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St Mary's College Newsletter Term 3, 2020 - Issue 3

School Representative Council - Primary

Ms Gabby Somma - Primary Teacher

Father's Day Breakfast

Father's day raffle -tickets on sale now!

Waste Wise School

Congratulations to our wonderful primary campus for being an accredited Waste Wise School for the second year in a row. This means we are working towards a sustainable future with lots of learning and implementing of sustainable practices such as our waste management. We are lucky enough to have received a recent grant which has allowed us to purchase a small dishwasher for our canteen. Stay tuned for a cleaner canteen, we can’t wait to see what our talented canteen staff manage to whip up!

Ms Shannon O'Connor Teacher - Primary

Youth Mass

An incredible turnout for our inaugural Youth Mass on Sunday 5.00pm saw our young people of Broome celebrate their faith through the generous sharing of their talents. Our young people undertook the various ministries throughout the Mass and joined together afterwards to get to know each other and future plan. Fr Liam Ryan, who recently was involved in saving a surfer in Perth from a shark attack, spoke during the homily, encouraging the young to be a voice in our Church. Stay tuned for details of our second Mass and activity where all are invited to join together to explore and celebrate what it means to be a young person in our Parish today.

Diana Jans - Head of Learning Area - Learning Support
Year 11 - Religious Education Retreat

On Monday the 17th of August the Year 11 cohort went to the Sisters of St John of God Heritage Centre for their Retreat day. The theme of the retreat was leadership and the image that was used for the day was of “Jesus the Good Shepherd.” The day was spent unpacking what it was like to have resilience, value our own self worth and to consider the qualities of leadership that we may have in our life. With Christ as a guide on how to lead, the students were challenged to be an authentic and true leader as they head into the last part of the year and going into next year as Year 12 students.

Year 12 - Religious Education Retreat

On Friday the 14th of August the Year 12 class had their day retreat at the Mangrove Hotel conference rooms. The day was titled “God’s Friendship”. The retreat led the students to reflect on their qualities and the qualities of people in their lives and the ways that we can recognise and celebrate real and authentic relationships with others. There was space for reflection and sharing about what friendship is and how we can build stronger relationships. Students also reflected on the stories of Jesus and how he related with others in his life. After sharing a wonderful lunch cooked by the Mangrove staff, the students discovered and reflected on the masks that they wear in their life. They created masks for themselves which represented the positive and negative masks they wear in their life. The closing mass was at the Our Lady Queen of Peace Cathedral where the masks were brought up in the offertory during the celebration of the Eucharist. The day was a great success and the students had some time to reflect during a busy and challenging year.

Mr Nik Martinskis - Head of Learning Area - Religious Education
House Athletics Carnival @ Secondary

Our Athletics House Carnival was held on Wednesday 19th August, with perfect conditions for the athletes to perform and showcase their talents. The format of the carnival was changed this year allowing all students to enter any event they wished, with no number of competitors capped for each event. The result of this saw record number of students participating and a very fun and relaxed vibe across the day. This year also saw the introduction of timing gates for recording the track events for improved and accurate times which was received very well by the athletes. Several records were broken during the day and a list of these are below. It was also great to see a huge amount of parent support on the day and the students really appreciated having their families and friends to spectate and cheer them on in their events.

Below is a list of all the Champions for each year group and the house results for the carnival Records broken on the day:

