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									                               CURRAMBINE CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL, CURRAMBINE                                        VOL 15
                                                NEWSLETTER                                                              #20
                                                                                                                   1 July 2009
                                                       www.curramcath.wa.edu.au
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                                                  Tel: 08 9305 4990 Fax: 08 9305 4991


                                         “WORDS TO LIVE BY”                  …….continued
        21.       Love is strengthened by working through conflicts together.
        22.       The best thing parents can do for their children is to love each other.
        23.       Harsh words break no bones but they do break hearts.
        24.       To get out of a difficulty, one usually must go through it.
        25.       We take for granted the things that we should be giving thanks for.
        26.       Love is the only thing that can be divided without being diminished.
        27.       Happiness is enhanced by others but does not depend upon others.
        28.       You are richer today if you have laughed, given or forgiven.
        29.       For every minute you are angry with someone, you lose 60 seconds of happiness that you can never get back.
        30.       Do what you can, for who you can, with what you have, and where you are.
        31.       THE BEST GIFTS TO GIVE
                  To your friend           -      loyalty;
                  To your enemy            -      forgiveness;
                  To your boss             -      service;
                  To a child               -      a good example;
                  To your parents          -      gratitude and devotion;
                  To your mate             -      love and faithfulness;
                  To all men and women -          charity; and
                  To your God              -      your life.                                             Author Unknown


From the Principal             Dear Parents, Guardians and Friends
                               BUILDING - The tender process for the new hall and library has been completed with Loxam
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK            Developments being awarded the contract. Work has already commenced on site with the
 “Faith is like electricity,   completion date likely to be the end of March 2010.Parking will be impacted on as the top level
     You can’t see it,         of the staff parking area will be given over to the builders. Parents will need to be extra careful
But you can see the light”.
                               when delivering children to school and collecting them.
         Unknown
                               CANTEEN MANAGER - Thank you to all those people who submitted an expression of interest for
                               the position. I am pleased to announce that Mr Rebecca Noris has been appointed to the position.
 WHAT’S HAPPENING
                               STAFF ON LEAVE - I would like to wish Sonia Hart and Daniel Parker all the very best as both will
  PUPIL FREE DAYS
                               be taking long service leave for the remainder of the year. In addition, I would like to wish Garry
  Monday 20 July &             Grabski all the best for his long service leave in Term 3.
   Tuesday 21 July
 Monday 12 October             Congratulations also go to Mr Grabski who will take up the position of Foundation Year 7 Coordinator
 Thursday 17 Decem-            at Mater Dei College from the beginning of Term 4. We will farewell him appropriately at the end of
        ber
                               the year. Mr Grabski is a highly respected contributor to our school over many years and will be
              *                missed.
     Friday 3 July
                               CONGRATULATIONS - To Rachel Kuek for achieving a Gold Medal in the ICAS computer
  Term 2 Concludes -
        2.40pm                 competition. To top the state is an outstanding achievement.

         *                     Congratulations also to Year 5W for the wonderful letter I received
 Wednesday 22 July             from the Claremont Museum after their recent visit.                        Kind regards
 Term 3 Commences
                               DISCO - Thanks must go to the P&F for a well organised and
                               fun evening for all the students who attended.
    UNIFORM SHOP
       Wednesdays
                               HOLIDAYS - Hope all students, parents and staff have a well               TONY GIGLIA
      2.00 - 2.40pm            deserved break and return refreshed for another busy term.                PRINCIPAL
BIRTHDAYS - Congratulations to the following students who will be celebrating their birthdays in the following week
and over the holidays: Daniel Palmer 1G, Felicity Berenger 2G, Dominic Joyce 2G, Harry Forde 3W, James Vorster KA,
Liam Macleman PW, Nathan Rhodes 1W, Courtney Macleod 2W, Natasha Rodriguez 5W, Thomas Norman 3G, Sean
Wales 5G, Abanoub Riad 2G, Taylah Pigdon 2G, Emma Bogdanich 2W, Jessica Harper 2W, Bryce Macleod 4W, Jude
Campbell 3W, Liam Watts 3W, Holly Keane 7G, Siena Sangrigoli KA, Samuel Cope 1W, Megan Sherwen-Slater KA,
Alesha Buchanan 4W, Olivia Brereton 2W, Zoe Wheeler 1G, Joshua Cook 4W, Benjamin Hillen 2W, Cian Rodriguez 2W,
Shaun Neill 3G, Scarlett Andrijasevich KA, Jenna Goodman 1G, Megan Waters 4G.

