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Parent teacher communication

Parent Interviews

Parent Interviews will be scheduled during term 1 and 3. A note will come home to parents nearer the time, inviting you to choose an available time to meet with your child's teacher to discuss their learning. This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your child's learning with their teacher and get important feedback about their achievement. Please ensure that you make yourself available to participate in this process.


Open communication between parents and staff creates positive relationships based on trust and shared responsibility for your child’s learning. Two way communication is an important aspect of our school’s interaction with the community.
The school needs to inform parents about school events and about the progress of your child. Knowing what goes on in your child’s school and figuring out the best way to communicate with the school staff can assist you to be effective in supporting your child.

Sharing information

Events in family life such as a major illness, visits of significant relatives, accidents, and the death of close relatives, friends or pets can cause major concern or change in the behaviour of your child. Please share this information with your child’s teacher so that they may best support your child if needed.

Raising Concerns

From time to time, parents may have a concern arising from matters that occur in the school. We believe these concerns are best addressed in the school within our “Open Communication” policy. The following procedure should be followed:
If it concerns a class issue:
  • Arrange a mutually convenient interview time with your child’s teacher.  
  • Clarify issues involved in the concern at the beginning of the meeting (or prior to the meeting if possible).
  • Share available information about the issue.
  • Give the teacher an opportunity to tell all he / she knows of the issue.
  • Take steps to resolve the concern (even if a resolution does not occur they may be a useful exchange of information).
  • If not resolved, then an appointment should be made with the Principal or Deputy Principal within that area of responsibility. Parents are requested to follow the protocol, as it is important that concerns are raised as early as possible so that the escalation of difficulties may be prevented. This procedure allows a calm approach where satisfactory resolutions result in win/win situations.

School Reports

A comprehensive program of written and oral reporting is in place:
  • Parent / Teacher interviews at the end of Term 1 and Term 3 by request.
  • End of semester written report twice yearly. Written reports will be sent home to parents at the end of Term 2 and Term 4.
  • Parent / Teacher contact over issues of mutual concern is strongly encouraged. Appointments need to be made at a mutually convenient time to allow teachers adequate preparation time, especially before school.


Most teachers provide parents with their school email address at the Parent Information Night at the beginning of the year. The policy for use of email is that teachers will respond to the email within two working days. Any urgent communication should be forwarded through the school office. Any email enquiries can be directed to:

Information Updates

Class letter and information notes are written on specific topics and will go home at different times through the year. Please ensure your child understands the importance of passing these notes to you.   

Assembly Days

All parents are invited to join us for assembly each week for information, performances and the awarding of certificates for students:
  • Parade each Monday at 2.00pm - 2.30pm 
The assembly is held in the undercover area outside the resource centre.