St James Newsletter

01 April 2019
Term One, Week Ten         ‘st James School Community Is Committed To The Victorian Child Safe Standards.’
Dates to note...
Principal's Post
Education in Faith
Literacy and Numeracy
Digital Technologies
Spotlight on Learning
Well-being
Extra Curricular
Sustainability 
Useful Forms
  P & F Newsletter
After School Care
Community Information
St James Primary School
(03) 9874 1830
51 Centre Road
Vermont, Victoria, 3133
AU

Dates to note...

IMPORTANT EVENTS COMING UP...

April

Mon 1   Prep Celebration of Learning

Tues 2  Parent/Student/Teacher Learning Conferences  3.40 - 6pm

Wed 3   Parent/Student/Teacher Learning Conferences 2.30pm - 8pm

                (School finishes at 2.30pm)

                Open Day - Tours  9am, 10am

Fri 5       Last day of term   3.20pm finish

                P & F end of term BBQ  3.20pm

 

Tues 23  First day of term 2

Thurs 25  ANZAC DAY - school closed

Fri 26    SCHOOL CLOSURE DAY

Sat 27  First Eucharist Medal Presentation Mass   6pm

Sun 28   First Eucharist Medal Presentation Mass  

Mon 29   P & F Meeting and Morning Tea  9am

                 Second hand uniform sale  8.30am

Tues 30   Open Evening for prospective enrolments 2020   7.30pm

 

(Please be aware that dates can change....always check the dates  for confirmation)

 

Principal's Post

Dear Families,

It's hard to believe that a whole term is almost complete. 

Congratulations to our new Preps who have survived and thrived throughout their first term at school. If our Preps are to complete Year 12 then they only have 51 terms to go!

 

I wrote about our Cinema Night in last week's update sheet. Look for further details throughout other pages of this newsletter. Thank you to everyone who contributed towards the $8000 raised which will go towards our P & F funds for our new front fence.

 

Last week I attended the biennial Victorian Association of Catholic Primary School Principals Conference. The title of the conference was "Impact the Future: Leading Today's Learners for Tomorrow"

There were a variety of high quality presenters and presentations that often centred around the theme of mindset, attitude and ensuring we all achieve our full potential. Some of them have been very successful in developing businesses while others have worked with successful organisations or individuals (Andre Agassi, Ash Barty, AFL coaches)

One of the themes was generational change and how we must all function together in society. It was interesting to reflect on our St James community and the wide variety of generations we have here from grandparents to toddlers; Builders (born prior to 1946), Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Gen X (1965 - 1979), Gen Y (1980 - 1994), Gen Z (1985 - 2009) and Gen Alpha (2010 onwards).

 

While I was there I met this bloke  and we went on a run together. 

I just beat him!

 

Save the Date: Parish Mission Week, 26 - 30 May

• Do you want to know more about Family life
and issues that confront us today?

• Have you wondered how our Christian faith helps us
find meaning in the experience of suffering?

• How is faith passed on to our children and grandchildren?
• How do we pray and what forms of prayer are available to us?
• What part does Eucharist play in our lives as a faith community?

Take time out to attend one of the evening sessions and explore these questions.

Safety, Safety, Safety - Follow the Parking Signs!

 

Please follow the Parking signs to ensure the safest possible environment for all our children. We encourage all families to use the school crossing.

 

Remember - Parking restrictions are for everyone's safety!

The bus has been arriving later than usual recently, so please keep the bus stop clear if the bus is running a little late.

 

A Few Things to Note

  • We have Auskick coordinators: a few parents are going to share the role. Thank you!
  • Pastoral Care - please let us know if we can help you or someone in our community that you know who could do with a helping hand at the moment
  • Mark Friday 10 May in your diary - we're celebrating Mothers' Day with a breakfast.  Details to follow.  Dads, grandpa's and friends please let Carmel know if you can help on the day - [email protected] 
  • We will have a representative group at Halliday Park for the Dawn Service on ANZAC Day - Thursday 25 April.  You're welcome to join us!  Be there by 5.50am!
  • School Closure Day Friday 26 April
  • School finishes at 2.25pm on Wednesday 3 April

Learning Conferences this Week!

Parent/Student/Teacher learning conferences will be held on:

Tuesday 2 April from 3.40pm - 5pm in your child's classroom and Wednesday 3 April from 2.30pm - 8pm in the Reynold's Community Centre. 

