Dear Parents and Caregivers
This will be our final newsletter for the term and it is hard to believe that we are almost halfway through the year and what a wonderful way to end the term, with the focus on Wellness this whole week.  Our students and staff have been engaged in so many wonderful activities.  There have been buddy activities, lots of relaxing, deep breathing and mindful movement; a Puzzle & Trivia day; Class Discos; Fancy Fashion  Free Dress Day – with all activities focusing on ‘Kindness & Heart Activities’.  The large staff Wellness Team have also been looking after their colleagues wellness with –  ‘Munchy Monday’,  where they organised a Subway lunch; ‘Tasty Tuesday’ where we began the day with an amazing breakfast and more snacks after our Staff Meeting in the afternoon; ‘Thirsty Thursday’ where we enjoyed some quality time together drinking some creative mocktails after school and ending the fantastic week with Fashion Friday.  After such an interesting and unexpected three months this last week of term has been a blessing!

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Dear Parents and Caregivers

One more week to go and as we come to the end of Term Two, I would like to thank all our students, families and staff for their outstanding efforts this semester. I am sure everyone is more than ready for a calm and relaxing holiday. I hope we get many nice sunny days for us all to get out and about, keeping abreast of government restrictions, but hopefully able to enjoy many beautiful camping grounds, natural adventure playgrounds and spacious parks.

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Dear Parents and Caregivers

I once again thank you for your continued support, patience and encouragement during this period of ever changing routines and conditions, surrounding COVID-19. Ensuring meaningful learning experiences for our students is always at the forefront of all our thinking, planning and delivery of the curriculum and one of the big positives that has emerged due to our current health challenges has been the agility demonstrated by students, staff and parents in developing and enhancing their own capacity through incredible commitment and creativity.

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Dear Parents and Caregivers
It has been wonderful watching our students settling back into school these past few weeks.  Each day, our school routines and practices are returning to a different but smooth ‘normal’.  The sound of children at play and engaged in learning is music to our ears!

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Dear Parents and Caregivers

We have achieved great things this week and the energy around the school has been lifting each day as our numbers have grown to almost a full cohort.  There has been a great display of patience and resilience by all members of our community as we manage the changes and challenges that each day brings, especially for the young people entrusted into our care. 

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Dear Parents and Caregivers     
I trust that you have had a relaxing and quiet holiday break.  Although different from most other holidays, my hope is that all families enjoyed quality time together finding joy in the company of one another. 

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Dear Families                                
As we come to the end of Term One, I would like to thank all students, parents and families who have contributed to the success of the various events that have been part of our school program.

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Dear Families                                
We celebrated Harmony Day this Monday along with our Flag Presentation Ceremony when Jessica Stojkovski, Member for Kingsley, presented the National, Western Australian and Aboriginal flags to our community.

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Dear Families                                
The season of Lent is upon us again and it is a time for us to focus intentionally on what helps or hinders our commitment to Christ.  It may be better not to give up something but to take on something, to build our spiritual muscles.  At the beginning of Lent the first thought of many adult Catholics is to give something up and the standard was to give up chocolate of other sweet temptations.  A colleague of mine told me that he had urged his children to move beyond giving up sweet treats and to focus on giving up something that made others around them unhappy. 

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Dear Families 
Thank you for the important role you play each year to ensure that partnerships with our whole community have been established to strengthen the links between our school and the home.

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