What a wonderful year it has been, and hasn’t it flown by!
This term has been filled with great learning activities for all of our students. It has been wonderful to see our students fully participating in all aspects of school life and embracing the challenges that have come their way. Resilience has been a well-used word this year and I am pleased to say that our boys and girls are becoming quite adept at ‘bouncing back’ after disappointment and upset. Monday’s Values assemblies have also been an important part of each week with celebrations of PVS values. Hopefully the PVS values carry through the holidays and parents and families see lovely displays of Respect, Perseverance, Integrity, Fairness and Excellence!
I am sure you are all looking forward to the break and spending some quality time together.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The Board is pleased to announce that the 2019 fee structure will remain at the 2018 rate. There will be no increase next year. The Fees, Charges and Arrangement notice will be emailed out shortly to confirm details. Families will also receive their 2019 School Fee Invoice. Please carefully read the notice as it contains very important information regarding your school fees account.
Semester 2 Reports
Semester 2 reports will be emailed shortly.
2019 Staff and Class Configuration
A great deal of thought, time, deliberation and discussion has gone into each and every child’s placement for 2019. Our students’ academic as well as social and emotional well-being is our absolute priority, and placements have been made with those considerations in mind. Notification regarding class placement will accompany the Yearbook home.
Littlest Pioneers - Kindy 3
Mrs Flood and Mrs Thomas
Joeys - Kindy 4
Ms Woodward, Mrs Rodgers and Mrs Payne
Possums - PP
Mrs Pashen and Mrs Etteridge
Bilby - Year 1/ 2
Ms Pryce and Mr Dickerson
Echidna - Year 2/ 3
Emu - Years 3/ 4
Wombat - Years 4/ 5
Kangaroo - Years 5/ 6
Waste Wise Update
Waste Free lunches has also been an educationally valuable initiative. It has helped our students understand the negative impact waste has on our environment and the importance of reducing and reusing. We will therefore continue to award points for waste-wise lunches next year.