Newsletter

04 August 2017
Issue Twenty Three
From the Principal
Important Notices
Around The Primary
Secondary
Seek Justice
Sport
Music - Week 23
Pathways and Transition
Alumni
Health
Liturgy
  Inigo Parent Talks (Centre for Spirituality and Relationships)
Parents' Association
Men Of John XXIII
Community Notices
Liturgy
John XXIII College
(08) 9383 0400
Mooro Drive
Mount Claremont, Western Australia, 6010
AU

From the Principal

Dividing The Chops

Executive Director of Catholic Education WA (CEWA), Dr Tim McDonald, this week told an interesting story on the early days of schools in WA.

 

One of the first Josephite Sisters was advised by the local butcher that he 'had four chops' for the Sisters that week.

 

'Good' was the reply. 'This week we will be able to eat meat'. Admittedly the chops had to be divided amongst nine Sisters.

 

Tim McDonald's story was very much around the struggles of early Catholic Education and the amazing work of the original pioneers.

 

Coming back to Catholic Education in WA after a gap of five years I have been excited and enthused about the excellent strategic approach at a system level. The challenge across the state is to gain advantages of being part of a system of 163 schools.

 

The essence of Catholic Education is to develop ‘highly literate and numerate critical thinkers, who discover their true calling and serve their communities to create the society envisaged by Christ’ (CEWA 2017).

 

This week I spent time with other Principals and School Leaders considering how this vision can become a reality. Much of the discussion was around strategic initiatives to enable our students to reach their true potential. I was particularly interested in the focus on student learning and on classroom practice. We know from the work of educational researchers that ‘collective teacher efficacy’ is the most important school determinant of enhanced learning outcomes. Our Catholic Education system is helping to define classroom practices that can bring about change. Five practices have been identified:

  1. Quality relationships – teachers know their students.
  2. Instructional range – teachers differentiate their instructional approach according to student needs, skill requirements and learner choice.
  3. Learning Design – Teachers ensure that students have a clear understanding of learning intent, success criteria is clear and effective feedback is required.
  4. Place, space and technology – the learning environment is used as the third teacher (in addition to students and teachers).
  5. Engagement – Teachers ensure students’ belonging, wellbeing, motivation and empowerment.

 

I look forward to working with our excellent staff to further develop these practices.

 

Together, let us seek justice.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Robert Henderson
Principal

John XXIII Private Bus Service

"We have a fantastic new private bus service taking children to and from school through Swanbourne, Cottesloe, Mosman Park, North Fremantle and East Fremantle. This initiative is aimed at getting more students travelling independently, helping busy parents, improving sustainability and reducing car traffic.  We are looking at other routes to trial further new bus services in the future. See below for more information on the new service."

 

JOHN XXIII COLLEGE PRIVATE BUS SERVICE

 

Looking for an easy way to get a ride to school…

No Cars, no parents, no worries…

John XXIII College now has a private bus that will take you directly to and from school

 

Calling all families from:

Swanbourne

Cottesloe

Mosman Park

North Fremantle

East Fremantle

 

The bus runs to and from school each day and is a safe, convenient and affordable option for all primary and secondary students in the area – the students love it and so do their parents!

 

 Get onboard:  Tickets and more information available from the main administration office.

 

 

Important Notices

Laneway Entry Restrictions Near Gymnasium

Parents may be unaware that the laneway leading towards the St Louis Sports Centre from the main John XXIII Avenue car park is a pedestrian thoroughfare and for safety reasons is not for vehicle access for picking up and dropping off students. We have observed several recent incidents where student’s safety has been put at risk by vehicles traversing this laneway.

 

Changes have now been made to restrict vehicle access to this area and signage has also been installed as a visible reminder.

 

We ask that in the interests of student safety, all pick up and drop off be kept to the main car park areas only.

 

Thank you for helping us keep our students safe.

Fee Statements

Term Three, Family Fee Statements will be sent by email next week. Please keep an eye out for emails from noreply@johnxxiii.edu.au

 

If you have any queries in relation to Fee Statements, please do not reply to the email. Please send all queries to accountsreceivable@johnxxiii.edu.au

 

2018 Enrolment Information
 

Demand for places at John XXIII College is currently unprecedented with prospective families on our growing waiting lists and current families with siblings trying to find a place.  For us to ensure accurate planning and finalise enrolments for 2018 we would appreciate your notification if you no longer require a place for your child due to a change of circumstances. 

