05 April 2019
Issue Nine
From the Principal
Around The Primary
Enrolments applications
Music - Week 9
Netball Club
Rowing Club
Pathways and Transition
Family Zone & Cyber Safety
Parents' Association
College Charter Bus
Uniform Shop
  Inigo Parent Talks
John XXIII College Alumni 
Community Notices
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From the Principal

Allow them to wobble

When teaching children to ride a bike we allow them to ‘wobble’. We are nearby ready to catch them if they fall but the ‘wobbling’ is an important part of enabling our children to gain the skills and confidence to ride effectively. We quickly learn that they will always be on ‘training wheels’ unless we allow them to falter a little as part of the process of learning.


There are parallels with education. For younger children it is important that parents are walking alongside their children to assist with any significant ‘wobbles’. As students get a little older their independence needs to develop as they grow into young adulthood. We don’t want them to fall but equally we need to teach an increasing sense of responsibility.


If a mark is to be queried; homework has been missed; untidy uniform is to be explained or items have been left at home; then the first explanation should be from the secondary student. Obviously with more serious concerns, parental support and engagement is vital but I strongly encourage parents to allow their children to be the first point of contact with the teacher.


Over the past few years, all Catholic schools in Western Australia have developed a code of conduct for staff to ensure that interactions with students are within relevant guidelines. It has been a good process at John XXIII College given we have such positive and energetic staff.


We have also had initial discussions with the John XXIII College Parents' Association about developing a Code of Conduct for Parents. We receive excellent support from our parent body so it is a fitting time to consider appropriate protocols. We look forward to elaborating in due course.


Robert Henderson



Be a Good Egg This Easter

We cannot ignore the fact that there is as much slavery in the world today, as there was before, or perhaps more – said Pope Francis.


Can’t find slavery-free Easter eggs in your supermarket?
Ten years ago there was almost no slavery-free chocolate in our supermarkets in Australia. Now, because of public pressure and consumer demands, most supermarkets will sell some. 


There is now slavery-free chocolate available in so many places.
It tastes delicious and is no more expensive than other chocolate. Try your leading / local supermarkets.

Get on board!  When you go to your local supermarket, look for chocolate that has one of these three symbols. If you can’t find any, ask the manager if they stock any.

Australians spent around $210 million on Easter chocolate last year.
This year it will be about the same, or more. Companies will produce what we ask for. Please use your buying power and purchase slavery-free chocolate. You can make a difference to the world, and to the lives of the enslaved children who are forced to pick the cocoa beans used in a lot of chocolate.

Please buy and eat only slavery-free Easter eggs and chocolate this Easter and help change this tragedy.

French students celebrate La Chandeleur

On Monday 1 April, the Year 7 French students had a special cultural lesson to find out about the French celebration of La Chandeleur.

Students learnt about the early pagan origins of the festival up to it being declared a Christian religious event by the Pope in the Vth Century. Students discovered the origins and superstitions linked to the celebration before having a go at flipping crepes themselves and eating them! The Year 7s finished the class with some games to help us learn the key ingredients of crepes in French.

Many thanks to Madame Charly and Madame Leckey for this wonderful lesson and for making the French classes so much fun!

Shane Glass
Head of Learning Area (Languages)

Volunteers needed to help at the College Musical ‘Mary Poppins’ - 30 April to 4 May

At John XXIII College, our community of students, Alumni, family, parents and friends are a vital part of the success of so many of our College events and this generosity is truly appreciated.

The College Musical is one of the highlights of the school year and once again we are calling for volunteers to assist with the smooth running of this much-loved event.

This year’s musical will consist of six performances - running for five evenings from Tuesday 30 April to Saturday 4 May at 7:00pm with an additional matinee performance on Saturday 4 May at 2:00pm. We need several volunteers for each performance. You can volunteer for just one performance or several. We only ask that you do not volunteer for the performance you are attending, as we want you to enjoy the performance.

Volunteers are needed in two areas:
Front of House
We need two adult volunteers at each performance to cover the smooth running of our sales and ticketing. Volunteers will be responsible for selling any unsold seats at each performance and managing the attendance list. There will be a team of student volunteers to assist with ushering people to their seats.
For the evening performances, Front of House volunteering duties commence at 6:40pm and should be completed by 7:10pm. For the matinee performance, we would need volunteers from 1.40pm to 2.10pm.

During intermission we serve a variety of snacks, and we run a bar and tea & coffee station. Six adult volunteers are needed for each performance to help with our hospitality service.

Intermission at the evening performance runs from about 8.15pm to 8.30pm, so we ask our volunteers to arrive by 8:00pm to help set up, and also stay on for a short while to help pack away at the end of intermission. For the matinee, volunteers should arrive by 3:00pm and will be done by 3.45pm approximately.

If you can help out at one or more of these performances, please respond to with the following information:
• Your full name
• Mobile number and email address
• Date/s you are available to volunteer (please specify if you are volunteering for the Saturday matinee)
• Whether you wish to assist with Intermission, Front of House or both.


Kristin Serra
FOMAD Coordinator

John XXIII College Sustainability Scholarship

Kinia O’Brien (Class 2018) accepting her Sustainability Scholarship cheque from Mr Henderson on Friday. Kinia will begin her tertiary studies in Conservation and Wildlife Biology at Murdoch University in Semester 1 2020. We wish Kinia all the best and certainly look forward to hear further from her!


Politics and Law Guest Speaker

Year 12 Politics and Law students received a visit from the current Federal Minister for Human Services and Digital Transformation, Michael Keenan. Minister Keenan spoke about his life and position in politics while students were given an opportunity to ask a range of insightful questions. Students were eager to find out about Minister Kennan’s role while he was Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Counter Terrorism and the interesting policies created. It was a memorable incursion for all students, particularly considering the current state of politics and looming federal election.

Morgan Ball

Politics and Law

House Volleyball

After five rounds of matches, the finals for House Volleyball were completed this week.  Most games were closely contested, with a number of the results being decided by one or two points. It was fantastic to see four different Houses represented in the play-off for 1st and 2nd. It was extremely close for the placings between 2nd and 6th, however St Louis House were dominant this year winning all three competitions with some excellent volleyball skills and teamwork on display. Well done to all students who represented their Houses and a special congratulations to the St Louis students. Thanks to Sport Captains Jamie and Michael for their efforts in organising the competition.



