St Joseph’s  

NEWSLETTER

Catholic Primary School 

“Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

RIVERWOOD  ACTIVE

COLLABORATIVE

CREATIVE

Term 1 Week 5 1 March 2017

Dear Parents and Caregivers  

This week marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. The day before Lent is known as Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday. Shrove is the past tense of the English verb "Shrive" which means to obtain absolution for one's sins by way of confession and by doing penance. With Shrove Tuesday taking place before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday, it was the day when Christians were encouraged to go to confession in preparation for the penitential season that would end 40 days and 40 nights later with Easter Sunday.

Mary MacKillop St Mary of the Cross Australia’s first Saint Born on 15 January 1842 in Melbourne Died 8 August 1909 CANONISED 17th October 2010

Dating back to 1000 AD, over the years Shrove Tuesday not only became a day for Confession but a time for Catholics to feast on eggs, sugar and dairy which are traditionally restricted during the Lenten fast. Not only was Shrove Tuesday a last chance to gorge on such foods but it was also a way to use them up before the fast began. Yesterday, with the help of our wonderful P & F, all students received a pancake as a reminder of the important Church Season of Lent that is about to begin. One of the goals for our Annual Improvement Plan is to foster the personal and spiritual growth of students, engaging them in the life and mission of the Catholic faith community, with a strong focus on Social Justice issues. I hope that as a school community we will be able to give generously to Project Compassion throughout Lent and support those who are less fortunate than us. As Pope Francis says in his Lenten message this year: I encourage all the faithful to express this spiritual renewal also by sharing in the Lenten Campaigns promoted by many Church organizations in different parts of the world, and thus to favour the culture of encounter in our one human family. Let us pray for one another so that, by sharing in the victory of Christ, we may open our doors to the weak and poor. Then we will be able to experience and share to the full the joy of Easter. All students from Year 1 - Year 6 attended Ash Wednesday Mass today at 9:00am. Kindergarten students will receive their ashes in the classroom.

 

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

28-32 Thurlow Street Riverwood NSW 2210 Phone: 9533 3341 Fax: 9584 2672 [email protected] www.stjriverwood.catholic.edu.au

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK Catholic Schools Week begins next week. During Catholic Schools Week, we take the opportunity to strengthen relationships between our school and the wider community and to recognise the many ways our school helps to build young people into strong, confident learners who want to make a difference in the world. This year, Sydney Catholic Schools have adopted the theme Inspiring Spirits and Minds to highlight the many authentic learning opportunities, gifted teachers and support staff, and holistic wellbeing approaches that make Catholic education so valued by those who choose it for their child. This links beautifully with St Joseph’s Riverwood Mission, Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds and our Vision for learning - ACTIVE, COLLABORATIVE, CREATIVE. All families are warmly invited to join us for our Open Day on Wednesday 8th March. If you know of any families who are looking to enrol their children for Kindergarten 2018 please direct them to our school website and Facebook page for details of our Open Day and enrolment procedure. PARISH CENTRE REFURBISHMENT The refurbishment process is well under way and on track to be finished within the six week time frame. We are looking forward to having a contemporary shared learning space that will provide our community with a much needed area for Before and After School Care, school incursions and parish events. CAR PICK UP LINE As you are aware, parking around our school is very difficult. To assist our families with a safe and orderly pick up process we have a car pick up line every afternoon. This year, with an increase in enrolments, we have many more families using this service. We work closely with the Georges River Council to ensure that our students are provided with a safe and well organised pick up procedure, however you must be aware that our parents do not have the right to block traffic flow in Littleton St. Car line does not commence until 3:10pm and continues until 3:30pm. I ask that you do not arrive for car line until 3:10 at the earliest. If you arrive earlier and a queue of cars starts to build up you will be booked by the parking police who frequently visit not only our school’s car line, but other similar school car lines in our area. Subsequently, you may be asked to drive around the block and re-join the car line once the children have started to be dismissed. I would like to work in cooperatively with the local residents and the council and your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.  

