World Teachers’ Day

Australia will celebrate and thank the teaching profession on World Teachers’ Day – Friday 30 October.

Teachers (with support from parents and carers) have ensured education continues across the country this year, despite major challenges. It’s reinforced the significant role teachers play in the lives of children and students, their families and communities.

The Fremantle LDC Executive Leadership Team would like to say a huge thank you to all of our amazing teachers for their hard work, dedication and care of our students.

On Friday 30 October, please say a big thank you to teachers and celebrate the bright future of teaching.

Speech Pathology News: Colouring-In Competition Winners

Thank you to everyone for their participation in the Oral Language /Speech Team’s DLD Day Colouring-In Competition. We have enjoyed looking at all the creative work produced. There was lots of discussion about the use of colour (particularly the DLD colours of purple and yellow) the addition of creative elements, the care taken with colouring inside the lines without leaving white showing through and the effort demonstrated. The judging was very challenging but we have selected our winners and the list is below.

Kind regards

Megan Griffiths and The Oral Language Team

Willagee Kindy Winners James and Benjamin

ParentTV Highlights: This Weeks Snapshot

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If you need or have misplaced your ParentTV school code please contact the office by phone: 9312 4850 or via email:

This weeks highlights include:

Getting kids off their devices is a monumental battle for most parents. Here’s Jason Gibson’s super practical strategy for making it a little easier by providing good alternatives for your kids.



Social media has become a normal part of everyday life for kids growing up. Dr Vanessa Lapointe takes a deep dive into how this lack of connection in the physical world can cause impacts, particularly on the emotional health of our kids.



We hear a lot about mindfulness and meditation these days, but what is it, how can we teach these skills to our children and together, how can we use them as tools to help reduce anxiety? Dr Jodie Lowinger explains how in this video.