We are all down here at Election Day and your wonderful goodies are selling well and the hot food is also popular!
Thanks again to Rachel and Larissa, Gill and Rachael from the Office and all our parent helpers for all your support throughout the day…
Every $ raised will support us to continue providing great facilities and opportunities for your children!
Have a great weekend everyone! 🙂
To all our wonderful families, THANK YOU so much for your amazing and generous support of your school by delivering tantalisingly delicious treats and by signing up to sell or cook at tomorrow’s Election. Your delicious donations mean so much … they show us that amidst the busyness and demands of family life, you understand that this opportunity is a great one and funds raised will really support our whole community.
A huge thank you to Rachael, Larissa and their team of helpers who popped in today to make sure that everything is ready to go … There was much laughter coming from the staffroom from Mums and many wistful looks from staff as they passed by your yummy donations! 🙂
If you have been unable to assist with food or a roster slot please come along and buy some of the delicious food on offer while you are waiting to vote.
Thanks again everyone and have a terrific weekend 🙂
Our newly formed MOPS (Mothers of Pre-schoolers) group is a safe and accepting place where mums of young children can find welcome, gain information, share ideas, be creative and have meaningful adult conversation. MOPS is for mothers of children 0-4 years and meets fortnightly during school terms.
Our next meeting is Monday the 27th May -9am to 11am..
If you are interested in joining the group, or if you do not have a preschooler but wish to assist with child-minding, please phone the Office and we will pass on your contact details to Sonia Pinto and Shamila McGee.
She studied at WAPPA and has a powerful and versatile voice that can easily shift from the energetic and warm tones of RnB to the soft yearnings of sentimental ballads.
Blind virtually since birth, Ritchell performs around Perth and is also teaching vocals here at St Emilie’s.
Her vibrant, exuberant and joyous music and gentle teaching style is now being enjoyed by students, staff and families alike!
If you are interested in finding out more about how to join Ritchell for a vocals lesson please phone Keyed Up Music on www.keyedupmusic.com.au/
With the Federal election coming up, it is important for us all to engage with issues around government and education, funding, capital development, and priority areas for our Catholic education system.
Below you will find a fact sheet and FAQs from the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) and Catholic School Parents Australia. These documents are accessible and very informative, and make the case for the value of Catholic education systems in the national context.
Similarly, the CEWA brochure outlines the role our system plays in the education of WA children and young people, while providing information on key initiatives and guiding principles.
We know everyone has busy lives, however it is important that we all try to make time to stay well informed, particularly leading up to Election time, so that our children continue to receive the very best opportunities we have to offer.