Subway orders

Subway lunch orders are offered at Cranbourne Carlisle every week. Subway has provided envelopes for ordering which must be handed in, with correct money, to the class teacher on Wednesday mornings. Parents need to complete the order by selecting the fillings that children would like in their lunch. The price of $5 includes a six inch sub and a drink (water or apple juice). Orders may be upgraded to a foot long sub for an additional $2.50. Only food items listed will be available and only orders placed via the classroom, in the correct envelope, will be accepted.
Completed envelopes with correct payment need to be handed to class teachers on Wednesday mornings. No late orders can be accepted. Lunches will be delivered to the School Office and distributed to classes each Thursday. Extra envelopes are available from class teachers or the School Office.

SCHOOL COUNCIL NEWS

The following parents have been duly elected to the Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School Council in the Parent Member category:

  • Tanya Caruana
  • Biftu Hawas
  • Belinda O’Shea

Tobin Cuss has been duly elected to the Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School Council in the DET Member category:

As the number of nominations in each category equalled the number of nominations, there will be no need for a ballot.

Schools’ Privacy Policy

The Department has developed a new Schools’ Privacy Policy and related documents for all Victorian government schools to implement. This includes:

  • Schools’ Privacy Policy
  • Collection notices
  • Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for school staff and parents.

Why must the new privacy policy be adopted

The new Schools’ Privacy Policy:

  • replaces any existing privacy policies used by schools.
  • ensures our school is compliant with updated legislation
  • clarifies that all school staff (including Student Support Service Officers, other allied health practitioners and teaching staff) may share personal and health information about a child with all other staff who ‘need to know’ that information, to enable the school to educate or support the child or fulfil legal obligations
  • allows for personal and health information about children transferring between government schools to be shared with the next (Victorian government) school.

For further information, please click on the link below:

Schools’ Privacy Policy

Important Reminders

SCHOOL FEES

Thank you to the many parents who have finalised payment of essential item school fees, or who have organised a payment plan with the School Office. Prompt payment of these fees enables us to purchase resources to enhance children’s learning in classrooms, PE equipment, art supplies, ICT equipment and so on.

Families who have not yet paid their fees are asked to do so as soon as possible. Payments may be made in cash, BPay or via EFTPOS. Please see Michelle at the School Office.

We are very grateful that many of our families have chosen to also pay the small voluntary contribution of $40. With this money, we will add to growing library collection, purchase new take home books and add further reading recovery resources.  It is not too late for families to choose to make this payment!!

PERSONAL PROPERTY BROUGHT TO SCHOOL

Personal property is often brought to school by children, staff and visitors. This property can include mobile phones, music devices, electronic games, calculators, musical instruments, sporting equipment and cars parked on school premises.

The Department of Education and Training does not hold insurance for personal property brought to school and it has no capacity to pay for any loss or damage to such property.

Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School does not have an insurance policy for lost, stolen or damaged personal property. Children are not permitted to bring any unnecessary or particularly valuable items to school. Mobile phones brought to school MUST be left at the School Office and collected at the end of the day.

STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE

The Department of Education and Training does not provide personal accident insurance for children. Parents and guardians are responsible for paying the cost of medical treatment for injured children, including any transport costs.

Student accident insurance policies are available from the private insurance market. These cover a range of medical expenses not covered by Medicare. They can be obtained by parents for individual children.

Parents are reminded that Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School does not have a whole of school accident insurance policy.

Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday!

I would like to take this opportunity to say a heartfelt thank you to all of our families for your support during 2017. It has been a busy and fulfilling year working with a wonderful group of staff and children. We have had numerous highlights during the year including the installation of the Silky Oak, our beloved Pirate Ship, and the many special celebrations we shared with the families. I look forward to seeing you in 2018 for another year full of laughter, learning and fulfilment of our goals.

Lisa Vandenbosch
Principal

2018 School start
Term 1 will commence on Wednesday 31 January for children in Year 1 to 6. Foundation children will begin on Thursday 1 of February.

Class structure for 2018

Principal: Lisa Vandenbosch
Assistant Principal: Trish Wallace
Assistant Principal: Tobin Cuss

Curriculum Days 2018 – No children required at school
Monday 29 January
Tuesday 30 January
Monday 16 July
Monday 5 November