 

Kindly inform the College in writing by Friday 22 September (end of Term Three) to avoid being charged a full term’s fees. Please contact Laurence Dubuisson, College Registrar dubuisson.laurence@johnxxiii.edu.au or 9383 0449. 

40th Anniversary Ball

Don't forget to get your tickets for the 40th Anniversary Ball.  Tickets are selling fast, so to avoid disappointment get yours soon.

 

Around The Primary

Dear Parents

The celebration of John XXIII is scheduled for next Friday 11 August.  It is one of the special occasions during the year when the entire student body are involved in community celebrations.

 

The day will begin with a College Mass at 9am in the St Louis Sports Centre.  After the Mass the new ‘Founders’ Playground’ dedicated to our three founders, Pope John XXIII, Ignatius Loyola and Mary Ward will be blessed by Fr Tom Renshaw SJ. The day will then continue with a ‘mini-fete’ organised by our Year 5 and 6 students.  This mini-fete will consist of various games and food novelties.  On this special day our normal nutrition guidelines are relaxed but parents may like to provide  guidelines for their children.

 

While it is always at a parent’s discretion, we recommend the following guidelines for spending money.

 

Pre Primary - Year 1     $2.50 (5 x 50 cent coins)      Year 2-6       $5 - $10

 

All students are required to wear their sports uniform and House shirt for the day and also need to bring a snack for morning tea.

 

Let’s pray for fine weather on the day and that a magnificent celebratory spirit will be present on John XXIII Day.

 

 

This term we are excited to be hosting URSTRONG, an internationally recognized Social Emotional Wellbeing program, that empowers children with the skills, language and self-confidence to be better friends and develop healthier relationships.

 

URSTRONG will be hosting Language of Friendship (parent-child) workshop at the College on Tuesday, 22 August. Parents can register for the following event:

 

 Language of Friendship (students in Years 3 to 6 plus parents) 22 August from 6pm to 8pm: Click here to register.

 

In this workshop parents learn strategies to help their child put out ‘friendship fires’, how to put a voice to their children’s feelings, and the best ways to support their child through unhealthy friendships. This workshop gives parents and children a common ‘language’ for talking about friendship and relationships, helping them connect and open up those lines of communication.

 

We believe that empowering our students with these skills and providing the same tools and language to teachers and parents will create a school community where children are better able to manage their relationships in a safe and respectful environment. I look forward to welcoming families to this workshop.

 Kind regards

 

Antoinette De Pinto
Head of Primary

 

Congratulations to all those students who have participated in Round 1 of Word Mania. At this point in time on the Regional Leader Board we are placed:

Well done to those classes who are currently placed in the top 50 on the National Leader Boards:

 

We look forward to seeing everyone continue to enjoy the competition by participating in Round 2 Aug 7-Aug 11.

Good Luck!

 

Today, the Year 3’s enjoyed taking on maths challenges through the game ‘Numero’. The presenter, Julie Richards helped expand the students’ knowledge of the game and introduced them to using the ‘wild’ cards. The game has been designed for all ages and abilities and is ideal for developing numeracy concepts and problems solving skills. Our Year 3’s are improving their ability to solve algorithms by developing speed and accuracy when calculating multiplication and division facts. Numero is much more than a card game!

 

 

 

 

Secondary


John XXIII Day Celebrations Friday 11 August 2017

Please join the College community in celebrating John XXIII Day

 

Ron Logan Cup AFL current 1st XVIII vs Alumni, 12:30pm Friday 11 August 2017 on the Oval and then in the Circle of Friends Cafe

 

Netball Grass Courts current team vs Alumni, 12:30pm Friday 11 August 2017 on the Oval and then in the Circle of Friends Cafe

 

If you are interested in playing either football or netball, please RSVP to the Alumni office gingell.anna@johnxxiii.edu.au or call 9383 0520

 

Anna Gingell (Class 1978)

Alumni Development

 

Year 8 News

Congratulations to the Year 8s who got into the spirit of their Social last Thursday night. There were some wonderful “Me in 20 years” outfits as well as some great dance floor moves. Big thanks to the SRC, who kept the night rolling and also to our student DJs and light and sound technician. Thanks also to the Year 8 Homeroom teachers and other staff who came along to supervise.

