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Newsletter 2024 – 13th June

We are nearing the end point of what has been a very busy term. Our teachers are currently finalising their semester reports, and these will be edited and finalised over the coming weeks for release in the last week of term. This is always a large undertaking for our teaching staff and I thank them for their time and effort.

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Newsletter 2024 – 17th May

I trust Mother’s Day was a success for our families and that you were able to spend some quality time together. It was wonderful to see so many Mums and female role models at our Mass and muffin morning last Friday. I would also like to thank the P&F for organising our Mother’s Day stalls and raffle – I hope your child/ren chose you something special.

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Newsletter 2024 – 2nd May

Welcome back to the new school term. I have had a great time on pilgrimage through Portugal, Spain and France. I was fortunate to visit many holy sites including Fatima and Lourdes. Particularly relevant given our focus on the Rosary in the month of May. I took many photos and have included a few below. I would like to thank Mrs Darlene Min for taking such great care of the school in my absence and doing a wonderful job as Acting Principal.

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Newsletter 2024 – 28th March

Welcome to the last week of term. We had a wonderful Easter Hat parade on Wednesday. It was fantastic to see all of the wonderful creations from the students and the hard work of families who no doubt helped the children. Congratulations to the winners of best hat and winners of the raffle. A big thanks to our P&F for organising the raffle and the hat prizes.

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WA Student Assistance Payment

The new WA Student Assistance Payment will provide parents and carers with a $250 payment for each secondary student, and $150 for each primary school student or kindergartener.

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Newsletter 2024 – 15th March

Welcome to Week Seven of our term. We have had an eventful couple of weeks. Last week we had our school swimming carnival which was a great day. As always Mr Bouffler did an amazing job organising things and Murphy house ended up victorious. Well done to all the competitors and we look forward to our interschool carnival.

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Newsletter 2024 – 1st March

Welcome to Week Five of our term. It is certainly flying by! This weekend is a long weekend, a great chance to have an extended break for the children and staff. NAPLAN takes place this term and our children in Years 3 and 5 will undertake the assessments in Week 7 and if needed Week 8. I’m sure they will do the best that they can with the assessments.

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Newsletter 2024 – 16th February

A big thankyou to all our families that attended our Parent Information sessions last night. If you were unable to attend, the booklets and slides from the evening will be available on our school website very soon. Alternatively, you could contact your child’s teacher for a copy.

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Newsletter 2024 – 2nd February

Welcome back to a new school year! I hope both yourselves and your child/ren have had a restful break and are now ready for the new year ahead. It has been wonderful to see the children arriving in uniform looking so ready for their new classes and learning experiences to come.

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Newsletter 2023 – 22nd November

Next Friday 1 December evening we will be having our school Christmas Concert. This is a wonderful opportunity to gather together and get into the Christmas spirit. The children have been busily preparing their dances and learning the moves to all of the songs. A reminder gates open from 5.30pm to allow families time to purchase dinner from the food trucks. Children are under parent supervision until the bell rings at 6.40pm when students must make their way up to their classrooms. The concert starts at 7pm. This event is an alcohol and smoking (including vaping) free zone. More details about the concert can be found further down in the newsletter.

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