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Please send all money to school in a sealed envelope (recycled is fine) with your child’s name, room number, amount and activity. Most money is collected by the class teacher. The children will be told where to take it. We do not encourage children to have any ‘pocket’ money at school.
Sent home via oldest child in the family every Thursday or can be e-mailed.
• Syndicate newsletters are sent home outlining coming classroom events
• Community notices can be included – please give information to the School Secretary
• Most other notices are issued with the newsletter.
• Gold pages require a response.
We are a people industry and issues will arise. Please let us know as soon as possible of any concerns you have. We encourage you to do so. A quick word can save a heap of worry. Make initial contact with the class teacher or person
in charge of the particular activity.
We aim to please. When you are pleased tell others, when not tell us.
Assistance may be given with: Reading programmes
Trips, visits and adventures
Coaching sports teams
Parent tutor reading
Shelving books and resources
Junior school programmes
“Earth’s greatest treasure lies in human personality” We encourage your involvement in learning and school activities. Your support and comments are valued.
Douglas Park School has a very active PTA. This body fundraises to provide extras for the children’s education and provides forums for discussing educational matters. The PTA is very important in building ‘community’ and is about you, for you, by you.
READING RECOVERY PROGRAMME
Caters for 6 year old children, who, after diagnostic testing would be likely to benefit from extra tuition in establishing a sound base for reading and writing. Contact your class teacher if you have any concerns about your child’s reading progress.
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