Francis Jordan

Catholic School

25 Peterborough Drive,
Currambine, WA 6028
Email: admin@fjcs.wa.edu.au

Francis Jordan

Catholic School

Currambine

A Message from the Principal – Issue 33

– Snapshot of 2018
– 2019 School Fee Information
– Advent
– St Simon Peter -25th Anniversary
– Transition to Secondary School
– Morning Supervision 2019
– Fr Adam Szustak
– Kidz OT Holiday Services
– Term Dates
– Thought for the week
– Prayer

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 32

– Prize Giving Assembly
– Band Afternoon
– Graduation Mass
– Our Valuable Volunteers
– Morning Supervision 2019
– Fr Adam Szustak
– Staffing Update
– Wedding Bells
– Prayers Please
– Kidz OT Holiday Services
– Gold Slip Recipients
– Term Dates
– When you have a worrier
– Thought for the week
– Prayer

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 30

– Colour Run
– Tyson Plays soccer in Germany and Poland
– National Photographic Competition Finalist
– Music Assembly
– Pre-Kindy Orientation
– Banking Volunteers
– Student Achievements
– Annual General Meeting
– Families Leaving Francis Jordan

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 22

Our Annual Father’s Day Liturgy commences at 7.30 am this Friday August 31st, followed by a scrumptious breakfast. We invite all dads to come along to join us!
Also – Feeling Pride, School Banking, Leave of Absence, Merit Awards, Gold Slips, Tim Winton Award, Parent workshops.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 21

On Friday this week, I invite all parents to join us at our Merit Assembly where we will acknowledge the wonderful work of students who have been working hard to Make Every Day Count. Please join us in celebrating the achievements of our dedicated Francis Jordan Students.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 20

The feast day of the Assumption of Mary celebrates the Christian belief that God assumed the Virgin Mary into Heaven following her death. It is celebrated on August 15 in many countries, particularly in parts of Europe and South America.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 18

Psychologists say a person has hope when they believe that they can find ways to achieve their goals and to motivate themselves to try and follow those ways and meet those goals. Hope theory suggests we need three things to actually have ‘hope’:

goals: something we are aiming to achieve in the future
pathways: at least one way (and hopefully more than one) that we might follow to achieve those goals
agency (sometimes called efficacy): the belief that we can actually make things happen along those pathways in order to meet the goals.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 17

Some of our younger students were provided with a wonderful treat on Tuesday as they watched their Year 6 buddies speak about their ‘Notables’ characters at our Morning of Notables. The speeches prepared by the students were both informative and interesting and along with their rehearsed presentations and static displays, it was certainly evident there had been many, many hours of preparation. Well Done to all of our extension students who took part and congratulations on a job well done. Thank you to our Year 1 students who were a captivated and wonderfully attentive audience.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 16

NAIDOC Week 2018 celebrated the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation. Under the theme – Because of her, we can! – NAIDOC Week 2018 recognised the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who have played – and continue to play – active and significant roles at the community, local, state an national levels.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 13

This week we especially recognise our school identity as we celebrate Francis Jordan Day. In 2018 our Feast Day celebration is even more significant as we commemorate the centenary of the death of Father Francis Jordan.

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A Message from the Principal – Issue 11

Empathy is the key
Parenting Ideas expert and presenter of next week’s Understanding Anxiety webinar Dr. Jodi Richardson believes there is a third option that parents should use when kids are upset. She maintains that parents should respond with empathy when children are down or distressed as empathy has the capacity to transform a child’s mental health and wellbeing in positive ways.

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