As Monday and Tuesday are non-school days for the students next week, please do not forget Senior Choir Practice on Wednesday morning 5 June. I am aware that some students in Year 5/6 will be attending the basketball carnival and that the Year 4's are on retreat. You are still expected to attend the rehearsal and I will dismiss you at 8.35am so that you are ready to leave for your respective excursions.

Some members of the Band and Senior Choir need to remember that they are dropped off early for rehearsals, not for socializing in the quad. You should be waiting outside the music room for the door to open. I should not have to send another student to find you and bring you to rehearsal. Thank you for your cooperation.

Musical ensembles work as a team. Please don't let the team down. Have you practised today?


On Thursday 6 June, the school will be holding a bring a gold coin and wear free dress day to raise money for the Archbishop's Lifelink Appeal. Lifelink agencies help thousands of people in Western Australia every year and our contribution will help these organisations, many of which operate only through the generosity of the public. Going home today is an envelope in which families can make a donation to the Lifelink Appeal. Please send any donations to the school office and we will forward them on. Envelopes need to be returned to school by Friday 21 June. Thank you for your support of this worthy cause. Andrea Woodgate, Assistant Principal.


Wednesday 05/06/2013 - Michelle Monteiro, Paola Mena, Michelle Keyt

Thursday 06/06/2013 - Annie Ting, Marlene Malesic, Katrina Cooper


Friday 31 May and Tuesday 4 June. The centre opens at 7.30am on pupil free days OSHC are taking bookings for pupil free days. On Friday 31 May the children will go on an excursion to the Bean Bag Cinemas. Book early to avoid disappointment as we can only take 40 children on this day. Children must bring a healthy lunch, water bottle and a hat on both days.


A reminder that the Uniform Shop is open on a Tuesday morning from 8.30am - 10.30am and that the Uniform Shop are now responsible for the hire of white t-shirts for sporting events.

A black shopping bag with a blue butterfly on the front was left at the Uniform Shop containing second hand items. The Pre Loved Form does not have a name or any details. Can you please identify yourself so that we can process these items. Thank you.


Wondering what to do this long weekend? Head in to the Perth Cultural Centre where AWESOME will be running lots of free activities for young people and their grown-ups from 10.00am - 4.00pm on Monday 3 June as part of Celebrate WA's WA Day activities.


Monday 3 June from 11.00am - 3.00pm. Come along for a family fun picnic day celebrating all things Western Australian including stakeholder groups of the TS Canning Naval Cadets, Scouts, Woodloes Museum, Canning River Region Park Volunteers, Castledare Railway, and the Australian Model Ships Society. A Free City of Canning Event. More information at


First in practical parenting. Behaviour Tonics are running the following courses at their rooms in Wembley. Bullying - Don't Just Stand There Tuesday 11 June (7.00pm to 9.30pm), Engaging Adolescents (11 to 16yo) 12, 19 and 26 June from 7.00pm to 9.30pm. Protective Behaviours Monday 17 & 24 June from 7.00pm to 9.30pm. Growing Your Kids Socially (3 to 7 yo), Thursday 13 & 20 June from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. 1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching Parent Course 18 & 25 June & 2 July from 7.00pm to 9.30pm (2 to 5 yrs) 8, 10 & 15 July, from 7.00pm to 9.30pm (2 to 12 yrs). Private Consultations available. To enquire / register call 9382 1182 or go to


The Caribbean Australian Association Inc presents A Pantomime Robinson Crusoe at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre, Lot 13 Murdoch Road, Thornlie WA 6108. Friday 28 June at 7.30pm, Saturday 29 June at 7.00pm, Sunday 30 June at 2.00pm. Cost is $20 per adult. $15 per child (under 14). Drinks and snacks on sale. Bookings are essential. Tickets available from Natalie Perry. Email