Prayer - Primary - 2 (2)

FAITH          TRUST          RESPECT          MERCY

Our Leadership Team

From the Principal's Desk

Dear Parents, Caregivers, Staff and Students,

The season of Advent begins on Sunday 28 November.  Advent is a reminder to all Christians of the sacred meaning of Christmas.  Despite all the preparations taking place around us all, for example,  buying presents and preparing for parties and gatherings, Advent reminds Christians to remember and prepare for the birth of Jesus.  Extending over the four Sundays before Christmas.  The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, “to come to”, and refers to the coming of Christ.  The term ‘the coming’ includes three references:  first - to our celebration of Christ’s birth at Christmas; second – to the coming of Christ in our lives through grace and the Sacrament of Holy Communion; and finally, to His second coming at the end of time.  Our preparations, therefore, should have all three comings in mind.  We need to prepare our souls to receive Christ worthily.

Our Annual Community Meeting and election of School Advisory Council members and the P&F & SAC AGMs will be held on Monday 29 November at 6.30pm in the Ahern Centre.  I encourage all parents to attend as our School Advisory Council Chairperson, Mr Basil Manganaro will be sharing his Annual Report with the community and our Treasurer, Ms Clare Coombe will be presenting the financial overview of the year. I will also be sharing ‘The Year That Was’.

We met all our 2022 Pre Kindy and Kindy parents, over the last couple of Wednesdays to share information about all the exciting experiences the children will be involved in next year.   The Kindy parent session was a new model as the parents spent some time in the Ahern Centre and then went down to the Kindy area to mingle and get to know one another and the ELC environment. They were then invited back to the Ahern Centre which was set up for them to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a tasty bite to eat! It was lovely to see many familiar faces amongst all the first time Liwara families.

To all our current families, if your child is eligible to enter our Pre Kindy or Kindy program in 2022 and you have not yet contacted the school, please do this as soon as possible.  Karen Rosser, our Enrolment Officer, will be in touch with you to support you with the application process.

MAIN ROADS:  I hosted a meeting at the school this week with representative from Main Roads, Santelli Architects and Barnao Property Managers to discuss the progress with the proposed Principal Shared Pathway (PSP) and agree to a final design for the completion of the works for the bottom carpark that they need to address as part of the project.  Main Roads via H2H will probably be undertaking the works once an agreement of the design is finalised.  The architect presented the proposal for the redesign of the carpark to accommodate the bays we will be losing for the PSP and is waiting for the 100% Main Roads drawing so he can combine the two plans. Main Roads are going to send through a community update to me in the next week or so to share with our families.  As soon as I receive this I will share it with the school community.

From The Assistant Principals' Desk

2021 NIPSSA Summer Carnival

 On Thursday 25th November, all Year 6 students participated in the annual NIPSSA Interschool Summer Carnival in three sports – Beach Volleyball, Cricket and Tennis. All teams were well represented in their respective sports and, although a participatory carnival without team points, both of our tennis teams received accolades for their success in their respective groups at the end of the day. A big thanks to the teachers for their efforts to prepare the teams for the day and well done to all the competitors for the outstanding way they represented the school both on and off the field/courts.

Graduation Assembly

All are invited to attend the annual Year 6 Graduation Assembly to be held in the Ahern Centre on Friday 3rd December commencing at 9.00am. This is always an entertaining experience.

Thanksgiving Mass & Graduation Ceremony

The Year 6 Thanksgiving Mass and Graduation will take place in the All Saints Church on Wednesday 8th December commencing at 6pm. We offer a very big congratulations to all the Graduands who will be celebrating such an important occasion at this time. An early thanks to the Year 6 teachers (Mrs McGavigan and Mrs Huntington) for their efforts in organising this event.

End of Year Thanksgiving Mass

The whole school will celebrate the end of the school year with a Thanksgiving Mass on Friday 10th December commencing at 11.15am in the All Saints Church. The school Values Awards (Faith) for each class (excluding Yr 6) will be presented at the conclusion of this Mass. The Year 3 classes will be organising this Mass and wish to invite all who are able to attend.

End of Year Excursions/Incursions

All year levels will be celebrating the end of the school year with incursions/excursions at various times during the final week of the term. All families will be receiving detailed information from individual class teachers:

  • Kindy & Pre-Primary – Tuesday 7th December
  • Year 3 – Tuesday 7th December
  • Year 1 – Wednesday 8th December
  • Year 2 – Thursday 9th December
  • Years 4 & 5 – Thursday 9th December
  • Year 6– Friday 10th December

Student SEQTA Reports

Parents will be able to access their children’s academic reports online via SEQTA from 4pm on Friday 10th December. Further details to follow later.

