Merit Certificates Week 6 – 30/8/19
Person of the Week – 30/8/19
ANGELICA BATACCHI 3M
Angelica, your positive attitude, perseverance, integrity and work ethic are an example for all to follow. You participate whole-heartedly in all tasks put in front of you and you have a willingness to give everything a go with your best efforts.
Angelica, you accept all challenges that come your way and your determination proves you never give up. You have an amazing attention to detail which you apply to all tasks and you use your artistic flair to complete all your work to the best of your ability.
Angelica, you have a kind, polite and friendly nature and you offer your help to everyone in our classroom. You have a great generous heart and we are very lucky to have you in Year Three Maroon.
Angelica, you show us all how to live and breathe our TRUE values and therefore, I will leave you with this quote, “helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for one person”.
Congratulations Angelica on receiving the Junior Person of the Week!
YASMYN BROWNE 4B
“A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.”
Yasmyn Browne – your smile lights up the universe, and you speak the language of kindness fluently. Every time you smile, it is an action of love – a gift to that person. You radiate warmth and sunshine wherever you go, and you have the kindest heart. Watching you nurture and care for your fellow peers is like watching Jesus in action. In any situation, you model what it means to be TRUE and although you don’t realise it; your actions, smiles, gentle touches and caring words truly do make a difference. You have a deep compassion for all who have the pleasure of knowing you, and act to fulfil the needs of others without thinking twice or expecting anything in return.
You display excellence in the sporting, academic and social aspects of school life and it has been inspiring to watch you dedicate yourself whole-heartedly in all areas this year. Your effort can never be questioned, and the academic growth you have shown is a testament to your motivated and determined approach at home and school.
Yasmyn, you are a unifying force in our class. The way you include everyone and ensure that all your peers are feeling happy and safe, is mature beyond your years and never goes unnoticed.
Just like your smile; your personality is bright and full of life. You are a loyal and entertaining friend, a dedicated and admired student and an all-round gem. It is hard not to feel happy when you’re around Yas! You really do make the world a better place.
I can’t think of anyone more deserving of this recognition. The language of kindness is so important in our world today, and you should be so proud to be leading the way, as a role model for others.
Congratulations on being named the Senior Person of the Week Yasmyn!
Merit Certificates Week 7 – 06/09/19
Person of the Week – 06/09/19
KEIRA FREITAG 1W
Keira, you have been selected as the Year One White Junior Person of the Week because of your quiet determination to achieve your learning goals.
You consistently demonstrate TRUST because you possess an unwavering faith in yourself. You take ownership of your learning and believe that you can achieve anything you set your mind to.
Keira, you show your teachers and friends RESPECT on a daily basis. Your kind smile and gentle manner towards others is a shining example of ‘Love in Action’.
Keira, you can be depended upon to work with your teachers and peers with UNITY. You quietly and maturely help those around you when you are working in a small group setting.
You display EXCELLENCE in all aspects of your school life. You listen intently to your teachers and ask questions to extend and develop your current understanding and knowledge.
Keira, you are a fantastic role model for your peers! Congratulations on being St Peter’s Junior Person of the Week.
GRACE WHITELEY 6B
Grace, when I think of you, I think of someone who is respectful, well-mannered, mature, generous and above all else, someone who is kind. You always think of others; offering your help to your peers or teachers when it’s needed or consoling someone when they are feeling down. You show kindness in your role as library monitor by treating your peers with respect and being polite in your interactions.
You are kind to younger students in the playground, your friends and all those who cross your path.
So, remember Grace, kindness is never wasted. It always makes a difference. It blesses the one who receives it, and it blesses you, the giver – and we are very blessed to have you at St Peter’s.
Grace, you are truly a deserving winner of the Senior Person of the Week. Congratulations!
