A webinar is a great way for you as parents to access some excellent speakers and content without leaving the comfort of your own home!
Below is a free VOUCHER CODE for you to access this webinar called Managing Video Games and the next Digital Craze.
VOUCHER CODE = BALANCE
All you have to do is type in the code once you have pressed the ‘Buy Now’ tab and you get to watch the webinar for free this Thursday night the 13th September.
We will be advertising more excellent webinars as they become available and really urge you to have a listen!
A sincere and heartfelt THANK YOU to all our wonderful dads, and special grandfathers for making the time to pop in to our Father’s Day breakky on Friday!
There is really nothing better than having you all in our school at the one time! Looking out over a sea of smiling faces, enjoying their children’s company is simply magical!
This term, as part of our MAPPEN unit, ‘Forces and Functions’, we have been exploring physics, engineering principles and the Habit of Mind, ‘remaining open to continuous learning’. As part of our learning in this unit, we were given the team challenge to design and build a balloon powered car that would travel at least 5 metres. We had to consider the principles of engineering, physics concepts and technology and enterprise skills we have explored in class in order to build a successful car.
After designing, planning, building and trialling our cars over the past few weeks, we are now at the stage of doing our final testing.
We can’t wait to reveal how our cars have gone at our upcoming Open Night!
Friday 7 September 2018
House Field Events Timetable
Can all children in Years 4 to 6 please wear their House Tops for the day.
Year 4: 9am to 10.20am
Year 5: 11am to 12.20pm
Year 6: 1.20pm to 2.40pm
Mrs Chaves, Miss Corkhill & The Year Fours
MacKillop House Day
Courage in all Things
MacKillop House celebrated the feast day of Mary MacKillop on 8th August. A Prayer service was held to remember Australia’s first Saint…
Mary cared about the people who had no one to look after them such as boys and girls who just roamed the streets, children in the country who had no school to go to, people who were old and sick and people who had nowhere to live. Mary wanted more than anything to help these people.
Mary MacKillop kept her faith in God and bravely challenged those who did not support her vision for a more caring world. Mary is an important Australian who spent her life helping people, especially children. She is Australia’s first Saint.
A huge thank you to the MacKillop students for their generous donations! We were able to purchase 33 new sleeping bags, along with pre loved sleeping bags, for those less fortunate than ourselves. Our donation was delivered to St Patrick’s Community Support Centre in Fremantle where we hope they will bring some comfort on these cold winter nights.
Mary MacKillop’s belief ‘never see a need without doing something about it’ was brought to life through your generosity!
Thank you MacKillop families!