Ormond Primary School

30 August 2017
Issue Fifteen
School Dates
Principal's Report
School News
Global Citizen Awards
Ormond Primary School
03 9578 1327
Wheatley Rd
Ormond, Vic, 3204

School Dates

Dates to Remember


Thursday 31st - Smart Start incursio Prep-Yr 2



Friday 1st - Footy Colours Day

                      -  Smart Start Incursion prep-Yr2

Monday 4th  -  District Athletics TBC

Tuesday 5th -  Father's Day Breakfast

                              -  P&F Meeting 

Tuesday 12th  - Yr 3 Geograpghy Expo TBC  

                                 - Ed Sub Committee 6:30pm

Wednesday 13th - Student Led Conferences

Thursday 14th  -  Yr 1 & 2 Concert 6:30pm

Friday 15th  -  Korean Cooking

                                (Years 4A, 4C, 1A, 1B, 3A)

Monday 18th  -  Korean Cooking

                                    (Years 2B, PA, PB, 2A)

Tuesday 19th  -  'Pirate Day' gold coin donation

                                   -  Prep excursion

Thursday 21st  -  Yr 6 Braeside Park Ride

                                  - Yr 3 Excursion TBC

                                   - Korean Cooking

                                      (Years PC, 4B, 3C, 3B, 1C)

Wednesday 20th  -  School Council 7:00pm

Friday 22nd  -  Term 3 Ends: 2:30pm Dismissal



Monday 9th - Term 4 begins

Tuesday 10th  -  Korean Cooking (Year 6A, 6B)

Thursday 12th - Korean Cooking (Year 5A, 5B)

Tuesday 24th - Ed Sub Committee 6:30pm

Wednesday 25th - Yr 5 Sovereign Hill

                                        - School Council 7:00pm




Wednesday 1st - Yr 4 Camp Info night 6:00pm

Thursday 2nd - Prep Concert 6:00pm

Monday 6th - Curriculum Day - no school

Tuesday 7th - Public Holiday

Thursday 9th - Ed Sub Committee 6:30pm

Monday 13th - Yr 4 Camp Depart 8:45am

Wednesday 15th - Yr 4 Camp ETA 3:15pm 

                                - School Council  7:00pm

Friday 17th - Prep Orientation 2:00-3:00pm

2017 Term Dates


31st January to 31st March - 2:30pm finish


18th April to 30th June - 2:30pm finish


17th July to 22nd September - 2:30pm finish


9th October to 22nd December-1:30pm finish

2017 Curriculum Days

  • Monday 30th of January
  • Monday 24th of April
  • Friday 2nd of June
  • Monday 6th of November

Students are not required to attend school on these days. The Out of School Hours Care Program will be available, please contact April  on 03 9578 5826 to discuss boookings.

2017 School Council Meeting

  • Wednesday 20th September 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 25th October 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 15th November 7:00pm
  • December meeting TBC

2017 Education Sub-Committee Meetings

  • Tuesday September 12th 6:30pm
  • Tuesday October 24th 6:30pm
  • Thursday November 9th 6:30pm

2017 Public Holidays

  • Friday 29th September - AFL Grand Final Friday
  • Tuesday 7th November - Melbourne Cup Day
  • Monday 25th December - Christmas Day

Prep 2018 Enrolment School Tours

School Tours are conducted on a regular basis by the Principal. Tours begin at 9:30am and last approximately one hour. The upcoming tour dates for 2017 are:  

  • Monday 4th of September
  • Monday 16th of October  
  • Friday 10th of November

Enrolment Packs for 2018 are available from the School Office.

Foundation (Prep) Orientaion Program 2017/2018

Friday  17th November 2017 - 2:00 – 3:00pm

  •  Parent Information Session in Hall
  •  Literacy & Craft Activities

Friday 24th November 2017 2:00 – 3:00pm

  • Literacy & Craft Activities

Friday 1st December 2017 -  2:00 – 3:00pm

  • Tabloid Sports.

