Week 1, Term 3, 2022
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
If the relaxed and happy faces across our school yesterday and today are anything to go by, our students certainly enjoyed the beautiful winter weather and made the most of the mid-year holidays even with a few days of rainy weather. We are looking forward to an exciting semester, with activities like assemblies, Catholic Education Week celebrations, Prep 2023 transition mornings, Book Week, excursions, sport and culture programs. I know this will be welcome news for all.
The cyclical review process for staff is an important aspect of our School’s commitment to continual improvement. As part of the cyclical review process, I thank parents and staff who have provided feedback, via a survey, on the performance over the past five years of Mrs Judy Smith in her role as Assistant to the Principal – Religious Education. On Monday, July 18th panel members consisting of myself, Ms Angela Travers (Manager of Mission and Identity), Kathleen Doherty (APRE – Mater Dei Primary School) will interview staff and then provide feedback on Judy’s commitment to leading our faith community. I would like to thank you for taking the time to provide this important feedback which assists in growing Judy’s leadership.
With end of Semester One report cards sent via the parent portal in the last week of Term 2, I wish to share with parents and students, the importance of the upcoming teaching and learning that is ahead for Semester Two. In supporting our learners it is necessary to take on the feedback provided to parents and students via the reporting process for future guidance for improvement in learning.
This effort on the part of teachers to provide pointers and guidance about improvement matters for little if we don't also provide students with the skills and mindset needed to respond to this feedback in positive and productive ways.
Dylan Wiliam is a leading educationalist and researcher into the science of how students learn and some of his most noted work is in the area of teacher feedback to students. His research indicates that in schools, feedback tends to fall into two categories: ego-involving and task-involving.
According to Wiliam, feedback that focuses on praise or a student's position in the class (e.g. 'you produced some of the best work in the class') is ego-involving and the research clearly shows that this has almost no impact on learning improvement and in many cases it leads to negative outcomes in the long run. In contrast, task-focused feedback where students are advised what they need to improve and how they can improve it, shows a significant effect when it comes to learning and academic outcomes.
Teachers, in their comments to students on class work and assessment, aim to provide feedback that causes them to think. So for students (and parents!) the challenge when receiving feedback, is to do this thinking rather than react emotionally or disengage.
Wiliam's analysis of the research in this area shows that when students receive feedback, they make a choice about whether to protect their ego through an emotional response or whether to engage in activities and tasks that respond to the feedback advice provided. If a student's first reaction is to protect themselves, then they remain focused on activities and practices that are about their sense of self rather than focusing on learning.
As you can imagine, responses that focus on emotion and self-protection are ultimately counterproductive because they don't lead to improved learning or performance and produce more disappointment and emotion then when the next task and feedback is returned. This is the sort of thinking that leads to disengagement, demotivation and a stagnation or slide in academic performance.
Teachers give feedback to students that shows them performance and ability are incremental and not fixed, and that by adopting a task-focused response to feedback they have some agency in their own improvement. Our understanding of the interrelatedness of wellbeing and academic improvement supports the position that in the long run, a healthier sense of self-worth in students is gained by task-focused responses to feedback where the student can see how strategies they apply can make a positive difference to their learning and performance.
What can parents do to help students regulate emotional responses in favour of thinking?
What conversations about results and feedback will help to foster motivation for improvement?
The following might be helpful discussion points for parents to draw on when speaking about student learning and progress for Semester 1 and into Semester 2.
- Look for areas of improvement in student results and ask your child what they used do and what they now do that has made a difference.
- Discuss your child’s attitude to different subjects and how this might affect their effort or performance.
- Look at teacher feedback comments and suggestions for improvement. What sort of support does the student need to take on this advice? If more information is needed, rehearse with your child how they might go about asking clarifying questions of the teacher.
- Work with your child to identify one small goal and learning strategy that they can work on for each of their learning areas this term. Avoid focusing on getting a particular grade and instead focus on an aspect of learning that can be improved. If the learning strategies improve then the results will take care of themselves.
- Talk with your child about their learning this term. Improved learning and outcomes usually comes from the effort put into classwork and homework in the first half of a unit when new knowledge and skills are addressed in lessons rather than at the end with the assessment response itself. What can students be doing to be better historians, mathematicians, writers or readers before they get to preparing the assessment response?
