Parent-teacher interviews for students from Pre-Primary to Year 6 will be held in Week 6.

School will finish at 11.45am on Wednesday March 8 to allow teachers to conduct the one-on-one meetings with parents.

Interviews will also be held after school on Tuesday March 7 for parents unable to attend a Wednesday timeslot.

More information on booking times will be provided by individual class teachers next week.

Kindy students due to attend school on the Wednesday will not be affected by the early closure and will attend until 2.50pm as normal.

Kindergarten parent interviews will be scheduled later in the term.

Camp Australia will open from 11.45am on March 8, although parents will have to provide children with a packed lunch.


An assortment of furniture no longer required by the school is being made available for purchase after school today.

Items such as an office desk, class desks, chairs and some early childhood furniture will be available in Learning Area 1 and Learning Area 2.

Prices will start from $5 for the cash and carry sale, and unfortunately items will not be able to be put on hold.


Parents may have noticed some professional photographers around the school grounds at the beginning of the year.

The photographers, visiting from Kapture Photography, took images of students returning for the new school year.

While not all students could necessarily be photographed on the day, those images that were taken have been made available on-line for viewing and also to buy.

The images can be viewed at, where the code TCG9EM will need to be entered under the Sports and Event tab to access the gallery.


Aubin Grove Primary School students were spoilt for choice last week when the school hosted a Sporting Gala Day.

More than 10 local sporting clubs and associations gathered on the school oval on Thursday afternoon to provide dozens of students and their families with information on their respective organisations.

Many had interactive stands where students could have a go at some sports-based activities, including kicking a soccer ball or navigating cones with a hockey stick and ball.

The afternoon was organised by school Physical Education teacher Matthew Paparone to provide students with an opportunity to register for the upcoming sporting season.

Mr Paparone said it was great to see so many students trying sports which they may never had done before.

“Our main goal is to see as many of our students being as active as possible,” he said.

“We are certainly looking forward to providing further opportunities for our students to sign with their favourite sports throughout the year.”

Mr Paparone thanked the Year 6 faction captions for their assistance in setting up for the event.

“They did their school proud and should be very pleased with their efforts,” he said.