** Please remember to wear a hat and put on your sunscreen. Please ensure children have eaten their lunch/snack prior to coming to all orientation sessions as there will be no opportunity to eat during the scheduled activities.**


Tuesday 12th December 2017 - 11:30am – 1:00pm

  • Classroom Orientation. Children are required to bring their lunch on this day.


2018 Term Dates


30th January to 29th March


16th April to 29th June


16th July to 21st September


8th October to 21st December

School Office Hours

Monday to Friday

8:15am to 4:15pm 

Ph: 03 9578 1327                

Fax: 03 9578 4540

Our Vision

We believe:

  • All children should be stimulated, engaged, challenged and supported in their learning.
  • The school environment must have a safe and nurturing quality which allows all children the opportunity to learn.
  • The school community promotes and values diversity in interests, beliefs and perspectives.             
  • Students can be effective global citizens with a sense of belonging and responsibility to our world.

Our Values


  • Treating one another with consideration and courtesy
  • For self and others
  • For property and the environment


  • Displaying fairness in our words and actions
  • Accepting of other people’s beliefs
  • Accepying of other people’s differences
  • Accepting of other people’s perspectives


  • Gaining knowledge and skills through educational experiences
  • Seeking knowledge through study and investigation
  • Displaying a positive aƫtude towards learning
  • Utilise critical and strategic thinking


  • Never give up
  • Remain committed to achieving our goals
  • Excellence
  • Take pride in what we do
  •  Strive to always do our best

The Ormond Team

Acting Principal

Natalie Rose

Assistant Principal 

Lorrie Dell


Natalie Rose

Lorrie Dell

Sally Berryman

Felicity Hall-Shulman

Lorraine Bell


Helene Ioannou 

Jacinda Hocking

Stephanie Halliday

Year 1 

Joshua Hewett

Paul Bratt

Andrea Durward

Year 2 

Sally Berryman - Foundation to  Year 2 Team Leader

Effie Liarakos

Year 3 

Joshua Kamoen

Jade Lipson

Julie Nield

Year 4

Lorraine Bell - Year 3-4 Team Leader

Gregg Workman

Margot Hudson

Year 5 

Felicity Hall-Shulman - Year 5-6 Team Leader

Siobhan Hosking

Year 6 - Level 4

Sandra Johnson

Chris Cheverton

Specialist Teachers

Michael Pannam - PE/Sport

Helen Kupfer - Visual Arts

Kim Stewart - ICT

Anna Park - Korean Language

Welfare/Education Support

Lorrie Dell - Wellbeing & Welfare Coordinator

Michelle De Silva

Sue Rimmer

Belinda Van Kessel

Lina Sidiropoulos

Bianca Borsi

Amanda Davis


Jan Cassidy - Business Manager

Brodie Thomson - Communications

Out of School Hours Care

April Kopitz - Program Coordinator 

Sharelle Davis - Assistant Coordinator

Tristan Kopitz



Principal's Report

From the Principal...

Thank you for welcoming me to OPS

Thank you to all students, staff and parents for graciously welcoming me to the Ormond Primary School Community. On Monday I was taken on a special tour by our School Captains Nathan and Sarah. I was most impressed when all students greeted me with such warmth, enthusiasm and sheer confidence, introducing themselves and reflecting on what makes Ormond so special to each and every one of our students. The manner in which our students represented Ormond is a real credit to all of our community. I look forward to working with all members of our school community and getting to know everyone in the near future. If you happen to see me out in the yard, please come over and introduce yourself. I would also like to acknowledge Ms. Lorrie Dell our Assistant Principal and members of the Leadership Team, who supported the school during this transition period.


Athletics Carnival

On Tuesday we were very fortunate with the weather, as we headed down to Duncan Mackinnon Reserve for our annual Athletics Carnival. The atmosphere was of sheer excitement and competition, but always in the spirit of good sportsmanship. Students competed in relay racing, various sprints, shot put, long jump and high jump, including a range of novelty events for our junior school students.


