- Principal News
- Temporary Mass Changes
- School Fee Statements
- Preferred Payment for school fees 2020
- Residential Address Collection Notice
- Servite College Community Festival TODAY
- Raise your glass! 100 years Centenary!
- Lowes Uniforms - One Day Only VIP Event | Shop Online & In-store
- Packed with Goodness talk feedback
- Entertainment Membership Fundraiser (formerly Entertainment Books)
- Trinity College Open Day and Scholarships
- Mercedes College Open Day and Enrolments
- Parenting Courses
Yesterday we celebrated our school feast day with Mass and fun activities for the students. It was a most enjoyable day for the students and with Fr Wilson in great form sharing his knowledge of St Kieran as the first Irish born saint and the reasons for the name being used for the parish. Students have commenced work with buddy classes on the creation of a brick design that will commemorate each student who is currently at St Kieran in 2020. These bricks, together with those purchased by families later in the year will form part of a new garden area where the current Grotto now stands, which will commemorate the centenary of the school.
In the past few weeks, we have completed an upgrade of the PA system in the undercover area that has been specially designed for this space, which includes a dedicated sound system, extra speakers and a number of both handheld and hands-free microphones. We hope that this makes the experience of school assemblies more enjoyable for our parents and students, with greater spoken clarity coming through the speakers.
You may have also noticed several extra spotlights connected to the undercover area during the recent Kieran Connect Picnic. These have been installed across the school to allow night events to be conducted without the need for the external lighting system. We have also recently upgraded the hand dryers in the main toilet block. These have attracted a great deal of attention by the children as they are a different shape and have replaced much older and noisy units.
PARENT- TEACHER MEETINGS
Parent-Teacher meetings times are now live in the app or via this link. Each session will provide up to 15 minutes with your class teacher who will provide you with information about how your child has started the term academically, socially and in regards to their work habits.
Each year we have approximately 20% of parents who do not engage with these meetings which we see as a vital part of our reporting of student progress.
We see your child's education as a shared responsibility between home and school and need each parent or guardian to take the time to listen about their child's progress and to provide further insight to the class teacher about their child, how they learn and the ways that they can work together to best support the learning needs of their child.
Looking forward to seeing our students and parents on Monday 9 March 2020 at the rescheduled Faction Swimming Carnival at Craigie Leisure Centre.
Have a great weekend!
The Archdiocese of Perth have updated procedures around the celebration of the Eucharist. At yesterday's School Mass these procedures were implemented and explained to the students.
Below you will find a more detailed letter from the Archdiocese of Perth explaining about the actual changes.
Schools Fees have been emailed out to your preferred email address on 18 February 2020. If you have not received your statement please email email@example.com
All preferred payment plan forms should have been returned to the office with the direct debit form, if choosing to pay directly from a bank account. For those parents/guardians who wish to pay by term - the first payment is now due.
Please use the form below to inform the accounts department at St Kieran regarding how payment for fees will be made in 2020. You can either download the following pdf form, print it off and return to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are using options 1,2 or 3 or you can use the online form below if you are choosing options 1 or 2.
Please see the attached notice from the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the department), to advise you that the department has requested that your child’s school provide a ‘statement of addresses’, in accordance with the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (Cth) (Regulation).
This collection is routinely used to inform Commonwealth school education policy, and to help ensure that Commonwealth funding arrangements for non-government schools are based on need, and are fair and transparent.
If your address has changed in the past 12 months and you have not informed the school, please email email@example.com before Monday 9 March with your updated details.
In 2020, St Kieran Catholic Primary School will celebrate 100 years of providing quality education to students in and around Tuart Hill.
To acknowledge this significant milestone, we invite you to purchase wine from leading Margaret River wine producer Wise Wine to either keep, savour or enjoy!
Parents, family, friends, neighbours are invited to purchase the premium wines, with proceeds from the fundraiser to assist with the build of the new Centenary Labyrinth.