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” PRINCIPAL Cont’d INQUIRY AND REVIEW SURVEY As mentioned in the last newsletter, our school will undertake the Inquiry and Review Process on May 18th and May 19th. A panel of consultants will look at how successfully our school has responded to recommendations made in the 2012 Cyclic Review and put recommendations in place to assist our school in providing continued excellence in education for the future. To assist our school with the Inquiry and Review, all parents are asked to complete an online survey. The survey will close on March 10th. It would be wonderful if every family responded to the survey as it will help steer the course for our future growth and development. Please find the link below to our website and survey. https://www.tellthemfromme.com/stjriverwood  God Bless Mrs Kim McCue Principal

 

Mind Quest  Enrichment Weekends   

On Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 April the 82nd NSW Talent Enrichment Weekend MindQuest will be held for primary students from Years 1-6 at St George Girls High School.    Students will have an opportunity to participate in over 37 exciting, fast paces courses in the two day program. They include courses in chemistry, earth sciences, drama, lego robotics, art and much more. The cost of the weekend is $195    St George Girls High School is in Victoria St Kogarah and the closing date is Friday 10 March. Courses fill fast.    Brochures are available in the School Office for interested families or contact Shelagh Poray on Ph: 4232 2494.  “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK As you are aware, next week is Catholic Schools Week. We are looking forward to celebrating all the wonderful opportunities St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School has to offer. OPEN DAY Wednesday 8th March, 2017 9.00 am Liturgy and Celebration under the COLA 9.45 am Morning Tea (parents only) 10.10 am- Open Classrooms 10.50 am- Morning tea on the playground with students We look forward to celebrating with you. OPEN AFTERNOON Thursday 9th March 2.10-3.00 pm Come and visit our beautiful classrooms and see our ACTIVE, COLLABORATIVE & CREATIVE learners See all the wonderful opportunities St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School has to offer; Got Game lessons, Passive Play area, Gifted and Talented program, eLearning, Dance Group, Book Club, Choir KINDERGARTEN ENROLMENTS FOR 2018 Catholic Schools Week marks the beginning of the enrolment period for Kindergarten 2018. Enrolment packages will be available from the School Office from Monday 6 March and are also available on our website. If you know anyone who wishes to enrol their child in Kindergarten for next year, please encourage them to visit our school and pick up an enrolment package. We will begin enrolment interviews within the next couple of weeks. WEBSITE REVITALISATION As part of our launch of our new Mission and Vision statement last August, we also designed a new crest. This crest is the result of much consultation and consideration by our school community. We are very excited to ‘show off’ our new crest and have been in the process of updating our school website. Apart from adding our new crest, we have changed some photos and added a new section called ‘LATEST NEWS’ to the bottom of our homepage. The ‘Latest News’ tab provides information on upcoming events taking place at school. In the near future, we hope to have class sites, where you will be able to see what wonderful things are happening in your child’s class. “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Cont’d LIKE US ON FACEBOOK We are very excited to have our own Facebook page. This is a great opportunity to share with the wider community all the exciting things that are happening at our school. Search St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School. Don’t forget to ‘follow’ and ‘like’ us to keep up to date. CHESS If there are any parent/grandparents who might be interested in teaching chess to students at lunch time next term, could you please email [email protected] It would be wonderful if we could offer this to students interested in playing chess as a lunchtime club.  

CONGRATULATIONS - MARGARET OSZYWA Congratulations to Margaret in 5M. Margaret's Cheeky Rooster portrait are on display at NSW Gallery in the members lounge where they will be displayed for the next two months. What a wonderful achievement!

CELEBRATING CHILDREN’S OUT OF SCHOOL SUCCESS At St Joseph’s Riverwood, we love to hear about and celebrate your children’s success outside of school. This might be in music, dance, sport or another activity. So please forward to us a photo and brief description describing your child’s achievements by email to [email protected] and we will publish it in the newsletter.

ATTENDANCE REMINDER Has your child been away from school the last fortnight? Please remember to send in a note on the first day your child is back at school

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Cont’d

SLEEP This year we have seen a marked increase in the number of students who seem quite exhausted when they return to school after the weekend as well as being tired throughout the week. Children need at least 10 hours sleep a night so that they can concentrate and sustain the energy levels needed during a school day. We understand that people’s lives are very busy but we ask that you look objectively at your children’s before and after school schedules as well as weekend activities and think about whether your children have enough “down time” so that they can relax and restore their energy levels. I have a attached a few links to some very helpful websites that give information about the amount of sleep that children need and how to help them unwind so that they can enjoy a restful night.  Kids matter - sleep - screen time

(http//:www.kidsmatter.com.au/families/enewsletter/screen-time-and-sleep)  Sleep (http//:www.sleepeducation.net.au/sleep)  Importance of sleep

(https//:www.lifeeducation.org.au/parents/item/638-the-importance-of-sleep-for-your-child-s-health)

CANTEEN - LENTEN MENU Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. No meat products will be sold in the canteen on Fridays during Lent (each Friday for the remainder of Term 1). A Lenten Canteen Menu was emailed to parents and distributed via the Skoolbag app.

