Congratulations Beverly Pabedinskas Winner of the Ed-Connect Coordinator of the year.
On Thursday evening I had the great pleasure of attending the Ed-Connect The Ed-Connect Annual Awards Evening held at The Rise in Maylands with Bev our retired School Chaplin. The purpose of the awards is to recognise outstanding members of the community who volunteer to support students across the three states who have Ed-Connect volunteers working in them, (Victoria, Western Australia and New South Wales). At Yale Primary School Bev Pabedinskas has been coordinating the Ed-Connect Volunteers for many years, organising and assisting our volunteers to support our students, and might I say doing a sterling job too. On Thursday evening she was awarded the Ed-Connect Coordinator of the Year and I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bev for her outstanding service to the school over the past 19 years. You have done us proud Bev! Well Done!
Glen Read – Principal
ANZAC School Assembly
On Friday 12 April, the school assembled to commemorate Anzac Day. We had a very important guest Mr Vince Bond, who is a Veteran of the Vietnam conflict, and we thank him for taking the time to come to our school to talk to the students.
Interschool Summer Carnival
Last term, on the 21 March, our interschool teams competed against other schools in the district in Cricket and Softball. We were relatively successful with our Girls Cricket Team winning the Shield. Congratulations to the Yale Girls Cricket Team who have also been asked to compete in the State Girls Cricket Championships. Well done to our Boys Cricket who came a respectable third in their competition and the Softball A Division was second, with the B Division coming fifth. The Yale tradition of excellent behaviour and sportsmanship was again demonstrated on the day and we are very proud of you in your endeavours. Thank you to the parents who went along and supported the teams and a big thank you to the teachers who take the time to coach and support the students.
Colouring in Competition Winners
C3 Langford church ran a colouring in completion last week. The students at Yale did an amazing job colouring in. I would imagine it would have been very hard to pick the winners. Thanks to those students who entered the competition.
First prize winners
Kaviya – Pre Primary / EC4
Kaycee – Year 2 / A5
Sophie – Year 4 / B4
Runner up winners
Joshua – Year 4 / B5
Tyler – Year 3 / B3
Olly Ruffell – Pre Primary / EC4
Easter Hat Parade
Our ECU 3 class held an Easter Hat Parade last term which gave the children an opportunity to show off their millinery design talents and it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
Yale Primary School P&C
Thank you for everyone who supported our Mother’s Day stall today. If your child did not get a chance to purchase any gifts, we will be open tomorrow for Thursday Kindy classes and will announce when any other students can purchase.
Our next event will be our Annual Disco on Friday the 24 May.
This will be held in the new undercover area. There will be two sessions, Kindy to Year 2 will be 5pm to 6.15pm and Year3 to Year 6 will be 6.30pm to 8pm. Tickets will be available for sale from Monday 20 May to Friday 24 May in the mornings between 8.20am and 8.50am. Permission notes will be send home in the next week. Students will not be able to purchase tickets without a signed permission slip.
There will be no tickets sold at the door.
We will be looking for volunteers for a variety of positions during the disco, if you are able to help in any way, please let us know.
Please check Facebook or the noticeboard in the Undercover area for any updates.
The P&C thanks you for your continued support!
- The City of Gosnells has introduced fun for the whole family in the way of organising “Park Play” at various venues throughout the Gosnells district on certain dates. Bring along your own snack and drinks and get to know members of your community.
- Child and Parent Centre at Brookman – Parent Workshops and Special Events. There is a Term 2 Calendar from this centre which indicates what is going to be happening during this term. Please note these activities are FREE!
TRIPLE P Seminar Series – Morning Sessions
Venue: South Thornlie Primary School, 2 Ovens Road, Thornlie, WA, 6108
Triple P Postive Parenting Program – FREE 2 hour seminars
Seminar 1: Parents are introduced to the five key principles of positive parenting. These principles are: • Ensuring a safe engaging environment. • Creating a positive learning environment. • Using assertive discipline. • Having reasonable expectations. • Looking after yourself as a parent.
Seminar 2: Raising confident, competent children In this seminar, parents are introduced to six core building blocks for children to become confident and successful at school and beyond. These competencies are: • Showing respect to others. • Being considerate. • Having good communication and social skills. • Having healthy self-esteem. • Being a good problem solver. • Becoming independent.
Seminar 3: Raising resilient children Parents are introduced to six core building blocks for children to manage their feelings and become resilient in dealing with life stress. These competencies are: • Recognising and accepting feelings. • Expressing feelings appropriately. • Building a positive outlook. • Developing coping skills. • Dealing with negative feelings. • Dealing with stressful life events.
These seminars are being offered at South Thornlie Primary School, 2 Ovens Road, Thornlie.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9459 4655 or register via the APP “Child and Parent Centre Brookman”
If these dates and times work do not work for you then take a look at our other Triple P Term 2 progams being offered at the Child and Parent Centre (afternoon sessions) or Mercy Care Thornlie Learning Centre (evening sessions). For more information call the CPC on 9235 7032