Are you relieved to be rid of homework battles or worried that a lack of homework means your child is not being sufficiently stretched? Wherever you sit on the homework debate, come along at 7pm on Wednesday 14th March to… Continue Reading →
Parenting SA run a number of free, informative workshops for parents throughout each year. More information about this latest workshop can be found at www.parenting.sa.gov.au
The gang is back again, looking for new members and a big year ahead. Please contact the Front Office for further information.
Our student leadership team (Peer Support, SRC Executive & House Captain leaders) met last Friday and developed a program of lunchtime activities to support student play. They decided on activities to suit Junior Primary students, especially the new receptions. In addition… Continue Reading →
Dear Parents / Caregivers, Kids are growing up in a very different world than that of their parents. Smart phones, computers, YouTube, Netflix, and Facebook are embedded in their daily lives. Even toys are digital, and many are programmable, such as Lego… Continue Reading →
UPS parent, Justin Tredwell has run tennis programs at our school this year and proposes to run after hours programs for 5-10 year olds in Term 1 next year. Please see the attached for further information.
Starting kindergarten and school is both an exciting and nerve wracking time for little ones and parents alike. Here are a handful of ways you can help your child make the most of this new experience, coming out more skilled,… Continue Reading →
The Education and Wellbeing Committee would like to thank you for your feedback on our school’s Homework Policy. We received an overwhelmingly supportive response from parents and caregivers and we are grateful for your constructive comments and questions. The committee… Continue Reading →
A timely post from Madhavi Nawana Parker. For more information on guiding young people to be happier and more resilient please follow SOLUTIONS FOR KIDS on Facebook. Children and parents are currently finding out about teachers and classmates for 2018 around… Continue Reading →
As students, we experience many different changes throughout our schooling years. Sometimes these are personal changes, like changes that affect us at home, or affect our families, and sometimes these changes impact us at school. One common transition that students… Continue Reading →