top of page

Search Results

97 items found for ""

  • Harmony Day Picnic | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Harmony Day Picnic Tuesday, March 21, 2023 21 March 2023 at 4:00:00 am Let's celebrate Harmony Day with a picnic at school. Lunch starts at 12:05pm Anchor 1 Home

  • Remembrance Day Assembly | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Remembrance Day Assembly Special assembly for Remembrance Day 10 November 2023 at 1:00:00 am We will be holding a special Remembrance Day Assembly at 9.00am on Wednesday 11th November. All parents are welcome to come along. Anchor 1 Home

  • Dental Therapy Clinics | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Dental Therapy Clinics Boulder Primary School ​ 08 9093 1275 Visit Website Back

  • ESC 5 | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    ESC 5 ( Room 20 ) Meet the Team Katie Painter Teacher Notices Booklist Click to view Home

  • Graduation Photos | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Graduation Photos Thursday, Oct 26, 2023 26 October 2023 at 1:00:00 am ​ Anchor 1 Home

  • School Board | O'Connor Education Support Centre | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Our Board O'Connor ESC School Council The O'Connor ESC School Council meets once each term and consists of: ​ Principal (Chair Person) Manager Corporate Services A Teacher An Education Assistant A Parent Representative Community Representatives Members are nominated to the Council each year. This meeting has been historically chaired by the Principal, but the parent representative signs off on the Finance Report. Members of the Council Mandy Stacey Principal Julie Bergersen Staff Representative Nola Harris Staff Representative Leah Cain Parent Representative Jill Reddick Parent Representative Lauren Vandenbosch Community Representative Sarah Fletcher Community Representative The O'Connor ESC School Council has the following duties: To accept/ratify the OESC Business Plan To accept/ratify the OESC Annual Report in Term 1 or 2 To accept /ratify the Student Contributions and Charges in early Term 4 so they can be distributed to students two months before the student returns to school in February for Term 1 To accept /ratify the school priorities for the new year in Term 4 To ratify the OESC Finance Meeting One-Line Budget decisions each term and sign off on the decisions. To be kept up to date regarding new programs, events, student enrolments in the ESC Downloads Annual Report Business Plan Code of Conduct Nomination Form O'Connor ESC Finance Committee This meeting is held at least once each term (depending on the completion of the tasks needed). ​ This meeting is composed of: Principal Manager Corporate Services (Chairperson) A Teacher An Education Assistant ​ ​ The O'Connor ESC School Finance Committee has the following duties: ​ To manage the financial decisions of the Manager Corporate Services and Principal, including the Principal signing off each month on the One-Line Budget. Viewing/discussing documents like “Operational One Line Budget Statement”, “Cash Report” and “Comparative Budget” as needed. Acceptance of School Comparative Budget each year in Term 1 Ratifying the Contributions and Charges in Term 4 before the OESC School Council meets. Authorising budget top ups at meeting Back

  • Navigating NDIS | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Navigating NDIS What is the NDIS? The NDIS provides services and support to people with disability. NDIS stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme. What does the NDIS do? The NDIS pays for support and services for people with disability. Supports and services can include: help with daily life aids and equipment help to meet your goals and do the things you want to do. We think that it’s better if people can get services and support: as early as possible in their lives when they first get a disability. This is called early intervention. It can apply to both children and adults. Not everyone with disability can get the NDIS. So the NDIS helps people with disability to find and use other services too. Who can take part in the NDIS? If someone can take part in the NDIS, we say that they are eligible. To be eligible, you must have a disability that is: permanent – it won’t go away significant – it affects the way you live your day-to-day life. You must be under 65 years old. You must live in Australia. You need to be 1 of these: a citizen a permanent resident a holder of a Protected Special Category visa. People who use the NDIS usually need support to live their day-to-day life. This support might be: help from other people, like a carer products or technology changes to their home. Some people can get help now to reduce the help they need later in life. And some people need help to: learn new skills reach their goals Are you eligible for the NDIS? You can visit our website at www.ndis.gov.au and complete the checklist to find out. If you are eligible, you can apply. We explain how to apply below. How do you apply for the NDIS? If you think you are eligible to use the NDIS, you can apply. There is a form you need to fill out. We call it an Access Request. You can get this form on our website at www.ndis.gov.au Or you can get it at an NDIS office near you. You can search for the office that is closest to you on our website . You can apply for: yourself your child someone else if you are their legal representative. What if you need help? You can ask for help to apply. A family member, friend or other support person may be able to help you. Information you need to include You need to tell us about yourself when you apply for the NDIS. We need to know: your name your age your address And whether you are: an Australain Citizen a permanent resident a holder of a Protected Special Category visa. what kind of disability you have how your disability affects your day-to-day life. You need to show us evidence that you have a disability. This evidence might be a letter or report from your doctor or other health care provider. Please make sure you keep your own copy of this information. You’ll also need to tell us that it’s ok to talk to your doctor or health care provider about your disability. You need to send this information to us. What happens next? Once we receive your form and information, we will read it. We might need to ask you for more information. Once this is done, we will tell you if you can use the NDIS. If you can’t use the NDIS, we can help you find or use other services. Participants are people with disability who take part in the NDIS. When participants start using the NDIS, they make a plan. Steps to apply for the NDIS Step 1: Apply Step 2: Provide evidence Step 3: Receive outcome: · NDIS planning · Other services What does the NDIS pay for? The NDIS pays for services and support for people with disability. The services and support must be: reasonable – something that is fair necessary – something that a person needs. The services and support should also: be good value for money work well for you work well with any help or support you get from other people or places, like family and friends. The NDIS doesn’t pay for day-to-day living costs, like rent or groceries. And it’s different to other payments you might get, such as: the Disability Support Pension (DSP)– a payment from the government to help with your day-to-day living costs compensation – money you might have received if you had an accident. The NDIS will not affect your DSP or any compensation payments you might receive. What about families and carers? Most NDIS supports and services are for people with disability. But some supports and services can also be helpful for families and carers. Some families get extra help with day-to-day support. And some families use respiteservices. This is when they take a break from caring for someone with disability. Home

  • ESC Assembly Item | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    ESC Assembly Item Friday, December 1, 2023 1 December 2023 at 1:00:00 am ​ Anchor 1 Home

  • After School Care | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    After School Care YMCA ​ 08 9021 1035 Visit Website GOSHC ​ 08 9021 4035 Visit Website Back

  • Water Fun Day | O'Connor ESC | Kalgoorlie Boulder

    Water Fun Day Friday, March 22, 2024 22 March 2024 at 1:00:00 am For more information please visit your child's classroom notices. Please note this excursion is for student's in year 1-6. Please return permission forms as soon as possible. Anchor 1 Home

bottom of page