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Emmanuel Catholic College
e-newsletter
27 March 2015
Term One, Week Eight
Dear Parents, Students and College Community,
Earlier this week, Wednesday 25 March, we honoured Emmanuel Day. It was a
fantastic occasion where the students and staff began the day with the celebration
of Mass. We were privileged to be joined by members of the Mater Christi parish
and parents for Mass. I am particularly grateful to Fr Bryan Rosling, Parish Priest
of Mater Christi Parish, who celebrated Mass for us. During Fr Bryan’s homily he
reminded us of the significance of our College name and its connection to our
faith.
The day was full of fun and we were blessed to have beautiful weather to celebrate
our College Feast Day. I thank Deputy Principal – Mr Joe Cordina, our House
Coordinators – Mrs Deanna Catalano, Mr Phil Oddie, Mr Kieran Gherardi, Miss
Sarah Payne, Miss Amy Morris, Mrs Kate Winfield, Campus Ministers – Mrs Marie
French & Miss Miranda Dempsey and our Student Leadership Team for their hard
IMPORTANT DATES
 1 April— Interim Reports
Distributed
 2 April—Holy Thursday—Cross
Country Carnival and Last Day of
Term 1.
 Monday 20 April—First Day of
Term 2
 Wednesday 22 April—Whole
School Assembly—Anzac Service
 Monday 27 April—Anzac Day
Public Holiday
work and organisation to ensure that we all enjoyed Emmanuel Day for 2015.
Interim Reports will be distributed to students in the last week of Term One on Wednesday 1 April. Whilst
students will receive their Interim Reports to take home, parents will be
able to access them electronically on SEQTA. With the Reports will be
information regarding the Parent Teacher Conference which is scheduled for Wednesday 29 April in Term 2. The Conference is a great opportunity for parents to meet the teachers to discuss the student’s academic progress.
Today we welcomed Hammond Park Catholic Primary School (HPCPS)
as they participated in their annual Sports Day. It was fantastic to see
the HPCPS students enjoy their day in front of so many parents,
grand-parents and friends. My thanks to our staff and students who assisted in making HPCPS Sports Day a
great success. The weather for the HPCPS Sports day was perfect and I hope that this is the case for our
College Cross Country event next Thursday.
God Bless,
Mr Leo Di Gregorio
Principal
FROM THE DEPUTY PRINCIPALS
NAPLAN Year 7 and 9
NAPLAN testing begins on Tuesday 12 May (Term 2, Week 4) and will involve students in Years 7 and 9 at the
College.
Requirements for Year 9
All Year 9 students were spoken to during Week 7 to discuss the new requirements for gaining a WACE and
achieving Secondary Graduation. The Year 9 NAPLAN tests take on greater significance for Western Australian
students and this article is designed to highlight the importance of the testing, why Year 9 students need to take
these tests seriously and what the College and parents can do to help students gain success in the tests.
From 2016 onwards one of the requirements for gaining a WACE and achieving Secondary Graduation in Year 12
is to demonstrate a minimum standard of Literacy and Numeracy. The minimum standard has been defined as
achieving Band 8 or 9 in each student’s individual Year 9 NAPLAN tests. Students who achieved the bands in
these tests will be considered as having achieved the minimum standard. Students who do not gain Band 8 or
above will be required to sit the Online Literacy and Numeracy tests (OLNA) commencing in 2016.
Those students required to sit the OLNA test will have two opportunities to meet the standards in March and
September in 2016. Consequently, if students do not meet the standards they will continue to sit the OLNA test of
each proceeding Year until they achieve the standard. Students who do not achieve the minimum standard by the
end of Year 12 will not gain a WACE meaning they do not meet the requirements for Secondary Graduation.
The College will be providing learning opportunities, practice, support and assistance to students over the coming
weeks during Term Two in preparation for the NAPLAN testing.
Parents may find more information at http://www.nap.edu.au/naplan/parent-carer-support/parent-carersupport.html and sample tests at http://www.nap.edu.au/naplan/the-tests/the-tests.html
Should you have any queries concerning any of the above please feel free to contact me at the College.
Mr Vince Bellini
Deputy Principal (Year’s 7, 9, 11)
Term One Interim Reports
Students will receive their Term One Interim Reports as a hard copy on Wednesday afternoon next week. The
Interim Reports will display indications of how the students are performing with their “work attitude and habits”, as
well as how they are coping with the academic content of their subjects/courses.
