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Friday, 28 April 2017 08:00

Welcome Uniform Store

  • Winter Uniform Term 2                                                                                 Back                                                                                         
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Normal trading hours return on Friday 28 April.

Please be reminded that students return in Winter Uniform in Term 2, 2017. A reminder for Year 8 to 12 students to wear blazers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform

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Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform - Girls and Boys
Navy/red/white stripe tracksuit (embroidered with the School Crest), red polo shirt with a striped collar and sleeve (embroidered with the School Crest), white with navy stripe school sports socks, navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots white sneakers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Wet Weather Information
Wet weather uniform for Kindergarten to Year 1 students. We request that all ELC children purchase a navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots as part of the winter school uniform. The aim is for our children to be outdoors engaging with the natural environment come rain or shine!

Years 3 to 6
Boys – Grey school shorts or trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, black knee high socks (required for shorts only), tartan tie, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan pleated skirt, short sleeved white overblouse with the School Crest, tartan tie, black knee high socks or tights, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).

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Years 7 to 12
Boys – Grey trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan skirt, short sleeved white overblouse with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), black opaque stockings, the School scarf (optional).

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Uniform Requirements

Pre Kindergarten to Year 2

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Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2
Uniform Price List 

Years 3 to 6
Summer Uniform Price List

Years 3 to 6 
Winter Uniform Price List

Years 7 to 12
 Summer Uniform Price List

Years 7 to 12
Winter Uniform Price List

 

 All credit cards purchases will incur a 1% surcharge.


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Location

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The Uniform Store is located at the front of the School to the right of the Administration building, near the Chapel. It has wheelchair and pram friendly access. Parking is available for visitors behind the Berry Durston Indoor Sports Centre or across the road in the New Spring Church carpark in white marked bays.

Uniform Store: 9495 8129
Uniform Store Coordinator: Wendy Brinner
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Friday, 28 April 2017 08:00

Welcome eNewsletter Term 2

  • Welcome back to the new term                                                               Back    
  • Anglican Schools Commission Christian Purposes Day
  • ANZAC Service
  • School Photograph Day – Monday 8 May 2017
  • Academic Scholarships for 2018

Welcome back to the new term
I hope the recent break was a relaxing time for all. The students have returned in high spirits and for the most part, well-presented in their winter uniforms. Thank you to parents who have ensured that their children's uniforms and shoes are spic and span for the new term; it is appreciated. Our uniform is both attractive and distinctive and when worn well shows students in the most positive light.

We have commenced with 1003 students, including two new Primary students. The staff has welcomed back Deputy Principal Anne Harris and Education Assistant Julie Denton from leave. Mrs Lisa Bissell has rejoined the staff from Bullsbrook College to teach a range of subjects including Food Technology, Society and Environment and a Certificate II in Business.

Anglican Schools Commission Christian Purposes Day
On Wednesday 26 April, all teaching staff and Education Assistants attended the ASC's annual Christian Purposes Day at HBF Stadium. Over the years as established schools have grown and new schools commenced, the gathering has grown to exceed 1000 people. This year we heard from two inspirational guest speakers; Ms Robyn Moore on the theme The Power of the Word and Sam Walsh AO, former CEO of Rio Tinto, on the theme Spirituality and Business. Our CEO, The Reverend Peter Laurence OAM, spoke on the importance of fostering respect and inclusivity in our schools. The Right Reverend Jeremy James tssf presided and preached at the afternoon Eucharist. This important day each year affords valuable time to reflect on the core values we share as educators and also the opportunity to forge collegial links with staff in other schools.

ANZAC Day Service
The whole school assembled on Thursday 27 April to commemorate ANZAC Day. Each year our Service is observed with the greatest respect and this year was no exception. I would like to acknowledge our Service Prefect Bodhi Greenham who in his capacity as a naval cadet led the Service; army cadet Lucas Grant in his role as a member of the catafalque (flag raising) party; Mr Gary Bordoni who prepared the audio visual presentation; Head Prefects and Primary Captains and Mr Philip Mayes who played The Last Post and Rouse. The portable flag pole and wreath were relocated to the Café courtyard after the Service for the remainder of the school day.