  • Years 7/8                1st St Louis           2nd Koolyangarra
  • Years 9/10             1st St Louis           2nd Campion
  • Years 11/12          1st St Louis           2nd Loyola
  • Overall                  1st St Louis           2nd Campion

Jodi Power and Tony Yates

House Sport Competition Coordinators

Maths Week

Secondary students have had a busy week celebrating Mathematics. From fun problem solving activities to the more formal Computational and Algorithmic Competition and lunchtime activities every day there has been an opportunity for every Secondary students to participate in some way. The excitement at Mingo on Thursday in the Pavilion lead by Mr Yates and Mr Gallagher and the quiet concentration of building Hanoi towers on the Chapel lawn provided a positive way to spend a lunch break. Budding Year 7 Mathematicians Maya Mintz and Xavier Gordon impressed the judges by their ability to quote the decimal places of Pi, and Mr Williams drew a huge crowd with his minty wrapper measuring. We finished the week off with the annual Interhouse Maths Week Grand Final where a representative from each Homeroom worked as a team in Houses to solve a list of Math puzzles, crack a code and open the lock to success.


Year 12 Coaching

The College has introduced a coaching program for our Year 12 students. Coaching is defined as ‘a process focused on developing a relationship between two parties that is future orientated for improved outcomes in a particular area.’ The program is designed to provide every Year 12 student with the opportunity to meet individually with an experienced teacher to discuss their overall academic progress. The meetings will focus on celebrating ‘successes’ and identifying goals for further improvement. Students will be coached through the process of goal setting, identifying and prioritising specific strategies, creating a timeline for implementation as well as the skill of self-reflection. The program is not designed to be course specific, rather to encourage students to review their overall academic progress and study habits. The aim of the program is facilitate student led conversations focused on improving their transferable skills and thus increase their academic achievement.


Further information and an overview of the logistics of the program will be provided to Year 12 students next week.


If you have any queries regarding the program please don’t hesitate to contact Mr Luke Bostelman, Year 12 Assistant Deputy Principal or me at the College.


Jessica Bouwman
Deputy Principal - Teaching and Learning

Interim Reports and Parent Teacher Student Interviews

Interim Reports were released to parents on Wednesday afternoon and are available for viewing in SEQTA. They provide parents with an indication of their child’s academic progress and work habits in each of their courses. They do not contain grades however they are a meaningful document to communicate valuable information. Parents would also have received an email outlining how to book for the Parent Teacher Student Interviews scheduled for Wednesday 10 April 3:30-7:00pm and Friday 12 April 9:00am- 3:00pm. Interviews are to be booked via PTO which is available on the College website All Secondary interviews will be held in the St Louis Sports Centre.

Around The Primary

Dear Parents

This week our Primary community gathered together to farewell Mr Alderman at a special Assembly. Mr Alderman has worked at the College for 23 years as a Physical Education teacher.


He has made a wonderful contribution to the Primary School over these years. Mr Alderman has brought a wealth of experience to this role and made a significant difference to the students in his care and their teachers.


We wish Mr Alderman a happy retirement and thank him most sincerely for his dedicated service. Mr Alderman you will be greatly missed!



We are also going to miss Ms Karin Ilich (1B Teacher) and Mrs Lisa Ferraro (1G Teacher) as they are both commencing Maternity Leave. We are so happy for them and really look forward to meeting their special little additions next term.


In Term 2 we warmly welcome onto our staff, Ms Maggie Crowley (1B Teacher), Mrs Sonia Thomas (1G Teacher) and Mr Steven Williams (PE Teacher).


On a different note, I will be taking four weeks Long Service Leave at the beginning of next term. The Primary Assistant Principals, Ms Allen and Miss Joyce are happy to be contacted if you have any concerns. I will return to work on Monday 27 May and be ready and refreshed for the remainder of the busy term.


Thank you to the many parents who have already booked a time to meet with class teachers. These information sharing meetings are a valuable opportunity for teachers to share information about each child’s academic and social development. Please feel that you can always approach me with any questions or concerns you might have.


We hope many parents can join us for our Easter Reflections next week (further details below).


Kind regards,


Antoinette De Pinto

Head of Primary

Dates to Remember

Wednesday 10 April        Palm Sunday and Last Supper Reflection 11.30am

Thursday 11 April             Good Friday Reflection 9.00am

                                                      Term 1 Ends for students

Friday 12 April                    Parent-Teacher Interviews

Super Stars

Congratulations to all the students who received a certificate for their fantastic achievements at this week’s Assembly.


A big thank you to Year 2G for leading this week’s Assembly – it was great to see so many happy and excited faces on the stage.


PPB Annabelle Knox & Henry Wysocki PPG Rosie Davini & Joel Fullerton
1B James Andruszkiw & Ava Edwards 1G Mila Bester & Jed Grant Smith
2B Jacob Chan & Ciara Thornton 2G William Bontempo & Sienna D'Alessandro
3B Grace Czajko & Charlie O'Toole 3G Maya Johnson & Christopher Tan
4B Sade Hewes & Olive Smith  4G Stella Fullerton
5B Carla Chipperfield & Ethan Raykos 5G Joshua McGlew & Lauren McLernon
6B Sylvia Czajko & Matthew Gillman 6G Torren Jakovich & Genevieve Price

Holy Week

As Easter falls in the school holidays, our Reflections for Holy Week will be held next week.  On Wednesday 10 April, all students will be active participants in the Palm Sunday and Last Supper Reflections.  This Easter Reflection will begin at 11.30am.


It is hoped that students will be able to bring a palm from home. These palms need to be of a manageable size to enable the students to carry and gently wave the leaves as part of the Reflection.


On Thursday 11 April at 9.00am the Year 6 students will lead the Good Friday Reflection. Parents are welcome to join us for both of these prayerful times.   

Money Tree

Our Money Tree is looking fabulous in the garden!

Next week will be the last opportunity for classes to place a leaf on the tree. We look forward to receiving any final donations next week so all the coins can be counted over the holidays. Next term we will be able to inform the whole school community of our fundraising success for Project Compassion. Once again, we sincerely thank you for your generosity.



The National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is an annual national assessment of all students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. Students will be assessed in Language Conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation), Writing, Reading and Numeracy. The tests are scheduled for the weeks commencing 13 and 20 May.


NAPLAN is moving from paper tests to computer-based assessments. NAPLAN online uses a tailored testing system which automatically adapts the test and asks students questions that match their ability allowing for more detailed and useful individual results.


