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					Chatham Public School




            Chatham Public School
             17 Chatham Avenue
                P O Box 767
            TAREE NSW 2430

            Telephone: 6551 1081
                Fax: 6551 2012
    Email: chatham-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au




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                                 Principal's Message
Chatham Public is an educationally progressive and innovative school. Our emphasis
is on quality teaching practices and improved learning outcomes for our students. As
teachers, we aim to develop and extend the diversity of talents, skills and experiences
which our students bring to the classroom. We do this by providing challenging,
purposeful and comprehensive educational programs in the six key learning areas of
English, Mathematics, Human Society and Its Environment, Science and Technology,
Creative and Practical Arts, Physical Education-Health and Personal Development.
Special support teachers assist students with learning difficulties.

Our task as Educators is to prepare our students to be citizens of the 21st Century.
Educating children for a future of change presents us with an exciting challenge. Our
students will need to be creative thinkers, critical analysts, decision makers, risk
takers, effective communicators, negotiators and independent learners. They will also
need to be able to work co-operatively, be caring effective citizens and life long
learners.

With this in mind we constantly endeavour to develop in all students; self discipline, a
respect for knowledge and achievement, regard for the rights of others and a social
consciousness.

P Ellyard describes the future as:

"Not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. The paths to it are
 not found, but made and the making of those pathways changes both the
 maker and the destination".

To achieve these goals the home, school and community have complementary roles to
play in setting and maintaining an acceptable standard of student behaviour. Our
Student Welfare Policy is aimed at promoting self-discipline in our students, which is
essential for each person to be a responsible member of our society.

It is the school’s belief that education is the responsibility of teachers, parents and
carers. I extend to you the invitation to become more involved in the school and its
programs so that our students see us as genuine "partners" in their education.
Marshall Callow
(Principal)
                                      School Times
                              Classes Commence : 9.15am

                              Recess Commences: 11.15am
                               Recess Concludes: 11.45am
                               Lunch Commences:12.45pm
                                Lunch Concludes: 1.15pm
                           Fruit/Water Break: 2.15pm-2.30pm
                               Students Go Home: 3.15pm



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     Brief History
     Chatham Public School began as an Infants' School with 50 students in the Methodist Hall,
     Chatham in February 1942.

     Miss Enid Parrish was headmistress, with Miss S McLaughlin as Assistant Teacher.

     In 1953 the school became a Primary School with Mr G Gilby as Principal. By 1958 the
     school had an enrolment of more than 230 and a staff of six.

     The Infants' Department of 4 classes was formed in 1963 with Miss E Wold as Mistress.

     The school has continued to grow and now has an enrolment of 335 students with 13
     classes and a staff of 34 which includes part-time teachers, administrative support, specific
     programs and Teacher’s Aide’s Special.

     A major upgrading program was undertaken in 1993. This included classroom renovations,
     larger Library and additional offices. A small shade area was provided and additional
     school walkways were erected. In 2001 after 18 months of fundraising by the P & C a
     Covered Outdoor Learning Area C.O.L.A. was constructed over the quadrangle.

     The school beautification program is ongoing and has improved the physical appearance of
     the school. It is a constant source of pride for the children, teachers and parents. The school
     has received awards in the Local Garden Competition and a special Bush Tucker Garden
     has been developed.

     The school celebrated 40 years in 1993 and 50 years in 2003. We are proud of its progress
     and attainment over the years. The school's Mission Statement, "Strive to Excel" is
     reflected in the excellence achieved in many and varied fields by numerous students and ex-
     students.

     School Aims

     The broad aims of Chatham Public School are:
1.   To provide a caring, safe, ordered and stimulating environment where children develop
     their talents and interests under the framework of PBL and the four values : safety, respect,
     cooperation and responsibility.
2.   To provide a curriculum which is relevant and challenging and maximises academic, social
     and physical advancement.
3.   To assist children reach a level of open-mindedness where they are willing and capable of
     exploring all points of view before adopting a responsible and well informed opinion or
     course of action concerning themselves and others.
4.   To encourage students to enjoy learning and strive for excellence in all their endeavours.
5.   To encourage community participation in the education process.

