Ormond Primary School

11 October 2017
Issue Seventeen
School Dates
Principal's Report
Year Level Updates
Global Citizen Awards
Community News
Ormond Primary School
03 9578 1327
Wheatley Rd
Ormond, Vic, 3204
AU


School Dates

Dates to Remember

OCTOBER

Wednesday 11th - Student Led Conf Yr 5/6

                                       -  Divisional Athletics

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

                                 - Yr 3 Museum Excursion

Friday 13th - Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport begins

Tuesday 17th - Hooptime Basketball Yr5/6

                               - Prep s Responsibile Pet Program 

Thursday 19th - Yr 6 'Moving Up' Session 1

                                  - Icy Pole Day (luchtime 50c)

                                   - Student Banking starts Term 4

Friday 20th - Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport

Tuesday 24th - Ed Sub Committee 6:30pm

Wednesday 25th - Yr 5 Sovereign Hill

                                        - Yr 2 Scienceworks Excursion

                                        - School Council 7:00pm

Thursday 26th - Yr 6 'Moving Up' Session 2

Friday 27th - Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport

 

NOVEMBER

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

Tuesday 21st - STEAM Showcase 6:00-7:15pm

Wednesday 22nd - Yr 2 Lego Excursion

Saturday 25th - P&F Hawaiian Beach Party

 

DECEMBER

Monday 4th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Tuesday 5th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Wednesday 6th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Thursday 7th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Monday 11th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Tuesday 12th - Whole School Transition

Friday 15th - Prep to Yr 2 Swimming

Wednesday 20th - Yr 6 Graduation

Friday 22nd - School Dismissed at 1:30PM 

 

Events on Compass awaiting Parent Approval

Prep

Prep Concert

Prep - Yr 2 Swimming 

Responsibile Pet Program

Year 1

Prep - Yr 2 Swimming 

Year 2

Prep - Yr 2 Swimming

Scienceworks 'Toys & Forces' by 20th October

Lego Education Centre by 17th November

Year 5

Sovereign Hill - by 13th October

Interschool Sport - Term 4 

Year 6

Interschool Sport - Term 4 

Moving Up Program by 14th October

 

COMPASS Parent Portal

https://ormondps-vic.compass.education 

*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.

 

2017 Term Dates

TERM 1

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

TERM 2

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

TERM 3

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

TERM 4

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

2017 Education Sub-Committee Meetings

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

Communications Sub Committee Meetings

  • Tuesday  October 17th 6:30pm 
  • Tuesday November 21st 6:30pm

2017 Public Holidays

  • 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 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

TERM 1

30th January to 29th March

TERM 2

16th April to 29th June

TERM 3

16th July to 21st September

TERM 4

8th October to 21st December

 

Term 1, 2 and 3 students are dismissed early at 2:30pm on the last day of each term.  Term 4 students are dismissed at 1:30pm on the last day.  The After School Care Program will open early on these days.

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

RESPECT

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

TOLERANCE

  • 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

QUALITY LEARNING

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

PERSISTENCE

  • 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

Leadership

Natalie Rose

Lorrie Dell

Sally Berryman

Felicity Hall-Shulman

Lorraine Bell

Foundation  

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

Administration 

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...

Welcome Term 4

Welcome back everyone! I hope you had a wonderful break and enjoyed the holidays and footy fever. It is wonderful to see the staff and students looking all refreshed and ready for an exciting and very busy term. The students have settled back into school extremely well and I commend them for their excellent behaviour and effort.

 

Our Acting Principal Ms Rose is currently on leave and we look forward to welcoming her back tomorrow. Ms Berryman- 2B and Ms Hocking- Prep B are currently on leave. We wish Mrs Ioannou a speedy recovery after fracturing her wrist whilst on holiday in Greece.

 

During these holidays I was fortunate to travel to the southern Philippines with Ausaid assisting them with their educational and hygiene programs as well as their sustainability projects.  I visited rural and islands schools that had been devastated by last year’s earthquake and typhoon these communities are living in poverty. In spite of their situation they were happy and welcoming and appreciated our assistance. I look forward to sharing my amazing experience with our students.

 

Sunsmart Reminder

All students should be wearing a school hat at all times when outside.  Students without a hat will be instructed to play in the shade. Choose one of the following styles:

  • slouch/broad brimmed hats – with a brim of at least 7.5 cm
  • legionnaire hats with a flap that covers the neck. The side flap and front peak should meet to protect the side of the face.

