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REMAR Parent Information Evening

The REMAR Parent Information Evening is an important night where parents (Years 11 and 12) gather and acknowledge the importance of the support of families in the REMAR journey. Participating in REMAR requires dedication and sacrifice and we know that this wouldn’t be possible without the support of our families. Parents will spend time being informed about both caravel crossings and have the opportunity to discuss specific details related to their child’s journey, as well as the commitment required from the rowers.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 3 Red will present their assembly item.

A program of events will be made available closer to the day.

Students in Years 7-9 will have their individual/PCG/Co-Curricular group photos taken on Wednesday 1 July.

Students are required to wear their full Winter Uniform (including polished shoes and hair is neat and tidy).

A schedule will be made available to students closer to the day.

Students in Years 10-12 will have their individual/PCG/Co-Curricular group photos taken on Tuesday 30 June.

Students are required to wear their full Winter Uniform (including polished shoes and hair is neat and tidy).

A schedule will be made available to students closer to the day.

All Years 7-12 College and NAS sporting teams will be photographed.

Students are required to wear their full Winter Uniform (including polished shoes and hair is neat and tidy).

A schedule for the day will be made available to students closer to the day.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Pre Primary – Year 2 Assembly where students will receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 2 Red will present their item.

The Year 6 students will represent the College and play in a variety of sports with the focus on participation; there are no shields or points awarded. It is about giving students the opportunity to compete against students from other primary schools, promoting fun and enjoyment, encouraging everyone to participate and highlighting the importance of fair play and healthy competition.

This is an optional information event for students thinking of undertaking work experience in 2021.

For further information please contact Justin Farley, Pathways and Onsite Coordinator 9204 9457 | justin.farley@cewa.edu.au