Rollins Primary School provides a high quality educational program for each individual student. There are many ways you can become involved in your child’s education at Rollins Primary School. Below is a list of some of the ways parents have assisted the school recently. Maybe you would like to contribute in these areas.
- Assisting with the Oral Language program
- Making teaching aids for classroom teachers
- Accepting nomination for School Council
- Volunteering to help with Fundraising. Donating items for the Mother’s/Father’s Day stalls
- Donating Easter eggs for our big Easter Raffle
- Assisting at School Sports or Excursions
- Helping in the Library
- Cooking at a Sausage Sizzle
All parent helpers and volunteers are now required to obtain a Working with Children Check in accordance with Department of Education and Early Childhood Development policy. The Working with Children (WWC) Check creates a mandatory minimum checking standard across Victoria. The WWC Check helps to keep children safe by preventing those who pose a risk to the safety of children from working with them, in either paid or volunteer work. Applications are completed online then finalised at the post office. The Working with Children Check is free to parent volunteers.
Forms can be completed by following this link http://www.workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au/
Rollins will keep the community informed of its achievements and activities through:
- publishing a weekly school newsletter that is distributed to each family
- publishing school annual reports on the school’s performance on the goals and priorities in the school charter
- arranging appropriate information evenings for parents
- displays of student work
- contributions to and reports on school activities to the local media
- our Rollins Facebook page
At the same time, Rollins will facilitate community response through:
- school council
- parent opinion surveys
Rollins seeks the support of families through:
- promoting a positive image of the school
- supporting decisions made by school council, the administration and teachers
- supporting the ‘The Student Discipline and Welfare’ policy
Tips to support your child through their learning journey
Parents play a vital role in the success of their children at school Contributing to your child’s education can have significant advantages to the overall success your child has at school.
Click the link below to access some helpful tips on how to contribute to your child’s school journey.