Please note that some teachers will have requested interviews with parents/guardians on the Term One Interim
report. These interview will take place on our Parent/Student/Teacher conference day on Wednesday, 29 April.
Further information about how to book interviews with teachers using the school’s PTO (Parent Teacher Online)
system will come out to families shortly.
Mr Neil Alweyn
Deputy Principal (Year’s 8,10,12)
Emmanuel Day Celebrations
Today we celebrated the Feast of the Annunciation as the school’s
commemoration of Emmanuel Day. It began with a lovely mass
celebrated by Fr Bryan. The students read beautifully and the band
and choir made the occasion special.
We would like to thank Fr Bryan and all members of the Emmanuel
community for making the mass a wonderful celebration.
The rest of the day continued with drama, sports and a great sense of
community as you can see in the images below.
Miss Miranda Dempsey
Head of RE and Campus Minister
ACC D DIVISION SWIMMING CARNIVAL
Last week on Friday 20 March Emmanuel’s ACC Swim team competed in the ACC “D” Division Swimming Carnival
at HBF Stadium. All our swimmers put in a fantastic effort and competed at a very high level. Overall, Emmanuel
finished in 5th position, with a total of 869 points.
A special thank you to Miss Kerry Reynolds, who was the ECC Swim Coach for the squad this Year. Miss Reynolds
displayed a high level of enthusiasm towards all the training sessions, which all our students responded to as they
worked tirelessly in the pool. Nearly half of our athletes swam a better time on Friday than they did in the ECC
Carnival three weeks ago. This mass improvement reveals the importance of swimming training and how beneficial
Miss Reynolds was as our swim coach. I would also like to thank Mr Phillip Oddie and Mr Alex Conway for driving
the bus and assisting with the early morning swim training sessions.
There was a strong emphasis on performing as a team, and gaining points for the College on the day. However,
there were some exceptional individual performances throughout the carnival. The following students excelled on
the day in their respective age groups.
Kevin Kalember (12) - Open Boys Champion
and ECC Swim Captain
Dustin Atmadjaja (7) - U13 Boys Champion
Alyse Tarbotton (10) - U16 Girls 2nd Place
Renee Khan (11) - U17 Girls 3rd Place
Connor Bull (8) - U14 Boys 3rd Place
Jessica Chandler - (12) Open Girls 4th place
and ECC Swim Captain
Jacob Fitzgerald - (9) U16 Boys 4th place
All results can be viewed at the following website
and I want to congratulate all of our competitors.
Well done!
http://www.accsport.asn.au/carnivals/swimming/
results/2015
Mr Jarrod Parry
Acting Coordinator of Sport
ACC Swimming Carnival
Our Year 7 spectators had a wonderful
day supporting our ACC Swimming
team last week at the interschool
carnival.
The team appreciated their loud
support and cheers which spurred
them on in their events.
We look forward to making this an annual tradition for our Year 7’s.
Mr Troy Foote
Head of Year 7
Senior Super 8’s Cricket Carnival
On Tuesday of last week, Year 10 to 12 students
competed in the Super 8’s Cricket Carnival at Harold Rossiter Park.
We nominated two senior boys and two senior
girls teams to compete in their respective
competitions. All the students were excited to play
the nine other schools, hit runs and take wickets.
It was also a good chance for students to take a
break from their studies for a day and refresh their
minds.
The boys competition was fierce and the
Emmanuel (B) boys did very well finishing 6th
overall in a twelve team pool. Our Emmanuel (A)
Girls team put on a dominant display in the girls
competition going through undefeated and
winning the title of the best girls team on the day.
Congratulations to the Emmanuel (A) Girls team on a terrific
performance and well done to all the students that participated on
the day. The sportsmanship shown on the day from all students
was second to none, and everyone displayed a positive attitude
no matter the outcome of their game.
Thank you to Mrs Winfield – coach of the winning girls team, Mr
Ryan and Mr Gaynor for coaching the teams on the day and
doing a fantastic job.
Senior Basketball Carnival
It was a big week of sport for our senior
students at the College with the first taste of
basketball for the season getting under way in
the form of the Peel and Harbour League
Basketball Carnival held at Mike Barnett Sports
Complex in Rockingham.
On Thursday of Week 7, we took a boys and
girls team to the carnival to play against some
well respect schools in the region. The boys got
off to a terrific start beating Seton College by 1
point.