 

Specialist teachers will be as follows:

Tuesday 3.40 - 5.00pm: Mrs Carson Auslan in office meeting room

Wednesday 2.30 - 8.00pm Wendy (STEMMS), Mrs Feild (Phys Ed), Mrs Collett (Performing Arts) and Mrs Gleeson (Visual Arts) in the Library Resource Centre.

 

There is no school bus this Wednesday!

 

Here's a few important things to remember about the Learning Conferences

  • Learning Conferences are for students to articulate growth made in their learning and to understand the next steps required
  • They are a forum for the teacher to share a snapshot of the social, emotional and academic growth of each student
  • They are an opportunity to reinforce the home-school partnership that we know is so crucial to each child's academic growth and well being
  • They are for a duration of 10 minutes only. If the conversation needs to be continued, please make another appointment at a mutually convenient time
  • If you would like a few minutes without your child present, please ask them to leave and sit in the waiting area
  • It is important that all children in the waiting area sit quietly and do not run around. This helps the conferences take place without distractions.
  • We will be ringing the bell at 10 minute intervals to help keep all conferences to the 10 minutes

 

School will finish at 2.30pm on Wednesday 3 April.  Please make sure your children are picked up promptly or book them into OSHC. Any families who experience difficulties in collecting your children early please email me.

 

If you have not done so already, click on the link below to make your appointment with both classroom and specialist teachers

 

 

Don't forget.....

  • Encourage your child to draw their favourite Melbourne landmark, using grey lead or black fineliner/biro on an A4 sheet. This could be part of our mural, "Our Living City, Melbourne", a project funded by City of Whitehorse and due to start next term under the guidance of Jann Daly.  All entries must be in by this Wednesday.
  • We need a volunteer to do end of term washing from the lost property basket.  If you can help please email Carmel - cfoster @sjvermont.catholic.edu.au  
  • You can book full and half days for child care on our closure day, Friday 26th April ( Term 2 Week 1) with Jellybeans. Contact Courtney or Eileen [email protected] or 0402 319 063 or 0455 746 474
  • Easter Prayer service hosted by Year 6 
  • You're invited to join us for our ANZAC day prayer service at 3pm on Wednesday 24th April.  You are welcome to bring a flower from your garden to lay around the flagpole at the end of the ceremony to honour those who have died.
  • P & F end of term BBQ this Friday 3.20pm

Achievements

Congratulations to Jack (4BH) on being selected for the Melbourne Victory Academy (Under 10s) - youth development pathway for Mebourne Victory Football Club. 

April Fool? .... Not me!

Mr Mutimer, what on earth were you thinking????

 

Education in Faith

SACRAMENT OF PENANCE

Congratulation to our children who celebrated the Sacrament of Penance for the first time last Thursday night. 

We pray that they continue to grow in God's love

surrounded by our Parish community.

When Fr Dispin spoke to the children and families he used the analogy of an archer missing a target, or missing a mark to describe reconciliation. He explained that at times, the choices we make in life ‘miss the mark’, preventing us from being the person we should be. The Sacrament of Penance allows us to accept responsibility for when we have ‘missed the mark’, knowing that we can make everything right and start again. 

 

 

You're invited....

Thursday Parish Mass will be attended by Yr 5 students this week.

Please note the timetable change. 

Due to changes to the school timetable, Yr 1 students are no longer attending.

Please join us this Friday 5th April at 9am to celebrate our Whole School Holy Week Prayer Service. It will be hosted by Years 1, 3 & 5.

ST JOHN'S EASTER TIMETABLE

Parish Lenten Penitential Celebration- April 9th, 7.30pm
Holy Thursday: April 18th, 7.30 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Good Friday- April 19th
-Stations of the Cross, 11am
-Commemoration of the Passion, 3pm
Holy Saturday- April 20th
-Easter Vigil, 7.30pm (please note no 6pm Mass)
Easter Sunday- April 21st

-Dawn Mass, 6am
-Masses: 8.30am & 10.30am at St John's & 9.30am at St James 

PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO 5PM MASS EASTER SUNDAY

TERM 2 TIMETABLES

Timetables for Prayer Services and Thursday Parish Mass.

