- School times
- SA state schools term dates
- Home-school communication
|8:30||Teacher on duty to supervise children arriving at school|
|8:50||Classrooms open, roll taken|
|10:50||Supervised lunch eating|
|3:25||Teacher supervision ends
All students must have left the school grounds unless they are involved in after school sport or are booked into OSHC
SA state schools term dates
|Year||Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4|
|2019||29 Jan – 12 April||29 April – 5 July||22 July – 27 Sep||14 Oct – 13 Dec|
|2020||28 Jan – 9 April||27 April – 3 July||20 July – 25 Sept||12 Oct – 11 Dec|
|2021||27 Jan – 9 April||27 April – 2 July||19 July – 24 Sept||11 Oct – 10 Dec|
|2022||31 Jan – 14 April||2 May – 8 July||25 July – 30 Sept||17 Oct – 16 Dec|
|2023||30 Jan – 14 April||1 May – 7 July||24 July – 29 Sept||16 Oct – 15 Dec|
|2024||29 Jan – 12 April||29 April – 5 July||22 July – 27 Sept||14 Oct – 13 Dec|
|2025||28 Jan – 11 April||28 April – 4 July||21 July – 26 Sept||13 Oct – 12 Dec|
This information is correct as of February 2019. Please check the Department for Education website for the most current information.
We have a whole school assembly every Wednesday fortnight, usually in even weeks at 9.10am in the Sport Centre. Each class is responsible for hosting an assembly 2-3 times during the year and each assembly consists of singing the National Anthem, Acknowledgement of Country, various class items and finishing with our Play is the Way awards. Parents/carers are most welcome to attend as it is a fabulous opportunity to see what’s happening in classes and around the school.
The school newsletter is published in weeks 1, 5 and 9 each term. It can be viewed on our website and ClassDojo or alternatively parents/carers can request an electronic copy to be sent via email. Hard copies are available from the front office.
ClassDojo is a free communication app and website which helps us to communicate more effectively with our school community. It provides parents with everything they need to know about class and school happenings including newsletters, updated news, photos, special events and messaging that can be translated into more than 35 languages. It also allows parents/carers to contact their child’s teacher regarding individual student matters including absences. More information can be found at
All parents are required to register when their child enrols. Your child’s teacher can give you a code to quick-connect to the class which looks something like “C123ABCD.” The app is free and is easy to download from iTunes App store or Android’s Google Play store. Alternatively, you can download it to your account from the links below.