Throughout the rest of the day they were competitive but failing to win another game. The Senior Girls
demonstrated wonderful basketball skills and came away finishing 2nd in the their competition. This qualifies the
Senior Girls to compete in the semi-finals competition next term. Congratulations to the senior girls and senior
boys who put on such a great display of basketball and College spirit.
Thank you to Mr Edwards who coached the Senior Boys and Ms Jermy who was coaching the Senior Girls.
Other sporting news…
A select number of students from Emmanuel were competing in a wide range of sports over the weekend at a district, state and national level. These students have contributed to sport at Emmanuel and their representation at
such a high level deserves recognition.
Emily Hadwiger (12) flew to Sydney last weekend to compete in the Australia Junior Athletics Championships.
Emily competed in the U/20s 3km Steeplechase event against the best runners in Australia, and finished
12th. Well done Emily on a fantastic effort.
Kealey McGrath (11) competed in the Interschool ODE equestrian competition at Capel. Kealey placed 6th overall against 33 competitors, a fantastic accomplishment.
Imogen Spencer (10) competed in the State Surf Lifesaving competition on the weekend. Imogen came away
with a gold medal in the sprint and sprint relay events and a silver medal in the individual flags competition.
Annie Tubby (11) received a silver medal in the sprint relay and 4th in the flags event at the State Surf Lifesaving
competition.
Jarren Colpitts (11) debuted for the South Fremantle Colts football team in their round 1 fixture.
Emma Kerrison (10) who competed in the WA State Little Athletics competition, making it to the 400m final.
Jaimee Coles (9) also competed in the WA State Little Athletics competition and made the finals for the 400m
and 800m events.
Congratulations to the above students on their achievements.
Mr Jarrod Parry
Acting Director of Sport
Mr Di Gregorio on the Dunking Machine!
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Emmanuel Year Nine Academy Footballers in the Community
Over the last six months our relationship with South Fremantle Football Club has
become very strong. They have used our school grounds to train their Colts and
Warrior 16’s over the preseason, and in turn they have supported us with a variety
of resources. This relationship has further aided our Academy students as South
Fremantle Football Operations Manager, David Depane, has asked if two of our
Academy students would make themselves available for each League game to
run water for the players.
The two students selected for last weekend’s League game were Brodie Bates and Riley Millar. They met David an
hour before bounce down, in front of the South Fremantle change rooms, and were instructed of the expectations and
tasks for the game. It provided a fantastic opportunity for them as it not only provides some community service hours
that they have to complete each Year, but it also gave them an insight into how a league footballer prepares for
games.
Not only did our students run the water but they also had to study a League player that plays a similar position and
they are to write a report on their findings.
Here’s what Brodie and Riley said about the experience:
Brodie said “It was a great experience and I would
love to do it again anytime soon. The atmosphere was
really good and something I would suggest for anyone
to do.”
Riley said “It was an awesome experience being able
to go down to the change rooms at half time and
before the game to see how all the player prepared to
go out onto the ground. Being so close to the action
was awesome as well and it was great to see how
hard all the players went at the ball and how smart
they played. Having the opening round was great and
it was a very good contest. I can't wait to do it again.”
I am very proud of the boys for their effort and the way
they conducted themselves and I look forward to
receiving similar feedback for our next two students,
Jayden Ramshak and Connor Dawe, who are heading
out to Lathlain Park for South Fremantle’s away game
with Perth.
Mr Steve Pendleton
Football Academy Coach
Year 12 Maritime Excursion to Carnac
Island
Our Year 12 Maritime students recently traversed their
away around Cockburn Sound onboard our College
vessel “Success”,
supported by
Cockburn Sea
Rescue vessel
“Avail IV”.
Students plotted a
course using charts at school, and then put theory into practice by setting
waypoints and navigating the
vessels some 28 nautical miles
around the Sound. The local
sea-lions on Carnac Island put on a
show for the students, and next stop was navigating the entrance to
Herring Bay on the northern
end of Garden Island. Also a
quick visit to Dome Port
Coogee and a run through the
Australian Marine Complex with
lots of zig-zagging as students
perfected steering compass
courses. With a reasonable
swell running on the day, it was a great experience for our students to
fine-tune the skills learnt
whilst acquiring their
Skipper’s Ticket.