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School Photograph Day – Monday 8 May 2017
Our first School Photograph Day will take place on Monday 8 May 2017. On this day, all class groups and individual images for Kindergarten to Year 12 students will be taken, in addition to a number of other student group photographs. Photograph order envelopes have been distributed to students this week. Parents are asked to ensure that their child has their photograph order envelope with them on Monday 8 May, even if photographs will not be ordered.

The School will be holding a second School Photograph Day on Thursday 17 August 2017. Family/sibling photographs of students from the same family, attending John Wollaston Anglican Community School, will be offered on Thursday 17 August 2017. Parents of children in Little Wollies classes will be advised of your photograph days in the coming weeks.

Academic Scholarships for 2018
John Wollaston Anglican Community School is delighted to announce Academic Scholarships for 2018. Year 4, Year 6 and Year 9 students enrolled in government or independent schools, including current John Wollaston students, are invited to participate in a scholarship examination to be conducted at John Wollaston Anglican Community School commencing at 8.20am in The Commons, on Saturday 17 June 2017.

Two scholarships per year level will be awarded. Successful applicants will be granted a 50% remission on Tuition Fees. The scholarships will be awarded for the student’s education for a three (3) year period commencing from entry into Year 5, Year 7 or Year 10 in 2018, at John Wollaston Anglican Community School. This is a wonderful opportunity for students and their families to experience the modern facilities, engaging learning programmes and supportive staff that the School has to offer.


Registration for the Academic Scholarships Year 5, Year 7 and Year 10 2018, is now open. Please register via the link attached below.

Click here to apply for scholarships.

For further information please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone Karen Ayres on (08) 9495 8121.

 

With good wishes for the term ahead
Anne Ford

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  • A busy term                                                                                           BACK
  • Year 8 Encounter
  • Secondary Colours Assembly
  • Year 9 da Vinci Decathlon
  • Secondary School Interim Reports and SEQTA update

A busy term
Well time has sped along and we have come to the end of an action packed school term! Thank you to all students and staff for your hard work and excellent contributions to the John Wollaston school community over the past ten weeks. It has also been wonderful to see so many parents supporting students and staff through their attendance at events such as the Secondary Parent/Teacher Interview Evenings; inter-house and inter-school carnivals; House breakfasts and school assemblies, including our very special Easter Eucharist that was held today. Thank you all for your support. We look forward to your continuing involvement over the coming weeks.

Year 8 Encounter
The inaugural Year 8 Encounter that was held from Monday 27 to Wednesday 29 March at the Swan Valley Adventure Centre has been proclaimed a huge success! Students and staff were engaged in a range of activities and courses including mountain biking, high ropes, commando run, swimming, raft building, team work challenges as well as participating in a glamourous ‘op shop’ disco. A big thank you goes to the event coordinator Mr Jones, as well as to the Heads of House and staff who attended this character building experience.

Secondary Colours Assembly 
This week’s Colours Assembly highlighted some terrific student achievements. Swimming age champions and runners-up were awarded their trophies and inter-school representatives received Colours for their effort. Honour Colours were awarded to Dylan Bailey for representing WA in the Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney and also to Ashlee King for her membership of the WA U/18s State Cricket Team at the National Championships in Hobart. The School's highest award, an Honour Blazer was awarded to Sophie Hill for representing Australia in the Synchronised Ice Skating International Competition in Salzburg, Austria. Matilda Cuthbert from Year 8 was also recognised as Student of the Month for March.

Congratulations also go to the following Year 7 students, for their successful election to their respective House Councils for 2017.

  • Charter: Daniel Roughton, Madison Tokeley
  • Hale: Eloise Henneberry, Dominick Mukherjee
  • Ramsden: Charlotte Adam, Jake Passmore
  • Scott: Jack Edwards, Zoe Spreckley
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Year 9 da Vinci Decathlon
On Wednesday 29 March, Year 9 students Carmina Farano, Keeley Smith, Taylah Asmus, Taylor Prothero, Matthew Ford, Matthew Little, Joshua Bydder, Ashlyn Trouchet, Jordan Mazzola and Teliah Godfrey participated in the da Vinci Decathlon at Wesley College. Congratulations to the team for your hard work and resilience and also for achieving a first place in the Art and Poetry category! Thanks also to Alice Alibrandi, Head of Inclusive Education for her coordination and oversight of this event.