 

Literacy and Numeracy

Premiers Reading Challenge
 

The Premiers' Reading Challenge has been launched and your child is invited to participate!  The holidays are a great time to enjoy a good book (or many!)

For new students, please see your child/child's teacher for login information.  For returning students in Years 1 - 6,  your username and password remain the same (your teacher or I can help you with this if you've forgotten it!)

As outlined in the letter above, students in Years Prep - 2 need to read or experience 30 books.  Students in Years 3-6 are challenged to read 15 books.  The Challenge closes on 6th September and all books will need to be recorded by this date to be eligible for a Certificate of Completion.

Visit  www.education.vic.gov.au/prc for all information that you require.

 

 

Cathy Dimitrakopoulos

Literacy/Learning and Teaching Leader

[email protected]rmont.catholic.edu.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mathematics in the Junior School!

It has been a pleasure watching and listening to the junior students talk about their learning in mathematics.  Asking students what they have learnt is a very powerful way for teachers and parents to fully understand the learning and growth made by each student. At home, I encourage everyone to ask their child about their mathematics learning. From my experiences the junior students are very keen to share!

 

Here is a sample of some of the wonderful learning in the junior classes.

 

Maths in Prep

 

Sera - We have been learning about the numbers to ten 

Cleo - In this activity we had to order the numbers to ten and then match the different ways of showing ten.

Sam - Ten can be made different ways. Here I have made ten with 4 and

 

Maths in Year 1 and Year 2

Archer- We have been learning about number lines. We made number lines in class.

Tom- We use number lines to help us add numbers.

William- We are also learning how to count on when we add.

Oliver - We have been learning about place value with thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.

Safina - We have been learning about measuring length with formal and informal units.

Sam - We have learnt about the greater than and less than symbols

Lily - I have learnt how to write Egyptian numbers using symbols

Ryland - We have been learning about place value and how to trade using MAB.

Stephanie - I’ve been learning how to use my calculator to make big numbers.

Isaiah - I have learnt about numbers in the thousands and how to write them in expanded form.

 

Josh Crowe 

Numeracy Leader

[email protected]

 

 

 

Digital Technologies

What's trending with kids at the moment?

There are so many apps and websites available to students, it is hard to keep up with them all, but here is some information about two current online trends.

The first is a popular re-vamped app... formerly known as music.ly.  It is now re-branded as TikTok.  Click on the link below for detailed information.

https://bit.ly/2JFLo8Z

 

The Momo Challenge

Students in Years 3-6 have had talks during STEMMs about this online hoax.  The discussions were in the context of online safety, what to do when any pop-ups appear on screen and how do we know what is real online.  We have deliberately discussed this challenge in a low key manner, as sometimes you can 'add fuel to the fire' by placing too much emphasis on these online trends. 

Excellent information from the eSafety Commissioner website can be found here....

https://bit.ly/2UbPLJL

Spotlight on Learning

Writing in Year One

In Year 1 this term we have been learning about lots of different genres of writing! We have written recounts about our weekends. We wrote letters to a friend in the other Year 1 class and to our Year 5 Buddies. We have followed and written lots of procedures -we got to make pancakes, fairy bread and jelly! We have even learnt about poetry and have written acrostic poems and colour poems using lots of descriptive language to paint a picture in the reader's imagination. In Year 1 we LOVE writing and can’t wait to write all about our adventures during the school holidays when we get back to school in Term 2!

 

STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Congratulations to the following students who received a Student of the Week award recently.

 

 

Well-being

Harmony Day

Thank you all for supporting Harmony Day by wearing a touch of orange to show our school's commitment to showing love, tolerance, respect, inclusivity, and understanding to everyone in our world regardless of where they come from, what they look like or what they believe. The positive vibe for the day was clear to see as children were involved in a variety of activities in the classrooms to explore what Harmony Day means and why it is important.

 

Keira 5F "Harmony day means to me that everyone lives in peace as one family but in this big culture, we have to accept other people while being kind, inclusive, sharing and we have to get along together in harmony. We should all be respectful to all our cultural heritage and we should be living in peace forever."

 

W.O.W (Watch Our Wellbeing) Year 5

Students in Year 5 have been learning all about positive coping strategies that they can implement when they are feeling intense emotions such as stress, anxiety, anger etc. To share their amazing learning they invited the Year 2s, Mr. Mutimer, Mrs. Foster and the Year 5 parents to come along to a W.O.W expo where the Year 5 students became the teachers and shared what they learnt about one particular coping strategy and the benefits to their health and wellbeing.