These hats are available from the school’s uniform supplier, PSW on North Road, Ormond.

Remember: No hat No Play No fun today!

 

Divisional Athletics

Congratulions to the following students who represented Ormond at Divisonal Athletics today. We look forward to hearing you all went upon your return.

Felix D  -  Hugh DT  -  Luc G 

Alexandra G  -  Sacha L  -  Delfin T

 

Hooptime Basketball

We wish our Year 5 Basketballers well next week when they represent Ormond at the Zone Division Competition held at MSAC. Play well girls!

 

2018 Enrolments - ASAP

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. Also, please feel free to pass this information on to your nieghbours with school aged children that may not have already enrolled. 

 

We also ask If you believe that your child/ren may be leaving OPS at the end of 2017 (and not as a Grade 6 student), please let us know. Obviously we don’t want to see you go but understand changes to family circumstances therefore, your early notification really assists with planning for next year. An email to the office would be greatly appreciated.

 

Year 5/6 Student Led Conferences

A reminder that the Year 5/6 students will be holding their Student Led Conferences this evening. Please contact your child's class teacher should you need to confirm your scheduled time. 

 

Compass Calendar Introduction Reminder

Over the last few weeks, I have spent time meeting many students and parents. I appreciate that many of our families are fulltime working parents, therefore it is very important that we provide high levels of communication throughout the school. Many of you have indicated your use of COMPASS as one preferred method of communication. Over the next few weeks we are introducing you to the COMPASS calendar, which allows you to see all school events relating to your child/children. Please view this icon on the Compass menu bar to see what events we have at OPS. We will also continue to list dates in the newsletter.

 

The whole calendar is best viewed in browser mode. We always recommend that you have downloaded the most up to date version of the App. For any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact Brodie in the office.

 

Early arrivers to school

Parents are kindly remindered that the playground is not supervised of a morning until 8:45am therefore for the safety of  the students, it is recommend that they not arrive at school before this time unless they are signed in as a part of the Before School Program or an authorised school activity such as sports training. 

 

Any students that are found to be at school significantly ealry and not part of an program/activity may be placed into Before School Care to be supervised at the cost of the parents.

 

Lorrie Dell

Assistant Principal   

Year Level Updates

Whole School News

Student Banking

A reminder that there is no student banking this week. Student Banking will recommence  next week on Thursday 19th October.

Icy Pole Day

Icy Pole day will begin again in Term 4 next Thursday 19th October. 

 

Students will be able to purchase an icy pole each Thursday lunchtime for 50 cents during Term 4. 

Pirate Day

Dress Like a Pirate Day held at the end of last term was a hughe success. 

We raised a total of $315 for the Environment Team to go towards seedlings to plant and equipment. 

Thanks you to everyone who donated and participated in such a fun day. 

 

Cassandra & Ella

Community Captains

 

Korean Performance Contest

Congratulations to the students from preps to Year two who participated in the Art category of 2017 Korean Performance Contest. The contest is organized by Sydney’s Korean Education Centre, the Korean Foundation and Sydney’s Korean Consulate. The following students were successful in receiving an award in this national competition, and they will receive their certificates at Monday’s assembly.

 

3rd Place Award

  • Sarina L -  Year 1

Certificate of Participation

  • Sophie A - Prep 
  • Zach S - Prep
  • Taicho C - Prep
  • Teo C - Prep
  • Indigo G - Prep
  • Natalie F - Prep
  • Samara M - Yr 1
  • Adelaide B - Yr 1
  • Kira B - Yr 1
  • Milta L - Yr 1
  • Olivia T - Yr 1
  • Adrian A - Yr 1
  • Henri A - Yr 1
  • Olive L - Yr 1
  • Zoe W - Yr 1
  • Hamish M - Yr 2
  • Ethan W - Yr 2
  • Chloe Y - Yr 2
  • Zoe X - Yr 2
  • Briley W - Yr 2

Congratulations to all of you.

 

Anna Park

Korean Language Teacher

Korean Cooking

Students recently enjoyed cooking with Mrs Park. We made Jab Chae or, beef with potato noodles. Below are some recounts about the experience from some of the students.

