Ormond Primary School

28 June 2017
Issue Eleven
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 29th - Ormonds Got Talent 1:50pm

Friday 30th  -  Term 2 Ends: 2:30pm Dismissal



Monday 17th  -  Term 3 Begins

Thursday 27th - Student Banking resumes

Friday 28th - Hands on Science Year 2
Friday 28th - Second Hand Uniform Stall



Wednesday 2nd  -  Yr 3 Camp Meeting 6:30pm

Wednesday 9th  -  Yr5/6 Soiree TBC

Thursday 17th  -  Yr 3 Camp Depart 

Friday 18th  -  Yr 3 Camp Return 

Saturday 19th  -  P&F Trivia Night

Tuesday 29th  -  School House Athletics 



Monday 4th  -  District Athletics TBC

Tuesday 12th  -  Ed Sub Committee 6:30pm

Wednesday 13th  -  Yr 1 & 2 Soiree TBC

Wednesday 20th  -  School Council

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


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 Meetings

  • Wednesday 21st June 7:00pm
  • July  -  no meeting TBC
  • Wednesday 16th  August 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 20th September 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 25th October 7:00pm
  • Wednesday 15th Nvember 7:00pm
  • December meeting TBC

2017 Education Sub-Committee Meetings

  • July - no meeting
  • Tuesday August 8th 6:30pm
  • Tuesday September 12th 6:30pm
  • Tuesday October 24th 6:30pm
  • Thursday November 9th 6:30pm

2017 Public Holidays

  • Monday 12th June - Queens Birthday
  • 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 9:30 am and last approximately one hour. The tour dates for 2017 are:

  • Monday 17th of July       
  • Tuesday 8th of August    
  • Monday 4th of September
  • Monday 16th of October  
  • Friday 10th of November

Enrolment Packs for 2018 will be available from Term 2 at the School Office between 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday to Friday, or if you are attending a school tour. For further enquiries please contact the school office on 03 9578 1327.

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.

The Ormond Team


Glenn Butler

Assistant Principal 

Lorrie Dell


Glenn Butler

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...

Principal Position

I would like to take this opportunity to announce to everyone in the Ormond community that I will be taking up the role of Principal at Mount View Primary School in Glen Waverley at the start of Term 3. So, after twelve years at Ormond Primary School I will be vacating the chair on Friday, 30th of June. As I reflect on my time at Ormond I am proud of the great work that we have done together to make our school a great school. The positive tone, the co-operation and the enthusiasm is pervasive and provides evidence that Ormond is a great school for all children.


The child-centred nature of the school is my greatest achievement and that reality is something that I hold dear as I move on.

I look forward to chatting with the students and the parents of Ormond over the next two days. The End of Term Assembly at 2 pm on Friday will be my final, formal occasion at Ormond. I will return to Ormond in early Term 3 in order to say goodbye to the students, teachers, parents and community. I look forward to that celebration of my time at Ormond.


The Mount View Primary School role is an exciting career opportunity for me. With 1100 students and 85 staff and a school focus on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), the school presents a challenge that I am ready to accept.

I thank you all wholeheartedly for the encouragement and support that you have given me in my role as Principal at Ormond Primary School. It has been great fun and an honour to have played such a key role in all that we have achieved since 2005.


Parent Teacher Interviews

The recent release of the Student Mid-Year Reports and the conduct of the Parent/Teacher Interviews on Monday and Tuesday this week completes the formal mid-year reporting process. Parent comments about the reports have been positive and highlight the value of the teachers’ comments and the related visual display of student learning progress over the last twelve months. The gains made by students in their learning have been significant and it is timely that we take time to acknowledge this progress.


Student Reports 

Families departing Ormond Primary at the end of Term 3 are reminded to print and/or save copies of all their child's reports off Compass for their own records as their access to the Compass Parent Portal will no longer be availble after the school holidays. This practice also recommended to all families for their own record keeping at home.  


Bikes and Scooters

A number of students have pointed out to me that their bikes and scooters have been moved during the school day. When the end of the day comes they are not where they left them. In order to overcome this concern I would like to remind all students that the bike shelter is not a play area and all students should play on the oval, the courts, the nets or on the climbing equipment.


New Playground

I would like to acknowledge the fundraising efforts of the Parents & Friends Sub-committee which has allowed the school the chance to purchase new equipment for student use. As a result of these fundraising efforts, School Council is pleased to announce that an exciting, new playground has been ordered for the area adjacent to the shed. The design of the new equipment is the result of an extensive consultation process involving:

  • Three playground supply companies
  • The Facilities & Environment Sub-committee of School Council
  • The Student Voice Captains
  • Year 4, 5 & 6 Student Forums

Over the course of Terms 1 & 2 a number of revisions were made to the designs culminating in a proposal which we are confident will meet the active play needs of the older students at Ormond. It is anticipated that the playground will be completed towards the end of Term 3. Associated landscaping will complete the project.


