School News Issue 16
Congratulations to the following students and staff who are celebrating their birthdays during the week.
Scarlett Stampalia PPB, Jack Tait PPW, Audrey Rebullar KB, Sasha Hutchinson 5W, Amelie Borrello KB, Ella Briggs PPW, Caitlyn Vella 1W, Rebecca Calder 1W, Alistair Tait 1W, Blake Butko 3B, Mrs Thomson Staff.
SCHOOL PHOTO DAYS ARE NEXT WEEK
Our school photo days are on Tues 11th and Wed 12th June! Every student will have received a Kapture Photography flyer to bring home. The only method of ordering your photos is online through Kapture’s website as your payment is secure and can be easily verified at any time
SIBLING ORDERS CAN ONLY BE PLACED ONLINE: Late requests cannot be granted.
You have the option to order a sibling photo package online, however please note sibling orders will close @midday sharp on Monday 10th June. We suggest you place your sibling order as soon as you receive your flyer with your order instructions as places are limited.
You can place an order online for class or individual photographs at any time for the remainder of the current school year however a $15 fee will apply if you order more than 10 days after photography.
Kapture offer a money back guarantee for any parent who is not fully satisfied with their photo package. Should you have any queries before or after photo day, please direct them to the Kapture office on 9240 1714 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students will be photographed individually on photo day for school administration records AS WELL as included in their class group photo available for purchase to all families. Should there be any reason why your child should NOT be included in the photo shoot –please contact the school office.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION NEWS
Tomorrow we participate in the NIPSSA Winter Carnival at Kingsway from 10.00 to 2.00pm, buses leave at 9.00. Good luck to everyone.
Many thanks to our parents who have given up their time to train and coach teams, and to the staff who have done the same.
Wet weather is predicted late but we will not cancel even if it arrives early.
Cross Country Training will take place after school today and next Wednesday from 3.00 to 4.00pm
ROB NOSEDA- Physical Education
• Cherry Tomatoes – Mrs Papiccio has been very busy growing pomodori (tomatoes) in her garden next to the Library. There will be small bags of cherry tomatoes for sale at the market stall this Friday.
• Organic Waste – 5W, who currently empty the organic waste bins, have mentioned that there is a lot of whole pieces of food in the organic waste bin that has not been eaten at all eg. muffins still in their wrapping, whole pieces of fruit, whole sandwiches.
Tania Farcich- Science and Sustainability
SOCIAL WORKER NEWS
For information on how to create healthy digital habits in your kids please click on this link-http://www.stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au/pdf/newsletters/attachments/newsletter_190605_01.pdf
Ann Peart – Social Worker
Week 4 Assembly Performances
Congratulations to our Band, Choir and pianists who performed so beautifully at last week’s assembly. Mrs Williams’ pianists were well prepared and confident in their performances and showcased a great range of repertoire available to the piano. Our Band performed for the first time with some Blues which included solos from Adam Hoang on keys, Abigail Leeks and Alyssa Zimmermann on vocals and Julian Pugliese on drumkit. Our beautiful Choir performed a wonderful arrangement of This Little Light of Mine with solos from Ruby Anderson, Matilda Mackie and Addison Bidwell.
The whole school sang Message Song, written by Mater Dei College, for Sorry Day.
It was a wonderful occasion to celebrate some of the fabulous music making happening at St Luke’s.
CHOIR- One Big Voice Festival
Students can log in to www.onebigvoice.com.au using the password ‘rain’ to access music and choreography. We are performing in the matinee session on Friday August 30.
We currently offer instrumental tuition on piano, flute, guitar, violin and drumkit. Please contact our tutors below for further information.
Kim Williams (Piano/ flute) Kim is familiar with the AMEB Prac & Theory, Suzuki systems. Kim has 20 years experience.
0408 946 793 email@example.com
Nami Ogishima (violin) Nami is a frequent member on both violin and viola with the Fremantle Chamber Orchestra, Perth Symphony Orchestra, OperaBox Orchestra and the Gilbert and Sullivan Orchestra. She is familiar with the AMEB, ABRSM and Suzuki systems, and ideally tries to tailor lessons using aspects of each to suit an individual student.
firstname.lastname@example.org 0435 284 971
Keyed Up Music (guitar) Prices start at $18.10 for a Guitar group lesson, for more information please contact Therese 1300 366 243
To enrol go to www.keyedupmusic.com.au/enrolment
Christian Lombardi (drumkit) Christian has an Advanced Diploma of Contemporary Music and a Bachelor of Performing Arts (WAAPA). He is also teaches with Forte School Of Music Joondalup.
email@example.com 0451 422 769
REBECCA LONGBOTTOM- Music Teacher
GROWING UP ONLINE – FREE PARENT PRESENTATION AT SACRED HEART COLLEGE – MONDAY 10TH JUNE 7PM
Sacred Heart College have invited Susan McLean, a well-known ex-policewoman / turned national media voice on cybersafety to their school on Monday 10 June for a 90 minute Parent Presentation from 7pm. They are extending an invite to our school community. For information please click on this link-http://www.stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au/pdf/newsletters/attachments/newsletter_190529_02.pdf
This is a free ticketed event, however, please register via this link– Parent Free Ticket – https://tickets.rndmpac.com.au/events
UNIFORM SHOP NEWS
Optional Winter Jackets and Tights are now available for purchase through the uniform shop. As these items are only available by special order we ask that before making purchases families take care to read all the information on the order forms which can be found at these links- http://www.stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au/pdf/uniform_winterjacket.pdf
JODI LYRA Uniform Shop Manager
Thank you to everyone who has supported the St Luke’s Footy Tipping competition this year.
If you haven’t had the chance to sign up it is not too late.
Please note that due to numbers, the weekly prize will be $25.00 and at the end of the season there will be cash prizes for the first, second and third best tippers.
Registration Forms can be found in the front office or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Administration Officer – Catholic School Parents WA
If you’re passionate about helping parents and parent communities in Catholic schools, and if you would enjoy a varied and challenging role, then this may be the job for you!
The position is for 15 hours per week, during school terms only. The full advert and job description can be found on our website www.csp.wa.edu.au Applications close 5pm on Friday 14 June 2019.
Initial enquiries and applications can be directed to Siobhan Allen (Executive Director) on
0409 025 683 or email email@example.com
Don’t forget to check out our community news which is linked with the Newsletter tab!!!! This will give you information on out of school activities that your children may like to join.
MERCEDES COLLEGE PRODUCTION – WICKED
Mercedes College is proud to present its 2019 Production of Wicked. Featuring a cast of over 70, this musical is coming to the Regal Theatre in Subiaco for 4 performances only, from Friday 2 August. Tickets are available at http://www.ticketek.com.au
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