ISSUE 14, 19 November 2021
Wednesday 1 December - Kindergarten Information Session (3.15pm-4.00pm)
All week 6-10 December - Preschool Stay & Play Sessions
P&C Trivia Night
2022 Parent Requests
Thank You Evatt Community
The Evatt all abilities bike precinct
Evatt Primary School is currently in the process of working with our community partner, cyclabilities to explore the idea of establishing the Evatt All Abilities Bike Precinct through a potential joint grant funding application.
2022 SCHOOL YEAR
2022 school travel applications now open
ACT Office for Women: Return to Work Grants Program & Workshops
The ACT Women’s Return to Work (RTW) Grants Program supports women who have been out of the workforce for an extended period onto pathways to employment. Successful applicants can access a $1,000 grant which can be used for a range of activities and resources including:
education and training fees;
educational expenses like textbooks computers/software and transport to courses/study;
work-related expenses like clothing, uniforms and equipment, and childcare.
Free Workshops for Women Returning to Work
Are you a mature aged woman seeking employment?
The Women 50+ - Reclaiming your Mojo workshop is for older women, with a focus on supporting women to recognise, and have confidence in, re-marketing their skills and recognising their transferable skills. The workshops will run once a week, over four weeks and will also include a post workshop catch up and one-on-one mentoring sessions as a follow up to the workshops. Starting February 2022.
Have you thought about starting your own business but don’t know where to start?
The Exploring Pathways and Relationships to Self-Employment workshops, will cover the knowledge and steps required to register and maintain a small business, as well as develop relationship and networking skills. These workshops will run once a week for three weeks. Starting early 2022.
To register for the workshops or if you have a question about the Return to Work Program, contact:
Phone: 6205 2885 (Women’s Return to Work Grants Coordinator)
International Day of People with Disability: Student art competition
Individual students are encouraged to submit a creative drawing, artwork or poster for International Day of People with Disability that incorporates the theme ‘Grow Inclusion’.
A high-resolution photograph, scan or electronic copy of the original artwork must be submitted and attached to the online entry form (hard copies of original artworks will not be accepted).
The student competition will be judged across three categories – junior (year K-3), middle (years 4-6) and senior (years 7-12). The winner of each category will receive a $250 gift voucher.
Please refer to the competition Terms and Conditions – Student category for further details.
Submit your entry to the Grow Inclusion Schools Competition by completing the fields below. Please note that entrants under the age of 18 must get their parent or guardian to complete the Consent section at the bottom of the form.
See more here: https://www.idpwd.com.au/growinclusion/
Our service aims to enhance the development, health and emotional wellbeing of children by supporting parents and carers and connecting them with the network of services available to families in Canberra and surrounding areas.
Phone: (02) 6287 3833
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