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O most holy Heart of Jesus, fountain of every blessing, I adore You, I love You, and with a lively sorrow for my sins, I offer You this poor heart of mine. Make me humble, patient, pure and wholly obedient to Your will.
Grant, good Jesus, that I may live in You and for You. Protect me in the midst of danger; comfort me in my afflictions; give me health of body, assistance in my temporal needs, Your blessings on all that I do, and the grace of a holy death. Amen
(The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus – June 7)

Term 2 calendar

MJR Award

The next MJR award will be presented at the Year PPG Assembly on Friday 21 June.

Opal Aged Care Visit

Mrs Konle, Mrs Finlay, Mrs Cresswell, Mrs Bicknell, and the Year 6 choir students visited the Opal Aged Care on Wednesday and performed several songs for the residents.  All the students did an outstanding job and the feedback from the centre was extremely positive – well done everyone!

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Congratulations to all the Year 3 students who received their First Reconciliation last evening in the church.  Thank you to Fr. Mark, Mr. Armstrong, Miss Deuter, Mrs Chambers and Ms Foreman for preparing the students, Mrs Konle for all the work behind the scenes, Mr Leeder for the music, Xavier staff and parents for being in attendance.

LifeLink Day Launch

The Year 6 Discipleship Council, Mrs Konle and Mrs Finlay attended the LifeLink Day launch at Newman College on Wednesday.  They heard from the various LifeLink agencies and how they assist those less fortunate.

School Photos

This year’s school photos will be held on Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 June.  A schedule outlining when classes will be having their photo taken has been sent to families via SeeSaw and is also attached to today’s newsletter.  All sibling photo orders must be paid in advance as no payments will be taken on the day.

The schedule is as follows:

Wednesday – Kindy, Year 2, Year 4, Year 6

Thursday – Pre-Kindy, Pre-Primary, Year 1, Year 3, Year 5

Sibling photos will be taken on both days in the recess and lunch breaks.


We had a great response to our first online order day using the new QuickCliq online ordering system on Wednesday.

Thank you to the families who volunteered to be part of the trial, your support and feedback have been much appreciated. We have decided to open up the system to all families beginning next week, Monday 10 June. Mrs Finlay has sent out a Seesaw message with instructions on how to set up your account and register your child/ren.

With the support of Mrs Richter (canteen manageress), all canteen orders will go cashless by the end of Term 3.

We look forward to your continued support in this new venture for our school.

Library Refurbishment

On Tuesday 18 June, the school library will be getting new shelving installed.  This will allow for greater flexibility and space within the library as well as improving the aesthetics within the room.  Following the instalment, Mrs Wells and Mrs Kelly may require parent assistance to help with restocking the new shelves.  Please notify the front office or speak to either staff member if you are available to assist.

Buzz Ed Incursion - Year 4

Luke from Buzz Ed visited the Year 4 cohort today to teach about the importance of bees and their lifecycles. We learnt about how to spot a queen bee, tasted honey and explored the hive.

Dance Fit Incursion - Kindy

This week, the Kindy children were lucky to have Dance Fit Dance Academy visit and teach us a part of their program ‘READY SET DANCE’. This program has been designed for both boys and girls, focusing on teaching the fundamentals of dance whilst developing confidence, coordination and creativity in a professional and safe environment. The kids had a ball and were so excited to participate in such a fun class. If you think this is an extra curricular activity your child may be interested in, please contact Dance Fit Dance Academy via their email

Digital Conference

In May, fifteen students from Year 3 and 4 were chosen to participate in the 2024 Digital Conference held at St Jerome’s Primary School. The day brought together students from St Jerome’s, Sacred Heart, Xavier, Mater Christi and St. Munchin’s Catholic Primary School. Throughout the day, our students completed a series of iPad and robotics tasks designed by each school, requiring them to think critically, collaboratively and innovatively. The day was based around the book “The All New Must Have Orange 430” by local author Michael Speechly and was a huge success. Our students had a fantastic day and we can’t wait to continue this learning at Xavier in our Technologies classes and coding club.

Faction Cross Country

The school is holding its Faction Cross Country carnival for Years 3-6, on Friday 14 June from 11am-3pm on the school oval.  Parents can attend to support their child/ren.  The Interschool Cross Country will be held on Thursday 25 July for those students in Years 4-6 who make the team.

Before School Reminder

A reminder that all students, upon arrival at school at 8.15am, are required to wait inside the supervised Undercover Area until the 8.30am bell.  If parents/carers are onsite at this time, your child/ren can stay in your care and are not required to wait in the Undercover Area.  It is your responsibility as parents/carers to ensure your child/ren are not playing on the junior oval, trampolines or running around the waiting area.  We please kindly ask that all parents/carers adhere to this request between 8.15am-8.30am.

4-Year-Old Kindy Interviews 2025

2025 Kindy interviews have now commenced and will continue being held until enrolments are full.  If your child is born between 1 July 2020 and 30 June 2021, you are invited to complete an enrolment application form and either email or drop it into the school office so an interview can be arranged.

Year 6 Interschool Sports

Today, the AFL team played against St Joseph’s, Queens Park, in the grand final game. After a hard fought contest, the final result was Xavier 27 points to Queens Park 31 points.

Congratulations to the team and Mr Tucker for making it to the Grand Final.

Jade Lewis Presentation

On Tuesday 11 June, the Years 5 & 6 classes will have an opportunity to listen to Jade Lewis speak to them about her life experience as an aspiring athlete to an addict.  From 9.45am-10.40am, Jade will speak about drugs and alcohol and from 11am-12pm, she will speak about vaping.  Parents (from any grade) are most welcome to attend one or both sessions.  The presentation will be held in the Undercover Area.

A Message from our Social Worker
Mrs Amy Gerick

 Triple P – Positive Parenting Program 

Triple P is the parenting program that helps make raising kids easier. It gives you tips and ideas to help raise happy and confident kids; see more of the behaviours you like and less of the ones you don’t; and have better relationships with your family.

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is available to parents and carers of children in Western Australia, thanks to the Department of Education, Child and Adolescent Health Service, WA Country Health Service, and the Department of Communities. Private providers also deliver Triple P.

Free Triple P Seminars are being offered in various locations. Other Triple P programs may be available in selected regions, with more to come in the future. Most providers offer free sessions. Some sessions may be offered in a virtual/video conference format.

Start now with a free online program  Triple P Online (if your children are under 12), Fear-Less Triple P Online (if your children are 6+ years and having problems with anxiety), Triple P Online for Baby (if you’re a new parent or parent-to-be) or Family Transitons Triple P Online (if you’re separating or divorcing).


Click here for PPP information

P&F News

A reminder that the next P&F Meeting will be held on Tuesday 11 June at 9.00am in the staffroom.  We look forward to seeing you there.