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Thursday 26 September 2019
Issue 30

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

"BUSY IS GOOD"
This has been another term full of opportunity for our students. Many have been involved in cocurricular activities that enrich the College during these past 10 weeks. Our Performing Arts students, Arts students, Robotics students, Tournament of the Minds students, social justice participants and our athletes have all had wonderfully successful terms.

These many activities add value to the College and to the students involved in them. Despite being amazed at how busy our students are, I never doubt for a moment that they are too busy. There are many benefits that accrue to busy people. Busy people become more efficient, more organised, more self-disciplined and they develop talents that enhance their self-esteem and sense of wellbeing. And they develop new friendships along the way.

It takes busy students, parents and staff to make a good school. It requires that the values of the school and its families are in harmony. It requires supportive parents who pay for music lessons or shuttle students to sport, and it takes generous staff to inspire the best in students.

Sacred Heart staff are very generous in offering many co-curricular activities for students in our Four Pillars; Spiritual, Academic, Cultural and Sport. I know that our students appreciate the extra work our staff put in to ensure that each student is well known and cared for and each student is able to develop their gifts in a caring and safe environment. Students respond by striving to be the best they can be in every way. It is great a formula.
 
Our students are successful because they have parents who value education and staff who genuinely care for young people. At the conclusion of such a busy term I would like to acknowledge and thank all Sacred Heart College staff members, no matter their role, for their wonderful work in a busy term and extend my thanks to all our parents who make our village a thriving community.

FUN DAY OUT
Thank you to our wonderful Young Vinnies staff and students for running the Fun Day Out for underprivileged students last Saturday at our school. During this day, student leaders are paired with young students for the day while they play games and eat together. In the afternoon, the children are sent home with a basket of goodies to support their families.

EXAM WISHES
I wish all Year 12s success in their Mock Exams that will be held during these school holidays. Remember, it is never too late and every bit counts. Always Striving Upwards.

HOLIDAY WISHES
I would like to wish all of families a safe and restful holiday. I also remind our staff find some time to have a break from the usual routines and to recreate. We all accomplish more when we take time to rest and regather our strength. We look forward to welcoming all students back to school in summer uniform on Monday 14 October.

Peter Bothe
Principal

UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday 27 September:
• Catholic Day (school closed)
• Holidays commence
Monday 14 October:
• School returns

FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPALS

FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPAL - TEACHING AND LEARNING

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SACRED HEART LEARNER (SHL) PROFILES
The Sacred Heart Learner attributes are essential ‘soft skills’ that can be applied in all subject areas and in all educational, career and personal settings throughout a student's life. We hope to further develop these skills in students so that they may continue to flourish now, and into their futures. The SHL Profiles for Term 3 will be released later today via SEQTA.
 
I recommend this light reading on equipping students for the 2030 Workplace, when the use of technology will be even more rampant.
 
“Collaboration and co-operation need to be foremost...to be able to collaborate, co-operate and create new things, that’s still very human.”

Lucie McCrory
Deputy Principal - Teaching and Learning

FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPAL - CURRICULUM

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PARENTS OF ALL STUDENTS

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SUBJECT CHANGES FOR 2020
The College is currently in the process of producing the 2020 Timetable. A reminder that:
  • Some students may not receive their preferred subject choices due to unavoidable timetable constraints.  
  • Students and parents are welcome to submit requests for subject changes via a SEQTA message or by emailing me directly at (cicchini@sacredheart.wa.edu.au), however, it may not be possible for all requests to be accommodated.

PARENTS OF YEAR 9 STUDENTS

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2019 NAPLAN RESULTS ANALYSIS
The College is in the process of undertaking a detailed analysis of the NAPLAN results and current Year 9 students and their parents will be advised by early next term about the implications of these results on the requirement to complete Online Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (OLNA). 

PARENTS OF YEAR 11 STUDENTS

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YEAR 11 SEMESTER TWO EXAMINATIONS
Year 11 students who are currently studying ATAR courses will sit their Semester Two Examinations between Monday 11 November and Monday 25 November. The Examination Timetable and the Rules and Regulations can be found HERE.

The College requests parent assistance with the supervision of the Examinations. Examinations are typically three hours in duration, commencing at either 8.50am or 1.20pm. If parents are able to commit to supervising an examination or part thereof, the College would be most appreciative. No previous experience is necessary. Any parent able to assist is requested to contact Julie Eaton, Relief Coordinator, on 9246 8251 or eaton@sacredheart.wa.edu.au.

