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STRADBROKE SCHOOL NEWSLETTER
Koonga Avenue, Rostrevor, SA 5073
Excellence and Achievement in a Supportive School Environment
Principal:
Telephone:
Fax:
email:
website:
Out of School Hours Care:
Director:
CRICOS Provider Number:
Anne Lamont
8337 2861/8337 5349
Student Absence Ph: 8365 5621
8337 0041
[email protected]
www.stradsch.sa.edu.au
8365 5677
Rebecca MacQueen
00018A
16th October, 2014
WELCOME BACK TO TERM 4
OCTOBER
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Mon 13
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Thurs 16
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Fri 17
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Mon 20
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Tues 21 -Thur 23
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Fri 24
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Mon 27 – Fri 31
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Wed 29
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Fri 31
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Term 4 begins
Year 7 Aquatics
R-2 Assembly, 12:15pm
Year 6 Aquatics
Book Fair in Resource Centre
Year 3-7 Assembly, 12:15pm
Last day to order 2015 year 7
polo top
Multicultural Week
Governing Council Meeting
World Teachers’ Day
NOVEMBER
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Mon 3
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Wed 5 – Fri 7
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Fri 7
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Mon 10
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Tues 11
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Fri 14
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Fri 21
Tues 25
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Last day for 2015 class requests
PYP Evaluation
Year 3-7 Assembly 12.15pm
Pupil Free Day
Year 3-7 Sports Day
R-7 Fun Run
Orientation Visit for 2015
reception children
Thank you Morning Tea for
Volunteers
DECEMBER
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Mon 1 – Fri 5
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Tues 2
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Mon 8
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Wed 10
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Year 4 & 5 Swimming Lessons
JP Christmas Sing Along
Year 7 Graduation
End of year reports sent home
Last day to order 2015 year 7
windcheater
Ice Block and Slushy sales
The canteen will be open
each Wednesday after school
Starting Wednesday 22nd October
3.10pm – 3.25 pm
Welcome back to term 4. This term we welcome back Tanya Scanlan and Rina
Burke from Long Service Leave. Thank you to Carol Schofield, Rosalie Yeend
and Louise Iannucci for filling in while they were away.
We’ve had four teachers officially appointed to our school into vacancies
advertised in term 3. Congratulations to Debbie Bishop (Yr 3-7 Specialist PE
teacher) and to Lia Francescangeli, Kylie Shipard and Olivia Crinion on their
appointments as classroom teachers.
World Teachers Day is celebrated in Australia on the last Friday in October.
This year we will celebrate and recognise the contribution of our teachers on
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Friday 31 October. Positive feedback from parents and students is always
gratefully received by teachers. If you would like to acknowledge your child’s
teachers (classroom and specialist) please talk with your children about
writing a note or talking with their teacher/s about what they value,
appreciate and respect.
At the last assembly in term 3 we talked about children spending some of
their holidays outside enjoying nature. It has been great hearing about the
many outdoor adventures this week. Camping trips, bike rides, fishing, beach
walks and visiting playgrounds were highlights for many children. Thank you
to the Stradbroke families for encouraging your children to be active in the
great outdoors. These are the activities that make great childhood memories.
PLANNING FOR 2015
This term is a busy term with lots of special events including Year 3-7 Sports
day, year 7 Graduation, ZooSnooze for year 3 classes, swimming lessons, JP
Sing-along, the PYP Evaluation, PE Week & Multicultural Week. Behind the
scenes there are many hours of work in developing the school budget and
planning classes for 2015. Enclosed with this newsletter is information about
the process of developing classes for next year. Please read this information
carefully and return any information required by Monday 3 November.
HATS
In term 4 all students are required to wear broad
brimmed, bucket or legonnaires hats (that cover
the face, back of neck and ears) when outside.
Children without a hat will need to play under a
fixed shade area. Please ensure your child has a
hat for term 4.
Tues 21st-Thurs 23rd October
Book Fair in Resource Centre
HIGH ACHIEVER
9.30am Friday 24th October
Last day to order and pay for
year 7 polo top for 2015.
Congratulations to Artyom Makagon who won a bronze medal in the 10 year
long jump event at the SAPSASA State Athletics Championships.
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STRADBROKE FUN RUN
Stradbroke School will be holding an
adidas School Fun-Run/Walk as a major
fundraising event this term. The event
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will be held at School on Friday 14
November.