Students were also able to interact with technologies such as RADAR
and FLIR on the rescue vessel which gave them a greater
appreciation of how they work. Whilst onboard we took responsibility
for all radio communications which the students monitored with great
professionalism.
The only grumble on the day from students was the fact that we didn’t
get to fish some of the great ground that was showing on the colour
sounder. Perhaps next time!
Mr Brad Nicholas
Head of Technology & Enterprise
Have Sum Fun Mathematics Competition
On Friday 20 March an ECC team comprising of three Year 7 and three Year 8 students took part in the ‘Have
Sum Fun Mathematics Competition.’
This competition organised by the Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA) was held at All Saints
College and it involved competing against some of the best brains of this age group from about 20 other schools.
Our students held themselves very highly and
were awarded certificates for participation. The
students who were involved were:
Year 7
Stephanie Nicola
Aidan Phillips
Delina Joseph.
Year 8.
Jayden Foote
Esther Maloba
Romick Ediriweera.
Congratulations to these students for representing Emmanuel Catholic College at this important event in the
Mathematics Calendar. A big thank you also to Mrs Vicki Price, Mr Troy Foote and the parents for their wonderful
support during the organisation and participation in this event.
Dr. Francis Maloba
Head of Mathematics
Bush Rangers Learn about Western Shield Conservation
All this week the Year Nine Bush Rangers classes have been visited by Mr Stephen
Crane, an Education Officer from Nearer to Nature. He has been teaching the
students about the conservation program called Western Shield – a program that
consists of conserving our native fauna through a number of different ways.
Mr Crane spoke to the students about the various parts of the Western Shield
program such as monitoring through trapping, microchipping and baiting for cats and
foxes. Students learned how
to set the traps that would be
set out in the wild and how to
microchip a native animal.
Students also had a chance
to monitor motion camera
pictures taken in the South
West and had to identify the
animals that had triggered
the cameras. These animals
ranged from echidnas, kangaroos, wallabies, cats and quolls.
Students are now working on identifying native
animals from photographs in the wild.
Thank you to Mr Crane for coming in and teaching
the Bush Rangers classes about Western Shield.
Miss Kylie Durrant
Bush Rangers Co-ordinator
SAVE THE DATE
P & F 2015 QUIZ NIGHT
Saturday 27 June
Sponsorship Opportunities now available
Prize Donations are very welcome!
For further information please email [email protected]
Inter-School Mock Trials - Round 1 Results
Emmanuel's three teams - The Executive Authority, Mockingbirds and Justice League, took part in Round 1 of the Mock Trials on 19 March. This is
the first time the College was involved in the Mock Trials and all 3 teams
were given the role of Defence and were up against Corpus Christi. The
case involved us defending our client from stealing a bicycle while on
‘Leavers’ at Rottnest.
After weeks of
preparation, the
students from all 3
teams emerged
victorious and won
their trials. The
students from both
sides were marked out of 165 points. Justice League and
Mockingbirds - both combined Years 10 to 12 students, were
up against
Year 11s
and
comfortably beat Corpus's teams by almost 20 points. The
Executive Authority- also a mixed Year 10-12 team, had it tough as
their fixture was against a strong Year 12 Corpus team but
managed to beat them by over 2 points.
Overall, our students were very confident in how their carried
themselves in court and did Emmanuel very proud.
The following is a list of students who took part in Round 1:
The Executive Authority
Mockingbirds
Justice League
Barrister 1
Jace Resic – Year 11
Shun Gee Taroy – Year 11
Bowen Ch’ng – Year 12
Barrister 2
Brittany Scott – Year 12
Lily Martin – Year 11
Antonio Joboy – Year 11
Solicitor
Emilee McDermott – Year 12
Chase Lieuwes – Year 11
Ben Vrossink – Year 11
Witness 1
Chamishka Isaacs – Year 10
Christy Coyle – Year 12
Sean Reynolds – Year 12
Witness 2
Karise Cheong – Year 10
Sarah Tan – Year 10
Tommy-Lee Davies – Year 11
Judge’s Associate
Jackie Sorial – Year 10
Liam MacDonald – Year 11
Alex Brady – Year 12
I would like to say a huge thank you to Mr Sean Vagg for assisting me with the Mock Trials and to Mr Michael Judd
who was our Coach for the round.
I look forward to giving you further updates on Round 2 next term!
Padminee Raja-Snijder
Humanities Teacher and Mock Trials Coordinator
The Walk for Want for Caritas 2015
money for Caritas.
