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Calendar - Christ the King School Deception Bay
CALENDAR
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School Prayer
Christ our King,
As we walk with You under the
rainbow,
Help us to accept our daily challenge
to make Jesus real.
Dare us to seek knowledge,
Dare us to show compassion and
forgiveness,
Rainbow Song
Red and orange, yellow and green
Blue and indigo and violet and me
Side by side together we grow
Underneath God’s beautiful rainbow
Red is for your Spirit of love
Seven gifts from God above
Orange for the warmth of the sun
Shining down on everyone
Yellow is the colour of faith
The light of Christ in everyday
Green is for the life you give
A call to grow, a way to live
Dare us to be caretakers
of our environment,
Dare us to be welcoming
encouraging and to give of
ourselves with a generous spirit.
Bless our Bayside community
as side by side we grow.
We ask this through
Christ Our Lord,
Amen
Blue is for the sky and sea
Gifts from God, for you and me
Indigo is in between
A colour of God’s gentle peace
Violet calls us all to forgive
Together we grow, together we live
Side by side and hand in hand
Together we grow, together we can.
(Andrew Chinn, 2004 for CTK)
Christ the King
Side by side we grow
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
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2015 Calendar
School Holidays
Public Holidays
Vision
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January 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Side by side we grow
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1 New Year’s Day
2 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
3
4
5 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
6 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
7 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
8 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
9 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
10
11
12 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
13 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
14 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
15 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
16 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
17
18
19 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
20 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
21 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
22 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
23 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
24
Professional
Development
and Planning Days
Professional
Development
and Planning Days
Professional
Development
and Planning Days
27 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
28 TERM 1 BEGINS
29
30
Pupil Free Day
Assembly
Free Coffee
School Office Reopens
25 WK 1
26 Australia Day
holiday
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Christ the King
Side By Side We Grow
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Term 1
Term 2
Jan 26 – Australia Day Public Holiday
Jan 19 – School office opens
Jan 27 – Pupil Free Day
Jan 28 – Term 1 Begins – Assembly, Free Coffee
Feb 6– Opening School Mass
Feb 11 – Parent Information Night
Feb 12 – P&F Meeting
Feb 17 – Shrove Tuesday
Feb 18 – Ash Wednesday
Feb 19 – District Swimming,
Feb 22 – 1st Sunday of Lent
Feb 23 – Net Team – Yr 6
Feb 24 – Travel Choice Mornings
Feb 27 – Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport Semester 1
March 1 – 2nd Sunday of Lent
March 2 – Entertainment Book Promo Starts
Side by side we grow
March 4 – Travel Choice Scooter Educations Yr 3/4
& Yr 4
March 8 – 3rd Sunday of Lent, International
Women’s Day
March 10 – Red Food Day
A Year at a
Glance 2015
Term 3
Term 4
April 25 – Anzac Day Public Holiday (Dawn Service
– Deception Bay Memorial)
July 15 – Board Meeting, Life Education Van
Oct 14 – Prep Orientation Day,
April 31 – Trinity Sunday
July 16 – P&F Meeting, Life Education Van
Oct 14 – 16 Yr 5 Camp – Currimundi
July 17 – Life Education Van
Oct 15 – P&F Meeting
July 27 – 31 – Catholic Education Week
Oct 18 – World Mission Sunday
July 28 – ICAS English
Oct 18 – 24 – Mission Week
