Dear Parents/Carers and Students, As Term 3 comes to an end, in Stage 4 Lockdown, as a staff, we just wanted to say how proud we are of our community. You are an absolutely amazing community who have demonstrated that you live our school values each and every day.
We also have some exciting news from our school-based Speech Pathologist (Josephine Scullino) and our Student Engagement and Wellbeing Leading Teacher (Sam Carlton). They will be providing Online (via Webex Meeting Platform) Pre-Foundation sessions for the students. More information >>
Dear Parents and Carers, From Monday 10 August, staff will be spending more time working from home. This means the office will be unattended on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please only contact the office on Mondays (Laura), Wednesdays (Janeane) and Thursdays (Julie).
Dear Parents/Carers, Just a reminder that Friday 18th September is the last day of Term 3 and school will finish at 2.10pm. Students who are onsite will also need to be picked up from school at 2.10pm. Please make sure arrangements are made for the collection of your children.
Registration is FREE! To attend our care, families must register their child. Why? Registering your child means we have all the information we need to safely care for them. So, we recommend all families to register an account with us. That way, if you ever need us, you just have to book a session.
Friday 13th November is a pupil free day. This is the day that has been rescheduled from 19th June. There will be no school for students on this day. Please make alternative care arrangements for your children. Thank you
Support the mental health and wellbeing of your child during remote and flexible learning with new resources from the Department of Education and Training.
You can follow these tips for talking to your child about coronavirus (COVID-19). They include how to have a safe and reassuring converstaion and links to resources to help you and your family.
Our FREE telephone based parenting education program is for parents, grandparents caring for their grandchildren and carers of children aged 2 to 12 years, living in Victoria. Our aim is to increase access for all families including fathers, grandparents, kinship carers and rural families.