Take a Look

Children in Rooms A1, 2, 9, 10, 11 and 13 have collected donated items to make up care packages to send to our troops in Afghanistan.
The children were very enthusiastic about this and many included personal notes to our troops overseas. In the end, we posted 16 boxes to members of our defence force.
Congratulations and thank you to all the children that donated to this worthy cause.









Congratulations to our students who did so well at last week’s Swimming
Carnival. We won the day, and also won 5 individual trophies. Thank you to Mrs
Piani for preparing the team, including those early morning practices. Thank you too to Ms Smith and Mr Bayliss for helping out with the training.


It was great to see so much effort put into the hats made for our Easter Hat Parade. I’m sure everyone had fun showing them off.


On Monday 14th May 2018, we welcomed two West Coast Eagles players, Luke Partington and Tarir Bayok, to Kewdale. They came to run football clinics for all classes from PP-Year 6. Luke played several games for the Eagles in 2017, whilst Tarir is on the rookies list and is yet to make his AFL debut but is hoping to get his opportunity one day soon. Here are a few photos from the morning’s sessions.


Thursday 29th March we headed off to Kent St Senior High School to participate in the WACA run interschool T20 Blast cricket carnival.
Kewdale was represented by four teams, 2 boys and 2 girls, from years 4-6. All four teams performed well, with wins from all teams in round 1!
Our most successful team, coached by Mr Bayliss and with help from Geoff Tilbee on the day, were the boys ‘A’ division team.
Going through undefeated and lead by captains Jake P, Phoenix L and Micah A the boys now have the chance to play off in the state finals held at the WACA. They will first need to get through the regional finals in term 4 played at Yokine Reserve. We wish them all the best and are sure we will see them out training!!


March 26/27 we saw two days of great Maths activities with Professor Maths.
It looked wonderful and I’m sure our students got a lot from it.


Thank you to our parents for a wonderful Harmony
Day Food Fair last Wednesday. It was great to
celebrate the cultural diversity that helps make our
school what it is today. And a huge thank you to Ms
Griffin for organising the day.

Our newly completed Nature Play area looks great and students have been getting good use out of it since it was opened last Tuesday. A big thank you to Cassie Rowe for coming out and opening the area for us. And another huge thank you to Mrs Fiegert who worked closely with the Department and the installers and sorted out a number of issues before they became problems.