2019 School Activity Fee
The Board of Trustees has approved a voluntary family donation of $85.00 per child, and in addition, an activity fee of $135.00.
In total, $220.00 per child is requested.
The activity fee pays for: the materials children use in specialist technology rooms; IT consumables and resources; and the range of extra curricular learning and cultural programmes that this school provides.
The Board of Trustees has decided that parents/ caregivers who pay the school donation and activity fee by 31st March 2019 will receive a stationery pack (valued at $40) for free.
Note: To get this benefit, both the school donation and activity fee (totalling $220) must be paid together. This offer ends 31 March 2019.
2019 Term Dates
Fri 1 Feb — Fri 12 April
Mon 29 April — Fri 5 July
Mon 22 July — Fri 27 September
Mon 14 October — Thur 12 December
2019 Public Holidays
Wednesday, 6 February
Friday, 19 April
Monday and Tuesday, 22-23 April
Thursday, 25 April
Monday, 3 June
Monday, 28 October
Teacher Only Days:
School hours are Monday to Friday, 8.45am to 3.10pm.
Children are permitted in the school grounds from 8.15am. All children should be at school no later than 8.35am, to allow enough time to prepare for class before the final bell.
The school has negotiated with a major school stationery supplier to purchase student stationery packs. These packs will include all stationery items that the students will need to start the school year.
School stationery packs will be distributed to students on the first day of the school year. Prompt payment for these items will be appreciated.
The safety and comfort of everyone on the bus is paramount to our school. It is very important that students travelling by bus behave appropriately and consider others at all times.
All students eligible for travel on a school bus will be allocated a bus pass.
The general rule is that your child must attend the closest school with Year 7 and 8 teaching facilities. If your child lives more than 3.2 km from school, and no alternative public transport is available, they may then be eligible for full transport assistance.
Our School Behaviour Management Expectations apply to students on their way to and from school whether they walk, bike or travel by bus.
If you would like to travel by bus to school, please read the Safety of students on school buses and fill in the Application form below.
If the student travels the full distance from home to school by private vehicle, or travels more than 2.4km to the school bus stop, he/she may be eligible for a conveyance allowance.
To determine whether your child is eligible for the transport conveyance allowance please complete the following form
Cyclists are expected to know and follow the ‘Rules of the Road’.
By law, all cyclists must wear cycle helmets. It is also a school requirement that all cyclists in school uniform must wear a fluorescent cycle vest.
Cycle stands are available in a lock up area. It is important that all cyclists use this area, and that all cycles are locked when in this vicinity.
Cyclists must walk their bikes when on the school grounds at all times.