Parents Information

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P&C

The P & C is an active and effective parent body within the school organisation. It meets twice a term and is crucial in supporting the school financially and socially via a variety of functions throughout the year. It is also the parent body for a number of other active groups in the school such as the Canteen Committee, Uniform Committee, and Fundraising Committee. Your interest and involvement with this group is most welcome. For meeting times and dates please see Diary Dates in the school Bulletin each fortnight.

Payment Procedures for Excursions, Performances and Camps

All money for excursions, performances, camps, etc. should be placed securely in an envelope and clearly labelled and given to the front office or given to the child’s teacher first thing in the morning. Individual receipts will be issued for amounts more than $10.  Payment can be made through the following options:

  • Quick Web (Visit the school website.  Click on the payment tab which will take you to a secure Westpac Website to complete the payment.)

  • Direct Deposit (See account details below.)

  • Credit Card

  • Cash

  • Cheque

  • Account Name:                 Bonython Primary School Management Account

  • BSB:                                       032 777

  • Account Number:            001041

     


Personal Belongings

Please mark clearly your child’s name on all personal belongings, including clothing.

 


Personal and Valuable Items at School

We ask that mobile phones, electronic games, i-pods, toys and larger sums of money be left at home however we are aware that in some circumstances these items may need to come to school. In the event of this situation please hand in any valuables to the front office on arrival at school. The school cannot accept any responsibility for the loss or damage to these items.


Psychologist

A school psychologist regularly visits the school. School psychologists have skills and knowledge in psychology, assessment, counselling and guidance. They work jointly with teachers, administrators, parents and others from the wider community to promote the optimum development of every student. The psychologist could be involved in the following: · Individual counselling – assisting students on a one to one basis in educational, behavioural, emotional and/or social problem solving · Parent consultation – making direct contact with parents regarding the specific needs of the child · Individual testing – providing assessment of students on a one to one basis · Special Needs Program – identifying and assisting with the placement and programs of students with special needs · Group counselling – assisting students in educational, behavioural, emotional and/or social problem solving in a small group setting · Staff consultation – consulting with staff members regarding student educational, behaviour special and/or emotional progress · consultation with other agencies – with parental agreement, referring students to other agencies coordinating delivery of services · If you wish to contact the school psychologist, please contact the school who can then pass on your details to the psychologist asking them to contact you.