Thai dance is the main dramatic art form in Thailand and many of these dances originated over a thousand years ago. Students have been learning how to perform the “Fawn Morn Gumm Ber” or Thai Butterfly Dance with Sr Nok and are doing a fabulous job!
Quiz Night tables are now filled – many thanks to all those families who have supported the evening by gathering family and friends to come along – really fabulous support for our school! We hope everyone will have a really great night!
Please be reminded that Monday the 2nd June is a Public Holiday (WA Day) and Tuesday 3rd June is a Pupil Free Day (Staff Professional Development Day – Indigenous Cultural Immersion Day)
Please spread the word that the new school website is now our GO TO space for the whole school community to stay well informed of what is happening at St Emilie’s. New posts are being placed here each day so please check regularly. Our new free school app for your phone is nearly ready to go – this will alert you when a new message has been added and link you directly to the website.
It was so lovely to see so many PP families come along for a picnic and a playdate on Friday – thank you staff and families -special times become special memories that children will once again store away for a lifetime!
Hope you all have a wonderful long weekend everyone
Tania, Anne and Stuart
A huge thank you to LUFF and BARBER who generously agreed to be St Emilie’s GOLD sponsors for our up and coming Quiz Night on Friday 6th June! Our community is very grateful!
Many thanks to our wonderful SILVER sponsors for our Quiz Night who are also parents in our school::
Glenn McMillan & Donna Cummins
Phone: 9456 4260
Phone: 6313 3935
In addition to year level conversations, this Friday morning prior to the year 6 Assembly we will pray together as a whole community for Reconciliation – for increased openness, understanding, kindness, generosity of spirit and more … and in this way we grow as people, as communities and as a nation.
Next Tuesday all the St Emilie’s staff will be participating in a whole day Aboriginal Cultural Immersion professional learning experience – which we will reflect upon and then share with your children.
Change takes time… change takes effort… change takes courage.
It’s very exciting – our beetroots and turnips are now ready!!
Thanks also to any parents who have also been assisting with the garden maintenance and to those who been purchasing some of our crops – delicious fresh herbs , lettuce and more!
Children are learning much about what it takes to grow food from a seed and the benefits of home-grown produce! Thanks to Mrs Cogger for overseeing the whole project and working with staff and children to make our sustainable gardens sustainable!
The soccer team played their best game of the year! After going into the half time break 0-0, we had a couple of early chances however St Munchin’s hit the front with an early goal. Then with about 10 mins to go, we were unlucky to concede a penalty and we went down 2 – 0.
Aedan had an amazing first half as our goalkeeper while Aiden, Sherwyn and Dylan a;so worked hard all day. A really top effort by all St Emilie’s players!
Mr Dan Naden
Both St.Emilie’s teams played very well yesterday.
Blue Team played extremely well and were excited to win their first match for the comp.
The Gold Team enjoyed a good win also.
All players showed great sportsmanship and were very gracious winners. Mrs Fowler and I are very proud of the girls’ attitude and desire to improve each week.
Miss Kara McHutchison