July 31 – Night Under the Stars
Oct 19 – CTJ Day – Pupil Free Day
Aug 6 & 7 - District Athletics
Oct 21 – Board Meeting
Aug 10 – Ekka Holiday
Nov 3 – Melbourne Cup, Red Food Day
Aug 11 – ICAS Mathematics, Red Food Day
Nov 10 - Travel Choice Morning
Aug 15 – Assumption of Mary (Feast Day of the
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary)
Nov 11 – Remembrance Day
Aug 17 – Aug 22 – Science Week
Nov 19 – AGM & P&F Meeting
April 20 – Term 2 Begins
May 7 – Mother’s Day Stall
May 8 – Mother’s Day Movie Night
May 12, 13, 14 – NAPLAN 3 & 5 Testing
May 19 – ICAS Digital Technologies, District Cross
Country
May 20 – Board Meeting
May 21 – St Eugene’s Feast Day, Simultaneous
Reading Day, P&F Meeting
May 22 – National Walk to School Morning
May 24 – Pentecost Sunday
June 3 – ICAS Science
June 5 – World Environment Day
June 8 – Queen’s Birthday, Public Holiday
June 9 – Red Food Day
June 14 – 20 – World Refugee Week
June 15 – ICAS Writing
June 16 – ICAS Spelling
March 15 – 4th Sunday of Lent, Time Capsule
Opening
June 17 – Board Meeting
March 17 – School Photos, St Patrick’s Day
June 20 – School/Parish Mass 6pm
March 18 – Board Meeting
June 26 – Term 2 Ends, Athletics Carnival
March 19 – St Joseph’s Day, P&F Meeting
March 21 – Harmony Day, Anti Bullying Day
March 22 – 5th Sunday of Lent
March 27 – CtK Disco
March 29 – Palm Sunday
April 2 – Holy Thursday, Term 1 Ends
April 3 – Good Friday, Public Holiday
April 4 – Holy Saturday
April 5 – Easter Sunday
April 6 – Easter Monday, Public Holiday
Wednesday Assembly 8:45 am
Board Meetings - 3rd Wednesday of Every Month
P&F Meetings - 3rd Thursday of Every Month
June 18 – P&F Meeting
July 13 – Term 3 Begins
Aug 18 – Travel Choice Morning
Aug 19 – Board Meeting
Aug 20 – 2016 Planning Meeting and P&F Meeting
Aug 21 – (to Nov 6) Yr 5/6 Interschool Sport Semester 2
Aug 24 – 28 – Book Week (Light up our World)
Sept 3 – Fathers Day Stall
Sept 5 – Fathers Day Cricket Match and BBQ
Sept 11 – CtK disco
Sept 12 – Parish/School Mass 6pm
Sept 16 – Board Meeting
Sept 17 – P&F Meeting
Sept 18 – Term 3 Ends
Oct 5 - Labour Day Public Holiday
Oct 6 - Term 4 begins
Nov 18 – Board Meeting
Nov 20 – Feast of CtK
Nov 26 – Year 6 Explore Uni Day
Nov 27 – Whole School Bush Dance
Nov 29 – 1st Sunday of Advent
Dec 2 – Graduation Mass
Dec 4 – End of Year Mass, Term 4 Ends 12pm
Dec 6 – 2nd Sunday of Advent
Dec 13 – 3rd Sunday of Advent
Dec 20 – 4th Sunday of Advent
Dec 25 – Christmas Day
Dec 26 – Boxing Day
Dec 28 – Boxing Day Public Holiday
February 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
1 WK 2
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Saturday
7
Opening School Mass
Side by side we grow
8 WK 3
9
10
11
12
13
14
20
21
27
28
Every Third Wednesday Every Third Thursday
P&F Meeting
Board Meeting
Parent Information
Night
15 WK 4
16
17
18
19
Shrove Tuesday
Ash Wednesday
District Swimming
25
26
22 WK 5
23
24
1st Sunday of Lent
Net Team – Yr 6
Travel Choice Morning
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Yr 5/6 Interschool
Sport Semester 1
Our History
Christ The King School was opened in May, 1979 with Fr. Des McQuaid (parish priest), Althea Mitchell (Principal), Carol
Zemek (teacher) and twenty-three children. Yrs 1&2 students read all the mass readings and later joined with the
community in a parish barbecue.
On opening day, only the Library block, the Multi-purpose block and toilets were built. No playground had been cleared
and open trenches caused problems in the grounds. This was certainly a time of bonding as the children spent all day in
the classroom with the teachers.
In 1980, our first sacramental class was prepared for First Eucharist and once again presented to the parish community.
With no playing fields, the major sports activity was a weekly judo lesson. Gradually, some land was cleared and our first
sports day was held. As the oval was developed, the school was able to begin sporting competitions with the other Bay
schools.
By 1982, classrooms were completed. Shortly after, a Commonwealth grant enabled the landscaping of an area near the
old undercover area and, with enthusiastic parent support, the school frequently won the Tidy Schools Competition.
