Classroom Helpers’ Workshop
Parent – Teacher Interviews – Monday 1 April
Parent – Teacher Interviews 2019
Term One Parent-Teacher interviews will be held on Monday 1 April, Week 9. This is an early close day for all students, with Pre Primary to Year 6 classes finishing at 12.40pm and Kindy classes finishing at 12.30pm.
It is essential that classroom teachers meet with all parents to share information on the progress and development of your child/ren. It is an opportunity to celebrate the learning that has taken place as well as establishing a common understanding of what the next learning challenges are for your child/ren.
Interviews will go for 15 minutes. Please be on time for your appointment and only stay for the allotted time to assist with the flow of the interview schedule. If there is a need to extend the conversation, please make an arrangement for a further appointment at another time. If you are not able to attend at the allotted time due to unforeseen circumstances, please contact the school office to reschedule the appointment.
Please click the below links to make a booking.
Merit Certificates Week 6 – 15/3/19
Person of the Week – 15/3/19
JAMES DAVIS 2M
James, when I was asked to choose a Junior Person of the Week, I wanted to choose someone who lives the TRUE values and sets a wonderful example for their peers. James, that person is you!
You come to school every day with a smile on your face and an eagerness to learn. Whatever challenges the day brings, you handle it with maturity and a positive attitude. You are an incredibly trustworthy student who never needs to be reminded to stay on task or to follow the rules.
You always show respect by using your manners and being polite in all your interactions, setting a great example for others. You are a friend to all and we are incredibly lucky to have you in 2M.
You solve problems fairly and always aim to please. James, you strive for excellence in all that you do and never give up. When things get tricky you take a deep breath and keep going; always believing in yourself.
James you have displayed some fantastic leadership qualities and have a very bright future ahead of you. You have had a fantastic start to the year and are very deserving of this award. Congratulations on being named this week’s Junior Person of the Week!
TOM RODRIGUES 5B
“Excellence is not being the best; it is doing your best”– Zig Ziglar
Tom, it is a pleasure to see you doing your best each and every day, making you a worthy recipient of this week’s Senior Person of the Week!
You display the TRUE values in many areas of school life and can be relied upon to set a positive example for your peers both inside and outside the classroom.
You are TRUE in the way you put others before yourself without expecting anything in return.
You are TRUE in the way you offer assistance to your peers and teachers wherever possible.
You are TRUE in your approach to your school work, looking for ways to achieve the goals you have set yourself.
You are TRUE in the playground, actively seeking out opportunities to be inclusive and kind.
Most importantly, you are TRUE in situations where it can be difficult to live out these values – in times where it may be easier to consider the situation someone else’s problem. You simply know the right thing to do and jump in without thinking, ‘what’s in it for me?’
Tom, you are a true gentleman. Congratulations on being named Senior Person of the Week!
Merit Certificates Week 7 – 22/3/19
Person of the Week – 22/3/19
ALEXANDRA NWE 3M
Alexandra, you have been chosen as the Year Three Maroon Junior Person of the Week because of your kind, polite and positive attitude towards everything that you do. You are such a delight to have in our classroom. Alexandra you are a wonderful role model and every day you exemplify our TRUE values of:
Trust: You care about the welfare of your friends and other students around you and this leads to our great trust in you.
Respect: You are a sought-after friend and classmate because of the kindness and friendship you give.
Unity: You share your cheerfulness, inquisitive mind and great sense of humour with us every day.
Excellence: You are always prepared to have-a-go and consistently strive to do your best in all activities.
Alexandra, you are treasured asset to our school community and we are blessed to have you in our classroom. You are such a deserving recipient of the St Peter’s Junior Person of the Week.
SAM ARMSTRONG 6W
Sam, you are a student who embodies our core values of TRUE. There is a saying; ‘If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours’ and you definitely live by this. Your smile is infectious, and your peers and I are greeted by it daily. You understand that a smile can say a thousand words and yours screams kindness and sincerity.
Sam, you show great work ethic as you strive for excellence. You show a keen interest and desire to learn and a willingness to work hard. You are not afraid to make mistakes and use these as stepping stones to succeed. Never stop being the cheeky chappy that you are; who loves a good chat and always has time for others.
Congratulations, Sam on being named 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.
Pizza Day is Friday 12 April!
Please note – The Canteen will not be open for any other lunch orders on this day.
IT WILL BE OPEN FOR RECESS & LUNCH TIME SNACKS!
Please click the link to access the order form.
Mrs Gibbons is in need of ice cream lids for Art. Please note she does not need the tubs – just lids.
Please pass to the Art room.