PARENTS OF YEAR 12 STUDENTS

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YEAR 12 SEMESTER TWO EXAMINATIONS
All Year 12 students are encouraged to use the subject syllabus and past examination papers as primary tools in preparing for their examinations. The Sacred Heart College Year 12 Semester Two Examination Timetable and Examination Rules are accessible HERE. Sacred Heart has employed WACE/ATAR Examination supervisors to provide students with a genuine rehearsal of what they will experience during the WACE Examinations. 

Information about uniform, WACE/ATAR Examinations, practical WACE/ATAR Examinations and sickness and/or misadventures was available in last week's Newsletter. 
 
Lucio Cicchini
Deputy Principal - Curriculum

FROM THE DEANS

FINAL REMINDER: TERM 4 SUMMER UNIFORMS

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All current Year 7s, 10s and those students in Years 8 and 9 who have already transitioned to the new uniform are required to wear the new Summer Uniform for the commencement of Term 4, 2019. Girls will require their new dress and/or shorts and boys will require the new grey shorts.
 
No uniform fitting appointments will be held for these students, but they are welcome to attend the Uniform Shop during normal opening hours (Mondays 11am - 4pm and Wednesdays 8am - 5pm) to purchase these and any other uniform items they require. We advise parents to take advantage of this opportunity before the holiday trading rush as it is traditionally very busy.

Parents visiting the Uniform Shop are asked to note that each day from 3.20pm - 3.45pm (and 2.50pm - 3.15pm on early finish Thursdays), traffic through Gate 2  is restricted to parents of MMC students as this is a priority pickup/drop off area for the MMC. As such, this access road is likely to be congested, with delays expected when using Gate 2 at these times.

It is not necessary for parents to be present at the fitting, as long as the student has access to cash, cheque or credit card details. You are welcome to phone with your credit card details on the day of purchase if preferred, but the Uniform Shop are unable to call you for credit card details.

Meg Moreton
Uniform Shop Manager

FROM THE ADMINISTRATION TEAM

ONLINE STORE CLOSURE: TODAY AND TOMORROW

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A reminder that the Online Store will continue to be unavailable today and tomorrow for an upgrade. This includes orders from the Uniform Shop category. Orders will not be able to be processed during this time. We apologise for any inconvenience.
 
Kylie Persak 
Finance and Administration Manager

AROUND THE COLLEGE/OTHER NEWS

YOUNG VINNIES FUN DAY OUT

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The Young Vinnies Annual Fun Day Out for 50 primary school children was held at the College on Saturday from 9.00am to 4.30pm. The children of diverse ethnicity and socio-economic groups were treated to a day of fun and activities. They came from organisations such as St Vincent De Paul Conferences, Edmund Rice Centre, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren’s Group, Koondoola Integrated Services Centre for Migrants/Refugees and Roseworth Primary School. In their short lives, some of these children have endured extreme hardship, abandonment, fleeing war torn countries and homelessness.
 
Our 50 students in Years 10-12 who acted as buddies were caring and kind to their little ones. Some commented that they now appreciate the difficulties of parenthood. Our Years 8 and 9 students attended the morning session to assist with cooking, serving food and playing games. During the day, 31 staff members also gave of their time to supervise and facilitate activities. To finance the day, the Young Vinnies Group fundraised during the year and Year 10s contributed at their Winter Sleepout.
 
During the morning session, the children played games in the McInerney Learning Centre and photos were taken of each child and buddy. After a morning tea of cupcakes, fruit, juice and chocolate milk, the children decorated photo frames made of card containing two photos taken during the day with their buddy.
 
After a BBQ lunch, the group was treated to games on the oval, a bouncy castle, face painting, board and card games and a disco. ice creams, chips and drinks were welcomed for afternoon tea. Once parents and carers arrived to collect the children, each family was presented with a large laundry basket filled with groceries and household goods which were collected during our school-wide appeal. In total, 36 baskets were distributed which would not have been possible without the generosity of our College families. Thanks are due to the McCullagh family who donated the fruit and vegetables for the day. The parents/grandparents were overwhelmed by the generosity of our College community and were grateful to have had a Saturday to themselves.
 
As the tired and very happy children and students left at the end of the day, it was heartwarming to see the interaction and friendship that had developed between the children and their buddies.
 
Thank you to the students and staff who gave of their time on a weekend to bring happiness to others. This day demonstrates the heart, compassion and generosity of the College community.
 
