Before and After School Care
Camp Australia operates the Out of School Hours care program for students at Skye Primary School. This program operates Monday to Friday from 6:30am to 8:45am and 3:15pm to 6:30pm. All information including booking, account setup and payments can be made via the link below, on the website www.campaustralia.com.au or by contacting the customer care line on 1300 105 343. Please note that the school does not process or handle any administration associated with OSHC program, all inquiries must be made directly to Camp Australia directly..
Camp Australia – Guiding Children’s Growth
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) program.
Camp Australia programs are centred on child enrichment, while ensuring a reliable, engaging and hassle-free OSHC service at our school. Their engaged educators foster a safe, inclusive environment where children can relax, have fun and grow.
Camp Australia recognises that children need a different experience in term time to the experience they have on their holidays. Families can choose Your OSHC for before and after school experiences during term, or Rocketeers during the holidays.
Your OSHC – OSHC that inspires
At Your OSHC by Camp Australia, every before school, after school and pupil free day program is tailored to the likes and interests of each child in service. Camp Australia’s educators design enriching experiences to inspire your children’s confidence, independence and imagination. In any one week, they could be participating in science experiments, active play, creative expression and more – they believe in learning through experience so that each child can grow.
Rocketeers – Extraordinary Holiday Adventures
Rocketeers by Camp Australia is a space for children to escape the ordinary and experience the extraordinary during their school holidays. Every school holiday break is a new mission for children to embark upon. With carefully designed programs, directed by the children and informed by family feedback, no two days are the same with Rocketeers. Experiences planned could include games, arts & crafts, sport, excursions, cooking, coding and more.
The Skye Primary School Council upholds our school Uniform Policy and has declared that it is compulsory for school uniform to be worn for the following reasons:
- A uniform gives a school a sense of unity.
- A uniform removes the sense of competition in dress, which can often cause stress amongst students.
- Wearing a school uniform has the important safety factor of making Skye Primary children instantly recognisable in any group, such as when on excursion.
Skye Primary School children will not be permitted to attend out of school functions, e.g. excursions, unless they are wearing school uniform. This decision is to ensure the safety of our students while away from school and to provide a sense of unity to the public so that the image of our school is thus enhanced.
THONGS AND SANDALS ARE NOT PERMITTED FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY REASONS
If for any reason a child may not be able to wear shoes to school e.g. blistered feet, a note must be provided from parents.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DENIM AND FASHION PANTS ARE NOT A PART OF OUR SCHOOL UNIFORM.
The School Uniform Shop
The School Uniform Shop
Skye Primary School uniform is available from Primary School Wear:
Primary School Wear
22/13 Gateway Drive
Carrum Downs, 3201
Primary School Wear should be contacted directly for any enquiries about the ordering or purchasing of school uniform.
Navy Broad brimmed Hat (must be worn 1st & 4th Term)
School dress or tunic
School windcheater or bomber jacket
Navy shorts or slacks
Light blue or navy t-shirt
Light Blue or Navy Polo top
White or navy socks
Navy track pants or slacks
School windcheater or bomber jacket
Light blue or navy long sleeve polo top
Light blue or navy skivvy
White/Navy socks, navy tights
Prices and Online Ordering are available through their website
Students are able to receive lunch orders on a Thursday. These are managed through the local Frankston Subway. Orders are placed on-line.
1. Sign up with www.subsforyou.com
2. Register your student
3. Order lunch by 11.30am each Wednesday – lunches delivered to school on a Thursday
4. If your child is away and your have ordered Subway – please email firstname.lastname@example.org directly to arrange a refund or rollover of lunch for the following week.
All government schools in Victoria have school councils.. They are legally formed bodies that are given powers to set the key directions of a school. In the performance of their role, school councils are able to directly influence the quality of education that the school provides for its students.
Within guidelines provided by the Department of Education & Training (DET), a school council has responsibilities for developing such things as
- The school’s budget which shares out the available resources to enhance and support the learning needs of the students of Skye Primary school.
- The general educational policy of the school
- The physical appearance and maintenance of the school’s buildings and grounds
- The student code of conduct which provides a safe and orderly environment for learning
- An annual report on the school’s achievements….
Skye Primary School Council has a membership of 14:
- 8 parents
- 5 DET employees, which includes the Principal as the Executive Officer
- 1 Co-Opted Community Member
School Council meets the first Tuesday of each month.
School Council elections are held each year for 4 parent and 2 DET employee positions. The notice of election is advertised through the weekly school newsletter in February of each year.
Further information on school councils can be obtained from the DET Website.
Aaron Gionis is Skye Primary School’s Council President.
Further questions about school council can be directed to the School Principal.
Parent, Teachers and Friends Association
Skye Primary School Parents, Teachers and Friends (PTF) is a fun, toddler friendly connection of dedicated parents, teachers and friends of the school who enjoy volunteering their time to work together for the better of our students.
The primary role of the PTF is to:
Work in partnership with the school to promote strong links between the school and its community of parents, carers and friends
Provide information to families about the school and its community activities and where possible extend assistance to foster good relations among the school’s community.
Initiate and organise fund raising events which aim to bring the school community closer together while raising extra revenue for the school to finance additional learning facilities to benefit all students.
All parents teachers and friends are welcome to join the PTF either as active members or simply to interact with other parents and become more involved with the school.
Some of the events/activities/school support organised by the Parents’ Club include the following:
- Morning Tea (for Prep parents)
- Mothers’ Day Stall / Fathers’ Day Stall
- Trivia Night
- Easter Raffle
Over the past few years the PTF have fundraised for and provided:
- Air-conditioning to classrooms
- Student laptops for classrooms
- Software programs
- Library Books
- Sports equipment
- Student playgrounds
- Classroom Equipment
- School Oval
- Support to Grade Six Graduation
- New Junior School sandpit
The Parents’ Club can be contacted by telephoning the school direct on 9786 1555 or by email at email@example.com
Parent Teacher Interviews
Parent Teacher Interviews are held in Term Two each year. If you feel you need to speak with your child’s teacher at any other time please make an appointment with them and they will be happy to discuss any concerns you may be having.