St Michael's School
St Michael's School
Assistant Principal News
Each year, Archbishop Costelloe launches the Lifelink campaign to raise funds for the Catholic services provided by Perth Diocese. We are asking students to bring a gold coin in the hope of helping others on Friday 14th June.
Schools were also invited to create a book of Love and Hope. The students have put in an amazing effort to create pictures, prayers and poems about love and hope and we have compiled them into a book which will be delivered to a parish in Perth.
A reminder that our reports will be accessible through the Seqta Engage portal. The site can be found at this address https://stmichaelsbass.coneqt-p.cathednet.wa.edu.au/ or by clicking the link on our school home page. Please ensure you are able to log in. If you cannot remember your password, there is a reset password feature. For those who cannot remember what email they used, please contact the office.
For the parents of Preprimary students with no older siblings and new families to the school, a welcome email has been sent with instructions on how to set up your account.
The Listening and Dialogue phase which was the first phase of the Plenary Council is now complete. The National Centre for Pastoral Research is continuing the deep listening process by conducting a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the submissions received. Using best practice in research methods they will identify the key themes that have emerged.
The second stage of the preparation phase of the Plenary Council begins on June 9, 2019. This phase will be about “Listening and Discernment”.
Discernment in communities and in preparation towards the Plenary Council will help to ensure that the Church is listening to God, listening to one another and considering the way forward as the People of God in Australia.
Term 2 Calendar
Dates for your Diary
Wednesday 4th September – School Athletics Carnival
10th to 13th September – Year 5/6 Camp
16th – 19th September – Book Fair
Monday 16th September – Book Fair Dress Up Parade
Tuesday 17th September – Open Night
Friday 20th September – Interschool Athletics Carnival
On Thursday, 40 participants from Yr 3 to Yr 6 went to Interschool Cross Country at Good Shepherd, Kelmscott. We left at 8:50am and the races started at 10:45am with the Yr 3 students starting first. Lillian. T and Xavier. P both came first place in their races. Next race was Yr 4’s and Madeline. W came first place for the girls and the boys all ran well. Yr 5’s ran next and Liam. P came in third and Sebastian. F came in first place. The next race was the Yr 6 students and Jasmine. A ran second. In the reserve’s race Gabriella. T, Tex. M, Owen. M, Gizelle. B, Ava. R, Jack. S, Attia. W and Ayden. B took part.
Everyone did an awesome job. A huge thanks to the teachers for organising it all. Also, thanks to Miss B for encouraging us along the way and helping us train for it. For our efforts we came in second place overall. Thank you also to Miss Riolo and Mrs Schnell for helping out on the day.
Jasmine A, Yr 6
Year 2 Aegis Visit
On Thursday 6th June, the Year 2 class visited the Aegis Aged Care residents. Students took along books to read and Xavier wowed them with his violin playing. The Year 1 class will be visiting in week 8.
Year 1 Mass
The Year 1 Mass has been rescheduled for Wednesday 26th June as we were unable to get a replacement priest for Father Son.
Jemima Saunders and Ryan Powles