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|Phone: 9623 1745 | Website: www.stmarysth-p.schools.nsw.edu.au| Week 2 Term 4, Tuesday 22nd October 2019 St Marys South Public School Messenger The great work of our teachers and parents is recognised by a significant increase in the performance of our Year 3 and Year 5 students in the 2019 NAPLAN . Congratulations to the following students who achieved in the highest bands. Year 5 Reading Band Uren, Chloe Band 09 Naicker, Aaditya Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Charlie Band 08 Burns, Jasmine Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Aloe, Aaliyah Band 06 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Brouwer, Zoe Band 06 Faaumu, Fredric Band 06 Ficco, Micheal Band 06 Howard, Benjamin Band 06 Huriwai, Sefa Band 06 Matini, Mafa Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Quinn, Brianna Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Vaka, Ailine Band 06 Vasiliou, Nicholas Band 06 Year 5 Numeracy Uren, Charlie Band 08 Naicker, Aaditya Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Uren, Chloe Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Brouwer, Zoe Band 06 Burns, Jasmine Band 06 Ficco, Micheal Band 06 Halliwell, Lucian Band 06 Howard, Benjamin Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Rakete, Reihana Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Year 5 Writing Band Uren, Charlie Band 08 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Rakete, Reihana Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Kopelani, Mariota Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Molloy, Riley Band 06 Naicker, Aaditya Band 06 Quinn, Brianna Band 06 Sa, Ivy Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Uren, Chloe Band 06 Year 5 Spelling Band Mclachlan, Jack Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Chloe Band 08 Boadu, Daniel Band 07 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Gower, Natasha Band 07 Naicker, Aaditya Band 07 Sabaybay, Mary Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Tonga,Tane Band 07 Uren, Charlie Band 07 Burns, Jasmine Band 06 Sa, Ivy Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Year 5 Grammar Band Uren, Chloe Band 09 Burns, Jasmine Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Charlie Band 08 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Macri, Christian Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Naicker, Aaditya Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Tariq, Masroor Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Year 3 Reading Giwa, Larissa Band 07 Sadeed, Rayan Band 07 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Aloe, Dakota Band 05 Edwards, Charlotte Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Vea, Caleb Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Villanueva, Zayne Band 05 Year 3 Numeracy Bhavsar, Nandini Band 07 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Sadeed, Rayan Band 06 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 06 Drollet, Joshua Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Mendonca, Christopher Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Tonga Dean Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Villanueva, Zayne Band 05 Year 3 Writing Aloe, Dakota Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Petilla, Liam Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Sadeed, Rayan Band 06 Villanueva, Zayne Band 06 Yun, Susanna Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 05 Davis, Brooklyn Band 05 Esekia, Pele Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Moy, Lucas Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Patiole johnson, Ezekiel Band 05 Senior, Jerome Band 05 Thompson, Jack Band 05 Trimingham, Annabelle Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Year 3 Spelling Rakete, Ropata Band 08 Petilla, Liam Band 07 Sadeed, Rayan Band 07 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 06 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Hancock, Robert Band 06 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 06 Mendonca, Christopher Band 06 Singh, Manmeet Band 06 Villanueva, Zayne Band 06 Yun, Susanna Band 06 Aloe, Dakota Band 05 Davis, Brooklyn Band 05 Huriwai, Jesame Band 05 Kefalianos, Paris Band 05 Morris, Lachlan Band 05 Moy, Lucas Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 05 Vea, Caleb Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Year 3 Grammar Sadeed, Rayan Band 09 Giwa, Larissa Band 07 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 06 Davis, Brooklyn Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Ghumman, Gurnoor Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Kefalianos, Paris Band 05 Mendonca, Christopher Band 05 Morris, Lachlan Band 05 Mua, Halalivy Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Thompson, Jack Band 05
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Page 1: S t M a ry s S o u th P u b lic S c h o o l Messenger · 2019-10-27 · Week 2 Term 4, Tuesday 22nd October 2019 |Phone: 9623 1745 | Website: | S t M a ry s S o u th P u b lic S c

|Phone: 9623 1745 | Website: www.stmarysth-p.schools.nsw.edu.au| Week 2 Term 4, Tuesday 22nd October 2019

S t M a r y s S o u t h P u b l i c S c h o o l

Messenger

The great work of our teachers and

parents is recognised by a

significant increase in the

performance of our Year 3 and

Year 5 students in the 2019

NAPLAN .

