30 June 2017
Issue Twenty
From the Principal
Around The Primary
House News
Seek Justice
Music - Week 19
Pathways and Transition
  Inigo Parent Talks (Centre for Spirituality and Relationships)
Parents' Association
Men Of John XXIII
Uniform Shop
Community Notices
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From the Principal

End Of Term Celebrations

In the last few weeks of the semester very important year level Retreats have been scheduled. The talents of our students have been showcased with Drama Nights, a Music Eisteddfod, Head of the River Rowing, Primary Lightning Carnival and other sporting events. In addition, we have conducted an important Year 10 Day of Competence and Parent Night as students prepare for the next phase of their schooling.


Our Calendar attempts to schedule events at appropriate times so that our students and teachers can balance priorities and commitments. However, such a busy calendar does place pressure on our community and I am very grateful for the enthusiastic and spirited cooperation of our students, staff and families.


Next week is also NAIDOC week. Given it is scheduled for the school holiday period we have conducted commemoration celebrations this week. A smoking ceremony was led by aboriginal elders and a special assembly was conducted to mark the importance, richness and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.


We also farewell staff members leaving the College at the end of this semester. We thank them for their contribution to John XXIII College and wish them well for the future:


Dr Annette Pedersen (Corpus Christi)

Mrs Maddy Guggisberg (Mater Dei)

Mrs Caroline Cibesku (Parental leave),


We also acknowledge Ms Debra Needham, Ms Anita Skelton, Mrs Monica Smokrovic and Mrs Sanja Hogarth as their contractual periods conclude.

Visit By Fr Chris Gleeson SJ 

At the beginning of Semester Two Fr Chris Gleeson SJ will be working with staff as part of our Professional Learning Program. Fr Chris is an outstanding Jesuit educator and excellent presenter. I often refer to his writings when I am looking for ideas, guidance and inspiration. Whilst in Perth Fr Chris will also give a presentation to parents and the wider community. Please refer to the link for details – I highly recommend parent attendance


Federal Funding 

Following the announcement of the Federal education funding reform policy last week, the Executive Director of Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) has written to provide assurance to schools with respect to future funding.


CEWA’s current federal funding arrangements will remain in place for 2018.  The next 12 months will also provide CEWA as a system with the time to consider how the additional funding provided by the Federal Government will be distributed across the system, meeting the needs of our students.


Please refer to the following link for specific details…


Autumn Mornings Video


If you haven’t already noticed, we have recently posted a new video on the John XXIII Facebook page.  The Autumn Mornings video is another lovely way to celebrate our 40th Anniversary and to reflect, with some nostalgia, upon the memories that have been created here.  We also look forward to a bright future upon this wonderful campus that we share. Please watch, enjoy, like and share.


Together, let us seek justice.


Yours sincerely


Robert Henderson


Around The Primary

Dear Parents

Dear Parents

It is hard to believe that we are at the end of semester two. Special thanks to all students, staff and parents who have contributed to another successful term at our school. We can now look forward to term 3 when the excitement continues.


Reports are now available to you online. Parents are welcome to meet with class teachers next term if you have any concerns or need further clarification regarding your child’s learning and development. Please note that if you child receive a ‘C’ grade that they are exactly where they need to be in terms of their learning.


If you have any difficulties accessing your child’s report, please send any enquiries to


A big thank you to Mrs Fontaine and 6B for preparing our final assembly for the term. Their presentation was very entertaining!



Congratulations to our Merit Award Recipients


Sasha Gardner
Charlotte Blaxell
Munesu Marerwa
Taylor Cloghan



Nicholas Tudori
Lucy Nientiedt
Alice Wever



Amelie Connell



Kiran Finn
Zoe Hipolito



Callan Griffiths
Eliza Owen



Luka O’Gorman
India Bester
Scarlett Polini



Gracie Byrne
Kate Wagner
Oscar Croudace



Maddy Holly
Tate Hewitt



George Griffith
Bianca Petsos



Olivia Gardner
Bridget Owen
Harrison Cabassi



Maggie Pazin
Max Watt
Ruby Purcell


Anna Thomasz
Eliza Brown



Sarah Hackett
Christia Serra
Bryn Chapman


Wishing you all a wonderful winter break, safe travels for those heading off, and some rest for those enjoying the break at home. See you all in July!


