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IPSHA Athletics Carnival

Date

Thursday, 17 September 2020

More details to follow.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 5 Green will present their item.

More details to follow.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 3 Green will present their item.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements.

More details to follow.

An invitation is extended to all parents and guardians to attend the next Newman Parents Consultative Committee Meeting (NPCC).

The NPCC meetings, convened by the Principal and attended by various members of the College Leadership Team, is a representative group, voice and forum to gain insight into our school improvement plan and to discuss school concerns. The NPCC serves to help advance the best interests of those within our College Community. Whilst policy is determined and set by the College Executive and supported by the Advisory Council, the NPCC is a critically important group in providing input and feedback.

Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 4 Green will present their item.

Piano students from Years 3-12 will be perform prepared pieces at the 2020 Piano Recital.

Light refreshments will be provided. This is free event, no tickets required. All welcome.

Congratulations – we are there!

As the Term draws to a close, I am in awe and inspired by the remarkable way our community has navigated these complex times. The sum of the efforts and commitment of staff, students and families have ensured a successful term. I recognise how tired we all are but also in the opportunity these school holidays will provide for all of us to reflect and reset.

Speaking at the Year 11 Leadership Day today, I reflected on the power of coming together as one Marist family; how together we are strong. This strength lies in how we individually take responsibility for our learning, faith and wellbeing. I encourage all students and their families to reflect on their goals and aspirations these holidays; moreover, reflect on what they have learnt about themselves and how they learn. Setting goals are for everyone. I encourage families to discuss each student’s Semester 1 report. It is an important piece of information that provides a window into the progress of each student. Let that discussion provide the impetus for their goals for Semester 2.

In this newsletter, we again highlight and celebrate the gifts and talents of our students. Over the last two weeks, our Years 3-6 Cross Country Carnival was held, the cast of Matilda completed their final rehearsals, exams were finalised in the Senior School and sight words were learnt in Pre Primary. This is only a snapshot of what has been achieved!

Next Term as restrictions are lifted across Western Australia, we have the opportunity to resume school as we knew it pre Covid-19. This includes the re-introduction of College assemblies, sport, cultural and other events. We are still are very mindful of the expectations that are in place for the health and safety of our students and staff. We will continue to communicate Covid-19 related information on our website as it comes to hand and encourage good hygiene practices.

Congratulations to all students for the way you have made this Term so successful. Thank you to our teachers and staff for their commitment and reliance. We look forward to the opportunities of Term 3 together as one College