The next meeting is on Tuesday 17th May at 7pm.
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.
Forms for orders will be electronic and payments are to be made through direct bank transfer only. All details will be on the form sent out next week.
CSPWA Wine Fundraiser
To kickstart the fundraising this year and to get ready for the Easter school holidays the CSPWA along with Hay Shed Hill Winery are running a wine fundraiser.
The focus for this fundraiser is to raise money to purchase Literacy resources for the school. Each case ordered earns $30-$40 so the more cases ordered the more money we will have to donate to the school to purchase Literacy resources.
If you would like to order, please fill in the order form attached to the newsletter and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms have also been sent home to the eldest in the family today. Please send the order form to family and friends so they can enjoy the fundraising specials and help the CSPWA.
All orders need to be returned before Friday 1st April.
Orders will be ready for collection from the school in week 10 from Wednesday 6th April.
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:
Harvey Kemmy PPW
Annabelle Cornish PPW
Alessia Scagnetti PPW
Henry Garrett 3G
Jack Wilson 3G
Aaliyah Brandis 3G
Grayson Harris 4G
Edmond Cavalli 4W
Zoe Juszkiewicz 4W
Ella Gerick 6G
Katie Kealley 6W
Stella D’Esposito 6W
Jett Matt 6W
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 9 – 30 March
Week 10 – 6 April
Week 9 Alfred Eden
Week 10 Ada Marie
Week 9 Oscar Harstrom
Week 10 Vy Hoang
|PP Green||Week 9 Amelia Gibson|
Week 10 Annabel Harper
Week 9 Vincent Del Borrello
Week 10 Oscar Harris
|Year 1 Green|
Week 9 Joana Gunawan
Week 10 Spencer Landis
|Year 1 White||Week 9 Charlotte de Courcier|
Week 10 Harvey Ferguson
|Year 2 Green||Week 9 Aleksander Tuma|
Week 10 Anh Hoang
|Year 2 White|
Week 9 Davern Laffrey
Week 10 Eveline Zekas-Crooks
|Year 3 Green|
Week 9 Agnes Preedy
Week 10 Spencer Southam
|Year 3 White|
Week 9 Luca Scagnetti
Week 10 Emma Silverman
|Year 4 Green||Week 9 Maya Thompson Mewburn|
Week 10 Seraphim Vu
|Year 4 White||Week 9 Alberto Yanez Del Gesso|
Week 10 Alexis Stewart
|Year 5 Green||Week 9 Fergal Mippy|
Week 10 Milla Robbins
|Year 5 White||Week 9 Khrish Tah|
Week 10 Quinn Wolters
|Year 6 Green|
Week 9 Gabrielle Mazurak
Week 10 Hannah Mutsaers
|Year 6 White|
Week 9 Dylan Peel
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 – email@example.com.
Your continued support is greatly appreciated by our school community.
Pastoral Care Team
Term 1, Week 7
PP Green – Florence Crookes, Celeste Mulherin
PP White – Aurora Cameron, Shevan Wickramanyake
1 Green – Isaiah Chong, Parker Connell
1 White – Amelia Pierre, Hugo Zachar
2 Green – Eve Hamilton, Alexander Lilleyman, Poppy Lillico
2 White – Jude Allison, Asher Felton, Jonathon Truong
3 Green – Richie De Mello, Sofia Restrepo Jaramillo, Alessia Marrapodi
3 White – Mason Campbell, Lana Ly, Ava Scali
4 Green – Natalia Milhinch, Annabelle Ong
4 White – Hannah Gai, Grace Hartus
5 Green – Jack Gilbert, Oliver Landis
5 White – Amelia Dorozenko, Lily Katich, Clyde Peters
6 Green – Kassandra Flexman, Ava Fragomeni, Jack Katich
6 White – Brielle Donovan, Derek Ong
Religious Education and Curriculum News
From our Year 3’s
In Year 3 we are focusing on Lent and Easter in Religion. Lent is a new beginning for the friends of Jesus. It is a time for people to love others as Jesus did and remember what Jesus did in his life. The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday.
Year 3 students displayed the St Columba’s School Value of Respect when they participated in our classroom liturgy for Ash Wednesday. They were reflective when receiving the blessed ashes from Mr Coniglio.
Students designed a poster to show how people pray to become closer to God, help others by doing good work and go without things they like during Lent.
From our Year 1’s
The Year One’s have been doing amazing work with their numbers this term. This week they are focusing on skip counting by 2’s.
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.