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Secondary School Interim Reports and SEQTA update
Secondary School Interim Reports are now available for viewing on SEQTA Engage. Parents are also reminded to check the ‘Documents’ and ‘Portals’ pages of SEQTA Engage regularly as these pages are frequently updated with new information. All parents of Primary students should have now received a provisioning email to join SEQTA Engage. Please remember to activate your ‘welcome’ link within one week. If you have recently changed your email address or experience any difficulties with SEQTA Engage please contact Karen Ayres at the School on 9495 8121.

In closing I would like to wish all families a safe and restful school holiday break. We will look forward to welcoming you all again, recharged for Term 2, commencing on Thursday 27 April. We are also looking forward to welcoming Ms Harris back to John Wollaston and hearing about her amazing adventures!

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Best wishes
Karen Ayres
Acting Director of Administration

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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Deputy Principal Pastoral Care

  • Out of your comfort zone                                                          BACK
  • Year 8 Encounter
  • Secondary SAS achievements 
  • A safe and enjoyable Term 1 break

Out of your comfort zone
When did you last find yourself truly out of your comfort zone? When was the last time you had that feeling of butterflies in your stomach or that strong surge of adrenaline that pulsates through your body? Your comfort zone can be described as a behavioural space where your activities and behaviours fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress and risk. We also know that a large amount of learning does take place when we expose ourselves to situations where we no longer feel comfortable. Placing ourselves in situations which challenge us and expose us to a small amount of anxiety and stress is actually a very healthy thing to do.

Some of the well -known benefits of placing yourself outside of your comfort zone include:

  • Increasing your levels of confidence in dealing with new situations
  • Opening yourself up to new and sometimes life changing experiences
  • Learning to use your levels of anxiety and stress in positive ways
  • Developing a true sense of resilience and grit

Year 8 Encounter
Our Year 8 students have just completed their Year 8 Encounter at the Swan Valley Adventure Centre. Students were challenged physically and psychologically. Students participated in activities including; High Ropes Course, Commando Course, Flying Fox, Archery and Raft Building. All of these experiences required most students to overcome some type of anxiety or stress as they were placed well outside of their comfort zone. As each activity was completed, our Year 8 students described a genuine sense of achievement and accomplishment. They learnt that they are most capable of achieving anything if they are brave enough to accept the challenges that are placed in front of them.

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Secondary SAS achievements

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The following students were in the winning Mixed Frisbee 'A' team:
Ronan-Marc Cowley
Tyson Mobbs
Bailey Grant
Tyler Nygen
Phillip Winship
Monique Stubberfield
Amber Phillips
Georgia Rickard
Kaye Neretlis

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The following students are the winners of SAS Best and Fairest:

Girls Basketball ‘A’ Team: Hannah Watts
Girls Basketball ‘B’ Team: Aliesha Brown
Boys Basketball ‘A’ Team: Eythan Harris
Boys Basketball ‘B’ Team: Ryan Auton
Girls Touch Rugby Team: Maddison Briggs
Boys Touch Rugby Team: Rhys Osboine
Girls Beach Volleyball 'A’ Team: Georgia Fennessy
Girls Beach Volleyball ‘B’ Team: Kayla Heatherly
Boys Beach Volleyball ‘A’ Team: Jayden Olson
Boys Beach Volleyball ‘B’ Team: Jordan Stone
Mixed Frisbee ‘A’ Team: Ronan-Marc Cowley
Mixed Frisbee ‘B’ Team: Jason Cross

A safe and enjoyable Term 1 break
I would like to wish all students and families a safe and enjoyable Term 1 break. I encourage you to use the time to rest and re-charge your batteries following a very busy start to the year. I remind students to ensure that you arrive to school for the start of Term 2 wearing your winter uniform with pride. Please also ensure that you present with an appropriate hair style and free of any jewellery and make-up.