The adidas School Fun-Run is a healthy, fun and active
fundraiser that ensures we send the right message to our
students about getting active, having fun and maintaining a
healthy lifestyle. The main focus of this event is on
participation. Family support is most appreciated as we
encourage all students to get involved.
On Friday all students will receive a Sponsorship Form to help
collect sponsorship on behalf of the school. The funds raised
will be used to upgrade school facilities and resources.
We ask all parents to read the Sponsorship Form and sign the
front page to grant permission to fundraise and participate in
this event. Students who raise just $10 or more will receive a
reward for effort.
Thank you, good luck and happy fundraising!
Stradbroke School Fundraising Committee.
REVIEW OF UNIFORM & DRESS CODE POLICY
Last term the Uniform Committee surveyed Stradbroke
families to gather information for the review of the Uniform &
Dress Code Policy. Thank you to the 71 families who responded
to the survey and provided great feedback.
The next step is to incorporate the feedback into an updated
policy which will then be distributed through a school
newsletter. Some of the survey feedback that families may be
interested in knowing includes:
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48% of families do not want the new school dress. Many
families liked the design and colour however the dress was
considered to be too expensive. The Uniform Committee
will be keeping the current school dress (available through
the Uniform Shop and local department stores) in the
updated policy.
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78% of families liked the new two-tone long sleeve polo
design. The Uniform Committee will be including the new
two-tone long sleeve polo top in the updated policy. The
plain long sleeve navy polo will also stay as this is available
from the Uniform Shop and local department stores.
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78% of families (with children in year 6) responded that
they would buy a seniors polo top for year 7. Fittings and
order forms have been arranged. This polo top and the
year 7 windcheater are optional items for year 7 students.
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60% of families do not want denim jeans/shorts to be
included in the Uniform & Dress Code Policy. The Uniform
Committee will be removing denim from the updated
policy.
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There were 54 comments about shoes and 42 of these
comments recommended either keeping the current policy
or further restricting the colours. The Uniform Committee
will consider this feedback when updating the policy.
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There was also feedback provided about hair accessories
and ideas for generating and maintaining family support
for the Uniform & Dress Code Policy.
The Uniform Committee includes parent representatives: Heidi
Smith, Adele Steel, Bronwyn Stephens, Amanda Zbierski, Sonia
from the Uniform Shop, Jean McGuire (Business Manager) and
Anne Lamont. Please talk with any of the people listed if you
have any questions.
NORWOOD MORIALTA HS ROWING
Year 7 students who are
attending NMHS next year
are invited to �Come and
Try’ rowing. The sessions
are held at the NMHS
Boatshed, Festival Drive,
Adelaide from 9:30-11:30 am on:
Sunday 19th October
Sunday 2nd November
Sunday 16th November
Sunday 26th October
Sunday 9th November
Sunday 23rd November
The �Come and Try’ days are a great opportunity for students
to meet each other as well as meet current students and
coaches. Whilst you don’t have to attend all sessions, attend as
many as you can, as you will get your confidence up and you
will get to know many of NMHSs current rowers. Please wear
shorts, t-shirt and a hat (shoes that are easily removed such as
thongs are a good idea to protect feet when carrying the boat),
sports shoes are needed for the gym sessions. To register an
interest please contact Emily Laidin NMHS Rowing Manager on
Ph: 8365 0455 during school times or Lucy Pisaniello at
[email protected]
YEAR 7 TRANSITION DATES
Marryatville High School
Valley View Secondary School
Glenunga International High School
Norwood Morialta High School
Urrbrae Agricultural High School
Charles Campbell College
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Mon 17 November
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Thurs 27 November
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Fri 28 November
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Mon 1 December
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Tues 9 December
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Wed 10 December
YEAR 7 GRADUATION
In Term 2, the Year 7 students and staff
began discussing the 2014 Year 7
Graduation. This included an invitation to
parents, in the newsletter, to provide
information and feedback regarding ideas
for the Year 7 Graduation celebration.
Through class discussions, students generated possible options
for this year’s graduation. Students were asked to continue this
discussion with their parents for homework and provide
feedback to their classroom teacher. Thank you to those
families who provided valuable feedback.
As a result of these discussions and family feedback, the Year 7
Graduation Ceremony will be held at the Rostrevor Baptist
Church, where family and friends are welcome to attend. This
will be followed by a dinner-dance at the Campbelltown City
Soccer and Social Club for the graduating students. Parents and
caregivers are invited to join the Year 7 students later in the
evening as they cut the Graduation Cake and perform a few
dances they’ve learned from the Footsteps dance program;
this will include an opportunity for parents to dance with their
child.