 

Rita de Faria

Assistant Deputy - Year 8

Seek Justice

Pilgrimage Retreat

The Pilgrimage students and staff participated in their Retreat on Friday 28 July and Saturday 29July.  One key component of the program is to raise funds for the communities we will be visiting in India, Timor Leste, Cambodia and Beswick in the Northern Territory.

 

The students participated in a 10 Kilometre 'Solidarity Walk' on Saturday morning and as a group, they managed to raise over $8000.

Another key aspect on the program is to raise awareness about the social justice issues of the communities we will be visiting. On Wednesday evening the group hosted a Movie night to raise awareness about the issue of Human Trafficking.

 

Please support our final fundraising event. The Pilgrimage Quiz night will be held on Saturday 26 August.

 

Janeen Murphy

Director of Faith and Mission

Pilgrimage Program

The John XXlll College Pilgrimage program offers our students and staff the opportunity for growth and transformation through the experience of service, reflection and prayer. 41 Year 11 students and 12 staff members will have the opportunity to travel to Beswick in the Northern Territory, Cambodia, India and Timor Leste in September to broaden their world view and discover how they can become ‘men and women for others’ and ‘seekers of truth and doers of justice’.

 

The funds raised in the Wine Drive, Movie Night and Quiz Night will be donated directly to the communities that we visit to help support their programs related to health, education, building enterprises, income generation activities etc….

 

Please support the Pilgrimage program by engaging with one of our fundraising activities or making a direct donation to the program.

 

Wine Drive: Wine can be purchased at the following link until the end of July. https://www.wisewine.com.au/johnxxiii

 

Quiz Night: Saturday 26 August at 7:00pm. Tables of eight will be sold for $200 at the following link: https://www.trybooking.com/295800

 

 

Sport

Champions League Girls Netball

Well done to our Champions League netball team in the knock out rounds of the SSWA (School Sport WA) competition. On an extremely challenging day with heavy rain to contend with most of the day, the girls did an amazing job in reaching the quarter finals. Unfortunately the girls went down by the barest of margins, one goal after double extra time. Congratulations girls on a fantastic season.

Champions League Girls' Soccer

Our Champions League girls soccer team keeps rolling on, on Wednesday they had a hard fought 1 – 0 victory over Balga Senior High School. The girls have now moved into the next round, the last 16 in the state-wide competition where they will take on Holy Cross. Good luck girls.

Senior Rugby v Scotch College

Congratulations to our combined John XXIII / Newman College rugby team in their game against Scotch College. The boys won a hard fought contest in a game that was played with excellent spirit. A match report will follow next week.

Athletics Training

Athletics training will continue on Tuesday and Thursday throughout the term until the ACC carnival on 13 September. Training will be from 7:00 - 7:55am meeting in the College pavilion. Whilst training is focused towards performance at the ACC carnival, training is open to students of all ability levels. No nomination to attend training is needed simply attend on the day(s) you can make it. The preliminary ACC squad will be sent to students during homeroom early next week.

Music - Week 23

Jazz Night At The Ellington

One of the most popular concerts of the year, the Jazz Night at the Ellington will be held on the evening of Monday, 7 August. This concert features performances from Chamber Choir, Barbershop, Madrigals, Swing Band, Small Combo, Saxophone Quartets and some of the very finest ATAR solo musicians in the College. Tickets are limited, so book early to avoid missing out! Doors open at 6:30pm, with the concert commencing at 7:30pm.

 

Ticketing link: http://www.ellingtonjazz.com.au/event/john-xxiii-college-jazz-night/

 

James Kros

Director of Music

Twilight Recital

Entries into the final Twilight Recital of the year are now invited. The one-hour Twilight Recital will be held in the GBLT on Sunday, 13 August at 5:30pm. All singers and instrumentalists currently undertaking weekly lessons are invited to perform in a relaxed and supportive environment to a welcoming audience. Forms for entry are available through the Music Office or Music Staff, and are due by Monday, 7 August. Mr David Dockery will be available for accompaniment, and can be booked for rehearsal through the Music Office.