Term Three School Photos 2019
Performing Arts Festival
- Oh, what a night! St Peter’s Dance Club was amazing! The story of Little Red Riding Hood was brought to life through Mrs Allen’s amazing choreography and the children’s commitment to bring the absolute best of themselves to the performance. Congratulations to Mikayla Camilleri (6M) and Aleisha Tran (4B) for delivering above and beyond in their roles as the Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood. Thanks also to Mrs Carter for her support and dedication. The Dance Club won an EXCELLENCE Award for their performance.
- Our Choirs put in outstanding performances at the Festival last week. The children have worked very hard on their part-singing and phrasing and received excellent results from the adjudicator.
- The Concert Band also delivered an impressive performance last week with a parent from one of the other schools describing them as ‘beyond awesome.’ They too, won an EXCELLENCE Award.
- It was a great pleasure to attend the Guitar Solo performances in Week 5 with each of our guitarists receiving an award. Special thanks to Mr Deacon and Mr Cutri for preparing the children so beautifully.
- Our String players really shone this week with each performer receiving an OUTSTANDING Award! A big thank you to Mrs Vasilas and Mrs Cvitan for preparing the children to such a high standard.
- Congratulations to Amelie Count (6W) who received an EXCELLENCE award for her Speech Solo. That makes three awards in total for this talented young lady… but who’s counting?
AWARDS THIS WEEK:
Special congratulations to the following performers who received awards for their performances in Weeks 5, 6 and 7:
• Isla Fricker 6B: Guitar Solo – OUTSTANDING
• Luke Antenucci 5M: Guitar Solo – EXCELLENCE
• Thomas Gough 6B: Guitar Solo – EXCELLENCE
• Lola Di Dio 5B: Guitar Solo – EXCELLENCE
• Killian Cheyne 5M: Guitar Solo – MERIT
• Patrick Hernest 6B: Guitar Solo – MERIT
• Ethan Vlahos 6B: Guitar Solo – MERIT
• Dance Club – EXCELLENCE
• Concert Band – EXCELLENCE
• Oscar Cvitan 5B: Cello Solo – OUTSTANDING
• Lauren Kingston 5B: Violin Solo – OUTSTANDING
• Alizee Maye 5M: Violin Solo – OUTSTANDING
• Monique Eva 5M: Violin Solo – OUTSTANDING
• Amelie Count 6W: Speech Solo – EXCELLENCE
AWARDS TO DATE:
• Sophia Herrington & Evangeline Frew: Clarinet Duet – OUTSTANDING
• Jamela Pittman-Drabarek: Bass Clarinet – OUTSTANDING
• Sam Armstrong: Alto Sax – EXCELLENCE
• Jemma Tran: Clarinet – EXCELLENCE
• Amelie Count: Bass Clarinet – EXCELLENCE
• Tallulah Farley: Flute – EXCELLENCE
• Adam Higgins: Baritone – EXCELLENCE
• Nicola Clover: Flute – MERIT
• Ella Scrimgeour: Clarinet – MERIT
• Amy Allen: Clarinet – MERIT
• Caitlin Savino: Flute – MERIT
• Leila Odams: Flute – MERIT
• Angelina O’Meara: Flute – MERIT
• Mikayla Camilleri: Flute – MERIT
• Georgia Carter: Flute – MERIT
• Joshua Clements & Sam Armstrong: Alto Sax Duet – MERIT
• Matthew Figueiredo, Joshua Clements, Willis O’Brien: Alto Sax Trio – MERIT
• Zara Consen: Baritone – MERIT
• Stefania Caminiti: Trumpet – MERIT
• Nathan Njeru: Trombone – MERIT
• Grace Whitely: Trumpet – MERIT
• Zachary O’Meara: Trumpet – MERIT
• Declan O’Neill: Trombone – MERIT
• Piano Solo: Amelie Count, Keith Connell, Reuben Tran – Merit Awards
• Guitar Ensemble – Excellence Award
• Guitar Trio- Excellence Award
• Year 6 Choral Speech – Outstanding Award
• White Tail – Outstanding Award
PAF PERFORMERS 2019:
• PIANO: Michael Hernest, Chalyce Del Casale, Keith Connell, Reuben Tran, Amelie Count and Ashley Flower.