Many thanks in advance!
Social Worker Shout Out!!!
Sacrament Programme at St Peter’s Parish 2019
For school aged children wishing to receive a Sacrament at St Peter’s this year, there are a series of Parent Information nights in Term One. Please mark the following dates in your diaries:
First Reconciliation (Year 3 ) – Wed 27 March
First Communion (Year 4) – Wed 10 April
All meetings begin at 7pm in the Church. Relevant dates and key steps will be covered during the meeting as well as some background information on each Sacrament.
If you have any queries or have not previously been part of our programme, e.g. new to St Peter’s or in Year 3, please contact Chris Neville on
(firstname.lastname@example.org). For children who have missed a Sacrament e.g. Baptism or Reconciliation, please contact Chris urgently, so we can arrange the necessary catechism lessons to prepare the children.
St Peter’s Parish, Bedford
Office hours: Tues 8.30am – 4.30pm and Wed 8.30am – 3.30pm (Term time).
Sacrament Office: Parish Hall, Wood Street, Inglewood.
5pm Family Mass Youth Choir at St Peter’s
We would love to see and hear some fresh talent in our Youth Choir. We play every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 5pm Mass. Practice begins at 3.30pm with a break before Mass begins. We are inviting interested youth (Year 6 – University) to come along on Sunday 24 March at 3.30pm, instruments optional, to be part of our practice that day.
After Mass, we’ll be socialising over a sausage sizzle, so you can get to meet us properly and we can tell you more about our happy bunch, who range in age from 13-19 years old. For more details, contact Chris (email@example.com)
Plenary Council 2020
On behalf of the Plenary Council of St Peter’s Parish, a very big thank you to all the families who took the time to respond to the questionnaire. In due course, once the Parish receives feedback from Plenary Council 2020, everyone will be advised with all information being available on the Archdiocesan website.
Congratulations to Josh Clements (6W) who competed in the Sunsmart Nipper State Championships last weekend, representing Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club. Josh competed in 4 events and took home both a Bronze and Silver medal. Well done Josh on your success!!!
Scholastic Book Club
Issue 2 of the Scholastic Book Club has been distributed to all students.
Orders close Friday 29th March 2019 at 8pm.
Scholastic has a great range of books for every age….but did you also know that for every Book Club order placed, Scholastic gives 20% of the order back to our school to purchase valuable educational resources?
Some special offers this issue:
- When you place your order, you will have the option to receive a FREE book bag
- You will also have the option to buy David Walliam’s newly released book, ‘Fing,’ for only $15 at the checkout
Please email us if you have any questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelli Bradbrook and Cate Fiumano
Scholastic Book Club Co-ordinators
Second-hand Uniform Shop
Term 1 dates for the Second-hand Uniform Shop are:
Friday 12 April
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
is offering various Parenting courses at West Leederville throughout March, May and June. For more information or to register for any of our courses, please call (08) 6164 0239.
COLOURS OF ITALY FESTIVAL:
will take place on Sunday 24 March from 9am-4pm at Stirling Civic Gardens, Cedric Street, Stirling. All welcome!
IONA PRESENTATION COLLEGE:
will hold its Open Day on Tuesday 26 March from 9.30am to 11am. All are welcome to attend! Please visit www.iona.wa.edu.au/openmorning
THE FATHERING PROJECT:
presents Geoff Hutchison – “How are you, dad?” Join Geoff at Governor Stirling SHS on Tuesday 2 April from 7.30-9pm. RSVP at www.tinyurl.com/GeoffH-TFP-event
LA SALLE COLLEGE:
will hold its Open Day on Tuesday 2 April from 9.25am to 11.35am. All are welcome to attend! To book a tour, please call 9449 0635 or visit email@example.com
BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENT CAMP:
will take place from 15-18 April from 9am-3pm daily at Perth College, Mount Lawley. To register, please visit firstname.lastname@example.org
will take place throughout the Easter holidays. To register, please visit codecamp.com.au
will take place throughout the Easter holidays. To register, please visit www.juniorgoals.com
MOUNT LAWLEY – INGLEWOOD RSL SUB BRANCH:
invite current and ex-service personnel and all members of the community to attend the 2019 Amzac Day Service on Thursday 25 April at 8am at Mount Lawley War Memorial, Corner of Clifton Crescent and Queens Crescent.
TRIPLE P PARENTING PROGRAM:
will be held at the Rise, Maylands on Friday 10 May from 9.30am – 11.30m. Bookings are essential at healthywa.wa.gov.au/parentgroups
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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Inglewood, Western Australia, 6052