Monday 13 May Tuesday 14 May Wednesday 15 May


Y3 (paper test) & Y5 

Monday 20 May Tuesday 21 May Wednesday 22 May


Yr3 & Yr 5


Yr 3 & Yr 5


Yr 3 & Yr 5


Parent-Teacher Interviews

All parents are required to book their parent teacher meeting online, (PTO). These bookings can be made online and the link can be found on the College Web Page under 'Quick links' and then 'Events-Online bookings'. Alternatively, you can click on the link below and it will take you straight to the log in screen


Once you get to the log in screen you must click on 'Obtain Pin or Password'. Your password will then be sent to your email.


Once you have logged in, you can select a time that suits you to meet with your child's classroom teacher in the final weeks of this term. All interviews will be a maximum of 15 minutes.


If you would like to book an appointment to see a specialist teacher, please contact them directly via email to set up a mutually convenient time.

'Roar and Snore' Zoo Camp

The Year 5B Zoo camp was a great experience and enjoyed by all.


The afternoon started off with an activity called “Race to Save.” Students got into their groups and went trekking around the zoo to find highly sought-after clues.


By 6pm we were all ready to be fed and rehydrated and there were smiles all around after we had shared a tasty meal together.


The evening was jam packed with lots of learning, becoming experts in endangered animal species and we also learnt how to provide enrichment activities for the different animals living at the zoo.


After that, the students were ready for the much anticipated “Night Tour.” Our groups had some awesome “up close” experiences with the animals. For one group, the lions were a real treat and the second group had a very close encounter with the zebras! By the end of the tour everyone was ready to curl up into their sleeping bags and get some sleep.


The next day was spent exploring the different areas of the zoo. The students were very privileged and got to experience the “Eye to Eye” encounter with the giraffes. They also experienced a day in the life of a Zookeeper and students were able to enter the Red Panda enclosure and help with the daily chores of maintaining the enclosure. Some students got very close to the extremely friendly Red Panda!  In fact, there was an extremely friendly Red Panda that got up very close and tried to give a student a hug!


The Zoo camp ended with some time spent relaxing on the grassed area and enjoying lunch with friends. All in all, we had a roaring good time!



Language Update

Our Year 3 students have been learning how to write hiragana and they had so much fun using the calligraphy brushes!



Twilight Recital

Congratulations to our three talented musicians, Jacey Li (2G), Alexis Tonkin (2G) and Callum de Andrade (6G) for their entertaining piano performances at the Twilight Recital last Wednesday evening.

Sports News

On Thursday, our two Year 6 Basketball teams participated in the IPSHA Basketball Lightning Carnival at Bendat Basketball Stadium competing against nine schools. Our College was proudly represented by two teams.


The focus of the day was on participation and fun. Officially, scores are not recorded, however the girls’ team drew one game and comfortably won their remaining five games. The boys’ team won four games, drew one game and lost one game. Congratulations to all our competitors on their effort and sportsmanship displayed throughout the day.


Thank you to parents who came along and supported the teams and to Ms Ruth O’Donnell for managing and coaching the girls’ team.


John Alderman

Primary Sports Coordinator

Parking Protocols

It has come to our attention some parents are using the ACROD bays for a quick drop off.

It is essential that these bays are only used by those that have an ACROD Parking Permit.

College Musical - Mary Poppins

Tickets are selling fast for the College Musical, Mary Poppins! 


Congratulations to Sienna D’Alessandro (2G), the winner of the Pre-Primary to Year 2 ‘Mary Poppins’ poster competition.  Sienna will now receive a family pass to the Musical. Our Secondary staff, Ms Moore (Art/Drama) and Mr Tsakisiris (Drama) were the judges of this competition and were very impressed with Sienna's poster.


Enrolments applications

Enrolment applications

Enrolment applications are now being considered for Year 7 in 2022 and Kindergarten in 2021.   If your child is:

  • currently in Year 4, not yet enrolled at the College, and you are interested in a Year 7 position in 2022  or
  • two years old and to be registered for Pre-Kindy next year or Kindy in 2021

Please contact the College Registrar on 9383 0449 or for more information.


Music - Week 9

Holy Week Concert

The first major concert of the year is the beautiful Holy Week Concert. Held in the Chapel this coming Monday 8 April from 7:00pm, this concert features sacred choral and instrumental music from across the ages as the College begins its Easter preparations.


The Holy Week Concert features performances by the Chamber Choir, Treble Choir, Wanju Voices, Primary Singers, Chapel Choir, Senior Voices, Senior String Quintet and Senior Flute Quintet, with selected ATAR Soloists. Tickets for this event are free – but essential due to limited seating – and, can be obtained via the following link:


Should you miss out on obtaining a ticket to this event, we will be live streaming the concert to Roncalli Hall, so parents will still be able to be part of this Holy Week celebration. Due to the limited space within the chapel, students performing will be ushered to and from Roncalli Hall. 


All students performing in the concert are required to report to the PAC (Secondary) and GBLT (Primary) at 6:15pm. Secondary students are required to wear full College winter uniform and primary in full College uniform.


We look forward to seeing you at the Holy Week Concert.

Award Winners

Congratulations to the following students for outstanding results in their Australian Guild of Music Education exams:

  • Sophie Manners (Theory)
  • Raphael Budimlich (Piano)
  • Grace Budimlich (Theory and Piano)
  • Eloise Budimlich (Theory and Piano)

Additionally, Eloise Budimlich has been awarded Outstanding medallions from amongst candidates in Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia for her theory and practical exams. Congratulations to some amazing musicians!

Catholic Performing Arts

The annual Catholic Performing Arts festival will be held in July and August. Any students wishing to participate can apply through their instrumental/voice tutors or, by visiting the Music Office.


Year 11 Drama performance

Year 11 Drama students during their recent performance of the play ‘Cosi’ by Louis Nowra. Drama not only engages with the creative side of the brain, it enhances students’ artistic and creative abilities and gives them a better understanding of themselves and their world. Drama fosters self-discipline, confidence and team work and develops skills in interpreting, researching, negotiating, problem solving and decision making. 




John XXIII has competed very successfully in three important gifted and talented programs in the past week, Creative Edge Challenge at Curtin University on Saturday, the second round of WA Debating leagues on Tuesday, and the prestigious da Vinci Decathlon at Winthrop Hall, UWA on Tuesday and Wednesday.