2018 Enrolments

Ormond families who have younger siblings due to start Prep in 2018 are encouraged to enrol as soon a spossible so planning can begin in Term 3. Enrolment forms are available at the front office. 


Nutritious Snacks and Lunches

This week we have the second in a series of articles which highlight healthy eating options for school snacks and lunches. I know that parents are keen for their children to eat a broad and healthy range of foods throughout the week. However, it can sometimes be difficult to come up with new and interesting ideas. This week we have included some links to healthy food websites – Healthy Eating Advisory Service. Nutrition Australia and Foost. Please take time to have a look at these and try some ideas. Healthy eating! Please check out the following.


Packing a healthy lunch box https://healthy-kids.com.au/parents/packing-a-healthy-lunchbox/

Snacks for lunch boxes https://healthy-kids.com.au/parents/packing-a-healthy-lunchbox/the-basics-to-healthy-choices/


Bon Voyage

We wish Brodie Thomson a safe and enjoyable trip over the next few weeks. Brodie will be travelling throughout France, Spain, Italy, Croatia as well as many other countries. This is a great time travel in those places! During Brodie’s absence from Ormond the Communication and Administration Officer role will be carried out by Jamie Binnion, who has had experience in working in the front office at McKinnon Secondary College.


End of Term

The End of Term Assembly will begin at 2 pm this Friday with the students dismissed at it's conclusion at 2:30pm.  The program will include ‘The Ormond News” and student performance. This will be a great way to celebrate all of the great work completed by the students. School will resume on Monday, 17th of July. Enjoy the break!



Glenn Butler


Finance and Trading Operations Subcommittee

Communication Update 

  • Finance & Trading Operations subcommittee purpose and function
  • Current financial position
  • 2017 financial activities

An important role of the School Council is to oversee the financial management of the school. In practice this is done by a group of school councilors who sit on the Finance and Trading Operations subcommittee. Together we establish a budget for the school year and monitor the school’s on-going financial position. Our other jobs are to oversee the finances of the Out of School Hours Care program and the fundraising by the Parents and Friends subcommittee.


Sitting on the sub-committee presently are Glenn Butler, Lorrie Dell and Jan Cassidy, representing the school operations and administration, and Robyn Gallagher and me, representing the parent community.


I am happy to report that Ormond Primary is in a financially secure position and this is a testament to sound management and leadership shown by Glenn and Lorrie over many years. Each year the school establishes a budget to run at a small operating surplus, and over the last few years it has managed to achieve the targeted surplus, plus a little bit more.


This sound financial position is largely due to the high number of parents who continue to pay their voluntary contributions, as well as the highly successful fundraising activities of the Parents and Friends subcommittee. When we speak with school councilors from other schools they marvel at our voluntary payment rate and fundraising success.


So I would like to take this opportunity to thank all parents for contributing in this way, and we look forward to your continuing support in the future.


In 2017 we are embarking on a number of larger projects to improve the grounds of the school, such as some new play equipment that the Facilities subcommittee will detail in the near future. I can report that the projects are fully funded out of school finances and do not involve any government funding or debt finance.


The Finance and Trading Operations subcommittee is always looking for more contributors, so if there are any parents in the community who would like to join, or simply learn more about school finances and the workings of the school, we encourage you to reach out and ask questions. The Finance and Trading Operations subcommittee looks forward to another successful year of serving the school community.


Damien Sherman

Treasurer, Ormond Primary School

Parent to Claudia (Year 6) and Charlie (Year 4)

School News

Events on Compass awaiting Approval

Magic Show 

Year 1

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Year 2

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Hands on Science - by 21st July

Year 3

Yr 3 Camp - by 7th July

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Year 4

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Bike Education - by 21st July

Year 5

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Bike Education - by 21st July
Year 5/6 Soiree 
Year 6

Bricks 4 Kids Robotics - by 19th July

Bike Education - by 21st July

Year 5/6 Soiree 

Braeside Park Bike Ride - by 14th September

Whole school
House Athletics Carnival - by 25th August


COMPASS Parent Portal


*please note that once the 'due by' date has passed the online consent function is no longer available.


Lunch Orders 

Lunch Orders will still be availble on the last day of Term 2 and the first day of Term 3.

Student Banking

A reminder that there is no student banking this week being the end of term. 


Student banking will resume in Term 3 on Thursday 27th July.

