Term 2, Week1

Welcome Back!

We hope you spent some quality time with your family over the holidays and feel re-energised for the term ahead. Staff are looking forward to welcoming back our lovely students tomorrow 🙂! We have planned a fun-packed Term 2 and look forward to the many learning opportunities ahead.

As you would be aware, the government has made new announcements today in relation to restrictions. Please note that we are waiting for further information from AISWA (Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia) before announcing any changes to our current school COVID-19 protocols. As always, we appreciate your patience, understanding and support as we work through any changes.

Kind regards

The Primary Leadership Team

 

ANZAC Day Service

Our traditional ANZAC Day ‘dawn’ Service will take place this Friday 29 April at 7.45am, on the slope near the Administration building (near the flag poles). We would like to extend an invitation to you, your family and your friends to reflect and remember with respect, dignity and prayer those who have sacrificed for our country.

 

Primary Interhouse Cross Country (Year 2 – 6) 

Our Interhouse Cross Country will be taking place on Friday 29 April (Week 1, Term 2) for all students in Year 2 – 6. In light of the current climate and restrictions, this year’s Interhouse Cross Country has been modified appropriately, in order for our students to have the opportunity to participate. Year groups will participate in the Cross Country at allocated times throughout the day. The course will be contained within the school boundaries and students will run around a 500m track on the secondary oval.

What to Wear:

  • House Sport Uniform (Physical Education shorts and House shirt)
  • Appropriate running shoes

What to Bring:

  • Clearly marked hat and water bottle 

Spectators

We are pleased to inform you that parents/guardians will be able to spectate from a distance. Parents/guardians may only spectate their own child’s race and must leave promptly at the end of the race. Parents/guardians will only be permitted to spectate from a designated area on the far side of the oval (closest to the road).

Icy Poles

As you may be aware the proceeds collected from the sale of icy poles are given to charity organisations. Due to the increased price of sourcing our icy poles, we have made the decision to increase the cost to $1.00 per icy pole. This will ensure that we are still in a position to donate to charity. Our captains will be selling icy poles this Friday during Recess.

Many thanks

Madame Pilote

Reminder to Parents and Carers

A friendly reminder to parents and carers to please drive slowly in the car park before and after school in order to ensure the safety of our children.

 

Mother’s Day Stall

More information will follow later this week in relation to timing of the stall and pricing of gifts. Looking forward to another very successful Mother’s Day stall!

 

 

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