25 May 2017
Issue Fifteen
Important Dates & Correspondence
Principal's Report
Infant Jesus School
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17 Smith Street
Morley 6062,,

Important Dates

Important Dates and Correspondence

Term 2 2017                                                  


Thursday                             Parish Mass Yrs 1 and 6

25 May                                  STEAM Parent Night Yrs 1-3

                                                 6.30 - 7.30pm


Thursday                           Class Assembly Yr 6

1 June


Monday                             Public Holiday WA Day

5 June


Thursday                         Parish Mass Yrs 2 and 5

8 June


Friday                                Confirmation Retreat

9 June


Saturday                          Confirmation Masses 12 noon

10 June                             and 3pm


Thursday                           Class Assembly Yr 4

15 June


Friday                                  Faction Cross Country

16 June


Tuesday                              P & F Meeting

20 June


Thursday                           Parish Mass Yrs 3 and 4

22 June                               Interschool Winter Carnival 


26-28 June                          Parent/Teacher Interviews


Thursday                              Whole School Mass Yr 1

29 June


Friday                                    End of Term 2

30 June



Uniforms can be purchased from Lowes located at the Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre.


For opening times and online orders go to


Student Free Days 2017

Our tentative dates for Student Free Days for 2017 are as follows:


Term 2 - Monday 24 April      

Term 3 - Monday 17 July

Term 3 - Friday 22 September

Term 4 - Monday 9 October


Parents need to note that these days may change, due to availability of PD requests for staff.




Principal's Report

Feast of the Ascension

Dear Parents,


This coming Sunday is the Feast of the Ascension. On this day, we remember Jesus gathering his disciples around him and charging them with the ministry of going out and not only preaching the good news but being 'good news people' to everyone everywhere.


For many years the Feast of the Ascension was celebrated on the Thursday before the seventh Sunday of Easter. It is now celebrated on the seventh Sunday of Easter. As the Ascension story in the Gospel is the most suitable for children, it is used each liturgical year.

When Jesus was about to leave the disciples in a physical sense, He gave them certain instructions. He called them to be His witnesses. They were asked to tell everyone what they had seen and heard. They were to encourage people to turn away from any sinfulness in their lives and ask for and receive God’s forgiveness.


Jesus did not intend to leave His disciples completely alone to cope with this important mission. He promised them that he will send the Holy Spirit who will be their guide and strength and finally He gives them His blessing.


We, like the disciples, are asked to evangelise – to be Christian witnesses.


How do we spread the Good News in our everyday lives?

Individual Differences

Every day children learn new skills and new ways to relate to people around them. School is an environment where students are challenged to share space with others and sometimes conflicts arise. Conflict is part of daily life. One of the greatest challenges facing parents, carers and teachers is to guide children to resolve individual differences effectively and peacefully. By helping children develop skills to use in conflict situations, parents and teachers are equipping them for success in their future lives.


Effective people resolve conflict in ways that protect relationships, honour the feelings of others and lead to a peaceful resolution. They neither avoid conflict nor do they use power to dominate others in order to win conflict.


Parenting expert Michael Grose advises us that it is useful for parents to help children develop a process to resolve disagreements. When two children have a dispute, they may need adult assistance to help find a solution. He advocates using a process called Face-Up, a process that is both easy to learn and highly effective.

In the Face-Up process children face each other and maintain eye contact. This helps for greater openness and understanding. It generally requires an adult to be present as a third party so parents may need to stick around to make sure it works effectively.  The steps involved in the Face-up process are:


Safety First:

To ensure safety and integrity it is important that both children are calm. Give them time and some help to regain control if they are angry or upset.


Feelings Second:

Using I – messages, children tell each other how they feel about the situation. “I feel awful when you don’t share your toys.”

Focus on the feelings and don’t let it get into recriminations or accusations.

Repeat Third:

Sometimes this process is enough to get a resolution or at least an apology. Repeat this procedure if necessary so both children feel they have been heard.


Resolve Fourth:

State the problem as you see it or as children identify it.  Sometimes children just want to state their case and they will make their own suggestion about resolving it. “You can play with my old toys but I don’t want you playing with my new toys for a while. They’re special.”


Morning Routines

As our mornings are getting colder and darker the challenge of getting our children off to school is more difficult. Believe me I know!


