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Jo O'Malley

16/09/14

New lunch option

Just in case anyone has forgotten, Beaver’s Tail Social Club offers delicious healthy rolls and sandwiches for our children. Orders must be placed on Monday for Tuesday and on Wednesday for Thursday. Last orders will be received by the office at 3.45pm. You can order online until 5pm. Check out the new menu below (which is […]

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Jo O'Malley

15/09/14

Grandparents and Special Friends Day, 9th October

Even though it is the last week of term we are already thinking about all the exciting things that are happening in Term 4! We are particularly excited about one of our first events, Grandparents and Special Friends Day, that is happening in the first week of Term 4. We hope that all our grandparents (and […]

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Sam Cheshire

15/09/14

Soccer Gala Day

A huge thank you to all the parents assistance at the Soccer Gala Day on Friday the 12th of September. It helped make it a great day for the 5/6s and for all the staff. Cheers, Mr Cheshire

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Jo O'Malley

14/09/14

Chess club for Term 4

As you will have read recently, the SKPS Chess Team is just getting better and better. If you would like to learn more about chess, and maybe even try out to become a member of the team, then download the form and sign up for Term 4 Chess Club! St Kilda PS Term 4 2014

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Jo O'Malley

13/09/14

School website calendar the place to go!

Trying to find out when that next dress up day is? Would like to know when school finishes on Friday (yes term finishes this Friday!) then look no further than our school website calendar. All important community events are here to see at a glance. Click here to have a look. If you sign up […]

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Jo O'Malley

13/09/14

Thinking of things to do over the holidays?

Well, look no further! Click here to see what clubs and activities are active in our area during the holidays. You can also go to the Little Melbourne site to find out about some more activities that are available. Lots of fun things happening at the library too. Click here if you fancy something a little more […]

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Jo O'Malley

11/09/14

Elwood Poetry Competition winners

The Elwood Poetry Competition winners were announced at the Sustainable Schools Festival today, Thursday 11th September. St Kilda Primary School had four entrants who won prizes for their poems on this year’s theme, ‘Earth’. Best Haiku: Robin (Year 6) Best Illustrated: Yuki (Year 3H) Best Primary School poem: Jack R (Year 3RB) Best poem on […]

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Jo O'Malley

11/09/14

Mr T.’s Lunchtime Quiz Club.

Mr T.’s Lunchtime Quiz Club is just the place for you if you think you know a lot of stuff about stuff or you want to test your knowledge against other kids at school? Each week we have a new theme for our quiz so you are always surprised and challenged. From movies to mammals and the […]

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Jo O'Malley

11/09/14

News from Nature Club

I know all the Nature Clubbers have been waiting patiently for this post! Happy reading guys! Last week in Nature Club we learnt all about sea turtles! We learnt that their favourite food is jelly fish, that their brain works like a compass, that they can be as heavy as a car and that they […]

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Jo O'Malley

10/09/14

Student Accident Insurance and Personal Property Information

Dear Parents/Carers, Parents/guardians of students, who do not have student accident insurance, are responsible for paying the cost of medical treatment for injured students, including the cost of ambulance attendance/transport and any other transport costs. If you are interested in purchasing student accident policy/ambulance cover, it is recommended that you seek assistance in this matter […]

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Sue Higgins

10/09/14

Thank you Alex and Christopher!

The generosity and kindness of our children and their families never ceases to amaze me. Last weekend Alex (Year 3) and Christopher (Prep) held a garage sale and donated 50% of money raised to our school.  We are the very grateful recipients of a whopping $108.50! Thank you boys!