When the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary moved out of the parish in 1987, their house was converted into the Parish
Centre/Administration Block which became the School Administration Area until 2010 and is now shared facilities for St
Vincent de Paul and the Learning Support Unit.
In 1987, the Oblate priests took over in the parish from Fr. Ponting. During their stay, Fr. John, Fr. Ned, Fr. Jim, Fr. Aldo,
Fr. Harry, Fr. Lewy, Fr. Tony and now Fr. Paul and Fr. Brian have all taken an active part in the spiritual growth of the
children.
In 1990, Mr. Bob Joyce was appointed Principal. In 1996, extensive refurbishment of the school commenced. This
involved the construction of a new library, toilet block and undercover area, along with a total refurbishment of all
existing classrooms. This was completed in 1997 with the redesigning of the Administration area and the addition of a
Preschool.
In January 2000, after a year’s planning, our revolutionary multi-age 5/6/7 upper school began. In keeping with our
modern approach to education, we have embraced the importance of technology as a tool for learning, along with
an approach to education that encourages students to become lifelong learners and take responsibility for their own
learning. In November 2000, we celebrated our 21st birthday as a school—a “coming of age” that is evident both
physically and as an educational community.
In 2002, Miss Vera Zappala was appointed principal and Fr Lewy joined St Eugene Parish. In November 2004 we
celebrated our 25th birthday as a school. After a special mass we launched the new school song “The Rainbow Song”
which was written for the school by Andrew Chinn.
In 2005 our first preschool group of 1997 graduated from primary school. This was an important milestone for the
school. During these years we received grants for a Multi-purpose court and two playgrounds .
In 2006, Mr Miro Martin was appointed Principal. In 2007, Christ the King received a building grant to rebuild the whole
school. This was completed and officially opened in 2010 along with our new school hall. Other grants have made it
possible to refurbish all classrooms and library and also upgrade our Information Communication Technology resources.
March 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
Monday
1 WK 6
2
2nd Sunday of Lent
Entertainment Book
Promo Starts
8 WK 7
9
3rd Sunday of Lent
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
17
18
19
20
21
School Photos
Board Meeting
St Joseph’s Day
Travel Choice Scooter
Education Yr 3/4 & Yr 4
10
Red Food Day
International Womens
Day
15 WK 8
16
Side by side we grow
4th Sunday of Lent
Time Capsule Opening
22 WK 9
St Patrick’s Day
23
24
P&F Meeting
25
5th Sunday of Lent
29 WK 10
Harmony Day / Anti
Bullying Day
26
27
CtK Disco
30
31
Palm Sunday
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Notes:
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Staff of 2015
Ron Acton
Robin Ball
Kim Bishop
Emily Bissaker
Telina Blackburn
Joanne Breakspear
Emma Brown
Robin Davidson
Tracy Deen
Emily Dunlop
Maria Einam
Bruna Finch
Suzanne Gabriel
Philip Grooten
Julie Hahne
Sarah Hammond
Nicole Hoffman
Nick Hurley
Debbie Huxley
Vicki Kingston
Mary Major
Kylie Masterson
Krystle McAvoy
Sarah McDonald
Anna O’Brien
Elaine O’Brien
Debbie Osmond
Tracey Parkinson
Annette Pearen
Claire Ritchie
Sarah Savic
Holly Shergold
Dani Tung
Joanne Wells
Maryanne Wesener
Kayla White
Rachael Woolley
3/4 YELLOW
4 ORANGE
ST VINNIES
HALL
LEARNING
SUPPORT
TUCK
SHOP
3 LIME
5 MAGENTA
2 GREEN
6 RED
TOILETS
UNDERCOVER AREA
OVAL
CHURCH
ADMIN
1 AQUA
LIBRARY
CAR PARK
1 BLUE
PREP INDIGO
SHED
Christ the King
Side By Side We Grow
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
PREP
VIOLET
OSHC
April 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Side by side we grow
1
5
6 Easter Monday
Easter Sunday
Public Holiday
12
19 WK 1
Thursday
Friday
2 TERM 1 ENDS
3 Good Friday
Holy Thursday
Public Holiday
Saturday
4 Holy Saturday
7 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
8 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
9 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
10 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
11
13 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
14 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
15 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
16 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
17 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
18
20 TERM 2 BEGINS
21
22
23
24
25 Anzac Day
Dawn Service –
Deception Bay
Memorial
26 WK 2
27
28
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29
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Notes:
Parents play a vital role in managing behaviour at school, as it is through a co-operative effort
that most success is achieved. As with academic concerns,
you will be notified quickly if there are any concerns with regard to your child’s behaviour.
