23 November 2018
Issue Seventy Six
From the Principal
Around The Primary
Family Zone & Cyber Safety
Music - Week 37
Pathways and Transition
  Inigo Parent Talks
Uniform Shop
Charter Bus
John XXIII College Alumni 
Community Notices
John XXIII College
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From the Principal

A sense of belonging

In the 1950s and 1960s many Italians from the same village settled in Pennsylvania in the USA. Some years later a study was completed to consider what factors were leading to their excellent health. It was a time when many Americans were identified as having poor dietary and exercise habits and researchers were keen to determine what could be gleaned from the practices of the Italian immigrants. Surprisingly, there was little difference from other residents, so attention turned to genetic factors. Again, nothing pronounced was noted which puzzled the researchers. Finally, interviews were conducted which found an extraordinary level of participation and contribution to local community groups and clubs. In this instance, a sense of belonging to these groups was the link to a longer life.


Many of our students are currently involved in end of year sport, drama, music, art and Magis performances and functions. It is brilliant that these students have such a strong sense of belonging through these activities. We also acknowledged our numerous parent volunteers at a celebration last week. On the night, I made the point that their sense of service was a superb example to their children.


On Friday evening a large crowd listened to a panel of John XXIII men discuss parenting as part of the fathering project at our College. The participation of West Coast coach and parent, Adam Simpson, was a major attraction and it is a brilliant concept to bring our Dads together. On Sunday I attended Mass and Morning tea with Loreto Alumni who do an exceptional job of maintaining their links to both Loreto Nedlands and John XXIII College.


It is a privilege to have an involvement in a Catholic College that fosters an involvement of both students and families and our gratitude is extended to our wonderful extended community for their varied and rich contribution.


Robert Henderson


Around The Primary

Dear Parents

The Primary Music Ensemble Concert on Wednesday evening was a special event for those students who have participated in various ensembles and choirs throughout the year. It was the last performance for our Year 6 students and we especially thank them for their contribution to Music in the Primary school over many years. Thank you to our Music staff who work very hard behind the scenes, rehearsing and assisting students with their practice and repertoire to make this event happen.


To top the week off, Ms O’Connor and Year 5G planned and produced a fantastic Christmas item for today’s Assembly.

It is that exciting time of the year when we welcome our 2019 Pre-Kindy and Kindy students for their Orientation session. Our Pre-Primary to Year 6 2019 students will have their Transition session next Friday with their 2019 teacher and also meet new classmates for next year.

It is important that we encourage the students to meet this change with a sense of positivity and hope. The students will meet new friends and begin to make new connections with others that will continue into next year. At the end of the year, our staff conduct what we call handover sessions where they share pertinent information with the 2019 teacher to ensure that each child’s academic, social and wellbeing needs are shared with relevant staff.


As the school year draws to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our 2018 PALs for their fantastic contribution in coordinating volunteering requirements throughout the Primary School, as well as, organising family and parent events throughout the year. It is a wonderful example of the depth and breadth of our College community. Special thanks to Liz Blaxell for her year as Vice President of the Parents’ Association Committee and also for co-ordinating the Parents’ Association Liaison (PALS).


2018 PALS


Maggie Maginn
Lisha D’Souza
Alyssa Swan
Priscilla Grainger
Pre Primary
Helen Crawford
Kelly Edwards
Kym Grabham
Sacha Free
Siobhan Collins


Year 1
Nicole Perera
Helen McCready
Chrystelle Nicholls
Janelle Biagi


Year 2
Brooke Prosser
Marianne Dahle
Danielle Engelbrecht

Deanne Conway


Year 3
Lia Tonich
Kristy Paolucci
Alix Polini
Donna Burns


Year 4
Angela Soares
Lena Teo
Tina Perez
Brooke Gregory


Year 5
Marija Lugonja
Alix Polini
Penny McPherson Price
Natalia Bovell
Pip Gillman


Year 6

Lena Teo
Nat Kendal

Renae Collins

Anna Torre

Sue-Ellen Morphett


Next Wednesday we are having a Nude Food lunchbox day in the Primary school. We are encouraging all families to pack a lunchbox that is free of any wrapping or packaging. Each class will be taking a tally of the plastic wrapping, juice boxes and packets to see which class has the least. Lunch orders from the canteen will still be available but the packaging will be counted.

