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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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Sue Higgins

11/05/17

Sacred Heart Mission’s Dine With Heart Month in May

DINE WITH HEART MONTH is here and in full swing! This May, Sacred Heart Mission’s Dine with Heart Month is giving you the opportunity to EAT GOOD. DO GOOD. FEEL GOOD. Victoria’s homelessness crisis now affects almost 23,000 people. Throughout this month, participating restaurants, cafes and bars are joining forces with diners to raise money […]

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Sue Higgins

30/04/17

Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting The AGM is an opportunity for School Council and our community to reflect on the year that was and assess the school’s achievements in a range of areas. We will be holding our AGM on Tuesday 16 of May commencing at 6.00pm. It will form part of our School Council meeting. The Annual […]

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Sue Higgins

30/04/17

Stolen Bikes

You may be aware that there has been a number of bikes stolen across the City of Port Phillip and unfortunately we have not gone unscathed! Recently we have had 2 bikes stolen. Both bikes were locked. There is not much more that be done when children take every precaution to keep their bikes safe. If […]

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Sue Higgins

30/04/17

NAPLAN Testing

NAPLAN tests the sorts of skills that are essential for every child to progress through school and life, such as reading, writing, spelling, grammar and numeracy. At the classroom level it is one of a number of  tools used by teachers to gain a snapshot of student understanding. This year NAPLAN tests will be held on 9-11 May […]

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Sue Higgins

30/04/17

First Aid Training

Staff are involved in regular weekly professional development. Throughout the year we have a focus on student wellbeing and this includes training in: first aid, CPR, anaphylaxis, asthma, diabetes and social and emotional wellbeing. Nurse Nicole has her finger on the pulse and ensures all training is undertaken as required. Last week 22 staff undertook First […]

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