     There are six Key Learning Areas:
1.   English - Reading, Writing, Talking and Listening, Literature.
2.   Mathematics.
3.   Science and Technology.
4.   Human Society and its Environment - Social Studies, General Religious and Moral
     Education.
5.   Creative and Practical Arts - Music, Visual Arts, Craft and Drama.
6.   Personal Development, Health, Physical Education (PDHPE)




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Uniform
All children take pride in wearing the school uniform. The school uniform is available
from some local stores and shirts and hats can be purchased through the School Canteen.
The Canteen is open for Uniform sales, contact the office or canteen directly.
Patterns for skirts and culottes are available for hire

Summer Uniform for Girls
Tartan Culottes or wrap around Tartan Skirt with elastic back, zip pocket in side
seam, double breasted, button through.....
Gold short sleeve polo top or gold short sleeve shirt.....
Bottle green sweater or sloppy joe.....
White socks with black shoes.....
Gold hat with emblem.

Summer Uniform for Boys
Bottle green shorts.....
Gold short sleeve polo top or gold short sleeve shirt.....
Bottle green sweater or sloppy joe.....
White socks and black shoes.....
Gold hat with emblem.

Winter Uniform for Boys and Girls
Bottle green tracksuit with emblem.....
(Optional bottle green zip jacket)
Gold short sleeve polo shirt or gold long sleeve shirt or gold skivvy.....
White socks and black shoes.....
Gold hat with emblem.

Sports Uniform for Girls Yrs K – 6
Bottle green & gold shorts or bottle green sports skirt. (Prepaid & ordered at Canteen)
Gold & green short sleeve polo top with school name on collar. (As above)
White socks and sports shoes.
Gold hat with emblem.

Sports Uniform for Boys Yrs K – 6
Bottle green & gold shorts. (Prepaid & ordered at Canteen)
Gold & green short sleeve polo top with school name on collar. (As above)
White socks and sports shoes
Gold hat with emblem.


Enrolling in School
Children turning 5 before 1st August are eligible to enrol at the school, however it is
recommended you discuss with the Early Stage One Supervisor and Principal about
enrolling your child if their birthday falls after May.
Documentary evidence of date of birth, either a Birth Certificate or Registration of Birth,
is required before children can be enrolled.
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The Public Health Amendment Act 1992 requires parents of children starting in
Kindergarten class to provide an Immunisation Certificate at time of enrolment.
The Department of Health also encourages your child’s participation in the Child Health
Service. To give your child the very best opportunity in their learning environment, it is
essential that they have their bodies, and particularly their eyes and ears, operating in peak
condition. A screening program is available through the Mid North Coast Area Health
Service for testing of hearing and vision. A certificate of attendance with the results of
the vision and hearing screen will be given to parents for forwarding to the school.
Children who are young may be better to wait and enrol the following year. However, this
should be discussed with the pre-school and the school before any decision is made.
Students enrolling from within Taree district need proof of residency and must present a
Transfer Certificate from previous school.

Assessing and Reporting
The school aims at communicating students’ academic progress, social and physical
growth and personal development to parents throughout the year.
A written report is issued at the end of semester one and semester two every year. We aim
at providing comprehensive, accurate and constructive information to both the parent and
the student.
Interviews can be arranged by contacting the teacher to arrange a mutually convenient
time.
Sun Protection
While children are at school we are responsible for their health and safety.
The school hat is part of the school uniform and children are expected to wear the school
hat every day.
The P & C endorsed the School Policy of "NO HAT, NO PLAY OUTSIDE".
Children who do not wear a hat are expected to remain in the covered area. The school
expects all students to wear a school hat. The wide brimmed hat is the preferred style.

Safety Before and After School         -    if possible try to keep your children at home
                                           until 8.45am. If other arrangements have to be
                                           made please contact the principal.

