After a lovely break with some marvellous weather the teaching and learning team is raring to go at St Peters PS for another 10 weeks of learning. We have lots happening, including: Peer Support, Stage 3 excursion, Education Week including our Open Day; Swim Scheme for Y2 - 6, as well as a new semester of learning and our additional activities. We very much look forward to seeing you all tomorrow and working with you all over this coming term. Our usual week ahead in learning is available this week so it will be all systems go from tomorrow.
School Reports and Mid Semester Interviews
At the end of last term you will have received the Semester 1 report. We introduced a new format this year aimed at giving you some more information about your child’s learning. There will be an evaluation which we would like you to complete released online this week which will be a quick survey to find out whether we have achieved our aims. An email will be released about this later in the week. If you feel you need to discuss the report further, please email the school office to make an appointment that is mutually convenient to discuss it.
On Tuesday 24 September we will hold mid semester parent teacher interviews to discuss learning for your child. The intention of these interviews is that they discuss learning achieved during Term 3 and do this in reference to the Semester 1 reports you have just received. Bookings for these interviews will be open soon via the parent portal.
Well Street Yoga
Booking are now open again for lunchtime yoga & relaxation classes run by Well Street Yoga
Monday Lunchtime Yoga | 29 July – 19 August | 4 Weeks | $40
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