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1 KELLYVILLE RIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOL KELLYVILLE RIDGE NEWS Learn, Grow, Succeed Term 1 Week 8 18 th March 2016 Cnr Singleton Road & Greenwich Street Phone: Fax: Kellyville Ridge 2155 Website: DIARY DATES Friday 18 th March Monday 21 st March Tuesday 22 nd March Thursday 24 th March Thursday 24 th March Friday 25 th March Monday 28 th March Thursday 31 st March Monday 4 th April Tuesday 5 th April Wednesday 6 th April Last day for PSSA Years 3-6 Athletics Carnival Harmony Day wear something orange Easter Egg-stravaganza Sydney West Swimming Good Friday Public Holiday Easter Monday Public Holiday Special Assembly Parent Teacher Interviews (information below) Parent Teacher Interviews (information below) Parent Teacher Interviews (information below) Notes Home this week Meet the Teacher 6R students Debating Workshop selected students Reminders ICAS Competition due back Thursday 24 th March Debating Workshop permission notes due Wednesday 23 rd March BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE Kellyville Ridge OOSH operates from the school hall from 7.00am till 8.30am and 3.00pm till 6.00pm. For more details contact Cubbyhouse Before & After School Care (Head Office) or (Kellyville Ridge OOSH) Second Hand Uniform Sale There will be a sale of second hand uniforms on Wednesday 23 rd March from 8.30am to 9.15am outside the front office. A variety of items will be available and will be priced from $5. Please note that this is a cash only sale.

2 From the Principal New Assistant Principal After an extensive process, I am delighted to inform you that we have selected our new Assistant Principal. Mr Greg Keary has been successful at interview and will take up his position at the beginning of Term 2. Some of you may remember Mr Keary who was with us here at Kellyville Ridge last year as a classroom teacher before moving to Riverbank PS. Mr Keary will be responsible for Stage 3 and will be teaching 5C. We thank Miss Campbell for the wonderful job that she has done at setting up the class. 3-6 Athletics Carnival A reminder that our 3-6 athletics carnival is scheduled for Monday 21 st March. All children will need to be at school by 8.00am and make their way to the hall for roll marking. The first bus will be leaving school at 8.15am. Children not attending the carnival are expected to come to school. Classes will be operating for these children. Please be aware that the carnival will go ahead whether it is raining or not as the Blacktown venue has an all-weather track. Paul Kelly Cup Success A huge congratulations to our two Paul Kelly Cup teams who competed this week. The boys played well throughout the whole competition and represented the school with great dignity and exceptional sportsmanship. They then cheered on the girl s team who played superbly and came out as the ultimate winners. Mr Hope and Mr Storey are extremely proud of both our teams. Parent Teacher Interviews Parent teacher interviews are scheduled for the last week of term. For your information and planning, classes will be having interviews on the following days: - Monday 4 th April KZ, KM, 1-2G, 1F, 2K, 2S, 3-4H, 3M, 3S, 3P, 5C, 5R, 5-6A, 6S - Tuesday 5 th April KWL, KL, KO, 1A, 2I, 3RW, 4E, 3-4D, 5S, 5M, 6R - Wednesday 6 th April 1V, 1S, 2M, 4C, 4K, 4W, 6CB, 6M The interviews will be able to be booked on-line and an instruction sheet will be coming home next week, once the site is open. Special Assembly A reminder that we will be holding the Term 1 Special Assembly on Thursday 31 st March. The awards this term will be presented for Creative Arts and PD/Health/PE. Parents and visitors are most welcome to attend. Parents of children receiving awards will receive an invitation. Working With Children Check A reminder that all parents who help at the school, whether it be in the canteen, in classrooms or on excursions are required by law to undergo a working with children check. I have included information about the process later in the newsletter. Mrs D. Edwards Principal

3 From the Deputies MULTICULTURAL SPEAKING COMPETITION Congratulations to the students who took part in the finals of this speaking competition. As the adjudicators, we were absolutely delighted with the standard of the speeches and the maturity of all the students involved. Congratulations to the four winners who will now go on to compete against students from other schools. Well done! EASTER ACTIVITIES Easter is rapidly approaching and we are going to run our Easter Eggstravaganza again this year. Details are provided later in the newsletter. We are asking once again for donations of Easter eggs for the P&C Easter Guessing Competition (Raffle). Easter eggs can be sent to the office for collection. Raffle books have come home this week and prizes will be drawn at our Easter Eggstravaganza. MORNING ROUTINES We would now ask that parents say goodbye quickly and leave their children ready to line up when the bell goes. This makes it much easier for the children to be settled and the staff to convey messages. Please encourage your child, particularly Kindergarten children, to proceed to their class lines by themselves. This encourages them to be more independent and also hastens the lining up process. Also, a reminder that no-one is to be in a classroom before school. Children are to hang up their bags and go directly into the playground where they are supervised from 8.30am. ABSENCE NOTES When you are sending in notes for your child s absence, please make sure that you state a specific reason for the absence. Unfortunately, if a reason is not given, the absence will be entered as Unjustified. Mrs J.Maher Mr I. Duncan MINDQUEST 2015 This event is held over a weekend at Glenwood High School and is aimed at students K-6 that have a particular interest or talent in a variety of areas. It includes a number of workshops including Secret Missions (suitable for Year 1 and Year 2), The Wonderful World of Harry Potter (suitable for Years 3 and 4) and Digital Animation (Suitable for Years 5 and 6). There are 27 different workshops in all. The workshops will be at Glenwood High School and run on the weekend of Saturday 4 th and Sunday 5 th June. Application forms are available from the front office. Applications close on Friday 6 th May Cubbyhouse Vacation Care Enrolments are now open for Cubbyhouse Kellyville Ridge Vacation Care for the upcoming school holidays from the 11th to the 26th of April. Enrolment forms can be obtained from the school office, from before and after school care or from the website. Please send completed enrolments to or alternatively, handed in to your before and after school care centre, before Wednesday 6th April. Please do not hesitate to contact Cubbyhouse if you have any questions or problems.

