Welcome to Isabella Plains Early Childhood School
Learning and development through collaboration
To provide high quality care and education for children from birth to year 2 and their families within a collaborative and integrated service.
- All children are unique
- Children are capable and competent
- Children are at the centre of all we do
- Children learn through doing
- Productive partnerships between home and school are essential
- Staff employ best practice in Early Years Learning
- Staff are members of a collaborative team providing care and education
Call us on 6142 3777 or visit us on Ellerston Avenue in Isabella Plains
Whole School Gathering
Posted on 11 Oct 2017
ICT Expo QR code treasure hunt winner
Posted on 22 Sep 2017
Today Mel presented Bryson with a Makey Makey kit, his prize for winning the ICT Expo QR code treasure hunt, just in time for the holidays. We hope you have lots of fun with it.
Did you and your family attend the expo? Did you enjoy it? You can let us know by following this link; https://goo.gl/forms/6dxSCF48L4kes3Q52 We appreciate the feedback.
Posted on 11 Sep 2017
Royal Life Saving Society
ACT Primary Schools Swim & Survive Program
This Wednesday, the second Wednesday of the Swim and Survive program, we would like all students to experience being in the water with clothes on. This is a novelty factor for most of the students; however some of the higher levels may need to bring their clothes on more than one occasion, their instructor will advise the students when to bring them. This activity allows the children to experience what it feels like to fall in the water fully clothed and be able to safely exit the water on their own. The instructors will let the children know what they have to bring.
It is essential for the 3rd last lesson that students bring the following:
Junior Swim and Survive, Swim and Survive:
Students to bring an old pair of long pants and a long sleeved top (pyjama’s are also fine)
Swim and Survive:
Students to bring in addition to the above clothes, a jumper
Children should bring these items in a labeled plastic bag.
On arrival at the pool, the children will put these clothes on over their swimmers.
This is also a goggle free day, the reason behind this is again when a child falls in the water they don’t usually have their goggles on. Most children struggle and panic without them as they think it is a necessity when they are in the water.
If you have any questions about this activity and the relevance to the program please do not hesitate to contact us at the Royal Life Saving Office.
ACT Schools Swim and Survive Coordinator
Royal Life Saving Society - ACT Branch
Ph: 6113 1994
Mobile: 0409 070 125
Father's Day Breakfast
Posted on 29 Aug 2017
Tomorrow morning, Wed 30 Aug, starting at 8.15am.
Father's Day Stall
Posted on 24 Aug 2017