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Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver Bank Account - every Thursday 8:30am-8:50am in the undercover area:

Winthrop Primary School P&C offers the Commonwealth Bank School Banking program to all students. The School Banking program provides children with an opportunity to make deposits into their personal Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account at school each week. The program is about how often your child makes deposits, not how much they deposit.

School Banking day is Thursday. Each week, bring along your Dollarmite Deposit Book and money to the undercover area.

Get involved in the School Banking program:

If you are interested in opening a Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account for your child please bring along your current driver’s licence or another form of photographic identification. No identification is required for your child attending school, as the school will confirm their identity. Alternatively, you can open an account at any branch, by calling 13 22 21, or online if you are an existing Commonwealth Bank customer. You will receive a Dollarmites wallet and deposit book that your child will use to participate in the program.

To encourage regular savings behaviour the program offers an exciting Rewards Program. Every deposit earns your child a Dollarmites token, and once they’ve collected 10 tokens they can redeem them for a reward.

The school receives $5 when a student makes their first ever School Banking deposit and 5% on every deposit made through the school (to a maximum of $10 per individual deposit).

If your child has an existing Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account they can start banking straight away. They just need to bring their deposit in every week using their Dollarmites deposit wallet. If your child has misplaced their Dollarmites deposit book or deposit wallet, they can request a new one from either the local branch or contact the School Banking Co-ordinator.

Thank you for supporting our school and helping to teach your child the benefits of saving regularly.


Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. Call 13 2221 at any time. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on this advice, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. Full terms and conditions for transaction and savings accounts are available from any branch of the Commonwealth Bank and should be considered in any decision about the product. If you have a complaint in respect of this product, the Commonwealth Bank's dispute resolution process can be accessed on 13 2221.

2017 FACTION ATHLETICS CARNIVAL

 

We look forward to seeing lots of parents at the Carnival.  Parents are reminded of the following details:

  • All day parking is NOT available on Jackson Ave.
  • Please bring water, umbrellas, chairs, picnic lunches, whatever it takes to make it a comfortable day for you and your family.
  • Remember to wear a hat and plenty of sunscreen – we’re planning a perfect sunny, spring day!

Friday 15th September 2017

 

 8.50-10.00                                           Junior school : Pre Primary to Year 2           

                        Team Games/Relays/Tug of War      (9.00-10.00)

 

10.00-10.10                                          Whole school recess

                                                             Whole school Faction March

 

10.20-10.40                                          200m events

 

10.40-12.20                                          Pre Primary to Year 6 running (fun events running at the same time)

 

10.50-12:20                                         Year 4 to 6 Fun Games/Sack Relay/Flag Relay/Tug of War

 

12:25- 1:05(approx.)                            LUNCH

 

1:05-  2:45                                           Team Games and Relays

 

Please click here for the Athletics Carnival Program 

Please click here for the Throws and Jumps Program 

Scholastic Book Fair - library

Watch out for a special "Big Red Dog" who might visit to come and see us at the book fair! 

(Volunteers needed please contact - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Tuesday : After school

Wednesday : Before School, Lunch, After School

Thursday : Before School.

PJ Family Book Night : Wednesday 5pm - 7pm

  • BYO Mug for a cup of warm milo.

Book Parade : Thursday

K -2 9am

3-6 10am

Wild Theatre Troupe - Books Come Alive - lunchtime performances.

Poster Competition - Come and see the finalists for the poster competition in the library. 

P& C Bookworm Jumble Sale - 2nd Hand Books -

Congratulations - made over $1500. Thank you Andrea Edmondson for coordinating such a successful event.

$20K Giveaway

The West Austrlalian and Channel Seven are giving away $20k! Can you please collect and bring in as many coupons from your friends, neighbours and family to help Winthrop be in the chance to receive some of these funds! 

 

2017 P&C QUIZ NIGHT – 18th NOVEMBER 2017

Tables are selling well for Winthrop Primary P&C Quiz Night. If you haven’t already – please get your table of 10 together, fill in the booking form attached to this newsletter and drop it into the Quiz Night Box at the school’s front office.

