Communication

School Newsletter

Our school newsletter is issued each week. It carries a note from the Principal and a variety of notices. Notices for the newsletter should be sent to the front office no later than 10:00am Monday morning.  Please download the Skoolbag App to your smart phone or tablet device. This app alerts you when the newsletter has been published and of any upcoming events.

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
Week 1 Week 1 Week 1 Week 1
Week 2 Week 2 Week 2 Week 2
Week 3 Week 3 Week 3 Week 3
Week 4 Week 4 Week 4 Week 4
Week 5 Week 5 Week 5 Week 5
Week 6 Week 6 Week 6 Week 6
Week 7 Week 7 Week 7 Week 7
Week 8 Week 8 Week 8 Week 8
Week  9 Week  9 Week  9 Week  9

Notes for Parents 

OOSCA Information General Information Sport and Music Religious Education
October Vacation Care ICT Agreement

2018 Netball Info

Musicorp

Music Your Way

Eucharist

Reconciliation

Confirmation

Reporting

Formal reports on student progress will be sent home towards the end of Semester 1 and Semester 2 each year. In addition, you will be given the opportunity to attend Parent/Teacher Interviews or 3 Way Conferences throughout the year.

  • Written reports, interviews / conferences and samples of students' work. Early in the school year parents will be given the opportunity to meet their child's teacher and to familiarise themselves with the class routines and curricula.
  • Parent Teacher Interviews and conferences, known as 'Three Way Interviews', which involve parents, the student and the teacher, are held during the year. Written reports are provided in Terms Two and Four.
  • Interviews with class teachers may be arranged before or after school hours, by writing a note to the teacher or by phoning the school secretary. The Principal is available for interview by appointment. Parents can be assured of the principal's interest in any aspect of school life that is of concern.

Contact with the School 

Parents are always welcome to make an appointment to speak to the Principal, Assistant Principal, Learning Support (Special Needs) teacher or class teachers. It has been our experience that, when free and open communication is maintained, any perceived problems are more readily resolved.

The school secretaries can arrange an appointment with the Principal or Assistant Principal at a time convenient to both parties.

Appointments to see one of the teachers should be made for out of teaching hours, which are before 9:00am or after 3:30pm, and can be done via a note, or by contacting the teacher directly.