Second hand Uniform Stall

There will be a Second Hand Uniform Sale on Friday 28th July

The stall will be held in the Korean Room between 3:15pm to 3:45pm.

Cash only, please avoid large denominations as limited change will be available. No Efptos is available.

Library News

Scholastic Book Club

Please note that from Term 3, all bookclub orders will be required to be processed online, directly with Scholastic Australia. Cash orders can no longer be acccepted. 

Ormonds Got Talent

Ormonds Got Talent is an annual event showcasing performing arts talent within the school. Students from Year 3 to 6 are able to audition, and if selected will perform at our grand final performance on 2pm Thursday 29th June, in the Hall. 

The whole school is invited to watch our talented acts in the areas of singing, dance, acting, comedy,magic and music performance. 

Junior School Council

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Once again would like to take this opportunity to thank the Ormond Primary community for their incredible generosity with donations to the ASRC. Attached is a letter of appreciation that we received from ASRC. 


Prep News

On Wednesday the 31st of May and 7th June, preps had the privilege of learning about fire safety from our local fire brigade.This educational program helps children develop a basic understanding of fire safety and to view firefighters as community helpers. In the first session, the firefighters taught students about safe and unsafe fires and the procedure in case of a fire at their home (crawl down low and go, go, go). They were asked to speak with their families to work out a “Safe Meeting Place” for if there is ever a fire at home. 


On the fire brigade’s second visit all of the prep students were able to see what it was like inside a real fire truck and got to spray water from the hose (the grass at the local park was looking particularly green that day!). The students wrote stories about their time with the firemen, and they are still talking about it! Make sure to have a safe meeting place set up with your families.


Year 3 News

Year 3 Camp

The Briars Camp provides unique learning experiences which complement student school-based studies in a caring, non-competitive team environment. Students can extend themselves, both mentally and physically in the safe and confident use of specialised equipment in a range of activities. There are opportunities to grow new friendships through cabin group, meal time and camp activities leading to a growth in self-reliance, personal decision-making and responsibility. Other outcomes include growth in personal security, self-esteem and the capacity to develop positive relationships with friends and teaching staff.


The camp will take place from Thursday 17th  August Friday 18th August


The total cost of the camp is $170.00
Payments can be made in full or via a payment plan through Course Confirmation/Payments on the Compass parent portal. Parents wishing to pay in instalments need to select the 'Pay by Instalments' option. Instalments are automatically debited on the dates stated. Compass accepts Debit or Credit cards.  Alternatively, payments can be made by cash, credit or Eftpos at the office. All payment enquiries should be directed to the office on 9578 1327.

Consent and First Instalment for Camp is due by Friday 7th July. Please ensure the you return the completed Medical Consent form that has also been sent home with the students. This form can also be found in the School Documentation section on Compass or in the Resources section of this event.

Year 3/4 Soiree

There was a great amount of excitement in the air last Monday week when Year 3 & 4 held their annual concert at Glen Eira Secondary College, Performing Arts Centre. 

The concert theme was outer space and each grade performed a wonderful array of songs and dances relating to asteroids, meteors, scientists, the moon, and the especially popular… Big Bang! 


Some students shared their reflections of the night:

"The best part of the concert was the Big Bang because I did not have to sing the whole song. I loved the part when we sang, S.P.A.C.E. Space is where I got to be." - Nathan 

"When I looked into the audience all I could see was my Mum laughing so hard. She just kept laughing and laughing. We had a really fun night!"  - Lachlan 

"On the night of the concert I felt really nervous and excited. Once the song, S.P.A.C.E. was done, I felt confident but still a tiny bit nervous. My class song was Moon Dance. After the next class’ song finished, I had to do Stand Up Comet act. I really liked the concert. My whole family was there."  - Raphael

"After my grade’s song I looked up and I could see my Dad winding his arms and yelling, “Great job!”.  - George 



Year 6 News

On the 5th of June  the Year 6 students went to Camp Coonawarra for school camp.

It was a long four hour bus ride. There were 5 activity groups.

The activities we did were, archery, flying fox, climbing wall, canoeing, 9D cinema, horse riding, high ropes, low ropes, hut building, damper making, giant swing and one day we had electives.

We had activities every night. One of the activities was the lip Sync Battle.

The lip sync battle is where there was groups and they made up a dance and lip sync to the song.

Another activity we did at night was a night walk,movie night and a quiz night.


The teachers that came on camp with us was Mr Butler, Bianca,Ms Stewart, Ms Johnson, Mr Cheverton, Mr Hewett and Ms Hudson.

