HOLY ROSARY NEWSLETTER
Term 3 Week 6 - 28 August 2020
Good afternoon all,
Another fun, exciting, sunny week here at Holy Rosary. I would like to congratulate our Year 3 class, Mrs Johnson and Mr D’Aloia for their AMAZING ZOO ASSEMBLY that was performed this morning, your rapping skills were exceptional. It was also great to have some of our parents attend up in the gym and the performance and awards should appear on SeeSaw soon.
A reminder that next Tuesday is our Parent / Teacher interviews and school closes at 12pm with the first interview at 12.30pm. It is a really big day for our staff so please help them to stick to the 10 minutes. If you have something to discuss that you think requires more time, feel free to book a time on another day after school. If you have forgotten to book a time you can see Michele in the office.
Well that is all from me today, I am off to play some footy with Year 1!
Hope you all have a great weekend.
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Fathers Day Breakfast
MERIT AWARD RECIPIENTS ASSEMBLY 4 September
SCHOOL FEES REMINDER
School fees are now overdue unless you have a Payment Plan in place with the office. Thank you to all families who have finalised their accounts for the year.
If you have any queries regarding your account, please contact Laurie in the office.
Students Not Returning in 2021
Please complete and return the form below if your child/children will NOT be returning to Holy Rosary next year, as a full terms notice is required. You do not need to complete a form if your child is currently in Year Six.
Our theme for next week’s Protective Behaviours lesson is Persistence Expectation
Children will be learning about the following:
Introduce the strategy of persistence expectation
Students will persist in asking for help if they feel unsafe
Introduce the strategy of persistence
Students will understand they may not get the help they need the first time they ask
Students will develop an understanding of persistence and that they can persist in asking for help from their helping hand network adults if they feel scared or unsafe
Introduce the strategy of persistence expectation
Students will understand what persistence is
Students will recognise that network people are not always available when required or the right person for the situation that requires help
Students will understand the benefits of persistence
P & F NEWS
** 2020 ENTERTAINMENT BOOK - BUY & RENEW NOW **
Calling Wellbeing Professionals
The P&F are looking for parents in the Wellbeing industry for a special project. Nutritionists, psychologists, fitness instructors, doctors, nurses etc.
We’d love to hear from you!
Please get in contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org
There have been a few cases of Gastro at school recently, please see below for information from Health Department.
Gastroenteritis is a common and often highly infectious condition that affects your gut (the stomach and intestines). It is also known as ‘gastro’ and can cause vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach pain and nausea.
Infectious gastro can be spread very easily. You might get it from having contact with an infected person.
It’s important to stay home, away from school or childcare, until 48 hours after the last episode of vomiting or diarrhoea.
On Thursday August 20 the Year 6’s and some selected Year 5’s from Holy Rosary competed in a Winter Sports Carnival against Our Lady of Grace, Aranmore and St Kieran in football, netball and soccer at Kingsway Reserve.
The weather was fine and the competition fierce but fare across the board with all our teams having a fabulous day in their chosen sport.
I would like to thank Mr D’ Aloia, Nathan Butson, Abbey Tankard and Sue Harvey for training our soccer, football and netball teams. I would also like to thank our wonderful Year 6 teachers and staff that helped make the day a success, especially Mr Thuijs who was a magnificent football umpire.
All of your efforts made the day possible and gave our children some wonderful memories.
Next stop is our Athletics Carnival on September 18, so if you are able to help on the day I would love to hear from you.
Rob Flexman - P.E Teacher
BOOK WEEK 2020 – Curious Creatures, Wild Minds.
Nationally, Book Week has been postponed until October and at HR we are so excited that it is still happening!! Week 2, term 4 is Book Week with our Book Week Parade being held in the gym on Thursday 22nd October at 9am. Please note the change of day – this is so our kindy’s can participate and also to not further delay our class assemblies. Students are encouraged to dress as their favourite book character using items they have at home. It is a super fun day and we are really looking forward to it, so start thinking about those costume ideas!
“Every adventure requires a first step.” - Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,
Online Ordering: https://quickcliq.com.au/
Monday 31 August: K Nolan, B Luca
Wednesday 2 September: K Brain, R Cosentino
Friday 4 September: T Zeid, K Thomas
Wednesday Soup of the Day: Potato & Bacon
Leanna 0414 953 958
FOR SALE FROM THE OFFICE:
WHITE SPORTS SOCKS - SIZE 13-3 - $5.00
BLACK TIGHTS - SIZES 3-5, 6-9, 10-12 - $5.00
WEEKEND MASS TIMES
Sunday: 8am, 10am and 5:30pm
year due to COVID-19, students will be making their First Reconciliation during school time across four mornings; Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th and Friday 30th October 2020.
Students will attend the 9am parish mass and make their First Reconciliation at the conclusion of mass.
One parent or caregiver of each child is welcome to attend the 9am mass and First Reconciliation.
Have you often thought about the big questions in life? Where you’re at in regard to your career, family and life? Consider coming and discussing it with others pondering the same, through ALPHA. ALPHA is a course that allows people to explore the big questions in life and discuss it in the context of Christianity. ALPHA, hosted by some of the parents of Holy Rosary School, is starting Tuesday nights from 1st September at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish (17 Angelico St, Woodlands), from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, including dinner(!).
Looking forward to seeing you there.
More information: alpha.org.au
Jonathon Woolfrey 0477 314 016
Carli Woolfrey 0422 402 218
UFO Craft Group
Busy hands have been very creative with many rugs being completed, We have also had to seek new ways to get the finished items to those most in need. Cathy from St Vincent de Paul Migrant and Refugees came to our meeting on 26th Aug to tell us how many refugees are struggling in a new country with language, obtaining work and the daily needs of food and shelter. We were able to give her nine rugs with more in the pipeline. Seven of these which came from Carmel will warm and cheer the recipients. Another five knee rugs from Pam will be wrapped this week ready for a new home.
Another avenue we have established is Shop front which is a meeting place for the homeless.
So keep up the good work and we will find a placement for the item. We next meet on Wed 9th Sept in the Community Centre at 9.30 t0 11.30am
For the month of Sept we meet a Mavis Home 1.30-2.30pm with a cuppa to follow. See notice board for details.
Woodlands Teeball Club 2020/2021 Registrations
Registrations for the 2020/2021 Teeball Season are now open and will remain open until 25 September 2020. Registration day for new players will take place on Saturday 19 September 2020 at Warren Lake Hall, Woodlands Reserve, Teakwood Ave Woodlands between 12 noon and 2pm. Please refer to woodlandsteeball.tidyclubhq.com for more information.