The Terrace Times
Good afternoon Parents / Caregivers,
Welcome to this edition of the Terrace Times
Did you know you can now order school uniforms through Qkr ! without even coming to the school? You can choose which hat you want, buy a new bag, even get a new pair of pants … all without leaving the comfort of home. You don’t have to wait for the day the uniform shop is open. Once received, your order will be organized and sent home with your child. How easy is that ???
Qkr ! (pronounced Quicker) is an app designed by the Commonwealth Bank to assist parents with easy payments of School Excursions, Uniforms, Voluntary Contributions, and other special school events. Want to know more? Come along to a parent info session and I will happily show you how to load the app and use the online facilities. (Check out the School Council article later in this newsletter for more information.)
Up on Qkr right now you can find :-
School Uniform Shop
Voluntary Contributions / Donations
Room 11 (COGS Cup) Excursion
End of Semester Reports
The end of semester reports will be going home to families on Friday 30 June. This semester all families will have two means of access to the report; the printed version and via Connect. In semester two, Anzac Terrace PS will no longer be printing reports. Student reports will only be available via Connect. This will mean all students’ reports from Semester 2, 2016 onwards will be stored on your child’s Connect page. Again, come along to a parent information session to learn more about Connect.
Two Big Fridays
Next Friday and the following are Two Big Fridays on our calendar. Friday 9 June is Footy Colours Day. Students can wear their Footy Colours (any kind of footy) to school with a gold coin donation for the Prefects Fundraising. (no promises, but we are also hoping to have a special guest that day too). Then the following Friday (16 June) is Pie Day … That’s right, Friday is Pie Day (Sausage Roll Day didn’t sound as good). Students can pre-order pies or sausage rolls through the Qkr app or via order forms, with all profits going toward the Year 6 Camp. Check out the advertisements later in this newsletter.
School Development Day
Don’t forget tomorrow (Friday 2 June) is a School Development Day. Students do not attend on this day. This day was chosen by the School Council as it leads into the WA Day long weekend.
Have a great (safe) long weekend,
Congratulations to the following students who where presented with an Honour Certificate at the last Assembly.
|ECB 2||Siena B, Noah O|
|ECB 3||Edwin D, Ava T|
|2||Antonin C, Kye M|
|3||Timo L, Tharun R|
|5||Alexis D, Alexander P|
|11||Amber L, Aiden M|
|12||Hasaja H, Narlia M|
|13||Jobelle G, Alex S|
|14||Kiana P, Connar Y|
|15||Madeline C, Jade K|
|17||Haylee F, Jonathon R|
|Art||Ashton C, Isla F|
|Library||Madeline C, Jonah K|
Students receive Honour Certificates as acknowledgement for achievement in academic success, social skills and thoughtfulness to others.
Being a Reading Sensation
As most of our students read each night, the BEARS reading program is not extra work for students, parents and caregivers or teachers, it is simply a method of calculating the number of nights the students read, and then rewards them at strategic numbers, eg 50, 100, 200 and so on.
Well done to the following students who have read for –
|ECB 3||Peri D, Dex H, Liam R, Charli W|
|Room 2||Antonin C, Isla F, Lucy K, Masey L, Isabella P|
|Room 3||Timoteo L, Mei S, Rosalie T, Ella W|
|Room 5||Brandon H, Campbell N, Bodhi R, Seth W, Sharliah X|
|Room 6||Sierra C, Dean K, Mekita R, Amelie W|
|Room 11||Matthew M|
|Room 12||Jessica L, Narlia M|
|Room 2||Arye B, Mason K, Ella W|
|Room 5||Emily B, Jasmine O, Finn O|
|Room 6||Georgia B, Taj C, Tide D, Tarek L, Samantha R, Lily R|
|Room 12||Emily P|
Reminders and Upcoming Events
|Friday 2 June||School Development Day – Students do not attend|
|Monday 5 June||Public Holiday – WA Day|
|Wednesday 7 June||Uniform Shop open 2.30pm – 3.00pm|
|Friday 9 June||Footy Colours Day|
|Friday 16 June||Parent Assembly – Item by Room 15|
|Friday 16 June||Pie Day|
|Tuesday 20 June||P&C Meeting 7.30pm in the Staff room|
|Friday 23 June||Winter Carnival for Students in Years 5 & 6 at Altone Park|
|Friday 30 June||Parent Assembly – Item by Room 12|
|Friday 30 June||Last day of Term 2|
|Tuesday 18 July||Term 3 commences for Students|
|Friday 21 July||Applications for Kindergarten 2018 close|
Anzac Terrace has recently been involved in three separate tournaments;
1) Mt Lawley PS 2) Weld Square PS and 3) Midvale PS
On Thursday 17 May twelve Anzac Terrace chess club members competed in the Chess Kids Interschool Tournament at Mt Lawley Primary School.
Anzac Terrace finished with a silver medal with 16.5 points. Andrea was listed as our top player.
Well done to everyone involved.
On Wednesday 24 May, divisions A, B, C and D from Anzac Terrace Chess Club competed in a ‘friendly’ tournament against Weld Square Primary School.
It was an enjoyable afternoon (except for my van breaking down) and Anzac Terrace won most of the games. Well done everyone!
Finally, Division A competed in their next round in the School Chess League against Midvale Primary School and won all their games.
Some fantastic results!
Thank you to all the parents that have helped out with the driving over the last couple of weeks. It has been much appreciated.