Many of our students from Year 3-6 will represent Ormond at the District Competitions on Monday 4th September. We thank Melissa Kah, Michael Pannam and Julie Nield for organising the carnival and all the staff and parents who assisted on the day. Each house competed in true spirit and we cannot wait to announce the winning house.


Parent Opinion Survey

Thank you to all the randomly selected families who completed the departments Parent Opinion Survey. It is designed to assist our school in gaining parent perceptions on school climate, student engagement, and relationships with our parent community. Parent feedback is extremely important to us, so please use this as an opportunity to share your thoughts. Our school will use the survey results to help inform and direct future school planning and improvement strategies. The survey has been extended to Sunday the 3rd September. The online survey is available in many language and all responses are anonymous.


Planning & Preperation for 2018 Homegroups

There are many important factors to consider when planning our classes/home groups for 2018. We are looking at the number of enrolments per year level, staffing requirements and parental input into this process. We would like to provide all parents the opportunity to inform the school, if your child has specific learning or social and emotional needs that need to be considered in the planning phase. This afternoon all families will  received a Compass notification outlining the processes for parental input.


2018 Enrolments

Any families with children due to commence school in 2018 who have not yet enrolled, could you please collect an enrolment form from Brodie in the office as soon as possible so planning may begin.


We also ask that if you know that your child/children will not be returning to OPS in 2018 to please inform the Office in writingat your earliest convenience.


Parents & Friends Trivia Night

Thank you to the Trivia Night organising committee - Cathy Bushrod,  Emily Armstrong, Tania Cumming, Liz Lai and Felicity McLaughlin. Reports from all parents indicate it was a fantastic night of entertainment.


SchoolMate App

SchoolMate is an app for Victorian parents to help them understand what their children are learning and to get more involved in their education. SchoolMate shows parents a snapshot of what their children are learning in each subject, at each year level according to the Victorian Curriculum. It provides tips for parents about what they can do at home to help their child’s learning suggests related apps, books, events and activities relevant to each subject area. You can download for free from the App Store and Google Play by searching for ‘SchoolMate’.


Korean Visitors

Last Friday Professor Gyeong-Yeon Ku from Daegu University and Supervisor Yeoung sun Gong of the Daegu Education Department came and visited our school and Korean program.


Professor Ku was instrumental in establishing the Global Linking Youth Through Net Connections (LYNCS) project which our Year 6 students are involved in. We currently have two primary schools in South Korea where our students engage in authentic learning opportunities that promote multicultural curriculum. Professor Ku and Supervisor Gong spoke with our Year 6 students about the successes of the program and filmed a lesson which will be streamed to our partner schools.


Student Led Conferences

Student led conferences will be taking place on Wednesday 13th September for all Prep to 6 students.  These conferences are an opportunity for your son or daughter to share their learning with you, for you to set goals together and allow you to see the process of learning, as well as the final product.

The conferences will be scheduled in 15 minute blocks and several conferences will take place in the classroom at the same time.  The classroom teacher will be available if the students need any assistance.


Your Role in the Student led Conferences

During the student led conference, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, but please try to allow your child to lead the conversation – explaining why they have selected certain pieces and how they demonstrate skills, knowledge or conceptual understanding. 


Attached below is your booking form to be competed and returned to your child's teacher by Monday 4th September. Please make every effort to be part of this conference and note that we request siblings do not attend, so that your focus is on your child leading the conference with no distractions.


We are sure that student led conferences will be extremely successful and a great opportunity to share in your child’s learning.          


Have a wonderful fortnight and we hope to see you at our next assembly to announce our Global Citizen Awards!


Natalie Rose                                  Lorrie Dell

Acting Principal                         Assistant Principal   

School News

Events on Compass awaiting Approval

Year 4

Year 4 Camp - Consent/Deposit by 15th September

Year 5

Sovereign Hill - by 13th October

Year 6

Braeside Park Bike Ride - by 14th September

Selected Students

District Athletics - by Friday 1st September

Coming Soon

Botanical Gardens - Prep 

Korean Cooking - Whole School


COMPASS Parent Portal


*Please note that once the 'due by' date has passed the online consent function is no longer available. Please contact the office for further information.