Safety on the Street
Be sure your child knows the safety rules for our streets, roads and highways. Please
show your child how to cross the road.

Below are some other safety rules to teach your child:
 Before you cross the street, look first right, then left, then right again; do not cross if
  traffic is near.
 If there is a marked crossing, Please use it.
 Walk quickly across the street; do not run.
 Take special care when you get off a bus. Wait until the bus has gone before crossing
  the street.
 Don't step out from behind parked cars or buses.
 Play games in a safe place, away from the street.
 Where there is no footpath, walk on the right-hand side of the street, facing the traffic.
  Always wear or carry something white at night.




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Bike Safety
The Department of Motor Transport recommends that children under 9 years of age do
not have the capabilities to ride in traffic and should not take a bicycle on the road without
direct supervision.

Road Safety
 Ride your bike with the traffic on the left hand side of the road.
 Let other road users know where you are going by using hand signals.
 Be on the alert and always be ready to brake.
 Wear an approved bicycle helmet.
 Choose the safest route rather than the shortest.

School Bus
Children travelling by bus board the bus at Chatham Avenue (Old Pacific Highway)
immediately after the 3.15 pm school bell. Children form lines for each bus and must
show responsible behaviour whilst boarding and travelling on the bus.
If a pass is lost, a new pass must be purchased from the bus company. Application forms
for bus passes are available from the school office.
Students must-
 At all times obey the driver.
 Where possible, remain seated for the duration of the journey.
 If required to stand, do so in a safe manner away from steps and in a position that
   doesn’t obstruct the vision and capabilities of the driver.
Students must not-
 Eat or drink on the bus.
 Permit any part of their body to protrude from the bus.
 Mark or damage bus property.
 Fight, kick, swear, hit, spit or place feet on seats.
 Cause discomfort to other passengers.
 Use offensive behaviour.
 Throw any article inside, or out of, the bus.
 Alter, deface, misuse or fraudulently obtain a bus pass.
 Give, loan or transfer your bus pass to another student.

Support Services
For children with special needs the school has a wide range of support services. Some
resources are available at the school, other resources are offered as needs arise or are
available at nearby schools.
The School Counsellor and Support Teacher Learning Assistance are based at the school.
The School Counsellor is a psychologist with teaching experience who visits the school
regularly. Counsellors give individual educational and psychological assessments to
children. They also give information, understanding and advice on the learning and
behaviour of students, especially those with special needs to assist parents and teachers in
dealing with these needs.
The Support Teacher Learning Assistance consults with the classroom teacher in
identifying those children who would benefit from being in a smaller learning
environment. Often these children gain improved self confidence and a greater feeling of
achievement and success.
An Early Childhood teacher works at Manning Gardens Public School with pre-schoolers,
(3-6 years) experiencing developmental difficulties. Special class programs are also
available in neighbouring schools for children with mild, moderate or severe intellectual
handicap.
If you have inquiries about any of the above support services please contact the school.

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Reading Recovery Program
Reading Recovery is an intensive program that targets specific children in Year 1 who are
experiencing difficulties with their reading. A specially trained teacher gives individual
children their own individualised lessons for half an hour every day for about fifteen
weeks. Students are assessed early in the year and a target group is identified.
Infectious Diseases

