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Do you like chocolate? Are you willing to sell some chocolate to your friends, workmates and neighbours? Would you like to have a chanced to win a giant Toblerone?

Cadbury Chocolate Drive Cadbury Chocolate Drive (128 KB)

We are holding a Cadbury chocolate fundraiser. This is our major fundraiser for the year and we hope that you can sell some chocolates for us. 

All fundraising money is being collected to go towards our future project, to build the students an ampitheatre and upgrade the grounds. KidsLinks' previous project was to raise funds for the middle playground which was completed late in 2016 and the students are currently enjoying using the extensive playground which also caters for students with limited mobility. (Thank you KidsLinks).

If you would like to sell a box or two of Cadbury chocolate frogs to help us out, please complete the note which was sent home via the eldest child in each family. Each full box sold will be eligible to go into the draw to win a 4.5kg Toblerone, currently on display in the office.  Return all money in a secure, named envelope to ensure you get your entry into the prize draw.

Only parents/carers can request a box of chocolates be sent home. Please use the note provided, a copy of which is attached.

Introducting Qkr! The secure and easy way to order and pay for school items from your phone at a time that suits you.

It's now time to download the Qkr App onto your phone.

Download from the App Store on Apple, or from Google play.  

On your Android phone or iPhone. iPad users must download iPhone app.

Register by selecting the country of residence (Australia) and follow the steps.

Find our school (Lara Lake Primary School)

Register your child by adding a student profile for your child / children. This allows you to make orders and payments for them.

Please see information and instruction sheet attached. 

QKR QKR (137 KB)

 

Qkr Instructions Qkr Instructions (300 KB)

We want our students to tell us what they think.

Attitude To School Survey Attitude To School Survey (93 KB)

We want our students to tell us what they think. We will be conducting our annual DET survey to assist us in gaining an understanding of students’ perceptions and experience of school.
We will use the survey results to plan programs and activities to improve the students’ schooling experience. 
The survey takes 20 – 30 minutes and occurs during class time between Monday 22nd May to Friday 23rd June.

The survey is open to year 4 for the first time this year.

 

 

 

Do you have a child at 4 y.o. kinder? Come along and look at Lara Lake Primary School.

We are also running an information night called ‘Next Big Step’ on Tuesday 23rd May from 7.00 – 8.00pm, this is in conjunction with Barwon, Youth, Child and will be about supporting parents to identify if their child is ready for 3yo, 4yo kinder and Prep. We urge you to come along to this session to help you make an informed decision. 

Prep Next Big Step Prep Next Big Step (267 KB)

TOURS

Prep 2018 tours of Lara Lake Primary School will be held on Thursday 25th May, 2017.  There will be two tours on offer at  9.15am and 7.00pm.  The tours are aimed at giving you a look at our school facilities. Due to the projected number of enrolments it is important that you attend one of these sessions as there will not be any other tours offered and places are limited.

Our orientation programme begins early Term 4 and all enrolled 2018 prep students will be required to attend an orientation program.

 

Everyone has the right to be safe and protected from abuse.

The Department of Education wish to create and maintain a child safe organisation therefore all Victorian schools must comply with Ministerial Order No. 870, a joint protocol of the Department of Human Services Child Protection, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Licensed Children’s Services and Victorian Schools. DET wish to embed a culture of child safety. Lara Lake Primary School has completed extensive work in 2016 to ensue their continued focus on student development, which incorporates child safety.

Every Child has the right to a full and productive life. It is up to all of us to ensure our children grow up in environments that build confidence, friendship, security and happiness, irrespective of a person’s family circumstances or background.
The joint protocol, involving the Department of Human Services Child Protection, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, licensed children’s services and Victorian schools, ensures
we have a unified and consistent approach that defines roles and responsibilities to protect the safety and wellbeing of all Victorian children and young people.
Keeping children safe from harm requires a vigilant and informed community that is confident in making judgements and is assertive in taking actions. It is essential that all practitioners working with children and young people are able to understand the role each plays in protecting children.

It is the role of Victorian schools under the Education and Training Reform Regulations 2007 to provide school education in Victoria that adheres to the minimum standards detailed in the
regulations. Schools have an important role to play in supporting children and their families and in protecting students who may be at risk of harm due to abuse or neglect. Education staff in close daily contact with students are well placed to observe when a child or young person appears to be at risk of harm.
Under the CYFA, primary and secondary school teachers and principals are prescribed as mandatory reporters. They must make a report to Child Protection if they believe, on reasonable grounds, that a child or a young person is in need of protection.
The role of schools concerning the general welfare of students is outlined in a range of school policies and procedures. This protocol is intended to complement other policies and procedures that already exist in government and non-government schools.

 

Do you enjoy cooking? Are you interested in quick, easy family friendly recipes?

150th Anniversary Cook Book 150th Anniversary Cook Book (101 KB)

The Lara Lake Primary School 150th year anniversary cook books are available from the office for $15.00.

 

 

Are you looking to hire a venue for your club?

The Lara Lake Primary School gymnasium is hired out most evenings to a local club however Friday night, 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 Hamence 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.