2022 School News
This term the Junior School Council has chosen to raise money for Fight MND Big Freeze 8. This helps raise money and awareness for Motor Neuron Disease. JSC are asking student to wear as much blue as possible and bring a gold coin donation on Friday 10th June. Feel free to get creative with beanies, … Read more
Education Week is fast approaching, and the theme is Celebrating 150 years of public education. Cairnlea Park Primary School previously Deer Park Primary School is 148 years old this year! So, we have lots to talk about. Celebrations will be held from 23rd-27th May. Some activities that are happening in the school that week are: … Read more
Friday 20th May is National Walk Safely to School Day. National Walk Safely to School Day (WSTSD) is an annual event when all Primary School children will be encouraged to participate in by walking and commuting safely to school. It is a community event seeking to promote Road Safety, Health, Public Transport and the Environment. … Read more
The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) helps eligible families to cover the costs of school trips, camps and sporting activities. If you have a valid means-tested concession card, such as a Veterans Affairs Gold Card, Centrelink Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card, or are a temporary foster parent, you may be eligible. There … Read more
Prep enrolments for next year will be taken from the beginning of Term 2 (Tuesday 26th April). Parents are required to supply the following information when enrolling: • Proof of residence in Cairnlea • Proof of age (birth certificate or passport) • Immunisation certificate
Cairnlea Park PS will be introducing parental consent and payment through CompassPay for incursions and excursions beginning in Term 2. You will find any event that requires consent and/or payment in the ‘Payment Centre’ banner of your Compass app or the ‘Action Centre’ in green on the right-hand side of the menu in your web … Read more
If you would like to celebrate your child’s birthday at school, please do not send in large cakes. Alternatively, send cupcakes (due to food allergies, a list of ingredients is required), donuts or lolly bags. Please let the teacher know in advance that you are planning to do this.
If you have any uniform items that your children have grown out of, please consider donating them to the second-hand uniform shop. The items must be washed and clean & in good condition. Items can be handed in at the office. Thank you. All proceeds from the uniform shop are donated to State School Relief. … Read more
With the holidays so close, once again I would like to remind everyone about the importance of staying safe and being seen on and around our roads and car parking areas. As a driver, a passenger, or as a pedestrian, we all must negotiate the road traffic environment on a daily basis. Children are especially … Read more
The 2022 School Council Election process commences on Tuesday, 22nd February with the call for nominations.Nomination forms for both, parent and DET employees are available at the office.Nominations close at 4.00pm on Tuesday, 1st March 2022. The election timeline is as follows: Notice of election and call for nominations: Tuesday, 22nd February 2022 Closing date … Read more
2021 School News
• Parents are now permitted to enter the school grounds and drop their children at their classroom door. • Parents are not to enter the classrooms. • Last year we saw our student’s independence develop in such a positive way as they arrived and left the school grounds self-sufficiently and we would like to continue … Read more
Morning Drop off at school To relieve congestion we ask that you use the gates that are allocated to your child’s grade level. • All entry gates will be manned by a teacher and will be opened at 8:40am. • Prep students and their older siblings are to enter through the front gates on Carmody … Read more
The Dept of Education has asked that we share the following information with our community: Schools are reminded to ensure students understand they should not sign up to external social media applications, such as Discord, using their school credentials.Discord is a chat-based social network, targeted at gamers and primarily for adults. Some schools have recently … Read more
Requests for child or children’s grade placement can only be requested based on educational grounds. Requests will only be received via the school email no later than 4pm on Monday 8th November. • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Attention: Principal Mr Mark Mills • Subject: 2022 Grade PlacementsAll requests will be carefully considered but not guaranteed, the … Read more
Our school is a Sun Smart School, and all students are required to wear a school hat in Term 4 to help protect them from the sun. Sunscreen is also available in every classroom for children to apply before they go outside.
Prep enrolments for next year are now being taken. Children must celebrate their fifth birthday by 30th April 2022 to be eligible for school. Due to our enrolment restrictions, we are unable to accept prep enrolments from families who live outside the Cairnlea estate. Parents are required to supply the following information when enrolling:– Proof … Read more
Please ensure your contact details are up to date at all times. If you change your home phone or mobile number, could you please let us know straight away in case we need to contact you if your child is ill or injured.This also applies to your emergency contacts; if their contact details change can … Read more
A feature of Education Week will be our annual Walkathon to be held on Wednesday 26th May. This is traditionally one of our major fundraisers for the year. This year the walk will be held inside the school grounds and divided into two sessions. Grades Prep, 1, 2 and grades 3NM and 3KS will begin … Read more
Now in its 77th year, Education Week aims to positively profile and celebrate the strengths and achievements of Victoria’s government education sector. This year Education Week runs from the 23rd to the 29th May. The theme ‘Building Connections’ focuses on how the community can act as a support network, support students’ learning and development, and … Read more
If you have any uniform items that your children have grown out of, please consider donating them to the second-hand uniform shop.The items must be washed and clean & in good condition.Items can be handed in at the office. Thank you.All proceeds from the uniform shop are donated to State School Relief.