"I needed to say the words in Korean to get the food." Ethan

"I love eating Jab Chae with chopsticks." Maggie

"My mum made it at home because I love it so much." Hamish

"Using chopsticks was a bit tricky." Georgia

"It’s delicious, especially when I eat it at morning tea! " Miss B

 

Sports News

Divisional Athletics 

Good luck to the students who are competing today at the division athletics. We wish you well and know you will represent Ormond with great spirit. We will let you know their results next newsletter.

 

Hooptime Basketball

Good luck to the Year 5 students will will be represent Ormond PS next week at Zone Divison at MSAC. We look forawrd to hearing how you go!

 

Prep - Yr 2 Swimming

A reminder for all Prep to Year 2 parents that the swimming program is now up on Compass for you to consent and make payment. Students are to wear school uniform and change in/out of bathers at the venue.  Any students that are not participating in the swimming program will remain at school during their session time and be supervised by another class. 

Foundation News

Prep Concert - Thursday 2nd November

As part of the Performing Arts program at ormond Primary the Prep students are currently working towards their Prep Concert. This is a wonderful celebration towards the end of their first year of schooling where each class will perform a musical number for the entertainment of family and relatives.

The concert will be held in the School Hall from 6:00pm and conclude approximately 6:45pm. (students are required at school by 5:45pm)

 

Costume requirements for each class will be finalised in the coming week or two and parents will be notified by your class teacher. 

 

Responsible Pet Program

Next tuesday 17th October, students will be participating in the interactive Responsible Pet Education Program which aims to educate children on living safely with dogs and being a responsible pet owner.

If your child has any special needs, allergies or anxiety towards dogs, please inform your class teacher as soon as possible.

Year 1 & 2 News

Year 1/2 Concert - “The Day the Crayons Quit” 

What a great success the Year 1/2 Concert was on Thursday 14th September. The storyline was inspired by ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ written by Drew Daywalt. 

 

Each class represented a colour of crayon who were fed up with always being used to colour in the same old things all the time.

 

The Blue crayons (1A) were sick of always having to colour the whole sky and sea. The Black crayons (1B) complained that they’re only ever used to outline things. The Red crayons (1C) were fed up with being so busy at Christmas time with all the Santas they have to colour. The Yellow crayons (2A) wanted to be referred to as ‘Gold’. Luckily, the Green Crayons (2B) were quite content with their workload, but got very confused when they were made to colour in green eggs and ham.   

 

Each class performed a song and dance and several children had the opportunity to learn and perform speaking parts. All children showed enthusiasm, commitment and confidence while learning their performances and everyone did a marvellous job on the night. 

 

Congratulations to all the 1/2 students on your excellent performance.

 

“I think the parents were amazed when they saw our concert.” -Harvey

"The concert was really cool and I was quite nervous on the night. My balloon got tangled during our dance!” -Olive

“I really liked having a speaking part in the concert and I liked planning our dance moves. It was really fun.” –Hayley

Year 1 Teachers                        Year 2 Teachers

Josh, Paul & Andrea               Sally & Effie

Year 4 News

Year 4 Camp - Lady Northcote

Lady Northcote Camp is fast approching. 

A reminder that there will be an Information evening on November 1st at 6:00pm in 4A's classroom. Please ensure you bring your Parent Information Booklet along to ensure you have the most up to date information. 

 

There are still a few families who have not yet made payment or consented. Please contact the office as soon as possible to confirm if your child will be attending camp.  

 

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

 

Year 4 Teachers

Lorriane, Gregg & Margot

Year 5/6 News

Year 5/6 Interschool Sport Draw Locations for Friday 13th October

Lawn Bowls 

OPS v McKinnon PS at Bentleigh Bowls Club

Tennis

OPS V McKinnon PS at Coatsville Tennis Club

Cricket - T20 - Rounders

OPS v McKinnon PS at McKinnon Reserve

Reminder that all students are required to bring their snack, drink bottles and hats on the day and parents are to supply sunscreen if required for their own child. 

 

Year 6 Braeside Park Bike Ride 

On a gorgeous Thursday of the last week of Term 3, the Yr 6 students went to Braeside Park for a full day of bike riding to wrap up the Bike Ed Program. Students were split into four groups based on skill level and rode around with a teacher or a parent for about an hour and 40 minutes. Each group had a sheet of things that we had to look out for , like a treasure hunt. At lunch time the parents who were kind enough to come along on the day also very generously cooked sausages in bread for us to enjoy for lunch. Students also were able to take advantage of the nearby playgroupd. We all really enjoyed that day and had an awesome day at Braeside Park and  wish we could do it again. 

