Remind app

We are use the Remind App to help keep you up-to-date about news and events. Remind is a free service that sends one-way messages via push notifications or email to everyone involved with the school.

Remind will keep our phone numbers private while making it a lot easier to stay in touch. Signing up for messages on Remind is a quick and easy process. You can sign up via the Remind website or via the Mobile App

RemindStep 1
Download the Remind application on your Android or IOS device

Step 2
Once you’ve downloaded the app, create a parent account with your e-mail address.

Step 3
Search for the year group by entering the unique code for your stage.

  • Kindergarten – eps-kinder
  • Year 1 – eps-year1
  • Year 2 – eps-year2
  • Year 3 – eps-year3
  • Year 4 – eps-year4
  • Year 5 – eps-year5
  • Year 6 – eps-year6

Please go to the app settings and choose to receive push notifications or email or both.
Remind messages will be an easier way for us to keep in touch about school events and organisation.

Some more information about Remind:

  • There are no open replies to teacher messages on Remind.
  • All messages are recorded in case we need to reference them in the future.
  • Your personal contact information is never seen by the teachers or by the school.
  • Messages from the school will be sent straight to your phone or email account.

We look forward to connecting with you!

Sydney Writer’s Festival

Writers festivalOn Monday, 16th of May, Year 6 attended the Sydney Writer’s Festival at the Riverside Theatre. Felice Arena was the MC. We listened to Jon Klassen-author of the ‘This is not my hat’ series. He explained how we were supposed to write an amazing book series and we had lots of fun! Liz Pichon was the next author who entertained us. She is the author of the Tom Gates series. Tohby Riddle was the 3rd author we saw. Tohby is a fantastic author and illustrator who is also the editor of The School Magazine. Finally, we watched Judith Rossell and learnt lots about the Victorian era. Year 6 had lots of fun and really enjoyed the day!

By Jessica & Kerine 6G

Korean jewellery

Korean JewelleryThe students in the Korean class not only learning the language, they also learn about the culture and the traditional skills. These students have created jewellery using paper folding techniques.

Zone cross country

Zone Cross Country TeamCongratulations to our zone cross country team. It take a tremendous amount of effort to run 2km or 3km and everyone one of our students crossed the finish line a winner.  Special thanks to the P&C for the treats at the end of the race.

Night and day

Explaining concepts of night and dayYear 4 students have been learning about the rotation of the Earth, the causes of night and day and the seasons. Sydney, Yeji and Claire were able to use their model to clearly explain these concepts.

Badminton Championships

The school Badminton Championships are decided by a series of boys and girls matches, usually held at lunch times. The two students with the most wins, then play each other to decide the champions. Sometimes, the teachers have to get in on the fun.

School Road Safety Program

The Wheelchair Sports NSW School Roads Safety and Wheelchair Basketball Program has just been to school. The program comprises of a 20 minute talk on road safety and the consequences of taking risks on the road, given by the road safety team who have unfortunately experienced these consequences first hand. It is followed by a game of wheelchair basketball with the students, to give them a taste of wheelchair sport plus an idea of what it is like to be in a wheelchair, if only for a short time.

A message to bullies by Year 4

Our Year 4 students would like to tell all bullies, they don’t like their behaviour and they are going stand up to them. To get their message across, these students created their own video.