At the Creative Edge Challenge this year we fielded a team of four, Charlie Richards from Year 12, Nick Brennan from Year 11, and Bella Pether and Akash Parekh from Year 10.  The team performed extremely well in the three challenges set, represented the College admirably, and were very positive in their feedback on this exciting event. Tuesday night’s debating also saw many fine performances and a 6-3 win/loss ratio on a night where two of our teams had byes. Congratulations to all teams and coaches/managers.  A special Magis debating seminar breakfast for all interschool debaters will be held next Wednesday at 7:30am in the library. After the breakfast students will divide intro two groups, novice and advanced, for instruction from WA Debating league representatives.


For the first time John XXIII College fielded a team in all five year groups from Years 7 to 11 at the da Vinci Decathlon, held at Winthrop Hall this year.  It is a difficult and fascinating competition with the ten areas including some complex challenges, but all teams responded well and participated with great enthusiasm and talent.  About 400 students competed each day and a full report will be presented next week when results are received, as time constraints limited the announcements on the day.  However highlights included the Year 11 victory in the Creative Producers section and Year 9 winning the cartography.   Congratulations on all 40 John XXIII College students on representing your College, and warmest thanks to the following key teachers who gave up their time to assist with preparing students for the event;  Ms O’Loughlin, Ms Davies,  Ms Devanand, Mr Cotter, Ms Ball, and Mr Carello. Special thanks also to Ms Holmes and Ms Devanand for their assistance on the day.


With Creative Edge and Da Vinci completed we now move to the World Scholar’s Cup and two Magis-run College events, John XXIII College Public Speaking and Creative Writing (short stories).  Teams are now being finalised for the World Scholar’s event, and it is expected that we will send even more teams this year to the WA round in Term 2, the Global round in Term 3 and the Tournament of Champions at Yale University, USA, in Term 4. 


Posters and information have now been circulated about the Public Speaking and short story competitions, which are open to all John XXIII students from Years 7-12.  Entries for the Creative Writing must be received by the first Friday in Term 2, whilst Public Speaking nomination forms are now available, and nominations will be accepted up to the first Thursday of next term.  A public speaking seminar in week one, Term 2 will then be followed by Heats held at lunchtimes in week two and the grand final featuring the top three speakers in each year group in the GBLT at 7:00pm on Tuesday 11 May (week 3).


Jim Miller

Gifted and Talented Coordinator

Magis & Altiora Calendar

Term One

  • April 9  - Short Story Entries due

Term Two

  • May 1 - Magis Public Speaking Breakfast
  • May 6 - Magis Public Speaking Heats
  • May 10 - Julie Arliss G/T at St Hilda’s
  • May 14 - Magis Public Speaking Final (GBLT)
  • May 17-18 - World Scholar’s Cup Camp
  • May 23 - Mental Maths Challenge
  • May 31 - J1 World Scholar’s regionals SHC
  • June 12 - Magis Academic Knowledge
  • June 26 - Magis Awards & Personal Project Breakfast



NAS (Northern Associated School) Sport

On behalf of the College thank you to all students and staff that represented their school with distinction in the NAS Sport competition throughout Term 1. Students and staff give up time at the end of the school day to compete against our fellow NAS schools. I’d also like to thank parents for their support with early morning drop offs and late afternoon pick up. Without the support of staff, students and parents the program would not be able to continue in its current form.


John XXIII College took out three NAS premierships in Term 1:

  • Year 8 girls beach volleyball
  • Year 8 boys cricket
  • Year 9 girls indoor soccer

Here is a summary of the College’s other results.

 All results for the season and ladders for individual sports can be found via the following link;

Please use the column on the left of the page to navigate.


Online nominations for Term 2 NAS have been sent to all students in Years 7 – 12. I encourage all students to get involved.


Cross Country Training Years 7 – 12

Cross Country training is on Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00am - 7:50am meeting in the College pavilion. Training is open to students of all ability levels. Training will continue throughout Term 1 and into Term 2. No nomination to attend training is needed simply attend on the day(s) you can make it. Distances run vary from 4 - 7km depending on ability level.


Congratulations to Austin van der Struyf (Year 8) who has been selected to represent WA in the U/13 team at the Australian Little Athletic Championships in Hobart in April.



Netball Club

Thank you to all the players that have registered for the 2019 netball season and attended grading and fitness sessions over the past few weeks.


We are pleased to announce that our Primary School and High School teams have now been finalised.

Team lists are on our website and can be found on the Information & Registration tab or the News tab.  Teams are not listed in any order.


We encourage all parents and players to read the Trials & Selection Policy and Grading Policy on the website.


Teams listed are final and requests to move will not be entertained.


We wish all our teams the best of luck for the coming season and look forward to seeing you all on court.


Congratulations to Eliza Thompson for being chosen for the State Umpire Squad.

What a fantastic achievement!  We wish you all the best for the upcoming games.


Training has now started and is a compulsory component of netball. If you have a valid reason for not attending a particular training session please contact your coach or email the club at


As we are a school club and training sessions take place on school grounds the girls are required to wear school sports uniform and appropriate sports shoes to training sessions.


The official game day netball uniform for senior school is

  • Netball dress which is available at the John XXIII Uniform Shop and
  • Blue and yellow bloomers which will be on sale at the last training sessions for term on the 9 & 11 April 2019 ($15 each cash only). 

Rain jackets, which are not compulsory but perfect for the winter weather, will also be on sale ($110 cash only).


PNA can issue uniform violations to players not wearing the correct uniform.


All players are to note that under no circumstance can jewellery be worn on court during game play.

Umpires will ask players to leave the court and injury substitution rules will apply.

Rowing Club

South West Head of the River Regatta

Sunday 31 March 2019


This is an annual Country Regatta which the John XXIII College Rowing club attends along with local country schools; Bunbury Catholic College and Bunbury Grammar.  It is held on the beautiful Bunbury foreshore fronting the Bunbury Rowing Club who host this event.


What a way to end the boys summer rowing season and commence the girl’s season.  It was a glorious weekend at Bunbury commencing with the family and rowers dinner on Saturday night, hosted by the John XXIII College Rowing Club, where 200 plus attendees enjoyed the balmy evening at the Bunbury rowing club foreshore.  A relaxed and social evening for all, but early to bed as at daybreak the preparation for racing was to begin.