 

James Kros

Director of Music

Pathways and Transition

News

 

Alumni


John XXIII Day Celebrations Friday 11 August 2017

Please join the College community in celebrating John XXIII Day

 

Ron Logan Cup AFL current 1st XVIII vs Alumni, 12:30pm Friday 11 August 2017 on the Oval and then in the Circle of Friends Cafe

 

Netball Grass Courts current team vs Alumni, 12:30pm Friday 11 August 2017 on the Oval and then in the Circle of Friends Cafe

 

If you are interested in playing either football or netball, please RSVP to the Alumni office gingell.anna@johnxxiii.edu.au or call 9383 0520

 

For all Alumni enquiries, to RSVP for any of the events or leave an expression of interest, please contact:


Anna Gingell

Alumni Development
Phone: (08) 9383 0520 | Email: gingell.anna@johnxxiii.edu.au 

Or refer to the College Website.

 

 

 

Health

Meningococcal ACWY Vaccine For Years 10-

Meningococcal vaccine will take place this Wednesday 9 August for students in

 years 10 and 11. 

 

The vaccine will also be offered to students in Year 12 who missed the recent vaccine day on 29 June.

 

Parents can download the attached Consent form to complete and please return the form to the College by this Wednesday 9 August.

 

Please note:  The Vaccine nurses will return again to vaccinate any student who is unable to receive the vaccine on 9 August.

 

John XXIII Day Allergy Awareness 
 

John XXIII Day will be celebrated this Friday 11 August. Please be aware there may be food items available on the day which may contain either nuts, eggs or other allergens. If your child has a food allergy please advise them to be cautious when choosing and eating food on the day.

 

Thankyou

 

Jenny Hill

College Nurse

Liturgy

Sacrament Program 

Do you have a child in Year 3, 4 or 6?

Already this year, several students in Primary have made their first Reconciliation and first Holy Communion, or have been confirmed. There have even been a couple of Baptisms! Look out for the list of students in next week’s newsletter.

 

If you have not already enrolled your child in a parish program, it may still be possible to enroll in some parishes.  It is important to do so immediately. 

If you need support in this, there are several people available to assist:

  • Contact your Parish Priest or Sacrament Coordinator.
  • Contact Mary-Anne Lumley, Parish Liaison lumley.mary-anne@johnxxiii.edu.au or 9383 0513.
  • Information for all parishes may be found on the archdiocesan website:  here

http://www.perthcatholic.org.au/Parishes_and_Mass_Times.htm?cms%2Erm=List

  • Information from parishes on the College website.

YEAR 6 STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED

St Cecilia’s, Floreat

Evelyn Arundell

Emily Barbour

Emmeline Bosnich

Sienna Carroll

Tiffany Cesare

Georgia Gourdis

Charley Laver

James Mitchell

Elizabeth Newton

Lux Quinlan

Matthew Rintoul

Luke Seery

Cleo Zuvela

 

St Mary’s Star of the Sea, Cottesloe

Harry Court

Nathan Flack

Sandy Smith

 

St Joseph’s, Subiaco

Ava Edgley

Marie-Claire Hickling

Jessica Jahn

Delia Lamattina

Conor McCormick

Sam Owen

Alexander Petsos

Christia Serra

 

Holy Spirit, City Beach

Joel Margaria

Jasmine Slatter

 

Our Lady of Grace, Karrinyup

Mia Serra

 

YEAR 3 STUDENTS WHO HAVE MADE THEIR FIRST RECONCILIATION

 

St Cecilia’s, Floreat

Jasper Bailey

Taj Dorrington

Devan Finn

Poppy Finucane

Genevieve Ford

Carla Kavanagh

Elizabeth Levey

Lauren McLernon

James Miller

Lucy Morgan

Jonathan Rintoul

Luca Robson

Lucy Soares

Alice Travlos

Georgette Watson

Raphael Zidar

Elijah Zuvela

 

St Mary’s Star of the Sea, Cottesloe

Jack Gregory

 

St Denis, Joondanna

Joshua McGlew

Community Liturgy 

Please note that next week, the College celebrates John XXIII Day with Mass at 9:00 in the St Louis Sports Centre, so there is no separate ‘Community Mass’. On Friday 18 August, the celebration of the Eucharist will be prepared by students from Ward House.  Everyone welcome!