The research data is quite clear that having the right mindset when it comes to feedback will ultimately influence the way a student engages in the learning process to improve performance. Parents play a crucial role in supporting the development of positive mindset in their children - one that focuses on thinking, learning and growth.
God bless everyone and thanks for reading.
Disappointing to return to school and find that cars have run into the Mercy Centre's eastern wall and there is considerable damage. This is not a pickup or drop off zone for TCKC parents or staff. This is and has always been an allocated staff carpark. All students are to be dropped off and collected on Lawrence or Perth St only.
If you know how this damage occurred, I ask that you please come forward and speak with me as soon as possible.
Please drive carefully around our school.
Welcome back to Term 3 everyone!
Chair: Mrs Hayley Hubbard
Secretary: Mrs Rachel Harlen
Ex-officio: Madonna Sleba (Principal) and Fr Michael O’Brien (Parish Administrator)
Service Interest Team Coordinator: Shauna Green
Learning Interest Team Coordinator: Kim Benvenuti and Kirsty Fitzpatrick
Community Interest Team Coordinator: Renee Kilpatrick and Katie Boyd-Pratt
Diocesan Representatives on the Catholic Schools Parents Queensland: Renee Kilpatrick
On Tuesday night our new committee met to organise the operational proceudres for our new parent engagement network. There was a great deal of enthusiasm and new ideas to help promote parent engagment in supporting our children's learning here at St Saviour's Primary School.
Our goal is to work in partnership with the school engaging parents to provide and support the best possible outcomes for all children at SSPS through service, community and learning events.
Our events for this term are:
PEN General Meeting – will occur Week 4 of every term; Tuesday 2nd August 5:30p.m. – 6:30p.m. All are welcome to attend.
Father’s Day event – Wednesday 31st August 5 – 7p.m.; helpers needed please contact:
Renae (0417797854) OR Katie (0434059115)
Pizza Treat Day – Thursday 8th September
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
- A Liturgy of the Word with Fr Michael and the whole school from 2.15pm on Monday 25 July in the Mercy Centre. There will not be a normal assembly in Week 3. Parents welcome to attend.
- The launch of Catholic Education Week in QLD which is happening at St Patrick's Cathedral on Tuesday 26 July at 10am. Some Year 6 Students will be attending with Ms Sleba and Mrs Smith.
- On Thursday 28 July, our Year 5 & 6 students will be participating in the Catholic Netball and Touch Carnivals.
- Thursday night is the Toowoomba Catholic Schools Excellence Awards. See below.
- Friday 19 July is a pupil free day, where staff will be attending the Bishop's Inservice Day at St Saviour's College. On this day, all staff from Toowoomba's Catholic Schools gather for professional development and faith formation.
Toowoomba Catholic Schools Excellence Awards
This year three staff members from St Saviour's Primary were nominated:
1. Mrs Ann-Maree Ward was nominated for Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Primary Expert Teacher and also for the Spirit of Catholic Education Award. Ann-Maree will be recognised at the school liturgy on Monday 25 July, during Catholic Education Week.
2. Mrs Annette Murdoch was nominated for Excellence in Education Support: Teaching and Learning Support and also for the Spirit of Catholic Education Award. Annette will also be recognised at the school liturgy.
3. Ms Madonna Sleba was nominated in the category of Excellence in Leadership: School Leadership. Madonna has subsequently been announced as a finalist in this category along with four other leaders in the Toowoomba Diocese. Madonna will be recognised at the school liturgy, but will also attend the Toowoomba Catholic Schools Excellence Awards on Thursday night of Catholic Education Week.
Congratulations to these three fantastic educators for being nominated and good luck to Ms Sleba as a finalist.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Ignite Learning Project
Late last term we did a review of the dispositions as a staff. We made 3 significant changes that we will be rolling out this term with our students.
Our list of Learner Qualities is now:
Be a Thinker
Be a Communicator
- New Name: Learning Qualities.
Our previous name was dispositions. The reason for the change is we felt dispositions was a hard word for students to understand and relate to. The word ‘qualities’ will be more child friendly. If we asked a prep student to describe the qualities of a good friend, we think they would be able to do so. Learner Qualities is really just about describing what makes a good learner?
