03 August 2017
Issue Twenty-three
Important Dates & Correspondence
Principal's Report
Infant Jesus School
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Important Dates

Important Dates and Correspondence

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Term 3 2017

 Monday                             Performing Arts Choir

7 August


Tuesday                              Board Meeting

8 August


Thursday                            Parish Mass Yrs 3 and 4

10 August


Monday                               Book Week

14 August


Tuesday                                Whole School Mass

15 August                             P & F Meeting


Wednesday                          Dress Up & Assembly

16 August                              Book Week


Saturday                                Family Mass 6.30pm

19 August                               Commitment Mass First Eucharist


Sunday                                     Commitment Mass First Eucharist

20 August                                9.30am and 6pm


Monday                                     Parent Night Meeting

21 August                                 First Eucharist


Term Calendar 2017


Student Free Days 2017

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


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.


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


Lowes have advised that any quality issues regarding uniforms can be addressed with their Mirrabooka Store directly and exchanges will be made on faulty stock. New shipments will be arriving soon with all stock and sizing available.


For opening times and online orders go to


iNewsletter Information

We will soon have a facility to allow Readers of this Newsletter to read it in any language at the press of a button. More information in Term 3.


Newsletter Deadline

If you have articles for the Newsletter please be aware that the Newsletter is assembled on Tuesday and Wednesday and then emailed out on Thursday. It is helpful to assembly to have articles as early as possible. Thankyou

Principal's Report

Principal's Report


Dear Parents,


Next week, Tuesday 8 August, is the Feast of St Mary MacKillop - Australia's first saint.



Mary MacKillop is Australia's first saint and is known as Mother Mary of the Cross. During her life she was faithful, courageous and always trusted in God. Her work inspired countless people both in Australia and throughout the world. Mary was well known for saying 'Never see a need without doing something about it.'


Saint Mary's life began in 1842 in Fitzroy, Victoria. She was the eldest of eight children, and was well educated by her father. Unfortunately, he lacked financial awareness, so the family was often without a home of their own and depended on friends and relatives so family members were frequently separated from one another.


From the age of sixteen, Mary earned her living and greatly supported her family, as a governess, as a clerk and as a teacher at the Portland school. While acting as a governess to her uncle's children at Penola, Mary met Father Julian Tennision Woods who needed help in the religious education of children in the outback. At the time Mary's family depended on her income so she was not free to follow her dream. However, in 1866, greatly inspired and encouraged by Father Woods, Mary opened the first Saint Joseph's School in a disused stable in Penola.


Young women came to join Mary, and so the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph was begun. In 1867, Mary was asked by Bishop Shiel to come to Adelaide to start a school. From there, the Sisters spread, in groups to small outback settlements and large cities around Australia, New Zealand, and now in Peru, Brazil and refugee camps of Uganda and Thailand. Mary and these early Sisters, together with other Religious Orders and Lay Teachers of the time, had a profound influence on the forming of Catholic Education as we have come to know and experience it today. She also opened Orphanages and Providences to care for the homeless and destitute both young and old, and Refuges for ex-prisoners and ex-prostitutes who wished to make a fresh start in life.


Throughout her life, Mary met with opposition from people outside the Church and even from some of those within it. In the most difficult of times she consistently refused to attack those who wrongly accused her and undermined her work, but continued in the way she believed God was calling her and was always ready to forgive those who wronged her.


Throughout her life Mary suffered ill health. She died on August 8, 1909 in the convent in Sydney where her tomb is now enshrined. Since then the Congregation has grown and now numbers about 900, working mainly in Australia and New Zealand but also scattered singly or in small groups around the world. The "Brown Joeys" may be seen in big city schools, on dusty bush tracks, in modern hospitals, in caravans, working with the "little ones" of God - the homeless, the new migrants, the Aboriginals, the lonely and the unwanted, in direct care and in advocacy, in standing with and in speaking with. In their endeavours to reverence the human dignity of others and to change unjust structures, the Sisters and many others who also share the Mary MacKillop spirit continue the work which she began.


This great Australian woman inspired great dedication to God's work in the then new colonies. In today's world, she stands as an example of great courage and trust in her living out of God's loving and compassionate care of those in need.


Mary MacKillop was Canonised on October 17, 2010 at St Peter's Basilica, Rome. Pope Benedict XVI proclaimed Mary's sainthood during the Canonisation Mass. Mary MacKillop truly lived and passed on the Gospel values.  Her love, faith, trust, commitment and enthusiasm live on in our lives today.  Mary is a wonderful inspiration and model for all.