Kind regards

Antoinette De Pinto
Head of Primary



Semester One Reports

As you may know, the College is now using Seqta as a learning platform. Parents are able to interact with this product via a website known as Engage. When parents log in to this website you are able to view their children’s academic reports which are generated as PDF files.


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

New families and Pre Primary parents would have now received their login details.

If you have any difficulties accessing your child’s report, please send any enquiries to


Congratulations to all the children who have recently received the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist or Confirmation.



Over the last two weeks all Year Three students have been involved in an exciting STEM project. This project has challenged them with new learning in various areas of the curriculum. Full of enthusiasm, the students met with Mrs Holly and her team of students from ECU to design and build a rocket. The big launch took place this week as the students gathered on the top oval to put their rockets to the test. Amongst all the fun and learning it was evident there was a sprinkle of competitiveness amongst students when it came to the big launch!

Science Fair

Today our Year 6’s held a Science Fair. In groups the students displayed experiments on the states of matter. Year 5 students visited the displays to learn about how states of matter interact. The year 6 students prepared individual written scientific reports. They were also assessed as a group, on the visual appeal of their display stands, the associated posters, interactive activities and knowledge of their presented topic.


Teddy Bear Day!

During Term 3 the Kindy children have been reading and telling stories about ‘The Three Bears’. On Thursday each child brought along one of their favourite teddies from home for a Teddy Bear day in Kindy.


The children had such a great time dancing, singing and playing games with their teddies. They decorated some delicious biscuits for a morning tea treat. They made teddy bear ears, painted their faces and measured their teddies with blocks.  By the end of the day there were many ‘tired little teddy bears’ in Kindy.

IPSHA Winter Lightning Carnival

Last week we hosted the IPSHA Winter Lightning Carnival. With over 400 students from ten IPSHA schools, all the oval spaces were filled with competitors engaged in either Soccer, Hockey, Netball or AFL games.


About fifty, Year 9 and Year 10 students from the College umpired the various games and they did a terrific job. All Saints College managed to win (the only sport where scores were kept) ”The Eagles Cup.” Our footy team tried extremely hard and were unlucky not to finish higher up the ladder. The players from our netball, soccer and hockey teams all acquitted themselves very well and were highly competitive.


It was a fantastic Carnival and one that fosters great competition, maximum participation and sportsmanship amongst many schools. Congratulations all our Year 6 and some Year 5 students for their efforts on the day. Thanks also goes to our Primary Staff, Mr Dustin Fromm (AFL coach), Mrs Sonja Goss (Netball), Miss Claire Dernie (Hockey) and Mrs Lisa Taylor and Miss Ruth O’Donnell (Soccer.) Sincere thanks to the Grounds and Maintenance team for their great support, Di and the Canteen staff , the Year 6 Coordinators, Sam Margaria and Lizzie Eastwood and all the parent helpers for the magnificent catering on the day.


John Alderman
Primary Sports Coordinator



Year 6 Graduation Mass and Morning Tea             Tuesday 6 December (9am start)

EduDance Showcase – ‘G’ classes                             Monday 5 December (2pm start)

EduDance Showcase – ‘B’ classes                             Wednesday 7 December (2pm start)



St Georges Cathedral Art Exhibition


Congratulations to year 12 ATAR Visual Arts students, Isabella Agostino, Cooper Gordon, and Siobhan Waller on having their artworks selected for exhibition in the prestigious St Georges Cathedral Art Awards. The exhibition opens to the public on the 15 July and runs until the 23 July, at St Georges Cathedral on St Georges Terrace, Perth.


