Our school Breakfast Club runs from 8:15am to 8:40am every school day out of the BER building on the Manuka Street side of the school.
All students are welcome to come along for a tasty, nutritious, and FREE breakfast.
The regular menu includes:
We also occasionally have scrambled eggs and pancakes, plus, at Easter, hot cross buns!
No booking required, we would love to see you there.
This term we are fortunate to have another great program running at the school.
Learning Club is being run by the Smith Family and Federation University every Wednesday afternoon from 3:15pm to 4:15pm.
Students participate in activities to best support their learning, completing numeracy and literacy tasks.
To assist students with additional needs, Churchill North Primary offers integration support in the following areas:
We also offer a range of dedicated language programs, including:
The Churchill North Primary School Playgroup runs from 9am to 11am on Wednesdays and Fridays during school terms. It is based in the Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) building on the Grevillea Street side of the school.
At Playgroup, children can have fun inside and outside in a securely fenced area. It gives them a chance to make new friends, develop new skills, and interact with other adults. Sessions are structured, which allows the children to learn simple rules and routines.
All families are welcome. Please bring a gold coin donation, a healthy snack and a drink.
Our school has a full-time welfare officer dedicated to supporting students and families. Our current welfare officer is Maryanne Lugton.
Ms Lugton works with families whose children have attendance concerns, those whose children are at risk academically or socially, and those who may need assistance from external agencies.
Ms Lugton also monitors student behaviour in the school playground, including any reports of bullying, and provides Lucky Lunchtime Awards for those displaying great behaviour in the yard.
The welfare of our students is a top priority for our school, and we are proud to have Ms Lugton on hand to give families and students the supports they need to succeed.