Churchlands Network Workshop: Early Years of Development

Scarborough Primary School is proud to be the host of the latest workshop in the Churchlands Network Early Years series.

‘This talk will cover what your child should be doing with their hands play and thinking skills from 1-4 years.We will cover what the most critical parts are and what are the red flags. We will discuss how best to maximise your child’s development through these important early years. We will cover what toys are good for each age level and why. 

Finally we can go through areas that seem to raise much debate in modern parenting. The evening will be informative, practical and based on the latest research of what works.’

SUE BEURTEAUX, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST     

Click here to reserve your place at this workshop.

 

Churchlands Network Workshop: Early Years

Scarborough Primary School is proud to be hosting this workshop as part of the Churchlands Network Early Years series.

‘This talk will cover what your child should be doing with their hands play and thinking skills from 1-4 years.We will cover what the most critical parts are and what are the red flags. We will discuss how best to maximise your child’s development through these important early years. We will cover what toys are good for each age level and why. 

Finally we can go through areas that seem to raise much debate in modern parenting. The evening will be informative, practical and based on the latest research of what works.’

SUE BEURTEAUX, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

Click here to reserve your place at the workshop.

 

School Board Positions

The School Board is seeking 2 parents for positions on our school board.  See the School Board page of our website for more information or download the nomination form here.

For more information on the school board  check the website, come into the office for a chat or contact our board chairperson, Trisha Lee, on 0419 042 851.

 

Nominations close Friday 17 February 2017

Faction Carnival Infomation

The program of events can be downloaded here.

The Wednesday events including t- ball throw, long jump, 200m, 400m and 800m, being held on Wednesday 24 August with the rest of the carnival being running on the Friday 26 August.  We are looking forward to welcoming the Japanese School to participate in our carnival events and share games from their culture.

 

Students will need to come to school wearing their faction t-shirt and running shoes.  The program can be downloaded above.  Each student will bring home

 

As in previous years, we rely on your support to ensure the smooth running of our carnivals.

We are looking for help setting up from 7am on the Friday and some assistance with judging during the event. Please contact Dawn Jones at dawn.jones@education.wa.edu.au if you are able to help.

Friday 4th March – Students do not attend

A friendly reminder to all our families that this Friday is a School Development Day and students do not attend.
Staff will be spending the day learning about updates to the Western Australian Curriculum and preparing for implementation of the new Technologies curriculum.
Students return to school on Tuesday 8th March after the Monday public holiday.