PARENT HANDBOOK 2020 35 Williamstown Road, Doubleview, Perth - WA 6018

 
PARENT HANDBOOK 2020 35 Williamstown Road, Doubleview, Perth - WA 6018
HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL
                 PARENT HANDBOOK 2020

35 Williamstown Road,                  Telephone: (08) 9203 4500
Doubleview,                            Email: admin@hrs.wa.edu.au
Perth                                  Website: www.hrs.wa.edu.au
WA 6018
CONTENTS

Principal’s Welcome          3

School Details               3

Holy Rosary School History   4

Vision Statement             4

Goals                        5

School Features              5

Term Dates                   5

Staff List                   6

Religious Education          7

Specialist Areas             8

Student Enrolment            9

School Fees                  11

Community                    12

Parent Involvement           12

Canteen                      13

School Uniform               14

Banking                      15

Book Club                    15

Out of School Hours Care     15

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PRINCIPAL’S WELCOME
Our school is a place for exploration, imagination and investigation.
Engaging teachers are at the very heart of our school, embracing and nurturing the creativity, open hearts and natural curiosity
of young people.
Children also need inspiring spaces where they can explore and imagine, potter and play. Holy Rosary has excellent facilities:
nature playgrounds, a vibrant library, contemporary classrooms and sporting amenities.
We offer something for everyone: outside of class there is sport, music, choir, dance, clubs and lots of play! Each child in our
care is challenged and supported according to their interests and needs.
Our embracing community warmly receives, supports and befriends new families.
Welcome to our school.
Mark de Kluyver, Principal

                                                     SCHOOL DETAILS
 Address:                       35 Williamstown Rd, Doubleview, WA 6018

 Telephone:                     (08) 9203 4500

 Absentee Line:                 (08) 9203 4533

 Email:                         admin@hrs.wa.edu.au

 Office Hours:                  8.15am to 3.30pm. Please leave a message outside normal hours.
                                Supervision is provided from 8.15am till 3.20pm
 School Hours:
                                PRE KINDERGARTEN (Three-year old)
                                Operates Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Parents can choose a maximum of three
                                days (various configurations of this are available).
                                Full Day: 9.00am – 3.00pm
                                Half Day: 9.00am – 12.30pm

                                KINDERGARTEN (Four-year old)
                                Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9.00am – 3.00pm

                                PRE PRIMARY & PRIMARY
                                School commences 8.45am
                                Morning Recess 10.55am – 11.05pm
                                Lunch 1.05am – 1.55pm
                                School Concludes 3.05pm

                                Children may not leave the school grounds during school hours without written permission
                                from their parent or guardian.

                                Parents are asked to contact the office if their child is unable to attend either by email or
                                phone. A formal note of explanation, signed by parent/guardian, is a legal requirement by the
                                school. This can be via email or note on student’s return.

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HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL HISTORY

Holy Rosary School, Doubleview, was blessed and opened by His Lordship, The Most Reverend J.J. Rafferty D.D. on 8 February
1959. The Parish Priest was Father Finton Campbell O.P. The School was built at the end of a bush track and when it first opened
there was no electricity and no water laid on to the property. Water came from a tank on the property or was carted in. As the
grounds were developed, regular busy bees were held to dig a deep well which still serves to reticulate the grounds today.

The School was staffed by Sisters of the Dominican Order and their association with the School continues to this day. The first
Principal was Sr. M. Philomena O.P. followed by Pauline Clune, Sr. M. Antoninus, Sr. M.Declan, Sr. M. Dominica, Sr. M. Anthony,
Sr. M. Rosarii, and Sr. Marlene Laracy O.P. The first lay Principal, Mr. Darryl Winsor was appointed in 2007.

The first classes catered for Years 1, 2 and Year 8. After Siena High School opened for girls in 1962, Holy Rosary continued
teaching Primary School students from Years 1 to 7.

The School grew quickly and in the early 1960’s a second building of three classrooms was added at a cost of 10,900 pounds. All
the money was raised by the Parish, as there was no Government funding in those days.

The new rooms doubled as a church on weekends, with folding doors between the classrooms pushed back to allow room for
the congregation. This continued until 1973 when our beautiful, Toodyay Stone Church was opened. By 1964 the School had 300
students.

The first lay teacher, Mrs. Snowdon was employed in 1964.