Kind regards


Antoinette De Pinto
Head of Primary

Semester 2 Reports

As you are aware the College is now using ‘SEQTA’ as a learning platform and parents can interact with this product via a website known as ‘SEQTA Engage’. When parents log in to this website you are able view your children’s academic reports which are generated as PDF files.


To access SEQTA Engage please use the following link as the URL in your internet browser.


Once you have logged in, the reports can be accessed under the ‘Assessment’ tab.


If you have any difficulties accessing your child’s report at the end of the term, please send any enquiries to


Reports will be ready from 3.00pm on Friday 7 December.

Well done to all the students who received a certificate for their fantastic achievements.


Harriet Allen
Sam Stephenson
Alyssa Sy Suan
Sam Travis

Alexander MacMillan

Lachlan Conway

Mason Rogers


Benjamin Skerratt
Sasha Gardner
Jack Watson


Tilly Finucane

Elliot Hurley

Sophia Levey

Daniel Maginn


Hudson Grabham

Jennalee Briede

Matilda Martin

Matteo Desiati


Eldrice Vidyagiri

Georgia Walsh

Charles O’Toole

Gianmarco Bergomi
Elle Paoluccci

Charlie Lennon

Myles Cabassi

Luka O’Gorman

Alice Edmondson



Klara Travlos

Sasha Watt


Cate Thomasz
Carla Chipperfield


Lauren McLernon
Joshua McGlew


Emily Litic

Oliver Grant smith

Amelia Hennessey

Tom Townsend



Olivia Gardner

Ethan Williams


Erica Nikoloski


Thaddeus Ford

Alice Griffiths

Lucas Jory

Luke McLernon

Youth Summit

I would first like to state how amazing it was at the Youth Summit that we attended last Friday. It  not only allowed  Year Fives from different Catholic schools to gather and listen to keynote speakers and each other about leadership and ”Being The One”.  It was great experience for me. I took in all the wisdom that I received from all the role models on that day and will try to use it in my life. I found everything we did was so interactive and it made us all feel a part of something big. It was a wonderful day.

Liam Pietrzak (5B)


The Youth Summit day was spectacular, my peers and I got to experience a fun and educational day at Chisholm College. The day was full of really fun activities, such as, exercise and listening to great keynote speakers, all relating to the overall theme of “Being The One.” This means that we all could be leaders in our schools and in our own lives. All of the speakers had interesting things to say that were easy to understand and fun to listen to. As we left school we were all excited to be going to this special event. I was so grateful that I had the opportunity to go.

Amelia Hennessy (5B)


On Friday 16 November four Year Fives including me attended the Youth Summit at Chisholm College. The theme was “Being The One”. The keynote speakers spoke about the responsibilities involved in being a good leader. I found it very interesting when one of the keynote speakers a television journalist spoke about his experience with bullying at school and how it affected him. When I left the Youth Summit, I felt I was a leader and felt more confident in myself.

Mahalia Upton (5G)


I thought the Youth Summit we attended last Friday was amazing! All the guest speakers really inspired me.  I think they did a fantastic job inspiring all the students that attended about what it means to be a leader. It was a very interactive experience, with all of us feeling that we could speak and be listened to. I feel I will now strive to carry out the lessons I learned on the day in my everyday life.

Greg Briede (5G)



Solar Ovens

The Year 5 students have been busy designing, building and using solar ovens. The temperature in the ovens reached over 200 degrees celsius. After modifying our designs we will test cooking some savoury treats. Yum!



Dates to Remember

Monday 26 November                  Final Day for Pre Kindy B
Tuesday 27 November                  Final day of Swimming Lessons                 

Wednesday 28 November          Yr 4 Brownes Excursion
                                                                     Waste Free Wednesday               

                                                                     Presentation Evening 7:00pm (SLSC)
                                                                    Years 5-11

Thursday 29 November               Pre-Primary Christmas Liturgy 9:00am

                                                                    Kindy Concert 11:00am (Lecture Theatre)

Friday 30 November                      2B Mass 9:00am (Chapel)
                                                                    Final Day for Pre Kindy G


STEM Drone Club​

The College STEM Drone Club had it first official meeting this week. Students flew their own drones around a simple course and it was wonderful to see the piloting skills of our inaugural members. We will get together again next week at the same time in the Gym.


