From the Principal

Stanmore Public School Message from the Principal

Dear parents and carers,

Today Stanmore Public School celebrated Wear It Purple Day, and our students and staff brought their ‘A’ game! The school was transformed into a beautiful mix of purple, rainbows and lots of sparkles and sequins. It is always great fun to dress up, and especially fun when we are supporting such an important cause and message of harmony, diversity and tolerance in our community.

Thank you to Pip T in Year 5 for her leadership of this event, and to Ms Lopes, the Student Executive and Student Representative Council for their support and organisation. Thanks also to Mrs Metzner, our teacher librarian, who shared some wonderful picture books introducing concepts of diversity in sexual orientation and gender to young readers, and thanks to all the families who made gold coin donations and supported the event.

Lost Property

Thank you to the small team of parent volunteers who sorted through the lost property today (following COVID-safe guidelines of course). At school, we will continue to remind students to take care of their belongings; please support us at home by labelling all items clearly with their full name.

Planning for 2021

Thank you to all the families who responded to the Operoo survey regarding children returning or leaving Stanmore PS, or new enrolments joining us in 2021. If you have any information about your child leaving the school, or another child you are planning to enrol, that you have not already told us, please contact the office ASAP.

If you are awaiting confirmation of your child’s enrolment at another school (e.g. non-government school), please let us know so we are aware of the possibility. The more information we have about our likely numbers for next year, the sooner we can start planning our staffing and teachers’ roles.

Have a wonderful weekend, I hope you get to enjoy the early spring sunshine.

Until next week,

Hugh Miller

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