School Climate Parent Survey
During Week 5 of this term, all parents and caregivers will receive a survey about the climate at St Peter’s. We encourage all parents to complete the survey before the end of term, as this an important opportunity for parents to tell our school staff how things are going for them and their children in our school.
The response format requires parents to consider how often each statement takes place in terms of: Almost Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Often and Almost Always. These responses enable us to make judgments about where St Peter’s is on our improvement journeys, to set goals and design strategies for improvement, and to monitor and demonstrate school improvement over time.
The feedback does NOT include the data of individuals; rather, the feedback involves a graph based on feedback from all parents. Parent impressions about St Peter’s is what we are seeking, we value your honesty and there are no right or wrong answers.
All staff and students from Pre Primary to Year 6 will also complete a survey about the school climate at St Peter’s. The ultimate goal of this survey and school improvement is to improve outcomes for all students, including levels of achievement and well-being.
Thanking you in advance.
Merit Certificates Week 2 – 2/8/19
Merit Certificates Week 3 – 9/8/19
Person of the Week – 2/8/19
BENJAMIN DAWES 1B
Ben, you are a kind and caring person who is respectful to your peers and all in our school community. You listen carefully to instructions, commence work promptly and display dedication and pride in all your school work.
Ben, you approach everything with such a positive attitude and always strive for excellence. Your hard work, passion for learning, and desire to do well is a great combination for success!
You consistently set a positive example for your peers by displaying the TRUE values of TRUST, RESPECT, UNITY AND EXCELLENCE inside and outside of the classroom.
In the classroom, Ben, you are a quiet achiever, who can always be trusted to avoid the distractions of others and produce quality work. In group situations, you are respectful to other students by valuing their opinions and you wait for your turn to speak. Your interactions with your peers are always kind and thoughtful, making you a valued friend to all.
Congratulations Ben, you are so deserving of this award and you should be very proud of this achievement!
RICKY DOWSON 6W
Ricky, when I think of you, I think of someone who is a quiet achiever. Just because you don’t say as much as others, doesn’t mean people don’t notice you. It isn’t about having the loudest voice or the most to say, but instead it is about knowing when to speak and when to listen. You always speak from the heart and listen with care. Your peers know that they can count on you as you are a champion for others who defends the underdog. You are a person who is not ashamed to stand up for what’s right, making you a great role model for others.
Ricky, you are a student who truly embodies St Peter’s TRUE values. You demonstrate excellence on a daily basis, as you are a conscientious, hardworking individual. You always give things a go and ‘I can’t’ isn’t part of your vocabulary.
I can trust that you are consistently doing the right thing, and this is because you respect our school and those around you. You are a remarkable young man who whole heartedly embodies the values that Jesus taught us.
Congratulations on being named Senior Person of the Week!
Person of the Week – 9/8/19
ADAM DI LEO 2B
The Junior Person of the Week must have all the makings of a genuine, trustworthy and hardworking individual. When I think of you, Adam, I think of a young man who encompasses all these qualities.
Saint Mary MacKillop said, “Never see a need without doing something about it.” Adam, you are a compassionate student who always puts the needs of others before your own. Your kindness is one of your beautiful strengths. If someone is hurt or upset, you care for them and are always willing to help.
Adam, you strive to do your best in all learning areas, and you exemplify good behaviour and impeccable manners.
I cannot wait to see what goals you will conquer by the end of this year.
Adam, you truly deserve to be named St Peter’s Junior Person of the Week!
SIENA CHADINHA 5B
There is something special about quiet achievers; that their actions speak louder than their words. Siena, it is a pleasure to see your actions speak for themselves each day.
You treat others with kindness, ensuring your peers feel supported and encouraged in their endeavours. You are there to help a friend in need and can be relied upon to offer a gentle word of care when someone is feeling down.
Siena, your compassionate nature shines through in the way you show the utmost respect to those you meet and in turn you receive the same respect back.
Your wonderful work ethic helps you to achieve excellence in many areas of school life and is a fantastic example for others. You are dependable and trustworthy, and your actions reflect our TRUE values beautifully.
Most importantly, you display these admirable qualities selflessly. You simply step up to the challenge, gently and quietly, without ever expecting anything in return which is truly admirable.
Congratulations on being named the Senior Person of the Week!
St Peter‘s Children’s Book Week Monday 12 – Friday 16 August 2019
Get ready to get dressed up as your favourite character from a book on Friday 16 August 2019!
Interschool Cross Country
Performing Arts Festival
The 2019 Performing Arts Festival is off to a fantastic start!
