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Category: Sue’s News

Yard supervision at SKPS summary

Here is the summary of our SKPS Yard Duty and Supervision Policy. Thank you everyone for taking the time to read the information below.  Before and after school St Kilda Primary School’s grounds are supervised by school staff from 8.45am until 9.00am and from 3.30...
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Funeral details for Cher

Dear SKPS Community, On Monday I posted news of the very sad passing of our dear friend and colleague, Cher Wain. The details regarding the service for Cher are as follows – The service will be held on Tuesday 15 May at 2.30pm at the West Beach Bathers Pavilion,...
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Safety on our roads

Dear Parents, This morning a child was crossing a road on his way to our school when a car ran through red lights. Thankfully he is okay. The child was waiting for the green light and only entered the crossing when it was supposedly safe to do so. This is a good time...
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Our lovely Cher

It is with a very heavy heart that I share with our community the loss of a special friend and staff member, Cher Wain. Cher passed away peacefully on the weekend after suffering considerable ill health over the past two years. Cher was an immensely beautiful person...
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Parents as Classroom Helpers Courses

Thank you to all the parents who attended our Parents as Classroom Helpers courses over the past 2 weeks. It was wonderful to see so many eager parents willing to volunteer their time and help out in the classrooms. The focus of the Parents as Literacy Helpers course...
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Japan Tour 2018

Thank you for the most wonderful welcome back to school! The number of interested children and parents in our recent tour to Japan has been staggering and heart-warming! We had the most successful tour. It was perfect from the moment we met the children at...
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$5.46 million!!!!!!!!!!

Along with the wider school community, School Council was extremely excited to receive news this week that the State Government will invest $5.46 million in upgrade works at St Kilda Primary School. This money is contained in the FY2019 State Budget. This funding...
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