This coming Thursday we are to have the pleasure of our state member for the NSW parliament Ron Hoenig MP visiting the school. While Ron was not able to come to our last presentation day, he has supported the awarding of a citizenship award at the school and upon being asked to come and visit the school once again he was very happy. Ron will be spending a couple of hours at the school and during that time we will be showing him all of our classes as well as reminding him of our amazing facilities. It is also timely to show him the effects of the work happening around us and how as a community we have forged ahead despite the disruption. Our P&C will also be meeting with him.
Cross Country Carnival
On Friday 6 April we will be holding our annual cross country carnival. Weather permitting the carnival includes all grades being involved in some running. For children turning 8 and over this year, races will be timed and those with the fastest times will be entered to represent the school in the South Sydney Zone Cross Country Carnival in term 2. Student who turn 5, 6 and 7 will also be running one loop of our circuit and children in kindergarten will run with buddies from grades 5 and 6. There will also be some novelty activities for those children that they will undertake while the older children are running. We welcome any help from parents to supervise the circuit. It helps ensure the running of the competition is effective and that children are safe. The letter that was handed out earlier.
This Wednesday is our P&C's first standard meeting of the school year. They will be meeting in the school staffroom at 7pm and gate at the front of Church Street will be open. Please remember that if you wish to ask Mr Lavitt any questions they need to be provided in advance. Simply email the school with the questions and I will answer them at the meeting.
Silver Street Gate
We apologise for the issue of the Silver Street gate not be open on time - there was an issue with the clock in the mechanism. We have now corrected the issue and enabled the gate to open on Monday's before assemblies at 2:10pm to allow for access to assemblies.
St Peters Public School acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our company is located and where we conduct our business. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. St Peters Public School is committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.
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