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The weeks are flying by at the moment as our wonderful student community shows great engagement and effort in their learning. Year 6 city camp is quickly approaching as is our Year 5 adventure camp and we are already seeing the excitement build. I spent some time checking out our dance rehearsals this week. The school production might be a few weeks away but the students are already well versed in the dances.

The Mother’s and Special Person Day stall was very successful. Thanks to all of our fabulous community members who took the time to support this wonderful event.

We also had our first ever annual Mother’s and Special Persons Day morning tea. It was lovely to see so many friendly faces having an opportunity to connect. With over 130 people in attendance the GLCG put on a spread for the ages and the raffle was a terrific way to celebrate our special people.

Once again thanks to everyone involved, we hope you had a lovely morning and wish you all the happiest Mother’s Day.

Education Week 2024

Don’t forget that we are celebrating Education week next week and would love to see everyone at our various activities. Come and see us celebrating with a spotlight on STEM most classes will open their doors at 9:00am on Tuesday the 14th of May. All of our Prep classes and ICA will open their doors at 2:40 to allow specialist programs to run.

2024 Student Attitudes to School Survey

We value student voice as a means to improving student engagement, wellbeing and quality instruction and are conducting a survey to find out what your child thinks of their school.

The AtoSS is an annual student survey offered by the Department of Education to assist schools to gain an understanding of students’ perceptions and experience of school. Students will be asked about their thoughts and feelings in relation to their school, their learning, peer relationships, resilience, bullying, health and wellbeing, physical activity, and life in general.

This year, the AtoSS will be conducted from the 13th to the 31st of May.  If your Child is in Year 4, 5 or 6 there has already been an information and consent form sent through Compass. Please have a look to make sure you are fully informed about the tool.

Sign in Reminder

Yesterday we had our termly evacuation drill practice and noticed that we have one little process to work on. We always take our list of people in the school out with us to make sure everyone is safe and we did have a few visitors who signed in through the morning but didn’t sign out. Thank you all for following our sign in processes and ensuring we keep our kids safe. Could we also remind people to sign out once they leave to avoid any confusion in the event of an emergency.

Ride to School Day

It was great to have a number of students walk to school with myself and a few other staff members today. I love getting everyone active and it was also a great opportunity to continue to develop important life skills, such as road safety with peers. Looking forward to the next one!

Take care,

Kirrily Lamers





Classroom Helper Course/OHS Induction

Thursday 16th May @ 5.30pm @ RGLPS Music Room

The Classroom Helpers course is designed to help parents understand how children learn and how and why teachers do the things they do in their classrooms. We love having parents helping in all of our classrooms from Foundation to Year 6, but ask that if you would like to be one of our classroom helpers that you attend this course.

The Classroom Helpers course consists of two components: Classroom Helpers and Occupational Health and Safety (OHS). While the Classroom Helpers component does not need to be completed every year, there have been updates to OHS regulations, requiring all classroom helpers to complete the OHS component annually.

Please log in to Compass to indicate if you would like to attend.

On Thursday 23rd May at 4:30pm, we will run the OHS component for any parent who completed the Classroom Helpers course last year and needs to renew their OHS component in order to assist in classrooms this year. The course will be held online via Webex and should take approximately 15 minutes.

Please log in to this separate event on Compass to indicate if you would like to attend and a link to the Webex meeting will be emailed to you.


Cystic Fibrosis - Free Dress Day

Friday 24th May

Every May, the cystic fibrosis community comes together for CF Awareness Month. The theme of this year’s CF Awareness Month is, “Resilient.”


Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an inherited disease in which the body makes very thick, sticky mucus. The mucus causes problems in the lungs, pancreas, and other organs. People with cystic fibrosis get lung infections often. Over time, they have more trouble breathing.


Friday 24th May will be a free dress day. We aim to raise awareness about cystic fibrosis and ask students to bring along a gold coin to donate to the Royal Children’s Hospital.

Luke Franklin, Denisse Lobos & Cathie Sutton

Assistant  Princpial


If you have a child starting primary school in 2025, it’s time to enrol. Make sure to submit the 3-page enrolment application by Friday 26 July 2024. If you are enrolling the sibling of a student at our school for Foundation in 2025, and both children will be attending our school at the same time, your child is prioritised for a place at our school as per the department’s Placement Policy.


It is important to follow the statewide timeline to enrol your child in prep. This allows us to plan our classrooms, staffing and transition activities and ensures your child has the best start to school. You will receive email confirmation of your enrolment on Monday 29th July, as well as a more detailed enrolment form to complete and return by Friday 23rd August to accept your prep place.


Prep enrolment forms are available in the foyer at the school office. If you have any questions, please contact Kerilyn in the office.


2024 Training Band News

This Thursday the 2024 Training Band had their first full band rehearsal after only 4 weeks of instrumental lessons.

Many eager and excited faces arrived even earlier than 7.30am to start their adventure into the world of performing live music in a large band.

I was especially thrilled with their enthusiasm for every aspect of our musical learning, attention and focus.

We even had a surprise visit from Kirrily our principal who later told me,

“I was so impressed by how great they sounded, and I am looking forward to hearing them at the mid-year concert.”

The concert is a musical collaboration between RGLPS and Montmorency SC bands, held at the Montmorency SC auditorium on Monday 24th June at 7pm and includes a few extra musical surprises too!

Thanks for your support and encouragement for RGLPS’s newest musicians and l look forward to seeing you all at the mid -year concert.

Best regards

Michael Rochford






Canteen Special

Falafel Wrap with Hommus                                              $5.00

Extras: Lettuce, tomato, carrot, cucumber                    $0.50 each

Cheese                                                                                 $0.80


Quiche (Lorraine or Spinach)                                           $6.50

Help Needed

We still need some help over all tim slots and days.  If you are able to help out please ring or text me on 0438 585 323 or email

Thanks you

Margaret Groves




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