Please view the attached program for Their Care for the July 2018 school holidays.
Friday 25th Curriculum Day - Pupil Free
Friday 1st June P - 2 Assembly 2.45pm
Friday 8th June Whole School Assembly 2.45pm
Friday 15th June 3 - 6 Assembly 2.45pm
Friday 22nd June P - 2 Assembly 2.45pm
Friday 29th June Whole School Assembly 2.45pm
Friday May 25th will be a pupil free day. The staff will be taking part in a curriculum day where they will be focusing on the DET Education State Initiatives' framework for improving student outcomes. Using the latest research on student learning and global best-practice, the framework will help schools to focus their efforts on key areas that are known to have the greatest impact on school improvement.
The curriculum day will focus on literacy improvements across the school.
The Lara Lake Primary School gymnasium is hired out most evenings to a local club however Saturday and Sunday are still available if there are any other clubs that might like to have access to a large hall with wooden basketball flooring, only suitable for runners / sneakers. For all enquiries please contact the Business Manager, Kerry Hanrahan Ph. 52821261. All hirers need to have Public Liability insurance and sign a Lara Lake PS Hire Agreement. Charges for hall hire are as per the charge schedule, which will be made available upon expression of interest.
The school ‘squoval’ is also available for hire after school hours or during the weekend and/or school holidays. Again, there is a requirement for Public Liability insurance.
The Student Attitudes to School Survey occurs each year for all students in Victorian Government schools. The survey is conducted in Term 2 with students from Years 4 to 12.
The survey captures students’ attitudes and experiences at school and is aligned with the Department’s Framework for Improving Student Outcomes (FISO). The survey measures are based on the best available evidence about what influences student outcomes.
The 2018 survey will be conducted online for all students in Years 4 to 12 and is administered from a secure online portal. It is anonymous.
Our school uses this data to inform how our students are engaging at school and put measures in place to make school a better experience for them. For example, this year’s School Captains will be working with the Principal to come up with responses to areas identified through this and last years’ results. More information to follow.