Disease            Period of Exclusion
Chicken Pox        For at least 5 days after first spots appear or until blisters have crusted.
German Measles Until fully recovered and for at least 4 days after rash appears.
Measles            For at least 4 days after rash appears.
Mumps              Until fully recovered and for 9 days after appearance of swelling.
Conjunctivitis     Until discharge from eyes has stopped.
Impetigo (Sores) May attend if sores are being treated and are properly covered.
Ringworm           Until treatment is begun... please see your Pharmacist.
Head Lice          Must be treated with appropriate solution from pharmacy. Can be
                treated at night and may return to school the next day.
Medication
Special procedures are followed in the event of a child who takes prescribed medication
and this is to be administered at school.
Should the student be injured in some way as a result of the administration of the
medication, the staff member will not be personally liable.
A "Deed of Indemnity" must be signed before any medication is administered.
Asthma Medication - Due to the nature of this condition students who require inhalants
will be encouraged to be responsible for the care of this medication and to keep it with
them where quick access is assured.
Please contact the class teacher if in doubt.
No medication will be administered unless there is parental consent IN WRITING.
You must indicate the dosage amount and method of administering.
Parent Parking
Children are to be collected or delivered at either Cowper Street or from the Chatham
Avenue entrances. Cowper Street is the preferred pick-up and delivery access.
The school grounds are for staff and delivery vehicles only. Parents should not park in
the Staff Parking area accessed from Chatham Avenue. The Cowper Street driveway
should be clear at all times.
No vehicular access is permitted on school grounds between 2.30pm and 3.30pm every
school day.
This avoids congestion and further ensures the safety of your children.

Absences
If children are absent from school, parents must explain ALL absences by note. It is
important that notes show the date/s of absence/s and the reason for the absence on the
day the student returns to school.
The only authorised absences accepted by the Department are:
 Child is too sick to leave home
 Child has an infectious disease
 Child is incapacitated by injury
 Religious commitment or annual family holiday, or sporting representation.

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Should your child have to leave early for a special appointment please come to the school
office for an Early Leaver’s Note and if possible inform the class teacher in writing
beforehand. Children arriving late to school after 9.15 am should report to the school
office for a Late Note.
Your co-operation in this matter will be appreciated.
CANTEEN
Canteen Supervisor: Mrs Minetta Page
Canteen telephone number: 6552 3024
The canteen is open from 8.45 a.m. until 9.15 a.m. to serve breakfast, if required and to
take recess and lunch orders. All orders must be placed at the canteen BEFORE 9.15 am
assembly
All children may line up to purchase extras, e.g. drinks, ice blocks, from the canteen at
recess and lunch and there are separate service lines for infants and primary students.
Until Kindergarten children are comfortable and competent with canteen procedure they
will be permitted to go to the canteen earlier, at recess, than remaining classes and with
the help of their Year 6 buddies.
The canteen closes each day at 12.45 p.m.

Money Collection
During the year monies are requested for attendance at cultural shows, payment for class
excursions, special swimming programs and a range of educational experiences.
It would be appreciated if the correct money is forwarded to the school in the money
envelope that accompanies the activity information sheet.
All monies should be lodged at the school office by 10am each day.

 School Fund Raising

 The parents, Parents and Citizens Association and the Canteen Committee as
 well as students and teachers raise considerable money to fund additional
 programs in the school.

 Each year the school prepares a Management Plan outlining priority and
 ongoing programs for the school year.

 A budget is prepared allocating income from the P & C, Canteen and school as
 well as the Government Allocation. All monies raised are allocated to the
 school priorities.

 A Finance Committee monitors the operation of the school's finances in terms
 of budget allocations and expenditure.




Lost Property
Please protect your child's clothing from loss or theft by labelling all items clearly. Tags
can easily be removed so sew-on or iron-on labels are easily identified and more
appropriate. Please help your child to recognise his/her name.

Parents and Citizens Association
The P & C Association meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 7pm to 8 pm in
the Video Conference room.


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In common with many other associations, this organisation has a long history of
outstanding support for the school. While the raising of funds to improve the educational
resources in this school is important, it is only one of the objectives.

You are encouraged to join and support the P & C Association and to participate in the
many activities. You may be willing to attend meetings as well as serve on any of the
various committees.


This is your school, for your children. Become involved in your child's education, be
familiar with school curriculum organisation and procedures and share your ideas for
improvement.


Perhaps you could also assist with a parent reading program, swimming instruction, craft
activities, (eg. your favourite hobby) or maybe you could help in our library by covering
new reading and library books or assisting by putting returned books back on the shelves.


Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Just let your child's teacher know.


Get involved! You will love it and so will your children.


Voluntary School Contributions
$10 for each student Kinder to Year 6

Voluntary contributions are set by the Parents and Citizens Association at their annual
general meeting each year.
The school uses these additional funds to provide resources for all students. We
appreciate your support with voluntary contributions.

School Council
The School Council is in recess.

How You Can Help Your Child
Get to know your child's teacher. Share what you know about your child with the
teacher - but do remember to choose a time when the teacher is not on class or playground
duty.
1. Talk about problems. Separation, serious illness, a new baby, can all affect your
   child's school work. You don't have to tell all your personal business to the teacher but
   it is important that your child's teacher should be aware of any changes or problems.
2. Make sure your child gets enough sleep. Tired children can't do their best work. Set
   a bedtime and stick to it.
3. Understand what is expected of your child - in regard to homework, behaviour at
   school (in class and in the playground).
4. Limit Television - but remember when you do turn off TV you must provide
   something else for children to do. Read a book, magazine or take a walk/visit the
   Library etc...


School Banking
Students need to develop a sensible attitude to the value of money and a positive attitude
to saving. To encourage this, the school in association with the Commonwealth Bank
operates a student banking service.

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Accounts may be opened and deposits made each Monday. Money for deposits is placed
in a folder and the deposit slip completed for the child to hand to the teacher on Monday
morning. Withdrawals may only be completed at the bank or agency.

These accounts are recommended both for the benefit of the child financially and for the
development of a good attitude towards saving money.

The banking is done electronically at school by volunteer parents. The school receives a
Commission from the Commonwealth Bank on each deposit. This is used to purchase
educational resources for the students.

Getting the Message
Communication is a two-way process. We need to communicate with you and you need to
communicate with the school.

The School Newsletter is published fortnightly and is sent home Thursday. It is also able
to be accessed on the school’s website. Google “Chatham Public School”. Please read it
carefully as it contains important information about forthcoming events, school
happenings, special functions and calendar events.

The Principal and Staff welcome the opportunity to meet and speak with you whether it
be at school or at Social Functions.

A formal assembly is held every Monday morning in the Communal Hall. Stage
assemblies are held during the week. See the newsletter for times. Parents are very
welcome to attend these assemblies.

Parent/Teacher Interviews are available throughout the year. To arrange an interview
contact the teacher and a suitable time will be organised, teachers twill not engage in
interviews unless an appointment has been made. Teachers are not able to conduct
interviews immediately before classes commence or immediately after classes are
dismissed at the end of each day.

Before you attend the interview:-
1.      Think about what you want to learn in the interview
        eg. How is my child doing in class?
        Does he/she use time well?
        Has she/he good work habits?
        Does my child complete homework?
        How can I help?
        How well does he/she get along with others?
        What can I do at home to support my child's teacher?

2.      Talk with your child.
        What do you expect the teacher to say?
        Ask if there are any concerns, but also successes and positive feelings to relate to
        the teacher.

3.      Ask the teacher to explain anything you don't understand.

4.      Be prepared to talk and to listen.
        Tell what you see at home and talk tactfully about concerns.

5.      Follow up - stay in touch.
        If you think of a question you forgot to ask, write a note.

Remember, education is a partnership between school and home. The more teachers and
parents can work together the greater the benefits for your children.

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Positive Recognition
Children need a secure, structured environment to lead them to self-discipline. A
consistent approach is needed to create this environment where all will feel comfortable.
A consistent structure for recognition of student achievement is implemented using the
following reward system.

Positive Rewards
Silver Certificates, Gold Certificates and Awards of Excellence are for consistent, reliable
and responsible behaviour and good work habits.

Awards accumulate through the grades
                      5 Orange = 1 Silver
                      5 Silver = 1 Gold
                      2 Gold = Award for Excellence
                      3 Gold = Award of Distinction

Once a student receives an Award of Distinction they are offered the opportunity to strive
for higher recognition.

