We have been having a great time sharing our ‘Easter Holiday’ recounts with our peers this week. We have talked about how special it has been to spend time with family and friends. We have also talked about how lucky we are to have quiet days in the sun, or even just cleaning our rooms. Here is an example of the recounts we have written and some family fun we have shared over the break. We are looking forward to sharing lots more with you throughout the term.
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 brochureoutlines 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.
Thank you and please consider being a volunteer for helping out at our sausage sizzleroster on election day – Saturday 18th May 🙂