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PYJAMA DAY- this Friday!

The Junior School Council are holding a pyjama day this Friday 26th November to raise money for State School Relief. Wear your pyjamas and please bring a gold coin donation. Thank you!


The advice from the Chief Health Officer is that students in years 3-6 are to continue wearing masks whilst inside in primary schools. All primary school staff need to also wear masks whilst indoors. Although we continue to purchase disposable masks, we would love it if students could bring a reusable mask from home each day if at all possible.


Information regarding school financial requirements for 2022 will be placed on Compass for parents perusal shortly and are now available to view on our website HERE.  Payments are not due till next year.


Allen Kelaher, ( Bella’s and Harrison’s dad) attended this week’s  Monday morning assembly. Allen is also the President of the Carnegie Touch Rugby Association which was established with Gilbert Hennequin (Eric’s dad ) back in 2019.

Their aim has been to provide a unique family-oriented team experience for women, men, girls and boys in a safe and supportive environment. They value fun, diversity, inclusion, respect and harmony, while maximising participation in sports for health and wellbeing.

Since the Carnegie Touch Rugby Association  started they have managed to run 3 tournaments involving many teams from our diverse community which has included a number of past and present students and teachers from CPS. At the most recent tournament held prior to lockdown was in March the CPS teachers team won. The winning team players were Miss Remfry and her family, Mr Landes,  Mr Acklom with his sons Levi  and Cooper, Miss Carhart as team manager as well as Lucas Kennedy a past student, now in Year 7.  Today, Allen had the pleasure of presenting the Marcus Champion Memorial Trophy to Miss Remfry.

There is a fourth tournament this Saturday at Caulfield Park (Ovals 3 &4). An invite is extended to You are welcome all to come down and play or watch the games.


Thank you for these great books and many happy birthday wishes from all at Carnegie Primary School.

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