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Welcome to Kingswood Primary School
My name is Helen Evans, I am very proud to have been elected school council president for 2018.
Most Kingswood students and families would know me from school productions, where I have fun working with the students to create their costumes. I am also a parent of 2 boys, one a current Kingswood student, another a recent Kingswood graduate who is now at high school.
Kingswood students are amazing! Every time I visit Kingswood I am always surrounded by happy smiling faces. The students are always engaged in what they are doing and love to demonstrate what they have learned and have achieved.
At Kingswood Primary School there is genuine parent engagement and involvement in your child’s learning journey and we encourage the entire Kingswood Primary School community to get involved with the school. Research has proven that parent involvement at your child’s school leads to all children doing better. Dr Joyce Epstein is a leading education expert at Johns Hopkins University. Her work recognises that students learn more and succeed at higher levels when home, school and community work together and play collaborative, complementary and supportive roles to support learning and development.
One way parents can become engaged with their child’s learning journey is to join school council or become involved in a council sub-committee. The School Council and sub-committees aim to help improve student learning outcomes, foster our dedicated teaching staff, lead school community conversations about key issues and challenges in education and promote meaningful parent and community participation at the school.
The school council & sub-committees consist of a diverse mix of parents, teachers and external business advisors who support and promote the school values and vision. They help to ensure we deliver the best outcomes possible for Kingswood Primary School whilst ensuring a united approach to continual school improvement.
School council welcomes feedback and suggestions from the wider school community as well as new sub-committee members. Please contact the School by telephone on 9551 1727, writing to the School Council by letter or emailing me directly firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you.