From the Principal

A huge THANK YOU


Community spirit was fantastic at the State election BBQ and cake stall.  Many parents, students and teachers gave up their time and contributed to manning the BBQ to the cake stall. On behalf of the school I would like to thank our P&C Fundraising committee and Student Representative Council. With strong leadership all these teams worked together to produce a very community spirited day as well as fundraising to support the school in resources in which all our students value. Thank you. Please check that you have booked an parent/teacher/student interview as the website closes at the end of next week. Please...

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SRC Election Cake Stall


The whole school community came together to support each other on the fundraising event Saturday 23rd March, Election Day. The SRC led by Mrs Kennedy, Mr Prenzel and Mrs Hewitt worked hard at preparing for the cake stall, organising cakes in the morning and serving at the stall for most of Saturday. An additional thank you to the P & C for the boxes and Kim M for collecting and delivering them to the school. The entire community supported the SRC cake stall by cooking, decorating and delivering delicious cupcakes, brownies and assorted cakes and slices. Furthermore, the P...

World Down Syndrome Day


Steps on gravel Rainbow glares All coloured socks All different pairs The different shaped eyes The flatter nose They just want to be accepted and loved A gap between two of their toes Love is all they seek for Is that too much to ask? Is that too much of a challenge for you It’s not that hard of a task Let today be like any other day You don’t have to be scared They are the happiest people in the whole wide world They don’t like to be stared They get ignored, rejected, bullied Because of their looks and DNA They have the kindest, most caring hearts in the world The Lucky Few, they deserve a say -Niki...

SRC Initiative-World Down Syndrome Day


March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, which has been officially recognised by the United Nations since 2012. On this day, people all around the world celebrate the lives and achievements of people with Down Syndrome, creating a global voice, advocating for the rights, inclusion and wellbeing of people with Down Syndrome. At Oatley Public School, we celebrated this day by wearing different happy socks to illustrate that we are all different and should be inclusive and respectful of each other. A big thank you to all the SRC students, the organising teachers and the school community for bringing in...

Swimming Success


Yesterday a team of 14 students from Oatley represented the Georges River PSSA at the Sydney East Regional Swimming Carnival. Individual results will be confirmed shortly, however, the exciting news from the carnival is that our Junior Girls Relay Team consisting of Iris, Mia, Mya and Alegra, came 2nd and will now swim at the NSW state carnival. And...... they got to meet Ian Thorpe. What an exciting day. Congratulations to all our swimmers.  

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