- New Learner Quality: Be a Thinker
We reflected on our current Learner Qualities and noticed a significant gap. None of them capture the importance of reflecting on learning and thinking about our thinking. Overwhelming evidence suggests that if children can explain their thinking and reflect on learning, they will have much greater success.
- New posters: our final change in our project is to give students and teachers more strategies to use the learner qualities in their learning. For example, some strategies to help children to ‘Be Curious’ are below:
- I pose questions and seek answers
- I have a questioning attitude
- I can figure out what is missing and create strategies to answer problems
- I experiment and tinker
- I can use wonder to form an opinion
Reading Information Sessions
Please find a link to the Parent information sessions on Reading for Year 1. Unfortunately we had some technical difficulties and the recording of the Prep session was unsuccesful. We will be in touch with a summary of the presentation and apologise for the inconvenience.
Where: 5H classroom
When: Thursday 8.00 – 8.30am
Who: Grades 4-6
What: This term the focus will be on Design Technology. More details to come shortly!
Integrated STEM Grade 3-6
Please see the poster below with all the details!
Have a wonderful week!
St Saviour’s Primary School Athletics Carnival 2022
All students had a fantastic time at the St Saviour’s Athletics carnival. Students dressed up in their house colours competing against each other gaining points for their house. I was very proud to see so much determination and sportsmanship on the day. It was a tough competition, but Goretti was the overall winner. Below are all the results from the carnival.
1st Goretti, 2nd Xavier, 3rd McAuley, 4th Coolock
1st Goretti, 2nd Xavier, 3rd McAuley, 4th Coolock
1st Goretti, 2nd Xavier, 3rd McAuley, 4th Coolock
1st Goretti, 2nd Xavier, 3rd McAuley, 4th Coolock
Age Champions and Runner Up
9-Year-Old Girls – Deborah Thomas, Emily Carrigan (Runner Up)
10-Year-Old Girls – Rose Stead, Ava Orr, Aya Doherty (Runner Up)
11-Year-Old Girls – Arianna Jeffrey, Sianna Thomas (Runner Up)
12-Year-Old Girls – Chelsea Baker, Addyson Jackson, Charlee Smith (Runner Up)
9-Year-Old Boys – William Prust, Liam McHugh (Runner Up)
10-Year-Old Boys – Joseph Black, Finnegan Hannam (Runner Up)
11-Year-Old Boys – Taylor Wann, Thomas Prust (Runner Up)
12-Year-Old Boys – Jamie Lowe, Jayce McLeod, Murdoc Thompson (Runner Up)
8-Year-Old Girls (Year 3) – 1st Madeline Franklin, 2nd Alvina Farkarlun, 3rd Scarlett Costingan
9-Year-Old Girls – 1st Maddilyn Timmins, 2nd Emily Carrigan, 3rd Deborah Thomas
10-Year-Old Girls – 1st Rose Stead, 2nd Ava Orr, 3rd Jyda Blades
11-Year-Old Girls – 1st Sianna Thomas, 2nd Madison Gale, 3rd Lucy Hardy
12-Year-Old Girls – 1st Addyson Jackson, 2nd Erin Ward, 3rd Chelsea Baker
8-Year-Old Boys (Year 3) – 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Kai Bailey, 3rd Brooklyn Metcalfe
9-Year-Old Boys – 1st William Prust, 2nd Oliver Guy, 3rd Samuel Abot
10-Year-Old Boys – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Finnegan Hannam, 3rd Olly Goodland
11-Year-Old Boys – 1st Taylor Wann, 2nd Thomas Prust, 3rd Kobie Matthews