Kiri Moore


There have been many exciting opportunities offered through the College Magis program this semester. Year 7 Magis students have been busy with an elective subject, as have Year 8 Magis students. Both year groups presented their research projects in an afternoon tea in the Library on Wednesday afternoon. There has been a special maths extension offered in Year 9 with a link to astronomy through the University of Western Australia. Our students have been successful in Mock Trials and Debating, with our Magis Debating team travelling to St Ignatius College, Adelaide on 2 July to compete in the Jesuit Schools’ Debating Carnival. A small group of Year 10 students spent a fascinating day at Harry Perkins Medical Institute learning about cancer cells. The annual Year 6 Art and Philosophy day was held at the Art Gallery of Western Australia where students from over 30 primary schools explored philosophy with a program initiated by our College. Tournament of Minds is well under way and the Robotics Club has been meeting regularly. The Astronomy and Philosophy Clubs have also met regularly and on 22 June the Magis Carnival was held luring students from seven Catholic schools to discuss complex philosophical ideas such as: “Agriculture is a mechanised food industry divorced from nature”.  Students finished the evening contemplating the nature of reality in a social media saturated world.


Dr Annette Pedersen

Head of Magis and Ignatius Centre Learning Areas,

Year 8 News

Year 8 students have had a busy end to Semester One. There was great support for LifeLink which was established by the Archdiocese of Perth and supports agencies that reach out to help more than 34,000 Western Australians every year. All Year 8 Homerooms collected money and goods for donation and Campion House also held a very successful Bake Sale. Year 8s raised over $800.00 which was a great effort! Well done to the Student Leaders that drove the initiative.


The Year 8 Magis group presented their research to parents and friends. People could walk around and ask the students questions about their research findings. Some very interesting presentations indeed!


Year 8s were also fortunate to experience FLYBZ.  Fablice a.k.a FLYBZ, continues to be an amazing Ambassador for ‘Jesuit Social Services’, speaking, rapping and performing at more than 50 schools around Australia about the hardship of being a former refugee and child soldier and his ''joy'' at arriving in ''paradise'' Australia. Student loved listening to his story of survival in the civil war that affected both his homeland of Burundi in East Africa and Rwanda. He was orphaned at 8 and by 11 he was given a gun and trained to be a child solider. Fablice has also toured East Timor, where he appeared at the new Jesuit school at Kasait. He was honoured with being awarded the Victorian Young Achiever of The Year. This is an amazing achievement and the first for a young Burundian.


I wish everyone a safe and restful break and have encouraged all Year 8s to set some personal goals for Semester Two.


Rita de Faria

Assistant Deputy Principal – Year 8

Year 9 Social


The Year 9 Social was a great time to have fun with friends especially as it was the last week of school. Everyone looked really great all dressed up in their clothes to suit the vintage/ op-shop theme and all the decorations set up by the SRC really brought the exhibition centre to life. The smoke machine, the lights and the DJ music provided ‘mood’ to the evening. It was awesome to dance with friends, eat and play some games. People brought their best moves, singing voices and even limbo skills to the party to share a few laughs and make the social one to remember! Everyone joined in, including the SRC and teachers, and it was a fun way to interact with the whole year out of school hours, and was an exciting way to end Term Two.


Jas Collins


On Wednesday, we were payed a visit by the incredibly inspirational Fablice Manirakiza also known as FLYBZ. He came to speak with our students about how young people can really make a difference in the world. FLYBZ grew up in a small African country called Burundi where civil war had broken out. He was orphaned at the age of eight and abducted to become a child soldier at the age of eleven. He eventually escaped Burundi and lived in a refugee camp where he was after a lot of hard work was able to get to Australia for a new life.



He is now a well-known Rapper who raps for peace and love. He has sold many singles performed with many famous artists such as Paul Kelly. Despite all FLYBZ has been through in his life he still has retained a positive outlook on life which he is looking to teach many young people about. He taught us to treat one another as we would like to be treated and that our generation is going to be the generation for change. After telling us his life story the fun came when he got the whole crowd involved with his music deeming John XXIII College the most enthusiastic crowd he has had yet. The students all thoroughly enjoyed listening, dancing and singing along with FLYBZ and we all cannot wait until he comes back next year.


Adam Smith


Debating has been one of the best experiences that I have had the chance to be a part of since coming to John XXIII College in Year 7. It is a co-curricular activity that is available to all students in the secondary school.   We meet on Monday after school in X15 where we brainstorm ideas on the topic we will be debating. We generally get two training sessions in before we present our debate at Christchurch against various schools from the region including St Hilda’s, MLC and of course Christchurch among others.


