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Events and excursions

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Payments

No late payments can be accepted after the advertised payment due date.
You will receive an emailed invoice when your child is invited to attend an excursion, event or other paid activity at school
  • BPOINT is now the preferred payment method for all student invoices at Queensland State Schools . BPOINT is a secure online payment portal supported by the Commonwealth Bank which enables parents and caregivers to pay the school via credit card or debit card. This is a really easy method, with a direct link found at the bottom of your emailed invoice.
  • All invoice details will automatically import if you use the link from the invoice.
  • BPOINT.com  This link can also be found  via your QParents account. 
(Call our office for details. We can assist you to easily sign up for a QParents  account. All of your child's invoices and school reports will be stored here. You can also report absences using your QParents account)

Alternatively:

  • Cash, EFTPOS and credit card payments can be made at the office counter
  • Phone payment using credit/debit card via BPOINT 1300 631 073. Please quote
  • CRN and invoice number from the BPOINT box on the left of your invoice
  • Centrepay - please come into the office  to complete an application
  • Direct Deposit payments can be made into:
Peregian Springs State School General Account
Account BSB : 064-212  
Account:  10004670 
Please state child’s LAST NAME and Given name, Excursion/Camp name, as reference. 
Email copy of payment transfer to our Business Manager BSM@peregianspringsss.eq.edu.au
Unfortunately Education Queensland regulations mean that we are unable to take credit card payments over the phone.

Check list - end of year reminders and information!

 

Volunteers 2020

There are many opportunities to help out in school as a Parent/Carer volunteer:

Please carefully read the linked documents and complete the attached form before starting your volunteer work with us.

Please note that volunteers other than Parents/Primary carers (i.e. grandparents, siblings, other community members) require a Blue Card, which must be carried whilst volunteering on school grounds.

Volunteer Form and Docs

Thank you for your support of our school. We greatly appreciate your time to assist our school community.


Student Resource Scheme 2020

Each year parents are asked to provide resources for their child/children in two ways.

1. The Book List and

2. The Student Resource Scheme.   

Our Student Resource Scheme will operate again during 2020 offering parents who elect to participate in the scheme, an economical alternative to the purchase of learning resources for their child throughout the school year. 

The scheme is supported by the Parents and Citizens Association (P&C) and managed by the school and operates within the policy and guidelines of the Department of Education (DoE) and in accordance with section 51 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. DoE encourages schools to operate a scheme as a service to parents. 


Booklists 2020

Get ready for 2020! Book packs are now available for online ordering. 🤩 

  • Order cut off is 16 December for delivery before new school year.

Please login @ www.kookaburra.com.au – click ' order a student pack ' (top left of screen) and please use the below :

Username: PEREG003 (The first 5 characters are letters and the last 3 characters are numbers)

Password: Student9 (Please note: this password is case sensitive. The first 8 characters are letters and the last character is a number).

Visit tour web page for more information about Book packs and Student Resource Scheme for 2020.


Cyber Safety Parent Workshop 2020

This year our Cyber Safety Parent Workshops will coincide with Safer Internet Day 2020 on Tuesday 11 February.

This is an event not to be missed and will change your thinking. It is an essential opportunity for all parents interested in managing their child's internet safety.

Delivered by a professional speaker on the topic of digital compliance and internet safety. You will be presented with engaging and powerful information in a way that will bring to life possible online dangers and responsibilities which are a part of your child's digital world. Strategies of protection and prevention will empower you to reduce online risks within your home. You will be amazed how simple this can be. 

N.B. This is strictly for parents only. Content is not suitable for under 18s

When: Tuesday 11 February  5.00 p.m. – 6.30 p.m.

Where: Staff Room

Book here


Swimming Year 1 2020

During Term 1 2020, Year 1 students will be involved in an 8-lesson swimming program. The lessons will be provided by Swim Fit Coolum at the Coolum-Peregian Aquatic Complex.

The swimming coaches will be supported by class teachers. 

Lessons are on FRIDAYS. Starting Friday 14 February (Week 3) and will continue for 8 weeks. 

Venue – Coolum-Peregian Aquatic Complex. Students travel by bus. 

Learning to swim and survive is an essential part of the Health and Physical Education syllabus and is assessed as such. All students are expected to participate every week. An explanation note from parents is required from any student unable to participate or to swim for a lesson.

  • In accordance with Education Queensland policy developed in consultation with the QCPCA, students must have a sun shirt or T-shirt to be able to swim.
  • We strongly recommend ALL students bring a swimming cap and swim goggles to use at the pool.
  • Students may also use water resistant 30+ sunscreen.
  • Suitable swimming clothing and a towel and thongs will assist your child in having a comfortable experience. 
  • The cost per child for swimming is $70.00 PLEASE NOTE: This charge is non-refundable in the case of a child not swimming on any day/days as all payments are made prior to students participating in this activity. 
  • The last day for payment is 07 February 2020. 
  • Does your child have a medical condition that may impact on their safety during participation in this activity? If 'Yes', please email a medical clearance certificate to admin@peregianspringsss.eq.edu.au in order to participate in this activity. 


Swimming Year 2 2020

During Term 1 2020, Year 2 students will be involved in an 8-lesson swimming program. The lessons will be provided by Swim Fit Coolum at the Coolum-Peregian Aquatic Complex.

The swimming coaches will be supported by class teachers. 

Lessons are on MONDAYS. Starting Monday 10 February (Week 3) and will continue for 8 weeks. 

Venue – Coolum-Peregian Aquatic Complex. Students travel by bus. 

Learning to swim and survive is an essential part of the Health and Physical Education syllabus and is assessed as such. All students are expected to participate every week. An explanation note from parents is required from any student unable to participate or to swim for a lesson.

