Dear Parents and Caregivers,
Statewide Inclusive Education Services (SIES) (formerly SERU) holds regular parent forums for parents or carers of children and students with disability or additional needs.
The forums are an opportunity for parents and carers to:
*network with other parents and carers of children with disability
*connect with relevant disability organisations and information across the state
*access the extensive resource library that houses approximately 20,000 resources including: - books and developmental learning materials - access equipment - assistive technologies - classroom amplification/acoustic equipment.
SIES Parent forum: Friday 15 September 9.45am to 2.45pm 72a Marlborough St, Henley Beach
Contact Statewide Inclusive Education Services (SIES) Inclusive Teaching and Learning Support and Inclusion Division Phone: 8235 2871 Email: education.ParentForum@sa.gov.au
School Photo Day Monday 21st August.
Please be at school promptly on Monday as the first class is pretty well straight up to the pavilion. If you have any appointments where you need to take your child during the day could you please check with the front office? Family photographs do not start until after recess at the earliest and they may even be starting after lunch. Please ensure that your children know whether you want a family photograph or not. Keep smiling everyone!
Pirate Day and the Numeracy Challenge
Well wasn’t it fun to dress up for such a good cause on Friday.
This week’s numeracy challenge was to make maps of all our school treasures (well, all of things we need and use in the yard) during the week. On Friday we had students rush around at lunchtime securing all our treasures by locating them on the maps and putting them on our secure register.
We had many plundering and pillaging pirates around the place Friday so thank you to all those students who provided maps and in particular the whole class of 7E, 6W, 6E, 2N and a student from 9E.
Thank you to the many students who rushed all over the yard at lunch time trying to secure our treasures. I hope you all had fun. And we certainly learnt that maps have to be very clear and accurate or it makes life difficult!