Mary MacKIllop's Feast Day is 8 August.



 Help your child ACHIEVE!

One way to help your child achieve at school is to work together with your child’s teacher. The parent-teacher partnership takes work from both sides to become a reality. Here are some ideas from parenting educator Michael Grose that will help.


There’s no doubt that the best outcomes for kids happen when teachers and parents work together to support children’s learning. Here are 10 ways you can work with your child’s teacher to maximise your child’s chances of school success.


1. Know what your child’s teacher is trying to achieve.

Like children, every teacher is different with their own specific expectations, goals and interests. Get to know your child’s teacher and gain an understanding of their approach and aspirations for your child’s class.


2. Keep your expectations reasonable and positive.

If your expectations are too high children may give up. Too low and they will meet them! The trick is to keep your aspirations for your child in line with their ability and their interests. Also, be realistic about what your child’s school can deliver. Sometimes our expectations of schools are not in line with their capabilities or their roles.


3. Support your teacher’s expectations and activities at home.

One practical way of supporting your child is to take a real interest in their home-based learning tasks and follow the guidelines laid out by teachers.


4. Send kids to school ready to learn and on time.

Maximise your child’s chances of success by sending them to school in a good frame of mind, with plenty of sleep and a good breakfast. Also make sure they get to school on time. It’s estimated that many kids miss up to two weeks of school a year when they are routinely late by just five minutes a day.


5. Inform teachers of your child’s challenges and changes.

Life’s not always smooth sailing for kids. Family circumstances can alter. Friends move away. Illness happens. These changes affect learning. Make sure you keep your child’s teacher up-to-date with significant changes or difficulties your child experiences, so he or she can accommodate their emotional and learning needs at school.



6. Skill children to work with others.

Schools are social places requiring children to work and play with each other much of the time. Teaching manners to kids, as well as encouraging them to share their time, space and things with others are practical ways to help kids with their social skills. Talk through any social challenges they may have, helping them develop their own strategies to get on with others.


7. Respectfully seek joint solutions to problems and difficulties.

Resist the temptation to solve all your children’s problems or think you have the only solution. Most learning and social problems can be resolved when teachers and parents work together in the best interests of the child.


8. Participate fully in class and school activities.

There is a huge body of research that points to the correlation between parent involvement in a child’s schooling and their educational success. Quite simply, if you want your child to improve then take an interest in his or her learning, attend as many school functions as you can, and follow the lead provided by your child’s teacher. This simple strategy will have a massive, long-term impact.


9. Trust your teacher’s knowledge, professionalism and experience.

Your child’s teachers are your greatest allies. Their training, their experience around kids and their objective professionalism puts them in a strong position to make judgement calls about your child.


10. Talk up what happens at school.

Your child will take their cues from you about how they see their school. If you want your child to value learning and enjoy their time at school, then you need to support your school and make sure he or she hears positive messages about learning, teachers and the school itself. You can set a strong educational agenda at home by talking up your school.


This type of 10 point plan is easy to read but hard to put into practice, particularly when you get busy or your child has significant difficulties. Choose two or three ideas from this list to really focus on in the coming year and you’ll find that the rest will fall into place. Good luck and nurture the partnerships you have with your child.


Performing Arts Festival

During the next few weeks students from Infant Jesus School are participating in the Catholic Schools Performing Arts Festival. Children will represent the school in the Choral (School Choir) and in the Liturgical sections of the festival. The festival incorporates students from Catholic schools around the state.  It is a time of great excitement for our budding musicians as they will assuredly share their hard work and prowess, through voice or upon dedicated instruments, with the wider community.

On Monday the Infant Jesus School Choir will be participating in the Liturgical section at St Benedict's Parish Church, Applecross. In the following weeks the School Choir, Year Four Choir and the School Band will also be participating in the festival on the following dates - 


The Infant Jesus School Choir & The Year 4 Choir

Tuesday 22 August (2.45pm-4.00pm)

Vasto Club, Balcatta


Infant Jesus Concert Band

Tuesday 22 August (7.00pm-9.30pm)   

Marist Auditorium

Newman College


Safeguarding Project
Child Protection Week 2017

Child Protection Week will commence on Sunday 3 September, 2017, and we will officially celebrate Child Protection Sunday on 10 September 2017.