All the best
Nick Jones
Deputy Principal Pastoral Care

 

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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Head of Primary

  • Parent, student and teacher conferences                                                              BACK   
  • SEQTA Engage
  • Team Super Savers
  • Academic extension for selected students
  • Inclusive Education Coordinator
  • Coding Camp Murdoch University
  • Primary Staff
  • Pre-Primary Easter Hats

Parent, student and teacher conferences
I hope you have all celebrated in the achievement of your children through the meetings that have been held over the past two weeks. The opportunity to share the data from the On Entry testing in Literacy and Numeracy from Pre-Primary to Year 2 (and the individual reports each family receives as part of this) provides you with valuable information about what your child knows, and what is expected by the end of the year. The data shared from Years 3 to 6 based on the Progressive Achievement Tests also enables us to track the progress of each student against the norm for other children across Australia. You will also have shared in the classroom work on display and set joint goals for improvement throughout the year. Please arrange to meet with me if you have any concerns or would like to praise any part of this process. Your child is at the centre of all we do and I am more than happy to meet with you to discuss further.

SEQTA Engage
Mrs Karen Ayres has worked extremely hard to ensure that all Pre-Primary to Year 6 parents have the provision to access SEQTA Engage. This is an exciting development that will enable direct, immediate access between school and home and will incorporate all reporting through this digital platform. You will also discover a continuous mode of reporting; in that feedback will be provided to you on progress for each unit of inquiry soon after it is completed. This will also include comments from specialist teachers at set times of the year. Please note that you will continue to receive twice yearly written reports (on SEQTA) that you can print and keep. These will include grades and a general comment. Once you have your password set for SEQTA Engage you will receive alerts when any information is posted as feedback or the written report.

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Team Super Savers
The team recently held a most successful bake off, with a stall near the Café that raised just over $150 for Save the Children Australia. A great deal of preparation went into this event and this type of action is exactly what is encouraged through our International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. Well done, Amelia, Mia, Chelsea, Blair, Anna, Arthlay, Chloe and Siyathmi = TSS!

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Academic extension for selected students
Mrs Currey and class teachers have developed Curriculum Adjustment Plans for those students who achieve extremely high scores in our range of academic tests. We are committed to extending the learning of our students who demonstrate high ability, just as we extend the learning of all other children. The reason we have developed the Curriculum Adjustment Plans is to make sure we recognise the capacity of some students to learn at a level that requires documentation and nurturing. In a similar fashion, the Learning Enrichment Centre provides programmes for students who require extra support with their learning. Both Mrs Currey and Mrs Willis are great advocates for your children at John Wollaston and coordinate these programmes.

Inclusive Education Coordinator
I acknowledge two excellent initiatives made by Mrs Willis this Term. Firstly, she conducted a seminar for all Year 6 students on Downs Syndrome. This was extremely well received by the students, with many excellent questions and observations. Mrs Willis is passionate about the inclusion of students with disabilities and her work in this area is admirable. The second initiative was a Parent Seminar titled 'Supporting Students with Dyslexia’. This was arranged by Mrs Willis in conjunction with the Dyslexia Speld Foundation and attended by 15 John Wollaston families. The feedback from parents was excellent; commenting on how valuable this information was and how much they appreciated the opportunity to have such a seminar in our school. Mrs Willis has arranged for this to continue with an ongoing course “Clever Kids” run by the Dyslexia Speld Foundation at John Wollaston. This saves families making the long trip to South Perth and is a wonderful initiative. Mrs Willis has a strong work ethic, a high level of expertise and is dedicated to the well-being of our students.

Games Coding Camps

Games Coding Camps – interactive school holidays technologies camps for students aged 7-17 years, held on 18, 19 and 20 April. 

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Primary Staff
I thank all our hard working staff for another busy and productive term. We have improved our pedagogy by incorporating ‘tuning in’ sessions and Focus Children in most classrooms. We have started to provide feedback via SEQTA. We have provided Kindergarten to Year 2 families with learning snapshots electronically through our iPads and the Seesaw Application. We have met with you all to update you on the progress of your children. This all takes effort and time. The commitment of our staff, teaching and non-teaching is a hallmark of our school. I hope all staff have a well-deserved holiday and a Happy Easter.