A newsletter providing more information will be distributed to
families of Year 7 students.
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YEAR 1 /2 CAMP
Over the last few years the year 1 & 2 classes at Stradbroke
have been involved on a biennial basis, in an Outdoor
Education camp experience at Arbury Park Outdoor Education
Centre. This year we hoped to be able to continue this biennial
program. The process involves completing and sending a
booking application at the beginning of the year, after which
the staff at the centre review the applications and decide
which schools will be involved in the program at Arbury Park
for the year. This year there were many more applications than
weeks available. As there was a Stradbroke year 1 & 2 camp in
2012 and many applications this year were from schools which
have not previously been to Arbury Park, our application was
unsuccessful therefore there will not be a year 1 & 2 camp this
year.
SPECIALIST MUSIC LESSONS FOR 2015
At Stradbroke, we offer specialist instrumental music lessons
for year 3-7 students. Years 3-7 can learn
violin, viola or cello. Years 5-7 can also
learn classical guitar. If you are in Years 2
– 6 and are interested as a beginner or
continuing for 2015, please collect a
consent form from the front office and
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return by Friday 31 October.
LOST STROLLER
We have in the Front office a stroller that was left on the side
of the road last term. A lady has handed it to us. If it is yours
can you please come into the front office and see Anona or
Kathy.
Welcome back to Term 4.
Week 2
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Week 3
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Irina Bal (FR3),Carmen Anderson
(FR3), Ariyana Dhillon(FR3)
Fotini Dimas (FR3), Dasha Havrilenko
(FR3), Fotini Tatsis (FR5)
Michael Lombardi (FR3), Hamza
Hamden (FR3), Max Mercer (FR3)
Parveena Kaur (FR3), Sune Myburgh
(FR3), Jasmine Phillips (FR3)
RESOURCE CENTRE
Scholastic Book Fair
Next week we are hosting a Scholastic Book Fair in our
school Resource Centre. We have had several in the past but
not for a few years. Basically a 'book shop' is set up in the
library with a range of books available for purchase. They are
appropriate for the age range of year levels in our school and
cover many interests and price ranges. There are also cheap
options for purchase like novelty erasers and pens. A
percentage of sales is retained by the school which will go
towards funding the upgrade of the circulation desk and
administration work area.
The fair will run from Tuesday 21 October to Thursday 23
October. Each class will have a time to visit on Tuesday or
Wednesday to see what is available and children can record a
wish list to bring home and discuss with you. There is no
pressure to have to buy anything and we will include that point
in our conversations with classes. Thursday is the only day for
purchasing and teachers will only send over the children who
wish to buy an item and have money with them.
The slushy machine is up and running to the delight of the
children $1.00 per cup.
Parents are welcome to attend on Thursday if they prefer to
look at the resources and handle the money themselves on
behalf of their child. It is also a chance to purchase a book as a
gift for your child for Christmas or other significant event. As a
parent you can access the Book Fair between the hours of
8.30am and 3.45pm; however it won't be open at recess or
lunchtime.
Wednesday afternoon from 3.10pm to 3.25pm starting Wed
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22 October, we will be open once again for ice blocks and
slushy sales. The weather is starting to warm up, so we hope
everyone enjoys this treat before the trip home.
Payment options include cash or EFTPOS facilities. The wish list
students bring home also has information about paying online
and recording the receipt number so the student can bring it in
and receive the book.
The new Term 4 menu will be included in this week’s
newsletter. A few exciting changes have been introduced
including “chicken burgers“ for $5.00 and new salad plates for
$6.00. We hope the students and staff enjoy them.
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During Multicultural Week from 27 - 31 October, as a lunch
treat we will be offering “Nachos” all week (corn chips, salsa,
cheese and sour cream) for $4.50. Keep this in mind during the
week as order forms will not go home.
Books are stocked in multiples and can be taken when
payment is made. Where a title proves to be popular and we
run out of stock we will endeavor to fill the order as soon as
possible.
The winter treats such as wedges are no longer available.
Resource Centre Staff
In term 4 we would normally reintroduce sushi. Unfortunately
due to Marisa’s surgery and recovery time we are unable to
offer this menu item this term. We would like to wish Marisa a
speedy recovery and look forward to her return in 2015.
Emma Green, Teacher Librarian, Stradbroke School
As always, if you are available to help in the canteen please let
me know; the days we need help are Thursday and Friday.
