Our 2017 Preps will be attending four Transition sessions during Term Four.
Transition sessions will take place on Friday October 28, Friday November 11 & Tuesday December 6.
The sessions give our future Preps the chance to visit our current Prep Classrooms, meet our Prep Teachers and make some new friends who they may be classmates with in 2017. A range of activities will be completed in each session.
Taylors Hill Primary School Peer Review Report Summary
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We’re very pleased to inform you that our school has implemented a phone app called Updat-ed that will make connecting with you so much more convenient.
To download the app just visit the App Store for iPhones or Google Play for Android’s. Search for Updat-ed and from the menu select our school. We’ll receive your registration request and will need to approve you before your app is up and running.
So what will the app do?
The app’s great for sending out alerts and reminders with one of its best features being the ability to save events directly into your phone’s calendar.
Last 2 Days of the 2016 year for Taylors Hill Primary School 2016
There will be NO assembly on Monday 19th December.
Tuesday 20th December 2016
Early Departure of 1:30pm. Please ensure to arrange for early collection of students.
Assembly on Tuesday 20th December will commence at 1:15pm
Every Day Counts
Going to school every day is the single most important part of yourchild’s education. Students learn new things at school every day – missing school puts them behind.
Why it’s important
We all want our students to get a great education, and the building blocks for a great education begin with students coming to school each and every day. If students miss school regularly, they miss out on learning the fundamental skills that will set them up for success in the later years of school.
There is no safe number of days for missing school – each day a student misses puts them behind, and can affect their educational outcomes. Each missed day is associated with progressively lower achievement in numeracy, writing and reading.