For Parents

As a Catholic community, we are committed to the understanding that all people have the right to be treated with respect and courtesy and that all people have the right to feel and remain safe. Fundamental to our responsibility is our recognition of the need to guide the children towards self-control and self-direction, promote constructive and positive behaviour and attend to misbehaviour. In helping children to develop socially acceptable behaviour, it is essential that the school, home and community work together.

There are many opportunities for parents and caregivers to become volunteers. These include:

  • MultiLit tutors
  • Helpers at excursions and carnivals
  • Canteen help
  • Library support
40km/h school zones are in force on all days which are not a weekend or a public holiday. Children are vulnerable road users. They are at risk in the traffic environment because of their size, their difficulty in judging speed and distance, and the fact that they may behave unpredictably. Below are some safety steps for parents/carers of school-aged children.
  • Always obey the parking signs around schools. They have been designed to keep your children safe. 
  • Double parking at any time is illegal and is particularly dangerous around schools. It reduces visibility and blocks the road for other motorists. Children stepping on to the road to get into a car which is double parked are not visible to other motorists. 
  • Your child should always use the safety door to get in and out of the car. The safety door is the rear passenger side door that opens to the kerb side. Until they are 8 years old, you should always hold a child’s hand when crossing the road, in the car park and when you are on the footpath. 
For more detailed information on school zones please visit the RMS website.

    The SPORT DAYS for each class for 2019 are:

    Kindy:     Tuesdays and Thursdays
    Year 1:    Tuesdays and Fridays
    Year 2:    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    Year 3:    Mondays and Tuesdays
    Year 4:    Thursdays and Fridays
    Year 5:    Wednesdays and Thursdays
    Year 6:    Wednesdays and Fridays