Town of Cambridge Ruislip Safe Active Street Survey – Closes Monday 7 November
The Ruislip Safe Active Street Intersection Survey has opened to ensure the community has full opportunity to comment on the project and did not miss out due to the Term 3 school holidays.
The survey is open for a period of four (4) weeks, closing on Monday 7 November at 5.00pm.
Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7TKTSHG
All comments provided will be reviewed and considered.
After compiling the results, the Town will advise residents of the outcome and present the information to Council to inform their decision on which treatments will be implemented.
Survey participants will be informed via email when the report is due to be presented to Council, so please provide an email address that you regularly use.
Visit www.cambridge.wa.gov.au/ruislip for more information about the project.
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Chaplain corner – Welcome back to Term 4.
This term we are introducing a new club – Lego Club.
This will be held Monday mornings in the Student Support room from 8:15am to 8:45am. Juniors and Seniors will be combined.
I look forward to seeing you and your creativity next week.
The annual Wembley PS French themed recess will be on again this year! Have your taste buds tantalised with delicious French cuisine on Wednesday 26 October at the canteen.
On our menu this year we have:
Petits Croissants with ham and cheese / tomato and cheese $2
Pommes Noisettes (warm potato balls) $1.50
Petits Savoury Escargots $1
Mousse au chocolat $3
French Crêpes with fresh strawberry coulis $2
Eiffel Tower cookies $1.50
Fresh sparkling Lemonade $1.50
Chocolat chaud with marshmallows (hot chocolate) $2
We look forward to seeing everyone enjoy a little taste of France!
New Kitchen Gratitude
We have a brand new, fresh and shiny, commercial kitchen and we are SUPER excited!
Stage one of our canteen upgrade is complete and there are many people to thank for our new workspace.
In particular, Vanessa Saunders, our canteen convenor and project manager.
Whilst juggling her own full-time job, Vanessa worked tirelessly with our initial plans, swinging back and forth between designers, draftsmen, suppliers and tradesmen to bring it to life. A mammoth effort! So much gratitude and thanks to Vanessa.
WPS Corporate Services Manager, Lee Masters, for involving the Education Department, seeking additional funding and for activating the plans.
Our P&C Committee and Executive Committee, past and present for your commitment to funds and for knowing how much we needed this functional kitchen to produce what we’re capable of.
Our Wembley Primary School Community, Canteen Volunteers and Gift a Shift donors for supporting our canteen and our special events which helped to raise funds for this stage of the upgrade.
Our canteen staff are so grateful. BIG thanks you all.
Some photos of what we fondly refer to as ‘The Hour of Power’.
Our kitchen in full swing, packing class baskets on Friday.
The pressure is on and it’s a load of fun followed by a great sense of achievement once the kids are fed.
Capes are on -the superheroes have been madly prepping all day and the kids are super excited!
Thrill seekers, we need your help!
We only have a quick 30-minute blast to get all the kids served and back into the playground.
Grab a bunch of your school friends and come join the fun!
Please sign up here if you can help or come in at 10.15am on Wednesday morning.
A simple recess of a spooky cupcake and ghastly ghost Sipahh Straw with fresh milk will be available for Monday 31st October.
Pre-orders are open on Wednesday and close at noon on Sunday.