Behaviours, both positive and negative, are learnt from many sources; parents, peers, teachers and media.
Parents are the first and most important of all role models. At Christ the King we are proactive about teaching positive
behaviours and social skills. This is done both formally and informally throughout the school week. We encourage
students to model our school rules through a variety of ways; both in individual classes and at a school wide level.
All classes participate in a Play is the Way
program. The program uses specific,
physically interactive games to help children
master their emotions and manage their
behaviour. By playing the games, children
make discoveries about what does and does
not work to achieve the objectives of the
games. Process is more important than
success and from immersion in the games
comes the experiences and encounters that
lead to positive and beneficial change.
Rules
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Make Jesus Real
Take Responsibility
There are three main rules for the students of Christ
the King Catholic Primary school to follow. These rules
should be the basis of all appropriate behaviour within
the school environment. The rules are easy to remember
as they start with the initials of the school name CTK.
The religious life of the school is enhanced
through our ‘Make Jesus Real’ (MJR) program.
MJR makes explicit the behaviours, values and
attitudes that we want to ‘see’ in our students.
It encourages students to make Jesus real in
their everyday lives through their words and
actions.
Behaviour
Management
May 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
31 WK 7
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Notes:
Friday
Saturday
1
2
Side by side we grow
Trinity Sunday
3 WK 3
4
5
6
7 Mothers Day Stall
8 Mothers Day Movie
Night
9
10 WK 4
11
12 Naplan Yr 3 & 5
Testing
13 Naplan Yr 3 & 5
Testing
14 Naplan Yr 3 & 5
Testing
15
16
17 WK 5
18
19 ICAS Digital
Technologies
20
21
St Eugene’s Feast Day
22 National Walk to
School Morning
23
29
30
District Cross Country
Board Meeting
Simultaneous
Reading Day
P&F Meeting
24 WK 6
25
26
Pentecost Sunday
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Walk on pathways
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Leave natu
Move quietly
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Take t
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Follow instru
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Include and e
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Make strong choices
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Pursue your personal best
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Be aware of the people around y
Allow others to pursue their personal best
Walk and move sensibly
Respond to bells promp
tly
Bell, toilet, drink, line up
Wear hats
Use equipment properly
Participate to progress
Listen to all teacher direc
tion
Take turns
Sticks and stones stay on the ground
Consider other
classes
Put all property
where it belong
s
Look after equi
pment
Participate
a
Participate in rituals
Sit quietly
Ask permission to go to
the toilet
Walk directly to and from
toilets
In, do, out
Use equipment for its own purpo
Be prepared
Listen attentively
Show reverence
Wait and move patiently
Keep Safe
Take Responsibility
Allow others
ppropriate
ly
to participa
te
Right pla
ce, right
time
Be alert a
nd look o
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Be on tim
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out of sc
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Share th
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Follow ro
ad rules
Use pap
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an d wa
ter care
Water is
fully
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off taps
Be res
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Keep tr
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ying
Listen
and do
Give it
a go
Walk
Move sensibly with others
Sit , stand q
uietly and caref
ully
Enter and ex
it calmly
H o l d s ym b o
ls and candles
carefully
Use cros
sings safe
ly
, scooter
s a nd boa
rds in schoo
l grounds
Wear hel
mets on b
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e
Wait at p
i ck u p b e
hind the ga
te safely
Walk bik
es
Wash h
ands
Open a
n d cl o s
e doors
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Keep
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lly
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lf
June 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
7 WK 8
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
2
3 ICAS Science
4
5 World Environment
Day
6
8 Queen’s Birthday
9 Red Food Day
10
11
12
13
16
17 Board Meeting
18 P&F Meeting
19
20
Public Holiday
14 WK 9
15
World Refugee Week
Side by side we grow
ICAS Writing
School / Parish Mass
6pm
ICAS Spelling
21 WK 10
22
23
24
25
26 TERM 2 ENDS
Atletics Carnival
28 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
29 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
30 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
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Student’s individuality is appreciated at Christ the
King. However, we do have a compulsory school
uniform. It is our expectation that all children leave
home looking not only a credit to their families, but
also to the school to which they belong. Therefore
the following responsibilities apply to parents and
students;
Jewellery:
School Uniform:
Some guiding procedures:
The selective range of jewellery that children may
choose to wear is limited to:-
♦ A single set of studs or thin sleepers in the
ear lobe (sleepers can be twisted the entire
way around the ear lobe).
