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Sue Higgins

31/05/17

PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

The Bicycle Hospital started as two Dad’s repairing bikes under a tree at their kids’ local school to ensure every kid has access to a working bike so they can ride regularly. Two and a half years later Dr Cranky has helped repair and give away over 230 bikes from the Flemington Primary School Bicycle Hospital and has expanded to […]

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Sue Higgins

30/05/17

Our Newest and Most Gorgeous Staff Member – Susie!

It is with great excitement that I write to inform you of the imminent arrival of a new member of staff. Her loving, gentle nature, happy disposition, youthful exuberance and natural affinity with people will be a wonderful addition to our school community. She will be working primarily with the students in Prep C, however […]

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Sue Higgins

28/05/17

Too early to school

Dear Parents, We would greatly appreciate your support in ensuring your child comes to school at the appropriate time, which is 8.45am. We have had several children being dropped off, or coming to school too early. It is cold, often wet and quite dark when some children are arriving at school. There is no one in the yard […]

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Sue Higgins

28/05/17

WOW – What a Super Working Bee!

Today we had an incredible Working Bee with many of our Year 2 families participating. We were also fortunate to have numerous other families pitching in! The sense of community put a smile on the faces of everyone! An enormous THANK YOU to all who came along to help spruce up our school. We had preschoolers through […]

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Sue Higgins

26/05/17

PWS Day at SKPS!

Today at SKPS we celebrated PWS Day. On this day all students dressed in orange as this is the colour that represents Jamal and all others who have Prader Willi Syndrome. After snack we all gathered on the oval and held an amazing disco! All the students danced their hearts our with pride and enthusiasm. […]

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Sue Higgins

21/05/17

‘Little Gourmet’ Is Coming!

Many will remember the scrumptious taste of Helene’s brioches, cookies, cakes, breads …! The wonderful news is – Helene is back and starting this week she will be arriving afterschool with a selection of mouth-watering afternoon tea delights! SKPS is offering a range of after school treats, as children are often hungry after a long day. By […]

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Sue Higgins

13/05/17

Happy Mothers’ Day to All Our Precious Mums and Special Carers!

Wishing every one of our precious Mums and carers the most wonderful Mothers’ Day on Sunday. Enjoy a delightful breakfast in bed and being pampered by your treasures! Thank you to Janet Craven, Rhonda Glenfield, Rebecca McCauley and Katherine Reade who organised and ran our Mothers’ Day stall on Thursday and Friday. Every child took home […]

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Sue Higgins

12/05/17

Parents as Tutors – Literacy and Numeracy P-2

Recently we held the ‘Parents as Tutors – Literacy and Numeracy P-2’ course. This course provides insight into the way we teach and why, and gives practical activities, games and strategies to support children’s learning at home. There was an excellent turnout with all parents highly engaged, asking questions, discussing things that work for them, […]

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Sue Higgins

11/05/17

Brilliant Signage!

An ENORMOUS THANK YOU to David Baker and David Shaddock who designed and printed our new school map, that stands proudly in the garden outside the Sakura Centre. It looks terrific and will help guide our community to where they want to be in our school!    

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Sue Higgins

11/05/17

Partnership of the Year Award

St Kilda Primary School and Launch Housing have been awarded ‘Partnership of the Year’  through Inner Eastern Local Learning and Employment Network (IELLEN) for the work we do in regard to the Education Pathways Short Term Enrolment Program (STEP Program).   At St Kilda Primary School, we have a fundamental belief in the potential of every child, […]

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