St Luke's Catholic Primary School
Catholic Primary School
School News Issue 18
Congratulations to the following staff and students who have celebrated their birthdays during this week.
Eve Kallis 2B, Sienna Merton 5B, Mikayla Geneve 5W, Lane Murphy 6W, Jai Canal 3B, Leo Thomas PPB, Layla Nash 1B, Hayden Fowler PPW, Taya Croxall 1W, Trinity Vella-Shaylor 4W, Mrs Smith Year 2.
SCHOOL FEES REMINDER
Just a reminder to families that Semester 1 School Fees were due on the 25th May. If you have not made alternative arrangements please see to this asap.
What a fantastic day we had at the Lightning Carnival last Thursday.
The students were terrific in their sporting efforts and their behaviour
We were fortunate to have hard working staff helping the students and some great parents who also coached. All the feedback from other schools has been very positive. Well done everyone!
This Friday we will take our Cross Country stars to Mawson Park to see them run in the Interschool Carnival. We leave at 8.40 and return at 2.00pm.
Year 2 students will need to come back to school after their events.
Rob Noseda PE
St Luke’s has successfully met the requirements to become an Accreditated Waste Wise School for 2018. This is in recognition of our school’s efforts to reduce waste and develop positive environmental values and long-term behaviour change in our school community.
Tania Farcich – Sustainability Coordinator
Year 2 Liturgical Choir
Catholic Performing Arts Festival
Our Year 2 children will perform in the Catholic Performing Arts Festival 2018. They are currently preparing two liturgical songs in their music classes and will perform in the Sacred Choral Music Section (primary) at St Benedict’s Parish, Applecross. Our performance date and time, is yet to be finalised but will take place between Monday August 6 and Wednesday August 8. Parents are welcome to attend.
Further information regarding this performance will follow soon.
SOCIAL WORKER NEWS
Parenting Ideas Insight – Please click on the link below for information for dealing with video game crazes.
Social Worker Ann Peart
UNIFORM SHOP NEWS