Attendance and Punctuality
We strongly feel that poor attendance and punctuality prevents your child from achieving the success they deserve. We are monitoring attendance and punctuality very carefully. We should ask that you help your child capitalise on every opportunity to learn with his/her peers and teacher and ensure no school is missed.
Please let school know of any change in your personal or work telephone numbers and email addresses. These are required for communications in case of emergency or if your child is ill in school.
Please note that your telephone number/s are kept confidential and will not be given to anyone.
Please ensure we are aware of a priority mobile number for school SMS messages.
Appointments with Teachers
If you wish to meet with your child’s teacher, please phone the office to make an appointment. Appointments will be made at times when the teacher is not teaching. Twice a year parents are invited to attend Open Evenings to meet with the teachers.
Non Permittable Items
Please do not send children to school with toys, jewellery, money or mobile devices, as we are unable to take responsibility for any breakages or losses and the children themselves are distressed if their toys and money are lost. Jewellery can also be dangerous when they are playing on the equipment. Studs or sleepers only to be worn in pierced ears.
Money is only occasionally required in school (eg Book Fair, Charity Day). You will be informed at these times that your child can bring money.
Children may be invited to bring in mobile devices eg iPad to be used during supervised activities. We will encourage this as there are many activities and apps available which will enhance learning in the classroom. You will be notified of such activities in advance.
ARS Admission and Registration Policy
ARS Attendance Absence Punctuality
ARS Behaviour Management Student Conduct Policy
ARS Child Protection Policy
ARS Parental Participation and Family Rights Policy
ARS Promotion Retention Policy (Student)
ARS School fees and payment terms