A huge thank you to Mrs Kah and Mr Pannam for all their hard work in organising the Bike Ed Program as well as the Braeside Park Ride and all the parents who volunteered their time on the day, we really appreciate it. 

 

Tom W

 

Global Citizen Awards

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

Monday 16th October 9:00am 

Foundation

Mitchell Z  -  Acceptance

Mitchell has adapted and accepted changes within his learning routine and has excelled in his new learning environment. Well done, Mitchell.

Skye M  -  Respect

Skye has been a positive role model in class and has taken change in the classroom in her stride and helped others with the change.

Amazing job, Skye!

Clyde S  -  Excellence

Clyde is a keen learner and focused learner. He demonstrated great confidence when presenting his journal to the class. Fantastic effort.

Katy Z  -  Respect

Katy is a respectful class member and always keeps her work station tidy and is always willing to help others with cleaning their areas. Well done, Katy.

Pippa M  -  Respect

Pippa is a caring student who is always inclusive of others and always ensures everyone has a friend. Thank-you Pippa!.

Jazzlyn C  -  Excellence

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

Year 1

Alexandra M -  Respect

Alexandra consistently shows respect to her peers and teachers. She is always inclusive of others in any group activity she undertakes. Well done Alexandra!

Stefanie K  -  Acceptance

Stefanie always show examples of acceptances within the classroom. Stefanie always includes others in classroom activities and discussions. Well done Stefanie!

Austin W  -  Respect

Austin was a great helper in term 3 and demonstrated good manners consistently to his peers.

Milta L  -  Excellence

Milta worked tirelessly on her diorama of a natural environment. She produced a pristine and beautiful 3D ocean.

Sienna S  -  Respect

For making a big effort to make good choices in your classroom. Keep up the good work in Term 4 Sienna.

Abhiraj A  -  Acceptance

For being a kind and accepting classmate who has many positive things to say about others.

Year 2

Ryan B -  Respect

Ryan shows great respect towards his peers and teachers.

Clementine H  -  Quality Learning

For your outstanding enthusiasm for your reading and writing.

Ashwyn B  -  Acceptance

Ashwyn continues to demonstrate examples of acceptance in the classroom. He is incredibly tolerant.

Kynan E  -  Excellence

Kynan displays excellence in all his learning tasks. Excellent work Kynan.

Year 3

Emma N  -  Respect

Emma always takes an active role in class discussions and listens attentively to the responses of others. Well done Emma!

Tara A  -  Quality Learning

Tara wrote a lovely letter in her Learning Journal to her parents that included the correct layout with her address and date. She was able to use clear and concise language that reflected on her year in Grade 3.

Nathan Y  -  Quality Learning

Nathan always displays a positive attitude during all learning tasks. He is happy to give everything a go and sets a high standard for himself. Well done!

Sarvesh S  -  Respect

Sarvesh has settled into our Grade 3 class with ease. He has shown great respect for our classroom rules by consistently being kind and using his manners. Well done!

Ted H  -  Respect

For treating his parents with consideration and courtesy when presenting his Learning Journal at the Student Led Conference.Ted you made a fabulous effort and looked wonderful in your suit and tie!

Mia T  -  Excellence

Mia you demonstrated excellence during your Readers Theatre presentation. Your pace, intonation, the projection of your voice and your eye contact were excellent and well rehearsed.

Year 4

Alice H  -  Excellence

Congratulations Alice, on using your talents and skills to produce school work of a high level of competence.

Fonjer Z  -  Respect

Fonjer is an understanding and thoughtful learning team member. He exhibits great kindness and patience towards fellow students.

Shauna E  -  Excellence

Shauna produced an outstanding persuasive speech on ‘why Japan is the best holiday destination. Well written with lots of persuasive techniques to convince her audience.

Caelan A  -  Excellence

Caelan regularly starts off his morning with a maths questions of the day. Applying fantastic problem solving skills he often answers Grade 5 and even Grade 6 questions. Keep it up Caelan.

Cam P  -  Persistence

Cam worked diligently to catch up after a break and produced an excellent persuasive speech and independently edited his work to make improvements.

Isaac D  -  Persistence

Isaac has been reading diligently and working towards up-leveling his reading. Keep it up, Isaac.