Congratulations to the following

students who achieved in the

highest bands. Year 5 Reading Band Uren, Chloe Band 09 Naicker, Aaditya Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Charlie Band 08 Burns, Jasmine Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Aloe, Aaliyah Band 06 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Brouwer, Zoe Band 06 Faaumu, Fredric Band 06 Ficco, Micheal Band 06 Howard, Benjamin Band 06 Huriwai, Sefa Band 06 Matini, Mafa Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Quinn, Brianna Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Vaka, Ailine Band 06 Vasiliou, Nicholas Band 06 Year 5 Numeracy Uren, Charlie Band 08 Naicker, Aaditya Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Uren, Chloe Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Brouwer, Zoe Band 06 Burns, Jasmine Band 06 Ficco, Micheal Band 06 Halliwell, Lucian Band 06 Howard, Benjamin Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Rakete, Reihana Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Year 5 Writing Band Uren, Charlie Band 08 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Rakete, Reihana Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Kopelani, Mariota Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Molloy, Riley Band 06 Naicker, Aaditya Band 06 Quinn, Brianna Band 06 Sa, Ivy Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Uren, Chloe Band 06

Year 5 Spelling Band Mclachlan, Jack Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Chloe Band 08 Boadu, Daniel Band 07 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Gower, Natasha Band 07 Naicker, Aaditya Band 07 Sabaybay, Mary Band 07 Tariq, Masroor Band 07 Tonga,Tane Band 07 Uren, Charlie Band 07 Burns, Jasmine Band 06 Sa, Ivy Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Taufui, James Band 06 Year 5 Grammar Band Uren, Chloe Band 09 Burns, Jasmine Band 08 Rakete, Reihana Band 08 Uren, Charlie Band 08 Brouwer, Zoe Band 07 Macri, Christian Band 07 Boadu, Daniel Band 06 Mclachlan, Jack Band 06 Naicker, Aaditya Band 06 Sabaybay, Mary Band 06 Taliu, Kingston Band 06 Tariq, Masroor Band 06 Tonga, Tane Band 06 Year 3 Reading Giwa, Larissa Band 07 Sadeed, Rayan Band 07 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Aloe, Dakota Band 05 Edwards, Charlotte Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Vea, Caleb Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Villanueva, Zayne Band 05 Year 3 Numeracy Bhavsar, Nandini Band 07 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Sadeed, Rayan Band 06 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 06 Drollet, Joshua Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Mendonca, Christopher Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Tonga Dean Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Villanueva, Zayne Band 05

Year 3 Writing Aloe, Dakota Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Petilla, Liam Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Sadeed, Rayan Band 06 Villanueva, Zayne Band 06 Yun, Susanna Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 05 Davis, Brooklyn Band 05 Esekia, Pele Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 05 Moy, Lucas Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Patiole johnson, Ezekiel Band 05 Senior, Jerome Band 05 Thompson, Jack Band 05 Trimingham, Annabelle Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Year 3 Spelling Rakete, Ropata Band 08 Petilla, Liam Band 07 Sadeed, Rayan Band 07 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 06 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Giwa, Larissa Band 06 Hancock, Robert Band 06 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 06 Mendonca, Christopher Band 06 Singh, Manmeet Band 06 Villanueva, Zayne Band 06 Yun, Susanna Band 06 Aloe, Dakota Band 05 Davis, Brooklyn Band 05 Huriwai, Jesame Band 05 Kefalianos, Paris Band 05 Morris, Lachlan Band 05 Moy, Lucas Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Sarkissian, Sienna Band 05 Vea, Caleb Band 05 Villanueva, Jacob Band 05 Year 3 Grammar Sadeed, Rayan Band 09 Giwa, Larissa Band 07 Bhavsar, Nandini Band 06 Davis, Brooklyn Band 06 Edwards, Charlotte Band 06 Mcneill, Kaizah Band 06 Rakete, Ropata Band 06 Adnan, Labeeqa Band 05 Ghumman, Gurnoor Band 05 Hancock, Robert Band 05 Kefalianos, Paris Band 05 Mendonca, Christopher Band 05 Morris, Lachlan Band 05 Mua, Halalivy Band 05 Panuve, Aleighya Band 05 Petilla, Liam Band 05 Rankmore, Ruby Band 05 Singh, Manmeet Band 05 Thompson, Jack Band 05

