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Date:

13/11/15

Travelling safely to school and being safe at school.

    This week we had a visitor from the CoPP talking to everyone about how we can travel safely in a sustainable way to school. It was good to be reminded about the importance of active travel, both for our health and our environment. Next year the Year 4 children are going to help […]

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Date:

05/11/15

Uniforms and how to pay at school

This week we talked about how you can pay for book packs, excursions, swimming etc at school. There was also an opportunity to look at some sample uniforms from A Plus Uniforms and place an order. Don’t worry if you missed out as Marita will be back again next week. If you would like to […]

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Date:

05/11/15

Food!

Last week, at our third Prep Parent Transition session, we shared some of our tips and ideas about the different types of food, lunch boxes and what is ‘just the right amount’ of food to send to school.   Our school aims to be a nut-free school. We do have a number of children at school […]

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Date:

01/11/15

Community!

Last week our wonderful Ms Higgins and myself talked to everyone about our very special St Kilda community. Each and every person at SKPS works together to create a school where our children feel happy and safe. The children are at the centre of everything we do. Sue talked about the many ways that you can contribute to […]

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Date:

16/10/15

What a great beginning!

We had a very exciting day yesterday as we met our lovely Prep 2017 children and their parents! We got off to a very smooth start, with each child finding their name tag, the coloured balloon and their classroom for the day. It was fantastic to see the new Preps find something in the classrooms […]

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Date:

07/10/15

Getting Ready for School with Kathy Walker

Last night our special guest, Kathy Walker spoke to many of our lovely parents (some old and some new) about what you can do to help your child get ready for school. It was a highly informative session and as always, her advice was practical and thoughtful. Some of her tips included: Let you child wear their […]

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