Quote of the Week:- Gratitude       

Have a wonderful fortnight

Hayley Meadley Assistant Principal

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR Welcome to the new liturgical season in the Church’s year - LENT.   

Lent begins today on Ash Wednesday. I hope many of our families were able to join us for Mass this morning, when the whole community was able to receive ashes. Mass was attended by Years 1 to 6 and the Kindergarten teachers would have explained the meaning of the ashes and placed them on the children’s foreheads in the classroom today.   

All the children from Kindergarten to Year 6 learn about the different liturgical seasons in the Church’s year. The season of Lent is covered in the To Know Worship and Love texts from Years 1 to 6.   

Lent lasts for forty days from the first Sunday of Lent through to Holy Thursday. For forty days we are encouraged to become more aware of the needs of people around us. We should try to do good deeds for others to make their lives easier.   

In the tradition of the Church, Lent is a time when we are called to reflect on how we live and act. To help us with this inward focus, we are called to turn away from some of the things we take for granted. Traditionally this has included fasting from meat, sugar, eggs and other foods that we enjoy.   

Christians also gave what was called alms - giving money to the poor. As a community we do this during Lent through Caritas Australia and the Project Compassion appeal. “Caritas” is the Latin word meaning “charity” or “love”.   

We pray for ourselves and others during Lent, speaking and listening to God in our own words, praying the prayers of the Church community and going to Mass. The lessons for Lent are simple and can be followed by all of us:   

Pray

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Fast - eat less or give up things we like

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“Almsgiving” - give money, food or clothing to the poor, and/or help others

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Try to be more like Jesus. “The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)

 

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” RELIGIOUS EDUCATION COORDINATOR  

The theme for Project Compassion this year is “Love your neighbour”.    Our Mini Vinnies team is taking on the responsibility of   promoting Project Compassion in each classroom. Our teachers and the Mini Vinnies team will share inspiring stories from the Philippines, Timor-Leste, Australia, Vietnam and Fiji, highlighting the importance of working hand in hand with communities around the world, and working towards fulfilling our mission to follow in the footsteps of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop to “Never see a need without doing something about it”.      First Friday Mass March 3, when we will remember a beloved ex-teacher Maria Kocsis.    Mrs Maria Kocsis is a beloved ex-teacher of St Joseph’s who was called to eternal life in December 2016. Many of our parent community would have been taught by Mrs Kocsis as she was with us from early in the 1970’s until the early 1990’s. Mrs Kocsis will be remembered as a gracious, glamorous lady and an excellent Infant’s teacher. Throughout her time at St Joseph’s she was famously in charge of assisting the Tooth Fairy, as there were many loose teeth in Year 1!    Mrs Kocsis’s family and friends will join us at First Friday Mass this week. Following Mass there will be a memorial service in the Church followed by a gathering at Club Rivers from 1:30pm3:30pm.    Everyone is warmly invited to join us for First Friday Mass this week. We look forward to having many parents, caregivers, relatives and friends attend.   

Peace and best wishes Robyn Green      

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” COMING TOGETHER

DIARY DATES Thursday 2 March

Whole School Mass 03.03.17

- Open Day @ St Ursula’s College Kingsgrove 3.30pm-6.00pm

First Friday Mass (12pm) Mon 6 - Fri 10 March - Catholic Schools Week Wednesday 8 March - Open Day @ St Joseph’s 9.00am-11.30am

Prayer Assembly Week 5

5 Penola

Week 6

Catholic Schools Week

- Open Day @ Marist College Penshurst 3-7pm - Open Day @ Marist College Kogarah 3-6pm