Overall camp was a really enjoyable experience and all the activities pushed us out of our comfort zone. Everybody had a great time.


By Kate  and Liam 


PE & Sports News

Regional Cross Country

On Monday 19th June at Ballam Park, Ormond’s highest placed cross-country runner, Caitlin L, competed in the Southern Metropolitan Regional Cross-Country competition. She had to qualified through School, District and Division competitions to compete.


Caitin competed against the best runners from Beachside, Cardinia, Greater Dandenong, Kingston Casey – North & South and the Peninsula – North & South. The top 12 place getters went on to the SSV State Championships.


After a fast & gruelling 3km, Caitlin finished 36th in a field of over 60 of Victoria’s best cross-country athletes. An amazing effort Caitlin, you’ve made Ormond proud!

Girls Soccer Gala

On Thursday 22nd June, Ormond sent 2 girls’ soccer teams to the District Soccer Day at Bailey Reserve for a fantastic day of competition. There were 8 all-girl soccer teams competing. The competition demonstrated the high level of soccer skills and game strategy amongst the girls in our local district schools.


Ormond Gold’s team work was solid. Our strong defence, talented strikers and the strong passing by the midfield players made the game hard for the opposing teams. Ormond Gold won 2 and drew 2 games, placing them 3rd overall.  Many thanks to Duncan Powell who volunteered his time on the day to coach Ormond Gold.


Ormond Green, our B team, played against tough competition all day and improved every game finishing with a draw.  They showed resilience and determination in their back-to-back games and fought each game to the end. An inspiring effort by every member of the team!

Go Ormond!


Out of School Care News

End of Term Fees

Pre End of term fees was due Wednesday 28th June. End of Term fees which includes the last two week of care will be posted to you on the holidays and will need to be paid the first week back.


After School Care Activities

Wednesday 28th     Paper Plate Frisbees

Thursday 29th        Paper Roll Super Hero’s

Friday 30th                End of Term Party


End of Term Party

On Friday 30th of June Out of Hour Care commences at 2:30pm for our End of Term Party. If you are attending on this day could you please provide a treat to contribute to the party. Donations can be dropped off at the program before Friday.


Sharelle Davis

Acting Out of School Hours Coordinator


Upcoming Meeting Dates - 7:30pm in staffroom

  • Tuesday 18th July
  • Tuesday 8th August

Save the Dates

  • Saturday 19th August  -  Trivia Night (Adults only) – Organised by Year 5
  • Friday 1st September  -  Father's Day Breakfast (Dad's & Kids) – Organised by Year 4
  • Saturday 25th November - End of Year Party (Families & Staff) – Organised by P&F 

Upcoming Event Information

Trivia Night 2017

Table Bookings for this year’s trivia night will be done via TryBooking on Friday 21st of July at 10am.  Please be prompt as it will again be a case of first in best dressed!  All table bookings will be accepted and we will do our best to accommodate all but please note that there is a chance that the last tables in will miss out if we have a huge demand (we will confirm back as soon as possible).  When booking you will be required to enter in the name of the table captain, all members of the table and at least one nominated contact for cleanup. 

Get planning!! 


Entertainment Book 2017

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.

Order forms are available in the office or you can order online at www.entbook.com.au/186r356. Paperback Book and Digital Memberships available for $70.

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 17th July 9:00am


Sophie A  -  Quality Learning

Sophie displays a positive attitude during Literacy tasks and remembers to use her 5 star writing tips to assist her. Wonderful, Sophie!

Jack A   - Quality Learning

Jack has been working hard to improve his writing skills and tries hard to colour within the lines, Well done Jack!

Elly R -  Respect

Elly sets a fantastic example of respect in our classroom. She has beautiful manners and likes to help others.

Alice M -   Quality Learning

Alice has worked on improving her writing. She is learning to create a sentence with spacing and neat handwriting. Keep it up!

Ethan H  -  Persistence

Ethan is consistently persisting with his learning and tries hard to ensure that his work is completed beautifully and on time. Keep it up, Ethan!

Oliver D -  Excellence

Oliver strives for excellence in all of his learning. He always completes his work to a high standard, well done Oliver!

Year 1

Stephanie K - Quality Learning

Stefanie has shows quality learning in spelling. When she doesn’t understand how to spell a word, she uses a dictionary are other strategies to help her. Well done Stefanie!

Hunter V  - Respect

Hunter shows excellent manners to his peers and teachers in school. He is a tremendous role model to others. Great job Hunter!

Milta L - Quality Learning

Milta has been putting a lot of effort into the presentation of her work. She recently produced a great poster on 2D shapes. Well done, Milta!

