Parents & Community - Parent / Teacher Communication

Parents may forward messages to teachers through by email or in note form. 

Telephone messages to children during the school day should only be requested on an emergency basis. 

It is important to ensure all transport arrangements and play dates are organised in advance. 

School staff members are unable to relay messages to organise after-school play dates. 

Parents are encouraged to communicate with teachers about their child's progress at school or issues that may impact their child's learning.

At the beginning of the new school year, each class teacher will communicate with parents to outline their expectations and teaching program.

If you have any concerns about your child’s schooling, you are encouraged to make an appointment with the teacher.

As the parent/guardian you have a vital role in the education of your child. We believe that, with the contribution of your skills and experiences, together we can form a vibrant and productive partnership that benefits your child.    

Parent-Teacher Meetings

If you need an interpreter, ask us to call the interpreter service. This service is free.  


Parents and visitors are requested to book appointments with staff in advance.

Bookings should be made by emailing the teacher directly to make suitable arrangements for an interview.

Please be aware of session times, particularly at the start of the school day if you are having incidental discussions, as it may be a difficult time to hold a meaningful discussion with teachers.