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Thank you to the following Yr 3 parents and an ex-student who cleaned the church last week – Tracy Stockdale, Jody Blake, Jen Gascoyne, Anita Bevacqua, Linda Costain, Mel Edwards, Lara Heatley, Jenny Sartorello, Imogen Sartorello, Caroline Ince, and Nicole Christie. A great job and very much appreciated.

 God Bless
Father Grant

Helping Your Child to Deal with Friendship Issues and Bullying

In this interactive workshop, you and your child will learn how to manage friendships, deal with any bullying they might see or face, and build their self-confidence. Suitable for children ages approximately 6-11 years, and may also suit older children.

For more information click here.



Beyond Fussy – The Problem Eaters Who Turn Meals into a Battle Ground

The Rotary Club of Cambridge is delighted to welcome nutritionist Stephanie Rea to be the guest speaker at the Club’s Schools’ Programme meeting on Wednesday September the 11th.  For more information click here.

Get Back Up Resilience Program

The Get Back Up Resilience Program is being run next month at the OLGC School Hall. For more, click here.

Newman College Term 3 Enrolment Tours

Newman College have a number of tours for prospective families scheduled for Term 3. For more information and dates, click here.


VacSwim October 2019

You can now enrol your children in VacSwim swimming lessons for the October school holidays.

With swimming pools and beaches a big part of the Western Australian lifestyle, it’s important your children are safe in the water.

Programs are available for children from five to 17 years and cater to all skill levels – from beginners to those doing their Bronze Medallion. They are being offered at pool venues across the State.

Enrol your children in VacSwim now at

Further information, details of locations and information on how to enrol is on our website.


Subiaco Marist Cricket Club

Welcome to the 2019/20 Subiaco Marist Cricket Club cricket season! We field teams for girls and boys aged from 5 – 17, and always keen to welcome new players.

Our introductory Cricket Blasters programs are for kids new to cricket, teaching them the basics of cricket in a fun, safe and interactive way. Held at Newman College 5pm Fridays.

We also have teams in each year level from under 10 to under 17, where young cricketers can develop their skills and enjoyment of the game, with mid-week training and games on Saturday or Sunday (depending on grade).

The season starts in October and registrations are open now. Please register at: (Registrations close Sept 4 for under 10-17, and Oct 12 or earlier if the program is at capacity for Cricket Blasters).

For any inquiries, to try on uniform sizes (junior cricket) and maybe meet a Perth Scorcher please come to our launch day on Wednesday 21st August 3.30pm to 5.30pm in the Newman College sports complex.

Please contact us at with any queries.

St John’s School, as part of the Catholic faith community, strives to provide a caring, compassionate and supportive environment, where each person is valued and encouraged to develop to his/her full potential.

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