Library news

Book Week Celebrations

A great effort by all students and staff with their very creative costumes. The parade was a great way to showcase everyone's fabulous designs.

Scholastic Book Club - Term 3

Scholastic Book Club order forms/catalogues will be coming home this week for students to order books.  Please remember that all payments for the book club are to be made on-line or direct with Scholastic Australia - payment option details are the forms.

Ormond Primary are longer able to accept any payments.


Student Representative Council - 'Talk Like a Pirate Day'

Ever wondered what it’s like to be a pirate? On 19th of September the SRC is holding a gold coin donation fundraiser where we encourage you to dress as a pirate!

The money we raise will help the Environment Captains with the garden for purchasing items such as seeds and tools. Our goal is $384. You don't need to come in full costume if you don’t have one. You can wear an eye patch or a bandana.

Please don’t go and buy anything, be creative and make something or wear an item that you already have at home. No coloured hair spray or face paint please.


Thank you, 


Year 1 & 2 News

Year 1/2 Concert - “The Day the Crayons Quit” - Thursday 14th September

The Year 1/2 concert will be held on Thursday 14th September in the School Hall. It will begin at 6:30pm and end at approximately 7:15pm. We ask that the children arrive at 6:20pm dressed in their class colour, ready to line up in their starting positions.

Clothing colours: 

  • 1A  - Blue  
  • 1B  -  Black  
  • 1C  -  Red  
  • 2A  -  Yellow  
  • 2B  -  Green

It would be fantastic if children could dress as much as possible in their class colour. Girls may also wear dresses/skirts in their colour.


Full Dress Rehearsal – Wednesday 13th September

On Wednesday 13th September there will be a full dress rehearsal in the School Hall starting at 2:00pm and ending at approximately 2:45pm. Please send your child’s named coloured clothes to school on this day in a named plastic bag to be changed into at lunch time ready for the rehearsal. All classes will be invited to watch and all parents/grandparents that are not able to make it to the Thursday night performance are invited to come along to see the performance at this time so you don’t miss out. We look forward to entertaining you!

Year 3 News...

Year 3 Camp 

On the 17th of August, the Year 3 students set of for their first ever school camp at the Briars in Mt. Martha. The students were filled with excitement and anticipation as for some of them, this was their first ever camping experience.


The Briars put on a fantastic camp for us with activities such as the Flying Fox, Hut Building, Teddy Bear Rescue, Low Ropes Course and Damper Making. Dinner was delicious with chicken schnitzel, ice-cream and jelly. The kids were then treated to a guest DJ for the Disco.


The students had an enjoyable time and they are looking forward to next years camp. A big thank you to all the staff that helped, particularly Julie Nield and Josh Kamoen who spent countless hours ensuring that the camp ran smoothly.


Geography 'Expo': Australia and Its Neighbours

On Tuesday 12th September, Year 3 students will be showcasing their Geography investigations on one of Australia's neighbours. Parents and friends will have the opportunity to visit New Zealand, Indonesia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Timor Leste and a range of Pacific Islands all without leaving Ormond! Students have been working hard on their inquiries into the diverse characteristics of each country in the region; the culture, languages, climate, environment, traditions and lifestyles of Australia's closest neighbours. Perhaps you may even sample a tasty treat from that country! Parents and friends are welcome in the Year 3 classrooms from 2.30-3.15pm on the 12th. The students can't wait to share their work with you at their 'Expo'! See you there!

Year 4 News

Year 4 Camp - Lady Northcote

Lady Northcote Camp is an Outdoor Education program that supports group participation and co-operation. Activities include the Giant Swing, Archery, Canoeing, Raft Building, Low Ropes and Flying Fox. All activities are taken by fully qualified YMCA and Ormond Primary Staff. 