 

Year 5

Lani H  -  Quality Learning

Lani consistently displayed a positive attitude to all her learning. She has worked collaboratively with others, being a positive member of 5A.

Keiran W  -  Respect

Keiran is commended for the much improved manner in with he has treated his classmates. He has shown great self discipline and focus during learning class.

Austin H  -  Acceptance

Austin’s social interactions are often incredibly mature and insightful. He upholds the values kindness, empathy and respect towards all.  

Elizabeth W  -  Excellence

Elizabeth has a talent for writing. She has strived to produce many quality pieces throughout the year, including a Fairytale report and a Fractured Fairytale.

Year 6

Oscar W  -  Quality Learning

Oscar has the ability to think deeply about his class work. He asks interesting and relevant questions and produces high quality work.

Edwin T  -  Excellence

Edwin clearly displayed his understanding of three dimensional shapes by producing some complex isometric drawings.

Arden B  -  Excellence & Persistence

Arden has continued to grow as a determined, thoughtful and industrious leader in Year 6. Her excellent leadership qualities and ability to forward plan should be commended. She has presented herself as a leader in the classroom, as well as in her chosen sports.    

Heidi RR  -  Respect

Heidi continually displays a respectful attitude toward her peers and teachers. Her unwavering kindness is always appreciated.    

Multimedia

Charlie G  -  5B  -  Quality Learning

For analysing and correcting the coding she entered at each level in Run Marco to improve her learning and maximise her results.

Aydan G  -  3A  -  Quality Learning

For only moving up a level in Run Marco when he has achieved three stars and understood the most efficient form of coding to use at each level.

Visual Arts

Meenakshi  A  -  6A  -  Excellence

The pride and effort Meena put towards completing a preliminary sketch for her Japanese inspired silk painting, resulted in a highly detailed artwork. Well done!

Joshua H  -  5A  -  Persistence

Joshua’s high engagement and persistent attitude enabled him to complete a wonderfully expressive charcoal drawing of a tree, with particular focus on the aspects of positive and negative space.

Community News

Out of School Hours Care

Changes to invoice system - Smart Fees

Parents please check your invoices as we have recently updated the Smart Fees system to make a smooth transition with the changes Centrelink will be making in July 2018.

 

One of the changes that will be affecting families will be the replacing of Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate to Child Care Subsidy. If you would like to know the amount of subsidy you may be eligible for, you can use the Family Child Care Subsidy Estimator located at www.education.gov.au/childcare.

 

For The Child Care Package Brochure go to:

http://docs.education.gov.au/node/44941.

 

For more information please go to the Department of Education and Training Website.

 

After School Care Activities

Thursday 12th October           Children’s Choice                  

Friday 13th October                 Sun Catchers

 

Monday 16th October             Decoupage money boxes

Tuesday 17th October             Cooking

Wednesday 18th October      Children’s Choice

Thursday 19th October           Insect Creations         

Friday 20th October                 Bag tags

           

Monday 23rd October             Extendable hand

Tuesday 24th October             Children’s Choice                  

Wednesday 25th October       Lady bugs

 

 

Sharelle Davis

Acting Coordinator

Out of School Hours Program

 

 

Upcoming Meeting Dates

TBC

 

Save the Dates:

  • End of Year  "Hawaiian Beach Party"– Saturday 25th November (early evening)

Get your leis and hula skirts ready for our end of year Hawaiian Beach Party. This is our end of year celebration, where all OPS families are invited to come along and celebrate the end of the school year. There will be food trucks, ice-cream, sand castles, disco and more!

Mango Fundraiser

For the first time, P&F is running a Mango Fundraiser. It is a great fundraiser that offers a healthy option for family’s whist making money for the school.

Trays of Mangoes are $26 for 7kg of mangoes, which is 12 large mangoes, or up to 23 small.

Orders can be done through trybooking and will be open until 30th October. www.trybooking.com/SFWM

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 Events & Adverts

 

Ormond Primary School
'How To' - Make Parent Payments.pdf
'How To' Give Parent Consent.pdf
COMPASS Parent Guide 2017.pdf
Lawn Bowls Term 4 Fixture.pdf
Tennis Term 4 Fixture.pdf
Cricket, T20 and Rounders Term 4 Fixture.pdf
Cricket, T20 and Rounders Term 4 Fixture.pdf