• WOODWIND and BRASS: Ella Scrimgeour, Jamela Pittman-Drabarek, Leila Odams, Nathan Njeru and Amy Allen,
Grace Whiteley, Nicola Clover, Declan O’Neill, Amelie Count, Stefania Caminiti, Zara Consen, Sam Armstrong,
Joshua Clements, Angeline O’Meara, Mikayla Camilleri, Georgia Carter, Zachary O’Meara, Caitlin Savino, Adam Higgins, Jemma Tran, Tallulah Farley, Sophia Herrington and Evangeline Frew.
• DRUMKIT: Brian Lim.
• GUITAR: Lola Di Dio, Ethan Vlahos, Patrick Hernest, Killian Cheyne, Isla Fricker, Thomas Gough and Luke Antenucci.
• STRINGS: Monique Eva, Lauren Kingston, Alizee Maye and Oscar Cvitan.
• SPEECH and DRAMA: Amelie Count.
• ENSEMBLES and CHOIRS:
o Guitar Ensemble Isla Fricker, Aidan Condo, Patrick Hernest, Thomas Gough, Rohan Ercegovich, Ethan Vlahos,
Kieran Toop, Chad Svenningsen-Wee, Jason Vetoor, Lola Di Dio and Luke Antenucci.
o The Three Amigos Guitar Trio Aidan Condo, Patrick Hernest and Thomas Gough.
o White Tail – Rock Band Conrad Cvitan, Francis Cvitan and Oscar Cvitan.
o Year 6 Choral Speech
o Alto Sax Trio Matthew Figueiredo, Joshua Clements and Willis O’Brien.
o Year 5&6 Choir
o Year 3&4 Choir
o Concert Band
o Dance Club (Years, 4, 5, 6)
Social Worker Shout Out – Child Protection Week
September is DADember
Second-hand Uniform Shop
The final date for the Second-hand Uniform Shop this term will be:
Week 10 – Friday 27 September
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
Scholastic Book Club
Issue 5 orders and Issue 6 of the Scholastic Book Club catalogue have now been distributed to students. Issue 6 orders close Monday 9th September at 8pm. There are a variety of fantastic books for all ages and by placing regular orders, Scholastic will give you special rewards; including free books and discounts. For every dollar you spend, St Peter’s will receive reward vouchers to use towards great educational resources for our kids too!
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cate and Kelli
Scholastic Book Club Coordinators
Congratulations to our Round 23 Winners!
Izack Di Nella
The 2019 AFL tipping competition has now finished. Thank you to everyone that took part throughout the year,
and helped to also raise $650 for the St. Peter’s P&F.
2019 KIDS WINNERS
1st Prize $100 Adam Di Leo
2nd Prize $75 Ava Bennett
3rd Prize $50 James Davis
4th Prize $25 Ethan Vlahos
2019 ADULT WINNERS
1st Prize $600 Stephen Catania
2nd Prize $400 Jasmine Arnold
3rd Prize $250 Ron Reid
4th Prize $150 Jennifer Bartle
Congratulations again to all the winners, and we hope to see everyone back next year for another great year of tipping.
Betti & Baden Radford.
TINY TOTS TENNIS AND MEGA TENNIS:
is offering weekly classes and holiday programmes. Ring now for your free trial lesson on 9471 8491.
is offering swimming lessons during the October school holidays. Enrol now at education.wa.edu.au/swimming or call 9402 6412.
2019 VINNIES DRIVE-IN:
invites families, friends and workmates to spend a night at the only drive – in theatre in Perth and learn more about the challenges people in our community face. Register now at www.driveinsleepin.org.au
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 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
CHISHOLM CATHOLIC COLLEGE:
Save the Date – Tuesday 22 – Thursday 24 October – Practical and Creative Arts Exhibition 2019. Open to students in Year 4-6. More details to follow!
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
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
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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