Page 2: S t M a ry s S o u th P u b lic S c h o o l Messenger · 2019-10-27 · Week 2 Term 4, Tuesday 22nd October 2019 |Phone: 9623 1745 | Website: | S t M a ry s S o u th P u b lic S c

Schools Spectacular is a musical

extravaganza that takes place each year

for NSW Public Schools. This year fourteen

Stage 2 and 3 students from our school

choir were selected to perform with more

than 5,500 students from public schools

across New South Wales. This will be one of

the biggest performances of their lives as

they perform 27 songs on stage at the

QUDOS Bank Arena in Homebush. We are

so incredibly proud of each of these

students.

Absent: Todah Mua, Lexine Guballa, Mele Lafo,

Lily Sullivan-Parfitt

This year our students will be

performing in four concerts:

November 22nd 11:00am

November 22nd 7:30pm

November 23rd 1:00pm

November 23rd 7:00pm

Tickets for Schools Spectacular 2019 are on

sale through Ticketek or go to bit.ly/2Zkhrlr

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ST

KINDERGARTEN TRANSITION

William Rose

Elita Georgiou

William Wilson

Chloe Uren

Zamar Mua

Kristina Nader

Bailey Archer

Manmeet Singh

Ezekiel Patiole-Johnson

Madelyn Shersby

Dean Tonga-Awhikau

Stratos Kountourogiannis

Ellexis Moy

Dominik Santos

Benson Woodyatt

Aysha-Lee Tiatia

Leilah-Jane Keil

Jacob Parker

Jason Robinson

Moushumi Salhan

Shazam Ali

Will Thompson

Inaayah Bajwa

Jian Oanes

Harrison Binger

Savanna Donovan

Mankaran Salhan

Noah Vaquerano

Anne Thomas

Khizer Ali

Zainab Al Karaawi

Taila Lemi

Kasey Caruana

Harry Thompson

Zechariah Kalolo

Julius Tiatia

Cooper Wood

Seentahna Melek

Jaanti Maaka-Ranginui

Tahau

Jaxson Morris

MERIT AWARDS

ST MAR YS SO UTH PUB L IC SC HO OL MESSEN GER

SCHOOLS SPECTACULAR 2019

This is an exciting term for the Music Groups

at St Marys South as we have several

performances and auditions to prepare

for. A few changes have been made to

the lunchtime rehearsal schedule for

weeks 1-6 to allow the Schools Spectacular

Choir extra time to rehearse.

LUNCHTIME REHEARSALS

Day Time Group

Mon Lunch 2020 Descant Recorder Group

Tue Lunch Schools Spectacular Choir

Wed Lunch 2019 Treble Recorder Group

Thurs Lunch Stage 2 Recorder Karate Groups

Thurs 2:30 Week 2 - Ukulele Group

Weeks 1, 3-6 Schools Spec Choir

Last week the Starting School Group en-

joyed a music lesson with 2M, led by Mrs

Carroll. They played the clapping sticks,

tambourines, egg shakers and maracas to

2M’s favourite songs.