Holy Rosary is a Community Parish School and has enjoyed wonderful parent and community support throughout its history.
From bare cement floors and few comforts, the school now has wonderful facilities. There are two streams in all grades from
Kindergarten to Year Six, as well as a Special Education Unit. Here children with intellectual disabilities are taught, as well as
being mainstreamed into the regular class. The school is fully air-conditioned and there is an excellent Library, Gymnasium, Hall
and Oval. Playgrounds - funded and often constructed by parents - are both beautiful and engaging.

                                                   VISION STATEMENT

                                           Holy Rosary, Doubleview is a Catholic School

                                        founded on the Dominican tradition of truth, love

                                                         and knowledge.

                                        The school community values the dignity of each

                                         child and offers opportunities and challenges to

                                               all students to reach their potential.

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GOALS
At Holy Rosary School we strive to:

    •   Provide an environment where the Catholic faith and Christian ideals are valued.
    •   Provide an open and creative atmosphere where the full potential of each individual can be developed spiritually,
        socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally.
    •   Support and encourage the parents’ role in the education of their children.
    •   Develop the child’s feeling of self-worth by creating a warm and caring atmosphere where the child feels loved and
        secure.
    •   Encourage the children to be accepting of those with special needs and appreciate the contribution they can make to
        society.
    •   Encourage respect for other cultures, recognising that we are a multi-cultural community.
    •   Foster in the children an enjoyment of learning and a desire to develop their talents so that their lives may be enriched
        and that others may benefit from their achievements.

                                                     SCHOOL FEATURES
Holy Rosary Primary School is a two-stream co-educagonal primary school catering for boys and girls from Three Year Old Kindy,
and Four Year Old Kindergarten to Year Six. This well-resourced school is posigoned in a beaugful environment near Jackadder
Lake, close to the city. The School enjoys a close relagonship with the Parish with children ahending mass regularly. Religious
Educagon is taught daily with children receiving the sacraments of Reconciliagon in Year Three, First Communion in Year Four
and Confirmagon in Year Six.

Specialist teachers are engaged for the teaching of Science, Music, Physical Educagon and Italian. A comprehensive Learning
Support program is effecgve across all classes. Our engre school now operates on Apple plakorms, with a one-to-one IPad
program operagng from Year One to Six classes. Among a variety of learning applicagons our school provides subscripgons to
Mathlegcs and Reading Eggs is in place for students from Year One to Year Six and regularly forms part of class literacy and
numeracy groups, as well as the homework rougne.

The Holy Rosary P & F is an acgve element in our school culture, providing year-round community involvement events and
fundraising to provide valuable resources. Adding to the P&F commihee we have Parent Class Representagves that aid in
sourcing parent help and foster the community spirit through organised social gatherings. On site Before and Aler School Care
and Vacagon Care are available to meet the needs of our families.

                                                   TERM DATES 2020
 Term One                  Monday 3 February – Thursday 9 April
 Term Two                  Thursday 20 April – Friday 3 July
 Term Three                Monday 20 July – Friday 25 September
 Term Four                 Tuesday 13 October – Friday 11 December

2019 STUDENT FREE DAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
 Term One                Monday 2 March, Tuesday 7 April 12.00pm EARLY CLOSE
 Term Two                Monday 27 April, Tuesday 28 April, Wednesday 29 April, Monday 1 June
 Term Three              Friday 14 August, Monday 17 August
 Term Four               Monday 12 October

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STAFFING 2020
CLASS                  TEACHER                        ASSISTANTS

3 Yr Kindy             Mrs Jen Peel

4 Yr Kindy Catherine   Miss Sharni Green              Mrs Marisa Amoroso & Mrs Hayley Baylis & Miss Anna Capolingua

             Dominic   Mrs Bec Campbell               Mrs Nikki Walker & Mrs Maria Emanuele

PP         Catherine   Mrs Kellie Craig               Mrs Jusgne Wilson

             Dominic   Mrs Riana Hornby               Mrs Julie Inferrera

Yr 1       Catherine   Ms Trish Norman                Miss Miriam Peake

           Dominic     Miss Kaity Passmore            Mrs Teresa Willeh

Yr 2       Catherine   Mrs Michelle Blythman          Mrs Sandra Frodsham (LLI)

