Supporting Our Local Community

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COMMUNITY AT ROSEBUD PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Market

The Market Canteen on every second Saturday of the month, provides valuable funds to support Curriculum initiatives and is a wonderful partnership between teachers, parents and children.

The children grow plants and run a plant stall at the market to buy laptops and ipads for use in their classrooms.

The Rosebud Community School Market is held on the second Saturday of each month at the old Carnival site, Point Nepean Road, Rosebud – next to the Memorial Hall.

Listed below is the relevant information for items, which relate to the running of the market venue.  The market is on the old Carnival site, Point Nepean Road, Rosebud.

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Saleable Items

Plants, craft items, new or home made items and clothing Food Vendors To be able to sell food items specific permission must be obtained form the market coordinator and all relevant food handling guide lines must be complied with.

Disallowed items

The sale of alcohol, drugs or any other illegal items is not allowed. The school also reserves the right to disallow items on a “case by case” basis.

Site

Each site is approximately 3 metres wide by approximately 8 metres deep. This will allow vendors to park their vehicles within the site. The school does not provide any tables, chairs or power to the sites.

Entry

Access is available from 6.30 am and the market is conducted form 8.00 am to 12 noon,

Casual Bookings

Casual bookings are not accepted as casual sites are allocated on the day on the basis of availability. All effort is made to ensure that as many casuals are provided with a site.

 

Should you have any further questions either please contact the market coordinator Mr Stephen Fisher 0409 005 529

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After Hours Care

 

Philosophy

At Rosebud Primary outside school hour’s care we provide a nurturing home like environment for children and families, in which they can feel safe, secure and supported at all times.

We allow opportunities where the children can develop life skills, communication skills, social & emotional learning skills, self-worth, independence, open-ended learning and creativity.

We develop positive relationships between educators, families and children that make them feel welcomed and supported.
We provide activities that are inclusive, stimulating and are of the children’s interest. We encourage the children to actively engage in programming of actives which allows the children to have a sense of belonging and self-identities within the OSHC program.

For further information, please contact the school office on 0447 571 726.