ACARA Item Trial
Your child’s school has been selected by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) to participate in this year’s ACARA Item Trial. The trial is being held in approximately 440 schools across Australia between Monday 30 July and Friday 17 August 2018.
Message from the Principal
It has been brought to my attention that a number of class Facebook pages have been opened under the School name.
CECWA STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 2019-2021:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION
We are at an exciting time in Catholic education in Western Australia, where we are fortunate to be involved in determining the future direction of our system – 162 Catholic schools across WA, coming together to establish our united vision.
National Innovation and Science Agenda project –
ACARA evaluation Privacy notice
This notice is to advise you that personal information about your child will be collected by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) as part of ACARA’s evaluation of a project funded under the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA).
School Uniform Review 2018
I am writing to inform you that the school will be reviewing the current school uniform and we will be surveying the school community to see which items of uniform require changing and those that will remain.
Enrolments for 4-year-old Kindergarten 2019
for children born from 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015
We invite parents and caregivers to submit an application for enrolment as soon as possible. Please call 9234 7555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and an enrolment package will be sent to you. Alternatively, you can print an enrolment form from our website.
Safety around Schools
In an effort to provide a safer environment for everyone, the City of Gosnells Ranger Services patrol school parking mornings and afternoons throughout the school term.
School Parking 2018
Safety around schools remains a high priority for the City of Gosnells Ranger Services.
To bring about long-term changes to parking behaviour among school communities, a combined effort between schools, parent communities and the City to educate and monitor driver behaviour will have a greater benefit.