STARTING SCHOOL AT ST ROSE

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Students are able to start school as long as they turn 5 by 31st July that year. There are considerations that parents should think about:

 

Music Program

Chess

Lunch Clubs - we have a variety of clubs students can participate in each lunchtime, if they are wanting a break from the playground and are interested in something else. These are all run by teachers.

We also provide a termly program to all students;

There is also Martial Arts and Dance offered to students after school (user pays)

We have Pastoral Care & Student Wellbeing Guidelines, which also include Behaviour Management Support and Anti Bullying Guidelines.  

These guidelines promote a positive behaviour for learning approach that supports our underpinning principle of Respect for others, self and the environment.

Students take responsibility for their behaviour and are skilled with the language and actions to engage in developing and maintaining positive relationships in their learning environment.

They are reminded of appropriate behaviour and there is a process to address inappropriate and unsafe behaviour.

Our goal at St Rose is to ensure all students are safe and happy.

We also encourage students to never leave school without informing a staff member if something has happened as this allows for a timely response. We also  encourage them to speak to their parents if they haven’t done so with a staff member.  

Yes, this is only for St Rose students and the staff are long-standing and familiar with the ethos of the school.

Before School Care is 7am to 8.15am when students may join other students coming in to school

After School Care is 3.05pm to 6pm.

No student will ever be denied a Catholic education

Fee relief under normal circumstances is on a case by case basis and parents are encouraged to talk to the principal to support them with a process of application to Catholic Schools Broken Bay.

The school welcomes parent engagement in activities;

Normally the process of enrolment at St Rose includes;

Parents are also invited to come to the Cafe and Playtime held on site each Monday morning from 9am. This is where the children can play and parents can have a coffee and get to know other families in the school.