Diary

Term 3, Week 2

Monday 25 July 2016

Tuesday 26 July 2016

Early close 2:35pm

Wednesday 27 July 2016

Thursday 28 July 2016

Breakfast Club

Friday 29 July 2016

Term 3, Week 3

Monday 1 August 2016

Tuesday 2 August 2016

Early close 2:35pm

PEAC testing-Yr 4 only

Wednesday 3 August 2016

Thursday 4 August 2016

Breakfast Club

Friday 5 August 2016

Contact Info
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Jordana Yearsley

Principal


Ridley Street, Tammin
Western Australia


Email: tammin.ps@education.wa.edu.au

Phone: (08) 9637 1051

Fax: (08) 9637 1179

PostHeaderIcon Tammin Primary School - News

Last updated 28 July 2016-Lisa Mackin

Please find a message from the Principal regarding Nationally Consistent Collection of Data for School Students with a Disability HERE

PEAC testing will take place for year 4 students on Tuesday 2 AUgust 2016.

We are now accepting 2017 Kindy enrolments for children turning 4 between July 1 2016 and June 30 2017.

WOOD for winter warmth! The year 5/6's are fundraising for camp. Contact the school or email orders to tpscampwood@gmail.com

Please participate in our latest survey regarding school grounds by clicking on the link SURVEY This survey will close Friday 10 June 2016.

New information regarding school uniforms can be found below.

The latest newsletter, Term 2, Week 9 2016, can be found [HERE]

2015 ANNUAL REPORT

REMINDERS - Early close every Tuesday at 2.35pm.

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IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS


Student arrangements for pick up and drop off
Parents are reminded that ANY changes to student pick-up or drop-off arrangements need to be communicated by the parent or caregiver via the student diary, SMS (0437 416 596), email (tammin.ps@education.wa.edu.au) or the office.
We understand that plans do change but we cannot accept the word of students to change pick-up/home time arrangements or bus changes. 
We can no longer accept requests from parents or caregivers changing the pick-up arrangements or bus changes for children other than their own.
If there is no written or verbal communication from a parent or caregiver changing arrangements for their own children then:

  • Bus children will be sent home on the bus as usual.
  • All other children will be kept in the school office until their parent or caregiver has been contacted.

It is the responsibility of the parent or caregiver to notify the bus driver of any changes to bus pick-up or drop-off.


As there is not always supervision for students before 8:30am we request that students are not dropped off at school before this time in the mornings.
All students arriving before 8:30am report to the office.

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Tammin Primary School is a Level 3 Department of Education and Training institute located within the Wheatbelt Education District 180 kilometres east of Perth. The school was established in its current location in 1969 and first commenced in 1900. The school has experienced an average enrolment of 60 over the past five years with students from Kindergarten to Year 6 and is proud of its friendly, caring and relaxed atmosphere. The majority of our school's population live on wheat and sheep farming properties that are serviced daily by two school bus routes running north and south of Great Eastern Highway.

Our vision and mission at Tammin Primary School is to ensure our students achieve positive social and academic skills and knowledge with high expectations of achievement by:

  • Showing RESPECT for all;
  • Strengthening feelings of SELF-WORTH through INCLUSIVE practices;
  • Promoting RESILIENT behaviours (withstanding or recover quickly from difficult conditions);
  • Providing a MOTIVATING and STIMULATING learning and work environment;
  • COLLABORATING between parents, students and staff.
  • COMMUNICATING positively and CONSTRUCTIVELY with others;

Our mission is to INSPIRE others to become RESOURCEFUL and INFORMED citizens who CONTRIBUTE POSITIVELY to a changing world.


The school seeks to provide an educational program that caters for a broad spectrum of abilities, needs and interests of students and to have strong links with parents and the community.

2016 P & C REPRESENTATIVES

 

2016 SCHOOL COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES

SCHOOL UNIFORMS

Some school uniforms, including second hand items, are sold through the Cooinda Centre. Opening hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 3pm. Closed during school holidays. Alternatively seasonal orders are placed by uniform coordinator Tanya Nicholls. An order can be placed by printing out an order form and emailing to UNIFORMS or sending in to the office. Orders can then be picked up at your leisure.

VISITORS' BOOK

All parents and visitors to the school, please report to the front office and sign the register, then as you leave , sign out. This is important so in case of emergency we are fully aware of who is on school grounds. As a visitor , you must comply with the occupational health and safety requirements of Tammin Primary School.


The 2014 School Report can be found by clicking [HERE]

 

 

 

SCHOOL PARKING GUIDELINES

REPORTING TO PARENTS

SCHOOL COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION POLICY

CODE OF CONDUCT

ENROLMENT - Part A Enrolment Pack

2016 HANDBOOK

2016 CONTRIBUTIONS AND CHARGES

 

Information
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Click on the above icon to open the 2016 Parent Information Booklet for Tammin Primary School.

 

 

 

Class Structure
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The Tammin Primary School will be running with a 3 class structure for the 2016 school year.

TPS Anaphylaxis Policy can be accessed [here].

PostHeaderIcon 2016 Term Dates

Students
Teachers
Semester 1
   
Term 1
Monday 1 February - Friday 8 April
Thursday 28 January – Friday 8 April
Break
Saturday 9 April - Monday 25 April
Saturday 9 April - Monday 25 April
Term 2
Tuesday 26 April - Friday 1 July
Tuesday 26 April - Friday 1 July
Break
Saturday 2 July - Sunday 17 July
Saturday 2 July – Sunday 17 July
Semester 2
 
 
Term 3
Monday 18 July - Friday 23 September
Monday 18 July - Friday 23 September
Break
Saturday 24 September - Monday 9 October
Saturday 24 September - Sunday 9 October
Term 4
Monday 10 October - Thursday 15 December
Monday 10 October - Friday 16 December

 

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