Further details were released via Compass last week. Parents are required to give consent in Events and return the Medical Form by September 15th. A Parent Information Booklet was also emailed to all Year 4 Parents. There will be a Parent Information evening for camp on Wednesday 1st November at 6:00pm in 4A's classroom. 


Payment can be made via Course Confirmation/School Payments on your Compass Parent Portal. Payment Plans are available by selecting the 'Pay by Instalments' option. Full payment, or the first instalment is required by 15th September to secure your child's place on camp. 


If you have any questions regarding payments or Compass processes please contact the office on 9578 1327.



Inquiry Units - Term3 

Year 4 have been studying rainforests and investigating the different layers of the rainforest and the effect it has on certain species. 

"Year 4 grew lentil sprouts. We grew them for 10days. Some peoples were green, some turned yellow. I think that’s because some had less sun."  - Sacha  4B

"This is my bean experiment where we had to get into groups and experiemnet and see if the canopy had an affect on the growth of the beans. We measured it for 10 days and the outcome was that it had more growth without the canaopy." -  Shauna  4B


Sport News

Whole School Athletics

A terrific day was had by all at Duncan McKinnon Athletics Reserve for the Ormond P.S. House Athletics Carnival.  Thanks to Mrs Kah for all her hard work and to the entire staff for their great efforts in making the day a success.  Well done to all the students for their fantastic competitive and sportsmanship efforts.


Year 6 Braeside Park Ride

Just a reminder for the Year 6 Braeside Ride Day.  Please have all bikes at school before 8.45 so we can load up the bikes and be on our way on time.  Students are required to bring a small back pack with snack, sunscreen and plenty of drink.  Parents are most welcome to come and join the ride but must find their own way to the park.  All bikes should be in roadworthy conditions and helmets should be adjusted for a snug fit.  Please let your child’s classroom teacher know if you intend to join the day.


Michael Pannam  

 Sports Coordinator

Out Of School Hours News

OSHC Important Dates to Remember

  • Monday 11th September  -  Pre End of Term Fees will be available to pick up from program and must be paid by the last day of Term 3 to secure your spot for Term 4.
  • Friday 22nd September -  Last Day of Term 3. Last day for Holiday Program and Pre -End of Term Fees will be accepted. Payment is required to secure your child’s place in the program.

Spring School Holiday Program

Bookings for the Spring School Holiday Program are now open. Confirmation Booking Forms and the activity schedule are attached below or from the Out of School Hours Program. They will also be sent out on Compass . 

 Bookings close Wednesday 20th September unless fully booked prior. 

End of Term Fees  

The invoices will be posted to families the first week of the holidays. This includes the attendance of your child for the last 2 weeks of Term 3. Payment will be required by the end first week of Term 4.


After School Care Activities

Thursday 31st Aug                  Father’s Day Crafts  

Friday 1st September            Father’s Day Crafts   

Monday 4th                                 Pet Rocks

Tuesday 5th                                 Catching Fish Game

Wednesday 6th                         Wind pipes

Thursday 7th                              Bookmark buddies

Friday 8th                                     Sponge art

Monday 11th                              Flower Crown

Tuesday 12th                              Marionette Birds

Wednesday 13th                      Cooking


Sharelle Davis

Acting Coordinator

Out of School Hours Program


Trivia Night

A big thank you to all of the following business’ and families who generously donated for our auction:

  • Black Rock Cellars – Surman family
  • Hair Body & Soul – Gannon family
  • Melbourne Table and Chair Hire - Guss family
  • The Campbell family
  • Nick Staikos – State MP for Bentleigh
  • Aurora Spa – Longman family
  • Melbourne’s Leading Nanny Agency
  • Jeffreys Books
  • Beauty Basics                                            
  • La Boheme Nails                                 
  • Lemon Blossom Boutique                             
  • Bunnings Moorabin                                     
  • Ing Homewares                                          
  • The Party Shop                                          
  • Hendricks Burgers                                             
  • Mr Brightside
  • Hotlocks                                            
  • The Lampist

Father’s Day Breakfast 2017

Tuesday 5th September in the OPS Hall 7.30 – 8.45am

Kids come celebrate Father’s Day at school with your Dad or other special male friend. Everyone’s favourite Pancakes are on the menu again, yes we will be serving pancakes, fruit, toppings, ice cream,  juice, tea and coffee from  a coffee van for the ‘real’ coffee drinkers.