 

The strategies offered included: Yoga, Mindful Colouring and Journalling, Mindfulness Meditation, Vigorous Exercise, Music Appreciation, Healthy Eating, Laughing Club and Nature Appreciation.

 

About Real Life Program

Puberty education begins at home and can be supported by schools as a part of a broader health curriculum aimed at maximising children’s wellbeing.

About Real Life’s programs are sensitive to and respectful of the values and beliefs of parents/carers and families and provides an excellent starting point for family discussion about human sexuality and respectful relationships.

Parents with children in Years 4, 5 and 6 are invited to attend an information session regarding the family and classroom sessions planned for May & June at St. James.

Date: Wednesday  8th May

Time : 7 - 8pm

This adults-only presentation will detail the content for all sessions and provide an opportunity to ask any questions you may have before the programs commence.

I look forward to meeting the parent community at St. James primary school.

Kind regards

Sue Pain ( Manager/Educator)

Parent Resources

Parentline 13 22 89

Parentline is available 8am to midnight, 7 days a week. It is a confidential and anonymous phone counselling service for parents and carers of children and teenagers in Victoria.

 

Click here for access to CatholicCare

It is a social service agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, they offer a range of programs and services that aim to build and strengthen relationships.

 

Click here for Raising Children Network

Reliable, and up-to-date information to help your family grow and thrive together. 

 

Click here for access to the Student Well-being Hub Website

It includes sections for parents, teachers and students with practical strategies and resources to support your child's well-being.

 

Click here for access to Parenting Ideas Blog

It includes articles, testimonials and practical tips on a wide variety of topics.

 

Click here for Iparent - Office of eSafety Commissioner 

To learn about the digital environment and how to help your child have safe and enjoyable online experiences.

 

Extra Curricular

Learning Happens Everywhere!

Year 3 and 4 students found a whole new learning canvas when they visited Whitefriars' College recently. Amidst many activities, we explored the difference between Physical and Chemical Reactions with science experiments,  tried a new painting technique in their art rooms and designed a persuasive advertisement, working with a Year 10 student.

 

 

BIKE ED

Over the last fortnight, the Year 5 students completed the final session of their Bike Ed learning. 5F were blessed with a sizzling summers day where sunscreen, water, and icy poles were needed to cool down. In stark contrast, 5P had a wild, windy, wintery day where coats, jumpers and lots of riding were needed to stay warm.

 

Some of the skills that were consolidated on this day were right hand turns, riding through roundabouts, riding in pairs, riding on different surfaces. To show these skills in action the students then ventured outside the school to practise riding on the road and along bike tracks along the Dandenong Creek Trail.

 

Regardless of the weather fun was had by all!!!!

 

Earn & Learn...

Once again, we are collecting Earn and Learn stickers between 1 May and 25 June . If you shop at Woolworths, we'd appreciate you popping them on a sticker sheet and sending them along to school. We'll let you know what we earn !!Thanks!

ANZAC Day - You're Invited...

You're invited to the local dawn service this ANZAC Day, Thursday 25 April at the centotaph in Halliday Park, 308 Mitcham Rd, Mitcham. The service will start at 5:50am and a couple of our captains will represent our community by laying a wreath during the ceremony.  The service is arranged by the Rotary Club of Mitcham. Following the ceremony the bowling club will provide a breakfast for a gold coin donation. After the breakfast there will be the traditional game of TWO UP.

Our New Project

 

We have been very fortunate to receive an, 'Artist in Residence' grant from the City of Whitehorse.

Jann Daly, our invited artist and Anne Gleeson, our Visual Arts teacher are leading the students through a very exciting learning module to create a mural, 'Our Living City - Melbourne', which we plan to assemble on the wall of the OHSC Room. Details of the unveiling will emerge later, but for now, all students are invited to draw their favourite Melbourne icon, using a grey lead or black fine liner, which may be used in the mural. These must be in by this Wednesday 3 April.

Our Choir starts next term...

 

Children in Years 3-6 invited to join our school choir, starting next term. We are so very lucky that Lisa Sully, a parent and singing teacher generously puts her hand up with Maureen  Johnson to lead the choir each week. Start thinking about  this opportunity - days and times will be revealed soon!