                                              RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS

St Simon Peter Mass - Thank you to all parents and friends who came to the Mass to celebrate the feast of St Simon
Peter and Paul. Your presence and support is always valued. The children love to see their parents at these events espe-
cially when the children have a special part.

School Holidays - I hope all families have a wonderful break. It has been a busy term, with all families supporting the
school and charities in some capacity. Your help, support and donations are always appreciated. Enjoy your two weeks
holiday!

Gloria Ward
Assistant Principal Religious Education

                                          ICAS COMPETITION - GOLD MEDALLIST
Congratulations to Racheal Kuek who has topped the state in the ICAS YEAR 7 COMPUTER COMPETITION. Racheal
will received a magnificent gold medal at a special awards ceremony and we will be showing it off at assembly next term.
Great effort Racheal We are very proud of you!
Mrs Atherton - Extension Teacher

                                                  ICAS COMPETITION
A reminder for all those from Yr 3-7 who have entered the ICAS Competitions this year. The dates are as follows:
                    English Competition            Yr 3-7         4 August
                    Maths Competition              Yr 3-7         17 August
Children will sit the tests on these days. Unfortunately, competition rules means there can be no make up if students are
absent. They will be required to bring a sharpened pencil and eraser to the test.

Some children will be involved in the Recorder Ensemble on this day. Anyone involved in Recorder and Eng-
lish PLEASE NOTE: You will sit the test at 1.15pm sharp on your return to school.
Tanya Atherton
Extension Teacher


                                           PLEASE NOTE:       PERFORMING ARTS
There has been some confusion regarding days and dates for Performing Arts items for the second week of next term.
Please take note of the correct days and dates below:
            Year 3 Christian Drama:                         Tuesday 28 July (Not all children involved)
            Year 1 Liturgical Choir:                        Tuesday 28 July
            Year 4 Liturgical Choir:                        Tuesday 28 July
            Year 4/5 Boys Liturgical Reflection Group:      Thursday 30 July (Not all children involved)
            Year 3 Girls Liturgical Group:                  Thursday 30 July (Not all children involved)
            Year 6/7 Liturgical Group:                      Thursday 30 July (Not all children involved)
            Rehearsal for Liturgical Dance Groups:          Wednesday 22 July
PLEASE RETURN PERMISSION SLIPS BY THURSDAY 2 JULY.
PLEASE NOTE: The Wednesday Concert DVD’s will be replaced (due to a slight hiccup), and this will be done
next term. Apologies for any inconvenience this has caused.
Thank you
S Giannasi - Music Co-ordinator
                                                     P&F UPDATE
DISCO - Friday night’s disco was a huge success and we raised approximately $2800. A big thank you goes out to all
the volunteers who helped to make the disco such an enjoyable one for the children.
The next disco is scheduled for early November so please feel free to ring me (Nicola- 041 1024 660) or drop a note into
the P & F suggestion box at the office if you have any suggestions or comments about the disco.
We hope you have a relaxing holiday break and see you next term!
Thank you
P&F Committee


TERM THREE CALENDAR - Please check student’s school bags as the Term 3 Calendar accompanies today’s
Newsletter. There may be additions or changes in dates from time to time but you will be advised of these accordingly
either in the weekly newsletter or class notes.


                                              CCPS DODGEBALL TERM 3

                     A reminder to all students from years 4-7 the Annual CCPS Dodgeball Tournament will take
                     place next Term during 2 lunch times a week. Teams who wish to nomi-
                     nate must have their nomination forms in by this Friday end of Term
                     2. Teams must consist of 8 players, with Year 4/5’s having a minimum
                     of 2 girls and Year 6/7 having at least 3 girls (you can have more but
                     must be a minimum of 3 girls). All teams must have a name and those
                     students who would like to play but cannot find a team can put their
                     name down at the front office and they will be sorted into teams.
                     Mr Baker



               CONGRATULATIONS - To Tom Colgan who won the Level 6 State Gymnastics cham-
               pionships this year and is representing WA in the National Competition in Brisbane in
               July.