The day dawned glorious with a slight wind rippling on the river – excellent rowing conditions.  The first race started with the bang of the starters gun and the crews were off.   The JTC crew finished strongly – and started the Regatta the way our rowers wanted to finish, with many wins on the board.   With our largest ever Bunbury regatta rowing contingent of 70 rowers we had an opportunity to do extremely well.  And that we did with a swag of medals, winning the penultimate final Open Mixed Eight race and the prestigious Ronald Walter Prosser Cup, as well as the ergo competition and the overall club points competition and trophy.


It was a victorious Regatta for the JTC Rowing Team and so rewarding for the girls and the boys to row together.  The camaraderie and support between the team members was terrific to see.  With that and the support of the Bunbury Rowing Club who contributed boats and facilities, Bill Kaye Photography for the amazing photos,  the coaches who kept the rowers on time and on track, the parents and friends who cheered and supported, and lastly the rowers themselves who competed so well and graciously accepted medals, all contributed to making the event one to remember and one not to be missed in future years.  A special thanks goes to Rob Thomas for all his behind the scenes work organising the team and facilities for the Regatta, and his time spent coaching and motivating our rowers to do their best.


Most importantly, it was so rewarding just to see all the  students together enjoying their time in Bunbury and rowing with such passion and commitment after many weeks of tough and early training mornings, having such a ball and savouring the added thrill of victory - which is something to be celebrated by us all.


Bunbury Regatta Results

John XXIII College 1st place medal winners :

  • Ronald Walter Prosser Cup - Open Mixed Eight: Kai Williamson, Angus Wilmot, Jordan Lummis, Mathieson Sicard, Mia Fracaro, Madison Lucas, Olivia Torre, Zoe Broderick
  • Year 9 Double Skull – boys: Tom Stokes, Jack Chapman
  • Senior Single Skull – girls: Zoe Broderick
  • Year 9 Mixed quadJack Chapman, Luca Matthews, Romy Ezekiel, Emily McAuliffe
  • Senior double Skull – boys: Angus Wilmot, Kai Williamson
  • Year 9 Quad – girls: Jenna Martin, Sophie Chew, Sarah Longman, Ava Rawson
  • Senior Coxed Quad – girls: Madison Lucas, Olivia Torre, Mia Fracaro, Zoe Broderick
  • Open Single Skull – boys: James Langton
  • Senior coxed quad – boys: Angus Wilmot, Kai Williamson, Jordon Lummis, Mathieson Sicard
  • Year 9 Coxed Quad -boys: Xavier Smith, Curtis Todd, Jacob Griffiths, Cormac Chamberlain
  • Senior Double skull – girls: Olivia Torre, Zoe Broderick
  • Year 9 mixed coxed Quad: Curtis Todd, Xavier Smith, Mia Rakich, Lara Sivwright
  • Senior quad – boys: Connor Harrison, Sam Sivwright, Sam Cole, Caleb Ellis
  • Year 10 Quad – boys: Judy Quinlan, Zach Barrett, Kanan Miranda, Eddie Monisse

*Apologies for errors or omissions - these results will be updated and re-published as soon as official results become available.



Upcoming Events

  • Friday 26 – 28 April - JTC Girls Rowing Camp, JTC Campus
  • Saturday 4 May -  IGSSA Regatta 1, Champion Lakes
  • Saturday 11 May - JTC Rowing Club QUIZ night fundraiser, John XXIII College (For parents and students )

Pathways and Transition

INSTEP Workplace Learning Program

INSTEP is a joint school and industry work placement program that provides relevant and realistic learning for motivated students in Years 11 and 12. Students undertake workplace learning to demonstrate and develop transferable employability skills.


The School Curriculum and Standards Authority developed Workplace Learning endorsed program contributes toward the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).


Recent placements include Cambridge Corner Store and Haslinger’s Automotive Service.


For further information contact Joel Wynn:


Event Highlight


Open Day & Events

Open Day Sunday 21 July 10:00am - 4:00pm
Events for future students


Open Day Joondalup Sunday 28 July
Open Day Mount Lawley & WAAPA Sunday 11 August 
South West Sunday 25 August
Events for future students

Events for future students
Open Day Sunday 4 August 9:00am to 3:00pm


Events for future students
Open Day Sunday 11 August  2019
Open Day Sunday 28 July, 2019
Events for future students
Open Day  Peninsula Saturday 3 August
Caulfield & Clayton Sunday 4 August
Parkville Sunday 18 August
Events for future students



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Further information available here: 


Fogarty Scholarship

The UWA Fogarty Scholarship Program is enriching our community by investing in exceptional young people who use their skills, abilities and commitment to lead positive change in our community, State and nation.


Established in 2004, the Program is a joint initiative of the Fogarty Foundation and The University of Western Australia and is one of Australia’s premier scholarship programs, awarding 10 new scholarships to students each year.


Each scholarship is valued at $10,000.

Further information:

Applications close on 26 May 2019

Family Zone & Cyber Safety

Download Family Zone 

Make use of the Family Zone Accounts which we are offering to John XXIII College families for free, as part of our College contract negotiations until 2020.


By setting up a private Family Zone account, you can apply age-appropriate parental controls on every device your child has access to, in any location. To find out more visit


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Written by Family Zone Team

To be distracted is to be human. But in today’s digital world, the opportunities for distraction have exploded - while our capacity to deal with them seems to diminish by the day. 


In his new book Digital Minimalism, computer scientist Cal Newport proposes a new battleplan in the quest to slay the dragon of digital distraction.


Distraction itself is nothing new. Ever since Homer - whose wily hero Odysseus plugged his ears with beeswax and lashed himself to the mast to resist being lured off-course by the call of the Sirens - human beings have struggled to stay on-task.


But the ancient Greeks had it easy, at least by comparison with our world. With no electricity, and limited reading matter, even the alphabet was regarded as a new-fangled technology (and a potentially disastrous one, in the view of many - Socrates included!).


Social life was conducted face-to-face, as it has been throughout all of human history up to the mid 19th century, with the invention of the wireless telegraph and, later, the telephone.

Samuel F.B. Morse, the inventor of the telegraph and the code named in his honour, sent the world’s first text message in 1844. It read “What Hath God Wrought?” - an appropriate status update for the dawning of the digital age.

