Apr 03

2018 Poseidon Primary Annual Report

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Apr 02

Newsletter Vol. 4

Dear Parents and Friends,

We had the opportunity to celebrate Pam Marsden’s retirement as a cleaner attached to Poseidon Primary School.  Pam has had a long standing career of 30 years as a cleaner attached to the Education Department, of which 16 years of dedicated service was to our school.

We thank Pam for all her hard work and her assistance to lead the “dream cleaning team”.  She has set very high standards for our school, providing a beautiful clean environment for our staff and students, an important aspect of helping everyone enjoy their working and learning environment.

We wish Pam all the very best for a long, happy and enjoyable retirement spent doing all the things that she dreamed of and enjoys.

With best wishes,

Melissa Guy
PRINCIPAL

Phone:  9307 2356
E-Mail:  Melissa.Guy@education.wa.edu.au

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Mar 19

Newsletter Vol. 3

Dear Parents and Friends,

Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

Special activities and events have been planned in all classes this week to celebrate Harmony Week. We invite students to wear Orange clothing and or accessories on Harmony Day, Thursday March 21 to celebrate the day. Thank you to all our parents and community members who are assisting our staff members this week. We appreciate your help to make this a fantastic event at our school.

We regret to inform you that Mr Luke Kavcic has accepted a teaching position in Carnarvon; therefore, we are in the process to appoint another suitable Phys Ed specialist as soon as possible for the remainder of the year.

With best wishes,

Melissa Guy
PRINCIPAL

Phone:  9307 2356
E-Mail:  Melissa.Guy@education.wa.edu.au

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Mar 05

Newsletter Vol. 2

Dear Parents and Friends,

We were delighted by the response of parents and guardians who attended our Parent Information Sessions that our Teachers presented last week.

We were pleased we achieved our aim of presenting you with the way each class conducts business.  This included a glimpse of processes, procedures, communication and ways in which you can assist your children with learning.

Many thanks to the parents who saw immediately the value of extending teacher contact by scheduling interviews.  We consider these interviews vital in setting up a knowledge base on your child from which we can cater to their individual needs.

These meetings will also assist the teacher to bring any possible further assessments to our attention.  Please make an appointment with Teachers to discuss any issues in which we can assist your child.

With best wishes,

Melissa Guy
PRINCIPAL

Phone:  9307 2356
E-Mail:  Melissa.Guy@education.wa.edu.au

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Feb 19

Newsletter Vol. 1

Dear Parents and Friends,

Welcome Back to Academic Year 2019

It was a delight to welcome our children back for the Academic Year 2019 on Monday 4 February. As we have come to expect they were beautifully dressed in FULL uniform.

Thank you parents and caregivers for ensuring that our school continues to stand out with our dress code, behaviour and academic performance.

Thank you also for ensuring that all items on the Booklists were provided. Class teachers, depending on the age of the children, make a decision to “pool” stationery and set up a sharing system or ask children to only bring items they require immediately in their pencil cases.

The main cause to celebrate is that our children are well settled in their new rooms, making new friends and playing with long standing friends before school, and during recess and lunch.

Please note children will need to be supervised by parents whilst playing on the school grounds after school. Parents of Pre Primary and Kindergarten children are also asked to watch their non-school age children closely as they have in the past used equipment that has been set up for particular use in the classroom and in the school yard.

With best wishes,

Melissa Guy
PRINCIPAL

Phone:  9307 2356
E-Mail:  Melissa.Guy@education.wa.edu.au

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