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ELIZABETH DRIVE, SUNBURY 3429
31st July, 2014
PHONE
9740 8666
www.sunburywestps.vic.edu.au
No 23
Dear Parents, Staff and Children
Bookfair
Sincere thanks to Amanda Chatman for her coordination of this year’s Bookfair. The display was magnificent and appreciated by
our families. We sold $2,000 worth of books and will receive $500 worth of books for our school library. Huge thanks also to
Sandy Brydson, Julie Mills and Joyce Turley for their time and assistance in running the Bookfair.
Winners of the ‘Guess How Many Worms’ competition were:
1 Grace Vandenham
2 Stella Vaughan
3 Michael West
Buildings and Grounds
As mentioned in our last newsletter, Mark Chatman has been coordinating the replacement of the playground edging with the
assistance of Ben Payton and Sharon Moore. These works were completed last weekend with the additional “hands on” help of
Paul Spencer and Dan Bradbury. The end result is fantastic and we sincerely appreciate the hard work, effort and time that has
been devoted to the completion of this project. We are very fortunate to have wonderful parents willing to help with our
improvement initiatives.
Whooping Cough
We ask that parents continue to be vigilant in monitoring any coughs and colds that children may have. Whooping Cough begins
with ‘cold like’ symptoms, with the cough presenting afterwards. Please seek medical advice if you are unsure so that your
children can receive the appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
Enrolments 2015
Enrolments for the Year 2015 are now being taken. If you know of any potential enrolments, please ask families to contact the
school as soon as possible.
Camps Program
On Monday, we sent home a letter to all families outlining the Camps Program from 2015 onwards. Camps will be offered to
children in Grades 3 /4 and 5 /6 every alternate year.
Please contact the school if you have any queries regarding the new camps schedule.
Parent Opinion Surveys
The data we collect from Parent / Staff and Student Opinion Surveys plays a very important role in the development and
implementation of our School Strategic Plan and Annual Implementation Plans. If your family received a parent opinion survey last
week, could you please return it to the office tomorrow.
Inga Wilson
Assistant Principal
TIMELINE
Term 3 July / August
4th August
31st July
11th August Grade 5/6 Sovereign Hill Excursion
Western Water 5/6
August
11th August Responsible Pet Ed Incursion - Preps
Father’s Day Stall
Dates to Remember
31st July
Western Water 5/6 - No cost
11th August
Prep Incursion - Responsible Pet Ed
No cost
4th September
Father’s Day Stall
11th September
Grade 5/6 Sovereign Hill Excursion
Thank you to next weeks volunteers:
More volunteers are needed and would
be greatly appreciated.
August
10.00-12.00
12.00-2.00
Mon 4th
CLOSED
MONDAYS
Tues 5th
Second Hand Uniforms are available at
any time in the Community Room
(Cornish Street Building). Uniforms are
available for a gold coin donation, this is
an honesty system please leave the
money at the office.
“SAVE THE DATE “
Sunday 16th November
2014 - Shopping Tour
More information to
come soon.
Wed 6th
Thurs 7th
T. Vandenham
Fri 8th
G. O’Donovan
MEDICATION POLICY
If a child needs to be given medication at school,
parents must supply:
A signed note stating
• child’s name
• name of medication
Education Maintenance Allowance

Instalment Two
Have you recently received a Health Care Card? If
you have you may be eligible to apply for the
second installment of EMA. Please see the office for
a form.
Parents/guardians whose children have transferred to
this school since 28 February 2014 will need to submit
a new EMA application form.
If you applied at the beginning of the year you do not
need to submit a new form.
Applications close on 1st August 2014
Eligibility information can be obtained from:
www.education.vic.gov.au/aboutschool/lifeatschool/
ema/default.htm
Contact: School Office for application form and
further information
Key Dates:
Eligibility day - 14 July 2014
• dosage and when it needs to be
administered
• time frame medication is to be taken
Medication Permission Notes are available from the
office or the sick bay. If however you are unable to
obtain a Medication Permission Note on the first day
your child’s medication is brought to school, then
written authorisation from parents will suffice.
However, a school permission note will be sent home
that day and will need to be completed for the
continued administration of the medication.
Please note that staff are unable to administer any
form of medication unless written authorisation is
received.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
The students and staff would like to thank
all of the parents who came to help out
Cancer Council Relay For Life
Come out and enjoy an evening at the cinemas
and at the same time help out a wonderful cause.
Join the members of the KHE SANH team in
seeing:
on our ‘Market Fresh’ visit. We really
appreciate you giving up your time and
the effort that you put in. You certainly
helped to make the day a great success and
a wonderful learning opportunity
The Hundred Foot Journey
starring Helen Mirren
When: Thursday 14th August
Time: 6.30pm or 8.45pm (2 sessions) with supper
provided in between sessions.
Where: Reading Cinemas, Sunbury
Tickets: $20 each
for all of us.
Contact Kristy for more information or to RSVP
by 11/08/14 on 0409 808 466 or
[email protected]


I can’t catch my breath. It’s hard to breathe.

