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St Michael's School


4 James St
Bassendean WA 6054
PO Box 428
Bassendean WA 6934
08 6278 9888
Absentee Line - 6278 9802

St Michael's School


Assistant Principal News

End of Year Concert and Awards Evening

The annual Christmas Concert and Awards Night will be held at the school on Monday 9th December commencing at 6.00pm with the formalities first and the performance to begin around 6:30pm. Kindy and pre-primary parents are invited to collect their children after their performances to take home or sit with families for the remainder of the performances. Miss Pin and Mrs Welch will provide more information closer to the concert.

Once again, parents are asked to bring fold-up chairs or cushions to sit on. Seating will be provided for the invited guests only.

This year all the children will be participating in a mini-musical, Little Red Riding Hood. Each class will participate in a segment of the musical and class costume requirements are listed below. There is absolutely no need for parents to go to any expense in getting the children dressed up for the evening. The idea is to keep it as simple or creative as you like. There are no hard and fast rules with the costumes. Should you have any queries about requirements please come and see Mrs Panizza or your class teacher.

Class costume requirements for Little Red Riding Hood

Away in a Manger
Angels and Sheperds
Whose Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
Wolf Masks. (supplied by school)
3 Little Pigs..See teacher for individual requirements.
Year 1
The Pigs Marching Song.
Pig masks.(supplied by school)
See teacher for individual requirements.
Year 2
Hey there Little Red Riding Hood.
Woodcutters, Wolves and Grandma. See teacher and class list for individual reqirements.
Year 3
Welcome to the Forest.
Own choice. Good and bad animals.(Australian )See teacher and class list for  individual requirements.
Year 4
Whistling and Waving.
Own choice. Good and Bad animals. Masks. Ears. Tails etc.
See teacher and class list for requirements.
Year 5
Butterflies and Bees
Bees and Butterflies supplied by school in Art. Good and Bad animals.   Trees. Green tinsel. See teacher for requriements.
Year 6
Knock, Knock, Knock
See teacher and class list for main characters. Remaining children… Good and Bad animals.


EduDance Costumes

I Feel Better When I’m Dancing


  • Dog theme black nose/whiskers
  • Plain bright coloured t-shirt (colour from the rainbow)
  • Preferably matching coloured shorts or leggings/trousers

King Julian’s Workout


‘80’s Workout’ style clothes… For example,

  • Leg warmers, sweat bands,
  • leotards ect.
  • Colour theme is black and neon/fluoro.


YR 1

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Dress tie (adult tie in any colour)
  • Baseball cap (any colour)

Friend Like Me

YR 2

  • School Sports Shorts
  • Plain blue t-shirt
  • Gold/bronze cuffs made from contact

Hammer and the Frog

YR 3

  • School shorts
  • Plain green t-shirt.
  • Yellow headband (provided by Miss Swain)

Do Your Thing

YR 4

  • Teacher”  style clothes … For example, shirts, ties, moustache, art teacher, sport teacher etc.
  • (No accessories that may fall off or hinder the dance moves.)
  • Sports shoes are still to be worn

Funk Soul Brother

YR 5

  • Denim shorts/jeans
  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Flannel shirt around waist (any colour)

Hair Up

YR 6

  • Black t- shirt
  • Black Shorts / Leggings / Pants
  • Bright Coloured tape stuck on t-shirt and 1 leg.
  • (Optional – Crazy Hair ‘Up’.)

St Michael’s Circuit Breakers Stars

Last Friday, some students from Year 4 and Year 6 attended Western Power’s Circuit Breakers Science Fair event hosted at SciTech as the culminating showcase for their work this semester in STEM subjects. Mr Caddy, Mr Coughlan and Miss Riolo supported the students to develop their own innovative solutions using Micro:bit pocket-sized LED computer technology. Congratulations to all participants and a big thank you to the teachers who got involved guiding students towards their successful Digital Technology projects.

Parent Feedback on Seesaw

This semester the K-3 classes adopted Seesaw for use with Student Learning Portfolios and to enhance parent communication. We have had a wonderful uptake with almost 100% of K-3 parents signing up and embracing this digital means of communicating student learning. To support our ongoing review of the success of Seesaw we would like to invite parents to provide any comments, suggestions or feedback about the impact of this tool. Please take a moment to answer the question; How have you found the implementation of Seesaw at St Michael’s in 2019?

Question Link:

Thank you.


Wanted: Book Covering Volunteers

Recently we have been fortunate enough to purchase a number of take-home levelled readers to boost our resources in the Junior Primary classrooms. In order to get these books ready for use by students, we are looking for volunteers who may be able to take a few home to cover with contact. If you are able to assist with this, please let Mrs Jemima Saunders or the front office know. Your young readers thank you!

Assistant Principals
Jemima Saunders and Ryan Powles


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