Fast forward to fake news, live-streamed human massacres, widespread smartphone addiction, babies who swipe before they can crawl, data mining and identity theft, primary school kids watching porn and a worldwide obsession with “likes” and “followers.” Now more than ever,  Morse’s question reverberates with renewed relevance. But enough with the questions, already. How about some answers?


Subtitled “Choosing life in a noisy world,” Newport’s book Digital Minimalism makes the case for a philosophy of technology use that revolves around the deceptively complex notion of “enough.” (And yes, he has been called the Marie Kondo of the digital world.)


Practical tips like turning off notifications, putting your phone on “Do Not Disturb” while you sleep or indulging in the occasional, short-lived digital detox are all well and good. But what we really need is an entirely new relationship with our technology - one that puts at the centre a state of mind he calls “Deep Work” (and you and I might simply call “concentrating on one thing at a time”).


Newport defines Deep Work as “the activity of focusing without distraction on a cognitively demanding task … when you’re really locked into doing something hard with your mind.”


Recent research has shown that even a quick glance at a notification or update can significantly reduce performance on such tasks. (Writing blog posts very much included, in case you were wondering.)


“Every time you switch your attention from one target to another and then back again, there’s a cost,” Newport explains. “This switching creates an effect that psychologists call attention residue, which can reduce your cognitive capacity for a non-trivial amount of time before it clears.


“If you constantly make ‘quick checks’ of various devices and inboxes, you essentially keep yourself in a state of persistent attention residue, which is a terrible idea if you’re someone who uses your brain to make a living." The implications for teaching and learning in today's digital classrooms are obvious - and dire.


Among Newport’s other pillars of digital minimalism, he advises:


Embrace boredom - If you always whip your phone out the second boredom rears its unattractive head, your brain, he says, will inevitably connect boredom with the need for instant stimulation. And that means when it’s time to think deeply - a task that’s usually deficient in moment-to-moment novelty - your brain will rebel.


Quit social media - It’s not as hard as it looks, Newport insists. (He’s never had a social media account of any kind himself, so it’s not entirely clear how he knows that.) Otherwise, you risk “a digital life that’s so cluttered with thrumming, shiny knots of distraction pulling at our attention and manipulating our moods that we end up a shell of our potential.”


Drain the shallows - “Shallow work” is Newport’s term for digital admin stuff - emails, most notoriously - that can suck up the time we would otherwise spend working deeply. He advises aspiring digital minimalists to aggressively reduce the time spent on such tasks, to make room for what really matters in work and … that other thing.


What do you call it again? Oh yeah. Life.


Community Liturgy

Thank you to the students in Year 8 who prepared our Mass this morning.


Year 7 students will be preparing the first Community Liturgy for Term 2, on Friday 3 May.  Year 7 families are very welcome, especially those who are new to the College.  If you have not previously attended Mass or are not Catholic, just come to the Chapel at 8:00am.  There are no reserved seats or special places and all the responses are on a PowerPoint.   


Community Liturgy summary

  • Where:                 College Chapel
  • Time:                     8:00 – 8:30 am
  • When:                   every Friday in term time

This year the great feast of Easter falls during the middle weekend of the school holidays.  For Christians around the world it is the highlight of the liturgical year. Parishes will celebrate special liturgies, commencing with Palm Sunday the weekend before. 


Many families like to celebrate these liturgies as part of their Easter festivities, and some of our local parishes have sent details of their services Holy Week. This information is also on the College website – and will be updated over the next week.


Sacrament Program


What happens in the Sacrament Program?

Children in Years 3, 4 and 6 prepare to celebrate, respectively, the sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation in their own ‘home’ parish. 


How are the children prepared?

The Religion curriculum in Catholic schools includes a unit of work on the sacrament in the relevant year level. Once the students have completed the unit of work they are awarded a certificate, which is required by the Parish.


Some parishes provide additional classes for students attending Catholic schools.

Last, but not least, parents are the children’s first teachers in Faith. The program in the Perth Archdiocese is ‘family-focused, parish-based and Catholic school supported.’


When will the sacraments be celebrated?

Each parish is different; refer to your local parish for dates and times. Some information from local parishes is provided below – and you can find more detail on the College website.  


Why are there differences from parish to parish?

Each parish is a unique Faith community and the Parish Priest responds to the needs of the parish, within the context of the wider Church. No two parishes are the same – so there will be some variation in how the parish Sacrament Program is administered. As a regional College we are enriched by families from a diversity of parishes.


If I have a child in Year 3, 4 or 6, when should I enroll in my parish program?

Parents are reminded to enroll their children in parish Sacrament programs as soon as possible

Parish updates from Local Parishes

A brief summary of dates are provided below. For more detail, please check the College website or approach the Parish Priest or parish sacrament coordinator directly.


CITY BEACH: Holy Spirit

For families already enrolled in the program, the schedule is on the College website.

Further information:


CLAREMONT: St Thomas Apostle

Celebration of the Sacrament

First Communion:            Sunday 5 May 9:30am

Confirmation:                    Friday 9 August 6:00pm

Reconciliation:                  Wednesday 23 OR Thursday 24 October after school

Further information:


COTTESLOE: St Mary Star of the Sea

Registration for all Sacraments

Further information:

Registration Form:     


DOUBLEVIEW: Our Lady of the Rosary

Celebration of the Sacrament

Confirmation:                   Saturday 8 June at 6:00pm Mass

First Communion:           Saturday 21 September at 6:00pm

                                                Sunday 22 September at 10:00am

Reconciliation:                 Saturday 26 October at 5:00pm

Further information:


FLOREAT/WEMBLEY: St Cecilia’s/Our Lady of Victories

Upcoming dates:        Thank you to those families who have completed the enrolment process. For those who have yet to do so, please provide us with your nominated dates with regards to workshops, reconciliation, rehearsals, etc. Email the Parish Office.  Further info:

NEDLANDS: Holy Rosary

Celebration of the Sacrament

Reconciliation:                  Term 2 – date to be finalised 

First Communion:            Sunday 16 June 2019,  8:45am Mass 

Confirmation:                    Saturday 3 August 2019, 6:00pm Mass 

Further information:



Registration form

Available from parish website:

Celebration of the Sacrament

First Communion:            Sunday 30 June 2019,  9:30am Mass 

Confirmation:                    Sunday 22 September 2019, 9:30am Mass 

Further information:

Contact: John Edwards 0438 527 050


SUBIACO: St Joseph’s

Expression of interest for all Sacraments

Contact: Bart Welten


If you have any other questions about the Sacrament Program:

GOOD NEWS for the 5th Sunday in Lent

John 8:1-11

The reflection for this Sunday’s Gospel is part of a homily by Jesuit priest, Fr Richard Leonard. Fr Richard Leonard SJ is the Director of the Australian Catholic Office for Film and Broadcasting, is a member of the Australian Catholic Media Council and is author of Preaching to the Converted, Paulist Press, New York, 2006.