4 K-2 Premier s Reading Challenge Update K-2 students are to experience 30 books during the Premier s Reading Challenge. We will be reading 25 books during our library and class programs. This year we are asking parents and students to read 5 books at home. These books can be free choice or on the Premier s Reading Challenge list. At the end of the challenge parents will be asked to submit their child s reading log (including the 25 books entered at school and the 5 books entered at home.) This gives the school permission for your student to be involved. Years 1 and 2 should have their user name and log in from last year. Kindergarten will be receiving their log in details in the coming weeks. For Kindergarten, please record your books on paper until your child receives their user name and log in. If you have any further questions please see your class teacher or myself in the library. Thank you for your cooperation. Happy Reading. Rachel Scott Premier s Reading Challenge Coordinator For more information please see the PRC website https://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc/rules.html Kellyville Ridge celebrates Harmony Day on Tuesday 22 nd March The Harmony Day theme for this year is Our Diversity is our Strength and is a day that we embrace cultural diversity and share what we have in common. It is about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. As our 3 6 Athletics Carnival falls on the 21 st March, students at Kellyville Ridge will be celebrating Harmony Day on Tuesday 22 nd and all students at Kellyville Ridge will be involved in celebrating Harmony Day. Books related to the theme will be read to the students next week during library and displays for Harmony Day will showcase the celebration. Around the school, posters will be displayed with our school statistics about the children s countries of origin. In the classrooms, children will participate in Harmony Day activities. Children can wear orange clothes, the colour for Harmony Day. As it is Sport in Schools they must wear joggers and bring their school hat. Children can however, wear hats from other countries when not doing sport. Mrs Erceg, Mrs Dobrucki & Mrs Smith DON T FORGET: COME DRESSED IN SOMETHING ORANGE!!!

5 Easter Eggstravaganza! Thursday 24 th March You are invited to join in the fun of the Easter Eggstravaganza am - K-2 students perform Easter songs and parade in class groups 10.15am - Students in years 3-6 are invited to come down to the hall and COLA area for the P&C Easter Raffle am Recess. Parents may join students for recess and view the Easter Eggstravaganza display in the library. It s time to get busy creating! Years K-2 students are asked to decorate an Easter hat or an Easter basket that they will wear or carry with them during the school s Easter Hat Parade. Years 3-6 students are asked to create a decorated egg (blown or hard boiled). Displays must have a title such as, Dame Eggna Eggerage with fantastic glasses and a gorgeous dress, or Andre Eggasi with a bald head and a tennis racquet or Mrs Eggwards!! Please do not bring these to school until Thursday 24 th March. P & C EASTER GUESSING COMPETITION We are again collecting Easter eggs for the Easter baskets to be raffled on Thursday 24 th March at the Easter Eggstravaganza. We are asking if all students can donate an Easter egg. Eggs can be left at the school office. Thank you to those families that have already contributed. Each family will have received a book of raffle tickets to sell for the Easter Guessing Competition. Tickets stubs are to have purchaser s name and contact number clearly written on them. Money and tickets are now due. Unsold tickets are to be returned to the office and additional booklets are also available from the office. Thank You P & C

6 CANTEEN Please note that food brought from home cannot be heated in the Canteen. HELPERS ROSTER FOR NEXT WEEK MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 21 st March 22 nd March 23 rd March 24 th March 25 th March Lakshmi & Lakshmi & Lakshmi & Lakshmi & Mary Good Friday Ginny Liana Carmen

7 Glenwood Girl Guides Girl Guides have lots of FUN!! camping, cooking, doing craft, playing games, earning badges and learning skills for life Come and Try Night March 24, 2016 Girls yrs meet Thursdays pm Glenwood Community Hub, 72 Glenwood Park Drive, Glenwood Call Joanne on Or to find out more visit our website HINTS FOR PARENTS PROMOTING INDEPENDENCE * Encourage your child to do routine household and family activities eg tidy their bedrooms * Encourage your child to take responsibility for their own homework tasks * Break complex tasks into smaller, simpler tasks to make the job more achievable. Taken from Parenting Ideas, Michael Grose

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9 How do I apply? STEP 1: Fill in an application form online Go to and fill in the online application form. You will be asked whether your child related work is paid or unpaid. If you cannot access the online system, call a Customer Support Officer on (02) for assistance with your application. Once you have submitted the form, you will receive an application number that looks like this: - APP E (the E means it is for paid work) or - APP V (the V means it is only valid for unpaid work). STEP 2: Present proof of your identity Go to a NSW motor registry or NSW Council Agency that offers RMS services with: - your application number AND proof of your identity (same as for a NSW driver s license). You must have BOTH of these items for your application to proceed. If you are in paid work, you will also be required to pay an $80 fee for a five year clearance You will not be required to prove that you are a volunteer or paid worker. The Customer Service Operator at the NSW motor registry or Council Agency will know which type of Check you have applied for by the letter at the end of your application number. E means your Check is for paid work, V means it is for unpaid work only. You will receive your outcome and Working With Children Check number by (or post if you do not have an address). Most applications will be processed within 48 hours. PLEASE NOTE! Before you go to a NSW motor registry or Council Agency that offers RMS Services: You MUST take your application number with you. Customer Service Operators cannot look it up on their system. If you do not have your application number, you cannot proceed with your proof of identity requirement. You cannot submit proof of identity for someone else. To prove your identity, you must appear in person with your own documentation

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