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Term Dates

2024 
Term 1: 30 January - 28 March
Term 2: 15 April - 27 June
Term 3: 15 July - 20 September
Term 4: 7 October - 19 December

School Times
Monday: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Tuesday: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Wednesday: 8.45am - 3.00pm
Thursday: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Friday: 9.00am - 3.30pm





 

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Community

Keysborough Gardens Primary School

Keysborough Gardens Primary School is committed to providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment for all students, staff and members of our community.

Our school recognises the importance of the partnership between our school and parents and carers to support student learning, engagement and wellbeing.

We share a commitment to, and a responsibility for, creating an inclusive and safe school environment for our students. 

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Get Involved

Keysborough Gardens Primary is an inclusive school community that welcomes all.

 

At Keysborough Gardens Primary every member of our community is accepted and invited to make a contribution to our vibrant school community.  We believe that parents have an important role to play in their child’s education and can help with learning both at home and at school. 

 

There are many opportunities for parents to assist, and we hope you will be keen to offer your help in one or more of the following areas:

  • assisting with classroom activities (e.g., Sport, Maths/Reading groups etc.) when requested by the teacher

  • school library (e.g., covering books)

  • supporting school events such as Athletics, Interschool Sport, Cross Country and camps

  • school excursions, when requested by the teacher

  • Perceptual Motor Program

  • School Council 

  • Fundraising and Social events 

  • and much more.

Families are also encouraged to join in with our Special Activity Days such as our Welcome Picnic, Mother’s and Father’s Day events, Book Week and other special days.

We also encourage our families to attend our Information Evenings, Get to Know You meetings at the start of every year, Student Led Conferences and expos that are held throughout the year.

All parents who wish to be involved will require a current Working with Children Check.  

The card is free for volunteers and applications can be made online at https://www.workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au   

As part of our commitment to Child Safety, the WWCC is a requirement for volunteers and onsite contractors.

t is now also a requirement when you are assisting with all excursions, incursions, sports days or other school-based activities with the children that you have read some important induction documents prior to volunteering. This requirement is set by the Education Department due to changes in the ChildSafe Standards.

 

Click here to read the documents, then print and sign the form and return it to the school.

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PYP Community of Experts and Parents/Carers in the classroom

Keysborough Gardens Primary School acknowledges the positive impact parents and community involvement has on our student learning and wellbeing. 

Parents and community members can make learning engaging and more exciting by becoming a Community Expert, where students can learn more about a hobby, skill, your job or your culture. 

We also welcome parents and carers supporting students in the classroom with reading, cooking, PMP and more.

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School Council

The School Council is an elected body of parents and staff who volunteer their time to oversee and contribute to the strategic planning, policy development and financial decisions relating to the school.

The term of office for School Councillors is two years, with elections held each February / March.

 

The School Council and each subcommittee usually meets twice each term.

 

Membership of the school council is rewarding, and all parents are encouraged to consider nominating for vacancies.

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Message from the School Council President

A warm welcome from Keysborough Gardens Primary School Council. As a school community, we work hard to create strong partnerships between home, school, and the wider community.

 

As a school community, we welcome you and all future families to become actively involved no matter how big or small a part you play, there are many ways you can become involved in our school community.

We look forward to many happy and rewarding years with you and your family.

 

With gratitude

 

Nina Kelly

 

School Council President

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