What's Happening at Chapman Primary School
Donation of Books to Papua New Guinea from Chapman Primary School
Posted on 08 Feb 2018
Last year Chapman Primary School donated children's books to Papua New Guinea. This donation will assist with the establishment of children's libraries in vulnerable communities and provide an opportunity for the children to become literate through and Early Childhood Literacy and After-school Literacy Support program.
Chapman Primary School Fete
Posted on 23 Oct 2017
Chapman Primary's Communication Framework
Posted on 16 Oct 2017
Chapman Primary School's Communication Framework has recently been updated and ratified by the School Board. Follow this link to access the full policy: Chapman Primary Communication Framework.
Chapman Primary Phone Lines Down
Posted on 09 Oct 2017
This term Chapman Primary School has a new electronic sign on Perry Drive. Unfortunately in process of connecting the new sign the phone lines have been cut to both the Primary School and Preschool.
Please email the school office to contact us, we will be monitoring emails regularly: email@example.com
We are in the process of establishing phone lines and will be connected as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience.
Year 5/6 'Annie' Performance
Posted on 15 Sep 2017
Please join us for the Year 5/6 performance of 'Annie'
To purchase a ticket please follow this link.
CHAPMAN PRIMARY SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR 2017
Posted on 20 Jul 2017
You're invited to our Scholastic Book Fair!
Where: School Library
When: Week 3 - Tuesday to Friday, Before and After School
Tuesday 1 August
8.15am - 8.45am & 3.10pm - 5.00pm
Wednesday 2 August
8.15am - 8.45am & 3.10pm - 6.00pm
Thursday 3 August
8.15am - 8.45am & 3.10pm - 6.00pm
Friday 4 August
8.15am - 8.45am & 3.10pm - 4.00pm
Please RSVP to An Evening with Hazel Edwards by completing the RSVP slip and returning to the front office.
The Future of Education
Posted on 29 Jun 2017
The ACT Government is committed to providing the best possible education for every child and young person, regardless of their background or circumstances. You are invited to have an active role in the consultation regarding what we want and need education in the ACT to be and do. This conversation will draw together the current education reforms under one action plan that acknowledge enhanced equity as a constant focus.
Improving an education system is a never-ending process, and is informed by listening to everyone with an interest in making a good system even better. The Future of Education community conversations will bring together the diversity of views into a reference point for future planning.
This is a once in a decade opportunity to have a really close look at where we want to be, and what we need to do to get there – this will be a forward-looking discussion that will draw on a diversity of views to shape the future direction.
The sorts of overarching questions that come to mind are, ‘What do we want from our schools and how do we achieve that?’
The opportunity before us is to commit to the development of an ACT-wide future blueprint for education. The time is right for us to be engaging in reflection and blue sky thinking.
The ACT is well-known as a high performing jurisdiction however; we know that to continue in this way, we need to keep adapting to changing circumstances so that we can respond to the needs of all children in reaching their full learning potential, throughout all stages of their development.
This isn’t just about the big things that are or are not working. It’s about small changes that improve the service experience. There is value in seeking out advice from the community on what small changes we could make that could improve service delivery, hearing about the little things and the big things is important.
We need to be an engaging, innovative and collaborative education system that enables the best possible outcomes for children and young people learning in the ACT. The opportunity before us is to commit to the development of an ACT-wide future blueprint for Education that will guide our next steps towards being an even better school system with even stronger outcomes for students.
Please follow this link for more information: The Future of Education
Share your views:
Project Team Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Team Phone: 02 6205 4124
Your Say: yoursay.act.gov.au/futureofeducation
Social media #EducationforthenextGeneration
Future of Education
GPO Box 158
Posted on 05 Apr 2017
Initial Enrolment Consideration period opens 9am on Wednesday 26 April 2017 and closes on 9am Monday 29 May 2017.
Chapman Primary School will be holding tours of the school. Please phone the school on 6205 7300 to book into a session time:
- Tuesday 4 April @ 8.30am
- Friday 19 May @ 9.00am
- Friday 18 August @ 9.00am or 2.00pm
- Thursday 21 Sepember @ 2.00pm
- Thursday 26 October @ 2.00pm
Chapman Primary School is located in the suburb of Chapman in Weston Creek. It services the priority enrolment area (PEA) of Chapman and shares the priority enrolment area of Rivett and Stirling with Duffy and Arawang Primary Schools. Please follow this link for more information: 2018 Enrolment Information.
2017 Chapman Primary School Board Elections
Posted on 03 Feb 2017
Chapman Primary School 2017 School Board Elections
We want YOU for the Chapman Primary School board!
If you’re keen to contribute to the governance of CPS, you should nominate for a position on the CPS board. No prior experience is necessary.
The school board is responsible for the school’s strategic direction and is a formal mechanism for parents, carers, and staff to take part in school decisions. You must be a member of the Chapman Primary P&C to take a role on the CPS Board but no specific experience is required.
The following positions are vacant:
• 1 staff member position;
• 2 parents and citizens member positions
Appointments on the School Board are for a 2 year period commencing 1 April 2017 with Board meetings held once a month at the school.
You can pick up a nomination form from the CPS front office during normal business hours (9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday), or request one to be emailed to you by emailing Julie Robson, Assistant Returning Officer on email@example.com or by calling 6205 7300.
Nominations must be submitted to the front office between 11am, Monday 6 February 2017 and 11am, Monday 20 February 2017. You can submit your nomination by hand delivery, mail or fax to the CPS front office addressed to Julie Robson, ARO, CPS Front Office or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact the Assistant Returning Officer, Julie Robson on 02 6205 7300 or via email as above.