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  1. WELCOME TOWYNNUM WEST STATE SCHOOLPARENT NIGHTWE AT WYNNUM WEST STRIVE TO PROFESSIONALLY ASSIST OUR STUDENTS TO BE HAPPY AND TO REACH THEIR FULL PERSONAL AND VOCATIONAL POTENTIAL IN A CARING AND SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT.2013

  2. OUR SCHOOL RULES – Walt The Wynnum West Water Dragon • Be Respectful • Be Responsible • Be Safe • Be a Learner

  3. Topics Tonight – About MY Class • What the children will be learning in class this term • Australian Curriculum • Explanation about the class brochures that have been sent home • Routines in the class – before school – after lunch and when leaving in the classroom • Extra curricula activities the class undertakes weekly and the requirements for these – swimming/music/RE/library • Homework/spelling/Home Reading protocols in the classroom • Ways that parents can assist in the classroom throughout the year • Absent from class protocols • Mobile phones at school • Behaviour protocols – school and classroom – school rules

  4. INDIVIDUAL READING GOALS My Reading Goals Name: Class: Start Date: End Date: Transitional Phase— My Goal: To read and demonstrate comprehension of texts at level - To use an increased bank of reading strategies to decode unknown words To recognise an increasing bank of words in different contexts - ........ ……………………………. How I will achieve my goal: Identifying the main ideas and citing supporting detail Selecting events from a text to suit a specific purpose Linking ideas, both explicit and implicit, in a text, eg cause and effect Creating images to comprehend a text Determining importance to comprehend a text Reading on in a text to determine unknown words Re-reading a text to determine unknown words Reading different types of texts to increase bank of subject- specific words and less common words ………………………… Student Signature Teacher Signature Parent Signature Principal/Deputy Principal

  5. Prep Curriculum PREP TEACHERS PLAN FOR CHILDREN’S LEARNING USING FIVE EARLY LEARNING AREAS. THESE ARE: • Social and personal learning • Health and physical learning • Language learning and communication • Early mathematical understandings • Active learning processes These five areas Early Learning Areas are linked to the curriculum that is used in other primary school year levels.

  6. Helping Hands - Before and After School Care • We have a new professional provider • Vacation care and pupil free day care • Opens at 6.30 am • Finishes 6.00pm • Located in the hall • Please contact the office for any further information or go directly to the hall

  7. Positive School Behaviour • New system – like the traffic lights • Red slip – major rule infringement • Orange slip – minor with a chance of a win • back Gold class • Second orange slip – no Gold Class • Letters home for parents if students get an • orange or red slip • Walt Winner – positive behaviour award • House points for positive in class behaviour – Moreton, • Stradbroke and Peel

  8. School Priorities

  9. Warm Ups • At Wynnum West, we present lesson warm-ups [5 mins approx.], an integral component of our explicit instruction lesson format. •  Mandated in all classrooms [P-7] - everyday •  Usually delivered to the whole class using a range of materials including flashcards and white board •  Delivered at the beginning of an English or Maths session •  Includes a range of activities and chants, with check for understanding (CFU) occurring throughout •  Shared Purpose: • ~ switch on students to learning • ~ develop automaticity [number facts/sight words/phonics…] • ~ consolidate core concepts and skills [review prior learning] • ~ move student knowledge from short term to long term memory • ~ builds students ‘stamina’ - ability to focus • ~ builds confidence in students yet to acquire knowledge, providing opportunities for repetition and practice

  10. School Communication • Oral reporting end of term one • Written reporting June and December • Newsletter every second Thursday • Website updated every week – all our newsletters and events • Please just drop your teacher a note to make an appointment at any time

  11. EXTRA services • School Chaplain here Tuesdays and Thursdays – Ms Louanne • Playgroup -Tuesday mornings in Activity Center – 9.00.10.30 • After School Guitar, Keyboard and Taekwondo lessons • Swim club – Tuesday nights – beat you personal best and have fun – term one and four • Swim instruction by Bayside Swim School – Wednesday and Friday afternoons • Instrumental music lessons – Tuesdays for yr 5 – 7 • Junior and Senior Choir