♦ T he children are to wear the official school
uniform travelling to and from school, as
well as during school hours. This includes
the official school hat.
♦ A watch
♦ A small, plain, Christian religious medal or
cross on a chain worn around the neck.
A standard letter is used to inform parents of any
concerns regarding their child’s school uniform.
Parents are then given a period of time to act on
the letter. Students who continue to attend school
with the incorrect uniform, without a note from
their parents may be excluded from playtime.
Any ongoing problems are to be referred to the
principal, who in turn will discuss concerns with
parents.
♦ By way of courtesy, parents are asked to
write a letter to the classroom teacher if
their child is ‘out of uniform, e.g. wearing
incorrect shoes’
♦ Any other piercing is not acceptable.
All items of clothing must be labelled
♦ clearly with the child’s name.
Hair:
Hats:
♦ We request that children have sunscreen
applied at home. It can be reapplied during
the day and is supplied in each classroom.
♦ As sun safety is of great concern, all
children must have a school hat for outdoor
activities, as well as travelling to and from
school.
♦ C
hildren are not permitted to have extreme
hairstyles. Hair colours are not permitted.
♦ No rat’s tails, mowhawks, tracks or stripes
or patterns are permitted
♦ The rule ‘No hat, No play’ applies to all
class activities and lunchtime play.
Hair should be the child’s natural hair
♦ colour.
♦ Only official school hats are permitted.
♦ H
air is to be kept neat and tidy and out of
the eyes at all times.
♦ If longer than collar length, it should be tied
back. This includes both boys and girls.
♦ H
air should be tied back with a dark navy
blue, brown or black hair tie if uncovered
by a scrunchie or ribbon.
Shoes:
Formal uniform: Shoes must be plain
♦ black, leather or synthetic leather lace up
school shoes. Girls have the option of also
wearing plain black, leather Mary-Jane
style shoes with a buckle. Ballet flats or
similar styles will not be permitted.
♦ Velcro strap shoes are permitted in prep
and year 1.
♦ Scrunchies or ribbons should only be
dark navy blue unless purchased from the
uniform shop
♦ D
ark navy blue head bands are permitted,
however must not exceed 2cm in width.
♦ Sports uniform: Sport shoes are to be plain
black, leather or synthetic leather lace up
appropriate for playing sport.
All hair clips should either match the
♦ natural hair colour, or should be plain silver
or navy blue.
♦ Dunlop Volleys, skate shoes or similar
styles, are not permitted with either school
uniform.
Socks:
Make up:
♦ N
o make-up or coloured lip gloss is
permitted.
Fingernails:
♦ Fingernails must be clean, well trimmed
and unpolished.
♦ Socks are to be plain white socks/Ctk socks
cover the ankle bone.
Sports Uniform:
♦ The sports uniform is only to be worn
on designated sports days which will be
determined by the class teacher. The formal
uniform is to be worn at all other times.
♦ This uniform is available from our uniform
shop. If not purchased from the uniform
shop, items must be identical to school
uniform items.
GIRLS:
Formal - Summer - Girls formal dress or official girls
formal blouse with navy gabardine culottes. Plain
black, leather or synthetic leather lace-up school
shoes or plain black, leather Mary-Jane style shoes
with buckle.
Sport - Official school polo shirt with house
colour trim, blue unisex rugby knit or microfiber
shorts or navy blue skort. Plain black, leather or
synthetic leather lace-up shoes. Suitable for sports
activities.
BOYS:
Formal - Boys formal shirt with navy boys
gabardine shorts. Plain black, leather or synthetic
leather lace-up school shoes.
