Teaching our children how to create wellbeing is essential in helping them develop into successful adults.
At Quintilian, we are always looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint, and recently becoming a ClimateClever School is one such approach.
We missed our families being able to attend assemblies this term, but the ‘Q’ children created some amazing digital memories.
Cyber security is a concern for many parents. Watch this digital presentation by Telethon Kids Institute to find out more about the BEACON App.
Friday Assemblies are such a big part of each Quintilian Term. Unfortunately, due to the recent restrictions, our Term 1 assemblies have been in a digital form.
We have a buddy system where older children work with younger classes to develop their skills and understanding of others in the school.
Our Sheddies have been on a path of self-discovery in the early weeks of Term 1 as they delve into the topic of ‘Being Me’.
From Thursday, all children in Years 3-6 are required to wear a mask in all public indoor settings including school, with usual exemptions to apply.
Once again, we have teamed up with David Castelanelli, 2018 WA Youth Ambassador, who is presenting his CUBS program to our Year 5 students.
The Premier yesterday announced that high caseload protocols for schools and childcare settings will be introduced from today, Tuesday 8 February 2022.
The Sheddies had a wonderful first week and worked on making new friends. The values of teamwork and friendship last forever, and Quintilian engages a range of friendship and wellbeing programs within our curriculum.
We have started another school year with Coronavirus as the hot topic. We are confident we will work through these challenges successfully. Guidelines for the start of the school year and resources for parents.
Quintilian School has won a Coles voucher for our wonderful garden and participating in the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation.
Our Year 4 students took a train into the city last week to visit The Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Drama helps children’s speech, movement and confidence and provides the opportunity to learn and use a diverse range of skills.