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11th September, 2014
Term 3 September
12th September
Sports & Graduation Photo
17th September
Casual Clothes Day
18th September
Prep - Traffic School
5/6 Rugby Gala Day
19th September
Last Day of Term 3 2.30pm finish
Term 4 October
6th October
First Day of Term 4
10th October - All term
Grade 5/6 Footsteps
14th October
Grade 1/2 Melbourne Zoo
20th - 22nd October
Grade 4 Camp - Lady
31st October
Curriculum Day
11th November
2015 Prep Information
20th November
1st Prep Orientation
9740 8666
No 29
Dear Parents, Staff and Children
Casual Clothes:
Casual clothes day will be conducted next Wednesday 17th September. Junior School Council
are promoting the theme of “Sport” for this day. Children are encouraged to wear clothing that
is representative of their favourite sporting team where possible. If not, any inoffensive casual
clothing will be acceptable. Please remember, hair colour is not acceptable.
Term 3 Concludes:
A reminder to all, Friday 19th September is the final day of school for Term 3. School
dismissal time will be 2.30pm on this day.
The first day of Term 4 is Monday 6th October.
There are a couple of changes to our staffing profile for next term.
Mrs Clarke has decided to retire from education, effective 6th October. She has been a long
standing member of our Sunbury West team, originally transferred here in 1987, after
beginning her career at Bell Primary School in 1981.
Mrs Clarke has taught a range of levels as well as working in the school library and also had
significant leadership responsibilities in the area of Information Technology.
Mrs Clarke’s knowledge of education and the influence she has on the children in her care
each year will be greatly missed. We wish her all the very best as she begins a new chapter in
her life.
Her classroom responsibilities will be undertaken by Mrs Diane Todd.
Mr Hildebrand has been employed to undertake the Physical Education role for Term 4.
Stephen Taylor
Curriculum Days to be confirmed at school council next
week. Friday 31st October & Monday 8th December
26th November
2nd Prep Orientation
Lost Property
2nd December
3rd Prep Orientation
We have a number of unnamed items in Lost Property, especially school jackets.
8th December
Curriculum Day
If you have lost any clothing please come and have a look in our lost property tub before the
end of Term. We would like all items to go back to their rightful owners.
Notices that have gone home….
Term 3
18th September
Thank you to next weeks volunteers:
Prep Traffic School Excursion $15 due tomorrow
Term 4
Mon 15th
Tues 16th
K. Vaughan
Wed 17th
10th October
Grade 5/6 Footsteps Program $25 due 8/10
14th October
Grade 1/2 Melbourne Zoo $30 due 19/9
Thurs 18th
Fri 19th
20th – 22nd October
Closed for Maintenance
More volunteers are needed and would be greatly
Grade 4 Camp - Lady Northcote Total cost $220
$170 due Friday 10/10
A big thank you to our wonderful parent
helpers, donating their time to help with
Footy Meal Deal Day yesterday:
Tammie Marriott, Renae Miller, Erin
Weiler, Lorinda Porter, Amy Glover,
Kristy Hermelin and Chris Kaeser
Sunbury West Sports
Casual Day
Wednesday 17th September
Wear your favourite footy team
OR footy code gear
Gold Coin Donation
Junior School Council will run
some footy activities on the day!
Could parents please ensure that all money and notices are
sent to your child’s teacher in an envelope clearly labelled
with your Child’s name, Grade, Purpose, and Amount
It would be appreciated if parents who are paying any
accounts at the office can have the correct money as no
change is held at the office.
All money is banked daily.
School Banking
This is the final week of our school banking competition.
Next week all of the names of the students who have
banked over the five weeks will go into a grand prize draw.
We have 2 backpacks full of goodies to
give away. If you bank each week then you
will automatically have 5 entries in the
grand prize draw. This competition is only
at our school, so all of the winners will be
from Sunbury West.
Become A Volunteer Host Family
Notices have gone home today for
our FOSW Shopping Tour on
Sunday 16th November!
Make sure you return your deposit
if you wish to come along for a fun
day of bargain hunting!
Enrich Your Home With A WEP Exchange Student
World Education Program (WEP) is inviting Australian families to experience
another culture within their own homes by becoming volunteer host families.
Choose a student from Italy, Belgium, France, Switzerland, The Netherlands or
South America and get a glimpse into the life of another culture without having
to leave the comfort of your home! Our exchange students are just as excited
about sharing their own culture and life experiences as they are about becoming
a member of an Australian family.
Arriving in January:
Ilaria (17) from Italy tells us that she is incredibly fond of animals, and that if she
had her own way, she would turn her house into a zoo! She enjoys drawing in her
spare time, as well as travel. She believes that living so far away from home will
help her broaden her mind, and she can't wait to live with a welcoming family.
Marco (17) from Italy is an animator at his local church group and enjoys playing
both football and basketball with his friends. He also enjoys staying active by
going to the gym for an hour or so after school. He is looking forward to sharing
his Italian culture with you, and hopes you will share your culture with him here
School Reward Program
Keep your eye out next week for the Reading
School Reward Program vouchers. For those of you going to the
Getting to know your student before he or she arrives brings fun and joy to
everyone involved. Take the next step and contact WEP today to receive a full
information pack for your family, including student profiles.
movies during the school holidays, this is a great reward program
Sylvia Kelly - Manager - Inbound Exchange Programs
for our school!
1300 884 733
Find out more!
[email protected]
Kayla Glover
Monday 1st September
Brilliant show and tell and participation in class.
Jemma Monks Gomez
1/2 A
Declan O’Donovan
For fantastic efforts with their writing.
Cameron Sheppard
1/2 L
1/2 M
3/4 B
Josh Flannery
For his enthusiasm.
Hayden Wright
For his willingness to help others.
Breanna Prior
For her continued improvement in reading.
Josh Knight
Welcome to Sunbury West!
Azime Roads
Farrah Davids
For being conscientious students who apply themselves
100% of the time!
Lachlan Davitt
For the excellent attitude they have to all tasks!
Mitchyl Doherty
Kimberly Tabamo
Demonstrating a good knowledge of new fraction concepts.
3/4 T
Georgia Carmen
For all the great effort they are putting into their work.
Callum McMahon
5/6 D
Ella Watkins
Tahlia McDorman
Victoria Newton
Ashton O’Donovan
Jake Young
Zac Ploog
For their excellent effort at all times in their learning - Well
For being fantastic, independent workers in all tasks! Great
For always putting in a top effort and for being great role
models to younger students.
All Grade 1/2’s
For their terrific effort in making Tartan Scottie’s. Well
For being fabulously musical and very attentive.
All Grade 5/6’s
For their wonderful participation at the Summer Sports Day.
Gone Fishin’ Relay for Life team
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie fundraiser on Friday 12th September at 6.30pm
Reading Cinemas Sunbury, Tickets are $15
Lolly bags and soft drinks available on the night from $1.
Contact Marisa at [email protected] or 0427701715

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