Walk Safely to School Day
National Walk Safely to School Day (WSTSD) is on Friday 17 May 2019. Now in its 20th Year, the annual campaign and community event encourages all primary school children, their parents and carers to walk and commute regularly and safely to school.
Urgent and Important Message Regarding Student Crossing on Corfield Street and Southern River Rd
Dear Parents and Guardians
St Munchins School has applied for Two Children’s Crossing Wardens to help students and adults to cross the street safely.
We have applied for one on Corfield St just after the Caltex Service Station and one on Southern River Rd towards Dorothy Street.
We have been notified that our applications have been received.
The Main Roads committee will be monitoring how many people cross over in these two spots and the flow of traffic.
They have asked me to encourage people who live in the areas to ensure they use the crossings to show that it is necessary for safety purposes.
Thanking you in anticipation
'The calling of a Catholic school today is to be prophetic and to keep before students the values of Jesus in the contemporary world' (Mandate 33). Catholic Shools impact the broader society by fostering a Catholic worldview. They form young people who are committed 'to the love, compassion and justice of the Gospel of Jesus Christ' (Mandate 6).
Parenting Ideas - Insights
Different Articles by Michael Grose
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Helping kids feel good by doing good
The messages all boys need to hear
Balancing extra-curricular activities for flourishing kids
Daily lessons in resilience
Preventing childhood bullying
4 Steps tp help KIDS cope with BIG FEELINGS about failure
A Letter from the Prime Minister
Keeping our children safe is a shared responsibility. Schools, governments at all levels, the Australian community and, first and foremost, parents take this obligation seriously.
Family Law Forum: Family Court
A free information session for parent, grandparents, step-parents, guardians and caregivers who would like to learn more about Family Law in WA.
Term 1 Calendar
Urgent Canteen News
The canteen urgently needs volunteer helpers mainly on Fridays as this is the busiest canteen day.
Anyone connected to the School or Parish is welcome to assist - Grandparents, aunties, uncles, friends etc.
ACARA Item Trial
Your child’s school has been selected by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) to participate in this year’s ACARA Item Trial. The trial is being held in approximately 440 schools across Australia between Monday 30 July and Friday 17 August 2018.
Message from the Principal
It has been brought to my attention that a number of class Facebook pages have been opened under the School name.
CECWA STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 2019-2021:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION
We are at an exciting time in Catholic education in Western Australia, where we are fortunate to be involved in determining the future direction of our system – 162 Catholic schools across WA, coming together to establish our united vision.
National Innovation and Science Agenda project –
ACARA evaluation Privacy notice
This notice is to advise you that personal information about your child will be collected by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) as part of ACARA’s evaluation of a project funded under the Australian Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA).