Merit Certificates Week 2 – 25/10/19
Person of the Week – 25/10/19
IMANI BEACON 1M
Kindness and caring are two very simple words, but two actions that can change your world and the world around you. Imani, these are qualities that, when you practise them, bring happiness not only to others but back to you as well.
Every day you make many positive choices to make others feel good about themselves. These little choices add up to big things. Little choices such as; giving your peers compliments every day without seeking recognition for them, helping a friend in need and role modelling – TRUST, RESPECT and UNITY are the choices that make a massive impact to our classroom and school community.
Imani, you are a ‘little go-getter!’ You have GRIT! This means you strive for success no matter how challenging the task. You have shown your peers and teachers that no matter how hard the task is, you push through it with no excuses.
You may feel like giving up, but something in you keeps on going. This is a sign of true success and EXCELLENCE.
Imani, keep spreading your success and kindness everywhere you go!
Congratulations on being awarded St Peter’s Junior Person of the Week.
CHARLIZE RANDALL 6B
Roald Dahl has been quoted as saying, “I think kindness is my number one attribute in a human being. I’d put it before any of the other things like courage, or bravery or generosity or anything else. Kindness – that simple word. To be kind covers everything. If you’re kind, that’s it.….”
And Charlize, you are IT! – A kind and generous person who we all adore. Your genuine warmth positively lifts those around you. Your care, concern and genuine respect for your class mates and teachers typify who you are as a person.
Charlize, your approach to your school work is also reflected by this; your quiet determination to succeed and the way you apply yourself are balanced by not only celebrating your successes, but those of your classmates.
You truly are a bright star in Year 6B and we are blessed to have you burn bright in our classroom.
Congratulations on being a worthy winner of Senior Person of the Week!
Merit Certificates Week 3 – 1/11/19
Person of the Week – 1/11/19
ANGUS GRIFFITHS 2W
Every day each person in the world walks around with their own bucket. Your bucket holds your happy thoughts and good feelings about yourself.
Angus, you are the best bucket-filler I know. From the minute you step foot in the classroom, you begin to fill people’s buckets by simply saying good morning, sharing a funny story or welcoming everyone to join in your activities with open arms. Angus, you do not expect anyone to fill your bucket in return you do it out of the goodness of your heart. You fill people’s buckets when you show a genuine interest in their lives, asking about their stories of adventure and sharing the excitement of their successes. You fill people’s buckets when you live out St Peter’s TRUE values each day by showing continual commitment to being the best version of yourself. Angus, your fun, joyful and caring personality pours out of you as soon as you enter the school and fills people’s buckets to the brim. Best of all, you fill your teachers’ buckets with your care, compassion and willingness to go the extra mile to lend a helping hand.
You are a gentle, kind-natured and vibrant boy who is a true asset to 2W’s classroom. Continue to fill other people’s buckets and yours will be overflowing.
Enjoy being Junior Person of the week, Angus!
ABBEY CATTAI 6M
Abbey you face life’s challenges with a positive attitude, and you remind others that when facing challenges, friendship is one of life’s most useful assets. Thomas Aquinas states, “There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.” Abbey, you live and breathe this quote in every thought, action and word you speak. You depict the values of a true friend, as your strengths lie in your ability to lead others with a great sense of empathy. Abbey, you spend your day encouraging others, supporting your peers and helping those around you to thrive. In turn, this makes others appreciate you. You show your peers that being a friend can be many things. Most of all you demonstrate that the greatest of friends help each other become better people, through the values of Trust, Respect, Unity and Excellence. Abbey, as you journey through life, always remember that your actions as a friend will bring happiness to all those you encounter.
Abbey, congratulations on being awarded St Peter’s Senior Person of the Week!
St Peter’s Mural
Remembrance Day will take place on Monday 11 November. Please could students bring a gold coin donation and in return, they will receive a poppy.
The school will take place in a minute’s silence at 11am on this day.
Second-hand Uniform Shop
The dates for the Second-hand Uniform Shop this term will be:
Week 4 – Friday 8 November
Week 7 – Friday 29 November
Week 9 – Friday 13 December
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
St Peter’s Christmas BBQ
Come and celebrate with us! St Peter’s Christmas Carnival will take place on Sunday 24 November from 4pm – 6.30pm on the School Oval.
This event is FREE to attend.
Please click below to RSVP and volunteer to help out.
High School News
Mercedes College 2020 Enrolments
A sound education is an investment in the future of your daughter. Mercedes College is committed to providing an affordable education for those families seeking an all girls’ Catholic education in the Mercy tradition. For those families wishing to explore options, the Principal is always available to speak with you.
Vacancies are still available for 2020; for more information please contact the Enrolment Officer on 9323 1323.
CENTRE FOR FAITH ENRICHMENT:
invites you to a variety of courses throughout Term 4. For more information, please visit www.cfe.org.au
AUSTRALIAN GIRLS CHOIR OPEN DAY:
School aged girls are invited to come along to our Open Day on Sunday 3 November to try our fun and inclusive classes and learn more about being part of the AGC. Please contact 1800 338 142 if you would like to attend the Open Day.
SACRED HEART SCHOOL, HIGHGATE REUNION:
will take place on Friday 22 November from 3pm at The Queen’s Hotel. For the girls in the classes of ’69 Leaving (Yr 12) ’67 Junior (Yr 10) ’64 (Grade 7). For more information, contact Magda (Panizza) on 0417 988 703 or Cathie (Donovan) on 0409 103 479.
TRIATHLON PINK AND FUN RUN PINK:
Get the girls together, break out the pink and join us at the Ramsay Health Care Triathlon Pink Series on Sunday 10 November. Enter online at www.theeventcrew.com.au
TAEKWONDO FOR KIDS:
will be offering a free trial to give your child a kick start in life. For more information, please call Anthony on 0402 144 018.
VACSWIM 2019 – 2020:
Enrol your children in VacSwim now at education.wa.edu.au/swimming
WESTERN SPRINT SWIMMING CLUB:
will be offering swimming lessons at Trinity College throughout the Summer. For more information, please call 0424 122 556 or visit www.westernsprint.org.au
ST KIERAN’S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL, TUART HILL:
will be celebrating 100 years in 2020. Follow us on Facebook for details on upcoming events www.facebook.com/stkierantuarthill
MOUNT LAWLEY INGLEWOOD JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB:
invites you to register online for 2020 now at www.roosjfc.org.au
YMCA MORLEY JUNIOR BALLERS:
will be holding a registration day on Friday 24 January 2020 from 9am – 9pm. For more information, please email email@example.com
will be holding a Summer School Holiday Program from 6- 24 January 2020. For further enquiries, please call 9370 6775 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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