I wish a Happy Easter and safe holidays to you all. Thank you for your ongoing support for our school. We are a caring community, and this has been evident in recent times as we miss Mrs Shand. The kind messages Mrs Shand has received from all in our community have been uplifting and greatly appreciated. The Positive Popsticks Fiona has received from each class have been wonderful. Thank you.

Pre-Primary Easter Hats

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The very happy Pre-Primary students with their beautiful Easter hats after they visited the Principal's office to show her their creations.
 

Regards

Mr Wayne Revitt
Head of Primary

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Published in Newsletter Articles
Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Business Manager

  • Parent Memo                                                                 BACK       

  • School Fair Poster Competition Winner
  • School Fair - Saturday 6 May

  • Sponsorship opportunities-School Fair

  • Campus Parking

  • ELC Car Parking Update

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School Fair Poster Competition Winner

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Congratulations to Hayley from the Primary School who won the School Fair poster competition.

 

School Fair - Saturday 6 May 
The School Fair is only six weeks away and we need your support to make it a successful and memorable day.

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Any queries please email the special Fair email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Campus Parking guidelines

ELC Car Parking Update
Early Learning Centre Parking Update

 

Gailene Shore
Business Manager

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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Principal

  • A successful term for the John Wollaston community                                                              BACK   

  • End of term farewells

  • Easter Service


A successful term for the John Wollaston community
This has been a very successful term and I would like to thank you for the great support you have shown the School during these past weeks. The positive tone was set in February at the P&F Picnic and Entertainment event which saw 1000 people relaxing in the grounds on a warm summer evening. It was a terrific occasion for both longstanding and new families which we look forward to reprising in 2018.

Subsequently there has been excellent attendance at parent information seminars, parent teacher evenings, three - way conferences, swimming carnivals and other school events. Thank you, too, to the parents who have volunteered in various parts of the School, visited our new Chalk Café, attended excursions, assemblies, Harmony Day or the Year 7 Encounter at Fairbridge. Your children gain so much from your active interest in their education and the busy life of the School.

End of term farewells
This term we bid farewell to eight students who move on to other schools in WA, the Eastern States and overseas. We thank them for their contribution to John Wollaston and wish them every success in the future. We have two departing staff members: Mrs Rhiannon Muirhead (Education Assistant) is relocating to Melbourne with her family and Mr Glenn Bird (VET Careers Coordinator) is moving into industry. We acknowledge their fine service to the School and wish them well. Ms Sharon Hanson (Head of Library Services) and Mrs Sharon Jones (Art Technician) leave us temporarily to take some well deserved Long Service Leave.

Many of you would already be aware that our beloved Crosswalk Attendant Gim (Jeannie) Quandt is moving residence these holidays and is likely to be redeployed to another school site before the end of the year. Neither Jeannie nor the School know when that will be. Jeannie has been involved with the School from the early days as a parent and employee. We will miss her friendly, cheery demeanour and great care of our students. Thank you Jeannie!

Easter Service
This morning the school community gathered for our annual Easter Service, led on this occasion by The Right Revd Jeremy James tssf Assistant Bishop of Perth. Riley the donkey led the Procession of students, staff and clergy to begin the holiest celebration for Christians. Through the season of Holy Week and Easter; most particularly Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Day, we recognise that through Jesus' life, death and rising; our past, present and future are changed. Easter is the promise of new life for all.
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 Best wishes to you and your family this Easter

Anne Ford

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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Parents and Friends

  • Farewell to our fabulous cross walk attendant                                                  BACK
  • Welcome to our new committee members
  • School Fair
  • Next Meeting

Farewell to our fabulous cross walk attendant
On Tuesday 28 March the P&F hosted a farewell morning tea for our wonderful crosswalk lady Gim, held in our school’s very own delicious Chalk Cafe! Thank you to one of our parents Paula Wyeth for her organisation of the morning. Thank you to all the lovely parents who came to have a cuppa and chat. Gim kept us all in fits of giggles, as well as shedding a tear or two, as she spoke about her time at the School and her interesting life. Gim is hoping to stay till the end of the year but may leave earlier if a position becomes available nearer to her new home. So make sure you take the time to return her infectious smile and thank her for all her years of service to our school. I know my morning drive will be a little less bright after she leaves. Thank you Gim!
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Welcome to our new committee members
This year we have three brand new P&F Committee members who have taken on being part of our small but busy bunch with gusto. Thank you to Rajesh, Chris and Rebecca for your enthusiasm and energy as well as all our returning P&F members who give selflessly year after year of their time and energy to make our school special.

