A WORD FROM THE PRINCIPAL

WELCOME

Welcome to 2018 to all our students, Preps and families.  The Preps look great in their VIP shirts. It is wonderful to see the students in correct school uniform colours including black or white shoes. We have quickly swung into the school routines and classroom activities.


2018 PREPS - FIRST WEEK

The Preps have all settled in very well and are now playing outside at the same time as the rest of the students. Here are some photos of their first days.


          


THANKYOU

The school looked great when we started on the first day and I would like to thank Ron Jones (Lily T’s grandad) who, over the school holidays, painted all the sheds to match our new school building, painted the portable steps and stained the decks as well as mowed everywhere. If you see Ron in the yard please pass on your thanks.


LABEL YOUR STUDENT’S BELONGINGS

It is vitally important for clothing, hats and food containers to be labelled so they can be returned to the rightful owner.


 

MEDIA at SCHOOL EVENTS

 

At Seaford Park we have many special school events such as the concerts, Family Bingo, Disco, House Sports, Seaford Park’s Got Talent to name a few. We request that people do not take photographs or film during these events due to privacy restrictions. Staff at Seaford Park will take photos and edit them so that they can be posted on the school website and the school Facebook page for your perusal.


 

SCHOOL UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS

 

It is wonderful to see the majority of students in full school uniform which is navy blue shorts/pants, school dress, logo tops and broad brimmed navy hats. Some students, however have brightly coloured shoes. Our uniform policy also requires black or white shoes and laces, white or navy socks and navy leggings. Please also note the Student Dress Code Policy states ‘Other than clear nail polish, cosmetics may not be worn at school.  Temporary tattoos are not permitted’.  If your child is out of uniform please send a note to the classroom teacher. If there is no note they may receive an Out of Uniform notification. Wearing correct uniform encourages pride in the school.


 

ELECTRONIC DEVICES / MOBILE PHONES

 

The Education Department has asked me to remind the community that there is no insurance for private property brought to school by students, staff or visitors. This includes toys, sporting equipment, calculators, bicycles, scooters and electronic devices/ mobile phones. DET does not hold Insurance for personal property and has no capacity to pay for any loss or damage to such property. The School Council approved the Electronic Devices/Mobile Phones Policy states, “Personal electronic devices such as ipods, ipads, mp3 players etc are not to be brought to school.”

 

Students who need to bring a mobile phone to school must hand it in to the Office at the start of the day and collect it at dismissal time. Electronic devices must also be placed in the office.