Welfare
Positive Behaviour for Learning underpins our welfare philosophy. The school has four
core values: respect, responsibility, safety and cooperation.
We recognise and reward appropriate behaviours based on our four values. We believe in
equity for all students and make every effort to work with parents and children to ensure
they are provided opportunities to participate in all school based activities.
Students will only miss out on activities in extreme cases where the safety of all involved
is threatened.
In extreme cases the school refers to the DEC’s Suspension and Expulsions Guidelines
documentation.

      co-operate with teachers and other students so that everyone can learn,
      be caring and polite to other students and teachers,
      work to complete a good standard in all tasks that are set whilst at school,
      wear the school uniform,
      help to keep the School a safe and happy place, where there is no fighting, threats,
       hurting or stealing,
      care for the School's environment and property,
      use self-control and accept correction when necessary.

Teacher Rights
The teachers have the right to:
    teach free from disruptions (that are detrimental)
    expect behaviour from students which will contribute to their educational and
       behavioural growth
    limit inappropriate or self-destructive behaviour
    ask for and receive support from parents and the wider school community

Teachers' Responsibilities
Teachers need to:
    be consistent and fair in their approach with all students
    teach and model the skills and attitude needed to follow the school's Code of
       Behaviour
    maintain open lines of communication with parents and all other members of the
       school's community
    provide candid and accurate information to parents about the education and
       behaviour of their children

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        provide a learning environment that is safe, caring and non-threatening
        strive to teach in ways that meet the learning needs of individual students
        accept constructive advice and information from parents concerning their students
        accept no cultural, physical or sexual discrimination within the school


Parent Rights
Parents have the right to:
     be well informed about the school's curriculum and processes
     receive accurate information about their child's education and behaviour
     seek information and advice from the school whenever they need information
        concerning their child
     offer advice and information to the school in matters that relate to their child's
        education and behaviour
     expect that the school's Code of Behaviour and Discipline and Welfare
        Procedures are consistently followed within the school
     expect that cultural, physical or sexual discrimination is actively discouraged at
        all levels within the school

Parent Responsibilities
Parents need to:
     be supportive of the school, its community and organisations
     raise concerns/ideas with the appropriate personnel
     actively support the school's Code of Behaviour
     ensure that the children arrive at school appropriately prepared and ready to
        participate in all activities
     support the school's efforts to develop the children's self-esteem and self-
        discipline
     inform the school of welfare matters that may affect the education of the children
     seek information from the school whenever they are unsure or want to know more
        to do with the education of their children

The School Library
The Library is the focal point of the school where children are encouraged to develop a
love of books and incorporate technology into their research.

As your children learn to use the school library and borrow regularly they will become
readers for life.

We ask you to help us encourage your children to develop their enjoyment of reading by:
     being regular borrowers
     caring for their library books by having a library bag and
    handling books carefully. A cloth bag is preferable.
You are encouraged to:
    visit the library with your children and to discuss their borrowing with the
        Teacher-Librarian and their class teacher.

      be aware of your children's interest in literature and encourage them to be readers
       and library users.

Permission Notes
Students require parental permission to be involved in various activities throughout the
year.
Parents are requested to sign permission notes at the beginning of the year allowing their
children to have photos published in the media and over the internet as well as
participating in local area activities eg Recreation Grounds, High School or Entertainment
Centre. Activities involving bus travel will require a separate permission note.


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Excursions
Excursions are an aspect of school life that allows a link to occur between learning in the
classroom and how things actually happen in the real world. They are planned to extend
the children's knowledge, understanding and attitudes of an area of learning and they
support the unit of work that the class/stage is involved in studying. The length of
excursions vary according to location, age of the students and reason for the trip. Each
year, years 5 and 6 are involved in extended excursions, e.g. camps, overnight visits to
Newcastle/Sydney/Canberra etc. As well, excursions may be planned for years K to 6 and
these may be for a full day or part thereof. Excursions require parental permission, and
notes requesting this permission are sent home at the commencement of each year. This
permission covers all local area excursions during the year that do not require transport.
If an excursion requires transport a separate note will be sent home.
 Most excursions involve a cost and this is determined by transport costs and entry fees. If
the cost is substantial, the school can arrange a "pay by instalment" system well in
advance of the excursion.