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Sue Higgins

10/09/14

FREE IN-HOME TESTING OF YOUR CHILD’S ESTIMATED INTELLIGENCE, MEMORY, SELF-REGULATION AND EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL FUNCTIONING

Research is being conducted through Monash University and the Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre to better understand the processes underlying self-regulation in school-aged children and any links to emotional and behavioural problems. A benefit of your child’s participation is that their general intelligence, memory, as well as their ability to self-regulate and their emotional and behavioural functioning […]

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Jo O'Malley

09/09/14

Kelly Woodford Cup update

The day is nearly here! The team have been working hard to organise the traditional badges, umpires, food and much more. Click here to download a registration form. As part of the day we ensure that everyone has lots of lovely food to eat and drink. There will be pies, dim sims, hot dogs and much […]

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Jo O'Malley

09/09/14

Another new addition to our St Kilda family

Jo Atchison welcomed the beautiful Sam Jonathan to her family at the end of August. We are thrilled that our St Kilda family continues to grow. We wish Jo and her family much happiness and love and we can’t wait until he comes in for a visit very soon.

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Jo O'Malley

05/09/14

The day begins!!!

Everyone is excited and ready to go! Ms Higgins is back and There is a team already at the Recital Centre preparing the cast, doing tech runs, checking makeup and hair and generally doing what amazing actors and production companies do. The famous red door has been transported to the venue this morning. Many thanks to Shane who […]

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Jo O'Malley

04/09/14

Chess glory for St Kilda Primary School

Once again the Check Mates headed off to do battle across the chess boards in search of victory. This time the venue was St Leonards School in Brighton who provided a spacious hall in which to play and, importantly, tea and biscuits for visitors. The team in red consisted of Daniel R, Fergus C, Henry […]

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Jo O'Malley

03/09/14

Father’s Day Breakfast a hit

Janet Craven and Rhonda Glenfield were up and at it early this morning to prepare for our Father’s Day Breakfast. It is always wonderful to see the children laughing and sharing this special time with the men who mean the most to them in their families. Thank you to the team for organising it all, […]

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Jo O'Malley

01/09/14

Camp Australia Holiday Club

We are thrilled to announce that Camp Australia will be running the Holiday Program during the next school holidays. The program will run from 22nd September through to Friday 3rd October. If you are interested in this program and would like to find out more, including booking your child in for sessions, please go to […]

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Jo O'Malley

31/08/14

School Concert this Friday!

Our wonderful concert is on this Friday, 5th September. There are only 100 tickets left for the evening performance but there a large number still available for the matinee. All children will be transported to and from the venue by bus for the matinee so children will be dismissed from school as usual on Friday […]

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Jo O'Malley

31/08/14

Australian Red Cross Cake Sale on Friday

On Friday after assembly a small group of our compassionate Year 6 girls ran a Cake Stall for the Australian Red Cross. It was a huge success with the team raising an outstanding $432 in less than half an hour! Congratulations to Bella, Ashley. Miki, Brier, Danielle, India, Leila, Sunday, Megan and Oriana. The girls are […]

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Jo O'Malley

31/08/14

Poetry Competition Winners

Sorry it’s a bit late but here are the prize winning poems!! St Kilda Poetry Competition 2014 A big congratulations to all of the students who entered the St Kilda and Elwood Poetry Competition, once again I received some fabulous entries! Please have a read of some of the pieces of writing from our budding […]

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skps

31/08/14

Back To The Present Trailer

What a truly exciting time it is! I can’t wait for this time next Friday when our amazing kids grace the stage at the Melbourne Recital Centre stage and perform what is set to be a fantastic show.

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Jo O'Malley

29/08/14

Wondering what extra fun can be had here at school?

We know that lots of our children take part in a huge range of activities outside school, e.g. chess, dancing, basketball and much more. Our lovely staff also run a range of lunchtime clubs that appeal to the many different interests our children: nature lovers to computer programmers of the future. If you would like to find out […]

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Jo O'Malley

29/08/14

Safety at home and school

The safety of our children is one of our top priorities here at school. Their safety is important at school, walking to and from school, playing in public spaces, being on the internet, swimming and playing with their friends. As the days begin to get longer and the weather improves, all of us start to enjoy […]

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Jo O'Malley

29/08/14

Father’s Day breakfast next week

Father’s Day Breakfast  Wednesday 3rd September 8.00 – 9.00am Please come along and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea Shoot a few hoops or kick a footy together. Please contribute to the breakfast with a plate of sweet or savoury fare – Thank You!

