No 5 26th June


A word from our Principal

It has been a very interesting term and everyone in our school community are looking forward to the two week break, especially our teachers and parents. It is time to catch up on sleep and enjoy our families. We all need to still be mindful of social distancing rules and not leaving our home if we have even the slightest symptoms. This can be quite difficult, especially if you have elderly relatives you need to keep an eye on and restless children but it is most important. With increasing COVID numbers we need to be very careful as to where we go and who we see. I would hate for our schools to have to go back to remote learning again.
The Education and Health Departments advice is for everyone to download the COVID Safe app so that if you have come in contact unknowingly with COVID you may be traced. 
I wish everyone to stay well and keep safe over the holidays and hopefully, if all goes right we can begin assemblies and other group activities again soon. Maybe we can even have the working bee that we desperately need!

Goodbye, Alan.

Unfortunately, the time has come for us to say goodbye to our fantastic cleaner Alan. Alan has been a part of our Karingal Heights community for over 18 years keeping our school at an excellence standard of cleanliness. Almost every person who walks around our school, including the new cleaning company, comment on how clean it is. We didn't want to see Alan go but new regulations have meant that we can no longer employ him and must go with the company that the education department have selected for our area. We will miss him and wish him all the best.

Information from our KESO

Do you need some support? Please read the following information. Koorie Outreach Support Information Sheet
Koorie Outreach Support

News From DET

Families can access free expert parenting advice through a new online parenting program.

The program is relevant to families with children between 2 and 16 years and provides strategies to deal with specific challenges, such as building children’s resilience and dealing with conflict.


There are courses specifically for parents of toddlers to tweens, and for parents of pre-teens to teens.

It gives parents strategies to:

  • raise happy, confident kids
  • manage misbehaviour so everyone in the family enjoys life more
  • set rules and routines that everyone respects and follows
  • encourage positive behaviour
  • take care of themselves as a parent
  • feel confident they’re doing the right thing.
Sign up to the Triple P program via their website.


School Banking is Back!

School banking is back in term 3. Don't forget to hand in your bank books to your teacher on a Tuesday morning.

Parents Building Solutions

Anglicare have a new program 'Parents Building Solutions". This program will be running through the day and you can access it online. Perfect! Take a look and see.

2021 Prep Enrolment Is Now Open

2021 Prep Enrolment is now open. Please enquire by calling the office on 9789 3288.

Library Holiday Program

Tha Frankston Library are running a holiday program with a difference. For more information follow this link. 
Frankston Library Program