There is a tough phrase at the end of the Gospel we have just heard; 'Go and sin no more.' It's like a sting in the tail, standing in contrast to the compassion of Jesus in his encounter with the woman. Yet, on closer inspection, it is the most important phrase in the story. And that's saying something because this dramatic event is the only one in the Gospel where Jesus confronts sexual sin, where only the woman is dragged from the scene of the crime to answer the charge of adultery. Is it any wonder that in some early manuscripts of John's Gospel this story was left out, its authorship questioned? The dangerous memory of Jesus' compassion toward the woman was too strong in the minds of John's community for it to be excluded, however, and so it remains as an inspired text for us to make our own. It is sometimes very important to hear Jesus say to us, especially in the area of our sexuality, 'I do not condemn you.'


So often, however, we want Jesus to leave it at that. But Jesus goes further. He tells it as it is. If any of us want life and want it to the full, we have to stop doing the destructive things that get us into trouble in the first place. It does not matter if it is drinking, gambling, eating, working, stealing, sexual dysfunction, being into pornography, being violent at home or any other type of obsessive compulsive behaviour, there is little point in being sorry for the consequences of our weaknesses and not changing the pattern of behaviour that leads us to ruin each time.


Twelve step programs enshrine the wisdom of today's Gospel in how they help us to own up to the destructive behaviour of our lives and yet give us hope to live beyond our worst moments.


Steps four to ten say:


Step 4. I have made a searching and fearless moral inventory of myself.


Step 5. I have admitted to God and to another the exact nature of my wrongs.


Step 6. I am entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character.


Step 7. Humbly ask God to remove my shortcomings.


Step 8. Made a list of all persons I had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all.


Step 9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible except where to do so would injure them or others.


Step 10. Continued to take personal inventory and when I was wrong promptly admitted it.


The thing I like best about these is that they are pro-active. They alert us to the fact that the best pathway to know healing and forgiveness is not to be passive, but to be active and admit our own faults and work to heal them. Some of us may have been given a tough hand from life's deck of cards, but we do not have to be passive victims, never able to changes the cycles of destructive behaviour. If the steps work and we trust today's Gospel then we can be happy, healed and forgiven because we heal and forgive others.


Jesus bestows great dignity on the woman by saving her from being condemned to death, but even more so he knows that it does not have to be like this and so challenges her to turn her life around.


May we hear the same challenge in this final week of Lent. No matter what we have ever done, sexually or otherwise, we are greater than our worst moments. Jesus loves us enough not to condemn us, but to give us the Eucharist so that we might find the strength and hope to stop doing the things that destroy us and to live a life that leads to peace and joy.

© Richard Leonard SJ


Meningococcal disease information

Meningococcal disease is caused by bacteria (not by a virus), and transmitted via mucus or saliva. Meningococcal bacteria can live harmlessly in our throat and nose. Around 20% of people will be carrying these bacteria at any one time without ever becoming ill (‘healthy carriers’).


There are many different strains of meningococcus – the most common in Australia are B and C.

The bacteria are spread by activities such as sneezing, coughing, intimate kissing, and sharing food and drinks. Environments where people are in close contact, such as day-care centres, school camps, parties and nightclubs, make it easier for the bacteria to spread. However the bacteria only live for a short time outside the body – and even if you pick them up, it doesn’t mean you’ll become ill. The danger only occurs if you pick up a strain you’re not immunised against, or don’t have any natural immunity to – or if your immune system has for some reason become weakened and cannot cope.


The bacteria do not survive more than a few seconds in the environment, so cannot be picked up from surfaces or objects that have been contaminated by the infected person’s respiratory secretions.


Precautions to take:

  • Remember it is important to practice good hand and cough hygiene.

Also Don’t share:

  • Food, dips, ice-cream
  • Drinks, bottles, straws
  • Lipstick or lip gloss
  • Toothbrushes
  • Cigarettes, mouth guards, musical instrument mouth pieces


  • Don’t suck the end of a shared pen/pencil
  • Don’t suck baby’s dummy before putting it in baby’s mouth
  • Watch out for toddlers sucking and sharing toys.


Please check Information attached about Meningococcal Disease and Meningococcal vaccines available from Department of Health.


For more information go to


Below is current WA Immunisation Schedule.

Jenny Hill

College Nurse



Department of Health WA

Amanda Young Foundation

Parents' Association

Term 2 - Monday 27 May

Our Term 2 meeting will be held on Monday 27 May at 7:00pm in the Thomas More Exhibition Centre. 


If you have any ideas for how the Parents’ Association funds could be spent in Term 2, the Guidelines for Funding Proposal Form must be completed. You can download one from the school website, or below. 

Please submit completed proposals to . The deadline for Term 2 Funding submissions is Friday 10 May.

We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.


2019 Parents’ Association Committee

College Charter Bus

John XXIII College offers Horizons West private bus services taking children to and from school. Currently we run a Southern route through Swanbourne, Cottesloe, Mosman Park, North Fremantle and East Fremantle. We are pleased to extend this service to the north (Floreat, City Beach, Wembley Downs, Scarborough, Doubleview, Woodlands) and the east (Floreat, Churchlands, Wembley, West Leederville) to allow more families the opportunity to make use of this private, safe and convenient bus service.


The service is safe and an affordable option for all primary and secondary students.


Tickets are available for purchase for $2.50 each way from the main administration reception on Mooro Drive, Mount Claremont.


To find out more information about the specific stops and times in your area please view the PDF below


Request for additional stops 

We appreciate all the feedback we have received from parents and guardians in relation to our private bus charter service.


We are currently still working through all the feedback we have received with Horizons West. We had hoped to have this finalised earlier, however this is taking longer than we originally anticipated.


We will come back to families soon with an update on what changes we have been able to implement and will most likely start the new routes at the start of Term 2.


Thanks for your understanding.

