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St Luke's Catholic Primary School


17 Duffy Terrace
Woodvale WA 6026
9306 6600

St Luke's

Catholic Primary School


School News Issue 28


Congratulations to the following students and staff who are celebrating their birthdays during this week.

Daniella Howe 1W, Logan Robinson 2W, Joel Lucas 6B, Hayley Bulloch 3W, Sofia Ballerini 5B, Eden Dagnall 5B, Abbey Dudarz 4W, Ryan Rowe KW, Hayley Johnson 1B, Jorja Kimber 4B, Nate Campbell 4W, Zofie Ness 3W.


Athletics Carnival 2018

The Athletics Carnival is a culmination of many weeks practise by all the students.The older children have being doing jumps, throws and timed runs to gain points for their factions, to qualify for Inter-school Athletics and possibly become Champion Boy or Girl for their year group. We applaud everyone’s efforts, every person has contributed and while all students are trying their best the expectation is that everyone shows respect for other competitors and teams and of course all those people who help out. We are looking forward to a great day of competition and hopefully good weather. We have a lunch break when the children can sit with their family.

Click on this link to view our programme

Click on this link for the Race Lists

Rob Noseda – Phys Ed 


Recycling – Batteries & Aluminium

We now have two new recycling bins at St Luke’s. Outside the office there is a battery recycling bin to deposit any batteries and keep them out of landfill. The second bin is an aluminium recycling bin. In this bin you can deposit cans that are cleaned and crushed or just the ring pulls from cans. All of the aluminium will be donated to ‘Wheelchairs for Kids’. This group of volunteers operate in Wangara and they make and supply wheelchairs to disadvantaged children all over the world. Here’s their website if you want to know more:


SCHOOL BANKING PROGRAMME – Moving to Thursday Mornings in Term 4

Currently : Wednesday Mornings 8.10am-8.35am – Outside the School Library in the undercover area
Term 4 – Week 1 – Onwards : Thursday Mornings 8.10am-8.35am – Outside the School Library in the undercover area

Due to the Commonwealth tightening security surrounding youthsaver accounts, we now have to process all banking on the school premises, as such we have had 2 fabulous new volunteers come forward to assist with this. Thus to ensure we have enough volunteers to continue this amazing program for our children we are moving banking day to Thursdays. We thank you in advance for your support with this move.

This is a great program encouraging children to develop regular savings habits. There are amazing rewards for regular savers, after 10 deposits have been made (a silver token is collected each time) the children can select reward items. It is easy to get started as you can open a ‘youthsaver’ account online by going to, or by visiting a branch. If you open an account online a yellow Dollarmites deposit wallet and deposit book will be sent to you (within 6-10 days) along with a voucher to collect a Platy Money Box from their local branch. Just ensure you fill in your BSB and Account Number, or bring it with you and we can give you a deposit book (if yours hasn’t arrived in time for banking).

Volunteers are always welcome – please let us know if you can spare 25mins twice a term.

Hayley, Michelle and Amelia
School Banking Co-ordinators


Vicki and Marianne are looking for someone to help them co-ordinate the “Pie Days” next year.
You will need to be able to commit to doing a Tuesday morning and Wednesday for most of the day every third week of the second and third term.
It is not difficult and the kids love getting a lunch time treat once a week and all proceeds go to the P&F.
Please contact Vicki 04067847508 or Marianne 0402905824 for more details.


Congratulations to the following students who received awards for their achievements this netball season:

Best & Fairest
Ella Buckingham – Team 1
Ashleigh Firth – Team 2
Leah McDonough – Team 3
Mia Brown – Team 4
Matilda Mackie – Team 5

Coaches Award
Daniella Tasselli – Team 1
Kirra Francis – Team 2
Emily Walker – Team 3
Sierra Chapman – Team 4
Natalia Manzone – Team 5

Congratulations and best of luck to St Luke’s Team 2 who are playing in the Grand Final this Saturday at 11am. They are playing on court 18 for anyone in the St Luke’s community who would like to come to the Kingsway courts to cheer them on.

SAMARITAN’S PURSE – Operation Christmas Child – Shoebox Appeal

Our wonderful cohort of Year 6s are coordinating the 2018 Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Appeal. A few years ago this appeal was a huge success with the whole school community and we are hoping with your support it will once again be just as successful.

Operation Christmas Child (OCC) is a project of Samaritan’s Purse. It partners with local churches in developing nations to reach out to children by providing gift-filled shoeboxes and bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Shoe boxes will be available for purchase every morning before school (as of Wednesday, 29th August) in the under cover area as well as after each Friday’s assembly. Shoe boxes cost $10.50, this includes the cost of the box and postage. Once the boxes are filled, they are to be returned to Year 6. All boxes need to be returned no later than Thursday, 25th October.

Gift suggestions – all items are to be new – something to wear (tshirt, shorts, skirt, cap), soft toys/dolls, plastic dress jewellery, stationary, craft resources, torch, balls, toy cars, skipping ropes, marbles, yo-yo, finger puppets, personal hygiene items (soap, face washer, toothbrush, hairbrush, comb, scrunchies, hairclips etc

Please be aware boxes cannot contain – used or damaged items, items that leak or melt (including toothpaste, shampoo, crayons, playdough), food or lollies of any kind, breakable items, items that can scare or harm (masks, toy guns/knives, military figures), play money, playing cards, dominoes, religious items of any kind

Below are some links to clips/information which will provide you with further details.
Samaritans Purse – Operation Christmas Child Website

How to Pack a Shoe Box Clip (All ages)

30 Second Overview Clip (All ages)

Real Stories (Have your tissues ready)
Julie’s Story (All ages) –
Lejla’s Story – (Year 5 upwards) –
The appeal is an excellent opportunity for students to be actively involved in social justice. We appreciate your assistance and support with this rewarding and worthy cause. If you have any queries, please direct them to the Year 6 teachers.

Trish Main and Jo Fieldhouse


We would love you to join us for our 30th Anniversary on Thursday 18th October !!! Please either call or click on the email address on the invitation below, if you would like to RSVP-


“All past and present members of the WCPS community are invited to the 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner on 12th October. To book your ticket, please go to…/…
PASSCODE: wcps2018. Please feel free to share this post with other community members


Keyed Up Music teach Guitar Lessons on Wednesday and Thursday after school at St Luke’s. Lessons start from $18.10 for a group lesson of 3, $22.55 for a shared lesson and $33.00 for an individual lesson. If you are interested please ring Therese on 1300 366 243 or enrol at


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