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Sun Smart – Update

 
To assist with the implementation of this policy, staff and students are encouraged to access the daily local sun protection times at sunsmart.com.au,  or via the free SunSmart app.
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Prep/Year 1/Year 2 – Lunchtime Disco (Friday 2nd June)

A reminder of the lunchtime ‘Disco’ for children in Prep/Year 1/Year 2 this Friday 2nd June between 1:15pm and 2:10pm.

Children in these year levels are invited to come along with a ‘Gold Coin’ entry fee assisting in raising funds for the Kingsley Park Wakakirri Team.

Children in Prep/Year 1/Year 2 may come to school in casual dress – please remember no face painting or hair colouring.

There will be lots of fun, prizes and dancing !

School Open Night – Tonight (Wednesday 24th May)

Education Week 2017

A reminder to our families and friends that tonight is the open night at school between 6:00pm and 7:00pm

School tours will also be available for new families considering Kingsley Park for their children , commencing at 6pm from the school office.

During the open night, the Book Fair will also be available for viewing in the resource centre. There are a large selection of books available for purchase, levelled at all ages and across a wide price range. Something for everyone!

You’re invited to our MONSTER Book Fair!

We are once again running our Book Fair in conjunction with Education Week. There will be a large  selection of books available for purchase, levelled at all ages and across a wide price range. Something for everyone! The theme for this year’s Fair is PIRATES so throughout the week there will be a focus on this topic across the school, including a Dress Up day on Tuesday 23rd May with a PIRATE focus!  Children are invited to dress up as a pirate — from a book, a movie or maybe an imaginary pirate. Join in the fun  – be as quirky, weird or strange as you like!

 

A3 Book Fair Flyer 2017 PDF

 

Camps, Sports and Excursion Fund (CSEF)

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The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) commenced in 2015 for four years and provides payments for eli​gible students to attend camps, sports and excursions. ​​​​​The Victorian Government’s $148 million initiative helps ensure all Victorian students can take part in school trips and sporting activities. CSEF a​​pplications for 2017 are required no later than Wednesday 28th June to ensure the cut off of Friday 30th June is met. Parents or​ legal guardians are required to submit a CSEF application form to their child’s school.

Eligibility

Families holding a valid means-tested concession card or temporary foster parents are eligible to apply. $125 per year is paid for eligible primary school students, with $225 per year paid for eligible secondary school s​tudents. A speci​​al consideration eligibility category also exists. Payments are made directly to the school and are tied to the student.

Criteria 1 – Eligibility

To be eligible for the fund, a parent or legal guardian of a student attending a registered Government or non-government Victorian primary or secondary school must:

  • on the first day of Term one, or;
  • on the first day of Term two;

    a) Be an eligible beneficiary within the meaning of the State Concessions Act 2004, that is, be the holder of a Veterans Affairs Gold Card or be an eligible Centrelink Health Care Card (HCC) or Pensioner Concession Card (PCC) holder, OR

    b) Be a temporary foster parent, and

    c) Submit an application to the school by the due date.

Parents who receive a Carer Allowance on behalf of a child, or any other benefit or allowance not income tested by Centrelink, are not eligible for the CSEF unless they also comply with one of (a) or (b) above.

Criteria 2 – Be of school age and attend a Victorian school

School is compulsory for all Victorian children aged between six and 17 years of age.

For the purposes of CSEF, students may be eligible for assistance if they attend a Victorian registered primary or secondary school. Typically, these students are aged between five and 18 years.

CSEF is not payable to students attending pre-school, kindergarten, home schooled, or TAFE.

Eligibility date

CSEF eligibility will be subject to the parent/legal guardian’s concession card successfully validating with Centrelink on either the first day of term one or term two.

Term one validation

If the parent/legal guardian’s concession card successfully validates on the first day of term one, the application will be processed and the full annual payment will be made to the school from March, 2017.

For applications which fail the term one validation, but become vali​​d on the first day of term two, the application will be processed and annual payment will be made to the school during term two.

Payment Amounts

The amount payable for eligible primary and secondary students is:

  • $125 for Primary school students.
  • $225 for Secondary school students.

Payment timing

The CSEF is an annual payment to the school of the eligible applicant.

The CSEF will be available for schools to enter application information into the online CSEF web system from term one each year.

CSEF payments will be processed directly to schools with the majority of payments to commence from March, 2017 onwards. The CSEF system will remain open during term one and term two for applications to be added.

CSEF payments are for the application year and cannot be claimed retrospectively for prior years.

 

 

 

 

Advising the school of your child’s absence

TIQBIZ is the preferred option of advising the school of your child’s absence.

Please download the TIQBIZ app from the App Store for use on phone and tablet devices.

Once dowloaded, five easy steps will enable access to the app where families are notified of news, messages, events and other communications. There is also a clearly identified option of advising a students absence.

  • Step 1 : Download Tiqbiz from your app store
  • Step 2 : Register
  • Step 3 : Search for – Kingsley Park Primary School – find and tick this option
  • Step 4 : ‘Tick’ the boxes which apply to you – when selected these become green and you’re connected
  • Step 5 : Click on the inbox icon – this is where you will receive instant messages, newsletters, notices and calendar events

If you are unable to access the TIQBIZ app, please ensure prompt communication is made via the school office on the day of your child’s absence.

The school office telephone number is 9789 0077.

Curriculum News

Prep Communication

Communication Boards

Our Prep Communication Board is on display in the Prep Gallery. We also have Communication Boards specific to each class on display in classrooms.

Term Overviews

Module Newsletters

Smart Goals

Junior School Communication

Communication Boards

Please read our communication walls displayed outside each classroom to find out what we are learning.


Term Overviews

Module Newsletters

Topics

Term 2 – Dinosaurs
This term we have been travelling back in time to learn all about dinosaurs.

Did you know…?

  • A tyrannosaurus rex could run 8 metres per second.
  • Pterodactyls are not dinosaurs. They are flying reptiles.
  • Stegosaurus had a brain the size of a walnut.

Middle School Communication

I Can Statements

Module Newsletters

Senior School Communication

Communication Board:

Please remember to look at our Year 6 Communication Board with all the information about the Year 6 Module, including Smart Goals and our learning focuses.

Term Overviews

Module Newsletters

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