|ECE Unit 1
Logan H, Aiden Q, Ella W, Joshua Z
|Lucas T, Eliana W, Lawrence Y
|Insiyah J, Mahesan T, Hugo T
|Aria F, Lewis S
|Asher D, Jordan L, Noya S, Evelyn Z
|Chang Lin L, Sahaas P
|Dylan C, Bhavit V
|Evangeline C, Rafael O, Damon S
|Emma H, Freya S, Tenshok T
|Samik B, Jake O
|Starlin H, Zoe V
|Bethany D, Conway V, Jonathan Z
|Saanvi N, Kaiden N, Emily R
|Wyatt H, Isabella S
|Mikaela M, Eliza W
|Dylan C, Anna M, Room 6, Room 7
Today is World Teacher’s Day. Hats off to teachers! We are so proud of the high caliber of teachers at CPS who are completely dedicated to educating, inspiring, and supporting our students. A huge thank you to our amazing P & C, who so generously organised some super yummy treats for morning tea. Thanks also to TheirCare for providing staff with free coffee. We are so appreciative of the generosity and care provided by our community.
Our P & C plays an integral role in helping to create an engaging school culture. We have seen over the last few years a significant decline in parent volunteers. While we acknowledge that everyone has busy lives, we encourage you to support your children by volunteering in any way you can to ensure the P & C can continue to function in the capacity families are used to. It is crucial if we intend to continue operating the canteen, uniform shop, cake stalls, and all other fundraising activities.
Year 6s are off to camp on Monday; to say they are super excited is an understatement! We hope they have an awesome time. Next week, we will also see our Year 5’s attend Ern Halliday for the annual leadership day. They will participate in various activities and take some time to reflect on what makes a good leader. This greatly supports their leadership aspirations as they head into Year 6.
We had our Board Community meeting last Monday. Please take the time to review the directions, Focus 23/24, and Data Overview.
Staff have begun the process of developing classes for 2024. Organising staffing and student placements is a highly complex process, with many factors playing a role in what the composition of classes will look like. We are governed by the funding we are provided through the department and the number of students enrolled and working within the Union Award and Agreement guidelines. Please be assured that a lot of time and effort is taken to ensure each child is placed in the best possible class that suits their social, emotional, and academic development. Please refer to the Class Placement Policy and Class Structures/FAQ on the webpage, as a guide for parents for further clarification of the processes used.
If your children are not attending CPS next year, please inform the school in writing ASAP, as late changes can affect our class structures and staffing arrangements.