On Wednesday 18 March, the
Year 7 students had ominous grey
skies for their Walk for Want
around the school ovals to raise
Equipped with
orange bags,
the rain held off
and all Year 7’s
made it a
memorable
event by
challenging themselves to complete over 6 laps of the ovals (some speed
demons did 13 laps !).
Lap markers reminded the students that if they walked 6 laps, then they
were showing support for women and children in Peru who regularly walk
this distance
of 2.5 km a day to fetch drinking water for their families.
The runners who reached 12 laps, were reminded that
in some places in Africa this distance of 5 km is how
far away people need to walk to reach a hospital or
doctor.
All participants received
a treat at the end of their
efforts … a bottle of
water or a soft drink !
Well done Year 7 for the
great spirit with which
you participated in this
event.
Now comes the money chase up of your sponsors. Parents please note that all
sponsor books are official documentation and MUST be returned in order for Caritas
to claim our donations. Therefore, ALL money and sponsor books must be returned
by next Wednesday 1 April – end of Term 1.
If your sponsor book
has been misplaced,
please ask your child to see their RE teacher who
will provide them with a form for their parents to
sign and return, acknowledging that this has
happened.
Thank you for your support.
Ms Megan Mentz
Christian Service Coordinator
Attention: Year 7 Students and Parents
You are invited to apply for Emmanuel’s Gifted and Talented Program
Emmanuel Catholic College offers a specialised Gifted and Talented Education
(GATE) Program for Year 7 students. Entry to the program is by invitation and offers
are made based on external testing results, academic performance and teacher
consultation.
The GATE Program commences in Week 1 of Term 2 and runs during Period 3 on a
Wednesday; it runs for the duration of the Year. Students will be withdrawn from
class during this period and complete the GATE Program. As the College timetable
rotates on a Wednesday the students will not miss the same class each week.
To gain entry into the Gifted and Talented Program, students will need to be nominated by either a parent/guardian
and/or by a teacher. Nominated students will then sit the ACER General Ability Test (AGAT) – a standardised test
that assesses numeracy, literacy, problem solving and reasoning skills. The test takes 45 minutes and will be
conducted on Thursday 26 March during Period 2. Students will then be offered a place in the GATE Program
based on the testing results, academic results and teacher feedback. Please submit all nomination forms by the end
of the day Monday 23 March.
If you would like to nominate your child for the Gifted and Talented Program please discuss this opportunity with your
son or daughter. I would strongly encourage all interested students to apply; there’s nothing lost by sitting the test
and much to gain!
Nomination forms will be emailed to all Year 7 parents and are also available from the GATE Office and Year 7 Form
Teachers. They are also available here.
Specific details about the testing will follow once the nomination process is complete.
Ms Lisa Magee
Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator
[email protected]
Project Compassion
Donations to Project Compassion allow Caritas Australia, the Catholic
Agency for International Aid and Development, to work towards this
creation of a more just and fair world for whole communities. Each Form and
all students will have a Project Compassion box for their donations towards
this great initiative.
The Year 7 students are also seeking sponsors for their “Walk for Want” that also supports this cause.
You as a family can also donate online via the website at www.caritas.org.au/projectcompassion.
Please put your compassion into action this Lent by supporting Project Compassion 2015.
Miss Miranda Dempsey - Head of Religious Education and Campus Ministry
Library
Extended Hours
Now open Tuesday and Thursdays until 5.30pm
to assist students with their studies.
LIBRARY HOURS — SEMESTER 1
MONDAY 8:00am - 4pm
Emmanuel Gold 3:30pm – 5:00pm (Year 10-12)
TUESDAY 8:00am - 5:30pm
WEDNESDAY 8:00am - 4:00pm
Homework Club 3:30pm-4:30pm (Year 7-9)
THURSDAY 8:00am – 5:30pm
FRIDAY 8:00am – 4:00pm
Library and itPod CLOSED at RECESS
Year 12 Ball Photographs
Photographs from the Year 12 Ball are now online for viewing.
Please use the following login details:
Website:
www.maverickphoto.com.au
Login ID:
eccyr12
Password: e21215cc
Pre-Loved College Lockers Free to a Good home.
We have a number of banks of 6 lockers
available free to a good home.
1800mm
High
1130mm
Wide
530mm
Deep
If you or anyone you know may be
interested in these, please contact Garry
Gianatti at Emmanuel on 0403 065 113 /
9414 4000.
