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1 PREP INFORMATION EVENING Ecole Franco-Australienne de Brisbane

2 Teachers  Teresa Raciti– Principal  Anita Heinrich – Deputy Principal  Sarah Abbott – Head of Curriculum/Librarian  Jessica Gounder – Prep G Monday Tuesday  Chelsea Goodwin – Prep G Wednesday Thursday and Friday  Patrice Hungerford – Prep HL Mon Tues Wed  Kerry Lineburg Prep HL Wed Thurs Fri  Olivia Ranaivoharison Prep R (French Bilingual)  HPE - Maria Miocevic  Music - Julie Pierce

3 Arrival and Departure Routines When doors open at 8.45 please encourage your child to unpack their library bag, water bottle and brain break. They then need to complete the table top activities before choosing something to do on the carpet. When school finishes, at 3pm, parents will be invited in to collect their child from the table. If you are running late, please phone the office who will pass on the message to us.

4 Communication  Newsletter for you to take home with you with all the important information we will discuss tonight. Please ensure you have signed on so we can get this information out to those unable to attend.  P and C Meetings are held once a month  Our first P&C meeting will take place on the 18 February in the school library at 6:30pm. All are welcome to attend.  FABS meetings  School Website contains lots of relevant information.  Classroom website :

5 Parent/Teacher Communication Parent/Teacher Communication  (cc both teachers)  Telephone Face to face  Parent/ teacher interviews – End of Term 1 and again in Term 3  Please make sure your contact details are up to date with the school and class teacher  Ensure office has your correct address to receive weekly digital newsletters. If you do not have access please see the office for a paper version.  Concern Protocols – Class teacher - Deputy Principal - Principal

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7 Parent Helpers  Your support of school activities makes your child feel important and sends the message that you value school. We will need help from time to time with cutting and laminating  Changing library books  Reading Stories if your are French speaker.

8 Key Learning Areas French class In « Grande Section », in the French system, children enter the cycle of fundamental learning. They mainly improve their learning of oral language, start to discover written language and numbers, learn how to structure time and space and improve their social relationships. Most of the work will be done through games and communication. We insist on the fact that your child will NOT learn to read in French this year.

9 SPECIALIST LESSONS  Physical Education (P.E), Library and Music are conducted by specialist teachers. PE for ½ an hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Library for ½ an hour on Thursdays and Fridays. Music for ½ an hour on Tuesdays.  A one hour computer lab session is also allocated for each class each week. This lesson is conducted by the class teacher.

10 Assessment and Reporting Parent/ teacher interviews – End of Term 1 and again in Term 3 Report Cards are sent home at the end of Term 2 and at the end of Term 4 Learning Celebrations are held every term

11 Behaviour Management C.A.R.E – school positive behaviour Cooperation (Work together and encourage others) Attitude(Be honest and act positively) Respect (Respect people, property and the environment) Effort (Do your best and be responsible for your actions) Prep Traffic Lights and Behaviour Flow Chart – when not following classroom rules

12 Behaviour Management C.A.R.E – school positive behaviour Cooperation (Work together and encourage others) Attitude(Be honest and act positively) Respect (Respect people, property and the environment) Effort (Do your best and be responsible for your actions) Prep Traffic Lights and Behaviour Flow Chart – when not following classroom rules

13 Prep Levy  Prep students do not have a book list and are not required to bring in any stationery  To make things easier we have a Prep Levy of $180 which covers everything your child will need from scrapbooks, pencils and paper to photocopying and all indoor and outdoor resources.  Can be paid upfront or each term or via Centrepay for Centrelink customers.  Please see the office to make these payments.

14 Food Brain break – each day around 10am –fruit or vegetable only - clearly labelled and placed in tray Lunches – 11am and 1pm - please pack a variety of healthy food - keep special treats for at home Please ensure lunch boxes, all containers and lids, water bottles etc are clearly labbelled.

15 TUCKSHOP ONLINE - 9 FEB Our school tuckshop will be going online this year. This means that ordering your child's lunch will become so much easier. Our school has teamed up with Munch Monitor to offer an easy to use online ordering system for parents and students. Parents will be ask to set up an account, submit orders online and the school tuckshop will deliver your child's lunches as they always have. This fantastic service only cost $2.50 per family account per term (irrespective of the number of students on the account or how many times you place orders.) There are no other fees to Munch Monitor. Please look at the school website for further information.

16 UNIFORMS  Please ensure your child is dressed in the correct school uniform each day. If there is an issue and students are unable to wear correct uniform please inform us via a note or .  Sports uniform is able to be worn on Fridays only.  A broad brimmed hat is an essential part of the daily uniform. “No hat, no play!”  Please mark all uniform items, hats and bags clearly with your child’s name.

17 HEALTH ISSUES Please advise if your child has health issues to ensure systems are in place from Day 1, e.g. epi-pens for anaphylaxis, or puffers for asthmatics. Children who become ill during the day are sent to the office for monitoring. If required, the office staff will ring you to collect your child. If your child is unwell we encourage you to please keep them at home to allow them to rest and recover quicker and to stop the spread of germs in our classroom. Any medication your child may need while at school needs to be handed in at the office and a form completed.

18 Ecole Franco-Australienne de Brisbane Kindy / Grde Sec maternelle Year 1 / CP Year 2 / CE1 80 % Français / 20% English Year 3 / CE2 Year 4 / CM1 Year 5 / CM2 Year 6 / 6 ème 50% Français / 50% English

19 Challenge Défi Ecole Franco-Australienne de Brisbane Support Soutien Long term Long terme University Parents Contact Homework Alliance Française Baccalauréat

20 Ecole Franco-Australienne de Brisbane Prep

21 QUESTIONS  Thank you for taking the time to come to our parent information night.  Please remember we are here to help you and your children. Our goals are to make sure all students are happy, confident and achieving their full potential and that they make a smooth transition to school life. We encourage a love of learning, preparing them to be successful in their formal years of schooling. I’m sure you have similar goals so please if you have any questions or issues make a time to see one of us so we can work together towards these goals.


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