Attention Parents of Year 6's - Preparing your child for high
Entering high school can be just as daunting for parents as it is for a child. It is a huge time of change, and coupled with the fact that starting secondary school often coincides with the onset of puberty, it can be quite a roller-coaster ride!
Move Up Morning
On Monday 4th December students from Pre-Primary to Year 5 will participate in a Move Up Morning where they will spend the morning session in their 2018 classroom with their 2018 teacher and classmates.
Free Dress Day- Hamper Appeal
We will be having a free dress day on Friday 1st December to help make up Christmas Food Hampers for our Parish and the St Vincent De Paul Society.
Junior Councillor Nominations 2018
It is the time of the year when students in Yr 5 nominate for and vote on student leadership positions for the next school year. One of these positions is that of JUNIOR COUNCILLOR which involves students attending meetings each month (March to November – usually the last Thursday of each month 10.00am-12.30pm) at Rockingham City Council during school time.
Are you Returning in 2018
If your child is NOT returning next year please fill out this form. This information is needed in order to organise classes for 2018
Parenting Ideas insights
Father to Father
As a father and father-in-law to three young dads, it’s great to see each of them embracing the life-changing nature of fatherhood and becoming fully involved in their children’s lives.
Federal Education Funding Reform Policy
Following the announcement of the Federal education funding reform policy late last night, I am writing to all families in Catholic schools across Western Australia to provide my assurance that Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) will maintain a laser focus on affordability, to ensure accessibility for every family seeking a Catholic education
Pedestrian Safety at Intersections
Pedestrians and motorists regularly interact on the roads. Uncertainty in their responsibilities as road users can have significant consequences.
This brochure provides a guide to pedestrians and motorists to help better understand laws at intersections and their obligations as road users.
2017 Student Residential Address Collection
This notice is from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training (the department), to advise you that the department has requested your child's school provide a statement of addresses, in accordance with section 21 of the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (the Regulation).
Masses and Sacramental Meetings for 2017
Date of form 8/02/2017
Please note dates may change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Sport Events for 2017
Please note the following dates may change due to unforseen circumstances.
Stationery Lists for 2017
In a few quick clicks your back to school supplies can be sorted well before the new school year begins. But don’t wait until 2017 and get left behind. Ordering is fast, secure and convenient, just visit officemaxschools.com.au, https://www.officemaxschools.com.au/WA/Port-Kennedy/St-Bernadettes-Catholic-Primary-School
Instruments for Primary School
"Kolbe Catholic College is now accepting enrolments for instrumental and vocal tuition in 2017. We are expanding our program to include vocal tuition for the first time. Please also see the attached flyer for the range of brass and woodwind instruments available. Direct debit monthly payments are now available so tuition has never been as affordable!
Enrolment forms and information can be picked up from your school office - limited places available so get in quickly. Existing students who wish to continue tuition should also complete a new form."
Letter to Parents regarding Reports
As a system we are now moving towards reporting against the Western Australian Curriculum for English, Mathematics, Science and History. This will be expanded over time to include other subjects as they are released.
St Bernadette’s Nature Playground
As you are aware the school is in the process of developing an area of the school into a Nature Playground. This area will be accessible to all students and will have many elements that children can explore and engage with.