Kate Majewski, Canteen Manager
STRADBROKE PE LESSONS WEEK 2 AND 3
During PE lessons week 2 and 3, all students will be walking to
Morialta Park. We would like students to bring a small
backpack, drink bottle, snacks, hat and good walking shoes. If
any parents are available to walk with us can they see the class
teacher.
Thanks Debbie Bishop and Kay Mathie
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ACTIVE AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS
Wednesday night’s 4.15pm – 5.15pm Athletics - Reception to
Year 7.
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Yr 4/5 B Basketball played on 15 October 2014
Stradbroke Kookaburras 11 defeated by East Marden Wildcats
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Excellent game, great team effort by all players.
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Activities will start on Wednesday 22 October. Please
collect forms from Mel at the Student Services Office.
CRICKET
Cricket season commences in Term 4. Cricket is played on a
Saturday morning at local schools. This year the season
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commences on Saturday October 25 term 4.
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Yr 6/7 Basketball played on Monday 22 September 2014
Stradbroke Allstars 48 defeated SJ Jets 39
Great game especially when Peter accidently ran out of the
stadium.
Coach’s award: Michael Lombardi for strong rebounds. Peter
Minervini for outstanding speed.
There are three age-appropriate competitions. Kanga Cricket
(Year 2/3), Junior Cricket (Year 4/5) and Senior Cricket (Year
6/7).
FUTSAL
These competitions aim to capture the children moving out of
the MILO in2CRICKET program and involve them in their own
cricket team. Young cricketers receive a good grounding in the
skills and are ready to move into club cricket when they reach
the middle-to-upper primary level.
For more information and registration forms please see Mel in
Student Services.
SPORTS
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Yr 2/3 basketball played on Tuesday 23 September 2014
Stradbroke Bombers 21 defeated SJ Cougars 11
Fantastic team effort against a tough team. Well done!
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Yr 2/3 A Basketball played on 14 October 2014
Stradbroke Bombers 17 defeated Linden Park Grey 7
Well done Bombers, great team effort.
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Yr2/3 C Basketball played on 14 October 2014
Stradbroke Storm 2 defeated by East Marden Lions 18
Excellent team effort.
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Yr 4/5 Basketball played on Wednesday 17 September 2014
Stradbroke Strikers 14 defeated SPX Sparx 18 -5 penalty
Good sportsmanship wins. We won because the other team
would not shake our player’s hands.
Coach’s award: Bogdan
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Yr 4/5 Basketball played on Wednesday 24 September 2014
Stradbroke Kookaburras 16 defeated by Athelstone Sharks 30
All players played a great game with a great team effort.
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Stradbroke Primary School - 0923
Notice of Materials and Services Charges for 2015
Notice of Charges for Reception - Year 7
COST ($)
HEADING
ITEMS AND SERVICES
Printed and electronic materials
related to the educational program
and which are provided for the
student
Workbooks
Text Book Hire / E-Book Access
Photocopied Material
SUBTOTAL (ZPREM )
$45.00
$0.00
$32.00
$77.00
Stationery items that are provided
for the student
Stationery Items
Other [please Specify]
Other [please Specify]
SUBTOTAL (ZSTAT)
$60.00
$0.00
$0.00
$60.00
Materials and Services that are
provided by the school for the
student to consume or use the
materials or take ownership of a
finished article produced by the
student with the materials
Access to Student Information
Technology
Access to Machinery
Access to Equipment
Curriculum/Subject Supplies and
Services
Other [please Specify]
Other [please Specify]
SUBTOTAL (ZACMS)
$93.00
$0.00
$22.50
$92.50
$0.00
$0.00
$208.00
Materials for inclusion in the school Library resources including access
library and to enable use by the
to borrowing library resources
student
SUBTOTAL (ZACLI)
Total Materials and Services Charge (excluding Subject Charges)
$35.00
$35.00
$380.00
These subject charges are in addition to the Materials and Services Charge above for
those students undertaking the following subjects.
Subject Description
Cost ($)
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Placement of Children
in Classes for 2015
Planning for next year’s class lists will begin soon.
In making recommendations about class composition, teachers consider factors such as:
• learning needs
• individual differences
• gender balance
• year level balance
• preferred learning styles
• social and emotional maturity
• the length of time a class of children has been together
• children with special needs and talents
• social dynamics (which children to keep together and which to keep apart)
• friendship groups
• the number of children per class.
