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Sue Higgins

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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Sue Higgins

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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Sue Higgins

30/06/17

Basketball Champions!

Our Grade 5 Girls’ Basketball team – the St Kilda Sendas – were the premiers for their division competition! This is a particularly sweet victory for them as none of them had had any prior training or knowledge of the game before they begun training last year. (They began the team because the girls enjoyed the […]

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Sue Higgins

29/06/17

A Word from Your President!

Welcome to the June edition of the School Council Report. Your School Council works hard on your behalf to ensure that our school has the right governance structures in place for today and the right strategies and plans for tomorrow. You Council comprises representatives from SKPS as well as parent and community representatives. In 2017, the […]

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Sue Higgins

22/06/17

Milo and Bernie – Our Champions!

It all began when … Year 2 students went to Elwood Beach with Beach Patrol and picked up a lot of rubbish. Afterwards in Art we used the rubbish to make sea creatures. People who were organising the ‘Creatures of the Bay’ exhibition came to school to pick up all of our creatures. The creatures were […]

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Sue Higgins

18/06/17

Enrolments for 2018

Dear Parents/Carers, It quite unbelievable to think that already we are asking for enrolment forms for 2018 Preps to be handed into the office. I feel that our 2017 Preps have only just commenced! We have received many enrolment forms, however we are aware that we have some siblings who have not yet been enrolled. You can collect a  […]

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Sue Higgins

18/06/17

ReSolve Project

I am thrilled to say that SKPS is part of a Deakin University project researching the most effective ways to teach the proficiencies of problem solving and reasoning, which are fundamental to learning mathematics and working mathematically, and are applied across all three strands Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. Eight teachers […]

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Chris Borcek

16/06/17

Creatures of the Bay Exhibition

St Kilda Primary School and four other schools have worked together to create a marine environment from plastic litter for an exhibition at Gasworks, Albert Part. Our Year 2s collected single-use plastic items form Elwood beach and created two impressive art pieces together with Ms Loder to raise awareness of the detrimental impact plastic pollution […]

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Sue Higgins

11/06/17

You still have Time!

Dear Parents, It is nearly 30 June! We all know that that means. Yes, you still have enough time to dig deep and contribute to our TAX DEDUCTIBLE funds. Choose from our Library Fund or our Building Fund. We are eager to boost both of these areas and you are no doubt keen to contribute. […]

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Sue Higgins

11/06/17

Oiling begins!

Gene Blackly and Susan Youngblood returned last weekend for an additional 3 hours to finish cleaning the deck. This followed the working bee the previous weekend. They also oiled to deck along the side of the Sakura Centre (next to the junior playground). A mammoth effort by the two (and some more during the working bee). […]

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