Winston G  - Persistence

Winston has been working hard in literacy recently. He has started writing more in class and produced some very interesting narratives. Nice job, WInston!

Henry B - Persistence

For achieving your goal by making sure you use a quiet voice during learning time in the classroom. Keep up the great work Henry.

Zoe W - Excellence

For consistently putting in your best efforts in the classroom. Great work Zoe.

Year 2

Ryan B  -  Quality Learning

Ryan has displayed  a positive attitude towards solving multiplication and division investigations.

Sophie H - Resilience

Sophie is showing great resilience in the yard when issues arise.

Archie G - Respect

Archie is kind, sincere and well mannered to all his classmates. A great example to others.


Sophie A -  Respect

Sophie has excellent manners and is a good model for those around her. Well done Sophie!

Year 3

Sarah L  -  Persistence

Sarah demonstrated persistence in the soiree by practicing her lines regularly as a stand-up comet. She successfully delivered her joke with confidence and a clear voice. Well done Sarah!  

Ari L M - Acceptance

Ari is a friendly member of the class who is able to work well with a range of students, despite their differences and perspectives. Well done Ari!

Jakob M - Excellence

Jakob has shown excellence during the Grade 3/4 Concert. He took pride in his whole class dance and is to be commended on his dancing skills. Well done!

Raph S  - Quality Learning

Raph displays a positive attitude towards his work. He has produced an excellent persuasive writing piece for his learning journal. Raph should be proud of himself. Well done!

Annaliese T - Excellence

Annaliese rehearsed and delivered her ‘Space Concert’ speech with excellent intonation, pace and expression. A very confident performance.Well done!

Charlie H -  Quality Learning

Charlie rehearsed his ‘Space Concert’ introduction until he was word perfect, working tirelessly to manage his pace, volume and expression. Well done!  

Year 4

Austin K - Acceptance

Austin is a great friend to many. He is welcoming when others are looking for someone to play with.

Samuel B - Persistence

Samuel displayed wonderful responsibility by learning his concert lines in order to give a slick performance.

Nic J - Respect

Nic continues to demonstrate some of the best manners in the class, He's respectful of others’ right to talk and is a fantastic listener. A model to follow.

Olivia N - Persistence

Olivia took on the challenge of Grade 3/4 Soiree comedian admirably. She worked tirelessly to remember all her lines and performed with excellence on the night, well done.

Madison D - Respect

Madison is always such a lovely, welcoming friend to everyone. She exhibits excellent manners in the classroom and works cooperatively in groups. Keep it up, Maddie.

Georgia D - Persistence

Georgia performed extremely well in our 3/4 Concert. She made the most of every opportunity to practice and and knew exactly when she was needed on stage throughout the performance. Great work, Georgia.

Year 5

 Maiko L - Respect

Maiko always displays respect to her peers and teachers alike. She treats everyone with consideration and courtesy. She is a great example of our school values. Keep it up Maiko!

Josie V - Persistence

Josie’s never give up attitude is a credit to her. She shows commitment to her work (even when challenged) and she should be proud of her efforts.

Jesse S - Quality Learning

Jesse’s attitude to learning has become increasingly positive and enthusiastic. He shows curiosity in new learning, asking questions and quickly to engaging in tasks. Outstanding effort Jesse.

Soo J - Tolerance

Soo has developed positive relationships with others in the grade. She has a fair and considerate nature, being open and inclusive towards all her peers and valuing their differences.

Year 6

Kate M - Quality Learning

Kate displays an amazing ability to focus on tasks and organise her work load.

Peter C - Persistence

Peter consistently displays persistence when working across all areas of the curriculum.

Arthur T - Quality Learning

Arthur worked very hard alongside his group during the Year 6 debating competition. His ability to quickly think on his feet contributed to his team’s overall success.  

Annabelle M - Quality Learning

Annabelle has applied herself well to all tasks throughout Term Two, and it’s been great to see her take on new challenges with enthusiasm.  



Caitlin L - 6B - Excellence

Caitlin made Ormond proud by racing with grit and determination at the Southern Metropolitan Regional Cross Country, placing 36th. What an amazing result! Well done Caitlin.

Abrielle D - 6A - Persistence

Abrielle’s energy and determination were indefatigable at the District Girls Soccer Day.


Mitch Z - PA - Persistence

For overcoming the challenge of logging onto the computer. He can now type in his username and password.

Lyla E - 1C - Excellence

For the awesome picture she designed in Microsoft Word, using shapes and colour.

Ormond Primary School
COMPASS Parent Guide 2017.pdf
'How To' - Make Parent Payments.pdf
'How To' Give Parent Consent.pdf
Letter from ASRC.pdf