Below are some comments from the children who attended:
• "What a fabulous time - what can I say?! Those people almost reduce me to tears with their love, charity and exceptional generosity" - Sienna and guardian.
• "I had so much fun! The best part was the disco and thanks for the amazing food hamper." - Zoe.
• Ben fell asleep right after the day!
• "I loved my buddy, we played lots of games and I want to go again!" - Lilly.
• Phoenix rated her day a 10 out of 10 - with 10 being fantastic!
• Jasper also wants to come again next year and loved playing with his buddy, Emily.
• Paige was upset when she had to go home and said her buddy Natasha was the best!
• "From me regarding the hampers, could you pass on my sincere gratitude. I was feeling overwhelmed at the time due to the generosity and kindness shown. Everything in the hampers was useful! And a huge thank you to the family who donated 5L of Nutri Clean Washing Liquid for the laundry! I won't have to buy washing powder for a long time." - grandparent.
• "My two children were lucky enough to attend for the first time and they have not stopped talking about it. I was amazed at how respectful and well mannered all the teenagers at the College were. They really did do their best to make sure the kids had a great day. It wouldn't have been the same without your wonderful students whom you must be very proud of." - grandparent.

Some photos have been posted on our Facebook page and Instagram profile.
 
Rossana Hywood, Michelle Moreton and Gina Thornberry
 Young Vinnies Fun Day Out Coordinators

ACC 'A' DIVISION ATHLETICS CARNIVAL TEAM SUMMARY

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Last Wednesday, Sacred Heart continued its success in athletics by winning the ACC 'A' Division Carnival for the 21st time in succession. In a solid all round performance, the College won by 133 points. This was a terrific performance considering there were four top athletes out of the team due to injury. The team won four of the seven trophies on offer - Junior Boys, Overall Boys, Overall Girls, and, of course, the Overall Aggregate. The win had special significance being the final leg of the 'neuftriple' - winning the ACC 'A' Division Swimming, Cross Country and Athletics Carnivals in the same year for nine years in a row. The College has now won 29 major Carnivals in succession.
 
While every athlete contributed to the win, there were some outstanding efforts that need to be acknowledged:
 
