Student Led Portfolio Conferences

 Students have received a letter outlining what you can expect to experience when attending a Student Led Portfolio Conference. Attached to the letter are instructions of how to make a booking. Please be aware that bookings will open on the 30th of November. The Conferences will be held in the 2nd last week of school on the 7th, 8th and 10th of December.


KCCC After School Care and Summer Holiday Program

We would like to inform all parents that After School Care finishes on Thursday the 17th December, remembering that the 18th December is a pupil free day. To assist parents for planning the beginning of next year I would also like to announce that KCCC is offering a Sum-mer Holiday Program from the 11th – 22nd January 2016 and also for one extra day on the 27th of January. After School Care will resume on the 28th of January. Students are expected back to school on Thursday the 28th of January.

Parent & Grandparent Volunteers’ Morning Tea

One way that we can recognise the efforts of the many volunteers who support our school is through our annual Parent & Grandparent Volunteers’ Morning Tea. We ask any of our volunteers who have helped on camps, excursions, as class helpers, reading mums & dads, canteen helpers and all the other ways in which our volunteers have helped out, to join us on Monday 7th December (11:00 – 11:30) for this special morning tea in the Library.

Art Report

What a successful exhibition with over 900 hundred people visiting the gallery over the 2weeks

Following on from our Art Show, framed artworks can now be purchased through the Office. A4 size will sell for $30.00 and A3 size for $40.00.

Rachel Warren

Art Teacher


Student Placement 2016

At this time of the year we are heavily involved in planning for next year and making decisions about our class structure and placement of teachers. Although we have not yet formally determined our class structure or, which teachers will be in which classes, we do however at this time of year invite written requests from parents regarding class placement. Any such requests need to be made on sound educational, social or emotional issues and must be in writing. It is not appropriate to make requests for individual teachers, particularly as teachers have not yet been assigned to classes. Please do not assume that because you have had a discussion with a teacher that such a request will be noted and acted upon. All requests must be put in writing.

There are many factors to consider and it is usually not possible to accommodate all requests. Be assured, however that each and every factor in the decision as to where a child is placed next year is given our utmost attention and teachers take great care in making these decisions.

Any requests for class placement are to be addressed to the Principal and marked ‘confidential’. The specific content of any such letters will be kept in the strictest confidence but the intent of the request obviously will need to be discussed when class lists are generated. Any parents who may have concerns about student placement for 2016 could also make an appointment to speak to either David Gray or myself.

The opportunity for parent input for 2016 is only available for a brief period (all requests must be in by Friday the 20th of November) as there is a lot of time, effort and consideration put in by teachers to arrange appropriate class groups for the following year.

It is also important that any parents who intend to enrol a new Prep student please do so as soon as possible as again we need to have accurate figures for our planning. Thank you for your assistance with this.