Code of Conduct
CEWA Ltd policies are available on our website under the “Communication” tab where scrolling down will take you to Policies and Handbooks. This will enable you to select our CtK policies. Our school Code of Conduct defines behaviours that keep our students safe at school, and elsewhere. It communicates a set of minimum standards and obligations to ensure that students are at the centre of our school and community decisions and operations. Children and young people supported by adult and peer behaviours, as outlined in the Code, are more likely to recognise and choose healthy relationships for themselves. For staff, the Code of Conduct is a lawful direction and for community members, compliance is a condition of school entry. We are fortunate at CtK that all members of our school advocate for healthy, supportive relationships where we collaborate for the benefit of our youngest members. https://www.ctk.wa.edu.au/policies-and-handbooks
Lego Competition Awards
Congratulations to all of the entrants and the following students for their achievement in the Lego Competition for 2022. A lot of talent and effort was obvious.
Pre Kindy/ Kindy – 3rd Place Celine La Rosa. 2nd Place George Scanlan 1st Place. Riley Seaward
Pre Primary – 3rd Orlando Napoli, 2nd Theodore Scanton, 1st Elliot Simeone.
Year 1 – 3rd Liam MacAnUltaigh, 2nd Aurora Sicuso, 1st Sean Lynch.
Year 2 – 3rd Anna Di Tullio, 2nd James Jelovsek, 1st Phineas Davis.
Year 3 – 3rd Leonardo Ostuni, 2nd Antoinette Maguire, 1st Bailen Allen.
Year 4 – 3rd Adam Piromalli, 2nd Alisha Parkin, 1st Emily Southcott.
Year 5 – 3rd Valentina Collalillo, 2nd Max Jelovsek, 1st Oscar Cribb & Caleb Hosgood.
Year 6 – 3rd Alyssa Letizia, 2nd Jaime and Lucas Simeone, 1st James Phillips & Julian Kovac.
Open Division – Una Hosgood.
Overall Winner – Leonardo Davis.
Drop off and Pick up
Firstly, ‘THANK YOU’ as the majority of people using the ECE carpark and the Loop are following procedures when dropping off or picking up their children.
A reminder to the parent community regarding school drop off and pick up. It is vital to remain patient and be aware of your surroundings when parking and picking up children.
Every vehicle has blind spots and children are small and may dart unexpectedly. Double check for children on the sidewalk, and all around your vehicle before backing up.
Safety tips for drivers around school zones.
- You must stop for pedestrians at a pedestrian crossing.
- Always drop-off or pick-up your child from suitable and legal parking spots, even if this means walking further away from the school.
- Never double park.
- When dropping off or picking up, use 1 lane of traffic when entering onto school grounds.
- The speed limit is 40km/h
- Do not park on the council footpath.
- Never park across a pedestrian crossing.
- Make sure all children in the car use the footpath-side door (safety door) when getting in and out of a car.
- Make sure everything is organised before coming to school so that the drop off is as fast as safely possible.
Thank you once again for your support.
Year 6 Camp
Year 6 camp was held last week at Swan Valley Adventure Centre from Tuesday-Friday.
Whilst it was a mix of weather, with a mix of some rain, sunshine and chilly temps, it was still a wonderful experience as always, with our students enjoying activities such as team building, commando course, high ropes, archery, abseiling and raft building. Students and staff had a wonderful time and I was so impressed with the way the Year 6 students challenged themselves and conquered some of their fears, as well as displaying wonderful camaraderie and behaviour.
Camp truly is one of the most special events in the calendar for our Year 6 students, and this year was no different! Thank you to Miss Kezic, Mr Albuquerque and Miss Williams for giving up time away from their families to spend time at camp with the Year 6 students. It truly is appreciated, and camp could not happen without the planning, dedication and enthusiasm of these staff members who have gone above and beyond.
Blessing of The Fleet
Primary students who are interested in dressing in Italian costumes for the annual Blessing of the Fleet please ring Maria Minutillo on 0412538485. We are having two designated Saturday’s during the school holidays for students interested in coming to our club rooms to try on the costumes.
The days are Saturday, 8th and 15th October between 1 – 2pm.
You will find us at Unit 17, 45 Ladner Street, O’Connor.
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday.
Smiley’s Sept/Oct 2022 Vacation Care Program
- The Centre opens at 7am and closes at 6pm each day listed below. Our closing time is 6pm SHARP and late collection fees apply for pick-ups after this time.
- There is no limit to the number of days you can book for Vacation Care – you can book for one day, every day or anything in between.
- Please check your child’s exact school holiday dates, some school dates may differ. If you need to contact Smiley OSC at any time, please call – Rachel on 0447 718 814 or firstname.lastname@example.org