Free Parenting Seminars - for Every Parent
Positive Parenting Program SEMINAR SERIES, Term 4, 2017 Mount Helena Primary School
Parents/carers are invited to attend free parenting seminars to learn practical, positive and effective ways to:
Choir - Rehearsal Tracks
Re-Subscriptions and Workbooks
Thank you to all parents who have finalised subscriptions to Mathletics and Reading Eggs and also purchased the two Student Workbooks, Stars and Cars (Reading) and Writing Time(Handwriting).
The inclusion of these Subscriptions and Student Workbooks were endorsed by School Council to support the evidenced based programs being implemented this year (See Contributions and Charges).
If you have any queries about these programs and/or require assistance to finalise these payments, please do not hesitate to contact the office.
Students’ access to both Mathletics and Reading Eggs will be restricted until subscriptions are finalised.
Student Workbooks: Stars and Cars and Writing Time will be given to students once payment has been received.
Payments can be made:
“ Skoolbag” - School to Parent Communication
At Darlington, we are always looking to improve our communication with parents and the wider community.
Skoolbag is something we have been using at school for a couple of years to send out correspondence to our families. This app has been very popular with our parents. If you are new to the school or have not yet used this app, it is worth checking out.
This is a Mobile App that communicates directly with iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phones devices, that provides schools with an easy way to tell parents/carers everything they need to know.
After installation, parents can view the school’s newsletters and other documents, as well as receive ‘push notifications’. Alternatively, Skoolbag has a ‘communication centre’ on the Darlington Primary Website Homepage. Everything that is shown on the app, can be found within the communication centre.
The school is located on a beautiful three-hectare site in the heart of the Darlington village, in the hills east of Perth. In 2012, the school celebrated its Centenary and maintains a long and strong tradition of providing quality education for children from the local area. It is not uncommon for current students to have followed their parents and grandparents in attending the school.