postponed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. We will inform you of the next date as soon as possible.
Dear Parents and Caregivers, We have been informed that 3 students have been identified with Influenza A, a viral infection. They are currently not at school until they recover. Symptoms include: rapid onset of fever, headache, muscle aches, fatigue, sneezing,… Continue Reading →
Way2Go Bike Ed is a bicycle education program for primary school students.The recommended year levels for participation are year 5-6 (aged 10-12). It is funded and managed by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. The Way2Go program has clearly stated goals. It… Continue Reading →
As from 1st July 2019, there is a significant change to ‘working with children’ checks (commonly called police clearances or criminal history checks) that are required prior to working with children. Even if you’ve had a police check, you’ll need… Continue Reading →