           Dominic     Mrs Lizzy Iacomella

Yr 3       Catherine   Mr Anthony D’Aloia

           Dominic     Mrs Ana Johnson

Yr 4       Catherine   Miss Fiona Ayling

           Dominic     Mr Pat Winton

Yr 5       Catherine   Miss Ashleigh Pedler

           Dominic     Mr Lachie Darby

Yr 6       Catherine   Miss Kate O’Neill

           Dominic     Mr David Edwards

Siena Centre           Mrs Elizabeth Laverock         Miss Anna Capolingua                 Mrs Sue Harvey

                       Mrs Renate Field               Ms Julie Catherall                   Mr Steve Hickey

                       Mrs Robyn O’Connor             Mrs Meredith Darroch                 Mrs Nicole Milne

                                                      Mrs Sue Desmond                      Mrs Sylvia Ryan

Library                Mrs Holly Butson               Canteen                              Mrs Leanne Wightman
Phys. Ed               Mr Robert Flexman              Pastoral Worker-Student Wellbeing    Mrs Holly Butson
Music                  Mrs Michelle Kirwan            Recepaon                             Mrs Michèle Rowland

Science                Mrs Tanya Skinner              Registrar                            Mrs Laurie Evans
Support                Mrs Kathy Tanham               Finance Officer                        Mrs Lisa Monzu
                       Mrs Steph Tranter              PA to Principal                      Mrs Michèle Rowland
Italian                Senora Anna Presganni          Assistant Principals                 Miss Aleana Brennan
ICT                    Mrs Caroline Mullins           Principal                            Mr Geordie Thuijs

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
We aim to provide a social learning environment where children, teachers and parents work together to foster the development
of Christian attitudes and values by:

    •    Providing active and meaningful participation in liturgical celebration.
    •    Encouraging the extension of Christian living into the general community.
    •    Encouraging the child to develop to his or her fullest potential and to use their gifts in the service of God and mankind.
    •    Encouraging children to give witness to their Catholic faith.
    •    Providing instruction according to the Religious Education Units of work issued by the Bishops of Western Australia.

SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION
Children are prepared for the Sacrament of Penance (Reconciliation) in Year Three, Eucharist in Year Four and for Confirmation
in Year Six.

Liturgical Celebrations

All children attend a class Mass each semester. These are celebrated at Our Lady of the Rosary Church. All children also attend
whole school Masses at the beginning and end of each term, on Holy Days of Obligation and selected Feast days (E.g. St.
Dominic’s Day). Details can be found on the school calendar.

OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PARISH
Our school is an integral part of the Parish and both groups work closely together to enhance the spiritual life of the community.

Mass times at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish

 Monday to Friday 9.00am                                           Sacrament of Reconciliation

 Saturday 6.00pm                                                   Wednesday 8.30am – 8.50am

 Sunday 8.00am and 10.00am                                         Saturday 5.00pm – 5.45pm

Contact details for Our Lady of the Rosary Parish

 Parish Priest:             Father Peter Hoang OP                        Phone:          09446 2055

 Parish Pastoral            Mrs Kaye Shervington                         Email:          doubleview@perthcatholic.org.au
 Associate:

 Office Hours:              Tuesday – Friday 9.30 – 12.30                Website:        http://doubleview.perthcatholic.org.au/

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SPECIALIST TEACHING AREAS
Music

The school employs a music specialist to teach music and its application to instruments and songs, from Three Year Old
Kindergarten to Year Six. The classes come together for the weekly practice of liturgical music. Children also have the
opportunity to perform in festivals and school assemblies. A choir, and school band have recently been formed and are involved
in special events.

Languages Other Than English (LOTE) - Italian

A teacher appointed by the Italo-Australian Welfare and Cultural Centre conducts language classes for children in Kindergarten
to Year Six. These lessons cover both the spoken language and Italian culture and lifestyle.

Library

The school employs a Library Administration Officer. The library is well stocked and the children are encouraged to borrow both
fiction and non-fiction books on a regular basis. All children are to have a library bag to protect the books borrowed. If for any
reason books are damaged or lost, parents are expected to pay for the repair or replacement of the book. Parents are always
welcome to visit the school library.

Science

At Holy Rosary the children receive a weekly Science lesson, with a specialist teacher, in our Science laboratory. Over the year
the children cover the four scientific areas of: Chemical, Biological, Physical and Earth and Space Science. They also complete
investigations covering Science Inquiry Skills. These are done in small groups with as much “hands-on” and decision- making
done by the students as possible.