Once again, the Perth Catholic Archdiocese will be the host for the official Western Australian Child Protection Week Event. Child Protection Week is a national week and in every state, one event is chosen by NAPCAN (National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) to be listed as the official state event. As such, the relevant Government Ministers and their CEOs and Directors together with the Commissioner for Police and Executive Director of the Department for Child Protection will be invited to attend. National Awards for Child Protection Agencies will also be announced at the Breakfast by the Commissioner for Children and Young People WA.



This year the competition for children’s involvement is a poster competition and all the details are attached. Please print off the flyer and start promoting this in your parish. 


There will be a major prize for each age group winner which will be presented to the individual winners at the Child Protection Week Breakfast.


The winning children and a parent will be invited to attend the breakfast event at no charge and their posters will be displayed on the big screen during the prize presentations.


The overall winner will again win an IPad and the exciting news is that the overall winner’s poster will be used to create the official Safeguarding Poster that will then be distributed to all parishes for use in the foyer or hall.  


ALL DETAILS ARE ATTACHED and entries need to be in the Safeguarding Office/Parish Office no later than 19 August 2017 for judging.



 School Improvement Colloquium

This week, a small contingent of staff from Infant Jesus School will be attending the National Diocesan System – School Improvement Colloquium for School Effectiveness and Improvement across the system. We have been asked to present at this conference some of the work we are doing as a school in the area of school leadership, whole school improvement and digital technologies. The theme –Catholic School Improvement – Impact on ALL Students – places at the heart of the Colloquium, a focus on the young people we serve in Catholic education. 


Our workshop details the development and impact of school improvement over the past three years; shares the future direction of school and system reform in WA through Leading Lights; and demonstrates moving theory to practice through the sharing of one school’s journey in developing quality teachers who have embraced digital transformation with improved outcomes for students as their focus.


25th Jubilee Infant Jesus Church

This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the new Infant Jesus Church. Fr Sunny and the assistant priests, along with the Parish Council and the various active committees within the church are planning for a big celebration to recognise the occasion. Three bishops, including Archbishop Costelloe will be attending the Masses over the weekend of  26 & 27 August.  


As you know, Saturday 19 August is an Infant Jesus School Family Mass. There will be a number of opportunities for our community to be involved, particularly as Friday 25 August is IJ Day!


Attached is the Parish Jubilee Week Program. Please mark your Calendar.

Family Mass

A focus for 2017 for Infant Jesus School is to strengthen the links between the Parish and the School. As a school community we have been invited to organise and lead parts of the Mass at Infant Jesus Church at 6.30pm on Saturday 19 August. This is a very significant time for the Parish as this Mass is the beginning of the Silver Jubilee Celebration of Infant Jesus Church.


This Mass is also one of the Commitment Masses for the children who are commencing their preparation to receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist. 


The School Choir will also be involved and will be leading the singing at this celebration. If you, and your family, would like to help in any way please contact Ms Melissa Myles or Ms Clare Moffat.


We are looking forward to seeing all families at this special occasion to begin the Silver Jubilee celebrations. 


Assumption Day Mass

On Tuesday 15 August, we will celebrate Assumption Day Mass in the Infant Jesus Parish Church. This is a Holy Day of obligation. On this feast of Mary, we celebrate a special favour that God gave to Mary, our Mother.  The Assumption means that Mary was taken up into the glory of heaven not only with her soul, but also with her body. As we celebrate the feast day of Mary, we ask our Blessed Mother Mary to guide, protect and care for us.


Prayer for the Week

Mary MacKillop Prayer


God of the pilgrim
 Mary MacKillop

trusted your guidance in her journey of life

and deepened her confidence in your will.

May we renew our trust in your Providence to lead us in hope.

May we relish the sacred in the ordinariness of our lives.

May we grow in the fullness of your love and the depth of your mystery.

We ask this through Jesus Christ the way, the truth and the life.





Thought for the Week


Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God’s kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile.

Mother Teresa


God Bless,


Paul Hille






With second semester well upon us, the Year Two children are immersed in their learning and continue to work towards being the best that they can be.  



The Religious Education unit begins by wondering at the human experience of being alive and able to love. The students will be introduced to the source of these experiences, the human soul. The students will be introduced to reasons why Catholics celebrate the Eucharist (Mass) using special actions, vessels and words. Finally the unit explores ways in which Christians are called to love God and love others. 