Bus Routes




Summer Canteen Menu 

Please see the attached Summer Canteen Menu, which is available for Term 1.

Please could the secondary students bring some form of identification when collection their
lunch orders. A labelled book or item of clothing is acceptable until such time as student cards are

Term 2 Winter Menu

Updated Winter Menu for Term 2.  There has been no price change to our menu items.  We have a new dairy supplier, which is Parmalat and will no longer stock Brownes dairy items.  All the milk products are made using milk from WA.  This has allowed us to drop the price of some of our items, which we have passed on to the students.  Please be aware that some products and the product sizes have changed.


Canteen opening hours

  • Breakfast: 8:00am to 8:45am
  • Recess: 10:40am to 11:00am
  • Lunch: 12:50pm to 1:25pm

Ordering online

How to get started:

  • Visit
  • Sign up by completing the registration form
  • Receive a confirmation email with activation link
  • Activate your account and login to the website
  • Add your children and credit to your account
  • Order at your convenience (up to four weeks in advance)

How to activate your Smart Rider card:

  • Log on to your account
  • Go to the ‘Students’ tab and select the student
  • Select ‘Register Students Card’ and complete the fields

Uniform Shop

During Term 1 we are open the following hours:

  • Monday 8:00 am to 5:45 pm
  • Wednesday 8:00 am to 4:15 pm 
  • Friday 8:00 am to 11:45 am

The shop will be open for your convenience on the pupil free day, Friday 13 April from 8:00am to 11:45am, in case you might like to purchase your winter uniform when you come to the College for you teacher appointment.


We will also be open on the last day of the school holidays on Monday 30 April, from 8:00am to 5:45pm.

Secondhand items

Secondhand uniforms will be accepted on and after Friday March 15. Items must be freshly cleaned and pressed.  Only clothing in excellent condition can be accepted for sale.

Term 2 - Winter Uniform

Winter Uniform is to be worn from the first day of Term 2.

  • Secondary boys need blazer, tie, trousers and belt.
  • Secondary girls need blazer, tie and tights.

Now is the time to come and be fitted for these items.  Please do not leave your shopping until the last minute.  If students come at recess or lunch times, shop staff can help them with fitting and we can call parents for credit card payment.  Items may be returned if you are not happy with the fit.


Remember to bring your outgrown blazer, freshly cleaned, to us for re-sale.




Inigo Parent Talks

Ignatian Induction Program for Parents

All John XXIII College staff and parents are given the opportunity to participate in the Ignatian Induction Program.

The modules aim to provide staff and parents with the essence of the ethos of John XXIII College. They are a great opportunity to learn about lgnatian Spirituality and meet other parents to explore spirituality within an lgnatian context.


The program consists of six independent content modules with a certificate issued upon completion of all six modules.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Murray Graham by email or phone 9383 0444.

John XXIII College Alumni 

ALUMNI Events & Reunions

College Cup Sailing Regatta

  • Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, Peppermint Grove
  • Sunday 5 May 2019
  • 8.30am
  • Sailing experience preferable but not necessary
  • Young Guns and Oldies
  • RSVP essential for catering purposes

CINI Australia Afternoon Tea

  • Thomas More Exhibition Centre, John XXIII College
  • Sunday 5 May 2019
  • 2.00pm
  • Booking essential
  • Tickets: $55 Full, $45 concession, $400 table of 8. (wine extra)

Ron Logan Cup (Football) – John XXIII Day

  • 1st XVIII vs Alumni
  • 9 August 2019
  • 12.30pm
  • RSVP appreciated.
  • Jumpers provided
  • Refreshments following the game


Theresa Elliott Shield (Netball) – John XXIII Day

  • Current Netball team vs Alumni
  • 9 August 2019
  • 12.30pm
  • RSVP appreciated
  • Bibs provided
  • Refreshments following the game


1st Year Class 2018 Reunion 

  • Circle of Friends Café, John XXIII College
  • Thursday 5 September 2019
  • 6.00pm
  • Beverages and food provided
  • Bus to Claremont following the event
  • $10 RSVP essential


10 Year Class 2009 Reunion

  • Registration at John XXIII College
  • Saturday 19 October 2019
  • 5.30pm
  • Liturgy and Class Photo
  • Principal’s drinks and canapes
  • Bus to Claremont Football Club


20 Year Class 1999 Reunion

  • Registration at John XXIII College
  • Saturday 19 October 2019
  • 5.30pm
  • Liturgy and Class Photo
  • Principal’s drinks and canapes
  • Bus to Claremont Football Club


30 Year Class 1989 Reunion

  • Registration at John XXIII College
  • Saturday 19 October 2019
  • 5.30pm
  • Liturgy and Class Photo
  • Principal’s drinks and canapes
  • Bus to Mosman Park Bowling Club

For further information please contact Anna Gingell, Alumni Development, on 9383 0520 or email 

Community Notices

Road rehabilitation projects

The council has advised that the programmed Road Rehabilitation Project for Alfred Road (between Brockway Road and Mimosa Avenue) is scheduled to commence on Monday, 8 April 2019, the goal is to complete the works before Friday, 3 May 2019. 


Below is further information that we have received.


Meet and Greet.pdf
WA-Immunisation-Schedule- Nov 2018.pdf
COTTESLOE Sacrament Enrolment Form.docx
Creative Ministry Resources
Cottesloe_Holy Week Timetable BW 2019 .pdf
Doubleview_Holy Week 2019.pdf
Socrates believed literacy would corrupt the youth of Athens.
Notification letter - Alfred Rd.pdf
Magis Calendar Semester One.pdf
Charter Bus Flyer.pdf
Canteen Menu 2019.pdf
2019 Winter Menu.pdf
lgnatian induction program.pdf
Information for students involved in Northern Associated Schools Sport.pdf
NAS SUMMER VENUES as at 17 January 2019.pdf
Year 7 NAS team lists.pdf
Year 8 NAS team lists.pdf
YR 9 NAS team lists.pdf
YR 10 to 12 NAS team lists.pdf
NAS Sport Results Term 1 2019.pdf
MPA Skills 2019 Try-A-Trade Information Sheet.pdf
NECA Try-a-Trade Flyer.pdf
SMT019-18 Try A Trade CTF 2019.pdf
Try-A-Trade Flyer NMTAFE.pdf
Trade Open Day Flyer.pdf
Guidelines, Process and Template for Funding Proposals.pdf