Liverpool West Public School

High Expectations, Opportunities, Success

Telephone02 9602 8062

Emailliverpoolw-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Upcoming events

Monday

15

August

Public Speaking Competition

Date

15-19 August

Time

All day

Location
LWPS

During Week 5 this term, all students from Year 1 - Year 6 will be participating in a class Public Speaking Competition. There is more information in the attached notes. Class winners will compete at a stage level and one winner from each stage will represent our school at the Liverpool/Glenfield Public Speaking Competition.

Monday

15

August

Toddler Time

Date

15 August

Time

12:40-2:10 PM

Location
Little Leapers room LWPS

Toddler Time introduces children to early literacy, communication and social skills. We encourage their use of imagination through ribbons, songs, actions, rhymes and musical instruments to keep them singing, dancing and reading along with us. It is best suited for children aged 18 months – 3 years. These drop-in sessions are FREE. Why is it important? Develops skills and knowledge needed to read later on and a love of books Gives your child an opportunity to interact with children of similar ages, develop their independence and practice social skills Provides ideas on how to foster literacy at home Helps with co-ordination and physical readiness for school It also provides an opportunity for you to connect with other parents. Please bring along a lunch, snacks and a drink bottle for your child. Reminder, please do not attend the session if you or your child/ren are unwell. Mrs Caltabiano and Mr Emad Community Liaison Officers

Wednesday

17

August

Parent Cafe

Date

17 August

Time

2:10-3:10 PM

Location
MainsBridge Library LWPS

Parent Cafe is an opportunity for parents to come along and meet other parents, find out what is happening in the classrooms, contribute to school-wide decision-making, hear from guest speakers about a variety of topics, including health issues, and join us for a coffee or tea. A reminder is sent out through ClassDojo. MrsCaltabiano and Mr Emad Community Liaison Officers

Monday

22

August

Toddler Time

Date

22 August

Time

12:40-2:10 PM

Location
Little Leapers room LWPS

Toddler Time introduces children to early literacy, communication and social skills. We encourage their use of imagination through ribbons, songs, actions, rhymes and musical instruments to keep them singing, dancing and reading along with us. It is best suited for children aged 18 months – 3 years. These drop-in sessions are FREE. Why is it important? Develops skills and knowledge needed to read later on and a love of books Gives your child an opportunity to interact with children of similar ages, develop their independence and practice social skills Provides ideas on how to foster literacy at home Helps with co-ordination and physical readiness for school It also provides an opportunity for you to connect with other parents. Please bring along a lunch, snacks and a drink bottle for your child. Reminder, please do not attend the session if you or your child/ren are unwell. Mrs Caltabiano and Mr Emad Community Liaison Officers

Wednesday

24

August

Parent Cafe

Date

24 August

Time

2:10-3:10 PM

Location
MainsBridge Library LWPS

Parent Cafe is an opportunity for parents to come along and meet other parents, find out what is happening in the classrooms, contribute to school-wide decision-making, hear from guest speakers about a variety of topics, including health issues, and join us for a coffee or tea. A reminder is sent out through ClassDojo. MrsCaltabiano and Mr Emad Community Liaison Officers

Monday

29

August

Toddler Time

Date

29 August

Time

12:40-2:10 PM

Location
Little Leapers room LWPS

Toddler Time introduces children to early literacy, communication and social skills. We encourage their use of imagination through ribbons, songs, actions, rhymes and musical instruments to keep them singing, dancing and reading along with us. It is best suited for children aged 18 months – 3 years. These drop-in sessions are FREE. Why is it important? Develops skills and knowledge needed to read later on and a love of books Gives your child an opportunity to interact with children of similar ages, develop their independence and practice social skills Provides ideas on how to foster literacy at home Helps with co-ordination and physical readiness for school It also provides an opportunity for you to connect with other parents. Please bring along a lunch, snacks and a drink bottle for your child. Reminder, please do not attend the session if you or your child/ren are unwell. Mrs Caltabiano and Mr Emad Community Liaison Officers