Welcome parents and caregivers to Term 1, 2021. I am the new Chaplain at South Thornlie Primary School and feel a warm welcome from across this beautiful school.

Parents and caregivers, staff and students are always welcome to my office which is located in the Music Room for questions, catch-ups or to discuss personal/domestic matters. Parents and caregivers are requested to sign in through the office before visiting. I am available on Tuesdays.

My goal is to work primarily on establishing and enhancing positive and healthy relationships among the school community and caring for the wellbeing of students. These will include both formal and informal one to one conversations and engaging with larger crowds such as classrooms, playground, assemblies and lunch time programs.

This term will be a busy one for your children with lots of exciting things happening around the school.
Harmony Week is just around the corner with STPS celebrating on Friday 12 March (Week 6). Please join us at our assembly filled with colours to celebrate many cultures in unity.

Chantal Pereira

 

Cooking Club

Happy Term 2, 2021 to all, we had an exciting start to Cooking Club last week. The students learned some cleaning skills, cutting skills and we put a few yummy dishes together. This term, we have started off with the Year 6 students. Year 4 & 5 students will have an opportunity later during the year.

Parents and caregivers, we know times are unpredictable with the current COVID-19 virus, please take care of yourselves and family. If you need someone to chat to, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me.

 

 

Health Nurse

Community Health Nurses serve as a health contact point for children and their families, providing information, assessment, health counselling and referral.