Safety Message – WA Police re: Crossing on Canning H’way near Windsor Rd
Please be advised: Only one warden will be available until further notice. No crossing guard will be in attendance on Friday 17 June.
Please take appropriate action and be vigilant whilst crossing without a warden present.
Communications will be sent out next week after we look at the most frequently watched app on any Phys Ed Teachers phone, the BOM site. The Lightning Carnival is schedule for Friday 17th with the aim of scheduling the Cross Country the week after. We do understand the importance of communicating the new date at the earliest possible time.
I would also like to apologise for not communicating to the School Community and hard-working Barristers from the DoRK’s that Fridays assembly had been cancelled.
Some of our senior students will be participating in an interschool AFL, Netball and Soccer competition on Friday 17 June. This will be an all-day event.
If your child is participating, please could you make sure your child’s lunch order is cancelled.
City of Fremantle’s 2022 Freo Builds School Competition.
Asha, in year 3 is one of six finalists in the City of Fremantle’s 2022 Freo Builds School Competition. One of Perth’s top LEGO® builders will transformAsha’s design into an original 3D LEGO® creation!If her LEGO® creation attracts the most votes, she will WIN The Ultimate Excursion to Freo for her whole class!
You can vote for Asha’s creation when you complete the ‘Freo Builds’ July school holidays trail (running 4 – 17 July). Plus, there will be prizes to be won for simply voting and a free LEGO® toy for each child upon completing the trail! Registrations open Thursday 16 June through visitfremantle.com.au.
Good luck Asha!
LEGO COMPETITION – WINTER SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Fremantle Rotary is organizing a LEGOÒ competition for the students from four local primary schools on Sunday 10 July commencing at 11.30 at Richmond Primary School. Please see further information and registration link here. There are a limited number of spaces available. There will be prizes for first and second place in each of the categories and SUPER HERO judges! The kiosk will be open and there will be a LEGO play area for families. All funds go towards Rotary projects helping those in need. We would like to thank Richmond PS for the use of their venue, tables and kiosk and to ToyWorld Fremantle for discounted LEGO prizes and the play LEGO.
Give a Damn Give a Can Appeal
This year’s collection raised nearly $8000 worth of canned goods. All the cans collected have been given to St Patrick’s Community Support Centre to help feed people living in the community who are homeless.
Thank you for your generosity.
The Conference Room looks like a second-hand clothes store with the amount of lost property collected over the past month, which has coincided with the colder weather and Hoodie season. The strategy of returning lost property is not effective in the long term as students need take responsibility for all their possessions.
Each Australian consumes an average of 27 kilograms of new clothing per year and disposes an average 23 kilograms of clothing to landfill each year, that is nowhere near what we want. As an Environment team we’re trying to help reduce landfill. Please make sure your uniform items and any rain jackets and shoes are named. Check lost property for your missing uniform items regularly, donate outgrown clothes to friends, family or op shops and school uniform items can be recycled at the school.
Italian Festival 2022 Primary School Student’s Competition
Bonisimo Fantastico !!!
Congratulations to the students who received a Certificate of Merit for their Italian Shop Front designs. Certificates will be handed out to all winners at the next assembly.
Should your child wish to have their picture returned, please could you contact the Italo-Australian Welfare & Cultural Centre on 9228 2220 before Thursday 28 July. Designs will need to be collected from 209 Fitzgerald Street, Perth.
Edu Dance Concerts Timetable – 23 & 24 June
Timetable is on the noticeboard outside Rooms 12 and 13. Class teachers will advise students.
Kiss and Drop on Osborne Road
We are still receiving reports of parents parking in the Kiss and Drop and leaving their vehicle unattended, usually in the mornings. The drive through area is a 2 minute drop off and collection point. Please do not use this area as a parking bay. Staff and the Rangers will be monitoring the area over the next few weeks, and we are working to long-term solution in the future.
Have a great weekend!