  • In accordance with Education Queensland policy developed in consultation with the QCPCA, students must have a sun shirt or T-shirt to be able to swim.
  • We strongly recommend ALL students bring a swimming cap and swim goggles to use at the pool.
  • Students may also use water resistant 30+ sunscreen.
  • Suitable swimming clothing and a towel and thongs will assist your child in having a comfortable experience. 
  • The cost per child for swimming is $70.00 PLEASE NOTE: This charge is non-refundable in the case of a child not swimming on any day/days as all payments are made prior to students participating in this activity. 
  • The last day for payment is 3 February 2020. 
  • Does your child have a medical condition that may impact on their safety during participation in this activity? If 'Yes', please email a medical clearance certificate to admin@peregianspringsss.eq.edu.au in order to participate in this activity. 


Surf Skills Year 6 2020

As part of our HPE Program for 2020, during Term 1 all Year 6 students will participate in a 6-week Surf Skills Program. 

The lessons will be conducted by trained coaches from the Noosa Heads Surf Life Saving Club and held at Noosa Main Beach.  The coaches will be supported by Class Teachers and school support staff.  

  • The sessions begin in Week 4, on Tuesday 18 February and finish 24 March. 6 Lessons will be run over this period. 
  • Students will travel to and from Surf Skills via bus. 

    The entire Aquatics Program (surf skills and swimming carnival) is a key part of the Health and Physical Education syllabus and is assessed as such. All students are expected to participate every week. An explanation note from parents is required from any student who is unable to participate for a lesson. 

    In accordance with Education Queensland and the school's SunSmart Policy, all students must wear a sun shirt or T-shirt for each lesson.  Long hair must be tied back or a swimming cap is to be worn.  Students are strongly encouraged to use water resistant 30+ sunscreen. A water bottle, towel, swim gear and suitable footwear is required also.
  • The total cost per child for the 6-week Aquatics Program is $65.  This cost is non-refundable in the case of a child not swimming.  Full payment is required 11 February 2020, and no late payments can be accepted.  This will enable the office to produce accurate records of students attending, book buses, allocate school staff and advise the Surf Lifesaving instructors for their numbers required.


Year 6 Camp 2019

We would like to invite your child to attend the Year 6 Camp at Noosa North Shore. This year our camp is designed to take students out of their comfort zone, challenge them and help prepare them for their transition to high school. They’ll be required to prepare some of their own food, build their campsite and work as teams. 

Online consent/camp medical form

Camp Details:

Where:

Total Adventures

Noosa Northshore

Cost:

Cost $257.10 

To be paid in full by 29 November 2019

or

In three instalments:

First instalment: $100 due by 18 October 2019

Second instalment: $100 due by 8 November 2019

Final instalment: $57.10 due by 29 November 2019 

Online consent forms and medical forms are to be completed by 15 November 2019.  We will email you a link as soon as costs are finalised.

 

Date:

Monday 9 December – Wednesday 11 December (3 days, 2 nights)

Transport:

Students will need to make their own way to the Tewantin drop off point. 

Students will need to be dropped off between 8.30am and 8.50am to begin walking at 9.00am. Further details will follow including optional carpooling.  

Students will cross the Noosa River on board the Noosa Ferry and then hike to the Noosa Retreat on the Noosa North Shore. 

Student will hike back from Noosa North Shore to Tewantin on Wednesday for pick up at 2.00pm

Sleeping Arrangements:

Tents

We understand that camps are expensive activities for families and have endeavoured to keep costs as low as possible. Consequently, we have not booked buses and will organise carpooling arrangements closer to the date. 

Please complete the Online consent/camp medical form by 15 November; and finalise payments prior to 29  November 2019.  Further details regarding what to pack will follow. 

Please also note that should your child have a medical condition that may impact on participation in any of the above activities they must be cleared by a medical practitioner prior to participation.  

Should your child require medication to be administered whilst on camp please collect and complete permission to do so from our Administration Building prior to camp. 

Please note that we can only administer medications prescribed by a doctor or other medical practitioner. 


QPAC Excursion - Year 6 2020

As part of our Performing Arts program, Year 6 students (2020) will have the opportunity to attend the 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' musical at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC, South Bank, Brisbane. Three classes will attend on 25 March and three classes will attend on 1 April.  The date your child's class will attend will be emailed to you by the class teacher early in 2020.  

Roald Dahl's delicious tale, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, is a delectable treat featuring songs from the original film, including Pure Imagination, The Candy Man and I've Got a Golden Ticket, alongside a brand new, toe-tapping and ear-tickling new score. We will experience the wonders of Willy Wonka and his marvellous and mysterious chocolate factory! Your Golden Ticket awaits! 

Students will travel by chartered bus to Brisbane.  Students will need to be at school on the day by 8:30 a.m, as class teachers need to mark rolls so that classes are ready to leave school at 9:00 a.m. We will arrive back at Peregian Springs State School by approximately 6:00 p.m. Parents are asked to collect their child from school. 

Students need to wear full school uniform and bring a small bag containing morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a water bottle. Please leave electronic devices at home as they are not allowed in the theatre.  

When classes arrive in Brisbane, they will have lunch together, before walking to the Lyric Theatre for the 1:00 p.m performance of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. 

  • What: 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'
  • Where: Lyric Theatre, QPAC, South Bank, Brisbane
  • When: Three classes 25 March 2020 and three classes will attend on 1 April 2020.
  • Time: Students will need to be at school on the day by 8:30 a.m.
  • Return: We will arrive back at Peregian Springs State School by approximately 6:00 p.m. 
  • Cost: $78.00 Due 02 December 2019 See easy link to BPoint at the bottom of your emailed invoice 


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Last reviewed 12 December 2019
Last updated 12 December 2019