Merit Certificates Week 6 – 7/6/19
Merit Certificates Week 7 – 14/6/19
Person of the Week – 7/6/19
RUBY DRABAREK 2W
Ruby, it is an honour to name you the Junior Person of the Week and to have this opportunity to tell the whole school what an amazing student you are. We are blessed in Two White to be able to see your beautiful smile come through our door each morning and still beam just as brightly when you leave at the end of the day.
Ruby, you set a perfect example in our classroom of what it is like to live our St Peter’s TRUE values each day.
Your unwavering honesty in all your thoughts and actions, not only show us you are a trustworthy student, but also teaches us to be trustworthy class members.
Ruby, with your caring, compassionate nature, you show the utmost respect to everyone who crosses your path and in return you receive the same respect back.
You show unity by being ready and willing to work with everyone in our class at any given time.
Ruby, you listen to others’ opinions while also offering your own. You truly enjoy being in the company of others and have the perfect balance of when to take work seriously and when we can add some silliness to our day.
Your most amazing attribute, Ruby, is the determination you show to achieve excellence in all your school work. You give your absolute all in every single task that is asked of you. If I could bottle your enthusiasm and work ethic, I’d finally be a millionaire!
Ruby, you are an absolute pleasure to teach and to spend time with every day! You truly deserve to be the Junior Person of the Week!
AISLING BOYD 6B
It is said that you do not write your life with words. . . You write it with actions. What you think is not important. It is only important what you do… and Aisling, you are a girl of action!
Your kindness to others can be witnessed on a daily basis; whether you are giving words of encouragement to your peers, celebrating someone’s success or helping someone in a time of trouble.
But it’s not only your actions towards others, it’s your actions that you undertake to ensure you can reap success at school; ensuring you are always organised, participating in class discussions and being fully prepared for your assessments.
Aisling, you are a highly dependable and trustworthy student who others can rely on. You speak with kindness and are a role model to all.
You aim to excel at all that you do and most importantly, your actions uphold our St Peter’s values to the highest level.
Well done Aisling on being a girl of action! You are a very deserving recipient of the Senior Person of the Week. Congratulations!
Person of the Week – 14/6/19
JESSE MCGUIRE 2M
Jesse, from the moment you enter the classroom in the morning with your bright, beaming smile to the final bell at the end of the day, you set a wonderful example for your peers on how to live the TRUE values.
You are a trustworthy and reliable student who has demonstrated wonderful leadership qualities by being fair and always listening to other people’s ideas. You show respect in all your interactions with your peers and teachers. You are always polite and use your manners while maintaining that cheeky personality that has won you many friends and provided us with lots of laughs.
Jesse, you are a friend to all and demonstrate unity through the kindness and compassion you show to everyone around you. You are always the first to offer assistance to those in need; even before they know they need help, you swoop in and provide it without ever seeking recognition or praise.
You are motivated to achieve and always strive to produce work of a high standard. You aren’t afraid to ask questions and you listen to and apply feedback to your work. Jesse, your bubbly personality and wonderful sense of humour fills our classroom with endless joy and your smile is contagious to all those around you. 2M is lucky to have you as a class member and St Peter’s is truly blessed to have you as a part of our school community.
Congratulations on being named the Junior Person of the Week!!
MONIQUE LYRA 5W
The famous author, Mark Twain, once said, ‘Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see’ and Monique, I have observed you displaying kindness this year in many different ways;
It’s in the beautiful smile you have every morning as you enter the classroom.
It’s in the social interactions you have with your peers.
It’s in your thoughtfulness and your willingness to help others.
It’s in your random acts of kindness, with no expectation of reward and…
It’s in your confidence to try things, even if at first, they may seem challenging.
Monique, it has been so lovely to observe your work ethic this year. You are a hard-working student who excels in the classroom. Remember to continue to always strive for success and your achievements will continue to soar as well.
Congratulations on being named our ‘Senior Person of the Week!’
Waste Wise Committee
We will celebrate the feast of St Peter and Paul on Friday 28th June. The feast day marks one of the most important celebrations of the Catholic Church. The inspiration and the spirit of St Peter are the foundation that our school and Parish community are built on.
Like St Peter, we look to our faith in Christ to be the light of our life as Christians. It was Peter’s brother, Andrew, who met Jesus first, spoke of Him and took Peter to meet Him. We look to do the same through our personal relationship with Christ and on Friday 28th June, we will celebrate a whole school Mass at 9:45am prepared by Year Two and our children will join with their buddy class to carry out activities between recess and lunch.
We will then hold our Mission Day in the afternoon. Students will have an early lunch commencing at 12:30pm and concluding at 1:10pm. Set up will be between 1:15pm and 1:30pm and Mission Day activities will commence at 1:30pm.
