Christ the King School


87 York Street,
Beaconsfield WA 6162
PO Box 213
South Fremantle WA 6162
P: (08) 9487 9900

From the Principal – Term 3, Week 5

Dear Parents and Guardians


Vale Peter Panizza

Forever in our hearts and minds

05/04/1960       15/08/2022

When God calls us
to dwell with Him above,
We mortals sometimes question
the wisdom of His love.

For no heartache compares with,
the death of a loved one.
Who does so much to make our world, seem so wonderful and mild.

Perhaps God tires of calling
the aged to His fold.
So He picks a rosebud
before it can grow too old.

God knows how much we need them,
and so He takes but a few.
To make the land of heaven
more beautiful to view.

Believing this is difficult
still somehow we must try.
The saddest word mankind knows
will always be Good-bye.

So when a loved one departs,
we who are left behind,
Must realise God loves us.
Angels Are Hard To Find! 

STAFF PD (PUPIL FREE DAY) – Tomorrow, Friday, 19 August, Claire Orange will be presenting her knowledge and passion to staff about mental health and wellbeing. We are all looking forward to Claire working with us. This will then lead to how we as a staff can best support our childrens’ wellbeing at CtK.

CYBER SAFETY PARENT WORKSHOP – Our Year 5 students listened to Kaylene Kerr from esafety Cyber Safety workshops. Parenting in the digital age can be complex and challenging. Whilst there are many benefits for our children being online, there are also risks. As the trusted adults in our children’s lives we can support them to maximise the benefits and minimise the risks.


FATHERING PROJECT – A huge thank you to the dads who turned up to listen to Paul Hetherington, representative for Western Australia and South Australia. We have now formed a Fathering Group Committee and further information will be communicated to all dads shortly.

OPEN NIGHT – Put it in your diaries as we showcase the learning happening in classrooms. The library, Music Room, Learning Hub and Science Lab will be ready to showcase everything new and wonderful. This will run from 5:30-7:00pm on Wednesday, 31 August. A sausage sizzle and soft drink will be available from the canteen. Remember, the Lego competition will also be running.

Wear Your Footy Colours – Last Friday, 12 August we had our ‘Wear Your Footy Colours’ to school. Thank you, Chloe Theresia and Jessica Danaher in Year 6 for coming up with the idea of free dress and lunch last Friday to raise $1100.00 for the P&F and Patch. Well done girls! Thank you, everyone for your support.

IEP MEETINGS – Thank you to the parents for having rich and engaging conversations about their child as there were moments of celebration and goal setting. Thank you to Mrs Carrello, Mrs Luelf, CEWA representative Mrs Kounis plus the classroom teachers for their professionalism and commitment to the children and their learning in their care.

ILLNESS – I am asking all parents to make sure children who are unwell stay home as we are sending a very large number of students home who are vomiting.

NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK – We’ve been celebrating National Science Week by exploring this year’s theme of, Glass: more than meets the eye. Students have been considering how important glass is in their daily lives and examining the many and varied ways that we use glass. They have also been learning what glass is made of and how it is made. Students from kindy to Year 6 have participated in a range of activities; from lava lamps and kaleidoscopes to ‘glass cookies’ and musical bottles. The students have thoroughly enjoyed exploring glass!

There is a beautiful quote from Janusz Korczak, (a Polish Jewish educator, children’s author and Principal of an orphanage in Warsaw), that I would like to share with you. This quote and the sentiment within, are my hopes and prayer for the children entrusted in our care here at CtK.

“Children are not the people of tomorrow but are people of today. They have a right to be taken seriously, and to be treated with tenderness and respect. They should be allowed to grow into whoever they were meant to be. ‘The unknown person’ inside of them is our hope for the future.”

Andrew Kelly

Messages from the Assistant Principal

Code of Conduct



The Executive Directive – Code of Conduct establishes minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision-making to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all members within the CEWA community. The Code of Conduct also shows us how, as a community our behaviours are a collective work that each day builds social justice into the life of our schools. Pope Francis insists that “true social justice is impossible if the human person is not the centre of concern

  • The Code of Conduct requires that an individual respects the dignity of CEWA Code of Conduct Statements

 First Three Actions.

  1. You act safely and competently.
  2. You give priority to students’ safety and wellbeing in all your behaviour and decision making.
  3. You act in accordance with the values of the Gospel.

This week, STARRS PRODUCTIONS presented to our Year 3- 6 classes;

THE CYBER BULLY A play about cyber bullying. Zoe and her cousin Edward have a lot of time on their hands. They are always online. One day Zoe discovers she can torment the girls she doesn’t like in her class using her favourite social networking sites and her mobile phone. She and Edward let loose thinking its harmless fun. Neither realises the impact of their actions. Things get a little crazy and Zoe starts suffering text-iety, post traumatic texting disorder not to mention post text depression. Eventually Edward and Zoe face the consequences of their actions. The Cyber Bully is an entertaining play that explores the serious issue of cyber bullying among young people. The play looks at the misuse of texting, social networking sites and unauthorized use of pictures and footage. There will be a de-brief session offered after the performance where the actors will address important issues that are raised during the play and occur due to cyber bullying.

STARRS also presented ‘YOUNG MARY’ to the Kindy – Year 2 classes;

St Mary MacKillop was determined, compassionate and steadfast even as a child. This play introduces us to Young Mary and we participate in her many fun filled and spirited childhood adventures. We have lots of fun playing games with Mary, and hearing about her pet cow Borak and her dad Alexander. Then, as she grows, we bear witness to the determination of a hard-working young woman who sets out to eliminate poverty and provide a fair education for all. The play is funny and entertaining and involves the audience in lots of acting and moral decision making. Young Mary’s humour and compassion helps the audience enjoy and understand St Mary MacKillop, whilst appreciating her famous quote; “Never see a need without doing something about it”.

The P&F association would like to invite the

Dads of Christ the King School

To breakfast with your children

Friday 2nd September 2022

7:30am – 8:30am in the school Hall

Come along and enjoy an egg and bacon roll and other refreshments with our school community

We hope you can make it!

Email a photo of the kids with their dads to

 For catering purposes, please RSVP by August 26th your attendance by visiting

 (link can also be found on ctk parent and carers fb page)

 If there are any female caregivers in our school community willing to help out with cooking and serving, please contact Sarah on 0425 125 221

Father’s Day stall

The P&F will once again be running a Father’s Day stall to give the children an opportunity to purchase a little gift for their Dads and Grandads   

Gifts will be priced between $2 and $5 and the children are able to purchase multiple items.

The stall will be held on Monday 29th August for Kindy- Year 6

Tuesday 3oth August for Pre-Kindy.

A few helpers are required to run the Thursday stall from 9am-12:30pm. 
If you are available to help, please contact Angela on 0422138113

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