Our preschool children have been enjoy-

ing getting ready for ‘big school’.

Our Starting School Group will continue

every Tuesday morning. Our last session will

be our Christmas Party on Tuesday 10 De-

cember, with a special visit from Rooby

Roo.

Our first Kindergarten Orientation Day is

being held next Friday, 1 November at

9:15am. We look forward to welcoming

and sharing this event with our 2020 Kin-

dergarten students and their parents/

caregivers.

Term 4 2019 Calendar

30/10/2019 Reading Competition

01/11/2019 Kindy 2020 Orientation

05/11/2019 Kindy Golden Ridge Farm Excursion

11/11/2019 Remembrance Day

13/11/2019 Spring Fair

14/11/2019 P&C School Disco

15/11/2019 Kindy 2020 Orientation

22/11/2019 School Spectacular Performance

23/11/2019 School Spectacular Performance

12/12/2019 Presentation Day

13/12/2019 Gold Badge Reward

16/12/2019 Year 6 Farewell

17/12/2019 Christmas Carol Night

20/12/2019 Last Day of Term 4

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PBL AWARDS

This term our students have been given the challenge

to pose a problem to solve. This week, Annabelle has a

matchstick dilemma to give us a sweaty brain.

Remove one matchstick to make these number facts

correct:

Remember there will be a Step-Up for every student

who gives a solution.

Did you know only 5% of NSW children eat enough

vegetables?

This year St Marys South PS

participated in ‘Fruit and

Veg’ month 2019 to

encourage and promote

consumption of fruit and

vegetables. Over the four

weeks students taste tested four vegetables including

carrots, snow peas, green beans and baby qukes.

Students also completed four interactive, stage

appropriate lessons created around the theme of the

‘Adventures of Captain Fruit N Veg’.

During the four weeks students were encouraged to try

healthy options at the canteen including salad bowls

and wraps. Four canteen vouchers were drawn out of

a raffle every week. We would like to thank the South

Side Canteen for providing so many delicious and

healthy lunch options including the much loved salad

bowl.

ST

Mason Villanueva, 5/6G

Mason is a considerate student who is always

willing to assist other students and teachers.

Sipiliano Sene-Lefaoseu, 5/6S

Always respectful of his teachers and peers within

the classroom and on the playground.

Cohen Bennion, 5/6G

Cohen is a polite student. He displays a great

attitude and is always helpful. Cohen leads by

example and is a positive role model for his peers.

Missing since 14/10/2019

from St Marys

Grey and black all over with

red tail

If found or you have any

information that could be

helpful in reuniting this bird

with their family, please

contact either

0425 204 430 or 0421 207 912

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ST MAR YS SO UTH PUB L IC SC HO OL MESSEN GER

STEM - PROBLEM OF THE WEEK

FRUIT & VEG MONTH

Chloe Cash has been training at Elite Martial Arts for

the past three years. Chloe qualified to go to the

Taekwondo National Championships held in

Queensland after winning the NSW Championships

Tournament, for the fourth time. Chloe did an amazing

job, placing 2nd in sparring bringing home the silver

medal. Well done Chloe.

CONGRATULATIONS CHLOE

MISSING AFRICAN GREY PARROT

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ST MAR YS SO UTH PUB L IC SC HO OL MESSEN GER

K - 2 SPORTS CARNIVAL

On Tuesday 25th of September our K-2 students participated in the annual sports day carnival. Our students

participated in three race events including age races, egg and spoon and sack races.

Students then completed a range of rotation activities from recess until lunch including space hopper relay, over

and under relay, parachute, hoop/beanbag relay, obstacle course and playing on our new fixed equipment.

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the events. Students’ behaviour on the day was exemplary.

Our teachers were especially impressed by our student’s ability to participate and try new activities.

We would also like to thank all the parents and caregivers who came to cheer on and support our students.

Mrs Venables