UNDER 13
  • Sienna Maltese (Year 7 Kimberley) was a top performer, finishing 2nd in the U13 Champion Female with 49 points. A win in the hurdles and good placings in the 100m, 200m and 400m were the highlight.
  • Zahra Buckley (Year 7 Carden) and Leah Dineen (Year 7 Trinity) were outstanding in the middle distance.
  • Cindi Williams (Year 7 Kimberley) ran great races in the 200m and 400m.
  • Jake Bird (Year 7 O'Reilly) ran brilliantly to win his division one hurdles, 100m and 200m races. He placed 4th in the U13 Champion Male.
  • Byron Martin (Year 7 Hannan) ran well to win his 1500m race.
  • Cooper Howard (Year 7 Carden) jumped well to win his high jump event.
  • Brady Passera (Year 7 O'Reilly) performed well in the throws, winning good placings in shot put and discus.
  • Aaron Keating (Year 7 Barlow) was rewarded for his hard work with a 2nd in javelin and 3rd in shot put.
  • Lucas Nelson (Year 7 Trinity) threw well to gain a 3rd in the division one javelin.
  • Finn Levy (Year 7 Kimberley), Nathan Taylor (Year 7 Hannan) and Drew Macdonald (Year 7 Thu Duc) recorded good placings in the hurdles and sprints events.
UNDER 14
  • Siena Tonkin (Year 8 Kimberley) was outstanding in winning the U14 Champion Girl with 73 points. Wins in javelin (record), shot put and discus and sound efforts in the hurdles, 200m, 400m and 800m were the highlights.
  • Kylah Garlett (Year 8 Kimberley) was a strong performer, with good placings in shot put, long jump, 100m and 200m.
  • Evie McAlpine (Year 8 Kimberley) performed well in long jump (big personal best) and 100m.
  • Ella Holmes (Year 8 Kimberley) was a strong contributor in the middle distance.
  • Alex Day (Year 8 Thu Duc) won his long jump and placed 2nd in 200m, 4th in 100m and anchored the relay to a narrow victory.
  • Sebastian Sayers (Year 8 Normandy) hurdled brilliantly to win his hurdles event and was a member of the victorious relay team.
  • Toby Maxwell (Year 8 O'Reilly) finished strongly to win his 800m event.
  • Zane Zakostelsky (Year 8 Carden) recorded good 2nd places in discus and high jump.
  • Daniel Vladich (Year 8 Kimberley) ran a strong 2nd in the 200m and was also a member of the successful relay team.
  • Louis Hadfield (Year 8 Normandy) was a great contributor, with good placings in hurdles, long jump, 100m and the relay.
  • Jett Stolp (Year 8 Thu Duc) performed well in shot put and discus.
  • Julian Brennan (Year 8 Carden), Nicholas Rose (Year 8 Normandy) and Oliver Morgan (Year 8 Trinity) threw well in their shot put and javelin events respectively.
UNDER 15
  • Lara Anstiss (Year 9 Normandy) recorded a great win in the division one high jump and performed well in her hurdles event.
  • Kate Cleaver (Year 9 Kimberley) was a strong contributor, with a 2nd place in shot put and high jump, 3rd in javelin and 4th in hurdles and discus.
  • Rachael Geneste (Year 9 Barlow) ran well in the sprints and recorded a great 2nd in the 400m and long jump.
  • Claudia Dineen (Year 9 Trinity) and Tiarni Butter (Year 9 Hannan) ran terrific races in the 800m and 1500m races.
  • Cait Thomas (Year 9 Barlow) registered very good 2nd places in long jump and 400m.
  • Amy Gilbert (Year 9 Hannan) recorded an excellent win in her discus event.
  • Amalie Moe (Year 9 O'Reilly) threw well to gain a 2nd place in division one javelin.
  • Anton Vinciguerra (Year 9 Kimberley) easily won his 800m and 1500m races and then ran a very solid 4th in the division one 400m.
  • Owen Hurley (Year 9 Normandy) demolished the field to easily win his division one 800m and 1500m.
  • Alex Stewart (Year 9 Barlow) hurdled brilliantly to win his division one race.
  • Patrick McQuillen (Year 9 Hannan) and Levi Naumovski (Year 9 O'Reilly) recorded good placings in shot put.
  • Blake Penny (Year 9 Thu Duc) did a great job to finish 2nd in his hurdles race. 
UNDER 16
  • Luka Samuels (Year 10 Trinity) ran brilliantly to win the division one 100m and 200m (in fast times), place 2nd in the 400m and anchored the winning and record breaking relay team.
  • Amber Passera (Year 10 Normandy) was a strong performer, recording 2nds in long jump, 400m and was part of the record breaking relay team.
  • Ruby Cohen (Year 10 O'Reilly) sprinted well, gaining good placings in 100m and 200m and was a member of the victorious relay team.
  • Nicola Beattie (Year 10 Carden) performed well in long jump (big personal best) and hurdles and was also part of the winning relay team.
  • Shaya Garlett (Year 10 Kimberley) threw a big personal best in her javelin win.
  • Heather Burke and Khloe Cooper (Year 10 Thu Duc) were solid performers in the middle distance.
  • Sophie Freeman (Year 10 O'Reilly) recorded a good 3rd in high jump.
  • Maris Tranquille (Year 10 Carden) ran brilliantly to win the 800m, 1500 and 400m against top opposition in fast times.
  • Greg Manning (Year 10 Barlow) was a strong contributor, winning his javelin event, placing 2nd in long jump and high jump and 4th in discus.
  • Daniel Faichney (Year 10 Kimberley) won the division one long jump, placed 4th in 200m and 2nd in the relay.
  • Harry Cabalzar (Year 10 Kimberley) sprinted brilliantly to win the division one 100m and anchor the relay team for a close 2nd.
  • Kirk Cipriano and Alex Maxwell (Year 10 O'Reillyran well in the 2nd place relay team.
  • Anthony Bulich (Year 10 Normandy) placed a solid 3rd in the 200m. 
OPEN
  • Captain Isabel Daines (Year 12 Barlow) was inspirational, with a Carnival high of 90 points to win the Champion Female. She won hurdles and javelin and placed 2nd in 100m, 200m, high jump, long jump, shot put, discus and relay.
  • Cameron Barreiro (Year 11 O'Reilly) was outstanding in winning the 200m, placing 3rd in 400m and 800m and 2nd in the relay.
  • Kate Lobo (Year 12 Carden) was a strong contributor, winning discus, placing 3rd in long jump and 2nd in the relay.
  • Kristen Parrotte (Year 11 Kimberley) gained good placings in hurdles and high jump.
  • Grace Tavelli (Year 12 Thu Duc) and Emma Wooldridge (Year 9 Hannan - racing up) ran courageously in the middle distance events.
  • Nataya Naumovski (Year 11 O'Reilly) threw well in her shot put event.
  • Matthew Johnson (Year 11 Trinity) ran brilliantly to win his 400m and recorded a good 2nd in high jump.
  • Joshua Moses (Year 11 Normandy) easily won his 1500m event in fast time.
  • Captain Matthew Ryan (Year 12 O'Reilly) ran well to register good placings in 400m, 800 and 1500m.
  • Liam Di Girolami (Year 11 Carden) recorded very good 2nds in hurdles and 200m.
  • Caleb Roberts (Year 11 O'Reilly) ran well to finish 2nd in the 800m.
  • Kane Foley (Year 12 Kimberley), Jacob Matteo (Year 11 Hannan) and Carter Dowling (Year 11 Thu Duc) were solid performers in the throws.
  • Patrick Tunnis (Year 11 O'Reilly) jumped well to gain a good 3rd in division one high jump.
  • Cristian Sayers (Year 11 Normandy) was solid in hurdles and long jump.
Congratulations to our inclusive athletes Madison Heady (Year 12 Kimberley), Julian Miller (Year 10 Carden) and Saskia Morgan (Year 7 Barlow). Madison broke ACC records in shot put, javelin and 1500m and Julian broke ACC records in 100m, 400m, shot put and long jump. Both Madison and Julian have been selected in the ACC All Stars representative team.
 
