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Parents should always feel welcome to contact the school about any questions or concerns that they might have. Many of these concerns are best dealt with through your child’s class teacher, in the first instance as they will often have the most up to date information and a particular insight into the workings and goings on in the classroom and the playground.

A telephone call before or after school might help to clarify matters or if needed the call might be used to arrange a face to face meeting.

Remember, it is important to discuss any small problems before they become large ones.

Early in first term our Welfare Co-ordinator, Ms Emma Rogers will organise a morning tea for the parents of our Prep students to come together and share our experiences and wonderings about school now that we have begun. This is a good opportunity to meet other parents, the parents of your child’s new contemporaries and friends.

The weekly school newsletter will be sent home with the child who is the eldest in your family each Tuesday. The newsletter is also available on our app. This is a great way to stay up to date with what is happening at the school.

Whole school assemblies are conducted every second Friday from approximately 9:10. Our assemblies always begin with prayer and the Gospel. All parents and friends of the school are invited to attend these assemblies and this is another great way to stay informed about the priorities and plans at the school. Assembly is usually followed by a cuppa and some morning tea if you have the time. – A great way to catch up with other parents and build some new friendships.



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