Dear parents and carers,
Welcome back students and families!
It’s been a positive start and staff and students have returned with a renewed sense of enthusiasm and excitement for what will be an eventful and busy term.
Staff and Allied Health have been working on assessments which will inform teachers and assist in developing targeted learning goals for our students. We have been surprised how despite the interruptions our students have encountered this year, many have made some significant progress in their learning.
On Thursday afternoon, teachers have met to discuss, improve and further develop how we assess our students in literacy. This important skill is central to all aspects of life and we aspire all our students to become the best readers they can be.
Here are some important tips to help your child develop an interest in reading:
Have a great weekend,
The goal is to raise awareness of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and to celebrate the many different ways people communicate instead of or as well as talking.
Examples of AAC at our school include:
Here are just a few of our AAC users in action and 10 things you may not know about AAC!
Please click here for more information and photos
Bass Coast Shire Council & GippSport have partnered to offer FREE after school sports programs to children aged between 7-14 to help kids re-engage with local sport & the community.
9th NOVEMBER – AUSSIE RULES FOOTBALL
16th NOVEMBER – TENNIS
23rd NOVEMBER – CRICKET
All sessions: 4:00 PM till 5:15 PM
All sessions are based at Wonthaggi Rec Reserve. Due to COVID-19 restrictions all sessions are capped at a maximum of 30 participants and all participants must pre register using the link below.
3. A child MUST stay at home until they are symptom free, even if their coronavirus (COVID-19) test is negative
If a person has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) they must isolate until they receive clearance from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Thank you for your continued support, together we can all stay safe.