Physical Education

Participation is encouraged in all aspects of sport and physical education. The school employs a Physical Education specialist
who teaches a wide variety of skills during weekly lessons. Class teachers incorporate these skills into their weekly sport lessons.
The goal of the program is to develop a love of physical activity in a games based teaching environment where students feel safe
to develop their understandings and skills to allow them to maximise their individual potential.

Pre Primary and Year 1 – Focuses on Fundamental Movement Skills giving students the basic building blocks in locomotor, body
management and object control this allows them to confidently explore a variety of different sports as they grow older.

Years 2 to 6 – Students demonstrate the fundamental movement skills and strategies for confident participation in physical
activity. Students start to explore a range of sports and develop an understanding of the different skills required in each sport.
Older students start to use their skills with an understanding of tactics to enhance their own or their team’s performance. This
builds sound understandings of cooperation, sportsmanship and what it means to work in a team environment.

Interschool – At Holy Rosary we are also part of the CPSSA Interschool Sporting Association and this give students from Year 3 to
6 the opportunity to trial and take part in activities such as Swimming, Cross Country, Winter Sports, Triathlon and Athletics.
These activities reinforce the work in the classroom and help create confident, healthy independent leaners.

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STUDENT ENROLMENT
RATIONALE

Catholic schools exist to further the mission of the church. In Western Australia, the Mandate of the Bishops requires the
Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia to make Catholic school education available to all Catholic children, insofar,
as this is possible.

PROCEDURE FOR APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION KINDERGARTEN-YEAR 6

     •     Complete an ‘Application for Admission’ form, which can be found on the school website or is available in the Office.
     •     A $65.00 non-refundable registration fee per child applies upon submission of the Application form. The acceptance of
           an admission form does not guarantee an enrolment interview or offer of enrolment.

ENROLMENT POLICY

The Holy Rosary Enrolment Policy provides for the following enrolment priority.

     1.    Catholic students from the Parish (with a Parish Priest reference)
     2.    Catholic students from outside the Parish (with a Parish Priest reference)
     3.    Catholic students from the Parish (without a Parish Priest reference)
     4.    Catholic students from outside the Parish (without a Parish Priest reference)
     5.    Siblings of non-Catholic students
     6.    Non-Catholic students from other Christian denominations
     7.    Other non-Catholic students

It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to advise the Principal of any special educational needs which the child may have.

Enrolment forms are available on the website.

CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Most Holy Rosary students choose to attend Newman College and all are accepted. A separate application must be completed.
Interviews are conducted in Year four for Year Seven enrolment into Newman College.

ABSENCES

Children’s Attendance:

To ensure the safety of children, parents are asked to:

 •        Notify the school by 9.00am if a child will be absent on a particular day (notification is also required for dental and other
          appointments). Email is preferential as long as the email contains the full name of sender (parent/guardian) and not an
          abbreviated form in the address bar. Phone calls will need to be followed up with an email or signed note.

If the school has not been contacted by 9.00am an SMS will be sent to your phone requesting you contact the school to explain
the absence. If children are to leave the school grounds during the day (for whatever reason) they must be signed out in the
School Office by a parent/guardian in the School Office. Absentee requirements are available in full on the school website.

MEDICAL

If children are unwell they should not be sent to school. If a child becomes ill during school hours and is unable to continue at
school, parents are contacted to collect their child. Please ensure that contact information is always up to date to avoid
difficulties. Where possible, medication should be administered by parents outside of school hours. If this is not possible the
office should be contacted and a ‘Medication Request’ form completed.

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ACCIDENTS

When an accident occurs, parents will be contacted immediately (this does not include minor scrapes or bumps). In case of
emergency an ambulance will be called when parents or the emergency contact are unavailable. (Any associated costs would be
the responsibility of the parents).

STUDENT INSURANCE

Through the school’s Insurer, Catholic Church Insurance, 24 hour student insurance cover is arranged. It is necessary for all
children to be insured in order to receive this coverage at an extremely competitive rate, and is included in the school fees.

PARENT CONTACT INFORMATION

Throughout the year some information may become outdated. We ask your assistance in supplying the details to update the
Student Information Sheet and return promptly at the beginning of the year, and that you update us regularly in the event of a
change of phone number or email address.

EXCURSIONS

Excursions are arranged according to topics of study being undertaken. Parents will be notified of any excursions before they
take place.