Next year the College hopes to buy its own set of drones that the students can use. We hope to have the students use coding to program the drones to fly in formation and solve problems collaboratively. When we have our drones next year we will also start drone racing with a view to eventually building our own drones.

Damien Connellan & Simon Carrello

Second-hand book sale

  • Those wishing to sell and those wishing to buy or exchange information. 
  • First in, best dressed.
  • Prices are usually agreed at half of the new price depending on the condition of the book.
  • Please ensure you have your own copy of your relevant booklist.
  • Saturday 1 December 2018 from 7.30am-11.00am
  • Chisholm Pavilion, John XXIII College
  • The College does not set prices or charge commission.

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


Buying a device for Christmas? Experts recommend 5 things to consider FIRST

Written by Family Zone Team on 20-Nov-2018 


This holiday season, many kids have only a single item on their wishlist: a new device. But buying a smartphone, tablet or laptop is a big decision for parents. How can you be sure you're making the right one?


First there’s the question of age. Is it even appropriate for children below high-school age to own their technology? What do the experts say?


"The new normal"

Young children owning their own mobile devices “is the new normal.” That’s the conclusion of the Royal Melbourne Children’s Hospital, following an Australian Child Health poll that found two-thirds of primary school kids and more than a third of pre-schoolers own their own mobile device.


The ACH poll found two-thirds of primary school kids and 36% of preschoolers now own their own mobile device. As for Australian teens - if yours tells you “everyone else” has one, turns out that may literally be true. Only nine percent of Aussie children aged 14-17 do not have a smartphone, a 2016  Roy Morgan survey found.


Younger than you think?

So what is the right age for a child to get their own device?

Possibly, a bit earlier than you may have thought, according to Family Zone cyber expert and ySafe psychologist Jordan Foster (but definitely not this young!).


She maintains that when children are given their own device earlier rather than later, there’s an opportunity for parents set firm boundaries and enforce rules. Waiting til kids are older may seem like the right decision, but they will almost certainly be more resistant to restrictions.


Younger children tend to see device ownership as a privilege, not a right. And that’s an attitude parents can reinforce - and  leverage. Plus, if children start out their technology journey with strong parental controls in place, it creates appropriate expectations about safety and responsibility that will continue into their high school years.


Developmental stage

Foster’s fellow cyber expert Dr. Kristy Goodwin, a child development specialist, urges parents to consider children’s social and emotional development as a first priority - not chronological age.

“It’s difficult to prescribe a precise chronological age when it’s safe and/or appropriate,” says Dr. Kristy. “I recommend delaying the decision until you feel your child is emotionally mature and responsible. Remember, your child may be tech savvy but they make lack the social and emotional skills required to safely use the device.


Do they, for instance, “understand the permanent consequences of posting a photo online, or sending a message?” Dr. Kirsty asks.


This is especially true when it comes to smartphone access. Most tablets and laptops are “mobile” but most require a WiFi connection. Because of this - and also because they are bigger and bulkier - they tend to be used either at home or at school, under adult supervision. A smartphone, on the other hand, will literally go everywhere with your child - and of course most come with a data plan that means connection anytime and anywhere is possible.


Giving your child a smartphone is giving them a powerful communication tool that does so much more than make and receive phone calls.


With a phone, they can also create and receive text messages, images, and videos - “and these can be easily and quickly distributed online, screenshot or uploaded onto other websites.


“You’re also giving them a device that can access the Internet anywhere, anytime - unless you use parental controls like Family Zone which can restrict what kids can access and when devices are used.


“When you give a child a smartphone they can potentially post, or distribute embarrassing or incriminating photos/videos/ messages. Kids’ online mistakes or errors in judgement now have digital DNA attached.”


Making the call

Before making a purchase of any new device for your child, experts advise parents to:

1. Assess your child’s emotional maturity. If they’re not ready to understand privacy, empathy and cyber safety risks, they’re probably not ready for a smartphone. If they’re not brilliant at looking after their belongings yet, they’re probably not ready for a smartphone OR a laptop. Consider a tablet instead.


