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Sue Higgins

25/08/17

Strengthening who we are!

Last term Police came to St Kilda Primary and spoke with a number of students and families to find out what was important to them in regard to our community. Other consultation sessions were held within the City of Port Phillip and the City of Stonnington. The police heard from children and families about a few key […]

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Chris Borcek

25/08/17

Book Week!

The highlight of Book Week, other than immersing ourselves in a number of brilliant reading activities, was our Grand Parade! SKPS cherubs, young and not so young, came dressed in the most magnificent outfits, representing their favourite book. Thank you to all parents for putting in the extra effort before sending your treasures off to school!

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Chris Borcek

25/08/17

Cross Age Math Monopoly!

Wow! What a fun and exciting day! The Years 2-6 children had such a blast playing Math Monopoly this afternoon. Whilst half the classes stayed in their classrooms to host games, the other half rolled their way around the Monopoly board visiting every class they landed on. There were a variety of games being hosted […]

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Chris Borcek

25/08/17

Ishigase

Ishigase Elementary School children, parents and staff arrived last Friday and left on Wednesday amongst tears and embraces. Without hesitation, I declare that this has been the most successful program in the history of our partnership. St Kilda Primary and Ishigase Elementary School have maintained an exceptionally strong relationship since 1996. Our partnership has evolved and […]

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Sue Higgins

25/08/17

A Toy for Home!

Dear Parents, More and more ‘Beyblade’ toys are being brought to school. At first they seemed harmless and the children were enjoying playing with them. Unfortunately the models have changed and some are now made with metal sections and are causing concern in the yard. We have had a couple of children injured and so have made […]

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Jo O'Malley

23/08/17

Recycle your toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes!

Year 2 wants you to bring in your old toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes, floss containers and their outer packaging for recycling. Why? Did you know that every year in Australia and New Zealand, over 30 million toothbrushes and 90 million toothpaste tubes are thrown away? This is a massive problem for us because this type of […]

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Chris Borcek

20/08/17

Family Math Night ~ Tue Aug 29th!

Want to learn how to support your child at home in Math? Come along to our Family Math Night next Tuesday 29th August from 4-6pm. Each year level will focus on a specific Mathematical concept and each class will host a fun and exciting game to help your child strengthen their mathematical knowledge and skills! […]

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Sue Higgins

14/08/17

Modular Pumptrack is coming to SKPS!

The Year 4 students and their teachers have focused on active travel this year and have accomplished an enormous amount. They have: collected data on a weekly basis to gauge how students travel to school and have entered the data into HandsUp, a reporting tool from Bicycle Network. Because of their perseverance we are now […]

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Jo O'Malley

07/08/17

St Kilda Primary School Poetry Competition!

To all students! If you are a poet and you know it, or you would just like to give it a go, please read on. Unfortunately the Elwood Poetry Prize is not being run this year but never fear, we at St Kilda Primary School will be running our own competition with the theme:  The […]

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Sue Higgins

05/08/17

Our Beautiful Clare

It is with a very heavy heart that I share with our community the loss of a special friend and staff member, Clare Snowden. Clare passed away peacefully last Sunday after suffering considerable ill health over the past year. Clare started working at our school on the 14th of August 1998 and worked in the main office […]

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