Important Dates

Term 4 

November 26 - Nativity Assembly

November 29 - Annual Community Meeting

December 1 - Parents and Caregivers Morning Tea

December 3 - Graduation Assembly

December 6 - Pre Primary 2022 Information Session

December 8 - Thanksgiving Mass & Graduation

December 10 - End of Term Mass & Last day for students


Our Classroom news

From Year 4

Our Excursion to Constitutional House

On Wednesday November 3rd the Year 4 students visited Constitutional house in West Perth to learn all about the levels of government and how the Constitution of Western Australia came to be. We did a fun treasure hunt, learning about the history and collected puzzle pieces along to way to win a prize. Then, we had a wonderful session with the very knowledgeable , Remi, about the work of local governments. We played lots of games and even got to suggest ways the local council could work better for us! When we got back to class we wrote about what we had learned

treasure hunt
fish sorting

Then, we went to nearby Kings Park for lunch and a play. We played lots of fun games and even got everyone in year 4 on the giant web.

Charli- “I had lots of fun learning about the different types of government”

Jarvis- “ I really enjoyed learning about the history of the government and going to King’s Park”

Jai- “I liked the treasure hunt where we put together the puzzle pieces. I also enjoyed going to Kings Park”

fire engine
Kings park 1

Canteen News

We received these lovely carrots from the school gardeners last week, thank you for bringing your lovely produce into the canteen for us.

As there are now only eight more days of the school canteen operating, we will begin to run out of certain menu items for this year.   This is so we can close down our freezers and canteen for the holidays.   We apologise in advance if your favourites are not available but assure you they will be back next year.

We are planning a few Christmas specials in the last few weeks so bring your spare change and see what surprises we have on offer.

We have had quite a few volunteers not turning up on their rostered days, please take a note of the day that you are rostered on.  All help is very much appreciated at this time of year.

We are still needing two volunteers to help on Friday 10th December, being the last day of term and will need at least one of these volunteers to be available for the majority of the day as this day is particularly busy.    Thank you in advance and also for supporting us throughout the year either by volunteering or purchasing our lunch and recess items.   We certainly have a wonderful group of helpers at Liwara.

Have a safe and wonderful holiday,

Deb & Cathy

Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) - Vacation Care

The Vacation Care program is now available.  The program includes -

  • A Cuddly Animal Farm Incursion
  • Water Splash Day
  • Zombie Survival Day
  • Bop 'til You Drop Incursion
  • Archery Incursion
  • Kinetic Kites Incursion
  • Army Bootcamp Incursion
  • Scitech Space Adventure Incursion

Please book early to secure your place.

Vacation Care December 2021 and January 2022 Program and Booking Form


Special Events Ministry

The Special Events Ministry are proud to announce that the recent Cupcake Stall raised $800 for the Starlight Foundation.

Well done team .......

Extra Curricular Activities

Uniform Shop

Opening Times

The uniform shop is open for your uniform requirements during school terms on Thursday between 8.15am - 9.00am.

Ordering Details

Uniform order forms can be found on the school website Full payment is required when you place the order and items will be delivered to your child's class on arrival.  If you have any questions about uniforms please send them via email to or call 9204 1701

Parents & Friends News

Click on the image to view the latest P & F Newsletter.



All of our students are covered for 24 Hour Accident Insurance through Catholic Church Insurance Ltd. Students are covered even if the injury occurs out of school hours. Claims can be made online using the link - OR download and complete the PDF and return it to the School Office. CCI School Care

All Saints' Parish News

All Saints' Catholic Church

ADDRESS: 7 Liwara Place, GREENWOOD WA 6024​
TELEPHONE: 0466604754

PARISH OFFICE OPENING TIMES: Monday, Wednesday ​& Friday - 10.00am to 3.00pm​

MASSES: Monday – Friday 6.00am & 9.00am​

Saturday – Vigil -6.00pm​
Sunday – 7.30am, 9.30am, 10.30am  & 5.30pm​
(Anointing every 2nd Saturday of the month)​

Reconciliation: Saturday 9.30am – 10.00am & ​5.00pm – 5.30pm or by request​

Church Cleaning

All Saints Catholic Church is looking for volunteers to join their cleaning crew! As a volunteer, you will be given a cleaning task that will take you 30-60 mins and you will be on roster once every 7 weeks. You can clean at a time that suits you best. If you can help, contact Heidy Verweij, 046 6251 314 or


Are you an adult thinking about becoming a Catholic?

Not sure where to begin? Like to find out more without obligation or pressure? If you are interested, in discovering what the Church has to offer or for further information, please contact Fr Elver (0466 604 754) or Juliet Southgate (6113 2799)

24:7 Greenwood Youth Group

For all youth in Years 6-12

This Sunday 6:30pm-8:00pm at the Church meeting room

Click on the links to download the latest newsletters.

24-7 Greenwood Update 21 Nov 2021

24-7 Greenwood 14th November 2021

Call Anthony on 0455 108 885 or Georgia on 0458 197 685 for more information

God bless,

Anthony and Georgia

24:7 Greenwood Youth Ministers


Uniform Shop