Last week of 2017!

Dear Families,
I can not believe that we are already starting the last week of school for 2017! I can honestly say that this year has really flown by so quickly. It has been a very busy but enjoyable year. My apologies for this very long email… please can you read to the very end! These are a few reminders for this week:
Tomorrow, Monday 11th of December, is the annual Transition Day where students get to meet their teachers and classes for 2018. It is an exciting day and I am sure everyone will enjoy this special time.
On Tuesday the 12th of December the Year 3’s will be having a class party to celebrate our year together. 
We have decided, this year, for girls to bring in a sweet plate and for boys to bring in a savoury plate of food. On this day you will not need to provide lunch for your child (only recess as usual). Please can each student provide their own “plate” or they can use their lunch container. The party will begin at 12noon in case any parents would like to drop off their plate of food at this time. 
I hope that your child can participate and I am looking forward to celebrating a wonderful year in our classroom.
The end of year school concert will also be held on Tuesday and students have been singing and dancing up a storm so that they can put on a fantastic show. This year the concert is themed I Feel Good. The concert will commence at 5.30pm and students should be in their classrooms by 5pm. All Year 3 students will be performing “Firework” by Katy Perry. 
To make the performance extra special we would like the students to dress in black shorts with a shirt that is one of the colours of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo or violet.
I have been sending home students work over the last few days but please can I ask students to bring in an extra bag or packet tomorrow as I will start sending home their books and some students may need the extra space.
On Thursday I will allow students, if they wish, to bring a game to school as it is the last day of the school year.
I wanted to take this opportunity to wish all the students and parents from Room 37 who will be leaving Aubin Grove at the end of this year my sincere best wishes for this next chapter at your new schools. I am certain that you will thrive and settle in to your new environment but you will also be missed by your peers. 
I would also like to thank all of the parents from Room 37 for all your support, care and kindness this year. I have so enjoyed getting to know your children and it has been such a blessing seeing them mature, develop and grow over the year. I hope that they have enjoyed their year as much as I have!
If you have an further queries please don’t hesitate to contact myself or Jodie. Our class blog will no longer be available from next week.
Thank you, again, and have a truly amazing holiday and festive season. Best wishes for 2018!
Kind regards

Salvation Army appeal

Dear Parents,

It is already that time of year again, where we have partnered up with The Salvation Army Christmas Appeal. We have a box in our classroom where you can bring in non-perishable food items and groceries to give to those who are doing it tough in our community.

Examples of food we are looking for include: tinned fruit or veg, tinned spaghetti or baked beans, treats, beverages such as long-life milk, coffee, tea, milo etc, cereals and carbohydrates including rice, pasta, rice sauces and even some Christmas extras including bonbons, candy stockings or puddings.

The boxes will be picked up on the 12th December, so we have a couple of weeks to fill them up. Your donations would be greatly appreciated!

Library books to be returned

Dear Parents,

All library books need to be returned this week. Room 37 has Library on Wednesday so please make sure all books are returned and fines are paid.

Kind regards

Sandy and Jodie

Term 4

Dear Parents,

Some important dates this term:

Tuesday 21st Nov  – Junior Assembly
Tuesday 28th Nov – Junior Assembly
Thursday 30th Nov – Pre-ordered 2018 Booklist collection 2-4pm Undercover area.
Monday 11th December – Transition afternoon. Children meet their 2018 teacher in their 2018 classroom.
Tuesday 12th December – Class Parties and End of Year Concert 5.30pm. (More information coming soon!)
Wednesday 13th December – Reports home.
Thursday 14th December – Last day!


Mrs Wingfield and Mrs Jasper

End of year concert Year 3


Dear Parents/Caregivers,

The End of Year Concert is fast approaching and students have been singing and dancing up a storm so that they can put on a fantastic show. This year the concert will be held on 12th December and is themed I Feel Good. The concert will commence at 5.30pm and students should be in their classrooms by 5pm.All Year 3 students will be performing “Firework” by Katy Perry.


To make the performance extra special we would like the students to dress in black shorts with a shirt that is one of the colours of the rainbow – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo or violet.


If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me or your child’s teacher.


Thank you


Tarah Souter-Robertson

Music Teacher

Aubin Grove Primary School 2018

Dear Parents

If you are not returning to Aubin Grove next year, can I ask that you please let me, or the Front Office, know asap. Our school expects a drop in student enrolments for next year, owing to the establishment of Honeywood PS, so in order to plan for the number of teachers and classrooms required, it is essential that we have the most accurate information possible. 


Thank you in anticipation.

School Attendance

Hello families,

We have an amazing attendance record at AGPS. However, if your child is off school for any reason, please send me a quick email or call the office to advise of their absence. This is now a whole school initiative to ensure that our attendance is accurately documented.

Your co-operation on this is greatly appreciated.


Sandy and Jodie

HASS Excursion

Dear Parents,

A few reminders about the excursion on Friday:

– Students must be at school by 8.30am as we are lining up for the bus at 8.35am and leaving at 8.45am.

– NO faction shirts to be work only the normal purple school uniform.

– Pack a separate recess and lunch and place them in clearly labelled zip lock or disposable bags.

– Sunscreen to be worn.

– Ensure your child has a water bottle and a school hat labelled clearly.

If you have any queries please feel free to contact myself or Jodie.

Kind regards


Flat Stanley’s Return!

Dear Parents,

A quick reminder that all Flat Stanley’s will need to be back at school by Monday 16th of October. Hopefully he has managed to go on one or 2 adventures and we are looking forward to sharing his adventures with the class. If there are any problems please feel free to contact me.

Best wishes


Welcome back!

Welcome back!

I can’t believe how fast this year has flown by and that we only have one term left until the end of our year together.

A few important details:

Year 3 Excursion
Notes about our Year 3 school excursion were sent home today. It is going to be a really fast turn around, as the excursion is next Friday (20th October). This means that notes must be signed and returned with money/online payment as soon as possible and no later than Tuesday 17th October. It is a whole day excursion in which we will be visiting the Perth Mint, The Bell Tower, Elizabeth Quay, the Wadjuk Walking trail and Langley Park. We are aiming to arrive back to school by 2:50pm but please be aware that due to traffic, we may run a little behind schedule. More information regarding lunch/recess, etc. can be found on the note, otherwise if you have any further questions please feel free to come and see me. It’s going to be a fun and informative day!

Year 3 Parents
Could you please advise me personally, or via email if you are available to be a Parent helper for our HASS Incursion next Week Friday. I am needing 2 Parent helpers for our class. If I have more than 2 volunteers then I will draw the names out of a hat. If you could let me know by the end of Wednesday. Thank you!

‘R U OK Day’
On Friday 13th October, we will be paying tribute to National Mental Health Week. To raise awareness of mental health, we encourage all students to wear yellow to school! This may be in the form of a yellow shirt, hair ties, etc. We have a number of visitors to the school who will be working with the students throughout the duration of the day to highlight positive mental health and how to be expressive. Room 37 will be attending a session that focuses on Art & creativity.

Room 37’s Assembly – Save Water

Tuesday 17th October (Week 2) 1.15-2.15pm.

Homework will commence in Week 2!

School Development Day
Friday 27th October

Best wishes

Sandy and Jodie