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Someone told me that we only have 4 weeks left of the year. I cannot believe that this is possible. As we welcome our 2024 Preps into the school, I feel like it was just a few weeks ago that we first met our 2023 Preps. There just seem to be so many more things that we have left to do this year. In the next few weeks, we will have a 2024 Prep information evening, softball state finals, Tee ball state finals, our end of year music concert, an information session regarding BYOD trials, Christmas Carols and family picnic on the triangle, graduation, Year 4 camp, a host of excursions and a whole school transition day. I am so pleased to have such great opportunities at RGLPS.

Christmas Carols on the Triangle

We’re thrilled to invite you to our much-anticipated annual Christmas Carols Night on the Triangle! Join us on the 7th of December from 6:00 to 7:30 for an enchanting evening filled with festive cheer and community spirit.

Here are the highlights:

  • Date and Time: December 7th, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Venue: The Triangle
  • What to Bring: Don’t forget your picnic rug! Bring along a picnic, and we’ve got you covered with a delicious sausage sizzle provided by TheirCare.
  • Entertainment: Enjoy the melodious backdrop of Christmas carols playing throughout the evening. Feel free to join in and sing along—everyone is welcome!
  • Special Guests: Rumour has it that Santa himself might make a special appearance! Capture the magic and bring your cameras.
  • Christmas Raffle: Get into the festive spirit with our Christmas Raffle! Tickets will be on sale for a chance to win exciting prizes.
  • Celebration: This is a fantastic opportunity for families to come together, relax, and celebrate the wonderful year we’ve had as a community.

Let’s create lasting memories as we embrace the holiday season together. Your presence will make the evening even more special!

See you there!

COVID-19 Reminder

There is at present an increase in community transmission of COVID-19 in Victoria.

You can help us keep our school as safe as possible by taking 2 important steps:

  1. Ensure your COVID-19 vaccinations are up to date. Information on how and where to get vaccinated is available on the Get vaccinated webpage.
  2. If your child shows symptoms of COVID-19, please ensure they stay home and get tested. The easiest way to test is to use a rapid antigen test (RAT). Free RATs are available from your local council where you can collect 2 packs of 5 RATs and an extra 2 packs for each person in your household. People with disability and their carers can get 4 packs of 5 RATs. You are not required to have a Medicare card and you can collect RATs as many times as you need. You can also buy RATs at supermarkets, pharmacies and other retailers.

If your child has symptoms but tests negative, please ensure they stay home until they no longer have symptoms.

If the RAT test result is positive, please ensure they say home for at least 5 days and until there are no more symptoms.

Thank you for your support – these steps will help us all stay well.

Take care,

Kirrily Lamers



Compass Attendance Notes

There is a high number of students with attendance notes required through the Compass portal.

When you log into your profile you will see a green box that looks like this:

You will see a screen like this one.

From here you can select individual dates or select them all. Once selections are made, click on the ‘Explain with attendance note’ button.

Choose the appropriate option and click ‘Save’.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter. It is important to keep this information up to date.

Luke Franklin & Denisse Lobos

Assistant  Princpial



There is so much happening at Golf Links at present! Yesterday, we had the Year 3 Big Day Out excursion to the MCG, National Ports Museum and Yarra River Cruise. This event was part of our RGLPS Camping program with our Year 3 students attending a long day excursion before commencing overnight camps from Year 4.


RGLPS is also in the midst of 2024 Prep Transition sessions and next week, we commence speeches for 2024 student leadership roles. Best of luck to those students currently in year 4 and 5 who are seeking one of these leadership roles for next year!


Annotated Portfolio Samples on Seesaw

In the lead up to the end of the school year, teachers are busy uploading portfolio learning samples to Seesaw illustrating student achievement and progress for Term 4. Classroom teachers will upload an annotated learning sample for the following areas:

  1. English – Reading and Viewing
  2. English – Writing
  3. English – Speaking and Listening
  4. Mathematics – Number and Algebra
  5. Mathematics – Measurement and Geometry OR Statistics and Probability
  6. Inquiry


I remind everyone that these uploaded portfolio samples may not be end of unit ‘polished’ learning pieces. Portfolio tasks may demonstrate a ‘snapshot in time’ demonstrating how your child is going. Each sample will clearly list the skills or understandings your child has demonstrated from the RGLPS Developmental Learning Continuums. Several teams will be using the moderated writing and number tasks that were assigned to students across the school  


Specialist teachers will also upload portfolio samples for their respective teaching areas once a semester.


Parents are also invited to like and make a comment on work that is uploaded on Seesaw. Children find it really encouraging when their parents take an interest in their learning and like their work.

Semester Two 2023 Reports

Teachers are currently finalising and proofreading Semester Two 2023 reports. These will be released to parents/carers via Compass on Monday 18th December 2023.


On a personal note, I will be on leave next week while I recover from a medical procedure. I hope to be back on deck in early December and look forward to updating the community on teaching and learning news for the last few weeks of the school year.


Have a great week everyone! 

Kerron Worsdell

Learning Specialist


This week many parents, students and performers enjoyed the 3rd piano festival for the year. Around 80 students performed over the 3 lunchtimes during the week.  All students played well and received much applause from large audiences. Many smiling proud parents and piano teachers too!







Sweet Chilli Chicken Wrap

                   Sweet Chilli tenders served in a wrap

                   Options:  Lettuce, tomato,cucumber, cheese and pineapple.



                                                                         Please see flexischools for prices.


Thank you to the parents who have answered our calls for help over the last two weeks.  It is very much appreciated.

Maragret Groves 

Canteen Manager





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