Some of our school routines are outlined here.
Assemblies are an important part of our whole school organisation. The coming together of students is vital to developing relationships, co-operation and cohesiveness across grades and classes as well as providing an opportunity for classes to share the work that they have been doing.
Whole school assemblies are led by students from Kindergarten - Year 6. These assemblies are held in the school hall on Fridays. The starting time is on the school newsletter each week. Parents are welcome to attend. Further information about these assemblies, such as which class is hosting and performing, can be found in the weekly newsletters.
For our class sessions see Bell times
Changes to Student Information
School office staff need to be notified of any changes in student information as soon as possible as this is important for your child's well-being. It is vital that staff are able to contact either parents or emergency contacts during the school day. Changes include phone numbers, address or a change in family circumstances.
Please ensure that all children's clothing and personal items are clearly marked with the child's name. This assists in finding an owner for lost property and also saves disputes over ownership of lost items.
Visitors to School
The safety of our students is of paramount importance. Therefore all members of staff wear an identifying badge and all visitors to the school must sign in and wear a visitor's badge. This must be done at either the school office, canteen or the classroom only if working as a classroom volunteer. We ask that visitors have either a current Working with Children Check from the RMS or have completed a Statutory Declaration Appendix 5 which is available from the school office. Singleton Public School also has a Safety Briefing document to advise all visitors of the school's safety procedures, including our emergency evacuation procedures. The Safety Briefing brochure is available from the school office.