Congratulations to Amelia Count 6W, Keith Connell 5W and Reuben Tran 5W who each received a MERIT Award for their Piano Solo performances.
Congratulations also to the Guitar Ensemble and Guitar Trio who put in sterling performances at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre last Friday. Both ensembles won EXCELLENCE Awards which were well deserved.
Our Year 5 Rock Band, White Tail (Cvitan triplets 5B), rocked the house at the Rock Bands’ night on Monday evening. The adjudicator was impressed with the boys’ original compositions and stated that, had representatives from Sony Music been there, he felt certain the boys would have been signed to the record label on the spot! Well done on an outstanding performance!
Our Year 6 students performed brilliantly at the Performing Arts Festival on Wednesday. Their choral speech titled, ‘What I learnt at Camp,’ was written by their teachers and the students performed with excellent rhythmic timing, vocal inflection and expression. Their overall presentation was outstanding.
Congratulations to Hayden Etherington (6M) who has been cast and will appear in the hit musical, “The Wizard of Oz” on Saturday 30 August and Sunday 1 September. The producers have generously given the school a discount using code word ‘WIZARD’ to use, if you would like to see the production. Go to www.wizardofozperth.com.au or purchase tickets at www.ticketek.com.au
Please pray for Cristian (2W) and Kassia (KB) Parrella on the recent passing of their Nonna.
Waste Wise Commitee
Second-hand Uniform Shop
The final date for the Second-hand Uniform Shop this term will be:
Week 4 – Friday 16 August
Week 7 – Friday 6 September
Week 10 – Friday 27 September
We are open from 8am until 9.15am!!
Issue 5 of the Scholastic Book Club has been distributed to all students!
Orders close Monday 12 August 2019 at 8pm.
There are so many great books in this issue for every age group – and for every dollar that you spend – St Peter’s receives reward vouchers to use on great educational resources!
Also, did you know that by placing regular orders, Scholastic will give you special rewards, including free books and big discounts?
If you have any questions, please email us – email@example.com
Cate and Kelli
Scholastic Book Club Coordinators
Congratulations to our Round 19 Winners!
Allegra La Galia
Congratulations to our Round 20 Winners!
Adam Di Leo
Sophie Di Leo
Zoe Di Leo
Certificates will go straight to the classroom!
The CSPWA is delighted to be launching their inaugural ‘Parent Engagement in Learning Week’ in conjunction with Book Week between 19 and 23 August.
Please click on the link below to access more information.
Earlier this year, we applied for a grant from Bankwest on behalf of the P&F. St Peter’s has been shortlisted for the August round of grants. Officially, the grant will be used “towards educational STEM resources that will enhance the childhood development of young children through play and learning”. In order to get the $1,000, we need to get the most votes. Please click on the link and vote.
Please spread the word to get as many people as possible to vote before 29 August – (you can vote multiple times with different email addresses).
CYBER BULLYING AND ONLINE GROOMING:
Telethon Speech and Hearing will be hosting a Cyber Safety Seminar for all parents and educators. All attendees will receive a free Family Zone service for their home or school for 12 months. Tickets are available from https://www.tsh.org.au/event/cyber-safety-presentation/
PERTH BASEBALL CLUB:
are looking for players to join their club. Registration day will be Saturday 17 August 2019 from 11am until 3pm. For further information, please call Ros Oliphant on 0400 123 220.
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER:
is offering an afternoon of enrichment for your relationship. We invite you to join us on Saturday 17 August 2019 to be held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Kiara. For more information or booking contact: John & Corinne on
0415 557 026.
PYJAMA STORYTIME AT INGLEWOOD LIBRARY:
Come along to your local Stirling library on Tuesday 20 August from 6pm until 7pm and celebrate Children’s Book Week with stories, rhymes and songs. Bring your favourite teddy, wear your Onesie or PJs. Pizza is laid on for both little adults and big kids! This event is for children aged 3-6 years. Limited numbers & bookings are essential. Inglewood Library 9205 7700 or Library website. Please note: Adults do not need to book.
THE COUNCIL FOR AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC WOMEN:
invites women to join us and Rabbi Nosan to review women and the Bible on Wednesday 21 August from 6-9pm in the Staff Room at Trinity College, Perth. RSVP by 18 August via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9397 5988.
BEDFORD JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB:
will be holding its Information and Registration Day on Sunday 25 August from 2-4pm at Grand Promenade Reserve, Bedford. Register today at www.playcricket.com.au
is offering swimming lessons during the October school holidays. Enrol now at education.wa.edu.au/swimming or call 9402 6412.
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
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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Inglewood, Western Australia, 6052