In each debate we know who we will be competing against prior to the debate itself and what we will be arguing for or against, unless you are doing impromptu, which is on the spot debating. Our teams have had to debate on a range of topics, some of these being; whether we should introduce a no body, no parole rule, whether we should or should not tolerate civil disobedience, if religious charities are doing more harm than good in developing countries, and if we should regret the role of celebrities in the 2016 US presidential election.


Each topic has been a challenge and each team has persevered each time.   We have developed strong bonds with our team mates and have even found new friends. We are proud to say that despite it being the first year for our Year 9s they have performed very well, with each team winning at least one debate and it is fair to say that they have improved astronomically. Of course none of this would be possible without the help of both Ms Wooltorton who organises training, afternoon tea, extra practises and anything else that comes up, and our wonderful coaches  Anna and Will. Both Anna and Will are John XXIII Alumni who give up their time to help us.  It is because of them that we have not only improved our skills at debating, but we have also developed lifelong skills, varying from good sportsmanship to general politeness.


Debating has been a wonderful experience for not only me, but for my team mates as well.  I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is up for some fun!


Nicholas Brennan


House News

St Louis Day

Yesterday St Louis students celebrated their House Day at John XXIII College. Over the past week we have been reflecting on the life of our patron St Aloysius Gonzaga. This included a quiz on St Louis during homeroom, with Year 12 proving the most knowledgeable, just ahead of Year 9.


On St Louis Day we shared a lunch in the TMEC. We also celebrated some of the outstanding contributions from St Louis students so far this year. Homeroom teachers and other House staff were asked to put forward the names of students who had made an extra effort in regards to Homeroom time or House spirit.


The following students were awarded a St Louis award:


Year 7                                    Year 8                                                Year 9           

Emily McAuliffe                  Alexandria Henderson              Sophie Manners     

Jacob Raj                              Anastasia Arto                              Reuben Patchett     


Year 10                                 Year 11                                             Year 12

Amy Exten                          Isabella Corompt                          Sophie Mather

Lochie Lafferty                 Sebastian Guerrera                      Matthew Lloyd


Sixteen students and three staff were also involved in cooking meals for Shopfront after school. Lots of fun was had and hopefully the meals prove to be delicious. The celebration culminated today with a special focus at the Community Mass on Saint Aloysius Gonzaga and St Louis students were involved in the Mass.


It was a pleasure to see all students involved and enthusiastic in our House day celebration. A special mention must be made of the House staff and our various student leaders for their help in organising the day.


Jodi Power

St Louis House Coordinator

Seek Justice

Youth Summit.

Olivia Purnell, Lachlan Bywater, Kinia O’Brien and Ceri Ellis were chosen to represent the College at the Catholic Education Youth Summit held at Notre Dame University on Tuesday.


The theme of the day was taken from Pope Francis address to young people around the world to ‘get off the couch’ and ‘set out on new and unchartered paths’ to be a positive influence in our world today.

Students participated in a range of workshops encouraging them to think about how they can be servant leaders as modelled by Jesus.


“It was a really inspiring day, full of amazing presenters, incredible stories of faith and practical activities that helped want to serve others. It was great being able to meet other students from all over WA. The Youth Summit was a very positive experience with a strong message of hope.”

-  Kinia O’Brien


On Wednesday, we celebrated NAIDOC week early. The day provided us with an opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and society.


Betty Garlett lead us in a Welcome to Country and Smoking ceremony at 8am and we were fortunate to have the Wadumbah Aboriginal Dance group perform at our assembly.



Pilgrimage Fundraising

Save The Date

A Quiz night will be held in the Roncali hall on 26 August at 7:00pm to raise funds for the communities we will be visiting during our Pilgrimages.


The evening is open to all members of our community.


Pizzas and drinks will be available for purchase on the evening.


Tables of 8 can be booked at the following link.


Wine Drive

Wise winery will donate 20% of sales proceeds to the Pilgrimage Program. You can help support the Pilgrimage Program by either buying some wine yourself or sending the link to family, friends and work colleagues so they can also support. Funds raised will help finance programs that empower cultural understanding, health, income generation, education and building projects in India, Cambodia, Timor Leste and Beswick in the Northern Territory.