Parent Information
We invite parents to write a short letter to the Principal if you have specific information about the needs of your child for 2015.
Please include your child’s name, current year level and each student’s requirements on a separate page (not one family
letter).
Please do not make requests for a specific teacher. Staffing can change as late as January and students and parents may become
very disappointed if they have their heart set on a specific teacher, and changes are made prior to the beginning of the school
year. Secondly, because of the number of requests, not all can be met. By granting some requests and not others, the school is
placed in a position of favouring some families while discriminating against others.
• Please place your letter in an envelope addressed to Anne Lamont.
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• The final day for parental input is Thursday 30 October.
• Parent information will be considered along with factors considered by our teachers and those listed above.
• Only information based on educational criteria will be considered.
• A copy of your letter will be made available to the class teachers who make the placements.
Classroom teachers use a range of processes to ask children to nominate friends with whom they wish to be placed. As it’s
extremely difficult for us to deal with contradictory information from students and parents, it’s preferable that parents don’t
write about friendship requests to us, unless there are serious issues.
We ask that you keep in mind that Stradbroke is a large school and this provides opportunities for children to broaden and
strengthen their friendships with many students. Staying with the same group of friends every year will not allow your child to
make the most of the �big school’ experience.
At this stage class structures are not definite and the final allocation of teachers to classes, which will take place late in the term,
is affected by the appointment of teachers.
Who makes the final decision?
Staff will do their best to meet your child's needs. You can be assured that we spend a great deal of time and effort in
accommodating and allocating children to classes.
It is the responsibility of the Principal to make the final decision on classes and placement of students.
At times it may not be in the child's best interests to be placed according to parent requests and we
will discuss the issue with you wherever possible.
When will children and parents know about class placements?
If possible, class placement information will be sent home with students in the last week of term. After that date children's class
placements will not be changed unless there are extenuating circumstances.
If you wish to take advantage of the opportunity to provide information about your child please ensure that all requests are
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forwarded to the Principal no later than 4pm on Thursday 30 October.
Kind regards,
Anne Lamont
Principal
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Stradbroke School
2015
Is your child leaving Stradbroke at the end of this year?
It’s that time of year again when we need accurate numbers for next year’s classes. Accurate student
numbers are essential for creating classes. Every year we aim to avoid creating a new class in the first few
weeks of the year as this is disruptive for children, families and staff.
Please do not complete this form for Year 7 students moving to secondary school.
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Please return to the Front Office
By Thursday 30th October 2014
Enrolment forms must be completed for all students beginning at Stradbroke School in 2015. Enrolment
forms are available from the front office. Please phone Anona if you need to check if an enrolment form has
been submitted for your child beginning Reception in 2015. Ph 8337 2861.
STUDENTS LEAVING AT THE END OF 2014
(please do not include year 7 students going to high school)
Name
Year Level in 2015
Name of Parent/Caregiver: ………………………………………………………………………………….
Parent contact phone number: ……………………………………………………………………………..
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ICAS RESULTS
Students from Stradbroke School achieved outstanding results in the ICAS this year. ICAS are developed
for students in Year 2 to 12 and are sat annually. Each ICAS test is designed to assess students’ academic
ability in aspects of Computer Skills, English, Mathematics, Science, Spelling and Writing. This year we
had 68 students from Year 2 to 7 participate. We have many high-achievers and many students who
achieved a personal best.
Congratulations to all students for being courageous in your efforts and achievements in the ICAS
Competitions this year.
