Tuesday 27th October
Thursday 29th October
This year’s Book Week theme is CURIOUS CREATURES, WILD MINDS!
While we don’t LOVE that this web post comes from a blog called (wait for it) … ‘The Organised Housewife’!!!! we thought it had some good ideas for BookWeek costumes that might be helpful – some ideas are quite simple, others more elaborate!
We will be dressing up as a book character and celebrating Book Week next Wednesday, 28th October – Kindy – Year 6.
Below are the nominated short-list books for Book Week 2020. These books are currently in the staffroom, however will make their way into the library very shortly! You can find out a little more about the books from the link below:
Thanks and fun times ahead 🙂
Dear Pre-Primary Parents
Please read below for information regarding uniform fittings for Pre-Primary children starting in Year 1 in 2021.
Just a reminder – if you haven’t entered your vote for St Emilie’s Bush Forever Journey, please get your vote in soon as voting closes this Sunday.
St Emilie’s Catholic Primary School has submitted an entry in this year’s Quality Catholic Education Awards. Many other schools throughout WA have also submitted entries – approximately 80 in total.
Our schools entry is called the St Emilie’s Bush Forever Journey. It documents some of the learning opportunities that have taken place in our bushland setting over a long period of time 2013 – to the present. In our submission we have included two statements (100 words and 500 words) as well as supporting documents (web posts, learning plans and Open Night displays) about our journey.
This year there is a People’s Choice Award so we are encouraging all our families to vote for St Emilie’s. Please click on this link and you will be taken to the nomination page.
Part of our submission includes a video which you can view by following this link.
Thank you for entering your vote.
Voting closes 20 September 2020.
Friday 11th September 2020
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
Families are welcome to attend but are reminded to please observe the State Government Phase 4 COVID guidelines and physical distancing, good hygiene and the 2 square metre rule.
Below are the options you have in regards to the K-2 and the Yr 3-6 disco this afternoon/evening.
Please note that we are striving to have the least number of parents on site as possible at any one time. If you are dropping/collecting your child from the classroom, there should only need to be one parent per family and you are asked to please be mindful of social distancing. Yr 3-6 parents are encouraged to use drive through.
Thanks everyone – we are sure that it will be a lovely night for the children. Kirsten Devereux and her team have done a really wonderful job organising this event and on your behalf I sincerely thank them for all their hard work!
We are crossing fingers and toes that rain won’t be a factor tonight 🙂