Wednesday Mass (9am) 01.03.17

Ash Wednesday

08.03.17

Year 6

15.03.17

Year 2

Wednesday Penance 01.03.17

6 MacKillop

08.03.17

5 MacKillop

15.03.17

5 Penola

Thursday 9 March

- Open Afternoon @ St Joseph’s 2.10pm-3.00pm

Friday 10 March

- Open Day @ St Mary’s Cathedral 9.00-12.30pm

Friday 17 March

- St Joseph’s Day Celebrations

Sunday 19 March

- St Joseph’s Day Picnic @ Oatley Park 12.00pm - 3.00pm

Tuesday 21 March

- P & F Meeting

Friday 31 March

- School Photos

Friday 7 April

- Last Day of Term 1

Friday 14 April

- GOOD FRIDAY

Sunday 16 April

- EASTER SUNDAY

Monday 24 April

- Staff Development Day (Pupil Free Day)

Tuesday 25 April

- Anzac Day

Wednesday 26 April - Term 2 Begins

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

SPBL

   

“School Wide Positive Behaviour for Learning at St Joseph’s”   

SPBL is a whole school program which focuses on the expectations of: Be Safe Be Respectful Be Responsible At St Joseph’s students are rewarded for meeting the expectations through the token system. They receive tokens on the playground for meeting the school expectations. In the program so far we have focussed on behaviour when moving safely around the school, gathering respectfully under the COLA and lining up sensibly to purchase food from the canteen. Students earn points for their colour house when they receive a token. When students do not meet the school expectations, teachers work with them to help them learn and develop the skills needed to demonstrate more positive behaviour. The students' behaviour is recorded and collected as data to inform the SPBL team of the needs of the school. Perhaps you could talk to your children about this system and encourage them to focus on positive behaviour at St Joseph’s. Some examples of what is taught and expected of the students include Being respectful - quiet on walkways and stairs, walking on the left, standing aside for adults Being responsible - leave entry areas clear, return to class promptly Being safe - walk facing forward, one stair at a time Mrs Elaine Thompson

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” FROM THE SPORTS COORDINATOR In Sporting News: On Wednesday 15 February, Marcus Buckley, James Keeling and Finlay Whitten participated in the Sydney Archdiocesan AFL Selection Trial. Although they did their best they unfortunately did not make the team. The Cross Country Trials were held on Monday 20 February. I would like to thank all of the parents who volunteered to help walk the students to and from the school as well as helping out down at the park. The day just wouldn’t be the same without your support. A big thank you to all of the staff who helped out on the day it ran quite smoothly with your assistance. The students ran well and all of the students who tried out are to be congratulated for their efforts and their behaviour. Division 

1st Place 

2nd Place 

3rd Place 

12 Years Boys 

Antonio Caruana 

Oliver Farr 

Dimitri Antonio 

11 Years Boys 

Trevor Barton 

Kane McCarren 

Finlay Whitten 

11 Years Girls 

Patricia Papagianopoulos 

India Faber 

Margaret Oszywa 

10 Years Boys 

Austin McDean 

Adrian Kafetzis 

Evan Zafiropoulos 

10 Years Girls 

Tiana Petkovski 

Kira Bourke 

Lucy Finn 

9 Years Boys 

Jovan Leger 

Lucas Kontrafouris 

Ben Ridley 

9 Years Girls 

Isabelle Keeling 

Anika Whitten 

Renee Govesis 

8 Years Boys 

Xavier Farr 

Brodie Santos 

Nicholas Marta 

8 Years Girls 

Juliet Apostolou 

Emily Zafiropoulos 

Bronte Faber 

 

The following students represented the school at the Regional Swimming Carnival. We are proud of all the students as they gave it their all. Antonio Caruana, Bronte Faber, India Faber, Lucy Finn, Stephanie Korkotidis, Jovan Leger, Kane McCarren, Austin McDean, Claudia Nguyen, Patricia Papagianopoulos, Thomas Sarafoski, Lincoln See, Amelia Simone, Elena Sorras, Lara Tolic, Nicholas Veldekis, Anika Whitten, Finlay Whitten, David Zhao.

