Dear Parents and families,
The term has certainly flown by.
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending camp with Neela and Cooper (and the Mallee School Year 5 and 6’s). The behaviour of all students was superb. As always, the students were respectful to everyone around them and so willing to engage 100% in all activities. The teaching staff that attended the camp were certainly proud of every single student.
A huge thank you to Mrs Stirk, Mrs Giliomee and Mrs Sills for making the camp run smoothly. Also, a big thankyou to the staff at Point Walter who looked after us for the three days.
As Term 4 approaches, I would like to introduce you to Miss Martino as the Principal of Scaddan Primary School for Term 4. Miss Martino currently works at Como Primary School in Perth. I know that Miss Martino will have a fantastic time as Principal of Scaddan Primary School.
To the whole community I would like to say thank you for all of your support over 2020. Have an amazing Term 4 and I look forward to seeing you all in 2021.
Well done to our Values Star, Merit Certificate, Aussie of the Month and SCRIBIT recipients.
Aussie of the Month
Showing respect to our resources and others work. He always helps to tidy up any areas in our Kindy Room and notices little jobs he can do to help others.
Assembly Report - Thursday 3rd September
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. It is great to see so many people here today. The student forum will be talking about some previous and upcoming events that will be taking place.
On Thursday 21st September, some of the Year 4 and 6 students will be attending the Numero Competition at Castletown Primary School. Our team name is Scaddan Smurfs (the whole school voted for the team name).
On Friday 18th September, the PP to 6 students will be going to Salmon Gums Primary School for Interschool Carnival practice. Our team name is Mallee North. We are all excited about competing with Salmon Gums. Mr Jake will also be attending and teaching us some more dance moves.
The Three Way Conferences will be held on Monday 14th September. For 15 minutes, a student, their parent and the students teacher will all meet to discuss the amazing work that has taken place.
Thank you for listening to our last student forum report for the year as we will be preparing for the End of Year Concert.
Thank you so much to the Junior students for their assembly. We all really enjoyed your performance based on ‘The Wrong Book’ by Nick Bland. It was very funny and we were all impressed by the way that you all expressed yourselves clearly.
Three Way Conferences
The Three Way Conferences were held yesterday. Thank you to the staff and especially the students for the way they led the meetings. We hope that parents were able to see and hear about the great work that the students have been doing.
The P&C have been really busy fundraising on behalf of the students. In the last few weeks the P&C have raised $682.00 at the RAM sale; thank you to those parents who were involved. Also, a huge thank you to P&C for their significant donation towards the new library furniture; it is going to look fantastic.
Good luck to Caitlyn, Charlie, Cooper and Neela as they head down to Castletown Primary School for the Numero competition.
The School Bushfire emergency plan will be sent home today with your child. The staff have been talking through the drills with their classes. From now through to the end of the year, several drills will be held to ensure that as a school we are prepared for any event.
Scaddan Bushfire Brigade visit
Tuesday 22 September we will have Mr Nigel Norwood from Scaddan Bushfire Brigade bringing the fire truck to our school and talking about fire safety. We are all very excited and can't wait to see him.
School Development Day
Monday 12th October is a student free day. Staff will be working together on a number of areas in preparation for the term ahead.
Don’t forget that the first day back (Tuesday 13th October) is School Photos. With fresh uniforms (formal white shirt) and new haircuts, I am sure that the photos will look amazing.
Triple P (fear-less) workshop
A reminder that the Triple P workshop is taking place at the Grass Patch Hall at 12.00pm on Thursday 15th October. Thank you to those parents who have expressed a wish to attend.
The combined team of Scaddan PS and Salmon Gums PS (under the banner of Mallee North) will be heading over to Condingup Primary School on Friday 23rd October. Good luck to all of the competitors
Training and Director General meeting
I will be in Kalgoorlie attending HRMIS professional learning on Wednesday 16th September. Also, on Monday 21st September myself and other Principals from the Goldfields will be meeting the Director General in Kalgoorlie.
Registration will be open from Now until Friday the 18th September.
There are TWO links for registration this year, one being for Junior Basketball and the second one is if you are registering for Junior Basketball using Kid Sport. If you are using Kid Sport, you will need to request a code from Kid Sport BEFORE registering online.
Just a reminder to all parents that when registering your child REMEMBER to edit the height and year at school your child is in.
Aussie Hoop Registration will be coming soon.
Below are the links if you are able to post them on digital media.
Link One Junior Basketball Registration: Link 1 Junior Basketball Registration
Link Two Junior Basketball Registration using Kid Sport: Link 2 Junior Basketball with Kid Sport
Registration is also open on the Esperance Junior Basketball Facebook Page.
Dental Health Services would like to advise that due to COVID and other factors our scheduled dental visits this year have obviously been delayed.
We are currently recruiting for a dentist for the Dental Mobile and we will notify the schools and communities of planned dates as soon as possible.
If you have any concerns regarding your child’s dental care in the meantime please contact the Esperance Dental Therapy Centre on 90 711781 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scaddan Country Club News
Snippets from the latest Scaddan Country Club meeting held on 6 September 2020.
Snippets from Scaddan Country Club meeting held 11 August 2020.
As a school, we are required to work towards improving the attendance of our students. There are a so many important reasons why your child needs to attend school regularly. By regularly, we mean above 90% of the time (no more than five absent days per term). Of course there are always exceptions to this when children need to take time off school for perfectly acceptable reasons.
What should I do if my child is away from school?