AWARD
High Distinction
Distinction
Credit
Merit
Participation
FOR EACH YEAR LEVEL IN EACH STATE
The Top 1% of participants
The next 10% of participant
The next 25% of participants
The next 10% of participants
All remaining participants
ICAS Mathematics
3
Natasha Lawton
Participation
3
Bethany Heyer
Participation
Year
Name
Award
3
Rami Loku Marakkalge
Participation
2
Luca Castello
High Distinction
3
Vaarun Murugadas
Participation
2
Kelly Chen
High Distinction
3
Emily Bouchereau
Participation
3
Oxford Katakasi
Distinction
3
Pippa Hansen
Participation
3
Asher Ramesh
Distinction
3
Matilda Jewell
Participation
4
Charlie Fountain
Distinction
3
Tasshveen Prem Kumar
Participation
5
Victor Li
Distinction
3
Emily Worley
Participation
6
James Head
Distinction
3
Arnav Kothari
Participation
7
Meem Bashar
Distinction
4
Thumith Chandrasena
Participation
2
Austin Brooks
Credit
4
Amelia Klenke
Participation
2
Laura Head
Credit
4
Arsh Pattnaik
Participation
2
Kostya Nilov
Credit
4
Warren lewis
Participation
3
Chris Wen
Credit
5
Jai Yu Chia
Participation
3
Jasreet Kaur Mavi
Credit
5
Liam Hennig
Participation
4
Ryan Lewis
Credit
5
Jenny Huang
Participation
4
Ishaan Oak
Credit
5
Gayathiri Murugadas
Participation
5
Lathika Guruge
Credit
5
Keeley Smith
Participation
5
Keegan Jackel
Credit
5
Samadhi Chandrasena
Participation
6
Nick Boiarski
Credit
5
Prabnoor Sandhu
Participation
7
Jared Della Pace
Credit
5
Chandra Singam
Participation
7
Matthew Fountain
Credit
5
Vivi Wu
Participation
7
Cherry Huang
Credit
5
Elise Baker
Participation
7
Sidath Chandrasena
Credit
5
Cheri Jiang
Participation
3
Adele Anandaraj
Merit
6
Yaashvin Prem Kumar
Participation
4
Ryan Bateman
Merit
6
Ryan Ramesh
Participation
5
Faisal Umar
Merit
6
Jack Klenke
Participation
2
Jasmin Baker
Participation
6
Sune Myburgh
Participation
2
Gintas Pocius
Participation
7
Pado Eix
Participation
2
Chamath Chandrasena
Participation
7
Kieran Baker
Participation
2
Lauren Bateman
Participation
2
Sakitha Guruge
Participation
ICAS Spelling
ICAS English
Year
Name
Award
Year
Name
Award
7
Sidath Chandrasena
High Distinction
2
Luca Castello
Distinction
3
Chris Wen
Distinction
2
Kelly Chen
Distinction
4
Charlie Fountain
Distinction
3
Chris Wen
Distinction
4
Ishaan Oak
Distinction
4
Ishaan Oak
Distinction
7
Perry Ayres
Distinction
3
Natasha Lawton
Credit
3
Bethany Heyer
Credit
3
Jasreet Kaur Mavi
Credit
3
Oxford Katakasi
Credit
5
Keeley Smith
Credit
3
Natasha Lawton
Credit
5
Victor Li
Credit
3
Jasreet Mavi
Credit
5
Vivi Wu
Credit
3
Asher Ramesh
Credit
4
Ryan Bateman
Credit
5
Lathika Guruge
Credit
7
Pado Eix
Credit
5
Keeley Smith
Credit
7
Cherry Huang
Credit
5
Victor Li
Credit
7
Sidath Chandrasena
Credit
6
Jonty Leslie
Credit
2
Jasmin Baker
Merit
6
Dino Macri
Credit
2
Chamath Chandrasena
Merit
6
James Head
Credit
5
Lathika Guruge
Merit
6
Jack Klenke
Credit
5
Jenny Huang
Merit
7
Pado Eix
Credit
5
Gayathiri Murugadas
Merit
7
Cherry Huang
Credit
2
Kostya Nilov
Participation
5
Jai Yu Chia
Merit
2
Lauren Bateman
Participation
5
Gayathiri Murugadas
Merit
2
Sakitha Guruge
Participation
5
Vivi Wu
Merit
3
Adele Anandaraj
Participation
5
Keegan Jackel
Merit
3
Arnav Kothari
Participation
3
Natiesha Bruno
Participation
3
Participation
3
Matilda Jewell
Participation
3
Chloe Lynn
Participation
3
Chloe Lynn
Ramithu Loku
Marakklage
Participation
3
Emily Worley
Participation
3
Vaarun Murugadas
Participation
4
Ryan Bateman
Participation
3
Matilda Jewell
Participation
4
Amelia Klenke
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Ryan Lewis
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Arsh Pattnaik
Participation
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Jai Yu Chia
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Lewis Warren
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Samadhi Chandrasena
Participation
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Jenny Huang
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Prabhnoor Sandhu
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Samadhi Chandrasena
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Chandra Singam
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Ryan Ramesh
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Yaashvin Premkumar
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STRADBROKE
Koonga Avenue
Principal:
Rostrevor SA 5073
Anne Lamont
Tel: 08 8337 2861
Fax: 08 8337 0041
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stradsch.sa.edu.au
SCHOOL
Dear Parents and Families,
Information about Materials and Services Charge 2015
Overleaf you will find the notice advising of the composition of the Materials and
Services Charge for 2015.
