All parents are warmly invited to our first P&F Meeting for Term 2.
When: Monday 12th May at 6.30pm
Where: St Emilie’s Staffroom
PS We won’t be holding hands and looking to the heavens as the featured image suggests however we WILL say a prayer, plan, discuss, collaborate and work together as a team! 🙂
Monday 2nd June – WA Day
Western Australia (WA) Day is held on the first Monday in June each year and is a state holiday only. It commemorates the foundation of the Swan River Colony near Perth by European settlers in 1829, although sightings and landings occurred as far back as 1616. Originally Albany, on the south coast, was to be the capital of WA but better resources for shipping and farming were found on the Swan River so Perth became the capital.
WA Day was previously known as Foundation Day but, to recognise the Aboriginal people as the original owners of the land, the name was changed in April 2012.
WA was settled as a free colony, unlike some other parts of Australia like New South Wales and Port Arthur. It was the only British colony in Australia established with land grants to settlers. The settlers were given land in proportion to the quantity of people and goods they brought to the colony and were only given the full title to their land when it had been improved enough to be considered established and sustaining.
Events on the weekend of the public holiday include the WA Day Plate, a horse-racing event on the Saturday at Belmont Park; the WA Citizen of the Year Award for categories like Youth, Community, Business, Arts etc; and community BBQs around the state sponsored by local businesses.
Tuesday 3rd June – Staff PD Aboriginal Cultural Immersion Program
All St Emilie’s Mothers and grandmothers are warmly invited to the Year Two Assembly followed by Morning Tea in the school hall meeting room next Friday 9th May.
If you plan on coming along please send a note into your class teacher for catering purposes by Monday 5th May, thank you.
Year Three and Four students will lead us all in a simple Prayer Service to mark ANZAC DAY this Friday 2nd May at 8.45am. If you have a relative who would like to attend this service please bring them along. Likewise, if you have medals belonging to anyone in your family, you may elect for yourself or one of your children to wear these during the service. Please phone the Office with details so that we can make a seat available. After the service a cuppa will be available in the hall meeting room to give us an opportunity to catch up after the holidays. Please bring a small plate to share – anzac bickies would be really great!
Dear Parents and Friends, it’s time to get your table of 8 friends together – just $80.00 a table – $10.00 a ticket for our P&F Quiz Night!
Phone your friends and then book your table of 8 via the school office on 92569696. Payment must be made ASAP or by Friday16th May at the latest.
To help make our Quiz Night on FRIDAY 6th JUNE a great success we also need your help to find some more SPONSORS to donate prizes that can be raffled or used on the night. If you can assist with the donation of a prize please contact Alison McInery – email@example.com
A babysitting service will be available on the night in the school library – $10.00 a child; byo beanbag/pillow!
If you would like to attend but don’t have a table of 8, please phone the Office and leave your details and we will see if we can join you up with some other couples who don’t have a full table.
NO BYO – alcohol will be sold on the night.
You can buy snacks, however there will also be chips etc on sale.
It’s going to be a really fun night!!
We have now secured our QUIZ NIGHT HOST Mr Jon Lennon (ha ha ha – yes, this IS his real name! ) who runs Jon Lennon Entertainment …. here is what other’s have said of his Quiz Night’s…
“A FANTASTIC NIGHT “
“THE PLACE ROCKED”
“A FANTASTIC NIGHT “
“EVERYONE WAS ENTERTAINED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT”
“THE BEST QUIZ NIGHT I’VE BEEN TO”
“HONESTLY,YOU WERE BRILLIANT”
These are just some of the comments that quiz night organisers and patrons have said about Jon Lennon’s Quiz Nights.
The night consists of a quiz that combines General Knowledge and Music Themes with games in between!
Some great prizes to win and a fabulous way of supporting St Emilie’s fundraising efforts!