- CREATIVE THINKING AND COLLABORATION
- REMEMBRANCE DAY
- REPORTS and 2020 CLASSES
- LEARNER PROFILES
- CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY GRADUATION
- Yr 5 EXHIBITION
- YR 6 & 7 STUDENT INITIATED PROJECTS
- SCHOOL DISCO
- CELEBRATION NIGHT - DEC10th
- CONGRATULATIONS LUKE
- BYOD INFORMATION NIGHT
- OSHC DIRECTOR POSITION
- LIBRARY BOOKS
- CHRISTMAS HAMPERS FOR BEACON EMERGENCY RELIEF
- VOLUNTEER MORNING TEA
- LOST PROPERTY
- SAPSASA TENNIS
- BLACKWOOD HIGH SCHOOL OPEN NIGHT
- COMMUNITY NEWS
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
It was a pleasure to observe our Yr 3-7 students performing at the Capri Theatre for our annual Dance Night. This year Kelly Bodger, our dance teacher, creatively put together a range of dances around the theme of iconic Art pieces. Congratulations to our creative Yr 7 students who cleverly pieced the dances together with an entertaining script. It was great to see the skills showcased by our Jump Rope team and we thank Sue Matthews for capably coaching this team. Congratulations also to Stacey Stutterd for the work that she has done with the primary choir and the Festival of Music choir. Thanks again to all the people who helped to make this night a success.
Next week our Yr 5 students will showcase their collaborative learning through the IBPYP Exhibition. Students have been working really hard in their group to explore issues relating to "Sharing the planet". Juli Bryan, Tanya Taylor and Sara Harris, as well as families, have guided students through this process which includes posing questions, research, visiting experts, seeking feedback and creatively sharing new understandings to engage an audience. We look forward to hearing about their learning next week.
Similarly our Yr 6 & 7 students have been working on a IBMYP 'Student Initiated Project" where they have identified a problem to solve and used design thinking to formulate and develop a solution. They too will have the opportunity to share the process they used to develop a product of personal relevance, next week. Thanks to Eve Hooper, Kylie Mueller, Thyrza Veitch and Vanessa Hiser for supporting students to prepare for this showcase of learning.
Remembrance day is an important day that is commemorated around the world, in our local community and also in the school community. Last Monday Juli Bryan attended a commemoration service at the Soldiers Memorial in Blackwood. I would like to thank Sam D and Megan M who proudly lay a wreath on behalf of our school community. Thanks to students from Ms Hiser's class who made the wreaths.
Our SRC leaders, Lachlan, Sebastian, Alana, Indi, Sam and Nathan conducted a service at our school on Monday which included all students assembling in the amphitheatre to reflect and show their respect.
Thanks everyone for buying the poppies for Remembrance Day 2019!! (and to Karen in the front office for organising them!).
We raised $163.60 for the Mitcham RSL
A great effort by the Coromandel Valley Primary School community!!
From the CVPS SRC Student Leaders 2019
Staff are currently in the process of putting together classes for 2020. Student reports will be sent home on Wednesday 11th December. Within this envelope families will also receive information regarding their child's class placement for 2020. On that Wednesday all students will have the opportunity to visit their new classroom.
|Valerian - Knowledgeable||Aamina - Thinker||Amber - Caring|
|Jacob - Caring||Grace - Reflective||Lily - Risk Taker|
|Ethan - Principled||Anderson - Communicator||Corby - Caring|
|Hamish - Reflective||Ava - Open Minded||Evan - Thinker|
|Eliza - Inquirer||Bianca - Communicator||Isabel - Knowledgeable|
|Hugo - Communicator||Lucas - Principled||Lucas - Reflective|
|Jack - Thinker||Adelaide - Risk Taker||Mia - Caring|
|Anabelle - Reflective||Alisha - Thinker||Bonnie - Communicator|
|Emily - Risk Taker||Daniel - Reflective||Beau - Principled|
|Tara - Communicator||Thomas - Caring||Logan - Knowledgeable|
|Charlotte - Principled||Era - Communicator||Joseph - Communicator|
|Jiya - Open Minded||Ariana - Risk Taker||Hannah - Thinker|
|Alanna - Reflective||Jake - Communicator||Ruby - Caring|
|Daniel - Thinker||Clare - Principled||Ami - Risk Taker|
|Ethan - Caring||Lucas - Reflective||Allana - Communicator|
|Jiya - Communicator||Charlie - Thinker||Hamish - Thinker|
|Knox - Caring||Carter - Risk Taker||Summer - Principled|
|Kai - Thinker||Annabelle - Balanced||Matthew - Caring|
|Kitty - Communicator|
This year, members of our school community participated in Children’s University which has been a great opportunity for students to continue building successful habits of learning outside of their classroom.