Message from your School Council
Hello Parents and Friends,
We had a great turn out at our Parent Connect and Qkr! information session following the assembly last Friday. We had 27 parents attend and the feedback was great. Parents came to learn more about getting the most out of Connect including using the App for communication and viewing reports. In addition parents were able to see the ease of using the Qkr! app to pay for Voluntary Contributions, Uniforms, Incursions and Excursions as well as the convenience of providing consent, all in the one place.
If you missed the session, we would encourage you to come along to the next one which will be held on Tuesday June 20 at 3:00pm (straight after school) in the library. We hope to see another good turnout.
Don’t forget about our School Council email account ATPS_Council@outlook.com if you have any feedback or issues you would like discussed at the upcoming council meetings.
School Council Chair
Prefect Fundraiser – Footy Colours Day
The Prefects will be having a Footy Colour Day on Friday 9 June. Come along dressed in your favourite footy team’s colours. Please bring a gold coin donation and support the Prefects. No jewellery, denim or make up. We look forward to seeing which footy team you support.
Year 6 Fundraiser – Friday is Pie Day
On Friday 16 June, the Year 6 students will be having a Pie Day Fundraiser to raise money for their camp. Pies and sausage rolls will be available through pre order only. Orders are due Monday 12 June. No orders will be able to be taken after this date and no purchases will be available on the day. Orders can be made through the Qkr! app or through the order forms available in the classrooms or Room 13. Please order your lunch and help the Year 6 students raise money for their camp.
With the netball season in full swing, our girls have had a very busy couple of weeks. All the girls have really put in a great effort and showed fantastic teamwork!! By utilising the skills learned at training and by competing, their confidence and plays have dramatically improved. The Year 5 team had their first win last week (after only 3 games!), and the Year 3 defence was so good that the opposing team could only win by a very small margin. Well done to all the girls, we are very proud of your progress, both individually and as a team!!!
Jo and Mel (Coaches)
Round 2 Results
Anzac Tce Warriors – Bye
Anzac Tce Aces – Lost 4 – 12
Amber Lewarn 2
Sienna Howrie 1
Lilly Ellis 1
Round 3 Results
Anzac Tce Warriors – Lost 1 – 7
Anzac Tce Aces – Lost 2 – 18
Chanel Trollip 1
Aliesha Yarran 1
Zoe Ellis 1
Round 4 Results
Anzac Tce Warriors – Won 8 – 1
Anzac Tce Aces – Lost 6 – 3
Chanel Trollip 4
Tahliah Yarran 3
Teia Thompson 1
Cherise Trollip 1
Aliesha Yarran 2
Applications for Kindergarten 2018 Close on Friday 21 July 2017
ACT NOW – TELL YOUR FRIENDS
Anzac Terrace Primary School is currently taking applications for students to enrol for Kindergarten in 2018.
For more information contact the School on 9279 9522 or visit our office during the hours of 7.30am and 3.30pm.
If your child was born between 1 July 2013 and 30 June 2014 you are eligible to apply for a Kindergarten placement.
P&C Fundraiser – Morley Rollerdrome
The P&C Fundraiser is on this Friday 2 June at the Morley Rollerdrome.
Flyers were sent home with the students yesterday.
Please make sure you state you are from Anzac Terrace Primary for us to get the donation. Friends and Family are welcome too!
Click here to download the flyer.
P&C Entertainment Book
The NEW Entertainment Book is now available!
Thank you to everyone who have already purchased a book.
The Books sell for $70 and we keep $14 for every one we sell.
The Entertainment (TM) Books are available as a Book (with a gold card and vouchers) or as a Digital Membership that puts all the offers in the Book, on your smartphone to redeem at the touch of a button.
If you would like to purchase a book and to help us continue to fundraise for our senior playground please click here.
P&C Fundraising Coordinator
Interested in finding work? Can you see yourself as a Gardener, Handyperson or Cleaner?
Starting in July 2017, North Metropolitan TAFE (RTO code: 52786) are running a 1 semester course on the skills required to be a successful gardener/handyperson or cleaner. The course is a preparation for entry into gardening, handy work or cleaning work.
In addition, we will support you in applying for work as a gardener or cleaner.
We have feedback that there is high demand for people to fill these roles and the chances of gaining employment are strong. This course is suitable for existing gardeners/cleaners that want to up skill, people looking to change career or people looking for work.
Gardening and cleaning course will include:
Safe work practices
Gardening procedures e.g. planting, fertilising, watering
Use of gardening equipment e.g. ride on mowers, wiper snippers
Athletics specific equipment e.g. line marking machines
Basic reticulation repair
Use of hand tools
Use of cleaning equipment e.g. rotary polishers
Strong work ethic
Good oral and written communication
Must be able to read procedures, safety sheets and chemical bottles
Successful completion of an entry interview
Working With Children Check and a Police Clearance
3 days per week – Starts Wednesday 19th July finishes Friday 24 November (17 weeks)
Days – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:15 until 2:45
Cost – $169.74 (course fee for 17 weeks) based in Leederville and on site
If you would be interested in this course then please email:
Chris Hodson – firstname.lastname@example.org
OSHC program phone: 0428 197 483
OSHClub WA Head Office: 08 9261 3200
Coordinator: Jennifer Archer Assistants: Monique Wright
All families must be enrolled to attend the program, remember this is easy and free!! Please create an account online at http://www.oshclub.com.au all bookings and cancellations can also be managed via your online account. For on the day bookings please contact the Coordinator direct at the program.
Keyed Up Music will be running guitar lessons in Term 2 after school at Anzac Terrace Primary. We run group lessons starting from $15.95 plus GST per lesson.
To enrol, go to http://www.keyedupmusic.com.au/enrolment-form or ring Therese on 1300 366 243 with any questions.