SCHOOL CAMP

Year 6 Camps at Holy Rosary School are designed to relate, wherever possible, to the school curriculum and will allow children to
experience and develop skills in social behaviour, responsibility and independence, as well as provide opportunity for having a
great time. Camps, which all children are expected to attend, are seen as an opportunity to build self-esteem in a pastoral and
caring environment.

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SCHOOL FEES AND CHARGES
(all fees stated are per annuum)

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COMMUNITY
SCHOOL BOARD

The School Board is established to plan for the present and future operation of the school, to manage the finances associated
with the school and to advise the Principal with respect to school policy that has any financial implication. The School Board is
comprised of the Principal and Parish Priest (ex-officio members), four elected persons from the school community, one person
nominated by the Parish Council, one person nominated by the Parents’ and Friends’ Association (P&F) and as many as two
persons co-opted by the Board. The School Board Annual General Meeting is held in November and parents interested in
assisting the school community in this area are invited to nominate for the elected positions.

HOLY ROSARY PARENTS AND FRIENDS ACSSOCIATION ( P & F)

The P & F plays a very important role in the life of the school. It promotes through all its activities the Catholic ethos of the
school. It organises social events for the school community and raises funds for school resources. All parents are encouraged to
become members of the association and are expected to support its many activities. The Annual General Meeting is held with
the School Board AGM in November and committee meetings are held each month. Regular newsletters are sent home to keep
parents informed of its activities.

                                                PARENT INVOLVEMENT
Throughout the course of the year, many opportunities arise for parents to assist in a variety of school activities. Parent support
and expertise is always welcome.

NEWSLETTER

A newsletter is published to our school website and a link is texted to families every Friday. This is the main line of
communication between school and home. It informs parents of approaching events and any recent decisions regarding them
and the school.

KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten classes are held Tuesday, Wednesday & ThursdaY. Meetings are held late in the year before commencing to ensure
a successful start at Holy Rosary for both children and parents.

PARENT/TEACHER COMMUNICATION

Class meetings are held early in Term One. There is a meeting for each year level at which class teachers outline the year ahead
and answer any queries. Issues or queries that arise should always be discussed first with the class or curriculum area teacher.
You are welcome to contact your child’s teacher. We ask that you ring the office to leave a message and the teacher will contact
you to arrange a time.

REPORTING

Reporting takes place with a parent teacher interview in first term, and written reports in Terms Two and Four. Parents are
welcome to meet with the teacher to discuss their child’s report. See Saw is an excellent App used by all classes, and provides a
great opportunity to learn of what is happening in your child’s class.

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ASSEMBLY AND CLASS MASSES

Dates of assemblies and class masses are advised in the Term Calendar. Classes present one assembly in each year. Items are
generally related to work and themes covered in class. Merit Certificates for Pre-primary to Year Six are presented at assemblies
which are also listed in the calendar. We always love to share our achievements with our parent. Certificate winners are
announced in the newsletter the week before the assembly.

TOYS AND SPORTS EQUIPMENT

Parents are asked to discourage their children from bringing toys and sporting equipment to school as they may be damaged or
mislaid.

LOST PROPERTY

Lost property is located outside the Office. Items that are marked are returned to the rightful owner. At the end of term,
unmarked clothing will be sold as second-hand uniforms. We urge parents to label all items of school clothing. On selected days,
items are put on display to be claimed.

SCHOOL OF DENTAL THERAPY

Children in all grades are eligible for free dental treatment and may be enrolled if parents wish. Parents are required to take
their children to the clinic for appointments. Parents must sign children out from the school office between 8.45am – 2.45pm.

BOOK LISTS

Stationery lists are available in term four. Online information will be available at that time. Resources will be packed according to
items ordered. Once ordered, all items must be accepted. Parents are asked to check orders for any discrepancies.

                                                           CANTEEN
The Canteen operates each Monday, Wednesday and Friday for recess and lunch orders. Menus are distributed at the beginning
of each term. Every effort is made to maintain prices at a minimum and to promote healthy eating habits. To see the current
menu please access our school website. Canteen volunteers are welcomed. Online ordering is also available:
hhps://quickcliq.com.au/

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SCHOOL UNIFORM

The uniform is worn by students in Years One to Six. The way the uniform is worn makes a statement about our school. At all
gmes students are to wear the uniform with pride and respect for all that it symbolises.