The second unit begins with wondering at the human experience of belonging to a family. This leads people to wonder at God, who gave us our families to love each of us personally. We explore ways in which Jesus lived in a family and this shows us ways of loving family members. Finally, the unit explores ways in which members of God’s family are called by Jesus to love each other as he loves them.




Our daily dedicated Literacy block is divided into three specific areas targeting Reading, Writing and Word Study.  During third term the children will be learning about the structure of writing persuasive and informative texts as well as consolidating their understanding of writing narratives, retells and recounts. With persuasive texts they will be formulating arguments to support a variety of topics.  They will continue to edit their own work and progress to publishing their writing.


The children are also building and consolidating strategies to assist them with literal and inferential comprehension.  We ask that you continue to support your child in this area at home during their daily reading sessions by encouraging your child to predict, recall and discuss what they have read. 



Our Maths’ dedicated time will continue to support children in their understanding of Place Value.  The children will be exploring the concepts of multiplication through repeated addition, groups and arrays as well as division through sharing. 


In the area of Data Representation and Interpretation we will continue to collect and represent data through graphing and tallies.  In the Measurement and Geometry strand we will explore the concept of telling the time using both analogue and digital clocks.  We will specifically be learning about o’clock, half past and quarter past/quarter to.  



Our conceptual focus this term is examining the changes in technology and the impact this has had on our lives today.  Through discussion and research we will explore the history of music/entertainment devices and how technology has changed the way generations of people live out their daily lives.  We will also be exploring the impact developing technology has had in various areas of our lives especially communicating with others both near and far.


In Science we will identify and discuss the many properties of different materials and the way in which these materials can be used and recycled.  Through experimentation, the children will manipulate materials, test ideas and assess the suitability for different uses.




It is important that everybody learn to do some calculations mentally when paper and pencil or a calculator is not handy. Over the next few weeks we will be look at the development of beginning mental math strategies that a parent might help a child learn at home. 


Mental math should not be confused with the memorisation of basic mathematics facts — such as knowing the times-tables by heart. While memorising basic facts makes mental math easier, doing mathematics mentally requires both memorised facts and the manipulation (strategies) of numbers and operations in order to solve problems that are much more complex than the simple number facts we can easily memorise. 


The following mental math strategies are arranged in general order from the easiest strategies children can learn to perform in their head to more difficult and challenging mental math gymnastics. 



Doing addition problems in your head is probably the best way to start doing mental math. Even young children — 5, 6, and 7 year- olds— can do the easiest strategies below. While the first few may seem trivial to adults, they are a good way for children to begin learning to do mental math. 


When the words “hearing” and “saying” are used in these strategies, they mean “hearing in your head” and “saying in your head.” 



Since ten is the basis of our number system, students who know all the single-digit combinations that equal 10 can make good use of them in doing mental math. The making-ten strategy involves memorizing the number combinations that add to ten: 7 + 3, 8 + 2, 5 + 5, etc. —they are not as useful if children need to think hard to remember these combinations. Once students memorize these, counting-on or other strategies become easier. For example, 6 + 4 = 10 may be a trivial problem, but if you know your combinations of ten, this strategy can then be extended to harder problems, such as 76 + 4, since76+4=70+6+4=70+10=80—easy! 


Pastoral Care Ministry News

The Pastoral Care Ministry has spoken to each year level informing them about the St. Vincent De Paul Winter Appeal. The Winter Appeal is an appeal for items that will keep the homeless warm this winter. We are collecting items that are in good condition and that will keep people warm. These items may include, blankets, jumpers, coats, beanies or sleeping bags. Please place your donations in the boxes that are in your class’ wet area by Friday  4 August.









We are also continuing to collect ring pulls for Brother Ollie’s Wheelchairs. These ring pulls are donated to Brother Ollie who turns them into wheelchairs for the less fortunate. Any aluminium ring pull can be placed in the green container located near the iLab. 


Thank you. 





During lessons throughout the school day teachers have observed that some students are dimming their iPad screens to conserve battery life. When the screen is dimmed the children’s eyes must strain to see the screen. We ask that parents remind their children to set their screen brightness to an appropriate brightness and remind them to charge their iPads each night.  


iPads run on lithium batteries which respond well to frequent charging. It is recommended to not let iPads regularly drain completely before charging as this can harm the battery. The iPad  battery has a built in sensor to prevent it from overcharging so the best time to charge your device is overnight. More information on this topic can be found






P & F


Tickets are on sale NOW!