Participating is easy, simply select and pay for a straight or mixed dozen from the following link wisewine.com.au/st-kierans/
Delivery is free via Australia Post.
A special thank you to Rosalie Cattaruzza for driving this fundraiser on behalf of the Committee.
On Friday 21st February St Kieran hosted a Healthy Lunchbox Parent information Session called “Packed with Goodness.” Sonia White from the Cancer Council delivered an informative and though provoking session teaching us all about the importance of fruit and vegies for kids, tips for packing a healthy lunchbox, healthy alternatives to pre-packaged snacks, label reading and the best drink choices for kids.
Here is some feedback from some participants.
“The session was very beneficial to me particularly insights on how to check the sugar/salt levels on food labels. Am glad I attended.”
“It was a really informative session. I had a few take home messages which I’ve since been implementing:
- Switch to reduced fat dairy (all dairy!),
- Increase options like eggs, chicken, baked beans or leftovers in lunchboxes,
- White high fibre bread or fruit toast are actually quite healthy choices,
- Reading labels on products for fat, sugar and salt content,
- Substituting some of the fruit I am including in lunchboxes for veg instead, as we’re often good at providing enough serves of fruit in a day. It would be great to repeat it again in the future.”
Thank you to all those who attended and participated in the information session. If you are interested in further information, please view the Crunch and sip website https://www.crunchandsip.com.au/
We hope to host this event again in the future, so if you missed out this time please keep an eye out for the next date!
“My favourite way to save is with my New Entertainment membership! "
Buy today and get a BONUS $10 JB Hi-Fi eGift Card with any purchase and 3 months extra membership on Single City & Multi City.
All memberships are now digital, books are no longer available. Digital memberships can be bought at any time throughout the year and last for 12 months. If you purchase now it won't run out until June 2021 so you get an extra 3 months plus a gift voucher. Support our fundraiser today but be quick, offer ends 31st March 2020! https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/8438s8
TRINITY COLLEGE 2021 SCHOLARSHIPS
Applications are invited for Trinity College Scholarships and Bursaries for 2021. To find out more and to access the application forms, please visit the Trinity College website: www.trinity.wa.edu.au. Applications close at 4:00pm on Friday, 14 March 2020. Examination date is Friday, 28 March 2020 (Academic only). Please return completed application forms to the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRINITY COLLEGE OPEN DAY – WEDNESDAY, 13 MAY 2020
Discover Trinity College at our Open Day on Wednesday, 13 May 2020 to learn more about the unique TC Spirit and the vast curricular and co-curricular opportunities that the College has to offer. Each of our College Open Day sessions will include an address from the Principal and Junior/Senior Head Prefects, student-led tours, light refreshments and a Q&A with key staff, teachers and the admissions team. We look forward to meeting you! Please note that your son is welcome to attend the Open Day. Further details can be found via www.trinity.wa.edu.au or you can register directly through https://www.trybooking.com/BILZB. You can also email email@example.com or call 9223 8120.
Early in 2020, Mercedes College will commence interviewing Year 4 and Year 5 students who are due to start Year 7 in 2022 & 2023 respectively. If you are considering enrolling your daughter and have not yet requested a Prospectus, please contact Mrs Julie Lamb on 9323 1340 as soon as possible.
Open Day - 17 March 8.30 to 1pm - to register call 9323 1323.
Enquiries are also welcome for places in Year 7 for 2020 and 2021. For more information please refer to the College website, www.mercedes.wa.edu.au.
Relationships Australia Parenting Courses for March 2020.
Places are limited – please contact (08) 6164 0239 to register today.
For more information about the courses and workshops please visit
Joondalup Branch Relationship Australia
Triple P Positive Parenting Program
A FREE program that teaches practical and effective ways to enhance family relationships and manage common child behaviour issues.
Who is this program for?
Parents, carers and/or grandparents of a child aged between 3 and 8 years.