Some translated resources are available for families on the DHHS website. Please click on the link below:
Lots of great information is provided from our involvement with the Cyber Safety Project team. Click on the link for latest update and live webinar series.
Hi everyone.I hope you are all staying safe and finding lots of fun things to do together. The Department of Education has issued advice and operation guidelines for schools. From the start of term two, all students who can learn from home must learn at home.
Dear Parents/Gaurdians,The premier and the Department of Education have officially informed schools that the school holidays will be brought forward to commence on Tuesday 24th March. Consequently, today, Monday 23rd is the final day for term one.
Some resources and recommendations for parents and students in terms of learning activities are following:
In relation to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on schools, the Department of Education and Training has given schools an additional pupil-free days on Tuesday 14th April. This means that no students are to be at school on this day.
Lots of things are happening around our community.Brimbank Library has some online resources for students.
Notice from CommBank School Banking
School Banking has been temporarily paused from 20 March 2020 until the start of Term 2.
At the annual meeting of the school council last Monday evening, the 2019 annual report was presented. This was followed by the first meeting of the new school council.
Thank you to all of the families who came along. We trust you enjoyed the evening and had some fun together.
For families who use the Out of School Hours (OSH) Club either before or after school at St Theresa's, please note that OSH Club is closed on Thursday 27th February.
At Albion Primary School, we encourage healthy choices for snacks and lunches. We also encourage 'nude food' to help eliminate rubbish in the school.