School Website and Prospective Families

School Website

This week we have exciting news regarding the school website. The current website has been well overdue for an overhaul. The school leadership team, staff and Stewart Johnson (Parent/School Council Vice President) have been working to update the Hillsmeade Primary School website to reflect the school’s current direction and initiatives. The site is going to be online in the next few weeks. Initially the site will provide a snapshot of the school and its programs. In 2016 the site will continue to grow and reflect the needs of the school and Hillsmeade community. The updated site will provide families with a monthly calendar of school events and links to recent posts.

The school will notify families when the updated website is online and accessible. We encourage all families to browse the site and welcome feedback and ideas to further improve our ‘window’ to the world. We would like to thank Stewart for his support and time to create and develop the new site.

Prospective Families

Over the start of Term 4 the school has responded to many enrolment requests from prospective families. We have had a number of enquiries regarding school enrolment for this term and 2016. Prospective and new families have commented on the engagement of the students in their classrooms and the welcoming and friendly manner of our students and staff. Many of these families have mentioned that it was through positive comments from families within our school community about our school that contributed to their interest in Hillsmeade Primary School.

It was great to see our school community volunteers at the Parent Helpers Morning Tea today. The staff are very appreciative of the contributions and support of our ‘helpers’. Thank you to the KidsMatter team for preparing the morning tea.

Enjoy the week!

Scott Clode
Assistant Principal
(stepping in for Deborah this week)

Categories: From the Principal
Hillsmeade Office

The Hillsmeade Office team keep the school running smoothly, led by the Business Manager Stewart Johnson. We are always keen to hear feedback on how we communicate.