To order you wine and get free delivery to anywhere in Australia please follow the instructions in the link below:


Comfy Day

Thanks you to all of the students who participated in Comfy Day in order to Raise funds for LifeLink.


The day allowed students to bring to school comfy clothes such as ugg boots, scarves, a favorite jumper etc. and a donation in order to bring comfort to other people’s lives. All proceeds will go to Lifelink .


LifeLink was established by the Archdiocese of Perth in 1994 to provide for the ongoing financial and promotional support of agencies established or assisted by the Church. LifeLink’s agencies deliver professional services and caring support to thousands of people in need throughout Western Australia each year.


On Saturday 17 June we had a number of our students assist the Archbishop to ‘plant’ some LifeLink hearts in the grounds of St Mary’s Cathedral to bring awareness to the work of LifeLink within the Archdiocese.



Janeen Murphy

Director of Faith and Mission



Well done to all students that were involved in NAS Sport this term. With 30 teams competing from Year 7 to Year 12 it was fantastic to see 16 teams playing off for 1st. John XXIII College were victorious in six of those finals. A special mention to our Champions League A netball and girls soccer. They have now qualified for the interzone final and knockout rounds of the School Sport WA competition that will take place in Term Three. 

That concludes our NAS Sport for 2017, a final thanks to staff and students for giving up their time so generously to support and represent the College.



NAS Results Term Two

Student Success

Congratulations to Eve Cohen (Year 11), who was a member of the winning Mt Lawley Division 1 Ladies Pennant Team, who were victorious on the weekend winning the Golf WA Pennant for 2017. 



David Maxell

Secondary Sport Coordinator



Congratulations for the Language Perfect World Championships

All our French, Italian and Japanese classes from Year 7 to Year 12 entered the 2017 Language Perfect World Championships during Term Two. As an added incentive, we organised an in-school competition. This was very tightly contested with the winning 3 classes answering over 1000 questions each!


Well done to Mme Grassi’s Year 10 Italian class who topped the charts, with an average of 1,817 correct answers. Congratulazioni! The team at Education Perfect have kindly donated a pizza party to the winning class. So, as Semester One draws to its conclusion the Year 10 Italian class are celebrating their magnificent win. Felicitazioni!


The following students are also highly commended for attaining outstanding Gold and Silver Awards in Language Perfect 2017 World Championships:


Elaine Chon – Gold Award

Chloe Jiang – Gold Award

Daniel Corvaia – Silver Award

Melanie Gamble – Silver Award

Rebecca Harsanyi – Silver Award

Amalia Olsen – Silver Award

Kieran Rackich – Silver Award

Lavina Tran – Silver Award


Shane Glass

Head of Learn Area - Languages


Term Two Drama

Congratulations to all of the Drama students who performed this term. In particular a big congratulations and well done to the Year 7, 8 and 10 students who performed this week.


Here are the Drama events that occurred this term:


College Musical - Into the Woods

Year 9 Drama Night

Junior House Theatre Sports

Senior House Theatre Sports

Year 8 Drama performance

Year 10 Drama Night

Year 7 Drama performances


Thank you to FOMAD and the tech crew for their work behind the scenes and to the supportive audiences.


George Tsakisiris

Head of Drama

Music - Week 19

Music Camp

Pack your bags – it’s almost time for Music Camp! This year’s camp will be held in New Norcia from 21 to 23 July. Students will be departing from the College at 9:00am on the first Friday of Term Three, and returning at approximately 5:30pm on Sunday, 23 July. Students must take their luggage and instrument to the Performing Arts Centre on Thursday, 21 July, to be pre-shipped up to the camp site. There is very limited storage space on the bus!


All students attending Music Camp are required to attend a meeting in the GBLT on Wednesday, 19 July (first day of Term Three), during lunch time.


Parents are invited to a free community concert held in St Joseph’s Hall on the campus ground, at 2:00pm on the final Sunday, and are welcome to take students home rather than returning by bus.

If any student has missed the deadline for submitting the attendance forms, please email the Music Department ( with the required information and immediately return the form to Administration.

Instrumental and Voice Lessons - Semester 2

Please note that enrolments in music lessons for Semester 2 are now closed.


James Kros

Director of Music

Pathways and Transition




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: 

Or refer to the College Website.