Pre-Primary to Year 6 children need to bring no more than $10 in change and a plastic bag to hold their purchases. Individual classes may be in contact to request parent helpers in the afternoon. This is a free dress day for all students!
ST PETER’S ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FOOD FETE
Combined with the Grandparents 10am Mass on Sunday 30 June.
This is our Parish community’s major fundraising/community gathering where as a Parish we can get to know each other a little better, and where we can enjoy cooking and eating foods prepared by you, our community.
There are volunteer slips at the back of the Church for those who wish to cook a cultural dish of their own. These can be sampled on the day or taken away to enjoy later.
If you are providing food, please contact Hilda Tansley on 0433 059 088 with details.
There will also be a marquee on the lawn area adjacent to the hall with tables and chairs for your convenience.
Raffle tickets will be sold leading up to and on the day with winners being drawn on Sunday 30 June.
Subway End of Term Lunch – Friday 5 July 2019
All Subway orders are to be completed online!!!
Please order by Friday 28 June, as late orders will not be accepted!!!
Please click below to order your child’s end of term lunch.
When the weather gets cold, why not have a HOT sausage roll, party pie or delicious pie? A healthier option with reduced fat and sodium and made with 100% Australian beef.
Treat your kids on Fridays with these winter favourites!
Sausage Rolls – $ 3.20 each / Party Pies – $ 1.60 each / Cruiser Pies – $ 3.70 each / Potato top beef pie – $ 3.70 each.
Order online at www.quickcliq.com.au
Ordering can be made up to 1 month in advance. Cut off time is 8.45am on the day of the order.
Woolworths Earn and Learn
Woolworths Earn and Learn program is back!!! Collect as many stickers as you can, stick them on the sticker sheet and return completed sheets to the boxes located either in the School front office or in the Early Childhood Area. Thank you for your co-operation!
Congratulations to our Round 11 Winners!
Adam Di Leo
Congratulations to our Round 12 Winners!
Certificates will go straight to the classroom!
There have been cases of Influenza A throughout the school.
Please refer to the Communicable Disease Guidelines for more information.
Over the last few weeks, there have been a number of absent children through sickness.
Reminder – if your child is showing any signs of ill health (for example: coughing, sneezing, nausea, conjunctivitis etc),
it would be appreciated if you do not bring your child to school.
Second-hand Uniform Shop
The final date for the Second-hand Uniform Shop this term will be:
Friday 5 July
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
Scholastic Book Club
Issue 4 of the Scholastic Book Club has been distributed to all students this week.
Orders close Friday, 21 June 2019 at 8pm.
There are so many great books in this issue – and for every order that you place – St Peter’s receives reward vouchers to use on great educational resources!
ALSO, this month, when you place your order on LOOP, you will have the opportunity to choose a FREE book from a range of curated titles.
If you have any questions, please email us – email@example.com
Cate and Kelli
Scholastic Book Club Coordinators
High School News
Come along and join in on our free Basketball competition with free pizza! Registrations are on Friday 28 June from 5.30pm with games starting at 6.30pm. Visit www.stirling.wa.gov.au/beatball or call 9205 7320 for more information.
WAAPA WINTER SCHOOL 2019 :
is offering an exciting Performing Arts program for children and young people in Years 1 to 12 these July school holidays. For more information, please contact Gabrielle Metcalf at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9370 6775.
get creative and learn to code at Australia’s highest rated school holiday camp! Book now at www.codecamp.com.au
CHOIR CAMP :
is offering children between the ages of 8 and 18 to join them for a week of singing in Geraldton for the first week of the July school holidays. For further information, please visit rscamaustralia.org.au
UWA SPORTS JUNIOR CLINIC :
registrations are now open for Winter Holiday program from Tuesday 9 July – Thursday 18 July. Please visit www.sport.uwa.edu.au for more information.
BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENT CAMP :
will take place 8-12 July at Perth College, Mount Lawley. For more information, please email email@example.com
will be offering School Holiday Workshops at Guildford Grammar School. Book now at www.firetech.wa.edu.au
URSULA FRAYNE CATHOLIC COLLEGE:
invites you to celebrate 120 years of the foundation of the schools on Friday 2 August. Book your ticket online at www.trybooking.com/BCBOW
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER :
is offering a weekend to put the newness back into your relationship. Give yourself and your spouse time away from the pressures of work and everyday responsibilities. Enjoy the chance to talk and listen to each other. We invite you to join us on 26-28 July 2019 or 18-20 October 2019 to be held at Atrium Resort, Mandurah. For more information or booking contact: Valerie & Brendon on 0424 220 625 – Email: WAbookings@wwme.org.au Website – www.wwme.org.au
Our vision is a community where students graduate as successful learners today, and are prepared for tomorrow with a strong faith and the values of TRUST, RESPECT, UNITY and EXCELLENCE.
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