Sometimes it may feel like someone is squeezing my
chest really tightly.
* Kids Eat Free from 5pm-7pm *

* Wednesday Oyster Night *
I may cough a lot. Sometimes more at night or after
sport.


My throat may feel itchy.

I use my puffer with a Spacer. It helps to get more
medicine into my lungs.
What’s on this month?
My breathing may sound funny, it may be a bit noisy
(wheezing) or it may sound like a whistle.
* $14 Lunch Specials *
* $7 Coffee & Cake All Day *
*$15 Pasta Night Thursdays *
Winter Takeaway Special
Order 2 pastas off our Pasta Menu and
we’ll throw in a garlic bread and a pudding
FREE!
Thank you to Soltan Pepper for supporting
Sunbury West Primary School
My Blue puffer. This is also called a reliever. The
medicine in my reliever quickly makes it easier for
me to breathe.
Please ensure that if your child suffers from Asthma that the
school has a current Asthma Action/Care Plan
STUDENT OF THE WEEK TERM 3 - 2014 -
Monday 28th July
PREP
Megan
The
whole
Vangrade
Berlo
For their excellent
Congratulations
onstart
yourto100
thedays
term.of school.
SH
1/2 A
Anita Zambetta
Lara Parkinson
Claudia
Rogulic
For always
their fantastic
trying hard
start to complete
Term 3. Keep
theiritwork.
up!
Zoe Gardner
Aiden
Kellett
1/2 L
Riley Doyle
Trinity
Watts
For being
the consistent
so considerate
effort he
andis caring.
putting into his work.
1/2 M
Harvey
Zoe
Pearce
Meacham
JustinLangmaid
Will
McConnell
Jack Azzopardi
For the improvement
pride she shows
in his
in her
maths.
work.
For using
the enthusiastic
great maths
presentation
strategies and
of his
persistence
space project.
to work out
challenging maths problems.
3/4 B
3/4 B
Jaxon
Dowal
Amy Quick
Mitchell Spencer
For being fabulous classroom helpers.
For their fabulous Commonwealth Games research.
3/4C
3/4C
Ava Bedford-Carey
Stasia Bradbury
For always putting in an exceptional effort.
For a consistent effort all week.
3/4P
3/4P
3/4 T
3/4 T
Mithil Chawla
Logan Weiler
Justin Sheppard
Aaiden Vaiese
For his great start to Term 3 and for his great work in Maths.
For being a fantastic role model to her peers in our numeracy
sessions.
For always doing their best and working hard.
For their terrific approach to work.
5/6 D
5/6 D
Jayden Watts
Bella Nightingale
Jordan Giellin
For their focus on their own learning.
Welcome to Sunbury West Primary School.
5/6L
5/6L
Hope O’Brien
Connor Lloyd
Tamika Carr
Jay
LakerBerry
Michael
For a fantastic focused start to the term. Fantastic effort!
For a great start to learning in Term 3 and a consistent and focused
approach.
For a great start to Term 3, and for his great work with fractions.
For their mature and sensible approach to all tasks and for their
lovely manners.
5/6N
5/6N
ART
ART
MUSIC
MUSIC
P.E.
P.E.
Nikolaj Maksimovic
Abby Chatman
3/4’s
Preps
All Grades
5/6L
For excellent Music Works.
For their excellent dancing and singing.
For being willing to adapt to new ideas and activities.
For demonstrating a responsible attitude.
ABSENCE AND ATTENDANCE
Regular attendance is important as it helps school
progress, social adjustment and the development of
dependability. However, home is the place for a sick
child. A sick child cannot work well and may pass his/her
illness onto other children and staff.
Children returning after an absence must bring a
written note. If it is known that a child will be absent for
a long period, parents are requested to discuss this with
the grade teacher and the Principal or Assistant
Principal.
PRIMARY SCHOOL WEAR UNIFORM SHOP
Will now operate from
PSW Sunbury
Shop 6/106—120 Gap Rd
Aldi Centre
Trading Hours
Mon—Wed 10am—4pm
Sat. 9am—12pm

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