Pre Sale Tickets Available NOW!!!Giant Water Slide, Bouncy Castle, Dunking Machine + Raffle Tickets

 The GIANT 18m WATERSLIDE, BOUNCY CASTLE and DUNKING MACHINE are a must for kids and adults.

Pre-sale unlimited ride tickets are only:

  $15 per person for 1 to 3 All Day Passes (purchased at the same time)

  $13 per person for a group of 4-6 All Day Passes (purchased at the same time)

  $12 per person for a group of 7 All Day Passes (purchased at the same time)

Buy in bulk and save!

On the day of the Fete tickets are $5 per ride or $20 per person for unlimited rides.

There are also some amazing RAFFLE PRIZES and tickets are only 50c each or 3 for a $1.

Tickets can be purchased outside Room 1/2 and Room 3/4 before and after school.

National Asbestos Awareness Month

 
 
 
National Asbestos Awareness Month and www.asbestosawareness.com.au alerts Australians to the dangers of asbestos during home renovations and maintenance by educating them about where asbestos might be found in and around homes and how to manage it safely.
Whether constructed of weatherboard, brick, fibro or has exterior cladding, asbestos can be found in and around 1 -in- 3 homes built or renovated before 1987.
Asbestos can be found in kitchens, bathrooms, laundries,under floor covering, behind wall and floor tiles, in cement floors, internal and external walls, ceilings,
garages, eaves, fences, extensions and sheds. Asbestos could be anywhere!Don’t play renovation roulette!
Go Slow! Asbestos ,it’s a NO GO!
Download the Healthy House Checklist at asbestosawareness.com.au

City Of Melville – Merge Festival

The Merge Festival will be awash with hundreds of Swan River Jellyfish.

Community artist, Jill O’Meehan has delivered workshops to primary schools across the city. Under her guidance, students have worked together to create jellyfish from found and recycled materials. It’s a spectacle not to be missed!

Saturday, 18 November, 1.00pm to 9.00pm at the City of Melville Civic Centre, Booragoon.

 

2018 Class Allocations – Requests have now closed

Dear Parents

Each year the school undertakes a thoughtful and considered process for the establishment of classes and the allocation of students to those classes. The staff need to consider the following:

  • Maximum class sizes (sometimes creating split classes)
  • Gender balance
  • Ability balance
  • Siblings
  • Social groupings

This process provides balanced classes and a balanced school.

As part of clear processes, we also like to provide parents with the opportunity to bring to our attention any issues that may be pertinent. We may be able to consider this in class allocations.

Click here for the predicted model for 2018. Models can change according to the number and make up of students who are actually enrolled in January 2018.

Please either e-mail your request to Leeming.PS@education.wa.edu.au or complete the 2018 Class Preference form.

Thanking You

Clive

VacSwim 2017-18

 

Enrol your children now in VacSwim swimming lessons during the summer school holidays.

With swimming pools and beaches a part of the Western Australian lifestyle, ensuring your children learn how to swim and are safe in the water is a must for all families.

Your children can join in the fun of learning to swim in lessons run at pools and open water venues across the State. VacSwim is for all children – from beginners through to advanced survival, rescue and resuscitation.

Your children can learn to swim for just: 

  • $7.00 per child for a five day short program
  • $13.00 per child for all other programs.

It’s even cheaper if you have three or more children:

  • $18.00 a family for a five day short program
  • $35.00 a family for all other programs.

To find out more about VacSwim and to enrol online please visit education.wa.edu.au/swimming.

Enrol your children now in VacSwim swimming lessons during the summer school holidays.

With swimming pools and beaches a part of the Western Australian lifestyle, ensuring your children learn how to swim is a must for all families

Your children can join in the fun of learning to swim in lessons run at pools and open water venues across the State. VacSwim is for all children – from beginners through to advanced survival, rescue and resuscitation.

Your children can learn to swim for just: 

  • $7.00 per child for a five day short program
  • $13.00 per child for all other programs.

It’s even cheaper if you have three or more children:

  • $18.00 a family for a five day short program
  • $35.00 a family for all other programs.

To find out more about VacSwim and to enrol online please visit the website.

 

 

 

Zonta House Refuge Association – Community Donations Needed

             

On 16 – 29 October we are appealing to staff and the community for donations of new and/or used items to Zonta House Refuge Association. 

Statistics show that domestic and family violence is most likely to be committed by men against women. Domestic and family violence is a pattern of abusive behaviour in an intimate relationship or family relationship where one person assumes a position of power over another and causes fear. Donations will help support women over the age of 18 who are in Zonta’s crises centre, transitional housing and women who have moved into their own safe and stable accommodation.

The 1800respect information and telephone counselling service is available 24/7: 1800 737 732.

 What can I donate?

They are currently in need of these items.

NEW ITEMS NEW AND/OR USED ITEMS
Slippers Dressing Gowns
PJ’s (all sizes) Suitcases
Bed socks Notebooks/pens
Water bottles Purses
Hats USB’s
Bras (all sizes) Phone chargers
Thongs Photo frames
Headphones  

 

Where can I drop off my donations?

 Donations boxes will be placed around the City of Melville from 16 – 29 October. Below is a timetable of where the donation boxes will be available.

Date Location Box number
16 – 22 October Willagee IGA 1
16 – 22 October Bull Creek Shopping Centre 2
16 – 22 October Civic Square Library 3
23 – 29 October Willagee IGA 1
23 – 29 October Blue Gum Community Centre 2
23 – 29 October Civic Centre – Main Building 3

Items will be collected at the end of each week and brought to Zonta House headquarters.

Visit the Zonta House website for more information.

Shannon Cheetham
Casual Project Officer
Shannon.Cheetham@melville.wa.gov.au
www.melvillecity.com.au

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Scholastic Book Club – Issue 7 – Orders due Thursday 26th October 2017

Book Club Issue # 7catalogues have arrived.   

Your child will soon be bringing home the latest catalogue.

Our school receives 20% of sales as reward dollars….so consider placing an order.

Cash and cheque orders can be left at the front office in the letter box labelled “Book Club”.

 If paying by CASH:

Correct money must be enclosed in a labelled envelope. No change can be given.

Ensure you correctly fill out the order form with your child’s name, room number                and a contact phone number.

If paying by CHEQUE:

Please make cheques payable to “Scholastic Australia” and attach this to your order form.

LOOP orders are accepted online.  See catalogue for details.

 www.scholastic.com.au/LOOP 

Spare catalogues are available from the front office wall display and the library.

All orders for Issue # 7 are due by 3pm, on   Thursday 26th October.

Please forward any queries to Michelle Redman

laladily@hotmail.com

0412 217 792

Sports Carnival Cake Stall – Volunteers Needed

At the Sports Carnival

Wednesday 18th October 2017

Volunteers Needed!

Dear Parents,

This year our Graduating class is holding a cake stall at the Sports Carnival, and we need all bakers! Anyone able to contribute goods please bring to the Canteen at school pick up on Tuesday 17th or before school on the morning of the carnival.

Please list ingredients on the items to inform people with allergies.

Additionally, we require parents to volunteer their time to run the cake stall on the day.

If you are able to fill a timeslot below please write your name in the Roster which will be put outside Room 1 or write your name on a Facebook post re: SportsCarnivalCanteenHelp and Tag @AngelsGilabert.

 

9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00
12:00-1:00 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00