Notify the office of any absence before 9am. We have an absence message box on our phone system. We will contact or text parents if a child is not at school, their safety is paramount. If children are to be withdrawn from school for a period of time written permission should be requested from the Principal. Please ensure that any …
Access to children
If you need to contact your children at school please ring the office and the staff will assist you. If a child needs to leave during the school day they will need to be signed out at the office and signed in on their return. Children will not be permitted to leave the school grounds with anyone other than a …
Appointments with Teachers and Principal
Teachers and the Principal are always happy to discuss children’s progress or address any concerns. If you have a concern or complaint the first person to contact is the teacher or staff member concerned, if this is not successful or appropriate please contact the team leader or Principal. Again if this is not successful, or appropriate, contact the Board of …
Assembly is held on a Friday at 2.15, parents are invited to attend.
These are compulsory fees and directly relate to expenditure of property and insurance costs of Catholic schools across our Diocese. If you are having difficulty with this fee please make an appointment to see the Principal, as there is a rebate system to assist parents and families with this cost.
Parent Teacher Association
Chairperson: Brenda Gunn Secretary: Lisa Barnett Treasurer: Louise Cowlin
It is important that you keep us advised of any change in your contact details, both home and work.
We have a range of awards that are given out to reward success. We ask you to endorse your child’s school achievements at home.
08.45 am Children in class to prepare for day 08.55 am Classes commence 10.50 am Supervised morning tea 11.00 am Release for interval 11.15 am Classes resume 12.30 pm Lunch break 1.15 pm Return to class 1.20 pm Classes resume 3.00 pm End of day
Our school’s values drive our positive behaviour for learning programme. All expected behaviors are taught in class and the school environment is monitored daily. The data is then collected and any issues are attended to immediately. A number of staff are trained in restorative practices. We have senior pupils trained as peer mediators who assist duty teachers.