Mrs Cogger is keen to encourage all our budding scientists at St Emilie’s to attend this local event. Our students have entered the Design a Logo competition and the winning entry (yet to be announced) will feature in the Community Expo banner.
Our school bushland is enjoyed by our students and of great aesthetic value to our school environment. Mrs Cogger enjoys taking the students to the ‘bush classroom’ each term for various activities.
Unfortunately many years ago we found out that the trees had ‘dieback disease’. Since then we have embarked on an injection program every few years. In 2013 the Dieback Working Group came to the school and supervised the students with the injection program and provided all the materials and phosphate. Here is a photo of Alyssa and Bayley from Year 6 2013.
The next time the the trees were due to be treated was in 2016 and we had the help of Conservation Volunteers WA. Here is a photo of the team.
The trees in our bushland are due to be treated again. This is high priority if we have any chance of saving the most vulnerable species like the Banksias. As well as other species like Sheoak, Macrozamia, grass trees etc. Our bushland is also home to a family of Southern Boobook Owls, a Southern Brown Bandicoot, a Bobtail Goanna and other native species.
We have a BUSY BEE planned for Saturday 4th May commencing at 8am. Mrs Cogger would like to invite you to help ‘save our bushland’ by assisting with the injection program on Saturday morning. Chris (father of Kadyn Year 6 and Kiara Year 3) has kindly offered to hire the gear from Murdoch University and instruct us on how to inject the trees with phosphate. All we need now is a team of committed parents to assist us on the day. BYO drill, rubber gloves and goggles if you have any.
If you have would like to volunteer your time please register via this link
If yo ave any questions about the dieback injector program please contact Mrs Cogger or Mr Munro.
Once our trees have been treated we will be able to commence our replanting program with the grant funds recently received from Woolworths Junior Landcare.
In anticipation of a productive BUSY BEE…
As a Waterwise School, we encourage all our families to participate in Seek a Leak Week. This activity can be done at home.
As part of our Seek a Leak Week Waterwise schools are encouraged to take the time to spot a leak with some activity plans.
Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Did you know that a leaking toilet can result in nearly 3 buckets of wasted water a day!
Here is a link to the Waterwise website with details on how to run your own Seek a Leak at home.
Gosnells Cricket Club will be holding trials for the Premier District U13s, U14s, U15s and U17’s squads for the coming 2019/2020 season. Trials will be held at Sutherlands Park, Gay St, Huntingdale. If you are looking to take the next step in your cricketing pathway then register your interest.
Trials will be held on
U13s and U14s – Monday 11th, 18th and 25th March. Register at 4:30pm for a 5pm start.
U15s and U17s – Wednesday 13th and 20th March. Register at 4:30pm for a 5pm start.
Focus points are all as important as each other. Coaches will be looking at
As well as your performance and attitude.
Age based criteria for the applicable junior competition are as follows
Under 17 – must be less than 17 years on June 30.
Under 15 – must be less than 15 years on June 30
Under 14 – must be less than 14 years on June 30
Under 13 – must be less than 13 years on June 30
You will be require your community club training uniform and full cricket kit. Trials will last for approximately 1.5 hours depending on numbers. All players who wish to join the 2019/2020 district squads must attend these trials.
Please register your interest below
email – firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 8th March.
Include the following in your registration
Player name, parents name, player date of birth, current community club, contact email and mobile number.