Parent Information

Parent Information

" I especially would like to comment on our impression of Ross Park last year too. It was xxx's first year at school, in Transition with Imogen Harper.  Miss Harper's calm, creative and quietly passionate approach to teaching our son has left such a positive influence on him, and exemplary impression upon my husband and me.  Miss Harper catered to individuals' strengths and areas where students might need extra encouragement, with what we came to understand as her typically even-handed and caring, tuned-in way. We had an enriching and enjoyable year with her as our guide." Parent of student in Transiton in 2013

"....thank you for all the time you have invested in her this year. I feel truly blessed that she has had the opportunity to grow and learn from you and that your approach has helped her to become a much more confident young person. I love the laughter you bring to the Preschool and the Rona Glynn families are so very lucky to have you teach their children!"  Letter from parent to Rona Glynn Preschool teacher, August 2012

 MOBILE PHONE POLICY - updated May 2014

The school accepts that students may possess mobile phones for ease of communication and to protect them from everyday risks involving personal safety.

Students bringing mobile phones and devices to school must hand these either to their teacher or to the front office each morning and collect them at the end of school. They are not to be used during school hours.If students use their phones or devices during school hours they will be confiscated for the remainder of the day.

Students will be reminded of the school policy and families informed.Students who bring mobile phones and devices to Ross Park Primary School have a responsibility to adhere to the school policy and parents/carers are expected to support and reinforce the policy.

The school accepts no responsibility for replacing mobile phones or electronic devices that are lost, stolen or damaged whilst on school premises.



These are made specifically for the Ross Park families.

Watch our inschool video newsletter - the intended audience is our students and their families. Term 1 2013

This is a video made by our Early Childhood team to assist you when you are helping your children learn to read. April 2013


School Council

The Ross Park School Council is an elected body of parents and teachers. It is responsible for ensuring that decisions affecting the school are made in keeping with the school philosophy.
The Council, along with interested parents and staff members, approves the Annual Operational Plan each year. Various subcommittees are in place and any member of the school community can join a committee.
During school terms, the Council meets on the third Monday of each month at 7:00pm in the Staffroom. All members of the school community are welcome to attend Council meetings and raise agenda items. Members of the Student Representative Council (SRC) join the School Council from time to time to bring issues from students to the attention of Council.
The Minutes of School Council meetings can be requested by any family.

Classroom Support

Parents are encouraged to be involved in a myriad of activities at our school. These include:
* Sharing knowledge or expertise in a particular subject area - e.g. Information Technology, Architecture, Desert Technology, Music, Dance, Drama, Art
* Changing reading books or listening to students read
* Word Processing assistance with student work
* Helping on school camps, at Sports Carnivals etc


Ross Park is a member of the Council of Government Schools Organisation, promoting awareness of issues impacting on government schools.


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