Term 1 School Fees are now overdue!
The 2015 school fee account was due and payable by
27 February 2015 unless the College was advised of the
selection of an alternative payment arrangement.
We are confident that you appreciate the necessity and
expectation in regard to paying school fees on time.
With this in mind is it expected that if you have not yet paid your
fees or returned a direct debit form, please make every effort to
do so as soon as possible. Direct debit and credit card
request forms are available on our website or from our front
reception.
Closing date for the Health Care Card Discount is 1 April. If you hold a current Health Care Card
please ensure you meet this deadline to obtain your discount.
Thank you for your support.
Accounts Department
THANK YOU
This Year the school will be participating in Relay for Life which will be held on
the weekend of 9/10 May 2015. During our recent 2015 Welcome to Families
Movie and BBQ night, we had some great Year 11 students Talia Mace, Jamie Haugg, Lucinda Poyser and Jessica
Nicholas walk around with tins to raise money for this very worthy cause.
We raised an amazing $148.10
Thank you to everyone who donated on the night, it will most certainly help many people suffering from this dreadful
disease.
“Strength is what keeps you holding on,
Faith is what keeps us moving along,
but HOPE is what makes us alive.”
We look forward to your continued support during our fund raising
efforts. If you would like to donate to this wonderful cause please go
to www.relayforlife.org.au and search to donate to either ECC Team 1,
ECC Team 2, ECC Team 3 or ECC Team 4.
Thank you from the ECC Relay for Life Team
LEARN ABOUT YOURSELF!
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes”.
(Marcel Proust, 19th century novelist)
Volunteer to host an international high school student through Southern Cross Cultural Exchange and
prepare to be amazed at how this unique and rewarding experience can help bring your family together,
understand themselves better and see the world in a new light.
We have students aged 15-18 arriving from France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Scandinavia in July 2015
who are seeking welcoming families all over Australia, in both rural and urban communities. They will live
like a local, attend a local secondary school, arrive with their own spending money and comprehensive
insurance cover – all arranged by Southern Cross Cultural Exchange.
Capture the spirit of family and friendship - visit us on Facebook or at www.scce.com.au, email
[email protected] or call us toll free on 1800 500 501 to request a booklet of international student
profiles.
Great news for the holidays! School holiday program for 14 – 18 Year olds
Registrations are now open for
our new program for 2015.
Do you know an animal lover who would like to develop their animal healthcare knowledge or a student thinking about a future
animal related career or just someone who would like to come and spend the day doing some really cool behind the scenes Zoo
activities?
The following sessions will take place this month:
Friday 10 April
9:15 am – 3:00 pm
Friday 17 April
9:15 am – 3:00 pm
Ever wondered how you weigh a giraffe or how you give a reptile a routine health check? From the dangerous to the unusual,
find out how we care for Perth Zoo’s animals.
Get to spend the day with an experienced Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarian and discover what it takes to work in one of the most
challenging and rewarding careers around.
Wild Vets covers a range of activities and animal encounters focusing on animal health care.
To register for Wild Vets for this holiday period, please complete and return a registration form to
[email protected] .
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us via the email address above or on (08) 9474 0365.
Also for the younger members of the Zoo Crew…
St Vincent de Paul Easter Raffle
1st Prize – 4.5 kg of Toblerone
2nd to 5th Prizes – Baskets of Easter
Eggs.
Tickets for sale from Student Services
$2.00 for 1 ticket
$5.00 for 3 tickets
Raffles will be drawn on Holy Thursday Week 9.
Careers News
Below is a list of Information Evenings, Open Nights and other Careers
information available to all Senior Students and their parents. Interested
students are encouraged to attend. More information and registration
available on the links provided. Please see Mr. King if you require any
further details.
The University of Notre Dame
Course Information & Expo Evening
Wednesday 20 May, 5.30pm @ Tannock Hall of Education (ND4), corner of Cliff Street and Croke Street.
Find out more about the courses offered by Notre Dame. The evening will feature presentations and the opportunity to speak
with academic staff to get the most up-to-date information.
Register oline: http://www.nd.edu.au/events/2015-freo/course-info-and-expo-evening
University of Western Australia
“A Day in the Life of …..”
These free events provide high school students with a valuable insight into a typical day at university, with a number of fun, interactive and informative workshops to participate in.