“Come on Fred! Get a move on.

  School starts in ten minutes and you’re not even dressed yet!”


If this scenario sounds familiar then you are not alone. Anecdotal evidence suggests that getting children to school or pre school on time can be one of the most difficult tasks for parents. Missing a few minutes each day may not seem like a big deal but your child may be missing more than you realize if he or she is continually late. Current research shows that mornings for most children are the most productive time of the day with 10.00am the peak period for productivity. When children arrive late and take time to settle, as they inevitably do, precious minutes are lost. A child who is fifteen minutes late to school each day misses one week of school every year.


How can you get your dawdling kids out the door without yelling yourself hoarse?  Here are a few techniques and ideas for you to try to get your punctually-challenged children to school on time:


Establish a Morning Routine

Make sure your children know what is expected of them in the morning, and also what you will do. Resist nagging but be willing to take them to school even if they have not fully prepared for the day.


Identify and remove distractions such as television

If the children are regular watchers before school change the routine and keep the TV off.  It should only be turned on when children are completely ready for school.


Teach some of the basics of time management

The average adult underestimates by about 25 per cent the time it takes to do various jobs. Make sure you have realistic time estimates and stop packing so much into the time you allocate. Encourage older children to estimate how long it takes to do activities such as getting ready in the morning. Then they can measure the time taken to do these tasks and compare their estimates with real time.


Arrive at school ten minutes early

Plan to arrive at school early rather than be there on time. This idea works well for perpetual latecomers, whether young or old.


Model a good routine

It is pointless expecting children to be organized in the morning if you are in a muddle yourself. Set a good example by being as methodical as possible and avoid sleeping in unless your children are so organized that they get you breakfast in bed!

Supporting Parents in the Faith Education of the Children

At this particular time of the year, we are called to keep in mind the Year Six and Year Four


The primary role of a Catholic school is to support parents in the faith education of their children. Parents play an essential role in the life of the school and contribute in many positive ways to the education of their children. Our Religious Education program is based on the Religious Education units of work produced and issued by the Catholic Education Office with the approval of the Archbishop of Perth and the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia.


Parents are encouraged to attend the various Masses and prayer services, that are an integral part of life in a Catholic school.  Notices of school and class Masses and prayer services are given on the term

calendar and upcoming liturgical celebrations are noted each week in the school newsletter.


We are reminded that as parents, we have made a conscious decision to send our child/ren to a Catholic school. Therefore when we enrol our children in a Catholic school we agree to:

  1. Be supportive of a full Catholic education
  2. Support the educational and spiritual programme of the school.
  3. Be actively involved in the life of the school



Parents are encouraged to attend the various Masses and prayer services, that are an integral part of life in a Catholic school.  Notices of school and class Masses and prayer services are given on the term

students, their families and teachers who are preparing for the Sacrament of Confirmation and Sacrament of First Eucharist (First Holy Communion). This is a most significant time for each individual child and one of the most special celebrations and gifts that they have an opportunity to receive. Further information about the Sacraments will shared in the coming newsletters.



Three-Year-Old Program

The Three-Year-Old Kindergarten at Infant Jesus School provides an educational program for Pre- Kindergarten children.  The program at the school is very much play-based and helps the children develop independence and creativity by offering interesting and fun activities, that are developmentally appropriate, in a semi- structured form. The program follows a routine similar to Kindergarten where the children are in the care of a teacher and a teacher assistant for the duration of the session, but parent help is encouraged.


Who May Attend the Program?


The 2018 program is offered to children who will have turned THREE by 30 June 2018 and plan to continue attending Infant Jesus School in 2018 and beyond. Regulations prevent us from taking children until they have turned three years of age. Please note that enrolment at the Infant Jesus School Three-Year-Old program does not guarantee a place in the Four-Year-Old Kindergarten Program. Interviews will be conducted for both places. 


Interested parents are asked to contact Mrs Cheryl Macpherson at the school office for enrolment forms for 2018 Three-Year-Old program.


Parent Sign-in Procedure

As a school it is our duty to ensure that all students who attend Infant Jesus School  are provided with the maximum duty of care.  It is necessary to be informed of where all students are within the school, within school hours.  To enable this to happen,  any student who leaves the school grounds during school time must be ‘signed out’.