I would sincerely like to thank all of our coaches for their outstanding contribution to this year’s success: Mr Luke Skerratt, Mr Declan Stack, Mr Tom Gravestock, Miss Emily Wood, Miss Monique Saunders, Miss Renee Tedesco and Mr Rob Popiel.
 
Paul Clement
Head Athletics Coach and Head of Sport

WEST AUSTRALIAN YOUNG READERS' BOOK AWARD (WAYRBA) COMPETITION WINNERS

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Congratulations to the winners of the Library's recent West Australian Young Readers' Book Award (WAYRBA) competition!

• Chiara Barker (Year 9 Hannan) - $50 book voucher
• Ashlea Bradshaw (Year 12 Kimberley) - $30 book voucher
• Josie Hicks (Year 8 Trinity) - $30 book voucher
• Sophie Favazzi (Year 7 Normandy) - box of Favourites

Every student who entered had to read at least one of the listed WAYRBA books and review it. Those students who read five or more books were eligible to win the larger $50 book voucher prize.

Thanks to all who entered. It was great to see all of you reading.

Simone Stephen
Head of Resource Centre

SENIOR CHORALE - NORTH OF PERTH FESTIVAL

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Well done to the Senior Chorale on winning the Shield at the North of Perth Festival for Best Secondary High School Choir last Thursday night. The Chorale will perform at the Winner’s Concert on Saturday 19 October where they will be presented with the Shield. Well done to the Chorale and thank you to Mrs Kate Rodriguez for her help supervising the students.
Mark Martino
Head of Music

ALUMNI NEWS CALLOUT

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Julie Cole
Registrar and Alumni Coordinator

MENTAL HEALTH WEEK PHOTO EXHIBITION

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This Term, Sacred Heart have partnered with the WA Association for Mental Health and Perth Theatre Trust to promote a student photography competition based around the theme 'mental health starts where we live, work, learn and play'. The competition attracted many great entries which will be displayed at the State Theatre Centre from Sunday 6 - Saturday 12 October. Entry is free and you are all welcome to come and admire the entries by high school students across WA.

Jessica Fitzsimmons
Psychologist

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

JACOB MCNAMARA (YEAR 11) REPRESENTS WA IN TOUCH RUGBY

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Jacob McNamara (Year 11 Thu Duc) recently returned from representing WA in Touch Rugby at the National Youth Championships in Maroochydore, Queensland. Jacob was a member of the U18 Boys team and competed against 18 other teams, mainly from NSW and QLD who live and breathe the sport. Congratulations Jacob!

P&F AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT

SUPPORT US AND SAVE 25% AT THE PERTH ROYAL SHOW!

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Be rewarded when you support Sacred Heart College P&F!

Right now, when you purchase tickets to the Perth Royal Show, you can save 25% and we receive a portion of the proceeds towards our fundraising! Don’t queue at the gate, buy and save online now.

Click HERE to purchase your tickets using the promo code: Royalshow20064.
*Fees and Charges: A HANDLING FEE from $2.20 per transaction applies. In addition, a delivery fee may apply, depending on the mode of delivery selected. Gate price is based on RRP ticket cost. Child (5-15 years).

