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School Newsletter

The school newsletter is an information service for parents and caregivers. We encourage you to read relevant sections (for example, your child's Room update) together with your child. It is emailed to all parents and carers. Families may ask the school to add other family members to the distribution list.

In the event of system failure, a hard copy will be sent home to each family. Newsletters are also available for download in pdf format - see below (some files are quite large).

2021

Issue 06, 2021

Issue 05, 2021

Issue 04, 2021

Issue 03, 2021 

Issue 02, 2021

Issue 01, 2021

2020

Issue 08, 2020

Issue 07, 2020

Issue 06, 2020

Issue 05, 2020

(Earlier newsletters may be available by request from the school.)

What's New

  • Mandurah All Abilities Carnival and More (for IDPwD)

    An all inclusive carnival with entertainment and activities to encourage participation and enjoyment from People with a Disability and other members of the community to help raise awareness of inclusivity in the community.

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  • 2022 School Bus Requirements - Important Notice

    This important information is for all parents and carers of students currently utilising the school bus. Please note, if you are attempting to change details relating to:

    • Year 6
    • Custodial Issues
    • Student Details (Including Family Address/School/Pickup & Drop-Off/ Attendance); or 
    • Student Medical Information, Condition or Behaviour
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  • RESC Congratulates Fishability for Historic Launch

    Fishability's Mandurah section has created history with the launch of its new boat at the Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club (MOFSC) on Friday 27 August. “M.V Fishability”, constructed locally by Bouvard Marine, is believed to be the first purpose designed and built fishing boat for people with disabilities in Australia.

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  • CYDA Offers Photo Opportunity

    Children and Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA) is seeking original artwork and candid photos of children and young people with disability to use in its publications. Current stock imagery is limited and often not representative of Australia and the disability community.

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