Landscape Architecture:
Monday April 8
Music Student:
Monday April 13
Health Science:
Wednesday April 15
Register your interest in attending an April school holiday session now by visiting the website:
http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/about/events/Year-12-students/day-in-the-life
Murdoch University
Undergraduate Information Evening
Wednesday 20 May, 6pm @ Murdoch University South Street Campus
Learn about our wide range of Undergraduate course opportunities at Murdoch as well as our admission
requirements. Staff will be on hand to answer course enquiries, questions on admission and application
requirements, as well as support services.
http://www.experience.murdoch.edu.au/event/undergraduate-information-evening/
ECU
Teacher Education Information Evening
Tuesday 26 May, 6pm @ ECU Mount Lawley Campus
ECU invites secondary students to find out more about undergraduate teaching courses in Early Childhood,
Primary and Secondary Education. There will be an opportunity to speak to academics and get any questions answered. Find the details online at:
http://www.ecu.edu.au/future-students/events
Australian Defence Force GAP Year
Applications Open Monday 2 March.
The ADF Gap Year program provides an opportunity for young Australians who have finished Year 12 or equivalent, aged
between 17 and 24, to experience military training & lifestyle whilst gaining new skills over a paid Gap Year. To apply visit:
http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/GapYear/
Trade Careers in the Australian Defence Force Information Session
Tuesday 31 March, 6.30pm @ DFR Perth, 66 St George’s Tce, Perth
With a trade in the Australian Defence Force you’ll start on a great wage while you train in your chosen field, receiving nationally
recognised qualifications. Attend an information session to find out more.
Book a spot by emailing [email protected].com.au with your details.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1730205427205711/
MyJob App
The Myjob app and website provides easily accessible information for students looking for work. Information provided includes:
What you need before you get a job
How to find a job
How to work out what skills you have
How to write a resume, cover letter and key selection criteria
Interviews
The MyJob App is available for free in iOS and Android.
http://www.myjobinfo.com.au/about
Tax File Number Applications
A tax file number is a unique nine-digit number issued to individuals and organisations to help administer tax and other Australian Government
Systems. The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has changed the process for students applying for a Tax File
Number (TFN). Schools are no longer able to process TFN application forms. The new process involves students completing
an online application form and then visiting an Australia Post Office outlet to have their identity verified.
To apply for a TFN students need to visit: https://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/lnd/Apply-for-a-TFN-on-the-web/?fb_locale=es_LA
After they have completed this form students will need to print their application summary and take this together with proof of
identity documents to an Australia Post Outlet. This must be done within 30 days of completing the online form.
Considering a career in Medicine, Dentistry or Health Science?
Important UMAT 2015 Dates
UMAT 2015 Registrations:
Now Open
Registrations Close:
5 June 2015
Sit UMAT:
29 July 2015
Results Released:
Late September 2015
Current Emmanuel Enrolment Opportunities
Have you enrolled your child at Emmanuel yet?
It is not too late to do so, as there are limited places still available in our
2016 Year 7 intake which is currently being finalised.
We have also commenced our
2017 Year 7 Enrolment Interviews
For further information please contact our Registrar
Mrs Kelly Lister on 9414 4055
or email [email protected]
UNIFORM SHOP IMPORTANT NOTICE
Update on House Shirts availability:
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Boys Lisieux (Red) and Frassati (Yellow) are in stock
now.
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All other House shirts MacKillop (Blue), Francis
(Orange), More (Green) and Teresa (Purple) boys and girls will be in stock for Tuesday 31 March.
Uniform Shop Extra Opening Hours:
Tuesday 31 March 7.45am – 5.00pm
Wednesday 1 April 12.00pm – 5.00pm
School Holidays Opening Times:
Thursday 16 April 7.45am – 6.00pm
Saturday 18 April 8.00am – 1.00pm
Uniform Shop Normal Trading Hours
Tuesday 7.45am to 1pm
Thursday 12pm to 5pm
For fittings please call 9414 4017 or 0423 407 014 to book a time.
Uniform Booking forms for both girls and boys are also found on the College website Uniform Shop page.
Your ECC Uniform Shop Team.
Emmanuel Catholic College
122 Hammond Rd
SUCCESS WA 6164
PO Box 3102 SUCCESS WA
6964
Phone: 9414 4000
Fax: 9498 5864
www.emmanuel.wa.edu.au