It’s sure to be a fun night and a great opportunity to show some support towards our wonderful school by raising some money for the kids!! This year the quiz night is a Hawaiian theme so please decorate your table and be in the chance for a prize.

Bring plenty of money for games, auctions, raffles and drinks – No BYO drinks as we will have our own Tiki Bar selling beer, wine, champagne and soft drinks. Though please feel free to bring along a plate of nibbles and/or pre-order your pizzas on the booking form – these will be delivered to your table on the night.

CAN YOU HELP BY DONATING??

To make the Quiz Night a big success we would love to hear from any of our local community or business owners who could help with providing a donation for the night!! Any goods, products, services, vouchers would be wonderful. Please don’t underestimate the large or small contribution you may be able to make. Perhaps you might like to donate something to be raffled or silent auctioned. e.g. - gift certificate, movie tickets, restaurant or accommodation vouchers, pamper packs, wine or Bunnings vouchers.

If this is something that you could help with please contact Stacey Foster on 0403122459 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You and/or your business will receive exposure to the 200 people attending on the night, be included on our list of sponsors and also mentioned in our end of year school newsletter.

CLASSROOM HAMPERS

If you haven’t heard already each class room has been given a coloured basket and is taking kind donations for a number of lovely hampers to be made up and silent auctioned at the Quiz Night. We have some volunteers collecting these donations regularly – we would love it if you could provide a little something and pop it into the classroom basket when you get a chance – these hampers proved to be a great success at raising money at our last Quiz Night.

Each classroom has a different theme, they are:

Kindy K1 Green/Yellow – Baking Products [e.g. cake mixes/decorations, patty pans]

Kindy K2 Blue / Red – Chocolates, Lollies and Sweets

PP1 – Art & Craft [e.g. paints, stickers, tape, popsticks, coloured card etc]

PP2 – Gourmet Goods/Items [e.g. crackers, olives, antipasto, cheese knives/boards etc]

PP3 – Gourmet Goods/Items [e.g. crackers, olives, antipasto, cheese knives/boards etc]

A1 – Kitchen Products [e.g. plastic containers, plates, bowls, utensils etc]

A2 – Cooking Products/Items [e.g. pantry goods, utensils, rice, pasta, sauce etc].

B1 – Pet Dog Goodies [e.g. toys, treats etc]

B2 – Gift Vouchers/Cards [e.g. iTunes, Bunnings, Coles, Myer, Woolworths, of any value]

B3 – Pet Cat Goodies [e.g. toys, treats etc]

B4 – Stationery [e.g. pens, colouring pencils, textas, cardboard, paper etc]

C1 – Gift Vouchers/Cards [e.g. iTunes, Bunnings, Coles, Myer, Woolworths, of any value]

C2 – Toys & Games [e.g. board games, card games, lego etc]

C3 – Health Foods [e.g. dried fruit, nuts, gluten free products, cereals etc]

C4 – Toys and Games [e.g. board games, card games, lego etc]

D1 – Pampering, Cosmetics & Beauty Products [e.g. creams, lotions, make-up etc]

D2 – Laundry & Bathroom Products [handwash, towels, bodywash, soaps etc]

D3 - Art & Craft [e.g. sewing items, glue, sequins, pipe cleaners, coloured paper]

D4 – Pampering, Cosmetics & Beauty Products [e.g. oils, bath salts, eye masks etc]

E1 – Gardening Goods [e.g. gloves, tools, seeds, fertiliser, decorations etc]

E2 – BBQ Goods [e.g. cooking utensils, heat beads, condiments, apron, etc]

E3 – Christmas [e.g. decorations, wrapping paper, foods, servingware etc]

E4 – Sporting Goods [e.g. balls, bats, marking cones, sports bag, pump etc]

E6 – Beach & Holiday Products [e.g. sunscreen, zinc, towels, camping items etc] 

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