School to hold kindergarten student interviews
Umina Beach Public School will hold "kindergarten student interviews" as part of the enrolment process for next year's kindergarten classes.
"These interviews are a 10-minute meeting between the student, parents/carers and a member of staff in relation to your child beginning school," said assistant school principal Ms Liza Moulton.
"The aim of the meeting is for us to get to know your child a little better before starting the Early Birds Orientation program."
She said staff would be interested in personal interests and hobbies, motivations, friendship networks, socialisation skills, medical needs, learning needs and preschool experience.
"Once you have enrolled and provided all documents to the front office, go to the www.schoolinterviews.com.au website to make an appointment."
The school would provide a code to be used on the website.
"Please come to the front office five minutes before your time slot and check in with the front office staff.
"We are really looking forward to meeting and getting to know our new Kindergarten students."
Ms Moulton said: "Our Early Birds Orientation Program begins on Wednesday, October 14, (Week 1, Term 4) and continues for the following three Wednesdays.
"There will be a morning group from 9:30am to 11am and an afternoon group from 12:30pm to 2pm."
More information including group allocation would be posted to families in September.
Newsletter, 30 Jun 2020
Liza Moulton, Umina Beach Public School