We value positive relationships with parents and carers to help develop better social and emotional skills in children. We know that when children are engaged with their learning, they attend school more regularly, leading to better long term outcomes.
Children love to see their parents involved at the school. Parent involvement contributes to the building of school community, and helps to create a happy learning environment for our children.
Ways you can help your child
- reading to and with children
- monitoring and helping with computer work
- supervising and encouraging homework
- responding to surveys.
- helping to supervise on excursions
- covering library books, sorting and shelving books
- attending class and school events
- parent tutors and helpers in classrooms
- sharing expertise or knowledge in class eg – talking to a class about your job.
- participation in Parent Committees for fundraising and social events
- participation in Principal Advisory committees for enrolments, finance, School Councils, policy
development and appropriate school based consultation
- welcoming new parents
- parent/teacher communication: interviews, student reporting.
Every small amount of involvement helps to build a positive and cohesive school community.
- 8.20am – Playground supervision commences
- 8.50am – Assembly bell – children line up on playground
- 10.50am – 11.20am – lunch
- 1.20pm – 1.50pm – recess
- 3.00pm – Dismissal bell