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Sam Cheshire

28/08/14

District Athletics Results & Division Information

It was an outstanding effort by all students at the 3SA District Athletics Carnival. 12 students are competing at the Beachside Division Athletics Carnival on September the 10th. A list of the successful students is below. The attachment has the events the students are competing in and below is all the information regarding the Division […]

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Jo O'Malley

28/08/14

Our beautiful new work of art!

I am sure everyone has stopped and been amazed as the beautiful work of art on the end of the Real Life Learning Building has been revealed in front of our eyes. Julian, Paddy’s Dad, who is a highly talented artist, used a drawing by Sweeney in Year 6 to create this spectacular piece of […]

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Jo O'Malley

28/08/14

Dogs in the Yard

Unfortunately over the last few weeks there have been two incidents with dogs in the school yard. Consequently, to ensure the safety of our children, we have had to make the decision that we can no longer allow dogs in the yard or in the classrooms. If you do need to bring your dog to school, […]

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Jo O'Malley

26/08/14

Our first Weird Working Bee was a success!

THANK YOU!!!! What a beautiful afternoon we had for our first after school (also known as weird) working bee! The sun came out and the work began. There was laughter and sweeping and digging and pulling happening around the front of the school as a dedicated team cleared as many weeds and leaves as they could […]

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Jo O'Malley

24/08/14

News about Ms Higgins

Have you noticed something strange about school? Just like in our school concert, Ms Higgins has not been seen around school recently. Luckily we won’t have to travel in time to find her as she has just gone on a short break overseas. She will be back on the 4th September so, in the meantime, […]

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Jo O'Malley

22/08/14

Information regarding measles from Nurse Nicole

You may have heard that there is currently a measles outbreak at Essendon North Primary School. Measles usually begins with common cold symptoms such as fever, sore throat, red eyes and a cough. A rash usually begins 3-7 days after the first symptoms, generally starting on the face and then spreading to the rest of […]

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Jo O'Malley

22/08/14

Enviroweek next week

Amanda Loder, our Sustainability Coordinator,  has signed us all up for some great challenges next week. We will be thinking about how much rubbish we create every week, eating fresh and local food and finally seeing if we can be energy wise for the week. Click on the link to go to our Sustainability  page to […]

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Jo O'Malley

20/08/14

Elwood College needs your help

Rhonda Holt is the Principal of Elwood College and has asked us to support her in completing a survey about what influences parents when choosing a secondary school for their children,. We hope you will take the time to fill in the survey for them. Please read her message below: I would kindly ask parents […]

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Amanda Loder

20/08/14

Enviroweek Events and Fundraiser

Next week is Enviroweek and we are celebrating with a range of challenges for the week. We also have the opportunity to do some more fundraising to help the environment. Just go to http://shoutforgood.com/events/enviroweek/participants/466 and you can donate as much or as little as you wish. We are trying to raise $200. Challenge 1:  Be […]

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Jo O'Malley

18/08/14

Elwood College Masterplan Lobbying Update, August 2014

Thank you to those who have LIKED our Facebook page and signed our petition to the Legislative Assembly to announce funding for our 2010 Masterplan. This Masterplan, for a substantial rebuilding of our school was approved by DEECD and committed to by the ALP prior to the 2010 election. Neither the Liberal Government nor the ALP […]

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Jo O'Malley

18/08/14

Sushi order form for Term 4

Sushi orders for Term 4 are now being taken. Please read the form carefully as there are some changes to the order system. Closing date Wednesday 17th September at 9am   T4_Sushi_SubscriptionForm

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