2 November 2017
2 November 2017
Last weekend we had our school fair and as always it was full of stalls and more rides than ever before.
It was great to see our Mount Hawthorn school community enjoying the day and supporting our school. Everyone had a great time, we also need to look at the time and dedication it takes to organise such a great event.
Thank you to the the Fair Committee brilliantly led by Mrs Sonia Siamos, the P&C, teachers and students for organising class stalls, sponsors, performers who provided us with entertainment and parents for giving up time to help at the stalls and packing up.
All these people played a role and we really need to say a big thank you to everyone for making it happen. All students will enjoy the improvements made with the money raised for our school well into the future.
Loren S Year 6 Room 21
Congratulations to the winners 1st Andri Astari, 2nd Webb Family and 3rd Justin Power and thank you to everyone who purchased and sold tickets (presentation pics to follow)!
67 years on and Brownes is still making memories. In 1950 Harold Coppock visited Brownes milk processing plant in North Perth with his MHPS class. Harold remembers the free chocolate milk they sampled. On Saturday, 28 October at the Old School Community Fair, four-year-old Amber Clark was delighted with seeing Moo, the cow and of course sampling the new range of Brownes flavoured milk. Amber is enrolled to start Kindy in 2018 at MHPS.
Thank you to Brownes for bringing Moo to the Fair and for providing free flavour milk and yoghurts to this generation’s school children.
On Friday, 10 November the school will be holding the annual Remembrance Day Ceremony at 9.00am on the tiger turf.
Students who belong to service groups e.g. scouts, rangers etc are welcome to wear the uniform of their club. Traditionally the purchase of a poppy for this occasion is the school’s Term 4 fundraiser. During next week students are asked to donate a gold coin for the purchase of a poppy. The poppies will be distributed to students on Friday morning prior to the ceremony. Members of the school community are welcome to attend the short ceremony.
Pre-primary to Year 2 students have been attending swimming lessons each day at Beatty Park for the past fortnight.
This week we went to swimming.
We really liked going on the bus!
We have learnt lots of different skills like kicking, over arm and learning how to stay safe around water.
It has been fun getting wet but some of us have been a bit cold!
Harrison M Year 1 Room 14
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Tablet Program for Year 5 students will continue in 2018. We will be holding a Parent Information Session on Wednesday, 8 November commencing at 6.00pm for interested parents, and also Year 6 Room 22 will be holding an open morning session on Friday, 10 November for parents to view a lesson with students using their devices, following the Remembrance Day Ceremony.
During Term 3 all Year 4 students were tested for suitability for participation in the PEAC Program. The test consists of two sections which are verbal reasoning and mathematical and abstract reasoning. Well done to all the Year 4 students who participated in the test and congratulations to the six students who gained entrance into the program.
Natarsha T from Year 6 attended the Irish Dancing National Championships in Adelaide early this month during school holidays.Competing against 101 competitors Natarsha became a world qualifier.
Mount Hawthorn P&C’s Adults Only Event Friday, 1 December 7:30pm AT Braithwaite Hall Mount Hawthorn.
Come dress to impress or Vegas style, Play with “funny money” to win gambler of the night. Hotdogs, doughnuts and bar available.
Tickets $30 purchase online at: www.trybooking.com/SVAO
Year 5 parents, now is the time to order your child’s Year 6 Leader shirt for 2018. Orders and payment are due Friday, 17 November 2017 to guarantee your Leader Shirt is ready for day one, Term one of 2018. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you missed the information sheet, or have any other queries.
Kindy families, we are holding Special Open Shop sessions just for you! Uniforms will be available to try on and purchase, Wednesday, 22 and 29 November at 3:00pm to 4:00pm (after orientation).
All families can jump the summer shop queues, using the QKR! by MasterCard App for your next order. Orders are processed every Tuesday and delivered to class rooms, or the school front office for Kindy families, by Friday of that week.
The Uniform Shop will be closed for counter service on Tuesday, 12 December (last week of term) but will still be taking orders via email and the yellow box in the office.
The canteen are selling Zipzicles, the original zip-top ice pop for $1.00 each at recess and lunch break until sold out.
They are made from all natural ingredients and are presented in reusable and recyclable pouches, so the students could take them home to re-use if they wish. Made from commercial FDA approved materials, free from BPA, BPS and Phthalates, reusable and recyclable.
Choose from three refreshing and delicious flavours: Luscious Lemon, Strawberry Sunrise and Mango Magic.