The students and staff are stars. This week we have been very fortunate to have Dan Paris from Paris Photography spend two days capturing thousands of moments that reflect our wonderful school and its charism. I am very excited and looking forward to sharing the finished product with you. Dan’s comments on his time here were: “I’ve never met a group of kids that are more comfortable in front of the camera. You can tell they are really happy to be in school which is a reflection of their teachers and Principal.”
Firstly, a warm welcome to all of our parents that are permitted back on site. It’s great to see families walking into school together. The children have extra smiles on their faces as they walk with their parent’s hand in hand around the school grounds, particularly the younger students. It’s also great to hear from parents that some of their children have developed further independence and enjoying it immensely. Thank you for following Phase 3 School guidelines.
Hooray for Fun Friday – Our Year Six class has chosen PJ Day as the theme. I personally can’t wait; however, there are a few stipulations which the children are already aware of. PJs chosen should be appropriate attire for school. Students need to ensure that they wear suitable footwear for outside play.
Yesterday we held the National Simultaneous Storytime based on the book “Chicken Divas”. The school was fortunate enough to have two stars from the book, Britney and Whitney join them in the LPAC. What outstanding performers they were. Such glitter and glamour. Impeccable voices. Most definitely contenders for Australia’s Got Talent I’m sure. Please visit the school’s Facebook page to view some snapshots.
Knowledge. Experience. Energy.
On behalf of the Loreto network I welcome Mrs Rika Andres to the position of Principal of Loreto Primary School Nedlands commencing at the beginning of Term 2.