For any enquiries concerning the Community Mass, please contact Mary-Anne Lumley: lumley.mary-anne@johnxxiii.edu.au or 9383 0513.

 

When: Fridays in Term Time

Time: 8:00-8:30am

Where: College Chapel

NB: variations this term:

  • Week 4: John XXIII Day – no separate Community Mass
  • Week 7: Fathers’ Day Mass, 1 September, 7:30am start

 

Inigo Parent Talks
(Centre for Spirituality and Relationships)

Parent Talks

 

Ignatian Induction Program

The Ignatian Induction Program for Parents aims to provide the basic ethos of John XXIII College which derives from the Spirituality of one of our College founders, St Ignatius Loyola.

There are six Modules of one and a half hour duration at 9:00am or 7:00pm in the MacKillop Room.

 

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

Parents' Association

News

The next Parents' Association meeting will be in Term Three on Monday 14 August 2017 at 7:00pm in the Thomas More Exhibition Centre.  All John XXIII parents and guardians are welcome to attend.  

Come hear updates from the leaders of the school and vote on funding proposals.  If you have any questions or would like to submit a funding proposal, please email parentsassociation@johnxxiii.edu.au  

 

 

Men Of John XXIII

We Want Dads!

Are you interested in becoming more involved as a father? The Men of John XXIII College (MOJTC) are here to support you with get socials and events, advocating the benefits of becoming a better dad.

 

We are looking for dads who would like to:

 

1.      Join the MOJTC committee.  Just come along and help to guide our future direction.

2.      Become a Year group representative.  Join with other dads in your child’s year and run an event, which gives you all more time with your kids.

3.      Have an idea for an event?  Go for it!  The committee has funds to assist and the MOJTC will work with the College to help make it happen.

 

If you are keen to help, simply email: fathering@johnxxiii.edu.au

 

Need an idea for an event?  Look here for some great ideas:

http://thefatheringproject.org/champion-dads-groups-great-activities/

 

If nothing else, check out The Fathering Project website: http://thefatheringproject.org/

 

Be involved.

 

Community Notices

The Safeguarding Project

Design a poster and win!

 

 

VacSwim

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 education.wa.edu.au/swimming

 

24:7 Nedlands Youth Group

For all youth in Year 6-12.  Every Friday night, 6:00-8:00pm at Holy Rosary Parish, Nedlands.


Invite your friends and join us for a great night!


For more information call Noel 0433 772 357 or Catherine 0424 196 585

The Walker Trio

ST JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, SUBIACO – FRIDAY 18 AUGUST, 7.30pm

Catholic Mission presents three of WA’s leading musicians – Jessica Gethin, Ray Walker and Sophie Curtis – all from the Walker family.
Performing an eclectic mix of well-loved classical to swinging jazz, Irish ballads and contemporary favourites.  Proceeds to support maternal and child health in Uganda.


Grateful thanks to our generous concert sponsors: Iona Presentation College, St John of God Healthcare and COMO The Treasury.


Don’t miss out - be sure to bring your family and friends!


TICKETS ($25 for adults, $15 concessions, 12 and under free) from www.trybooking.com/QYJF / at the door.

Ursula Frayne Alumni

Ursula Frayne Catholic College has recently commenced a new Alumni and as our school is both young and old at the same time we believe that many former students and staff would be located all over the state.  Our foundation school (St Joachim’s) commenced 118 years ago and in 1990 amalgamated with Xavier College to form what is now Ursula Frayne Catholic College.  It would be very much appreciated if you would be able to publish the below message in your school newsletter for a couple of weeks in the hope that we can reconnect with a large number of former students and staff before our impending 120 year celebrations. 

 

Are YOU a Former Student or Staff Member?

 

Are you a former student or staff of St Joachim’s, Xavier College, Our Lady Help of Christians, Our Lady of Mercy or Ursula Frayne Catholic College? We are looking for you to join the newly formed Alumni. Let us help you reconnect with your old school and friends. Go to our website www.ursulafrayne.wa.edu.au and complete the registration form (under Community) or contact Mary McGonigle on 9470 0925 or alumni@ufcc.wa.edu.au to have a form sent to you. In 2019, we celebrate 120 years since our foundation school was opened and we would like to have as many former students and staff join us in celebration.