2. Consider a smartphone at a somewhat younger age - around 10 to 11. This can be a critical periodfor children to accept parent-managed access without question or complaint.


3.  Make the gift of a new device a teaching-and-learning experience about digital citizenship, safety and wellbeing.


4. Set up firm rules about how, what, when and where the device can be used. A written contract that sets out your expectations, and your child's responsibilities, is the best first step. Family Zone has created a great  one you can print at home. Download it here.


4. No matter what device you choose, be sure to put strong parental controls in place to filter inappropriate content, restrict social media and games, and set bedtimes and playtimes. Or - if you’re purchasing a smartphone - consider the FZ ONE, the only “real” smartphone for kids with Family Zone controls built right in.

Music - Week 37

Presentation Evening Performances

Please note the following rehearsal and meeting times for Presentation Evening:


Reminder – Instrument Storage

A reminder that all students – Primary and Secondary – are to keep their instruments in the locked Music Storeroom (PAC) during school hours. The College cannot guarantee the safety and security of any instruments left in lockers or outside classrooms.

2019 Instrumental and Vocal Lessons

Applications for instrumental and vocal lessons in 2019 are currently open. Forms are available in the Music Office, via the College website and on SEQTA. Current enrolments will automatically renew for 2019.


Coming soon

  • Year 9 Musical – Hairspray
  • Tuesday 27 November, Roncalli Hall, 7pm
  • Year 8 Drama Night – Let’s Play
    Monday 3 December, Roncalli Hall, 5pm



The Year 10 team of Emily Tyson, Ben Linsten and Alex Panther has been competing in the World Scholar’s Tournament of Champions at Yale University.


The John XXIII team was undefeated in their three debates, a wonderful performance at this high level of competition. We are excited with the wonderful results from Yale World Scholars!  All three team members performed extremely well, and we gained a total of 16 gold and 11 silver medals – splendid for a team of three.


Emily Tyson was the standout and the top student from Australia, not just WA. She ranked 15th in the world out of nearly 900 students competing in the Tournament of Champions. Emily won 9 gold medals – an exceptional performance. Ben Linsten (4 gold) and Alex Panther (3 gold) also did extremely well, and the team was very strong in team as well as individual sections.

A second highlight for this week is that or Year 8 team which came second in the Quest Challenge has qualified for the National finals in Brisbane. Full details for both events will be in the next newsletter.


Jim Miller

Gifted and Talented Coordinator


School Sports Western Australia (SSWA) Champion Schools Junior Boys Carnival

Our Years 7 and 8 male Water Polo team represented the College with valour making the grand final out of 14 schools undefeated in the Group Games.


The boys went down to the narrowest of margins in a penalty shootout (4-3) to CBC A.


We are very proud of the boys efforts in and out of the pool.


Many thanks to the parental and friends support. Special thanks to Mr Doug Watson (Grounds and Maintenance) for coaching the boys today and at training.



Pathways and Transition

Important dates 

TAFE Applications Now Open    

UWA Design Studio for students  - Now Open  

ConocoPhillips Science Experience at UWA – Now Open  

The University of Notre Dame – Twilight Tour   22 Nov & 6 Dec  

Uncovering the UCAT – UWA: 29 November (Formerly known as UMAT) 

Curtin University – Fine Art Advisory Sessions: 3 & 4 December

The University of Notre Dame – 18 December 

Perth Music School – 2019: 14-18 January

Students applying for medicine in 2019 and beyond

2019 Year 12 students who intend pursuing medicine at UWA and Curtin University will need to sit a UCAT exam in July.  It was previously known as UMAT.  The UCAT will be like UMAT but it will now be a two-hour computer-based test.   UCAT will assess a range of mental abilities identified by universities as important to practicing in the fields of medicine / dentistry / clinical sciences.  Students should prepare for the test using free official practice materials which have been developed by the UCAT Consortium of Universities to support test preparation.  See - 

Registration opens on the 1 March. For more information go directly to the UCAT official website -

USQ Aviation Camp – EOI for 2019

Two Day Experience was a major success in 2018 with 25 school students taking two days out of their school holidays to attend the aviation focused experience. Students immersed themselves in leadership, communication, team building workshops and had the opportunity to fly USQ's 737 simulator.  Express your interest to receive an invitation for our 2019 holiday aviation experiences via 

A good read

The New Work Reality, June 2018 

The transition for young people between full-time education and full-time work is increasingly uncertain.   Following the journeys of 14,000 young people over a decade, the New Work Reality report reveals the factors that accelerate the transition to full-time work, including the skills, mindset and confidence young people need to navigate our changed world of work.  Read the full report here ..\..\REPORT\FYA_2018TheNewWorkReality_sml.pdf


Community Liturgy

Next week’s Community Liturgy will be prepared by students in Year 8; families and friends of Year 8 students are especially welcome.