Wearing of the school uniform is compulsory at school. Shirts are to be tucked in and shoes kept cleaned and in good order. Hair
must be neat and styled in a manner in keeping with primary school standards. Students with hair longer than collar length are to
wear their hair ged back. All hair must be clean with fringes above eyebrow length. Jewellery is limited to a watch and, if parents
permit, earrings. If earrings are worn they are limited to plain gold or silver studs or sleepers and only one pair may be worn at a
gme – one in each ear, or not at all. Necklaces, bracelets and rings are not to be worn as they pose a hazard in school and sport
acgviges. Children also get upset if they go missing or are broken. No nail polish or makeup is to be worn. Physical Educagon and
sports clothes are to be worn correctly on the days set aside. Girls’ netball jackets are not to be worn. School hats are worn all
year round at school, whenever the students are outside.

All items except sport shoes and school shoes are to be purchased from the school Uniform Shop.

             Girls Summer Uniform (Terms 1 & 4)

                 • School check dress
                 • School Socks – ankle white with two black stripes
                 • Black shoes (Lace up or Mary Jane)
                 • Black hair ges and thin bands
             Boys Summer Uniform (Terms 1 & 4)

                  •   White shirt with logo worn tucked into school shorts
                  •   Grey flat fronted buhon shorts
                  •   Grey school socks with Black & White stripes
                  •   Black shoes

             Girls Winter Uniform (Terms 2 & 3)

                  •   White banded blouse
                  •   Tartan pleated skirt
                  •   Maroon school jumper with crest
                  •   Tartan ge- loop or neckge
                  •   Black stockings or white with black stripe socks
                  •   Black school shoes
                  •   Black hair ges and thin bands

             Boys Winter Uniform (Terms 2 & 3)

                  •   White shirt with logo- worn tucked into school shorts
                  •   Grey trousers or summer school shorts
                  •   Maroon school jumper with crest
                  •   Tartan ge
                  •   Grey school socks with Black & White stripes
                  •   Black school shoes

             Girls and Boys Sport Uniform

                  •   White school polo top
                  •   Black school shorts
                  •   Black school track top
                  •   Black school track pant
                  •   Coloured facgon shirt – school nominated
                  •   Socks – white with black stripes
                  •   Predominately white runners, Black/coloured runners are not suitable (No large branding)
                  •   Black hair ges – girls

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Years 1-6 Uniforms

                  •   Maroon school hat with crest- NO HAT NO PLAY
                  •   Maroon library bag with crest
                  •   Desk mat with crest
                  •   Holy Rosary School Bag
                  •   Art shirt (plasgc, long-sleeved)

              Opaonal

                  •   Kindy & Pre-Primary shirts
                  •   Kindy & Pre-Primary Bags
                  •   Kindy Pillows

For clarificaaon:
    1. School shoes heel is to be no more than 3cm in height.
    2. Black “School Shoes” suggest the type of shoe is similar to the type manufactured by Clarkes, Bata Scouts or Rivers.
         Suede or canvas type shoes are not classified as “school shoes” and are not suitable.
    3. Hair styles in keeping with primary school standards means that for example hair product and ‘rats tails’ are not in
         keeping with primary school standards.
    4. All items must be clearly labelled with the child’s name – including surname. Names can fade with washing so please
         reapply when required.
    5. Pre-owned items need to have the previous owner’s name removed before being renamed
    6. Children olen accidentally pick up wrong items of clothing. Please check that what they are wearing actually belongs
         to them.
    7. Winter uniform is worn in Terms 2 and 3. Summer uniform is worn in Terms 1 and 4. All children are expected to be in
         complete and correct school uniform from the beginning of each term.

                                                          BANKING
School Banking is run by parent helpers every Thursday 8:15am - 8:45am during school term. School Banking provides a fun,
interacgve way to encourage children to learn about money and the benefits of saving.

                                                         BOOKCLUB
We offer Scholastic Book Club at Holy Rosary. This is run by our parent volunteers and is a motivating opportunity to encourage
children to read. Magazines are sent home regularly that offer reading material for every age group.

                                          OUTSIDE HOURS SCHOOL CARE
Discovery Kids runs the Before and After School Care at Holy Rosary. They offer 5 days a week during term time, and Vacation
Care during school holidays. Enrolments are available for children currently attending 3-year-old Kindergarten through to Year Six.
If you would like more information on the program including operating hours, costs, enrolment and eligibility for CCB rebate please
visit to the school website.

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