Ride2School

The results for last week's Ride2school day are:

Grade 2S had the highest percentage of active travellers in the junior school with 63%, Grade 4F had the highest percentage in the middle school and overall with 75% active travellers, and 5F had the highest percentage of active travellers in the senior school with 71%.

Well done to everyone who made the effort to actively travel to school.

The results of our House Points currently stand:

1st Coghlan 163

2nd Durkin 158

3rd Dillon 134

4th Lyons 123

 

The next Ride2school day is this Wednesday 3rd April.

First Aid Classes

Years Prep - 4 enjoyed learning about managing First Aid from their classes last Friday under the direction of facilitators from St Johns Ambulance Schools program. 

 

 

Sustainability 

Chook Yard Update:

Wendy is pretty excited..... not only are we getting a proper farm fence but we're extending the farm yard a little to make  room for a bigger flock of chooks and possibly, some new farm animals.  Woohoo!!!!!  

Don't be shocked when you see the height of the fence; our possible new animals are great jumpers or maybe they are extremely tall. 

What could this new animal be?  Stay tuned!

 

Eggs are up for sale!

$5.00 per dozen.

Fresher than Coles or Woolworths!

Just put money in an envelope with your child's name and grade, and as soon as the 'girls' lay enough, they will be sent home. 

Give them a try;  the Silkie eggs are  flavour-packed!!!

Holiday Farm Duty:

Thank you so much to the following families who are caring for our 10 gorgeous chooks during the Easter holidays.  You should already have your roster that was emailed last week.

 

KOWALSKI    HEATH    SO    LEVI/WHITE    MARDESIC,

KOLESNIK   MARTIN   AND   MOSCA

 

Thank you also, to everyone who volunteered but missed out on the roster and are now doing a Term 2 weekend for us. We are very lucky to have such a generous school community.

 

 

 

Useful Forms

 

 

 
P & F Newsletter

The P & F Major Fundraiser

Is coming up fast!

Make sure you

SAVE THE DATE

BOOK THE BABY SITTER

For our

Adults only event on

Saturday the 15th June

 

 

April

Friday 5th

End of Term BBQ

 

Tuesday 23rd

Morning Tea

 

Saturday 27th

Auskick BBQ

 

Monday 29th

P & F Meeting 9am

 

 

Save the date

Friday 3rd May

More Details

To Follow

 

 

 

End of Term BBQ

The P & F will be running an End of Term BBQ, after school this

Friday the 5th of April.

Don’t forget to bring

some cash for a sausage

 

 

Fundraising Thermometer

Big thanks to Officeworks for organising the printing of the P & F Fundraising thermometer it looks fantastic!

 

Vision Portraits

Thanks to all the families who came along to the vision portraits session and to Carolyn Gorry for organising the day.

 

P & F Family Directory

Bec Park did a fantastic job setting up the family directory thank you for all your hard work putting it together.

 

Sushi Food Day

A huge thanks to Jenny Browne for helping Kylie make the Frog in the Ponds on Thursday.

Thank you very much to Sandra Alkemade, Paola Weinberg, Laura Eksici, Carolyn Gorry, Monique Szwadiak, Rocio Fossi, Katrina Van Vuuren and Rachelle Mosca for helping pack and deliver Sushi Food Day orders on Friday.

 

Hot Cross Buns

Thanks to Vanessa Burnie for organising the hot cross buns, which will be ready for collection on Wednesday the 3rd between between

 

St James Vermont Auskick kicks off for 2019 on Saturday 27 April 2019.

Auskick is a great way for kids to get involved in footy in a fun and friendly environment. We run the St James Auskick Clinic on the Fr Kevin Dillon Oval at St James Vermont on Saturday mornings.

Who should join Auskick?

We welcome and encourage both boys and girls participation and run groups that cater for Auskickers in Kinder, Prep, Grade 1 and above.  (Please note that children need to at least turn 5 in the 2019 calendar year in order to be eligible to enrol.)

 

When does the season start?    Join us on Saturday 27 April 2019 for a bbq, kick on the oval and chance to meet the coaches and hear about the plans for the season.

The first Auskick session is scheduled for Saturday 4 May 2019 and the season runs until 24 August 2019.

Auskick sessions run for roughly an hour, commencing at 9 AM each Saturday morning excluding school holidays and public holiday weekends.

