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November 22
School Council update

​The purpose of the Council is to provide the Principal and the school’s leadership team with support to develop and implement the strategic plan of the school. This year we have focused our discussion on the links between physical mobility, improved levels of resilience and academic performance of our children. On the back of this work the School, with the help of funding from the P&C, was able to pilot an expanded PE program in terms 3 and 4 with great success. The intention is to continue this program across 4 terms in 2018.

The Council has also taken a keen interest in developing the classroom of the future. This initiative will take on many forms over the coming years covering physical and digital learning environments etc. With the new Digital Technologies curriculum coming into practice in 2019, we foresee that the Council will maintain a strong interest in the evolution of this initiative.

Each year approximately half of the Council positions are up for re-election. This year we have three people finishing their terms on the Council. I would like to say a big thank you on behalf of the school community to Ms Larissa Wills, Mr James Hunt and Ms Helen Webb for being fantastic contributors to the work of the Council. Ms Toni Whitby, Ms Megan Beuermann and Ms Juliet Alabaster will take up the vacant positions on the Council in 2018.

Finally, I would like to extend a very big thank-you to our Principal Ms Debbie Driver, her leadership team, the staff and the parents who have volunteered their time to support the school’s vision “Together We Achieve”. They have done a great job supporting our children’s learning in 2017 enabling us to start 2018 a step ahead! Have a very merry Christmas.
Damien Colbert
School Council Chairperson


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