Talking with My School

As a parent or carer you play a vital role in your child’s learning. Building a positive relationship between home and school plays an important part in the education of your child. Effective communication is the key to the success of this relationship.

Cassia Primary School is committed to responding promptly to your enquiries, concerns, suggestions and compliments.

Our school also provides information about support services for children with a disability, children with learning difficulties, and its policies and procedures.

Before contacting us with an enquiry or concern you may want to: 

  • Talk with family and friends to clarify your enquiry or concern
  • Write it down
  • Make a list of relevant information specific to your enquiry.

The next step is to make an appointment with the most appropriate person at your school.  Alternatively you can write to the school.  

Enquiries and concerns received in writing are responded to in writing.

Who Do I Contact?

School OfficersApplications for enrolments
Making appointments with administrative staff
General enquiries
School payments
AIEO’sSupport for attendance, cultural awareness and other  issues
Assistance with  uniforms and lunches
Classroom TeachersAcademic progress
General behaviour
Homework
Assessment
Attendance
Social or emotional wellbeing
Deputy PrincipalsVanessa Wainwright: K/P, Attendance and Intervention Services
Debra Edwards: Year 1/2 and Student Services
Martin Ross: Year 3/4 and Behaviour Management Services
Kylie Sgherza: Year 5/6 and Curriculum Services
PrincipalIf you are unable to resolve your previous enquiry or concern
If your enquiry or concern is about the conduct of a teacher or another member of the school staff
If your enquiry/concern is about another aspect of school life that is impacting on your child’s education