12-Year-Old Boys – 1st Jayce McLeod, 2nd Jamie Lowe, 3rd Murdoc Thompson
8-Year-Old Girls (Year 3) – 1st Abigail Robinson, 2nd Andrea Anoop, 3rd Madeline Franklin
9-Year-Old Girls – 1st Emily Carrigan, 2nd Nyigok Gakeer, 3rd Deborah Thomas
10-Year-Old Girls – 1st Rose Stead, 2nd Ava Orr, 3rd Mahaylie Weribone
11-Year-Old Girls – 1st Sophia Hooper, 2nd Sophia Bumatay, 3rd Ariana Jeffrey
12-Year-Old Girls – 1st Charlee Smith, 2nd Addyson Jackson, 3rd Chelsea Baker
8-Year-Old Boys (Year 3) – 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Akuok Geu, 3rd Bailey Wunsch
9-Year-Old Boys – 1st William Prust, 2nd Samuel Abot, 3rd Liam McHugh
10-Year-Old Boys – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Sam Currie, 3rd Grayson Nissen
11-Year-Old Boys – 1st Taylor Wann, 2nd Kobie Matthews, 3rd Thomas Prust
12-Year-Old Boys – 1st Jayce McLeod, 2nd Jamie Lowe, 3rd Kayden Marino
8-Year-Old Girls (Year 3) – 1st Madeline Franklin, 2nd Kahila Kuhn, 3rd Akech Adol
9-Year-Old Girls – 1st Emily Carrigan, 2nd Alexis Allen, 3rd Deborah Thomas
10-Year-Old Girls – 1st Ava Orr, 2nd Ellie Smith, 3rd Lucinda Allan
11-Year-Old Girls – 1st Lucy Warner, 2nd Sia Luck, 3rd Sophia Bumatay
12-Year-Old Girls – 1st Azariah Hart, 2nd Charlee Smith, 3rd Chelsea Baker
8-Year-Old Boys (Year 3) – 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Sam Jones, 3rd Brooklyn Metcalfe
9-Year-Old Boys – 1st Liam McHugh, 2nd William Prust, 3rd Oliver O’Toole
10-Year-Old Boys – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Joseph Humphreys, 3rd Jimi King
11-Year-Old Boys – 1st Casey Weeden, 2nd Taylor Wann, 3rd Caleb Cavanagh
12-Year-Old Boys – 1st Jamie Lowe, 2nd Murdoc Thompson, 3rd Kayden Marino
8-Year-Old Girls (Year 3) – 1st Lillyarna Ruthenberg, 2nd Makaya Teske, 3rd Abigail Robinson
9-Year-Old Girls – 1st Emily Carrigan, 2nd Nyigok Gakeer, 3rd Alexis Allen
10-Year-Old Girls – 1st Ava Orr, 2nd Ellie Smith, 3rd Akeer Adol
11-Year-Old Girls – 1st Matilda Crothers, 2nd Sophia Hooper, 3rd Ariana Jeffrey
12-Year-Old Girls – 1st Chelsea Baker, Abigail Allan, 2nd Charlee Smith, 3rd Addyson Jackson
8-Year-Old Boys (Year 3) – 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Brooklyn Metcalfe, 3rd Sam Jones
9-Year-Old Boys – 1st Liam McHugh, 2nd William Prust, 3rd Samuel Abot
10-Year-Old Boys – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Finnegan Hannam, 3rd Jimi King
11-Year-Old Boys – 1st Peace Irakoze, 2nd Taylor Wann, 3rd Casey Weeden
12-Year-Old Boys – 1st Murdoc Thompson, 2nd Jamie Lowe, 3rd Jayce McLeod
5-Year-Old Girls (60m) – 1st Nariah Monagle, 2nd Mila Welsh, 3rd Faye Campbell
5-Year-Old Boys (60m) – 1st Aiden Carrigan, 2nd Ryan Galea, 3rd Bodhi Burima
6-Year-Old Girls (60m) – 1st Kaiya Jeffrey, 2nd Alice Prust, 3rd Ivy Land
6-Year-Old Boys (60m) – 1st Ewan Phillips, 2nd Lucus Callaghan, 3rd Elijah Hooper
7-Year-Old Girls (60m) – 1st Chelsea Ray, 2nd Arok Gakeer, 3rd Hayley Klein
7-Year-Old Boys (60m) – 1st Kenn Corpuz, 2nd Jagger Witt, 3rd Leo Barker
8-Year-Old Girls (80m) – 1st Myley Bengston, 2nd Emily Callaghan, 3rd Ruby Land
8-Year-Old Boys (80m) – 1st Jethro Butel, 2nd Lachlan Scott, 3rd Harrison Black