Sport - Official school polo shirt with house colour
trim with navy blue unbranded unisex rugby
knit or Microfibre shorts. Plain black, leather or
synthetic leather lace up school shoes, suitable for
sports activities.
Winter:
Parents have the responsibility for overseeing
the wearing of correct school uniform.
DRESS CODE FOR UNIFORM FREE DAY- “FREE
DRESS” DAYS:
When uniform free days operate children are to
wear clothing which complies with ALL of the
following:
Closed in shoes, which are suitable for
♦ running
♦ Clothing which covers the full torso
♦ Dresses/shorts to be to at least mid-thigh
length
♦ School hats are to be worn (wide brimmed
hat not caps).
The winter uniform is as above, however:-
Children not complying may be asked to:
Students are permitted to wear singlets which are
either not visible, or which are dark navy blue.
Dark navy blue skivvies can be worn underneath
both school uniforms. (Only dark navy blue nonbranded tracksuit pants are permitted. Only the
official school microfiber jacket is permitted.
♦ Return home and change clothing to suit
the policy or
♦ Wear clothing provided at the school which
does comply or
♦ Be refused the privilege in future.
Full length footed tights/stockings are permitted in
plain dark navy blue.
The school may slightly alter or delete items from
the uniform at anytime, however an appropriate
amount of time will be given, to allow for an
adjustment period. If you are unsure about an
item of clothing please check with the school.
Uniform Policy
July 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Side by side we grow
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
2 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
3 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
4
5
6 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
7 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
8 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
9 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
10 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
11
12 WK 1
13 TERM 3 BEGINS
14
15 Life Education Van
16 Life Education Van
17 Life Education Van
18
Board Meeting
P&F Meeting
19 WK 2
20
21
22
23
24
25
26 WK 3
27
28
29
30
31
Notes:
ICAS English
CATHOLIC EDUCATION WEEK
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Night Under the Stars
Homework Policy
At Christ the King Catholic Primary School the whole school rule of “Respect and Responsibility”
is essential in the development of this particular school policy.
The Staff of Christ the King School are committed to the concepts of regular homework as a means of:
♦ establishing for students, worthwhile numeracy and literacy study habits
♦ ensuring academic transitioning processes are the best they can be from one year level to the next
♦ encouraging parental awareness and involvement in their child’s educational progress
♦ enhancing the bond between teacher and parent in the mutual task of educating a child.
1.Homework will be set to extend and reinforce work already introduced in class but not to introduce new work. Not simply unrelated photocopied activities.
2.Homework may be given daily, weekly or fortnightly with a hand-in date provided at the beginning of the week or cycle.
3. Literacy and Numeracy focuses are paramount.
4.The school guidelines in respect to nightly time allocations for homework for Early, Middle and Upper Years are at least 10 minutes but no more than 30
minutes per night, depending on age and ability levels of students. Nightly activities within each homework cycle …..
will include
♦ reading (including sight words for younger students)
♦ spelling (including associated rules)
♦ number facts (or number recognition/counting for younger students) should include
♦ written comprehension activities or genre writing
♦ c omprehension activities regarding operations or problem solving (for middle to upper children)
could include
♦ individual plans of practice
♦ a matrix or a grid to spread homework over a week or two weeks (including elements of Literacy, Numeracy, Physical Activity, Spirituality, Technology,
Art/Music/Drama, Project Research)
5.Homework consistently not completed without communication from home will be completed at school during the students’ free time.
6.Staff will regularly ensure that written homework is carefully read, corrected, marked and returned to students. They will also ensure that non-written
homework is evaluated regularly.
7.Individual differences and special needs will also be taken into account, whether that be through revision or extension tasks. Learning Support Teachers are
available to be part of this process.
8. Parents will support the practices of the school and make every endeavour to be a partner with the teacher in the educating of their child.