                                               Nick Corrigan’s Soccer Schools
                                                              The Greatest Game on Earth




STARTING TERM 3. 20th July for ten weeks We invite the children of your Primary School and their friends to attend
our FREE Family Soccer Day. This is a free lesson to be held Monday 20 July to Saturday 25
July after school at all the venues listed on the website. The times for the various age groups are as
follows:-

   3+4 year olds Start @ 3.30pm {thirty minutes}
   5 – 7 year olds Start @ 4.05pm {forty minutes}
   8 - 10s year olds Start @ 4.45pm {for an hour}

Hope to see you all in the first week of Term 3 .

Regards

Nick Corrigan’s Soccer Schools
9 Fairlie Grove, Kinross 6028
Ph: 08 9304 8111 Fax: 08 9304 8122 Mobile: 0409 118 228
ABN 90 993 583 150 Nick1965@bigpond.com
WWW.NCSOCCERSCHOOLS.COM.AU
CARITAS - Blueprint for a Better World Exhibition – COMING THIS JULY.

Caritas Australia, in partnership with the Australian Government’s aid agency AusAID, invites you to see our
free multimedia exhibition which highlights the development programs in Papua New Guinea, Cambodia and
Africa and gives a practical face to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
When:        2 July – 20 July 2009, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (weekdays and weekends)
Where:       The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus,
             Prindiville Hall, 25 Mouat Street, Fremantle WA 6160
It is a fantastic school holiday family activity. Catch the train to Freo, have a walk around the beautiful Uni-
versity campus, visit the exhibition and learn how you and your family can contribute to making our world a
better place for all. The exhibition is free of charge so tell your neighbours and come on down. We would
love to see you there. For more information, please contact Caritas Australia on 9422 7925.


                                               PARISH DINNER DANCE

Please pencil in Saturday, 25 July for a fantastic social event our Annual Parish Dinner Dance.
This year the Dinner Dance will help to raise funds for air-conditioning in the Church. There will
be a sumptuous catered dinner, bar, raffles and live dancing, (details to follow).
Bookings are essential because of catering purposes, No tickets will be sold on the night.
Ticket costs are $35.00 per person. The venue will be the Prendiville College Gymnasium. The
night will start at 7.30pm.
Tickets on sale after all Masses this weekend
For further information please ring the Parish Office on 9300 4885.



                                              YEAR 3 LADIES NIGHT OUT
      WHEN:        Friday 3 July
      WHERE:       Kulcha Noodle House. U1/49 Boas Avenue, Joondalup
      TIME:        7.30pm
      RSVP:        Hayley Cope 0416 226 835
                   Louise Dunn 0438 080 701




                                              YEAR 6 LADIES NIGHT OUT
                               WHERE:       Mullaloo Beach Hotel
                               WHEN:        Friday 31 July 2009
                               TIME:        7.30pm
                               RSVP:        Kylie 0438 906 662
                                            Michelle 0403 304 758



MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER - A Weekend of Discovery….a lifetime of love. A Marriage Encounter weekend can
rekindle the sparks you felt on your wedding day! A Marriage Encounter Weekend is 44 hours where married
couples can get away from jobs, children, chores and phones – and focus only on each other. If you’d like
greater depth, growth and enrichment in your relationship, you’ll love the difference a Marriage Encounter
Weekend can make. Next Weekend 16-18 October 2009 at Safety Bay. For more details call Joe & Marga-
ret 9417 8750 or email: WABookings@wwme.org.au Website - www.wwme.org.au

MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER - Almost all couples who go on MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER weekends say: "We should
have done this a long time ago ". Why? Because their whole relationship came alive on the weekend, and
they rekindled the openness and closeness they experienced when they were first married. If you’d like a
greater depth and enrichment in your relationship, you’ll love the difference a Marriage Encounter Weekend
can make. Next Weekend 16-18 October 2009 at Safety Bay. For more details call Joe & Margaret 9417 8750
or email: WABookings@wwme.org.au Website - www.wwme.org.au

								
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