生活のための学習

Author: Sue Higgins

Happy Holidays!

Wishing my Darlings (and your parents/carers) a wonderful holiday. Enjoy whatever you do, laugh a lot, share experiences and have fun. If you are staying at home, it will be wonderful snuggling up and staying warm. If you travel, take care and keep safe. Thank you for...
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Ishigase Returns!

Our friends from our Sister School in Japan, Ishigase Elementary School, will be arriving in Melbourne in mid-August. Our sister school relationship is highly valued and enriches the lives of so many children and their families, both in St Kilda and Japan. Greg Shew...
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Year 3 – Environmental Champions

The Year 3 children opened their classrooms to share their tremendous work about environmental issues. They have been busily working on raising awareness and designing solutions to environmental issues and  were keen to share it with as many people as possible! They...
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Parents as Literacy Helpers: Prep-2

Mollie Buxton and James Clapham ran a scintillating Parents as Literacy Helpers course. The parents who attended were a highly engaged group – questioning, discussing and supporting each other to deepen their knowledge around how children learn to read and write, and...
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Parent Numeracy Course

Last Friday we held our annual Parents as Helpers Numeracy course which was run by Chris Borcek and Katie Ahearn. The morning workshop covered the role of Parent Helpers in the classroom at SKPS and the immense value that they add to the lives of our students, as well...
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2020 Enrolments and our New School Zone

St Kilda Primary School Zone The Department now uses the term ‘school zone’ to refer to what was previously referred to as our designated neighbourhood boundary. All mainstream government schools have a zone which will be operational from the 2020 school year. The...
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Child Safety

Dear Parents/Carers, Children have the right to feel safe in their school, both in the classroom and the yard. This is their basic right and we have the responsibility to ensure their safety. If you have any concerns regarding a child (that does not belong to you),...
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