St Luke's Catholic Primary School


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As calendar dates can be subject to change, please always confirm events by checking our website -

24 September

  • Last day of Term 3
  • Pirate Day Dress Up Day
  • Merit Award Assembly 8.45am
  • Year 5 - AQWA Sleepover
  • Special 'Pirate' Assembly 2.20pm

27 September - 8 October - School Holidays

11 October

  • Term 4 Commences

12 October

  • BYOD Parent Information Session 6pm (Year 3 Parents)

15 October

  • Athletics Carnival


We thank you Lord, for this term.

For the challenges, the successes, and the mistakes from which we have learnt.

Be with us as we spend our time with family and friends.

Give us strength and courage to do what is right: to be witnesses of our faith.

Help us to be a practical Christian these holidays, to appreciate what others do for us, to give time and effort to help others.

To be peacemakers in our family.

Keep us safe in our activities; give us good rest and good fun.

Bring us back refreshed and ready for a new term.

We thank you for our classmates, teachers, parents

And a community that cares for us.

May we always be conscious of you in our lives.


Happy Holidays

As this is our last newsletter for this term, I wish thank everyone in our wonderful community for their support of their children, and one another. I thank you all for your precious children whom I thoroughly enjoy sharing in their learning journey. I thank our amazing teachers and supportive community for their combined efforts in helping our children grow towards God’s vision for them. I wish you all a safe and happy holiday and that you return rested and ready for Term Four which commences for staff and students on Monday 11th October. Students are expected to wear full summer uniform.

Andrew Kelly



Talk Like A Pirate Day- For Childhood Cancer Support

This Friday we will be having a dress up and 'talk like a pirate' day to raise money to support families affected by childhood cancer. If you would like to make a donation please follow the link to find our dedicated St Luke's fundraising page. Thank you to Mr Plint for driving this initiative! We will be having a special assembly at 2.20pm on Friday. We hope to see you there. Click here to donate.

What a phenomenal effort from our incredibly generous community! We have surpassed our target which means Mr Kelly will be walking the plank!!!!

Attention Year 3 Families!

In preparation for our current Year 3 students entering our Bring Your Own Device program next year, we would like parents and guardians to please attend our parent information evening.

When: Tuesday 12 October

Time: 6-7pm

Where: School Hall

Please note this is Week 1 of next term, so please mark your diaries.

Uniform Shop Update

Tudor Uniforms is ready to meet and greet all of our wonderful St Luke's families! You are welcome to go and shop in store or online from next Tuesday, 28th September 2021. They are open every day over the school holidays: Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm. If you wish to shop online the website is: where you can shop 24/7!

Please be aware that there is no change to any uniforms or stock. Tudor has taken all of our current stock to the new location. They will also replenish any stock that we require. Please see the links below to assist you in ordering uniforms online, as well as, a location map should you wish to visit the store. All these details will also be uploaded to our school website for future reference.

St Luke's Students Achieving Their Personal Best!

  • Spencer Sharpe received his J.D.C.C uniform last weekend as part of the Development Squad!
  • Mitchell Uezzell won the Best and Fairest for his Rugby Team.
  • Chiara Puca was awarded a medal and trophy for her outstanding achievements with her music exams! She was awarded a trophy for the highest mark in her practical exam and received a medal as an honour award for her theory exam (also achieving one of the top marks).

What a wonderful example of Spencer, Mitchell and Chiara all displaying the St Luke's value of personal best! We are incredibly proud of you all, well done!

The Kids' Bulletin

Click on the image above to complete activities based around this week's Gospel reading.

If you have some great news or any achievements to share in the newsletter, we would love to hear from you:

Enjoy your holiday break and please stay safe!

Maura Killalea & Sarah Williams


Year 1 Incursion - Brownes Dairy

On Thursday the 16th of September, Year One had a visit from Brownes Dairy. Farmer Damien, Teacher Betty and Amelie the cow came to teach us about cows, dairy farms, dairy production and dairy products. We all got to milk Amelie and taste test a range of yoghurts. We learnt that bubblegum ice cream is made with grapes and that marshmallow yoghurt is made with raspberries. It was yummy and healthy at the same time!

Year 1 Excursion - Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

On Friday the 17th of September, Year One went on an excursion to The Spare Parts Puppet Theatre in Fremantle. We got to play with and explore the handmade puppets in the foyer of the theatre before watching the puppet show: “The One Who Planted Trees”. We even got to ask the actors questions at the end of the show! Luckily the rain held off and we got to have lunch in the Esplanade Park. Thank you to the amazing parent helpers and the parents that came to meet us in the park. It was a wonderful day and we certainly had some very tired children on the bus back.

Georgia Mola and Kristy Graffin


Yr 4 Incursion - St John's Ambulance

The Year 4 classes were very lucky to have a visit from St John's Ambulance Service this Tuesday. They got to use bandages, stretchers and the heart monitor. Thank you to our special St Luke's dads, Blaise Rego, Michael McClue and Brad Dale for making this a great learning day.

