Merit Certificates Week 8 – 29/3/19
Person of the Week – 29/3/19
LONI O’BRIEN 1M
Loni, you have a special way of adding joy to our Year One Maroon team!
You live and breathe the St Peter’s TRUE values through your actions, thoughts and words each and every day.
You display TRUST by being a responsible student who can take on leadership roles within the classroom.
You show RESPECT by consistently displaying beautiful manners and listen attentively to your teachers and fellow classmates.
You show UNITY when you put others before yourself. Loni, you are always looking for ways to help and show kindness to those around you.
You display EXCELLENCE by asking insightful questions and strive to achieve success. You are a determined and passionate young lady who is going to be an outstanding future leader someday.
Loni, the St Peter’s community is a better place with you in it.
Congratulations on being named our Junior Person of the Week!
CASSANDRA RICHES 4W
Cassie, there is a famous expression that says, ‘never judge a book by its cover’ and this is what springs to mind when I think of you.
I remember at the start of the term what a quiet student you were; your cover was well-cared for, but the inside only read by those you really trusted. The outside doesn’t give much away about what lies beneath.
But Cassie, as I have got to know you over this term, I have found that the more you let me read of your book, the more I am drawn into your wonderfully rich and expressive character, your hopes for the future and challenges at the present, the kind personality you demonstrate each day and the little quirks that make you a delight to teach.
You regularly demonstrate determination, persistence and a strength of character that, when combined with your caring nature, makes you such a wonderful student.
St Peter’s is lucky to have you Cassie, so keep writing the pages in your book. I just can’t wait to keep reading each day!
Congratulations on being our Senior Person of the Week!
Merit Certificates Week 9 – 5/4/19
Person of the Week – 5/4/19
ANGELINA NGUYEN 2B
Angelina, you are a delightful student and a real joy to have in Year 2B. Your gorgeous smile and enthusiasm for learning really brighten up our day.
Angelina, you strive for excellence in all that you do. This week, in writing, you have thoroughly enjoyed learning about acrostic poems. Here is a short one that sums up the wonderful young lady you are.
Angelina you are:
Angelina, to me, TRUE means to be the best version of yourself and it brings me great joy to see you living out these values each and every day at St Peter’s.
Congratulations Angelina on being St Peter’s Junior Person of the week!
BELLA-MIA ITALIANO 4M
Bella-Mia, you have been chosen as our Senior Person of the Week because you consistently show so many wonderful and admirable traits in our classroom.
Bella-Mia, your positive attitude, perseverance and determination and integrity are an example for all to follow because successful people are not necessarily gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose. You participate
whole-heartedly in all tasks and are willing to have a go and accept the challenges that come your way.
Smart people ask questions and Bella-Mia, you consistently do this to clarify your understandings. You immerse yourself in learning to achieve your personal best. Bella-Mia, you can always be relied upon to respond sensibly in any situation and display outstanding manners.
Bella-Mia, every morning you enter our classroom with a positive eagerness to learn and you are a carrier of enthusiasm. You treat everybody with the greatest amount of respect.
Bella-Mia, you are a delight to have in our classroom and a worthy recipient of this award. Congratulations!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for an enrolment form or pick up one up from the front office.
Please note siblings do not need a Parish reference.
Thank you to the Year 1 Parents and Grandparents who came in to help Mrs Martin with the setting up of the Maths pouches last Friday. They donated their time and worked really hard sorting, counting, unwrapping and laminating!!! We really appreciate your time and efforts!!!
There has been a confirmed case of Hand, foot and mouth disease in the Early Childhood Area.
Please take a moment to have a look at the Communicable Disease Guidelines 2016 Edition below.
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!
- If you’re an aspiring musician, singer or actor, we strongly encourage you to enter into this year’s Performing Arts Festival. If you are having lessons with a music teacher and have had at least one year of tuition, please consider entering!!!
Please click Calling ALL performers for the Performing Arts Festival 2019
- We’re delighted to inform you that we are now offering guitar lessons to children in Years 3-6 on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Children in the Guitar Program learn classical, finger-style technique and learn to read standard musical notation.
Please click Guitar lessons Newsletter 2019
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 date in your diaries:
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
(email@example.com). 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Congratulations to our Round 1 Winners!
Congratulations to our Round 2 Winners!
Certificates will be presented in the assembly on Monday.
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!!
Mother’s Day Stall
The St Peter’s P&F Mother’s Day stall will be held on Thursday 9th May and Friday 10th May.
This year we are requesting money up front to simplify the running of the stall on the day.
Children may bring a maximum of $10 to spend and will be issued with a voucher to redeem gifts from the stall.
Please keep an eye out for the flyer which will be coming home early next term.
Expression of Interest for “Place of Reflection” at St Peter’s Primary School
High School News
CITY OF STIRLING CHARITY DROP OFF:
will take place on Saturday 6 April at the City of Stirling Administration Centre Car Park from 9am – 3pm. Feel free to donate clothing, textiles, shoes, towels, bedding and more to charity!
BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENT CAMP:
will take place from 15-18 April from 9am-3pm daily at Perth College, Mount Lawley. To register, please visit email@example.com
AUTUMN SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES RIVERSIDE GARDENS:
will take place on Tuesday 16 April for 4-7 year olds and 7-12 year olds. Bookings essential online https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/group-events/nearer-nature-community or call 9295 2244.
will take place throughout the Easter holidays. To register, please visit codecamp.com.au
is holding “Free School Holiday Guitar Workshops” for anyone interested in learning Guitar. These 90 mins demonstrations cover all aspects of Guitar playing and styles. Bookings essential, info & dates found here Guitar Workshop or contact Stefan Cutri at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mob: 0414 448 907.
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
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.
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