August 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
30 WK 8
31
1
2 WK 4
3
4
5
6 District Athletics
7 District Athletics
8
9 WK 5
10 Ekka Holiday
11 ICAS Mathematics
12 Royal Queensland
Show (Brisbane)
13
14
15 Assumption of
Mary (Feast day of
the assumption of the
blessed Virgin Mary)
18 Travel Choice
Morning
19
22
Board Meeting
20
21 (to Nov 6) Yr 5/6
2016 Planning Meeting Interschool Sport
and P&F Meeting
semester 2
25
26
27
29
Notes:
Red Food Day
Side by side we grow
Saturday
16 WK 6
17
SCIENCE WEEK
23 WK 7
24
BOOK WEEK (Light up our world)
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OFFICE HOURS:
In general, our school office is open only during school
hours and not over holiday periods. This means 8.15am to
3.30pm during school terms. A more detailed list of times
is published regularly in our newsletter.
SCHOOL HOURS:
Lunch Breaks: 10:55 - 11:25 a.m. and 1:30 - 1:55 p.m.
♦ Outside school Hours care provides before and
after school programs
♦ All children are required to be present for the
start of the school day. Children who arrive
late must report to the school office.
♦ Lunches are eaten outside in the under cover
area
♦ On wet days children stay in their classrooms at
lunch time.
SUPERVISION:
School supervision hours are 8.15am to 3.20pm. We do,
however, have Outside School Care facilities, which can be
utilised. For security purposes all children arriving prior to
8.15am will automatically be sent to Outside School Hours
Care. A Fee is payable.
Children waiting to be collected by parents after school
will wait in the designated area. This area is supervised
by a teacher every day until 3.20pm. If a child remains
uncollected at this time, unless otherwise instructed the
child will be taken to OSHC and may be collected from
there. A fee is applicable.
*Please note:- Cars cannot move to the Pick Up Zone until 3pm
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Prep
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Pick up/Drop
off
Zone
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Garden
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Speed Limit
5km
per hour
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September 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Side by side we grow
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
2
3 Fathers Day Stall
4
5 Fathers Day Cricket
Match and BBQ
6 WK 9
7
8
9
10
11 Ctk Disco
12 Parish / School
Mass 6pm
13 WK 10
14
15
16 Board Meeting
17 P&F Meeting
18 TERM 3 ENDS
19
20
21 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
22 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
23 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
24 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
25 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
26
27
28 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
29 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
30 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Notes:
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October 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
2 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
3
4 WK 1
5 Labour Day
Public Holiday
6 TERM 4 BEGINS
7
8
9
10
11 WK 2
12
13
14 Prep Orientation
Day
15 P&F Meeting
16
17
22
23
24
29
30
31
Side by side we grow
Yr 5 Camp - Currimundi
18 WK 3
19
World Mission Sunday
CTJ Day – Pupil Free
Day
20
21
Board Meeting
Mission Week
25 WK 4
26
27
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28
November 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
1 WK 5
Monday
2
Tuesday
3 Melbourne Cup
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
4
5
6
7
Side by side we grow
Red Food Day
8 WK 6
9
10 Travel Choice
Morning
11 Remembrance Day
12
13
14
15 WK 7
16
17
18 Board Meeting
19 AGM & P&F
Meeting
20 Feast of CtK
21
22 WK 8
23
24
25
26 Year 6 Explore Uni
Day
27
Whole School
Bush Dance
28
29 WK 9
30
Notes:
1st Sunday of Advent
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Christmas
Prayer
God of love, Father of all, the darkness that covered the earth
has given way to the bright dawn of your Word made flesh. Make us a people of this light.
Make us faithful to your Word, that we may bring your life to the waiting world.
Grant this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
December 2015
Christ the King
CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL
DECEPTION BAY
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
1
Wednesday
2 Graduation Mass
Thursday
3
Friday
4 TERM 4 ENDS 12pm
Saturday
5
Side by side we grow
End of year Mass
6 2nd Sunday of Advent 7 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
8 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
9 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
10 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
11 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
12
13 3rd Sunday of
Advent
14 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
15 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
16 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
17 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
18 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
19
20 4th Sunday of
Advent
21 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
22 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
23 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
24 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
25 Christmas Day
26 Boxing Day
27
28 Boxing Day Public
Holiday
29 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
30 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
31 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Notes:
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54 Thompson Street, Deception Bay Q 4508
Phone: 07 3203 2164 Fax: 07 3204 2330
[email protected]
www.christthekingdbay.qld.edu.au

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