During this month of November, we join with the Universal Church in praying for our beloved dead.  There is a Remembrance book in the Chapel for writing the names of people we have known and loved who have died and we pray especially for those people at our Friday liturgies. 



  • When: Fridays in Term Time
  • Time: 8:00-8:30am
  • Where: College Chapel

If you have any queries about Community Liturgy, please contact Mary-Anne Lumley: or 9383 0513.


GOOD NEWS for the Feast of Jesus Christ Universal King

John 18:33-37


The reflection for this Sunday’s Gospel is part of a longer 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.


It’s clear from [Sunday’s] Gospel, and the New Testament in general, that while Jesus frequently spoke of his Kingdom, is hailed like a king on Palm Sunday and is facetiously given the title of king by Pilate, his kingship is vastly different from those of Caesar, Herod and even David and the other Kings of Israel.


The earliest Christians seem to have understood this very well. We find very little writing or artistic representation of Jesus as a king before 324 AD. In that year Emperor Constantine becomes a catechumen and Christianity becomes the religion of the Roman Empire. After this time Jesus starts to appear wearing a crown and holding an orb. Mary is styled as the Queen of Heaven and begins to be pictured as such. This is all understandable as the previously persecuted Christian sect now emerges to become the most powerful unifying force in the Roman Empire. It was a sweet victory, but it meant that whatever was said of the Roman Emperor, even more must be true of Christ the Universal King and Lord.


As centuries passed and the Roman Empire passed away, the Church maintained many of its now long-standing royal prerogatives and language. Just as an example, to this day the Pope and some bishops live in places called palaces. They wear jewels and rings and have feudal coats of arms. Worse still by far, however, is the mentality and behaviour of a very few Bishops, who seem to think that the church is above the scrutiny of the faithful, and the law of the land.

The problem with all these historical accretions is that they directly contradict the way in which Jesus spoke about himself as a King. Almost all references to Jesus’ kingship occur within the passion narratives. Today’s extract from John’s gospel is among the most famous of them all. ‘You say I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.’


There are not too many Kings or Queens today who would love their people so much that they would be prepared to die for them. We know from history that when the going gets tough many monarchs get going. But what we get in Jesus as King is one who did not compromise his humanity, who would not yield from his preaching and does not abandon us in our desolation. Jesus’ kingship is revealed in his utter fidelity to us – even to the end.


So let’s not be seduced by the power, pride, riches and greed which worldly rulers so crave. Let’s keep our own eyes on Christ our King who loved people more than things, who spoke the truth with love, and who died that we might live. And let’s not shrink from challenging the entire Church to do the same.


© Richard Leonard

Parish News

A number of our local parishes are planning events during Advent – the time of waiting leading up to Christmas.  Thursday 6 December St Thomas Apostle Claremont parish will host ‘Road to Bethlehem’ – a special annual celebration of scripture and carols. 



Inigo Parent Talks

Rest, Relaxation and Restorative Personal Prayer

The General Public and John XXIII College Parents  are Invited to Attend

Rest, Relaxation and Restorative Personal Prayer presented by Murray Graham (M.Ed)  Inigo Centre Director

  • Saturday  24 November 2018
  • 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Cost: Donation
  • Mackillop Room, John XXIII College


The morning includes:

  • Formal relaxation (bring a head rest)
  • Some ways to pray besides petition
  • Prayer when I don’t feel like praying
  • Removing some blocks to prayer
  • Searching for deeper life and Joy (Ignatian Prayer)
  • Prayer of the heart (Desert Fathers)
  • Experiencing Contemplative Prayer (Apophatic and Katophatic)

Murray Graham (M.Ed) is Director of the Inigo Centre, John XXIII College, whose objective is to enrich Adults in Spirituality and Relationships. Murray has given the 9 hour, 6 module, ‘Ignatian Induction’ program to groups of Staff and Parents during the last five years. Murray also gives Talks to Teachers in other Schools and to Parishes in the City and Country.

