Welcome to Kathryn Climo, who has replaced Lisa Monzu, and is in the Accounts office Monday to Wednesday.
Congratulations to Rafaela in Year One who received the Year One Art Award for the Angelico Exhibition for Catholic Education on Tuesday Evening.
Congratulations also goes to Natalie Poga who has been selected in the U15 Touch Football Girls team to represent Western Australia in Term 4.
Last week saw our Cyclic Review conducted. The process of looking backwards to help within the decision making of what needs to be planned next (Looking Forward) is the model that is used across all Catholic schools in WA. Part of our long-term planning will centre around future demographic information provided to the school as part of the process. The items of curriculum development and a vision for learning that is clearly articulated to all members of our community, the centenary celebrations and how they help promote our school in the wider Tuart Hill community, having a clear connection between our Mercy heritage and how that influences our interactions and everyday learning and continuing the work of sustainability of our school and the playing environment. There are a number of aspects that will be teased out over the next twelve to eighteen months and will require community input to ensure we are on the right track.
Fathers’ Day breakfast will be held next Friday 30/8/19 starting at 7:30am in the upper learning area. Please enter through the Morgans Street gates. We need final numbers by Friday to ensure we are able to cater appropriately for the event. Thank you to Libby De Masi for her coordination of this event and the great band of helpers and cooks that she has assembled.
OPEN NIGHT and MAKE A MOVE Dance
Open night in Week 9 (Wednesday 18th September) will feature our choir and our dance concert related to the Make a Move dance program during Term 3. We will also have the official opening of our facilities and also have all classrooms open for you to view children’s learning. The doors will open at 4:30 pm and we expect the concert to finish before 6:30 pm.
It is expected that all children will be in attendance as the concert is the culmination of the dance program for the term. Please stay tuned for more information over the next few weeks.
Have a great weekend. We will see all students back at school on Tuesday 27/8/19.
4:15 pm Gates Open
4.30pm Classrooms Open Choir will perform in the undercover area during this time/Classroom open for viewing
5:00 pm Official Opening of renovated buildings
5:25 pm Make a Move Dance Performance
7:15 pm Gates Close
There will be a sausage sizzle available on the night with a gold coin donation going to the Grotto at the parish.
The Library will also be open for “Book Fair” purchases.
This year at St Kieran, we started the celebration of Book Week with our annual Book Parade on Monday morning.
It was an enthustaistic start to our week for all students and staff!
Everyone was really inspired by the theme, 'Reading is Our Super Power!' as displayed in the very creative costumes in our pararde.
Please come a see the photo's taken by the clever Mrs Carly Hardegen, mother of Rebecca Hardegen in 5W of the colourful parade in the undercover area on the class doors.
Grace, Ryan and Ariana from the Community Leadership Pillar did an amazing job hosting our parade and engaged all with their careful selection of music. Well done team!
Sophie, Michael and Mia from the Learning Leadership Pillar organised a daily Book Quiz for students from Yearr 1 - 6
It was a well planned activity the the students enjoyed. Thanks for organising!
Prizes will be given out on Tuesday to those students who won one of the daily prizes.
The students also enjoyed spending time with their Buddies this week to particapte in Book Week activities organised by their teachers.
Please come and see the wonderful display of staff and students who have a secret power of reading in the libarary. See if you recognise any of them?
Thanks to one and all for another fantastic celebration of Book Week!
'The More that you Read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go.' Dr. Suess
Mrs Sally Hart
St Kieran parents to assist with our 2020 enrolments, can you please notify the school this term if your child has been accepted to another school.
St Kierans fee policy requires parents/guardians to give the school a terms notice if not returning to St Kieran. Your assistance is very much appreciated.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Street Co-Op is hosting a Picnic in the Park to celebrate the development of Robinson Reserve on 7 September 2019 between 9am and 11am.
The Osborne Library will be doing a Teddy Bears’ Picnic themed storytime at 10am and there will be giant games to play. Come and enjoy a fun morning.
Main Street Co-Op 2019 Committee.