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2018 Parent Handout

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eneficial when aligned with our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program in the upper primary and will be introduced to students in Year 4 as part of the preparation process for them entering this program in future years. Highway Heroes Programme The Highway Heroes aims to develop children's proactive skills (e.g. forming friendships, thought/mood management) and reactive skills (e.g. dealing with play refusals, friendship difficulties, teasing and bullying) through the use of tools, resources and activities. It also deals with ways to support their learning behaviours such as organizing their time, persisting through tough work and staying motivated and focused during lessons. Information will be sent home as students learn new skills so they can share how they are working on being a Highway Hero. Highway Heroes is part of the KidsMatter Mental Health Initiative for schools of which Campbell is a member. For more information on KidsMatter or Highway Heroes please follow this link. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) – Year 5 and Year 6 ONLY Students will be using iPads this year to enhance their learning. A set of guidelines for appropriate use of iPads has been provided to students. Students will be expected to follow these procedures at all times to maximise the effectiveness of their iPad. Please ensure your child’s iPad comes to school each day fully charged. Diaries It is expected that students will use their diaries regularly to record homework and class notices. Please monitor your child’s diary and sign once a week. Diary use will be monitored in class and checked weekly for parent signatures. Diaries may also be used as a communication tool between teachers and students. Homework Homework supports the development of student independent learning. It can further the partnership between home and school and provides students with opportunities to consolidate their learning. All students are expected to read each night. In addition, a range of developmentally appropriate tasks may be set by classroom teachers. Teacher Collaboration Teachers within the year level meet regularly to plan and discuss progress across the entire group of students. This ensures consistency across the year level not only in what students are learning, but in assessment practices. Meetings: Parent - Teacher If there are any issues or concerns, teachers are available for meetings before and after school. Please contact your child’s teacher by email (listed on page one) or through the schools’ website or School Administration to make an appointment. Hats: The children must wear a hat at all times outside – the school has a ‘No Hat No Play’ Policy please refer to the school’s website for more information The school requests that children wear a wide brimmed school hat. If your child does not have a wide brimmed hat they will be redirected to the Library. Please make sure hats are named. Uniforms

Please ensure your child arrives at school wearing the appropriate attire including school uniform, suitable footwear and long hair tied back. Make up and nail polish are not permitted. Jewellery is confined to a watch, sleepers/small studs or a religious chain. Lost Property Please ensure children have all their school belongings labelled, with a permanent marker, to help avoid lost property. If students need to check the Lost Property it is situated outside the Information Centre in a large blue trolley. Mobile Phones Mobile phones will be collected and switched off before school. Students will not have access to mobile phones until after school. In order to bring a mobile phone to school students must provide a letter of permission from parents. A copy of the policy can be accessed on the school’s website. Parent Helpers Parents are encouraged to volunteer within the school and put their names and contact details on the parent register, ‘Campbell’s Got Talent’ at this link to the school’s website . Please discuss opportunities to assist directly in the classroom with your class teacher. Please discuss volunteering for the canteen or P&C with the relative parties. The school also runs a ‘support a reader’ program, where students are selected to read to adults. We are always looking for volunteers to help with this rewarding program. Please speak with Mrs Ward if you would like to help us with this program. Chaplain The School Chaplaincy Service complements our many existing pastoral care programmes. Chaplains are responsible for supporting the spiritual, social, and emotional wellbeing of students. In school, chaplains have a key role in supporting the spiritual wellbeing of students, regardless of faith or beliefs. Our Chaplain provides support for a range of day to day matters affecting the school community. Our school chaplain Mrs Remi Toluwade works every Thursday and Friday. Partnerships With Parents Each term teachers run sessions, called Partnerships With Parents sessions, to inform parents of initiatives at the school and to assist parents develop the skills required to support their children across the curriculum. Many of these sessions focus upon Reading which is our school priority. Upcoming sessions are posted on the school’s website

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