Further Details and Registration contact Murray Graham on 9383 0444 or email 


Energy drinks​

Energy drinks are not suitable for children and teens. They are also not recommended for pregnant women, people with heart disease, or people who are sensitive to caffeine.


Energy drinks typically contain:

  • Caffeine (ranges from 30mg/250ml to 150mg/250ml, depending on the brand)
  • Guarana ( a caffeine extract from a plant)
  • Sugar (in higher quantities than sports drinks)
  • Protein (the amino acid taurine is often added to these drinks
  • Vitamin B

The higher caffeine content of these drinks can produce a variety of unpleasant side effects. The high sugar levels in these drinks can reduce the body’s ability to absorb water, meaning that it is dangerous to consume these drinks before, during or after physical activity. It is particularly dangerous to mix energy drinks with alcohol.


For more information, go to


Jenny Hill

College Nurse


Resource:  Department of Health WA​

Uniform Shop

During Term 4 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 Uniform Shop closes for the year on Friday 30 November at 11.45 am.   Please bring all secondhand items in to us before then. 

Remember that we will not be accepting secondhand items after 30 November until some time in March 2019.


The shop re-opens on Monday 14 January 2019.

New sports shorts for boys

We have introduced new sport shorts for boys in secondary school.

These are now available at the shop for $35.

As usual there will be a two year phase-in period for this new item.

Bev Sainsbury

Uniform Shop Coordinator

Charter Bus

College Charter Bus



Summer Canteen Menu 

Please see the attached Summer Canteen Menu, which is available for Term 4.

There has been a very small price increase on a couple of items. 


We thank you for your continued support and look forwards to being of service to you.

Running down of Canteen Food stock in preparation of year end

We will start to run down our stock items in preparation for year end closing, which is only four weeks away.  As certain items are depleted we will remove them from the menu. During the last week of term and especially the last few days of term, some items may be substituted for a similar food item, if large volumes are ordered. We will do our best to accommodate everyone and apologise ahead of time, should someone not receive exactly what they have ordered.


Dianne Combrink
​Canteen Manager

John XXIII College Alumni 

Loreto Past Pupils - Wine fundraiser

Families are invited to participate in a fundraising drive to raise funds for a Women’s Safe House in Fremantle. Also to enable us to provide school books to be sent to Zambia for the Loreto Sister who have set up a small school in an isolated village in Africa.


The wine being offered are quality Margaret River wines made by Hay Shed Hill Winemaker Michael Kerrigan. Hay Shed Hill is rated a Red Five Star James Halliday winery rating. The wines are offered at a generous discount and Hay Shed Hill will donate $40-$50 for every dozen sold.


CINI Australia Movie Night

Windsor Cinema, Nedlands
"The Children Act" with Emma Thompson
Tickets $25
Book now:
We are fundraising for CINI Australia's village development programs in India

TWO MOVIE TICKETS will give nutritional support to four children for a whole month

EIGHT MOVIE TICKETS will cover a month's salary for our outreach workers who work in 12 villages to improve the health of the children  

 6 pm for drinks, nibbles and raffle
 6:30 pm screening of "The Children Act"

We look forward to seeing you there !

Community Notices


On the 24 November ICEA will be hosting a festival celebrating all things that make West Australia the best state. ICEA is a youth run reconciliation organisation that focuses on creating positive experiences for all Australians. Come down to be involved in all the festival activities: live local music, market stalls, petting zoos, surfing, skating, basketball and most importantly heaps of Noongar cultural activities. Head to the ICEA Foundation website for more details and to register to compete, or check it out on Facebook.



Canteen Term 4 Menu 2018.pdf
© Jenny Close
Image: Nicolai Gay: Christ & Pilate
Webinar instagram special.pdf
MOJTC Adam Simpson Social Event 161118.pdf
Loreto Past Pupils December 2018 order form.pdf
CRICKET rep team players Flyer.pdf