We are proud of the learning facilities and the exceptional programmes we provide for
our students at Stradbroke School. In order to maintain and continuously improve what
we offer, we rely on the financial support of our families. The annual Materials and
Services Charge contributes to the funds available to support your students’ learning.
x
x
x
The Charge is intended to cover the costs of those essential items and services
used or consumed by individual students during the course of their study.
The level of the Materials and Services Charge must reflect the actual cost of the
goods and services provided for the Charge.
The invoice for the Materials and Services Charge must match the notice by
showing the composition and associated cost of the total Charge.
We believe that the annual Materials and Services Charge represents excellent value for
the year’s educational program.
Please note that the School Card grant covers the first $226 of the fees in 2015, and the
scheme for payment of fees by instalments will be available as in previous years. More
information about these facilities will be available when fees are invoiced.
If you have any questions about the charge please contact the School Business Manager,
by phoning 8337 2861.
Parents are invited to attend the next Governing Council meeting (details below) at
which the Material and Services Charge will be discussed and set for 2015. This meeting
is a normal Governing Council meeting and we are required to advise you about it under
the amended requirements of the Education Act (1972) which came into force on 14th
July 2005.
GOVERNING COUNCIL MEETING
TO BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY 29th October 2014
7 PM
IN
THE STAFFROOM
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STRADBROKE SCHOOL CANTEEN
MENU - TERM 4, 2014
1 LUNCH BAG PER
ITEM OR ADD 10ПІ
EACH, THANKYOU.
PLEASE, BLACK OR BLUE
PENS ONLY… NO
STAPLES OR STICKY
TAPE.
STRADBROKE SCHOOL CANTEEN ENCOURAGES AND PROMOTES THE
HEALTHY EATING GUIDELINES AS IMPLEMENTED IN 2008 BY THE
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT AND S.A.GOVERNMENT.
WHERE EVER POSSIBLE LOW FAT PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN USED.
IN ORDER TO PROVIDE THIS HEALTHY SERVICE TO OUR STUDENTS, THE CANTEEN NEEDS VOLUNTEERS DAILY.
IF YOU ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL OR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING TIMES, PLEASE LET US KNOW.
**8.45 – 9.45 Sorting orders/checking money (**HELP NEEDED MOST)
11.20 – 12.40 Lunch preparation/putting orders in crates.
9.45 – 11.20 Preparing for recess/counter service
12.40 – 1.45 Crate collection/lunch time serving/clean-up
HOT FOOD (sauce 20ПІ extra)
SANDWICHES, WRAPS AND ROLLS
Chicken Nuggets (sachet of Tomato sauce 20ПІ extra)
Garlic Bread
Pizza – Ham/pineapple, Supreme OR Cheese/Tomato
Sausage Roll
Meat Pie
Pasty
Balfours: Junior Pie
Balfours: Cheese and Spinach Roll
Balfours: Chicken Pie
Cham Roll (Hot ham and cheese)
Hot Chicken and Cheese Roll
Hot Tuna and Cheese Roll
Hot Dog (sauce 20ПІ extra)
Hot Dog and Cheese (sauce 20ПІ extra)
Cheeseburger (burger and cheese)
Hamburger (burger, cheese, lettuce, tomato)
Veggie Burger (burger, lettuce, tomato)
Fish Burger (burger, lettuce, tomato on a long roll)
Chicken Burger (Char-grilled chicken, lettuce, tom)
Pasta with Marisa’s home-made Bolognaise sauce
50ПІ ea
1.50
3.00
2.50
3.50
3.50
3.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.50
4.00
3.50
4.00
4.00
4.00
5.00
4.00
CAKES
Cookies: White OR Brown with choc chips
Muffins: Chocolate OR Banana
Cheesymite Scroll
Half $1.00
1.00
2.00
Full 2.00
FRESH FRUIT
Bananas
Apples (“Slinky” machine available)
FRUIT SALAD TUBS An assortment of seasonal
fruits. (Ice-cream tubs $2 extra)
1.00
1.00
4.00
SALADS
SMALL SALAD TUB #1: Ham OR Egg OR
Cheese(specify)
Shredded lettuce, wedges of tomato, cucumber &
carrot.
SMALL SALAD TUB #2: Chicken OR Tuna (specify)
Diced lettuce, tomato, cucumber and grated carrot
mixed together.
