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Principal’s Comment 23rd November 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

It has been a busy and entertaining week with student leadership and involvement to the fore.

McDonalds McHappy Day

This involvement and commitment was very evident with our Year 10 students who organised the McHappy Day activities and participated in two, raising $350 from their car wash and face painting.

How to talk to your child about bullying

Being bullied is an unnecessary and anxiety-provoking experience. Bullying causes harm not only to the person being bullied, but also has the potential to harm the bully, families and any witnesses as well. Although a prominent matter, research tells us that children actually have a very limited repertoire of strategies to deal with bullies.

6 ways to prepare your child for high school

6 ways to prepare your child for high school

Starting high school is an exciting time in any child’s life, but it’s a big step up from primary school. It is normal for your child to experience anxiety and nerves throughout this transition. As parents, your involvement and support during this period of change is important, as research tells us that family support and parental engagement are linked to academic success.

Principal’s Comment 9th November 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

The end of another week, with the term rattling along all too quickly towards its finale. Our Year 12 ATAR candidates had their finale today, with the last ATAR exam for them being completed this morning. We look forward to some good results when they are announced on the 17th December.

Principal’s Comment 2nd November 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

The end of another week and our ATAR candidates are almost half-way through their exams; Years 10 and 11 start their diet next week, with Year 11s on study leave, unless in School for exams (in uniform of course).

Commendations

Hopefully they will be expending the levels of effort shown by the following students who gained commendations recently.

10 Years: Recognising our history to secure future success!

10 Years: Recognising our history to secure future success!

On Monday 4 February 2008, Esperance Anglican Community School officially opened it’s doors to the community of Esperance. Starting with a class of only nine students, EACS has grown from humble beginnings and is now a respected education provider to Esperance and the surrounding regions.

Principal’s Comment 26th October 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

The Esperance Show got in the way of the customary ‘Comment’ last week but I hope that the gap has been filled, at least in part, by the daily ‘EACS Brekkie Bytes’. There is, however, still much to comment upon, providing something of a smorgasbord of information to provide further nourishment.