$19 for a dad with 1 child

$26 for dad with 2 children

$34 for a dad with 3 children

$43.00 for a dad with 4 children

(Additional charge for coffee van - paid directly on day)


Please make your bookings via the Trybooking website by. You can book, pay and print your own tickets.  Please nominate your sitting time as we will be running 2 sessions to manage congestion:

Session 1:   7:30 – 8am

Session 2:   8 - 8.30am

Click here to make your booking: https://www.trybooking.com/RDYK

Bookings close on Friday 1st September so book now.


Entertainment Book:

Ormond Primary School is again this year selling the Entertainment Book. Money from every book purchased goes back to the school. The book has hundreds of offers in it for everything you love to do.

You can purchase a hard copy of the book from the office, or purchase a Digital version through the App store or Google Play


Contact Details:

If you are not receiving emails from P&F and would like to be added to the list, please email your details including child’s name/s and grade/s to [email protected]


Community News & Adverts



Global Citizen Awards

Global Citizen Award Certificates will be presented at assembly on...

Monday 4th September 9:00am 


Sophie A  -  Persistence

Sophie always persists with all her learning and tries hard to ensure that all her work is completed beautifully and on time. Well done Sophie.

Teo C  -  Respect

Teo works well with other students in the class and is supportive of his peers. Keep up the great work, Teo.

Katy Z  -  Excellence

Katy is a keen learner and focuses in all learning tasks.With this her writing has seen an amazing improvement. Fantastic effort.

Isaac L  -  Quality Learning

Isaac loves to learn new skills. He always responds well to each new skill taught, applies quickly and is reflective on his learning. Well done!

Mia N  -  Quality Learning

Mia works hard on all learning tasks striving to improve her understanding  and producing work of an excellent standard.Congratulations, Mia!

Edward H  -  Quality Learning

Edward has worked hard on his writing skills and has shown amazing improvement. Keep up the great work!

Year 1

June D  -  Excellence

June is displaying a greater pride in her writing. Her Diary Writing recounts show great detail and consistently applies full stops and capital letters. Well done June!

Wesley R  -  Excellence

Wesley has shown a great improvement in his narrative writing. Wesley has been putting in lots of effort and he is producing high quality work. Well done Wesley!

Arjun G  -  Acceptance

Arjun continues to show patience and maturity when others around him lose their cool. Thank you, Arjun!

Nikhita B  -  Excellence

Nikhita has improved her reading and writing skills a lot this term because of her hard work and self motivation! Good for you, Nikhita!

Ben S  -  Quality Learning

For working hard on your goals in Writing. Keep up the great work Ben!

Emily C  -  Acceptance

For being caring, accepting and supportive of everyone in your class. Great work Emily.

Year 2

Luca L  -  Excellence

Luca has been learning cello for three years. He confidently played songs and entertained  the class. Keep up the hard work Luca.

Rebekah M  -  Quality learning

Rebekah has displayed a positive attitude towards spelling and has made vast improvement.

Emily F  -  Persistence

Emily has demonstrated persistence in completing more challenging tasks and to an excellent standard.

James R  -  Persistence

James has been concentrating to learn the dance moves for his concert. Well done James.

Year 3

William N  -  Persistence

William overcame his initial concerns of camp by showing resilience and participating in all activities to the best of his abilities. Great effort Will!  

Ari LM  -  Respect

Ari showed fantastic manners to his peers and teachers by being helpful and always keeping a smile on his face. Well done Ari!

Ryan L  -  Excellence

Ryan is taking greater pride during Literacy sessions. His narrative writing piece for his learning journal was of an exceptional level and he should be proud of how far he has come. Well done!