School Meningococcal ACWY Program

A vaccination to protect against Meningococcal strains A, C, W and Y will be offered to 15-19 year olds. The program will provide immunisations in school to Year 10, 11, and 12 students.


Some of the highest rates of meningococcal carriage and illness occur among 15-19 year olds and this age group can transmit the bacteria to people who are at increased risk of infection, including young children. The rationale for vaccinating 15-19 year olds is to both decrease illness from meningococcal W in this age group and to prevent carriage. Reducing carriage in this age group will reduce transmission of the bacteria to others and help prevent infections within the larger community.


Students in years 10 and 11 will be vaccinated on Wednesday 9 August.


Attached is a Consent form and information sheet. Hard copy consent forms will also be sent home with your child closer to the date of vaccination.


Could your child please return completed consent forms by Monday 31 July.




Jenny Hill

College Nurse

Year 12 Meningococcal Vaccine Catch-up

Students in Year 12 who did not receive the Meningococcal W vaccine on Thursday 29 June can still receive the vaccine at the College on Wednesday 9 August.


Alternatively, students can receive the vaccine at the Central Immunisation Clinic, 16 Rheola St, West Perth,  phone contact:  9321 1312.




Jenny Hill

College Nurse



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


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.  Funding proposals must be submitted by Friday 28 July to be considered at this meeting.  If you have any questions, please email  


Upcoming Inspire Events

  • 1 August, 2017 Healthy Body Image. For parents and children in Years 7 – 12. (Speaker: Professor Sue Byrne)
  • 12 September, 2017 Loneliness, Bullying and Pressure to Succeed Issues (Speaker: Karen Martin)

Upcoming Inspire Events

The John XXIII College Parents’ Association through “INSPIRE” presents:

Topic:    Healthy Body Image

Presented by: Associated Professor Sue Byrne, Researcher and Clinician

Venue: Gonzaga Barry Lecture Theatre, John XXIII College 

Date: Tuesday 1 August 2017

Time:  7:00pm

Cost: FREE

Book by Friday 28 July through trybooking


We welcome all parents and students to this event, however the talk is targeting Secondary School age students.


Contact for enquiries:    Loretta Byrd 

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:


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


If nothing else, check out The Fathering Project website:


Be involved.




If a student has placed a lunch order, but is not at school that day or has gone home early,  the order can be cancelled before 9:30am.  Failing which a sibling may collect the lunch order.  


We will not give lunch orders to friends unless a parent has contacted the canteen, to let us know who will be collecting it.


Dianne Combrink


Uniform Shop

Holiday Opening Times


The Uniform Shop will be open on one day only during the holidays.


Friday 7 July, 8:00am-11:45am

Community Notices

50th Anniversary For Holy Spirit

Holy Spirit is celebrating 50 years of operation this year and we’re marking the occasion with a Spring Fair. The attached letter has all the details and explains some of the activities and opportunities for our past students and your current music/drama students to get involved. Further clarification can be made by contacting me or our Fair Coordinator, Marcia Pekin on 0438150970.


Vanessa Speary

24:7 Youth Ministry

0435 167 183


24:7 Nedlands Youth Group

For all youth in Years 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

Parish Religions Education Program

St Joseph’s Catholic Parish in Subiaco is currently taking enrolments for our religious educational program for children wanting to make their First Reconciliation and First Communion. The classes commence on Sunday, August 6 at 4:45pm.


Parents wishing to enrol their children should contact the parish with their contact details, via the following email address: – and they should include “attn:Bart” in the subject line.


Because we experience significant numbers who enquire, we have to give preference to parishioners of St Joseph’s in the first instance.

However, we do make a serious attempt to accommodate as many candidates as we can.


Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, as it is a matter of considerable importance in the early life of young Catholic children.


Bart Welten

Parish Assistant & Sacamental Coordinator

St Joseph's Parish, Subiaco

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 

Click here for the invitation.

Registration and details will be available from Mary Nicholls in Perth after  November  08 9386 1175

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Men ACYW consent form.pdf
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Year 8 NAS Finals Schedule Term 2 2017.pdf
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Senior NAS Finals Schedule Term 2 2017.pdf