 

How do I register?

Registrations for Auskick are done online through AFL Victoria https://play.afl/auskick

Use the Centre finder to register for St James Auskick Vermont.

The cost of Auskick for the 15 week season is $96.

 

Help needed!

St James Auskick is run by volunteers from our school community. We need your help.

We need volunteers to help with the coaching and organisation of groups on Saturday mornings and we need some volunteers to help out with the famous St James Auskick Tuckshop. 

If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please get in contact with me (Chris Harvey son Joseph in 3P) on [email protected] . I’d love to talk to you about how you can help us ensure that Auskick continues to be a fantastic fun Saturday morning for our kids.

Friday Treats

 

Don’t forget to bring your 50 cents in term 2 for our yummy Anzac cookies on Fridays

 

The P & F Wishes everyone a very happy and Safe Easter.

 

Cinema Night  - A night to remember!!

 

 

Left at the cinema night - can be picked up from the office!

 

 

 

 

 

The new 2019/2020 Entertainment Book is here! 

 

St James P&F will again be participating in this Fundraiser.

$14 from each book sold comes straight to St James.

 

Books will be distributed to all families at the start of Term 2, and you can decide if you would like to buy them, however, if you can't wait until then, you can purchase online at any time.

 

Visit: https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/186265m

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

St James Primary School - Vermont

Rachelle Mosca

0417331207

[email protected]

After School Care

Hi Everyone

We have had a wonderful Term 1 at Camp Australia OSHC here at St James Vermont.  The children have enjoyed a variety of activities including Summer themed art and craft, a Scavenger Hunt, Pancakes for breakfast, BINGO and the children are currently enjoying making all sorts of Easter crafts.

I hope everyone enjoys the School Holidays and we will see you all next term.

 

Heather Bate

Camp Australia Coordinator

 

 

Community Information

AUSKICK IS BACK FOR 2019

St James Vermont Auskick kicks off for 2019 on Saturday 27 April 2019.

Auskick is a great way for kids to get involved in footy in a fun and friendly environment.

We run the St James Auskick Clinic on the Fr Kevin Dillon Oval at St James Vermont on Saturday mornings.

Who should join Auskick?

We welcome and encourage both boys and girls participation and run groups that cater for Auskickers in Kinder, Prep, Grade 1 and above.  (Please note that children need to at least turn 5 in the 2019 calendar year in order to be eligible to enrol.)

When does the season start?    

Join us on Saturday 27 April 2019 for a bbq, kick on the oval and chance to meet the coaches and hear about the plans for the season.

The first Auskick session is scheduled for Saturday 4 May 2019 and the season runs until 24 August 2019.

Auskick sessions run for roughly an hour, commencing at 9 AM each Saturday morning excluding school holidays and public holiday weekends.

How do I register?

Registrations for Auskick are done online through AFL Victoria https://play.afl/auskick

Use the Centre finder to register for St James Auskick Vermont.

The cost of Auskick for the 15 week season is $96.

Help needed!

St James Auskick is run by volunteers from our school community. We need your help.

We need volunteers to help with the coaching / organisation of groups on Saturday mornings and we need some volunteers to help out with the famous St James Auskick Tuckshop. 

If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please get in contact with me (Chris Harvey son Joseph in 3P)  on  [email protected] . I’d love to talk to you about how you can help us ensure that Auskick continues to be a fantastic fun Saturday morning for our kids.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Fr Kevin Dillon Oval to join the fun!

 

St James Newsletter
Once again, we are collecting Eran and Learn between 1 May and 25 June . If you shop at Woolworths, we'd appreciate you filling a sticker sheet and sending them along to school. We'll let you know what we earn !!Thanks!
Our Living City - Melbourne
City of Whitehorse Family Resource Guide - 2018.PDF
Parenting Information Forum - 2019 Brochure.pdf
Bike Contract.pdf
MEDICATION REQUEST FORM.pdf
Anaphylaxis_Epipen_Personal_Action_Plan.pdf
Asthma Action Plan_Puffer and Spacer_2017 (2).pdf
Individual Asthma Risk Minimisation Plan_29062017.pdf
Individual Anaphylaxis Management Plan.pdf
Volunteer Duty Statement.pdf
Existing Volunteer Application Form.pdf
New Volunteer Application Form.pdf
Marathon Club permission.pdf