Rotary Cambridge Parents Programme

Next session will be held on Wednesday 23 August, about Dyslexia.  See attached flyer.

 

 

Save The Date

Loreto Federation 2018

 

Loreto Normanhurst NSW is the proud host of Loreto Federation 2018.  We extend a warm welcome to all of the Loreto and John XXIII College Community to join us for a weekend of vision, inspiration and action.

 

Come, Be the Change.

Loreto Federation Committee 2018

federation@loretonh.nsw.edu.au 

Click here for the invitation.


Registration and details will be available from Mary Nicholls in Perth after  November marynichols11@gmail.com  08 9386 1175

Liturgy

Sacrament Program 

Do you have a child in Year 3, 4 or 6?

Already this year, several students in Primary have made their first Reconciliation and first Holy Communion, or have been confirmed. There have even been a couple of Baptisms! Look out for the list of students in next week’s newsletter.

 

If you have not already enrolled your child in a parish program, it may still be possible to enroll in some parishes.  It is important to do so immediately. 

If you need support in this, there are several people available to assist:

  • Contact your Parish Priest or Sacrament Coordinator.
  • Contact Mary-Anne Lumley, Parish Liaison lumley.mary-anne@johnxxiii.edu.au or 9383 0513.
  • Information for all parishes may be found on the archdiocesan website:  here

http://www.perthcatholic.org.au/Parishes_and_Mass_Times.htm?cms%2Erm=List

  • Information from parishes on the College website.

YEAR 6 STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED

St Cecilia’s, Floreat

Evelyn Arundell

Emily Barbour

Emmeline Bosnich

Sienna Carroll

Tiffany Cesare

Georgia Gourdis

Charley Laver

James Mitchell

Elizabeth Newton

Lux Quinlan

Matthew Rintoul

Luke Seery

Cleo Zuvela

 

St Mary’s Star of the Sea, Cottesloe

Harry Court

Nathan Flack

Sandy Smith

 

St Joseph’s, Subiaco

Ava Edgley

Marie-Claire Hickling

Jessica Jahn

Delia Lamattina

Conor McCormick

Sam Owen

Alexander Petsos

Christia Serra

 

Holy Spirit, City Beach

Joel Margaria

Jasmine Slatter

 

Our Lady of Grace, Karrinyup

Mia Serra

 

YEAR 3 STUDENTS WHO HAVE MADE THEIR FIRST RECONCILIATION

 

St Cecilia’s, Floreat

Jasper Bailey

Taj Dorrington

Devan Finn

Poppy Finucane

Genevieve Ford

Carla Kavanagh

Elizabeth Levey

Lauren McLernon

James Miller

Lucy Morgan

Jonathan Rintoul

Luca Robson

Lucy Soares

Alice Travlos

Georgette Watson

Raphael Zidar

Elijah Zuvela

 

St Mary’s Star of the Sea, Cottesloe

Jack Gregory

 

St Denis, Joondanna

Joshua McGlew

Community Liturgy 

Please note that next week, the College celebrates John XXIII Day with Mass at 9:00 in the St Louis Sports Centre, so there is no separate ‘Community Mass’. On Friday 18 August, the celebration of the Eucharist will be prepared by students from Ward House.  Everyone welcome!

For any enquiries concerning the Community Mass, please contact Mary-Anne Lumley: lumley.mary-anne@johnxxiii.edu.au or 9383 0513.

 

When: Fridays in Term Time

Time: 8:00-8:30am

Where: College Chapel

NB: variations this term:

  • Week 4: John XXIII Day – no separate Community Mass
  • Week 7: Fathers’ Day Mass, 1 September, 7:30am start
Newsletter
01_Safeguarding_Poster Comp 2017_Final.pdf
VS OCT2017_A4 POSTER.pdf
2017 08 23 Rotary Cambridge DYSLEXIA Flyer.pdf
June.pdf
Parent Ignatian Induction Talks.pdf
Enriching 17 corrected[1].pdf
Men ACYW consent form.pdf
head lice current fact sheet.pdf