On Monday of week 5, our 2019 graduates attended their Graduation Ceremony held at Bonython Hall in the city along with a number of other participating schools. Our graduating Students from Yr 3-6 collected learning hours in their passport while engaging in a wide variety of learning experiences outside school hours. Students were joined by families and friends to help celebrate their learning and achievement. Thank you to all of those people who have supported this terrific initiative and who have contributed to its success.
Congratulations to our graduating students for 2019.
Coromandel Valley Primary School
Year 6 and 7 IBMYP
Student Initiated Projects
Date: Thursday 28th November
Come along to see and hear all about
our innovative solutions to problems.
Where: CVPS Gymnasium
FREE SCHOOL DISCO run by DANCIFY
When: Friday 29th November in the school Gym
Please note that the times have changed for the school disco:
Rec - Yr 3: 6:00 - 7:00pm
Yr 4 - Yr 7: 7:00 - 8:30pm
We look forward to joining with families for our Celebration Night on Tuesday 10th December where we will sing Christmas and Celebration songs, hear live music performances, present books to our Graduating Yr7’s, farewell staff members who are leaving us and celebrate the year that has been. The concert will begin at 6:30pm (students assemble at 6:15pm) however families are welcome to arrive earlier and find a spot on the green court to view the performance and enjoy good company.
Our Pedal Prix families have organised a sausage sizzle. Please contact the office if you have not seen information about ordering sausages. Cold drinks will be available from the canteen and we hope to have our new kitchen open for parents to view.
A Celebration Night programme will be sent to all families in a separate email and provided for families on the night.
Luke D recently competed at the Australian Irish dancing National Championships in Canberra.
He competed in both teams and solo events.
We would like to congratulate him on winning 1st place in his age group and is now the minor boys 10years Australian National Champion.
Dear Staff, Parents / Caregivers and community
“BYOD is the shortest path to student centred learning.” - Terry Heick
A survey of classes has shown that 80 percent of Year 3-7 students bring a device to use at school to support their learning. This means these students can have a greater choice in how and where they learn, and how they share their learning with others. It also means there is 80 precent more access for the other students to access existing digital devices at school.
You are invited on
Thursday 28th November
In the staffroom at 5:45pm when
Mike Shaw (Assistant Principal) will run through this presentation located here.
Please RSVP at: bit.ly/BYODInformationSession
Questions can also be sent to: email@example.com au
- Greater access to devices.
- Greater student decision making.
- Greater engagement.
- Greater understanding by staff as to what is possible.
- Greater development of research and Inquiry skills.
Michael Shaw - Assistant Principal
We would like to inform you of some recent staff changes in our OSHC. Kim Austin has decided to resign from her Assistant Director position to take up a position as Director at Blackwood Primary School. We would like to thank her for the work that she has done in the time she spent at our school.
Janita Bentley has decided to take leave from the OSHC Director's position. Janita will stay in this position until we fill the vacancy advertised below. We would encourage our families to refer this on to anyone suitable for the role.
OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS CARE DIRECTOR
This permanent full-time position for 37.5 hours per week will require the Director to work before school care 7:00-9am and after school care 3:00-6:15pm, along with Administrative hours as negotiated. Vacation Care hours as negotiated.
Desirable knowledge and experience:
Sound leadership skills working as part of the leadership team Operational and financial management skills,
Ability to relate well with children, families and staff
Knowledge of the NQF and MTOP
Knowledge of the CCS and Children Services Award
Diploma or Degree level qualification as approved by ACECQA
First Aid qualifications as approved by ACECQA
Responding to Abuse and Neglect training Working with Children Check
Your application will need to address the Person Specification.
For a copy of the Job and Person Specification please telephone: Liz Pelling on 8278 3693 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email your completed application, including three professional referees, to email@example.com
Email to be titled “Director Position”.
Applications must be submitted by 5pm Friday 6th December
All library books that have been borrowed by students are due back by Monday December 2nd. Please have a good hunt around at home, in the car, and in all the most unlikely places for any lost books.
Beacon is a local charity that assists families in our community. Every year they give out Christmas hampers to those in need.
On Friday 6th December, we are asking the Coro community to donate items towards these hampers. We would appreciate if you could send non-perishable food items (eg long life milk, pasta, rice, tea and coffee, breakfast cereals, museli bars, pasta sauces, tinned fruit and fish etc) and / or Christmas foods (mince pies, chocolates, puddings etc) to school on that day.
Items can be dropped off in the library or in the front office.
Thanks in anticipation!
Pastoral Care worker
Lost property has been placed for viewing in the hallway adjacent to the SSO room.
Please let students and parents know so they can collect any lost items before the end of the year.
Any items remaining at the end of week 9 will be washed and placed in the spares cupboard, or donated to charity.