9-Year-Old Girls (80m) - 1st Deborah Thomas, 2nd Nyigok Gakeer, 3rd Emily Carrigan
10-Year-Old Girls (100m) – 1st Rose Stead, 2nd Ava Orr, 3rd Amelia Ellis
11-Year-Old Girls (100m) – 1st Ayan Gakeer, 2nd Sianna Thomas, 3rd Ariana Jeffrey
12-Year-Old Girls (100m) – 1st Addyson Jackson, 2nd Chelsea Baker, 3rd Lilly Kilgour-Henry
9-Year-Old Boys (80m) – 1st Samuel Abot, 2nd William Prust, 3rd Oliver Guy
10-Year-Old Boys (100m) – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Finnegan Hannam, 3rd Grayson Nissen
11-Year-Old Boys (100m) – 1st Taylor Wann, 2nd Peace Irakoze, 3rd Luca Chalvien
12-Year-Old Boys (100m) – 1st Jayce McLeod, 2nd Jamie Lowe, 3rd Murdoc Thompson
8-Year-Old Girls (200m) (Year 3) – 1st Alvina Farkarlun, 2nd Lilyanna Ruthenberg, 3rd Akech Adol
9-Year-Old Girls (200m) – 1st Deborah Thomas, 2nd Nyigok Gakeer, 3rd Charlotte Crothers
10-Year-Old Girls (200m) – 1st Rose Stead, 2nd Aya Doherty, 3rd Amelia Ellis
11-Year-Old Girls (200m) – 1st Sianna Thomas, 2nd Ariana Jeffrey, 3rd Ayen Gakeer
12-Year-Old Girls (200m) – 1st Addyson Jackson, 2nd Chelsea Baker, 3rd Erin Ward
8-Year-Old Boys (200m) (Year 3) – 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Sam Jones, 3rd Brooklyn Metcalfe
9-Year-Old Boys (200m) – 1st Samuel Abot, 2nd William Prust, 3rd Liam McHugh
10-Year-Old Boys (200m) – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Finnegan Hannam, 3rd Grayson Nissen
11-Year-Old Boys (200m) – 1st Taylor Wann, 2nd Luca Chalvien, 3rd Thomas Prust
12-Year-Old Boys (200m) – 1st Jayce McLeod, 2nd Jamie Lowe, 3rd Murdoc Thompson
8-Year-Old Girls (800m) (Year 3) – 1st Madeline Franklin, 2nd Akech Adol, 3rd Morgan Porter
9-Year-Old Girls (800m) – 1st Deborah Thomas, 2nd Nyigok Gakeer, 3rd Benite Mwamikazi
10-Year-Old Girls (800m) – 1st Rose Stead, 2nd Aya Doherty, 3rd Phoebe Neenan
11-Year-Old Girls (800m) – 1st Rhiannon Stephenson, 2nd Ariana Jeffrey, 3rd Madison Gale
12-Year-Old Girls (800m) – 1st Chelsea Baker, 2nd Erin Ward, 3rd Addyson Jackson
8-Year-Old Boys (800m) (Year 3) - 1st Darcy Phillips, 2nd Sam Jones, 3rd Akuok Geu
9-Year-Old Boys (800m) – 1st Liam McHugh, 2nd Oliver Guy, 3rd Lachlan Giuffrida
10-Year-Old Boys (800m) – 1st Joseph Black, 2nd Finnegan Hannam, 3rd Sam Currie
11-Year-Old Boys (800m) – 1st Taylor Wann, 2nd Thomas Prust, 3rd Casey Weeden
12-Year-Old Boys (800m) – 1st Jamie Lowe, 2nd Jayce McLeod, 3rd Murdoc Thompson
Congratulations to Addy Jackson who made the Toowoomba team for Rugby League. Evie Phillips and Lucy Hardy also represented the Darling Downs team for Hockey with Evie making shadow for Queensland. Mammoth effort girls and we are all cheering for you. Over the holidays Chelsea Baker and her little partner Soda achieved Interschool State Champion for show jumping. Chelsea was very consistent with her riding and placed with two thirds and rode a top round in A2 round (power and speed) taking out first place, having no eliminations or faults in any of her rounds, being the highest point scorer. Chelsea represented St Saviours very well and demonstrated excellent sportsmanship to fellow competitors, wishing them best of luck and congratulating them on their rounds. St Saviour’s Primary is extremely proud of Chelsea and her achievement.
