May 2016

FROM THE PRINCIPAL…

Dear Parents, I write at this time in the knowledge that School Reports are being written for your children. They are a means of helping you gain insight to your son/daughter’s progress. Keeping it simple,…


INSPIRING OUR YOUTH

One of the key milestones of parenting is when adolescents need to make career choices, and set their future goals. It is at such times that a need for a clear vision becomes significant. Personally,…


YEAR 1 – ANIMAL FARM

The Year 1’s had a visit from the Swan Valley Cuddly Animal Farm on Monday the 24th of May. The children had a wonderful time bottle feeding the baby goats and lambs who were all very…




SCITECH PRE-PRIMARY EXCURSION

On Friday the 13th of May the Pre-Primary classes went on an excursion. A very excited PP2 hopped on the school bus and were very well behaved on the hour and a half trip to…



GIFTED AND TALENTED CONFERENCE

On Monday, 9 May, Ms Thomas co-ordinated arrangements for a group of year 10, 11 and 12 students to attend a Gifted and Talented Conference at St. Hilda’s College in Perth. We had the privilege…


KINDY HAIR SALON

After our Mother’s Day pampering afternoon tea the Kindergarten children wished to continue on with this theme, so together we created a hair salon. The Salon has a receptionist, a waiting area and a hair styling…


THE FATHERING PROJECT BREAKFAST

Earlier this week, several fathers joined their children for an early morning event. This involved a leisurely walk with their child and some informal challenges and activities. The morning finished with a nutritious, healthy breakfast….


WAYJO OUTING

On the 19th May twenty music students ranging from years 7 to 10 travelled to Scotch College in Swanbourne for the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra (WAYJO) “Act, Commit, Belong” concert for schools. Approximately 350 Students were…




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PREFECTS SAUSAGE SIZZLE LUNCH

Last Thursday the Primary School prefects and some Primary Staff cooked over 330 sausages for some hungry Year 1 to 6 students. Over $550 was raised towards Primary School projects through the event. Thank you…