Sport

Stage One: Students in K-2 classes participate in a variety of fitness games and
sport skills. The emphasis is on participation and consideration of others.

Stages Two and Three: Through a wide variety of sporting and social activities,
students at Chatham Public School are introduced to many skills.
All students are actively encouraged to develop teamwork and display sportsmanship in
their endeavours.

Outstanding students are invited to represent their school at Zone, Regional and
State levels in Swimming, Athletics, Cross-country and a variety of major sports.
Selection is dependent on skills displayed by students and parents and students are
required to sign a “Code of Conduct” prior to participating in these activities.
Chatham Public School tries to give all students a basis for continuing sport at a
community level.

Houses          BILINGA...........Black and white
                ALINGA............Yellow
                PERALLA...........Red
                NURUNA............Green


House Names and Emblems - Primary
These names are from the Australian Aboriginal Legend of Taree:
"Bilinga and the Fig Tree"

ALINGA                   PERALLA                    NURUNA                  BILINGA
the Sun                  the Turkey                 the Warrior             the Magpie

This legend has been perpetuated in mural form by the Australian Artist B. Mansell at the
entrance to the old Commonwealth Bank, Taree.

In May 1995 a Special Presentation was made by Mrs Barbara O'Neill (now deceased)
and her daughter Sally, of 3 glass/copper foil panels for the school library. The panels
incorporate the symbols of the school houses and are a feature of the school. Mrs O'Neill
taught at Chatham Public School for 32 years and had a profound influence on the school,
her many students and their parents.




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                          STAFF DIRECTORY (as at 09.02.12)


ADMINISTRATION
Mrs Jodie Ivers                School Administration Manager
Ms Gail Doyle                  School Administration Officer
Mrs Olivia Muir                School Administration Officer
Mrs Monica Buttsworth          School Administration Officer
Mrs Kate Morse                 School Administration Officer
SCHOOL EXECUTIVES
Mr Marshall Callow             Principal
Mrs Amanda Pitt                Assistant Principal
Mr Stephen McCleary            Assistant Principal
CLASSROOM TEACHERS
Mrs Amanda Pitt                Classroom teachers
Mrs Karen Annand               Classroom teachers
Mrs Natalie Wells              Classroom teachers
Miss Melea Tyrie               Classroom teachers
Miss Rebecca Faith             Classroom teachers
Mrs Joanne Madden              Classroom teachers
Mrs Fritha Miller              Classroom teachers
Ms Wendy Hardy                 Classroom teachers
Mrs Margaret Gay               Classroom teachers
Mr Ken McKenzie                Classroom teachers
Mr Paul Jeffers                Classroom teachers
Miss Justine Mills             Classroom teachers
Miss Kayla Smith               Classroom teachers
Mr Jeremy Copp                 Classroom teachers
Mrs Debra Ashwell              Classroom teachers
SCHOOL LEARNING SUPPORT OFFICERS
Mrs Jennifer Bryant
Mrs Natalie Castles
Mrs Kate Morse
Miss Fiona Buckland
Mrs Neryl Paterson
Mrs Danielle McLane
RELEASE FROM FACE TO FACE TEACHER
Mrs Narelle Drake
QUICKSMART/MULTILIT COORDINATOR
Mrs Sue McKenna
READING RECOVERY
Mrs Debra Ashwell
SCHOOL COUNSELLOR
Ms Peta Marceau
LIBRARY
Mrs Narelle Drake
GENERAL ASSISTANTS
Mr Paul McLeod                 2 days a week
Mr Leo Travers                 1 day a week
Mr Steve Farr (cleaner)        5 days a week




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