YEAR 9 PARENT DINNER

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Thank you to all of our Year 9 parents who enjoyed a meal at Madam Queenie last week and to Parent Representatives Casey Re and Ainslie Cartwright for organising the night.

WALKING GROUP CONTINUING TERM 4

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Bring your walking shoes and join some Sacred Heart College parents in Term 4 for a walk from the south Sorrento Life Saving Club carpark (near the changing rooms) to North Beach Road every Monday and Friday morning after drop off. We will meet in the carpark between 8.40am and 8.45am and go for a coffee afterwards at Voyage Cafe. No signup fees/commitment, just a bit of exercise and fun. All welcome - see you there!
 
Liza Baskovich
Parent Engagement Coordinator

GRANDPARENT STUDENT GUARDIAN/CARERS SUPPORT GROUP MORNING TEA INVITATION

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Humanities Teacher Mr Michael Hart and his wife would like to invite grandparents who are guardians/carers of students for a morning tea on Wednesday 6 November from 9.00am - 10.30am in the Staff Room.

Mr Hart and his wife have been looking after their three grandchildren for close to 10 years and are members of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Organisation. They are very proud as their eldest grandchild will graduate from Year 12 this year!

We would love for you to get to know other grandparent guardians/carers and be able to exchange ideas and offer support to one another. If you would like to attend please RSVP by emailing baskovich@sacredheart.wa.edu.au by Monday 4 November.

Liza Baskovich
Parent Engagement Coordinator

UNIFORM SHOP

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SCHOOL TERM OPENING HOURS

• Mondays: 12.00pm - 4.00pm
• Wednesdays: 8.00am - 5.00pm

HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS

The Uniform Shop will be open at the following times during the holidays:
• Thursday 10 October: 10am-1pm and 2pm-6pm (CLOSED between 1pm and 2pm)
• Friday 11 October: 9am-1pm and 2pm-4.30pm (CLOSED between 1pm and 2pm)
• Monday 14 October: 8am-4pm
 
Normal trading hours will resume on Wednesday 16 October.

UNIFORM PRICE LIST

The Uniform Price List is available on our website. A list of discounted brown uniform items are also available.
 
Meg Moreton
Uniform Shop Manager
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LOCAL MASS TIMES

Sacred Heart Chapel, Sorrento
Fr Cyprian M Shikoti and Fr Richard Smith
• Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8.10am

Our Lady of the Mission, Craigie
Fr Cyprian M Shikokoti
• Saturday: 8.30am; 6.30pm
• Sunday: 8am; 9.30am; 11am; 5.45pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 12pm - 1pm; 5.30pm - 6pm

All Saints, Greenwood
Fr Elver Delicano
• Saturday: 9am; 6pm
• Sunday: 7.30am; 9.30am; 5.30pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 9.30am; 5.30pm
Our Lady of Grace, North Beach
Fr Richard Smith
• Saturday: 6pm
• Sunday: 7.30am; 9.30am; 5.30pm
• Reconciliation (Saturday): 5pm - 5.45pm

St Simon Peter, Ocean Reef
Fr Francis Kot and Fr Zygmunt Wloczek
• Saturday: 8.30am; 6pm
• Sunday: 8am; 10am; 5pm

Our Lady of Good Counsel, Karrinyup
Fr Bernard Lanarolle
• Sunday: 8am

COMMUNITY NOTICES

• Camping and Travelling with a Food Allergy Information Evening: Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia are holding an information session on Camping and Travelling with a Food Allergy at Perth Children's Hospital on Tuesday 22 October from 6.30pm - 8.30pm. The event is free to attend, but RSVPs are essential. Click HERE for more information on the event and venue details and HERE to book.

City of Joondalup Libraries - Chill Out Before ATAR: The Reference area at the Joondalup Library has a large collection of current ATAR revision and exam preparation resources and a large area for quiet study for students. Group study space is also available. This year, leading up to the exams, the Reference Library will be giving students the opportunity to get up close and personal with some Australian wildlife, including a koala and a 'story dog'. Take a break at lunchtime on Wednesday 23 October and Tuesday 29 October and interact with the animals. No cost or bookings required.

Academic Task Force Years 7-12 Tuition and ATAR Master Classes
• Master Mind Australia Years 7-10 and ATAR Master Classes (20% discount offered)
Centre For Faith Enrichment - Upcoming Events
• Womens Self Defence Classes at Duncraig Senior High School (gold coin donation)
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