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Newsletter 2021 – 22nd July

Welcome back to a new term! We certainly ended the term in uncertain waters but seem to be sailing through a relative calm at this point. Western Australia is currently in Phase 5 restrictions which means relative freedom for all and, as a result, all activities on the school calendar will be able to go ahead and parent involvement can be restored. Please have a very close look at the calendar as some of the postponed events from last term have been shifted to this term. We look forward to celebrating these events throughout the next couple of months.

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Sacred Heart Day

The 24th of June is the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, one of the most exciting events on our school calendar! In 2021 the day began with a mass to celebrate the Feast, with Father Minh-Thuy explaining what the Sacred Heart of Jesus means and ways we can show love. Between recess and lunch, it was all fun at the stalls and games, organised by the classes and P&F....

Newsletter 2021 – 2nd July

I would like to congratulate our all students on their wonderful efforts this term. I have seen much growth in our students this term, coupled with an enthusiasm and a desire for learning. I also thank our staff for their continued dedication and ongoing hard work to providing for the students in their care. Due to this hard work, our students and staff are exhausted, especially after an 11-week term! The Lockdown might have dampened some holiday plans but it’s moments like these when we really have to take stock of the beautiful place we live in, and how lucky we are in comparison to so many other places around Australia and the world. On behalf of all the staff, I would like to wish all of our families and community members a safe and relaxing break.

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Newsletter 2021 – 16th June

I hope the children all enjoyed the wonderful event that was Sacred Heart Day. The children and staff all had a great time and learnt a lot about the school and the traditions of our founding Loreto sisters. We also raised $2,907. This money will go to both supporting the Arch Bishop’s LifeLink appeal and to also supporting Loreto sisters charitable works through the Mary Ward Foundation. I thank the staff, P&F, Fr Minh Thuy and the many student helpers from various secondary schools in the area for making our day such a success.

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Newsletter 2021 – 3rd June

This coming weekend is an extra long weekend, as the school’s Catholic Day is on Tuesday of next week. Children will return to school on Wednesday 9 June. Next week we celebrate Sacred Heart Day, one of the most important days in our school’s calendar. A separate note has been sent home with information pertaining to the events planned for the day. We are all looking forward to celebrating next Friday 11 June.

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Newsletter 2021 – 19th May

What a wonderful couple of days it has been seeing the children looking their absolute best for school nphotos. Children are now all in full winter uniform and the weather is slowly changing to suit this attire. The photography company has been very positive and complimentary about our students and their manners and behaviour which is always lovely to hear. Last week a member of the public made the point of calling the school to tell us how beautifully behaved the Year Four students were on their excursion. Hearing these positive comments from community members is always a great indication that the values we are teaching at school are being reflected. Great stuff!

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Newsletter 2021 – 31st March

Wow! What a big week we have had. It has been a pleasure spending time with the Year 6 students on their school camp. The children displayed beautiful manners, a can do attitude and impressed with their courage in trying new things. Camps are only possible with the support of staff who take time away from their families to ensure the children are safe and well cared for. I would like to thank Miss Campain, Mrs D’Amato, Mr Bouffler, Mr Landers, Mrs O’Neill, Miss Trouchet and Mrs Bigara for their time and dedication in making our camp such a success..

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Newsletter 2021 – 11th March

Wow! What a big week we have had. It has been a pleasure spending time with the Year 6 students on their school camp. The children displayed beautiful manners, a can do attitude and impressed with their courage in trying new things. Camps are only possible with the support of staff who take time away from their families to ensure the children are safe and well cared for. I would like to thank Miss Campain, Mrs D’Amato, Mr Bouffler, Mr Landers, Mrs O’Neill, Miss Trouchet and Mrs Bigara for their time and dedication in making our camp such a success..

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