Bruce Plint & Trish Main


AUSLAN Competition

Did you know that this week is the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) International Week of Deaf People. Here in Australia we celebrate the National Week of Deaf People from 20-26 September; Celebrating Thriving Deaf Communities. September 23rd is the International Day of Sign Language. Students have been learning about respect, as well as cultural dos and don’ts. Mrs Cragg has organised a finger spelling competition for the children to enter this week. Students need to decode the message, then place their entry in the box in the office. Winners will be announced Friday morning!

Sarah Cragg


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Assistance Required

We are looking for volunteers to hand out ribbons and stickers at the Athletics Carnival on the Friday of Week 1, Term 4. If you can help please let me know. If you have a high school student in your household who needs to complete some community service, the Athletics Carnival is a great opportunity. If you are able to help please email me on:

Rob Noseda


P is for Party Time!

Our Kindy classes enjoyed their last day of term by dressing up as something beginning with P! It was a day full of princesses, pirates, painters and eating PIZZA! Yum!
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St Luke's Feast Day Stalls

Year 4 are seeking donations of soft toys for our St Luke's Feast Day stall. Please send donations to Year 4. Thank you.

Year 2 Second Hand Book Stall

Year 2 are collecting pre-loved books for our second hand book stall held on our St Luke's Feast Day. If you have any books you would like to donate please bring them to the year 2 rooms. Thank you!


Students not returning in 2022

Student positions at St Luke's are highly sought after in the community. If you are not returning to St Luke's in 2022 please notify the office as soon as possible by emailing

Thank you


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Lost Property

The office continues to get a large amount of lost property each day.

Please make sure your child's school clothing, lunch boxes, drink bottles and containers are clearly labelled. It is very difficult to return these items to the student when it is not labelled.

  • Unlabelled Lunch boxes, containers & drink bottles are kept for 1 week then thrown out.
  • All items that come to the office with a name are returned to the student through the class teacher.


Thank you

It’s the last week of Term 3 and so with that we want to say THANK YOU to everyone for contributing to such a busy time! A massive thank you to Mariane Melo and Fiona England for all the work you have put into the Kangaroo Café these last 6 months. To all the café volunteers, we want to say thank you also. Your time of cooking up a storm and delivering orders has really been appreciated. All our families and St Luke’s staff really appreciate your hard work and dedication in serving our school community.

Athletics Carnival

Athletics Carnival P&F Cake Stall 15th October - Calling all cake, biscuit, and caramel slice makers. On the morning of the Athletics Carnival please drop off your baked (or bought) goods to the stall (set up on the oval) to be sold throughout the day. Individual cupcakes, slices, lolly bags, honey joys, jelly cups, biscuits, scones etc are just some ideas to create. Savoury food is also welcome – mini quiche, pizza scrolls, samosas or whatever else comes to mind.

All money raised from the stall goes to the P&F and it is a wonderful opportunity to hang out at the carnival while eating all those old-time favourites. Please note that our school is NUT FREE meaning all food at the stall needs to not have any nuts. It would be appreciated if home-made items could have a list attached of ingredients included.

Thank you to the Pre-Primary parents for volunteering at the stall on the day and thank you families for contributing your donations.

Family Camp

All families who are confirmed should have received a link during the week regarding the weekend away. Please get in touch with the P&F if you have not received anything.

2022 P&F Volunteers Required - New People New Life

We are currently looking for 4 volunteers to take over roles within the P & F Association for 2022. This is a fantastic opportunity for people to get involved, bring some fresh ideas to the team, and make a difference within our fantastic school. Plus, you get to meet and hang out with a great bunch of hard-working parents! As per the P&F Constitution, Kathryn Peake must step down in November as she is coming to the close of her 3 years as our P&F President. In addition to this role, we also require a Vice President and 2 x General Committee members.

If you would like further information regarding any of these roles or you are interested in taking one up, please contact Kathryn or email the P&F at

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School Disco - Friday, 22 October

Disco 22 October – Tickets will be available during the school holidays on Flexischools.

Kindy to Year 2 students will be dancing the hours away from 4:30pm-6pm.

Year 3 to 6 students will be following from 6:30pm until 8pm.

Parents are most welcome to stay throughout the disco. Thank you to our Year 3 parents for hosting this event for our school family.

Kathryn Peake


St Luke's Netball Team News

Congratulations to our year 6 girls who played in the grand final on Saturday and WON. Beating Woodvale Wings 33-21. They played so well together and dug deep to bring the premier flag home. A special thank you to Coach Linda and parents. It was great to see so many spectators cheering the girls on. Well done to everyone, great game to watch.

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St Luke's Netball - 2022 (President and Vice President)

St Luke's netball club is looking for a new President and Vice President for 2022.

Please contact Katie on 0408 663 618 for more information OR email the netball club on for more information.

Thank you

Katie Hadfield

St Luke's Netball President


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Welcome to Mass everyone and a big welcome to all new parishioners and visitors to our

Parish of St Luke, Woodvale.

If you are new to our parish, we invite you to complete the Visitors Book in the foyer.

Fr. Stephen would also love to meet you, so please introduce yourself after Mass. You are welcome to visit us at the office on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9.30am—2.30pm.

For more information about our wonderful St Luke's Parish and to read the current

Bulletin please click here.

24:7 Woodvale Youth Group

2nd and 4th Friday Nights.

7pm-9pm in the Parish Hall.

Grades 6 to 12.

For more information call Luke on 0401822932

Community News

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