Henrietta Ningella Yr 7 Female 19.34 Javelin

Joseph Kinney Yr 7 Male 30.13 Javelin

Phillip Pigram Yr 7 Male 18.89 Discus

Phillip Pigram Yr 7 Male 01:01.3 400m

Joseph Kinney Yr 7 Male 10.24 Shot Put

Rammika Gallagher Yr 8 Female 22 Javelin

David Pigram Yr 8 Male 1.55 High Jump

Adriano Green Yr 8 Male 1.55 High Jump

Sebastian Keating Yr 9 Male 1.58 High Jump

Jobe Bedford Yr 10 Male 11.86 100m

Kyle Lawrence Yr 10 Male 1.77 High Jump

Jobe Bedford Yr 10 Male 24.86 200m

Years Champions

  • Year 7
  • Kiahan Bedford 1
  • Henrietta Ningella 2
  • Jorani Pigram 3
  • Phillip Pigram 1
  • Alex Keating 2
  • Preston Townsend 3
  • Year 8
  • Rammika Gallagher 1
  • Cindy (Jza) Wu 2
  • Kody Cox 3
  • David Pigram 1
  • Aidan McKenna 2
  • Christopher Hunter 3
  • Year 9
  • Nevada Croft 1
  • Geneva Bedford 2
  • Hershey Pineda 3
  • Judah Te Whaiti 1
  • Sebastian Keating 2
  • Marcel Wynne 3
  • Yr 10
  • Teaghan Hastie 1
  • Chelsea Goatley 2
  • Lahahni Dolby 3
  • Jobe Bedford 1
  • Kyle Lawrence 2
  • Keano Nieass 3
  • Yr 11/12
  • Rosa Hungerford-Morgan 1
  • Sophie Hall 2
  • Charlotte Davies 3
  • Daniel Ralph 1
  • Caleb Dean 2
  • Luke Hungerford-Morgan 3
Mr Steven Gregory - HOLA Physical Education
Broome Tennis Logo Design Competition

Broome Tennis Club is thrilled to announce that they are looking for a new logo design. In order to do this they are organising a Logo Design Competition. Broome Tennis Club are looking for a unique design specific to the Broome region. The winning design will become the official logo for the Broome Tennis Club and will have all art work credited to them.

The competition is open to all children from the ages of 5 to 18.

What makes a good logo?

  • Creative and distinctive
  • Simple and easy to understand
  • Conveys information about our Tennis Club (who we are)
  • Easily recognisable
  • Appeals to an audience

Contest Specifics:

  • Come up with an image - simple, creative and original - to identify our club’s image.
  • Your design must incorporate the words: Broome Tennis Club or the initials BTC.
  • Entries must be A4 in size and in Portrait format
  • Entries may be in black and white or coloured.
  • Contestants can only submit one entry.

Judging:

  • Judging will be based on originality, design quality, and visual impact
  • Entries will become the sole property of the Broome Tennis Club and will not be returned.
  • The Broome Tennis Club reserves the right to modify the design to meet graphic requirements.
  • The winning design will be chosen at the Committee meeting following the closing date and announced on our Facebook Page.

When to Submit:

  • Competition is open from Monday 31st August 2020 to Friday 30th October 2020

How to Submit:

  • Entries can be submitted via email
  • Entries can be dropped to St. Mary’s College Primary Campus Office
  • Entries need to include: your full name, age, school and a contact number

Other Terms and Conditions:

  • The logo must be original
  • The award-winning prize becomes the property of the Broome Tennis Club from the date they are received. The designer waives any copyright in their design. The Broome Tennis Club may use the design at its discretion, and reserves the right to determine which entries it displays.
  • Any person submitting a logo for the competition certifies that he/she is the designer. He/she certifies that the logo does not infringe the rights of any third party and is not in violation of any copyright.
  • The winner will be informed directly by the Broome Tennis Club.
  • By participating in the competition, participants accept all competition rules and agree to be bound by them.

The third billing of school fees will be billed Week 3 of Term 3. Please ensure the College has a current email address as these will be emailed to you.

How can you pay?

There are many options to pay school fees as listed on the fee statement – BPAY, Cash at reception, EFTPOS at reception and direct bank transfer.

Did you know we also accept payment via Direct Debit and Centrepay?

Should you wish to establish a Direct Debit payment plan or Centrepay payment plan, please contact Amy Hyett, Business Manager on 9194 9507 or amy.hyett@cewa.edu.au, or drop in and see her.

See below to access the forms directly.

Direct Debit Request Form

Centrepay Deduction Consent Form

Amy Hyett, Business Manager