This year we are hoping to create P&F sub-committees so that more people can get involved in small but significant ways. You don’t have to sign up to the main committee for the year. Maybe you can label items for the Fair, help serve tea and coffee at events, help out at a disco or even suggest a great idea for a social event at the School. The possibilities are endless. Details of opportunities to become involved will be appearing soon in the eNewsletter so watch this space!

School Fair
Have you sent in your donations for the School Fair? Every child is expected to help out in some way so if you haven't heard about what you have to do now is the time to ask! The School still needs donations for raffles and prizes as well as second hand goods. So pop that bag of Freddos in the shopping basket and get the kids to clear out their rooms over the holidays and donate things they no longer use. It’s all going to benefit our kids in the long run, plus it will be a great day out for young and old with games, food trucks, various stall holders and a pet show no less.

If you know of anyone that would like to run a stall there are still some spots available so contact Gailene Shore on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Or visit the website at: http://www.jwacs.wa.edu.au/information-for-parents/events/item/639-fair-2017

I am co-ordinating with the Business Manager to help prepare everything for the Fair so if you can spare an hour or two to do small but important tasks like help label items please contact me on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can make the Fair a roaring success!

Next Meeting
The next meeting will be held in the Library at 7.00pm on Thursday 27 April. This is the very first day back for Term 2. I hope to see you there!

Have a safe and fantastic Easter break.

Sonja Reynolds
President Parents and Friends Association


P&F Committee for 2017
President: Sonja Reynolds
Vice President: Mark Del Borrello 
Treasurer: Tricia Duggin
Secretary: Fiona Caruso
General Committee:
Sharon Leitch, Susanne Price, Natalie Smart, Rajesh Paul, Rebecca Baskerville, Chris Asphar, and Derek Heatherly.

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Friday, 07 April 2017 08:00

Issue 5 Uniform Store

  • Winter Uniform Term 2                                                                  BACK                                                
  • Holiday Trading Hours

Holiday Trading Hours

Thursday  20 April  8.00am  to 11.00am
Friday  21 April  8.00am  to 11.00am
Monday  24 April  8.00am  to 12.00pm
Thursday  27 April  8.00am  to 10.00am


Normal trading hours return on Friday 28 April.

Please be reminded that students return in Winter Uniform in Term 2, 2017. A reminder for Year 8 to 12 students to wear blazers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform

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Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform - Girls and Boys
Navy/red/white stripe tracksuit (embroidered with the School Crest), red polo shirt with a striped collar and sleeve (embroidered with the School Crest), white with navy stripe school sports socks, navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots white sneakers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Wet Weather Information
Wet weather uniform for Kindergarten to Year 1 students. We request that all ELC children purchase a navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots as part of the winter school uniform. The aim is for our children to be outdoors engaging with the natural environment come rain or shine!

Years 3 to 6
Boys – Grey school shorts or trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, black knee high socks (required for shorts only), tartan tie, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan pleated skirt, short sleeved white overblouse with the School Crest, tartan tie, black knee high socks or tights, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).

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Years 7 to 12
Boys – Grey trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan skirt, short sleeved white overblouse with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), black opaque stockings, the School scarf (optional).

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Uniform Requirements

Pre Kindergarten to Year 2

 Years 3 to Year 6  Years 7 to Year 12

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Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2
Uniform Price List 

Years 3 to 6
Summer Uniform Price List

Years 3 to 6 
Winter Uniform Price List

Years 7 to 12
 Summer Uniform Price List

Years 7 to 12
Winter Uniform Price List

 

 All credit cards purchases will incur a 1% surcharge.


OpeningHours

Location

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The Uniform Store is located at the front of the School to the right of the Administration building, near the Chapel. It has wheelchair and pram friendly access. Parking is available for visitors behind the Berry Durston Indoor Sports Centre or across the road in the New Spring Church carpark in white marked bays.

Uniform Store: 9495 8129
Uniform Store Coordinator: Wendy Brinner
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