Jack C  -  Persistence

Jack is becoming more confident during Literacy sessions. He is sounding out his words and is beginning to spell unfamiliar words correctly. A great effort!

Bessie M  -  Persistence

Bessie, you demonstrated great persistence on camp during all the activities but particularly during hut building. I am so proud of your resilience,  bouncing back against difficulties.

Keenan B  -  Acceptance

Keenan, your attitude on camp was inspiring as you kept an open and positive mind at all times and motivated and directed others to achieve success too.

Year 4

Lulu L  -  Acceptance

Congratulations Lulu, on being a great team member who displayed patience and guidance when assisting others to film their Rainforest News Broadcast.

Thomas W  -  Excellence

Congratulations Thomas, on showing mature leadership skills when guiding your team through difficult challenges to achieve success.

Ashton V  -  Quality learning

Ashton successfully applies a range of comprehension strategies in Reading Groups to better analyses and interpret books we read.

Georgia M  -  Excellence

Georgia continually demonstrates outstanding organisational skills. No matter the task, Georgia commits her focus and smarts to completing work to a great standard within time allocated.

Jacob G  -  Excellence

Jacob unfailingly completes all his own work to the highest standard, while willingly assisting other students. He demonstrates both personal and academic excellence.

Jessica N  -  Quality learning

Jessica always ensures the best possible outcomes in all her learning experiences by asking thoughtful questions and reflecting on her understandings.

Year 5

Lani H  -  Quality Learning

Lani has put in an amazing amount of effort to catch up with all the work she missed out while away sick. Credit to her work ethic. Well done!

Alex Z  -  Excellence

Alex always puts in his best. He especially enjoys Math’s challenges where he shows great enthusiasm. Keep it up!

Niklas W  -  Quality Learning

For aiming to improve his work through editing and practising skills. He will listen to feedback and apply the new learning.

Ian K  -  Excellence

For putting effort into all classroom curriculum tasks. He embraces a challenge and strives to deliver work he can be proud of.

Year 6

Kate M  -  Respect

Kate shows us what it means to be a leader! She is inclusive and respectful to her community.

Ethan T  -  Quality Learning

Ethan has worked industriously on his knowledge and understanding of percentages and decimal fractions.

Maia J  -  Quality Learning

Maia is a quiet achiever who enhances her learning through questioning, active listening and a consistent positive attitude to all learning experiences

Jed M  =  Excellence

Jed is a conscientious student, who demonstrates pride in all learning areas. His work is always completed on time and to a very high standard.


Georgia W  -  2B  -  Quality learning

Georgia’s positive attitude towards learning Korean has been consistent which has helped her to improve her reading skill. Well-done!

Ella P  -  6A  -  Excellence

Ella presented her Korean letter with neat handwriting and beautiful drawings by using her time efficiently. Excellent work!


Coco H  -  PB  -  Excellence

For the way she listens so well to the instructions and completes her work to a high standard.

Eva M  -  PA  -  Respect

For the respect she displays by listening when people are talking and the the kindness she displays in sharing her skills to assist her peers.

Visual Arts

Subira S  -  3B  -  Respect

For consistently being responsible & respectful when using materials in the Artroom.This was evident when using a needle during our felting project, resulting in a terrific piece of artwork!

Stephanie K  -  3B  -  Excellence

For the pride and diligent approach Stephanie took to complete a delightful, dry-needle felted artwork of a vase of sunflowers.



Tom B  -  6A  -  Excellence

Tom's win in the Championship Boy's 100m race at the House Athletics Day was exceptional. 

Alexandra G - 6B  -  Excellence

Alex's performance in both the track and field events at the House Athletics day was outstanding. 


Ormond Primary School
COMPASS Parent Guide 2017.pdf
'How To' - Make Parent Payments.pdf
'How To' Give Parent Consent.pdf
Spring holiday program 17.pdf
Booking-Conformation Spring holiday program 17.pdf
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