To ensure that teachers, including specialist subject teachers, are carrying out their duty of care, we ask parents who need to take children out of school prior to home time to please adhere to this request.  Upon signing a child out from the school a parent will be provided with a permission slip that needs to be given to the teacher. This way the teacher is sure that permission has been given. 


If you are a parent helper or visitor to the school you MUST sign the Visitor’s Book in the office. We ask for parent’s cooperation in this matter.


Gentle Presence of God,

Your Son, Jesus,

promised to remain with us always,

even to the end of time.

May our hope be renewed in the glory of Christ

who has shown us the true way to peace.

Send us forth now in joy with this message of

hope for the world.

We ask our prayer through Jesus Christ.



Infant Jesus Family

Our prayers are with the Gibson Family (Sebastian 3W and Maria Fe 2B) in the loss of their beloved Grandmother last week.

May she rest in peace forever in heaven.


Did you know?

  • When the moon is directly over your head you weigh slightly less
  • The only food that does not spoil is honey
  • A 'jiffy' is an actual unit of time for 1/100th of a second
  • Venus is the only planet in the solar system to spin backwards

Thought for the Week

You have to have the confidence in your ability, and then be tough enough to follow it through.



God Bless,


Paul Hille







Elizabeth Quay and The Perth Mint

On Monday 22 May, the Year 5 children participated in an excursion to the Perth Mint and Elizabeth Quay.


At the Perth Mint the children explored how gold was found in Australia and the importance of gold throughout our history. The children also witnessed the pouring of molten gold in an educational experience provided to us by the Perth Mint. 


We then ventured to Elizabeth Quay to explore the urban planning development and the benefits that Elizabeth Quay will bring to Perth; economically, socially and culturally.


The children, parents and teachers all had a fantastic day and we were so grateful to have some wonderful weather for this learning experience! 




On Monday the Year Three students went to Elizabeth Quay and the Swan Bell Tower as part of their geography studies.






Last Thursday night, a STEAM Information Night was held for parents of students in Years 4-6. The focus of the night was to share with parents what STEAM is, why it is important and how it is being implemented at Infant Jesus. Parents then had the chance to ask questions, participate in some STEAM actives and play with some of the technology tools students are using in class including Bee-Bots and Osmos. Another Information Night will be held for parents of students in Years 1-3 tonight. 



We are the Pastoral Care Ministry for 2017. Our role this year is to care for our students, make a difference to the school and to make sure people are having fun. The people that are representing us for 2017 are; Brian Nguyen, Alexander Barker, Ethan Gonsalves, Jonas Sim, Mitchell O'Bryan, Julian Pinneri, Layla Firns, Noah Ashton, Bayleigh Tonkin, Leah Rossi, Declan Ryan, Sasha Stepanko, Isla Reynolds, Tin Pham and Jonothan Goueff. Our first meeting took place in 6B and we started off with a peaceful prayer. After prayer we brainstormed some things we wanted to do in Pastoral Care such as; Lifelink day, St. Vinnies Winter Appeal, Brother Ollies Ringpulls and Daffodil Day. This year you can #ExpectGreatThings from the Year Six children. We will let you know more about what we are doing later in the term.



