A reminder that tomorrow night Tuesday 19 February is our annual Community Night, we hope to see you all there. The night runs from 5-7:30pm and there will be pizza, sausages and ice cream for sale to keep you and the family full!
Secondly, this Thursday 21 February is a pupil free curriculum day while the teaching staff are involved in a professional development day. School will take place as normal on Friday 22 February.
The ACE Foundation is proud to partner the Glasses for Kids Programme in assisting the children in the City of Casey. ACE Foundation is delighted to inform you that if your child requires glasses they can receive them for FREE.
Parents are required to fill out the voucher/consent form attached and call any of the approved centres to make an appointment for your child to receive a bulk-billed comprehensive eye examination. If your child requires glasses, you will be able to choose a pair from a specific range and the ACE Foundation will pay for them.
There is NO COST to you. Consent and voucher forms are now available at the Office.
At Cranbourne Carlisle we believe the key to a successful child is the support of school, family and the wider community. We see local community groups as vital in the development of children and families and as such are hosting a community night.
Come meet the Principal team, classroom teachers, Enrichment teachers, local sporting teams, community support groups and more! There will be a sausage sizzle, pizza stall and ice cream truck selling food on the night (Halal and vegetarian options available).
There will also be two ‘Reading at Home’ information sessions to assist parents in setting positive reading habits in the home.
Time: 5 – 7:30pm Date: Tuesday 19 February
Location: CCPS, 15 Silky Oak Drive
Free raffle for all families in attendance, make sure you fill out your Community Night passport to go in the draw!
We are excited to say our new website is nearly complete! The site will feature brand new class blogs that will allow parents and families the chance to stay up to date with all things in the class. Until the new website is finalised we will continue to update you on all things CCPS right here.
Dear families and friends, a heartfelt thank you for your support during 2018. Enjoy the holiday break and we look forward to working with you in 2019
It’s that time of year again! The school year is almost over. The Christmas holidays are just around the corner. Children generally want to plunge into holidays, leaving schoolwork, timetables and teachers behind. That’s only natural. But before they get too far into holiday mode, parents can consider how they can round out the year, and bring it to a close. Children of all ages benefit from parental recognition of their achievements and successes as it sets the stage for the coming school year. Here are a few ideas to help you close off the old year to prepare for the year ahead:
1. Discuss the highlights and the lowlights of the year.| 2. Celebrate improvement and success. 3. Show appreciation to those who assisted you along the way. 4. Look forward to a fresh start. 5. Now relax and have a great break. So it’s a wrap!
Whilst we are looking forward to the Christmas Market, a change of date to Tuesday 18 December MIGHT take place due to the predicted weather for Thursday. We are monitoring the situation closely and will confirm the information as soon as a decision is made. A change of date would allow us to enjoy the festivities without the hassle of umbrellas and gumboots.
The Christmas Concert will still take place on Thursday 13 December at 9am in the gym, regardless of the weather.
Should any change take place we will communicate it here on our website, through the before and after school announcements and on each year level blog.
It’s not long until our African Pride Day! We are excited to promote and explore a variety of African cultures, enjoy some special guests and participate in a range of interesting learning activities. Parents are welcome to join us for the assembly from 9:00am.
Colour Powder The colour powder used in our event has been sourced direct from India, the home of Holi Powder. It is made of high quality corn starch and permitted food colours. It’s non-toxic, biodegradable, skin safe and environmentally friendly. Toxicological Risk Assessment and ingredient listings can be obtained from the School Office upon request. Students with asthma are advised to be careful in their decision to participate.
What to wear: A white top is best to see all the colours. Whilst the colour is washable it is best to wear clothes that you don’t mind getting ruined.
Where to go: The event will be held on the school oval. Whilst you are waiting for your run time you are invited to join the dance party in the centre of the oval.
Fundraising: 1. You created a profile page online: Once the fundraiser has finished (November 9th) click the ‘ORDER MY PRIZE’ button and then confirm your total amount raised and order your prize/s.
2. Cash donations: Complete the back page of the Sponsorship Form and return to the school.