Welcome to Week 5 Term 4 Please take the time to provide feedback and
News: appreciation for the job the CFS team do to
Wow another busy week support the development of our precious
which culminated in our children!
annual CFS Disco...a great
event co-ordinated by Korinne
Have a great week,
Bailey. Special thanks to all Sandy Cartwright (Principal)
those w ho helped out on the night:
From the Cooking Room ...
Korinne Bailey Janet Schultz The students are eagerly aw aiting their first
Clare Pearce Sue Godwin cooking lesson for Term 4 and I’ve decided
that w e should make use of some Clyde
Ian Locke Laura Hoare Fenton grow n produce.
Cheryll Rogers Monica Sarny-Scotney It’s Mango season and the CFS Mango tree
Nick Lovering Sam Hohn was full of fruit until w e did some picking early
last w eek. In w eek 6 w e are hoping to use
Donna Capes Wanita Costales some of this fresh produce in our Nutrition and
Mel Carne Katherine Campbell Cooking lessons and w ould like parents to
contact the front office if their child has any
Sarah Heathwood Skye Curtain
allergies to Mangoes.
Jan Mott Ernest Brown Mr. Tim East (HPE Teacher)
Also a very special thanks to Mission
Australia and Binjari Clinic w ho provided the CFS become Crocwise
transport and staff to bring in our students On Friday morning Clare came to assembly to
from Rockhole, Binjar i and Kalano. talk about being Crocwise.
Somethings we learnt
World Teachers Day
about were about the
On Fr iday 28th October The United water ways and others
Nations'(UN) World Teachers' Day celebrated were about boat safety.
the significant role every teacher plays in pro- Clare showed us a
viding quality education and learning powerpoint and told all
opportunities, particularly for our most valued about a croc and where it
resource – our young people. travelled. Clare was very
helpful by giving us a few
A quote to reflect on at this time of year:
tips to make sure we stay safe around Crocs.
"One looks back with appreciation to the
brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those Thank you Clare.
who touched our human feelings. The
curriculum is so much necessary material, but Lyndon Pope and
warmth is the vital element for the growing
plant and for the soul of the child."
– Carl Jung
WEDNESDAY 7TH FRIDAY 11th November
2011 THE CFS WAY’ 8:30am Big Assembly
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School Care It looks
Wk 3-4pm Year 6’s go to
Ultimate High School
5 Frisbee for the day.
6:30pm Active After Interschool
School Council School Care Sport:
Preschool If you do just
Open Evening Meeting 3-4pm Volleyball contact the
5pm - 7pm Ultimate front office to
Frisbee have your
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6 9:30am Early
Oct. Active After Active After Years
School Care School Care Assembly
Ultimate Ultimate AFL Carnival
Frisbee Frisbee High School
Brontee Cavanagh x5 Trishayle Hughes Elyssia Tallon-Rosas x 2
Caly Hoare x 2 Jarod Silk Brooke Campbell
Asman McCartney Terry Wing
PRESCHOOL OPEN EVENING TONIGHT 5pm - 7pm
Enrolments for Preschool in 2012 Now Open!
Transport to Little Mangoes & Na Wulg Wulg available.
Bianca Schultz Preschool w ill be 8:15 - 11:15 Mon-Fri in 2012.
If you would like to nominate an adult member of our community for
terrific work, so they know they are appreciated please just
contact the front office via phone or email. This recognition could be
for a parent or a helper in our school or a member of staff!
Phone: 89721122 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Average for week
4 was 85%
Well done to all the students who came to school regularly for the past
week - this is really important so they can participate in the learning Well done to
opportunities in our classrooms. 1 CURTAIN,
Class WEEK 4 WEEK 3 TERM 3/4 NAIR &
Transition Heathwood 76.86% 76.33% 78.61% 5/6
Year 1 Curtain 90% 86.7% 87.27% for being
Year 1/2 Capes 90% OR
96.67% 95.56% 94.08%
Year 3/4 Nair 90.28% 86.7% 85.15% the week.
Year 3/4 Kelly 94.44% 90% 91.11%
Year 3/4 Campbell 84.88% 85% 87.68%
Year 5/6 Everett 90% 92.7% 87.63%
Year 5/6 Rice 89.57% 81.58% 88.47%
Transition Readiness 86% 70% 71%
ILU Lower 68.75% 66.88% 65.78%
ILU Upper 66.43% 77.14% 64.71%
We hope to
CFS Average 84.90% 82.86% 81.95% see more
Every Child, Every Day - improving student enrolment, attendance and
particip ation is everybody’s responsibility and everyone’s business.
Watch out for the CFS
Is in Week 6 - 14th to 18th Novembe r
*You will see 100’s of new titles at the School Book Fair.
*Great Christmas presents.
*Stock up - great new books for the holidays.
*See You There
CLUSTER ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
Part-time Pos ition Availa ble
25 hours per week during school term
(40 weeks a year)
Expressions of inte rest should be directed to
Rivers School Sport Coordina tor
0400448513 or 89712643
Further information available through contacting Daryl.
ThankYou! Due Friday
To all the families who stayed and all the staff
and parents who assi sted with the preparation
of the Blue Light Disco which was held last
Friday night. This also includes Constable
Danni, Trudy and the DJ. With out every one’s
assistance and coming together as one, our payable to Clyde
children would not have had the enjoyment Fenton Primary
which they had. As I walked around I didn’t School).
see any student not enjoying themselves and
this is what it is all about, loads
of smiling faces in a safe
Active After School Care
Our Active After School Care program
Korinne Bailey continues this w eek w ith Ultimate Frisbee.
Disco Co-ordinator Sessions run on
3 to 4pm.
PRESCHOOL ALL STUDENTS
FUNDRAISER ARE WELCOM E
$1 per ticket
Tickets from the CFS front
office or down at the Preschool
1st Prize:- Entertainer set. Week 4 Total
Jabiru 685 11840
Kingfisher 560 11007
Brolga 330 9862
Pelican 560 10052