The Sacrament of Confirmation draws closer for our Year Six children. This week the children attended their parent/child evening in the parish. This was a fabulous evening spending time together with our parents and more deeply understanding the many fruits and gifts of the sacrament. In class we have been exploring in greater depth, not only the Confirmation Saint we have chosen, but actually thinking about why we would like to be confirmed. Below is also some of our artwork depicting the Pentecost event.
I want to be confirmed so that I develop as a person. I want to be more patient, courageous, knowledgeable and have all the different gifts and spirits develop in me, helping me become closer to God and also making me a stronger Christian. I chose my Saint (St Sebastian) because I believe he is one of the bravest people in history. I admire his faith and bravery, how he went into the army and converted many soldiers, how he continued to preach when he was persecuted. Something I would like to work on is my bravery, to express myself and be myself, with worry and stress. I would also like to be even closer to God as to be honest I'm not the most religious person. I want to grow stronger in faith and believe fully in my faith.  Cronan Mulvey
I want to be confirmed because it is the last sacrament of initiation and I want to be fully in God’s family and to be guided by him and all the saints in heaven and most of all St Joan of Arc. St Joan of Arc was a very strong person and died for God. I want to be strengthened by the Holy Spirit and get all the fruits and the gifts of the spirit. Ella King
I want to become confirmed so I can become closer to God and my love for the Catholic Church will become stronger, I also want to be confirmed so I can become stronger in the different fruits of the spirits. I chose Saint Francis of Assisi because he is the patron Saint of the natural environment and animals, I love animals and the natural environment. I chose St Francis of Assisi so I could be a better person for the community. I also chose St Francis of Assisi because I could find a way to help the community and animals. Nyobi Viheriakoski-Barras
I want to be confirmed so that I am fully initiated into the Catholic Church. I chose saint Anthony of Padua, because I was looking at saints for my confirmation and I saw Saint Anthony. Some of the things about him are truly amazing and that inspires me to be like he was and to make a difference in the world. Adrian Brown
I want to be confirmed because I want to be closer to God and I want Him to help me to be persistent in the future. My confirmation saint is St Catherine. I chose her because she joined a convent when she was 13 years old, to help her community and is the patron saint of art. I love being creative and I want her to guide me throughout my life to be like her. I am really excited for confirmation because God will continue to look after me. Katia Panicciari


Sport News


It was wonderful to see so many children at the first week of Running Club trying hard to improve their fitness. Just a reminder that all children are welcome to participate and try and improve their performance at our Cross Country Carnival. Running Club is held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8am on the School Oval. It will run right up until the Carnival in Week 8 and then it will continue for our Interschool Squad. 



A reminder that our Cross Country Carnival will be held at Lightning Park on Friday 16 June (Week 8). More details about race times will be available soon and a permission slip will be coming home shortly.

Winter Lightning Carnival


Once again our Year 6 children will be competing in Football, Soccer and Netball against other schools in our Association. This carnival will be held on Thursday 22 June with Netball at Noranda Netball Courts and Football and Soccer at Carine Open Space. The Year 6 children have already chosen their sports and are beginning to prepare for the day. A permission slip will go home next week asking for parent help with coaching and umpiring for the different sports. Please advise if you are able to help on the day (No experience needed for coaching!). 


Michael Sheridan



P&F News



Infant Jesus School is raising funds. Here's how you can help...
We are raising as much as we can to support our technology and Innovation Centre, and we need your help! Order your NEW 2017/2018 Entertainment Book or Entertainment Digital Membership now. You'll receive hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do, and help our fundraising at the same time!


"The Entertainment Book is such a great way to try new restaurants. It’s also a great opportunity to help community organisations."


A Sample Book and Order Forms are available in the Front Office if you wish to have a look. 


MEDIA RELEASE - Catholic School Parents left in the dark around school funding


Nicola Cecchele - P&F President



Family Camp is a great opportunity to make new friends, experience a bit of the Infant Jesus tradition and this year's theme is "Heroes and Villains".

Venue: Point Peron, Rockingham.

Date: Friday 29 September to Sunday 1 October. (not the long weekend and 2 nights only).

Anticipated cost of $350 per family (this may change after budget confirmation) includes accommodation, all meals, all indoor/outdoor activities and of course lots of fun and laughter. 

3 YEAR OLD  (Pre Kindy) DINNER

Venue:  The Queens

Date:  Friday 9 June

Time:  7.30pm 

RSVP: 6 June to Justyna or Facebook



When:    Saturday 1 July

Time:      8pm

Venue:    Minq Bar Burswood Crown   

Cost:       $40 PP Nibbles/Drinks provided

Contact:   Nicole 0400266755 or Maree 0412336965 for payment

RSVP and Payments by 16 June

Places are limited. To secure your place and in fairness to everyone wanting to attend, this will be a first come first serve basis on receipt of non-refundable $50 deposit on or before 19 June 2017. 


Please take your slip and the $50 deposit in an envelope with your name to the school office. The date and time will be noted on the slip. We are also asking if anyone has any items (figurines, posters, etc) in relation to the Heroes and Villains theme that you no longer use or need and are willing to donate. We will gladly collect. Please contact Ardrian on 0403439888. 


We look forward to seeing you all there, especially NEW families, so start spreading the word! Any queries please don't hesitate to contact

Linda Prestianni 0433 925 857
Ardrian Gonsalves 0403 439 888

Places are limited. To secure your place and in fairness to everyone wanting to attend, this will be a first come first serve basis on receipt of non-refundable $50 deposit on or before 19 June 2017. 