BIG SALAD PLATE #1: Ham OR Just salad (specify)
Shredded lettuce, tomato, carrot, cucumber, egg
and cheese. Bread OR wrap (specify)
BIG SALAD PLATE #2: Char-grilled Chicken OR Fish
OR Veggie Patty(specify)
Lettuce, tomato, carrot and cucumber.
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00
“SALAD” = Lettuce, tomato, carrot and cucumber.
JUNIOR
ROLLS
Vegemite
Jam (raspberry)
Just Salad
Tomato
Cheese
Cheese/tomato
Cheese and salad
Ham
Ham and Tomato
Ham and cheese
Ham/cheese/tom
Ham and salad
Chicken
Chicken and cheese
Chicken and salad
Tuna
Tuna and cheese
Tuna and salad
Egg
Egg and salad
Baked beans
Baked beans/cheese
NORMAL SIZE
TOASTED
Sandwich/Wrap/Roll
*Please specify*
Sandwich/Roll
Please specify
2.80
2.80
3.80
3.00
3.00
3.30
4.20
3.00
3.30
3.50
3.80
4.20
3.00
3.50
4.20
3.00
3.50
4.20
3.00
4.20
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3.30
3.30
--3.50
3.50
3.80
--3.50
3.80
4.00
4.30
--3.50
4.00
--3.50
4.00
------3.50
4.00
1.50
1.50
1.80
1.50
1.50
1.80
2.00
1.50
1.80
1.80
2.00
2.00
1.50
1.80
2.00
1.50
1.80
2.00
1.50
2.00
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EXTRAS
SAUCES: Tomato, Sweet chilli, Mustard, BBQ, Mayo
SACHETS: Tomato sauce, Sweet chilli sauce
Tomato, lettuce, cucumber, carrot, vegemite, jam
Cheese, egg, ham, tuna, chicken
20ПІ
20ПІ
30ПІ
50ПІ
COLD ITEMS
*Ice blocks
range from 50ПІ to $2.00
*Slushies (flavours vary)
1.00
Juice Cups – will be delivered frozen (orange or apple)
1.00
Plain Milk OR Spring Water
1.50
Pop-Top Juice (orange, apple or apple/blackcurrant)
2.00
Up and GO (choc, strawberry, vanilla, banana)
2.00
Vanilla Ice cream tub
2.00
Frozen yoghurt (Strawberry or mango)
2.00
Oak Milk (Chocolate or strawberry)
2.50
*FOR FROZEN ITEMS THAT ARE UNABLE TO GO IN THE CRATES,
A DETAILED COLLECTION VOUCHER WILL BE SENT TO THE STUDENT.
FOOD ALLERGIES? LABEL ORDERS CLEARLY
STRADBROKE SCHOOL CANTEEN ORDERS
1. Children order their lunches on a brown paper bag and put it in the lunch crates in their classroom in
the morning, lunch monitors from each class bring the crates over to the canteen no later than 9-30am.
2. All lunch orders must be clearly labelled on the front of the brown paper bags with:
Please complete all order bags as follows
using pen or texta:
In the middle of the bag:
FOOD ORDER
Bottom left:
CHILDS NAME
Bottom right:
CLASS/TEACHER
3. Brown paper bags may be purchased from the canteen for 10Вў each. These can be ordered with your
child’s lunch and will be sent to their class in the lunch crates. We require one bag per item ordered.
4. As we do not store money in the canteen overnight, it is preferred that all orders be placed in the crate
in the classroom. We cannot give out any change until we receive and start processing the class orders.
5. If you are paying for two or more lunches from different classes with the one amount of money ie: a
note, please do not separate the orders, but place them altogether in the one bag with the money. This is a
far more productive way rather than waiting for all the orders to come over from different classes and then
having to chase up the one forgotten order with all the money.
6. Please ensure your child’s name; current teacher and class number are included on each bag. This
is particularly important at the start of each new school year.
7. The correct money in the bag is always appreciated.
8. IOU’s are no longer acceptable. Children who tender insufficient money will be supplied with an
alternative lunch to the value of the money supplied.
9. New parents are always very welcome to work voluntarily in the canteen. If interested, please contact
the manager during the day in the canteen.
10. Prices are subject to variation at short notice due to changes in manufacturers/suppliers prices. Any
changes to prices will be printed in the school newsletter.
11. All treats/special days will be advertised in the school newsletter.
12. The current menu is available on the schools website: www.stradsch.sa.edu.au
Thank you,
Kate Majewski
CANTEEN MANAGER
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