The next meeting is on Tuesday 17th May at 7pm.
We have had queries from families who would like to make a contribution to the CSPWA without being involved in purchasing items. This is incredibly generous, and we are always grateful for any donations in whatever form they take.
The CSPWA bank details are below and can be used at anytime to pay online for fundraisers or for contributions. We ask that you include a family name in the description so that we can allocate funds coming into the account
Name – The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth, St Columba’s P&F Association
BSB – 086 006
ACC – 679360271
Term 1 Sausage Sizzle
The first fundraising item on the agenda for 2022 was to be the Swimming Carnival Sausage Sizzle. As the Swimming Carnival has been postponed to term 4, we would still like to hold a sausage sizzle for the students on Tuesday 5th of April to celebrate the end of first term.
Each Sausage Sizzle will cost $3.50 and Juice boxes will also be available for $1 each.
Orders must be submitted via the online form and paid for by 5pm Friday 1st of April. Payment can only be made via EFT using the bank details at the bottom of the form.
St Columba’s Bayswater in conjunction with Hay Shed Hill Wines are running a wine fundraiser to purchase much needed Literacy Resources for the school.
The wines on offer are current release, premium Margaret River Wines by Hay Shed Hill and are offered to the school at a discounted rate, plus a donation of $30-$40 per dozen sold will be given to the school.
Wines will be sent to the school for collection from Wednesday 6th of April. Please complete the form (sent home last week or attached to this newsletter) and email to email@example.com.
Orders close this Friday 1 April.
Online memberships are available again this year. There is currently an Easter promotion with a bonus eGift card when you purchase a membership. Memberships can be purchased online
Together we’re making a difference
At Pharmacy 777, your support makes a difference to your school.
We understand how much your school means to you, that’s why at Pharmacy 777, we’re passionate about making a difference. Our Community Spirit Program makes giving back to your school easier. As a Community Spirit member, for every transaction you make at Pharmacy 777 Bayswater and Maylands, they will give part proceeds back to the school. This contribution accumulates over time and funds raised support causes at the heart of your school. We would encourage all school community members to visit Pharmacy 777 Bayswater and Maylands and join up.
Dear Parents, Carers and Students,
The library is open to STUDENTS in Years 1 – 6 ONLY, every morning before school from 8:15am – 8:45 am.
SORRY NO PARENTS ALLOWED.
The library is a calming and quiet place, making it the perfect spot for students to have a smooth and calming transition in the morning.
Students may like to return and borrow books before school.
Looking forward to seeing you the library.
Junior and Senior LUNCHTIMES
Students may also use this time to exchange their library book.
Just a reminder that students require the school green
‘Homework and Library Bag’ in order to borrow from the Library.
Many students will already have the green school
‘’Homework and Library Bag’ from previous years.
‘Homework and Library Bags’ can be purchased
from the Uniform Shop at a cost of $10.
The library has lots of books needing covering. If you can help by taking a small number of books home to cover, please advise the library. Your help is greatly appreciated by staff and students.
Rita Cuthbert – Library Officer – Library - the original search engine
Happy Birthday to:
To the following students who will be celebrating this coming week:
Sammy Young KW
Riley Wilkey 1W
Cohen Lee 2G
Matilda Meenan 2W
Ava Scali 3W
Sana Bezich 4G
Sam Villamar 4G
Alberto Yanez Del Gesso 4W
Grace Thoms 6G
PASTORAL CARE RAFFLE
The cost is 20c per ticket. 3 tickets being the maximum purchased. Rosters are published each week the Donegal and a copy of the roster is outside each classroom. Please remember the preferable prize is a book not exceeding the value of $10. It has always been the tradition to give a book of any description ie: colouring, joke or novel.
Thank you everyone for always supporting the Pastoral Care Team.
Week 10 – 6 April
Week 10 Ada Marie
Week 10 Vy Hoang
|PP Green||Week 10 Annabel Harper|
Week 10 Oscar Harris
|Year 1 Green|
Week 10 Spencer Landis
|Year 1 White||Week 10 Marcus Chong|
|Year 2 Green||Week 10 Anh Hoang|
|Year 2 White|
Week 10 Eveline Zekas-Crooks
|Year 3 Green|
Week 10 Spencer Southam
|Year 3 White|
Week 10 Emma Silverman
|Year 4 Green||Week 10 Seraphim Vu|
|Year 4 White||Week 10 Alexis Stewart|
|Year 5 Green||Week 10 Milla Robbins|
|Year 5 White||Week 10 Quinn Wolters|
|Year 6 Green|
Week 10 Hannah Mutsaers
|Year 6 White|
Week 10 Alex Ward
If there are any parents out there that love cooking and are able to help us with meals please contact Jeannie – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your continued support is greatly appreciated by our school community.
Pastoral Care Team
Religious Education and Curriculum News
From our Year 2’s
In class, we completed activities at different Prayer Stations as we have been learning about Prayer. In Religion, we learned that Jesus taught his followers to talk to God every day to share their thoughts, feelings, and worries. People can pray alone, with others at any time and in any place.
Our Prayer Stations helped us to understand that we can pray in different ways and for different intentions.
From our Music Specialist
The junior primary music classes have been learning how to read, play and notate the beat and simple rhythm and melodic patterns of selected classroom songs. During Harmony week students explored music from Irish, Ukrainian and Noongar cultures.
The students in Years 3 – 6 have been exploring new rhythm and pitch elements using iPad apps for rhythmic dictation and note naming. They have practised these concepts in drumming activities and performance tasks using keyboards, guitars and marimbas.
We all eagerly await the opportunity to commence choir rehearsals which have been suspended temporarily due to COVID restrictions.
We would love to invite all those children wishing to join us for Columba Runners in Terms 2 and 3 to do so. The first session will be on Monday 2 May at Frank Drago oval 3.10-4.10pm and continue Mondays and Wednesdays. Cost is $30 per child, parents can join free! Prizes awarded based on total kilometers achieved over both terms, including those brave enough parents! Please complete the online registration.
This club is run by volunteers. Any parents who are able to attend and assist with marking laps and encouraging everyone, we would love to have you. Those attending OSHC are also considered, please chat to the lovely Jess.
If your child is in Yr 2 and below, they must be accompanied by a parent or older sibling. It is the responsibility of the parent/caregiver to ensure the safety of the students between school and Frank Drago.
BRICKS 4 KIDZ® will be back in St Columba’s School Bayswater in Term 2 for After School Classes. Attached to this newsletter is a flyer.
Enrolment page is located here:
La Salle College – Transforming tomorrow’s hearts, minds, lives
La Salle College is an innovative Catholic co-education secondary school guided by our Lasallian principles.
The uniqueness of every individual is embraced at our College and our safe, inclusive and welcoming environment enables everyone to learn and flourish in their own distinctive way.
At La Salle College we offer a range of learning programs and academic pathways, as well as opportunities in a multitude of areas such as skill-based and work-based learning, music, arts, sport and extracurricular activities.
Our wonderful facilities and generous outdoor spaces provide an innovative and modern learning environment that inspires our students to explore their potential both within and beyond the classroom.
Our vision for learning is centred on Transforming tomorrow’s hearts, minds and lives.
Through our faith, culture of excellence, values and systems, we equip our students with the tools they need to become life-long learners and positive contributors, voices and leaders in the community beyond their College days.
To learn more about a La Salle College education visit our website at www.lasalle.wa.edu.au.