The Vine 2020 – Issue 18

The Vine 2020 – Issue 18

Over the week, the children have been engaging in a variety of activities to support their mental, physical and emotional wellness. It has been wonderful to see the children actively participating in a range of the different activities offered, including daily fitness, led by our fantastic Year 6 leaders; daily meditation; wearing pyjamas to school; dancing up a storm with our lunchtime disco and completing some movement and breathing exercises led by guest speakers, Marion McRae and Jess Koontz. I have also been very impressed with some of the entries into our Healthy Lunchbox competition! Let’s hope the rain stays away for our Staff vs Students netball game on Friday afternoon…Go Tommy More Staff!!

The Vine 2020 – Issue 17

The Vine 2020 – Issue 17

Next Week is Wellness Week! We will be having a focus on wellness with lots of activities organised to support the mental, emotional and physical wellbeing of our staff and students.

The Vine 2020 – Issue 16

The Vine 2020 – Issue 16

It has been wonderful to see the parents’ smiling faces as they have been allowed to enter the school again. Although parents are not yet allowed to enter the classrooms during pick-up and drop-off, or help out in classrooms, it has been great to take another step closer to resuming normal times. Parent meetings that are to be face-to face, need to be by appointment only at this stage. Assemblies will recommence on
Fridays.

The Vine 2020 – Issue 15

The Vine 2020 – Issue 15

I hope you all had a wonderful Long Weekend, celebrating WA Day with your families. It is an important day to celebrate all Western Australians, recognising our Aboriginal history, early European settlers and the many from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, WA their home.

The Vine 2020 – Issue 14

The Vine 2020 – Issue 14

As always, there is a lot happening in all of our classes across the school. The Year 6 students are finalising their ‘Genius’ projects, ready to be presented, the Year 3 students are learning about the Aboriginal culture and are creating some fantastic Aboriginal boomerangs with traditional symbols on them. I listened to the Year 2s perform a song in Music, with the children either playing different instruments or singing and the Kindy students are learning about different textures in Art by completing crayon rubbings.

St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

Margaret River

30 Wallcliffe Road
Margaret River WA 6285

P.O. Box 524
Margaret River WA 6285

Phone: (08) 9757 3544
Email: admin@stmcps.wa.edu.au

St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

Margaret River

30 Wallcliffe Road
Margaret River WA 6285

P.O. Box 524
Margaret River WA 6285

Phone: (08) 9757 3544
Email: admin@stmcps.wa.edu.au

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