Here is the latest from the Manyok and Mayen’s Message (oh and Murtaza too) series, be sure to check out the CCPS TV tab for other great school produced videos.
Women’s Friendship Café Mission Statement
– WFC aims to provide a safe welcoming environment where all women can relax, make friends and contacts, share experiences, learn new ideas and skills, and find pathways to connect to services and opportunities.
– WFC aims to foster connectedness and inclusion in the Cranbourne neighbourhood.
– WFC aims to build confidence in women so they can strengthen their families and take up new challenges.
WE WANT OUR PARENTS TO TELL US WHAT THEY THINK!
Our school is conducting a survey to find out what parents think of our school. The Parent Opinion Survey is an annual survey offered by the Department of Education and Training that is conducted amongst a sample of randomly selected parents. It is designed to assist schools in gaining an understanding of parents’ perceptions of school climate, student behaviour and student engagement. Our school will use the survey results to help inform and direct future school planning and improvement strategies.
Approximately 30 per cent of parents will be invited to participate in this year’s survey. All responses to the survey are anonymous. This year the Parent Opinion Survey will be conducted from Monday 23rd July to Sunday 26th August.
The survey will be conducted online, only takes 10-15 minutes to complete, and can be accessed at any convenient time within the fieldwork period on desktop computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones. The online survey will be available in a range of languages other than English. These include: Arabic, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Chin (hakha), Hindi, Japanese, Somali, Turkish, Punjabi and Greek.
The survey results will be reported back to the school at the end of September. Results will be posted on this website as soon as they are available.
Please speak to your child’s teacher if you would like more information.
Click on the above image to download our Term 3 Parent Activity calendar to stay up to date with the life of the school.
We are hoping to get more parents who are willing to assist with our Family Learning Club, anyone up early to help with Breakfast Club, parents wanting to participate in Adult Art classes, those wishing to get involved with the Fitness Group and anyone wanting to help plan Polyfest Day. Your involvement matters to us.
Thanks to all who attended our Afghan Day celebration. We look forward to seeing everyone at Polyfest!
As a school, we believe that all cultures are valued and bring a unique view of life. For 2018 we have planned three Cultural Connectionz celebrations, Afghan Day, Polyfest and African Pride Day. We are excited to kick off the festivities with Afghan Day which will involve performances and speeches from our school community, Cranbourne East Secondary, Cranbourne Secondary, Lyndhurst Secondary College and CMY.
As a school we commemorated ANZAC Day through our attendance at the Cranbourne RSL memorial ceremony, we observed Reconciliation Week and are beginning implementation of the Marrung Aboriginal Education Plan. The Australian culture is highly valued and the Cultural Connectionz are a small gesture to acknowledge the different ways people celebrate life. We are spending these days highlighting some alternative traditions. The aim of these days is to gain a clearer insight into the many different cultures that make up our school community.
As a school we will be seeking your input for our 2019 Cultural Connectionz through a survey that will be available later in this year. We will have events held in Term 2, 3 and 4.
Lastly we would like to thank the Sidney Myer Foundation for helping fund our Cultural Connectionz celebration days. I would also like to thank the CCPS School Council for their support of the events.
Here is some key information to get families through the final two weeks of term!
– Breakfast Club Monday & Thursday 8:15am
– Afghan Day Wednesday (Gold coin donation, dress in traditional Afghan clothes or Red/Green/Black)
– Family Learning Club Thursday 3:30-4:30pm
– Adult Art Thursday 2:15-3:15pm
– 025 Junior Assembly
– No Breakfast Club
– No Family Learning Club
– No Adult Art
– Pirate Day Friday (Gold coin donation)
– Early Finish 2:30pm Friday
Here is the Afghan Day warm up video the entire school watched last week to get themselves prepared for our celebration. There will be another video posted on Afghan Day with much more!
The NDIS transition will be rolled out in southern Melbourne on 1 September
The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) will be offering 11 community information sessions across various locations to introduce the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) into the southern Melbourne community. A Department representative will be present to answer school-related questions.
The NDIS transition is due to be rolled out in southern Melbourne on 1 September 2018.
The sessions will cover topics including:
- what is the NDIS and how does it work?
- what kind of support can I access through the NDIS?
- accessing the NDIS
- the rollout of NDIS in the southern Melbourne.
How to register
The event will be held at the following locations and times:
- Dandenong: Tuesday 19 June, 6.30pm – 8.30pm Click Here For More Info