Merit Certificates Week 2 – 10/5/19
Merit Certificates Week 3 – 17/5/19
Person of the Week – 10/5/19
SOPHIE WILLIAMS 3B
There is a quote which states, “work hard in silence, let your success be your noise.”
Sophie, you work hard every moment of every day. It doesn’t bother you that others around you may be making noise. You accept this may be their way of learning…but not you.
You speak when necessary, you ask to clarify when necessary but otherwise you work. You work, you work, you work. When it comes time to see the end product of your work, all I can say is WOW! No matter the subject, no matter the task, you have given it your all and you have excelled.
Your gifts are abundant: academically, you excel, socially, you are loved by everyone who meets you, you show compassion towards others, you help anyone in need, you are responsible and mature.
3B is so lucky to have this silent superstar amongst us each day. May you continue to spread your gifts to those around you.
Congratulations on being named ‘Junior Person of the Week!’
NOAH DIMMOCK 4B
A superhero, by definition, is a character who has special strength and uses it to do good things and help other people. Noah, you are 4B’s superhero.
Your special strengths lie in the respect you show your peers and teachers, in your quiet determination to consistently achieve your best, and in your gentle nature that is admired by your friends. These qualities allow you to do good things – to make others feel included and valued, to improve in all aspects of your school work, and to help others. You are the first to identify a need of another, and to assist wherever you can.
A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart. Noah, you are kind in every interaction you have with others, and you consistently lead by example. Never one to draw attention to yourself, you go about your day by making small moments count. A simple smile or greeting has great power. Noah, your strength of heart is obvious to all who know you.
Self-confidence is a super power. Once you start believing in yourself, magic starts happening. It has been so rewarding to watch your confidence grow this year as you strive for excellence and focus intently on working towards your learning goals. This super power is a work-in-progress, and I have no doubt you will continue to develop it during your time in Year 4.
Noah, you deserve a cape, you deserve a book, you even deserve your own feature film! But most of all, you are thoroughly deserving of this recognition. Thank you for using your special powers to do good, Noah. You truly make a difference and are an inspiration to others.
Congratulations on being a very worthy recipient of the Senior Person of the Week!
Person of the Week – 17/5/19
KOA GRAHAM PPB
Koa, you have been selected as our Junior Person of the Week because you have made an outstanding start to your
Pre Primary year.
Koa, you have a unique and beautiful name that suits you well because it means ‘brave’ and you are just that! It not only takes bravery and courage to leave your family and come to school every day for the whole week (now you are in Pre Primary!) But it also takes bravery and courage to try your best, learn new things, overcome challenges and strive for excellence. Koa you have achieved all this in just a term!
Koa, you come to school every day with a passion for learning.
You show TRUST by offering support to others in times of need and show that you can take on leadership roles within the classroom.
You show RESPECT and UNITY by being kind, caring and thoughtful every single minute of the day.
You show EXCELLENCE by asking clever questions and always doing your best.
We are blessed to have such a wonderful person in our school community.
Congratulations on being chosen as our Junior Person of the Week!
EMILY PIN 6W
Emily, you are like a rocket soaring towards the stars. You are full of fuel in the form of grit and determination and nothing will stop you from powering through to what you want to achieve.
Emily, it is a pleasure watching you work as it is clear you love to learn. You immerse yourself whole heartedly in your learning, asking questions, sharing ideas and overcoming challenges.
You also demonstrate our TRUE values through the way you treat others; supporting them in their learning, lending a helping hand and providing words of encouragement and praise. Never lose that love for learning and continue to shoot for the stars.
Congratulations Emily on being named the Senior Person of the Week!
Parents with siblings to commence Kindy 2020 – If you have a child born between 1st July 2015 and 30th June 2016, please ensure that you have completed an enrolment form and handed it into the office. Please email email@example.com for an enrolment form or pick up one up from the front office.
Please note siblings do not need a Parish reference.
SIBLING INTERVIEWS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE END OF TERM 2.
Pirate Day 2019
This year we will be hosting Pirate Day on Friday 31 May (KW, PP – Year 6) and Thursday 30 May for KB and KM.
Please click on the link for more information.
The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD) is a joint initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments and non-government education authorities. The NCCD collects data annually about students with disability and the level of educational adjustment provided for them.
The definition of disability draws on the broad definition of disability under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the level of reasonable adjustments they are provided with to access and participate in education. All Australian primary, secondary and composite schools, are required by the Australian Education Regulation 2013 to participate in the collection.
Parents, Guardians and Carers, please click on the link below for the Fact Sheet.
Timetable change for Choirs, Concert Band and Guitar Ensemble.
Please click on the information below to see the change in timetables.
This will take affect in Week 4.
Interschool Swimming Carnival
Waste Wise Committee
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.
CAN YOU HELP US?
As we prepare the Liturgical celebration for Confirmation on 8th and 9th June, we require a set of old fashioned scales (the kind our grandparents used with weights) for our display. We also need a heavy 3 ply rope e.g tow rope/nautical rope. This only needs to be a short length for a Yr 6 child to carry.
If you can help us with a loan or donation of either item, we would be most grateful. We would need them from late May until after Confirmation. Please call Chris on 0422 984 812 if you can help.
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!
School Banking Rewards
New School Banking Rewards are now available!!!
Please click below to see what prizes are up for grabs in Term 2!!
Congratulations to our Round 7 Winners!
Adam Di Leo
Congratulations to our Round 8 Winners!
Certificates will be presented in the assembly on Monday.
Good luck for the rest of the years tipping!
Betti & Baden Radford.
Second-hand Uniform Shop
Term 2 dates for the Second-hand Uniform Shop are:
Friday 24 May
Friday 14 June
Friday 5 July
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
The second hand uniform shop needs two volunteers to help two Friday mornings per term (approx 3 hours per term) in the shop for the remainder of 2019 and the year of 2020 please. If you can help, please contact Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org
St Peter’s Book Fair – Volunteers Needed
We would love two parent volunteers to run our Scholastic Book Fair for 2019.
The Book Fair is scheduled for two weeks at the end of August.
If you are interested in co-ordinating our Book Fair for 2019, please contact Courtney Dunsire on 9338 9900.
The official netball season starts this Saturday and the committee would like to say a big thank you to all the parents who have volunteered to coach or be team mangers as without your support the season would not be possible. Also a MASSIVE thank you to Renee Bennett from Encata who sponsored the netball dresses. The girls are so happy and they look very professional out on the courts. We look forward to a great season of netball!
The Netball Committee
Catholic School Parents WA
High School News
OLA OPEN DAY:
will take place on Wednesday 29 May. School tours for prospective families will commence at 9.30am. Please visit www.ola.wa.edu.au/book-a-tour/ to secure a spot on the tour!
is offering various Parenting courses at West Leederville throughout May and June. For more information or to register for any of our courses, please call (08) 6164 0239.
STUDENT PLACEMENT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND :
is looking for host families in Western Australia. Please email email@example.com 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
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.
T:08 9338 9900
F: 08 9338 9960
103 Wood Street,
Inglewood, Western Australia, 6052