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Sue Higgins

28/07/17

Parent Opinion Survey 2017

WE WANT OUR PARENTS TO TELL US WHAT THEY THINK Our school is conducting a survey to find out how parents feel about our magnificent school. The Parent Opinion Survey is an annual survey offered by the Department of Education and Training and is conducted amongst a sample of randomly selected parents at each school. Please […]

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28/07/17

Melanie – Little Lunch Returns!

‘It was exciting and so much fun seeing Melanie from Little Lunch. She looks so different and we asked her a lot of questions about her career as well as personal questions. We asked her how she got a role in Little Lunch and if she thinks she will be in any other movies or TV shows. She is a […]

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28/07/17

National Tree Day

There is no doubt about it, SKPS can celebrate in style and we certainly have today! It’s National Tree Day and our cherubs certainly look the part. Nature abounds everywhere you look! Children donated a gold coin  and our Nature Clubs treasures counted a staggering $655.25! We promised the children that we would match the amount they raised, […]

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28/07/17

Student Led Conferences

This week Student led Conferences have been held across Years 3 to 6. I have had the very great pleasure of joining some families to listen to the information shared by the children. They shared highlights of Semester 1, spoke enthusiastically about proud moments and shared their knowledge across various curriculum areas. Parents had the opportunity […]

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Sue Higgins

22/07/17

Limited Edition T-Shirts!

No doubt you have heard the news about our limited edition t-shirts! They are flying out the door! They come in sizes to fit the young and not so young (children: sizes 6-14, adults: small to extra large). We only have 220 t-shirts of this style and many have been sold. If you’d like to […]

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22/07/17

Yet Another Magnificent SKPS Treasure!

The children of SKPS are truly incredible. This week I have had the greatest pleasure to read words written by many children. Frankie (Year 6) wrote an outstanding piece that conjured up powerful images. Her word choice was extraordinary. Another example came from Nancy (Year 2) who wrote a letter about reducing waste at our […]

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Sue Higgins

22/07/17

What a Magnificent Week!

Welcome to Term 3 and what a magical term it will be! It was absolutely glorious to see our cherubs back after a lovely break. We have welcomed new  children into our school including 16 Chinese families. Our new Chinese friends have been enrolled under the International Student Program and will be immersing themselves in the Australian […]

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Sue Higgins

30/06/17

Happy Holidays!

Wishing my Darlings (and your parents/guardians) 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 another sensational term. There is not place I’d […]

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30/06/17

Our family has grown … with the arrival of one precious baby!

Congratulations to James Clapham and his partner Frankie who are the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl, Daisy Clementine. Frankie gave birth yesterday and both are doing well. James is besotted! Daisy will have Susie as her lovely furry friend! No doubt, Prep C will meet baby Daisy in the near future!

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30/06/17

Introducing Nurse Kate!

I am thrilled to announce that we now have an additional nurse, Kate Rees, who will work on Mondays and Fridays. Nurse Kate will join Nurse Nicole (Tuesday to Wednesday) and what a magnificent team they will make! Our precious cherubs are so incredibly fortunate to have such skilled and wonderfully caring nurses to care for them. An […]

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