- To book a table please email

- Tables of 8-10 only, no individual tickets

Tables are LIMITED and selling FAST so please book quickly!



Coffee - Thursday 3 August at The Coffee Club, Galleria straight after drop off  

Dinner - Friday 1 September 7pm at Two40Three, Coventry Village - RSVP by 28 August  
Hope to see you all there - Justine & Sherrie 



Please see attached information regarding this year's Father and Son Camp.


Woolworth Earn and Learn


This year we are participating in the Woolworths Earn & Learn program. Through this program we will be able to get new educational resources for our school – and all we need you to do is shop for your groceries at Woolworths. From Wednesday 26 July to Tuesday 19 September we are collecting Woolworths Earn & Learn Stickers. You will get one Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker for every $10 spent (excluding liquor, tobacco and gift cards). Place the Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker onto a Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker Sheet and when it’s complete, the Sticker Sheet can be dropped into the Collection Box here at the school or at your local Woolworths.
At the end of the promotion, we’ll be able to get some great new equipment. The range is extensive and offers lots of items ideal for our students – including resources for Maths, English, Science and some fantastic fun supplies for Arts & Craft and Sport. If you’d like to know more visit
A box has been placed in the office for you to put your completed sticker sheets.  If you have any questions about this promotion then please come and see me.



Seasons for Growth 2017

A program to help children adjust and learn ways of coping with loss and grief or other significant changes in their lives. Further information and participation consent form is attached.

Penny Storey - Social Worker


Tuning Into Kids - Parent Program

Infant Jesus School will be offering the Tuning in to Kids parent program over six weeks, commencing in Term 3, Week 3. Further information and registration form is attached.


Canteen Roster


Friday 4 August

Belinda Chami, Billie Dewitt, Rosanna Monastra

Monday 7 August

Nicole Mesiti, Leah Wilson, Tracy Caputo

Wednesday 9 August

Olivia Ikos, Alison Wilathgamuwa, Justine Scriva


The attached Winter Menu continues for Term 3. 




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. 



An iPad is now available for entering the school during school hours. This replaces the sign in book. Please follow these procedures:

  • Sign in and receive a Lanyard or Exit Card
  • Enter the school
  • Sign out and return the Lanyard

All visitors to the school must sign in i.e. Parents dropping things off, Parents picking up students, Volunteers helping Canteen or Class, Students arriving late,  Maintenance workers etc.



There is an approval procedure that must be followed if you are taking your children out of school for several days.  

  • Letter or email must be sent to the Principal and Teacher advising the school of the circumstances of the absence. 
  • School then formally approves the absence with a letter sent to Parents.

It is important to note that the Education Act states that all children need to be at school at all times during the school year.


Prolonged absences should only be taken if it is essential for illness, pastoral and family reasons. In this instance it is a requirement that parents provide a valid explanation in writing for children’s non-attendance at school.


It is also important to note that prolonged absence from school may impact on children’s learning.



As part of the Infant Jesus ‘Power of One’ initiative, we will be having

Kids’ Konga classes for Years 1 – 6 children during Term 3. The classes will be a combination of aerobic fitness and dance, set to music. Further details are included in the attachment.


Parish News

Tuesday 15 August
Mass Times:  7am, 9am (Whole School Mass) and 7:30pm


 This feast is a holy day of obligation for all Catholics, celebrated each year on August 15. Feast of the Assumption commemorates the death of Mary and her bodily assumption into Heaven and signifies the Blessed Virgin's passing into eternal life.


“Thy pure and spotless body was not left in the earth, but the abode of the Queen, of God’s true Mother, was fixed in the heavenly kingdom alone.”           -          St. John Damascene



The enrolment for the Sacrament of First Eucharist is now overdue. 
Please complete and return your enrolment form as soon as possible.

·  Commitment Masses- Saturday, 19 August at 6:30pm, or  Sunday, 20 August at 9.30am or  at 6.00pm
·  Parents Information Night- Monday, 21 August, 7:00pm at the Parish Centre
·  Parents and Child Workshop- Monday, 28 August, 7:00pm at the Parish Centre
·  First Eucharist Retreat and Practice - Friday 8 September 9am at Parish Centre
·  First Eucharist Masses- Saturday, 9 September at 6.30pm, OR Sunday, 10 September at 9.30am OR at 11.30am

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


St Dominic

Truth was Dominic’s motto and his goal. Dominic was born in Spain, the youngest of four children. He was educated by his uncle, a priest. Dominic became a priest and joined a religious community. Soon he became the prior, or head.