Please take your slip and the $50 deposit in an envelope with your name to the school office. The date and time will be noted on the slip. We are also asking if anyone has any items (figurines, posters, etc) in relation to the Heroes and Villains theme that you no longer use or need and are willing to donate. We will gladly collect. Please contact Ardrian on 0403439888. 


We look forward to seeing you all there, especially NEW families, so start spreading the word! Any queries please don't hesitate to contact

Linda Prestianni 0433 925 857
Ardrian Gonsalves 0403 439 888


Monday 29 May at Esprezzo Cafe, Noranda Shopping Centre after drop off. 


Friday 23 June at Our Table, 180a Grand Promenade, Bedford at 10.30am. 
Please RSVP to Justine or Sherrie for booking numbers
All welcome, see you there!


Thursday 22 June at 6.30pm
Inglewood Hotel, 803 Beaufort Street, Inglewood.
Come join us for a catch up, something good to eat and a drink or two.
Please RSVP to either Simone or Tash to let us know if you will be there.

Canteen Roster


Friday 26 May

Mina Pillera, Marisa Gulluni, Carol Penwald

Monday 29 May

Sandrine Teo, Franca Colli, Belinda Poat

Wednesday 31 May

Louise Murace, Emily Dayan, Jenny Allpike


If you cannot do your Roster please arrange with another Parent to do your Roster as a swap. Please also see the attached Canteen Winter Menu for Term 2 and 3.




At Infant Jesus School we are proud to celebrate the achievements of our children and all their hard work. Congratulations to the following students who will receive an Honour Certificate at our assembly next Thursday morning (1 June).


We congratulate the following students:

PPB     Leo Astone, Caitlin Au, Joseph Hewlett, Julia Franceschino

PPW    Allegra Papalia, Aiden Caputo, Ariel D'Cunha,

              Jonathan Nguyen

1B         Chloe Gentile, Sarah Kosovich, Francesco Napoli,

              Andrea Rapy

1W       Jake Fioorucci, Charli Ikosipentarhos, Angelo Mammone,

             Tiana Taplin

2B         William Brisbane, Olivia Oakley, Sophie Poat,

              Giacomo Tindakos

2W       Mia Dimasi, Jesse Galvin,  Marcus Herrmann, Tayla Pham

3B        Jayden Nguyen, Nicholas Kularatine, Marcus White,

             Perry Papalazaros

3W       Jean-Paul Rapy, Robert Nguyen, Maddison Giglia,

             Vanessa Au

4B         Amie Notte, Lilliana Herrmann, Emily Poat

4W       Sophie Gaston, Malala Parker, Anton Radice, Alyssa Soh

5B         Victoria Mok, Thomas Egginton, Angel Papalazaros, 

              Rhys de Martini

5W        Bianca Gulluni,  Hannah Penglase, Jules Canoneo,

              Marcus Colonico

6B          Jonas Sim, Liam Gaston, Imogen Bowran

6W        Isaiah Roussety, Hayley Placzek, Elizabeth Farnfield,

              Jonathon Le Goueff



Please do not pick up or drop off students in the Admin Carpark. This Carpark is for office business and visitors to the school only. It is not a safe area for students to be at anytime due to the amount of traffic and delivery trucks using the space. Please use the designated pick up and drop off areas.



To assist with school based events, please ensure that both of these have been completed. 

1. Complete the Volunteer Workshop 

2. Read and Sign the Code of Conduct which is new in 2017.  


It is a requirement that not only the Parent Volunteer Workshop has been completed, but the school based Code of Conduct has been signed and returned to the office.  


Copies of the Code of Conduct are available from the front office or online. 




Feastday of St Bede the Venerable 25 May

 Saint Bede said of his life, “I have spent the whole of my life . . . devoting all of my pains to the study of the Scriptures, and amid the observances of monastic discipline and the daily task of singing in church, it has ever been my delight to learn or teach or write.” Here was a saint who worked no miracles, saw no visions, and found no new way to God. He won heaven by doing the will of God.