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds” A special congratulations to the following students who have made it through to the next level for the following events: Kane McCarren  11 Year Olds 50 Metre Freestyle  11 Year Olds 50 Metre Backstroke

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11 Year Olds 50 Metre Breaststroke 11 Year Olds 50 Metre Butterfly

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12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Breaststroke 12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Butterfly 11-13 Year Olds 200 Metre IM

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12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Butterfly 11-13 Year Olds 200 Metre IM

Elena Sorras 9 Year Olds 50 Metre Freestyle

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Lara Tolic  100 Meter Freestyle  12 Year Olds 50 Metre Freestyle  12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Backstroke Nicholas Veldekis  12 Year Olds 50 Metre Freestyle  12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Backstroke  12-13 Year Olds 50 Metre Breaststroke David Zhao 8-10 Year Olds 50 Metre Breaststroke

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Senior Boys 200 Metre Freestyle Relay Team: Kane McCarren, Antonio Caruana, Finlay Whitten and Nicholas Veldekis. These are fabulous results. Well Done!                            

It's not whether you get knocked down; it's whether you get up.

— Vince Lombardi

Have a great fortnight Nicole Cripps

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School “Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

/ y r a u Febr h Marc ys a d h Birt

Happy Birthday to the following children who will have a Birthday between 27 February and 12 March 2017

Jeriah Leger

Antonio Saliba

Logan Hill

Luke Trajkovski

Matthew Gayed

Stella Araujo

Mikayla De Leon

Natasha Santos

Lucas Naumcevski

Julianna Kupresak

Aleksandar Ninovic

Aiden Whale\

Oscar Rapata

Matthew Bui

Simonet Di Stefano

Hailee English

Anastasia Lee

2nd Hand Uniforms The 2nd Hand Uniform shop will be open fortnightly during the year on Friday mornings before assembly. Items range from $3.00. Term 1 days will be:Friday 3 March, Friday 17 March, and Friday 31 March. If you are unable to attend on these days you can leave a request with the School Office and we will endeavour to help you. All donations will be kindly accepted.

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name” (Lk 1:49)  

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

 

“Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

MERIT CERTIFICATES   Congratulations to the following students who received Merit Certificates at our assemblies on Friday 17th & Friday 24th February:-

Kindergarten

Maribelle Bashir, Luca Briskoski, Jack Davies, Milla Freedman, Angelina Georgievski, Daniel Gianetto, Jayden McMillan, Ava Panagakis, Sophia Papadopoulos, Oscar Rapata, Layla Sarem, Jada Zahri

Year 1

Ayden Agha, Leon Azzi, Zoe Dagher, Vivienne Kellehear, Ethan Wards Smart, Monica Tarabo, Kristina Thomas & Justin Wilkinson

Year 2

Riley Abel, Morris Barton, Milana Di Stefano, Emma Ene, Lucas Fonseca, Daniel Suteski, Lachlan Vincetic & Emily Zafiropoulos

Year 3

Rachel Alexander, Nathan Azzi, Kane Fullerton, Timothy Rosales, Andrew Rustom, Liani Vasiliou & Harrison West

Year 4

Kira Bourke, Jerome Estephan, Mikala Ferguson, Joshua Lane Chicharo, Austin McDean, Kate Milic, Alexia Thomas & Aiden Whale

Year 5

Cooper Abel, Marcus Buckley, Simonet Di Stefano, Youstina Gerges, Kane McCarren, Leanna Marta, Sebastian Sacchinelli & Patricia Papagianopoulos

Year 6

Harrison Cragg, Peter Govesis, Cecilia Hoang, Harry Kontrafouris, Stephanie Korkotidis, Nicholas Oendy, Michelle Petkovski & Luke Trajkovski

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School

 

“Inspiring Hearts, Opening Minds”

P & F News  

Dear Parents and Caregivers Thank you to all the parents and carers who attended the first P&F Meeting for 2017. A special thank you to all those who have volunteered to be Year Co ordinators for 2017. We couldn’t do it without you!

Copies of the St Joseph Cookbook “Cook, Pray, Eat” are now available for $25, please contact Rebecca Abel on 0414580312 or Yvette Kellehear on 0404856905. Gelato Day is on Friday 17th March. If you are available to help serve the kids gelato from 11:30am onwards, please call Yvette on 0404856905.

Dates for the Calendar: Kindergarten Mum’s Night Out – 17th March at Club Rivers St Joseph’s Day – Gelato Day – 17th March Footy Shirt Friday – 24th March

The next P&F Meeting will be at 7:00pm on Tuesday 21 March in the Library. Hope to see you all there.

Steve McMahon

Mobile: 0419 770 355

P & F President

Email: [email protected]

“The Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is His Name”  

(Lk 1:49)

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