Dominic might have lived his whole life in that monastery if he had not gone with his bishop to northern Europe in 1204. As they traveled, Dominic saw that many people were following heretics, or false teachers. One heresy was Albigensianism, named for the French town of Albi where it had begun. These who followed this heresy taught that people do not have a free will. They taught that marriage was bad, but suicide and the killing of elderly or fatally ill people could be good. Because these heretics lived strict lives with little comfort, people believed them.


Dominic saw that the Catholics sent by the pope to preach against the heresies lived in comfort. The people would not accept their teaching because their lives did not support what they taught. Dominic, his bishop, and three Cistercian monks went from city to city preaching the truth of Christ, using the Bible. They went on foot, depending on others for food and a place to sleep. Soon people returned to the faith—not only because of what these preachers said, but because of how they lived.


In 1206 Dominic began an order of religious women. At one point the bishop died, and the three monks left Dominic. To make matters worse, war broke out between the heretics and some Church members. Dominic’s mission seemed to be failing. At this time he was greatly supported by the prayers and encouragement of the Sisters.


By 1215 a few men had joined Dominic in his work of preaching. He founded the Order of Preachers, better known as the Dominicans. Dominic urged his members to study and to pray. Then they would be ready to preach. Dominic realized that to be true witnesses of the Gospel, Dominicans could not be wealthy. His followers also deeply loved the Blessed Virgin Mary and spread devotion to her through the rosary.


Dominic’s community was different from most because his friars traveled and preached instead of staying in their monastery. Dominic’s order tried to reach the well-educated who were deceived by heresy, while the Franciscans went to the poor and uneducated.

While St. Dominic was on a preaching mission through northern Italy, he died, only six years after he had founded his community.


Dominic was able to draw the members of this community together and inspire them to love and forgive one another. He was outstanding for his love of truth, his clear thought, his organizing ability, and his sensitive, loving nature. For Dominic, love for people was part of his love for God.


Infant Jesus School  is one of many schools in Western Australia established by the Sisters of the Dominican Order. Our newsletter, Veritas, reflects our Dominican heritage.




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.


Centre for Faith Enrichment

Are you searching for ways to enrich your understanding of the Catholic faith and tradition? Would you like to find out more about the role of women in the Bible, the leadership of Pope Francis or John Paul II’s teachings on the theology of the body? The Centre for Faith Enrichment offers a wide range of face-to-face and online courses and events on topics ranging from spirituality, Church history, theology, scripture, Christian living and much more. No exams or assignments, just a relaxed and friendly learning atmosphere. To know more visit our website where you will find our courses and events page.  


Maggie Dent at Guildford

Guildford Primary School P and C are organising an Evening with Maggie Dent.  She will be talking about Everyday Learning about Grief and Loss and Children.


City of Bayswater
School Parking Schedule


VacSwim October

Enrol your children now in VacSwim swimming lessons during the October and December/January school holidays.

With swimming pools and beaches a part of the Western Australian lifestyle, ensuring your children can swim competently and safely is a must for all families.   Your children can join in the fun of learning to swim in lessons conducted at pools and open water venues across the State. VacSwim is for all children - from beginners through to advanced survival, rescue and resuscitation.
Your children can learn to swim for just: 
•    $7.00 per child for a five day short program 
•    $13.00 per child for all other programs.


It's even cheaper if you have three or more children:
•    $18.00 a family for a five day short program 
•    $35.00 a family for all other programs.

To find out more about VacSwim and to enrol online please visit


LOWES School Uniform Sale

Please find attached a flyer for a Sale that Lowes is having on Thursday 10 August.  



2017 Calendar Terms 1-4 (updated 20 July).pdf
Tuning In To Kids – Parent Program 2017 PDF.pdf
Canteen Menu Winter 2017 PDF.pdf
NOTICE 1 - F&S CAMP IS HERE (17.7.17).pdf
Join us for Konga[1].pdf
Join us for Konga[1].pdf
Silver Jubilee Week - Program.pdf
01_Safeguarding_Poster Comp 2017_Final.pdf
FINAL Child Protection Save-the-date Flyer EMAIL.pdf
City of Bayswater Parking.pdf
VS OCT2017_A4 POSTER.pdf
Vac Swim.pdf
Children's Book Week 2017.pdf
Grief and Loss Maggie Dent.pdf