NAIDOC Week 2018 will be held nationally from Sunday 8 July and continue through to Sunday 15 July. As this occurs during school holidays, KPS will celebrate NAIDOC week from the 25th of June until the 29th.

This year’s Theme – Because of Her, We Can! – we honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played, and continue to play, active and significant roles at the community, local, state and national levels.

At KPS, Kelly Hunter and Rachel Warren have been working hard to raise the profile of Indigenous culture and welcome families from a variety of backgrounds. You may notice new pieces of student generated Aboriginal inspired art being displayed around the e

Our Koori Education Support Officer, Rachel Carter, will be joining us at assembly on Monday the 25th of June to share some cultural insights and to ensure that the cultural significance of this week is fully understood by the students and KPS community. Classroom and specialist teachers are planning a wide range of activities throughout NAIDOC Week to engage students, raise their cultural awareness and celebrate diversity in language, dance, music and art. Indigenous families are invited to meet Rachel Carter after assembly for morning tea in the Library.

Anyone interested in finding out more about NAIDOC Week and how local community events will be celebrating, additional information is available on the following website.




2019 Prep Information Evening

On Wednesday 20th June at 7pm, we invite any new and current families to join us who will be having a child beginning Prep in 2019 to join us for an information evening. Staff will be available to answer questions and give an overview of what to expect in your child’s first year of Primary School.



Student Free Day

A reminder to all our families that Tuesday 12th June is a student free day. Our ES team are away at a Professional Development day and teachers will be completing assessments and writing end of semester reports.