Bede was probably born in 672 in England and by the age of seven was in the monastery school. At 29, he was ordained a priest. His gifts for writing and teaching were noticed immediately. He composed 45 books. Thirty were commentaries on Scripture; others were on the lives of the saints and secular subjects. His most widely recognized work was the Ecclesiastical History of the English People, a history of the Church of early England and Ireland. Bede’s whole life was dedicated to faith and learning. He died as simply as he had lived. He summoned the monks to his bed, gave them each homemade gifts, dictated the last line of his book to his secretary, and died singing the Glory Be, his favorite hymn. Saint Bede is the patron of historians.


Project Compassion

Thank you for supporting Caritas Australia’s Project Appeal. This year our school community has raised a total of $1212.75 to support people in need.
The money raised will support people living in poverty, challenge unjust structures and empower people to work for a sustainable way of life.
If you would like to make a donation online via the Caritas website at

Parish News

Friday, 9 June starts at 9:00am at Infant Jesus Parish Centre,

Attendance is a MUST! 


Please remember to bring a plate to share. Children will be having shared morning tea and lunch. Drinks will be provided.   Please ensure that all food that your children will bring on the retreat day are nut free. 

Food Suggestion: girls to bring sweets and boys to bring savoury food.             


Saturday, 10 June at 12.00pm and at 3.00pm


·  Please arrive at least 1hour before the Mass.
·   For parents who will serve in the Mass, (readers, collectors, and offertory) please see one of our Sacramental team members as soon as you arrive.
·  Please bring your child's Confirmation sash.
·   For those who ordered the embroidery service from Tony Nguyen, please contact him directly to arrange time and day for collection, as we do not keep your sash in the parish office. Tony Nguyen’s contact number: 0432 106 404. 
For your child’s allocated Mass time, please check your enrolment confirmation email or ring the parish office at 92768500 from Mon to Thurs 9.30am-12.30pm.  

Please check your email for all  other important reminders about the Confirmation Retreat and Mass.

Faith Rico
Sacramental Co-ordinator




 Infant Jesus Parish 24:7 Morley Youth Group
All youth in Years 6-12 are invited
Join us this Friday night, 6-8pm in the Parish Hall
For more info call Roger 0434 988 711 or Elizabeth 0410 554 393


Archdiocese of Perth



Local news from across our parishes, agencies, schools and organisations can be delivered weekly directly to your inbox via The eRecord. It contains the latest news, events and photos from the Archdiocese. Parishes receive a PDF copy of the e-newsletter to print off and distribute for those who don’t have or don’t use email. Subscribe to the e-newsletter by sending details to

Further info: Jamie O’Brien 08 9220 5900.


City of Bayswater School Parking Schedule


City of Bayswater Book Week Program - August 2017


Mercedes College

Please find attached  flyer for Mercedes up and coming College Production of The Little Mermaid, This year they will be performing 4 shows at the Regal Theatre in July.   


Relationships Australia

Please find attached a flyer outlining our Parenting related Courses running in June 2017.
Go to or ring 6164 0200 to enrol



Please note the Netsetgo 5-7 Skills program for 2017 will close for registration this Sunday(28 May) morning.  

Here are some details again for interested parties.


Noranda Netball Association will be conducting this 8 session program, commencing Saturday 10 June 2017.

·       This will include drills, skills, dance

·       This does NOT involve any competition play


Commencement Date: Saturday 10 June 2017. Finishing Saturday 12 August.

Number of sessions: 8 weeks

Duration of session: 50 minutes

Cost of program: $90

Registration and payment: Online via credit card

Start time : approx 8.45am - to be confirmed and may change depending on court availability – times will be confirmed end of May.

 Noranda Netball Association
Tel: 9375 1744

Perth College

The Imaginarium July school holiday courses have been designed specifically for gifted girls of very high ability. Our courses for the April holidays sold out with outstanding feedback from participants and their parents. See attached.






2017 Calendar Terms 1-4 (updated 25 May).pdf
2017 Calendar Terms 1-4 (updated 25 May).pdf
Media Release.pdf
FAMILY CAMP 2017.pdf
Canteen Menu Winter 2017 PDF.pdf
Infant Jesus School Code of Conduct Parents.pdf
Archdiocese of Perth Newsletter 30 March.pdf
City of Bayswater Parking.pdf
Children's Book Week 2017.pdf
Bayswater Library.pdf
Relationships Aust .pdf
Relationships Aust .pdf