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The Centralian advocate Tue 24 Jan 2012

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 24 Jan 2012

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2012-01-24

Notes

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 65 no. 69

File type

application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00808

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/237904

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/636193

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26 Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, January 24, 2012 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 2 4 -J A N -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 2 6 C O L O R : C M Y K Gillen School has vacancies in all year levels. Our front offi ce is now open for enrolments, uniform purchases and payment of family contributions. The Governments $75 Back to School voucher can be Used for uniform purchases. Gillen Primary School wishes to advise that students Return to school on Tuesday 31st January 2012 3 1 3 0 0 5 /1 2 Alice Springs School of the Air community Welcomes our new and returning families to the 2012 school year. Enrolment enquiries may be directed to the principal Belinda Pearson on Email: Belinda.pearson@ntschools.net Phone: 08 8951 6800 Our school offi ce hours are 8am to 4.30pm Monday Friday School commences on the 31st January www.assoa.nt.edu.au 2 1 3 0 0 2 /1 2 3 7 3 0 0 2 /1 2 BACK TO SCHOOL A Centralian Advocate Advertising Feature Children throughout the Northern Territory will return to school from 31 January. To help keep children safe please: Slow down and stay within the speed limit. Stop for all pedestrians when Children Crossing fl ags are up. Park safely when dropping off or picking up children from school. Schools in Motorists are urged to take care around school zones. 3 5 3 0 0 5 /1 2 Sadadeen Primary School, Nathalie Gorey and Ida Standley Preschool students return to school on Tuesday 31st January 2012 (as advised to relevant families, staggered start dates may apply for preschoolers). The Primary School Front Offi ce will be open from Monday 23rd January for 2012 enrolments, family contributions and uniform purchases. (EFTPOS facilities available) The Governments $75 Back to School payments can also be utilised with uniform purchases for each student. For further information please contact the school on 8952 6044. For information regarding Ida Standley Preschool please contact 8952 1040 or 8953 6044. 1 9 3 0 0 2 /1 2 Every child every day IMPROVING student enrolment, attendance and participation is everybodys responsibility and everyones business. At Alice Springs School of the Air classroom teachers work with mums and dads, h o m e t u t o r s a n d governesses to make sure every child has the best opportunity to learn. ASSOAs teams of teachers use cuttingedge technology to deliver innovative and challenging programs. Teachers, families and tutors also learn together online about strategies to ensure Australias most remote classrooms are exciting and stimulating learning environments. Lifelong learning has special meaning at ASSOA, where there are generations of families who belong to an extended school community. Alice Springs School of the Air is one of two such schools in the NT provided by the Department of Education and Training (DET). It traditionally offers a wide range of educational services and activities to isolated primary school children in the Territory, north SA and the southeast WA. Further assistance can be sought by phoning 8951 6800, emailing assoa@assoa.nt.edu.au or checking out their w e b s i t e www.assoa.nt.edu.au School of the Air is at 80 Head Street. Forging community values The gates are open to education with a strong Christian ethos at Living Waters Lutheran School emPicture: MOVING PICTURES THE strong Christian ethos atLiving Waters Lutheran School fosters community values through regular worship. Events and a contemporary curriculum explore religion and spirituality, values and social justice and encourages and enables children to understand, enjoy and respond to the world around them. The school is dedicated to student wellbeing through the commitment of all teachers and support staff to provide a quality primary education to all students. An encouraging and focused learning environment with proven results above the national average is provided at Living Waters Lutheran School. It provides individual programs for high achievers and supports children with special learning needs. Staff members are committed to ensuring that the potential of each student is challenged and developed through rigorous and authentic learning experiences, both at school and within the community, through excursions and camps. Comprehensive programs of music, drama and multi-media and an extensive, well-rounded physical education program provide numerous opportunities for all students. Interactive whiteboards and computers are in every classroom along with a dedicated computer lab and ICT specialist teacher. There is also a new library and teacher librarian. Limited vacancies still exist in some classes. Contact the school on 8955 0700 for further information. Keep roads safe CHILDREN are about to return to school throughout the NT. Motorists are urged to take care in and around school zones and obey the 40km/h speed limit restrictions on school days. Children are often difficult to see behind cars, on street corners and along footpaths. Drivers should expect the unexpected as children can be eas ily excited and might forget to check for traffic. It is also a time to remind children of good road safety habits. Using childrens crossings is the safest way to cross the road and planning safe travel routes to and from school will help keep children safe. When riding to school, children must always wear a helmet. Teach your children to get off their bikes and walk across crossings. This is a legal requirement and gives them time to stop, look for traffic and think before crossing the road. We all need to play our part to reduce the risks so children stay safe on our roads. Road safety is everyones responsibility. Check your speed and slow down.


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