Zone and Darling Downs Trials
All Zone and Darling Downs trials will be placed on Parent Portal. Please check Parent Portal regularly or set up notifications on your phone if you wish for your child to be eligible to trial for Zone and Darling Downs sporting teams as you will be required to obtain paperwork from myself. I am unable to nominate students after the closing date so please make sure you do keep an eye on Parent Portal. Any questions, please contact me at email@example.com.
School Photo Day:
School Photo Day is being held on Monday, August 1. School Photos this year are once again being taken by MSP Photography.
Individual student envelopes have been sent home today with your child. These envelopes have a unique Shootkey printed on them. This Shootkey allows access to ordering your photos online. If you order online, using the student's Shootkey, multiple orders may be placed for your child. Envelopes need to be returned to your child's teacher prior to Photo Day or handed directly to the Photographers on school photo day, not the office.
Cash payments:- If parents require separate envelopes, an additonal blank envelope can be requested from the school office.
Sibling Photos:- Sibling Photo envelopes are available from the office if you would like to order a Sibling Photo. Please collect an envelope prior to photo day.
Pupil Free Day:
Catholic Education Week Bishop's Inservice Day is a Pupil Free Day for all students in the Catholic Diocese. This year the Bishop's Inservice Day is being held on Friday, July 29, therefore there will be no school on this day. St Saviour's Outside School Care is providing care on this day. Please see information attached to today's Newsletter regarding bookings.
- No parking in the Prep carpark unless you have a Prep child attending Prep
- No parking on the footpaths in Perth Street or in front of driveways of residents
- No parking in the Bus Zones
- Lawrence Street parking - please be mindul of parking your car in the angle parks and reversing at drop off and pick up. No parking in the Boarding School driveway
Please remember to cross safely at the signed pedestrian crossings in Perth and Lawrence Streets. Both crossings are controlled morning and afternoon by a School Crossing Supervisor. Neil Street pedestrian crossing is not supervised.
Please refer to the Calendar on the Parent Portal which provides up to date information on term dates, special events, and pupil free days, which are useful when trying to organise and plan ahead.
All absentees need to be reported to the school office no later than 9.00 am each day. This can be done via the Portal, over the phone or email to the office. If you email your child's teacher to report an absentee, please also advise the office, as often classroom teachers do not get to check emails until their break times.
Term 3 School Fees will be emailed home in Week 2. This is the last fee run for the 2022 school year.
Year 5 and 6 Camp Bills will also be generated and emailed this week.
Skooldayz Uniform Shop:
Uniform Shop hours for Term 3 remain the same.
Monday afternoon: 2.30pm -4.00pm
Friday afternoon: 2.30pm - 4.00pm
Please contact Dan Eagleson 0481 318 398.
Congratulations to all our students who participated in the 2022 St Saviour's Primary School Drama Festival.
Well done to all our finalists who were amazing. Thank you to Mrs McVeigh, Mrs Whip and our guest judge Mrs Sandra Neal, for all your hard work in preparing the children for their performances.
Scholastic Bookclub catalogues have been sent home this week to children. The due date for orders is Friday 29th July. Please note that no cash can be accepted for orders. Online ordering only.
The current catalogue does contain a special offer of any purchases over $30.00, you will receive a free book.
Please click on the following link which has information and special offers relating to Bookclub.
St Saviour’s College, Toowoomba is a Secondary Catholic Day and Boarding School for girls. The College is holding a 2023 Scholarships afternoon on Wednesday 20 July, 2022 from 3.30pm – 4.30pm and students in Year 6 are welcome to register.
Please click on link below to register.
Welcome back to another Term of Tuckshop.
Unfortunately Flexischools have contated us to advise that if you had previously placed a recurring order for your child's Tuckshop, you will need to go in to check your account to see if payment has gone through. If not, you will need to reorder. Apologies to families who have placed recurring orders, it unfortunately is a glitch in the system that Flexischools have only recently come across.
State of Origin:
Thank you to everyone who supported the State of Origin treats in the Tuckshop. We look forward to many more special treat days this Term.
Just a reminder that 9.30am is the cut off time for ordering Tuckshop. Please be mindful of ordering late, as often it is difficult to prepare late orders.
The Tuckshop is always looking for volunteers. If you would like to donate some time to working in the Tuckshop, pop in and see us!! Even if you can give an hour or two of your time, it would be greatly appreciated.