Year 10 Information Handbook
The School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) are the government authority who facilitate the development and implementation of the curriculum from Kindy to Year 12. Each year they release a handbook for Year 10 students and parents with information relevant to Year 11 and 12 studies. The 2021 Year 10 Information Handbook can be accessed at this link.
I would encourage Year 10 students and their parents to read the handbook as it provides valuable information in conjunction with the Year 10 Pathways Planning Program taught at John XXIII College. This information will also be elaborated on at the Year 10 Parent Information Evening to be held later this term in preparation for 2022 Year 11 course selection early in Term 3.
Deputy Principal - Teaching & Learning
Years 7-12 Remote Learning
Given recent events within our State it is timely to remind our students and parents of the College’s protocols should the need arise for us to return to remote learning. Whilst our Year 12 students are familiar with the processes given the situation in early February, it is important that all of our Year 7-11 students and parents are aware of the College’s processes for remote learning.
Both the student and parent guidelines are available in the SEQTA Documents tab. Please ensure you have updated the options selected to ensure the correct year group is ticked in the options tab of the Documents screen as per the screenshot.
Deputy Principal - Teaching & Learning
Loreto House Day
On Thursday we celebrated Loreto day. The day started off with our year sevens spreading the love by bringing treats and sharing with the rest of the year sevens. We then had our assembly where Madison Gunasekera was presented with the 2021 Loreto service award, well deserved for giving her all to Loreto House. Felix Frichot and Isabella Van Helden were the winners of our credit draw. The Loreto talent was in full force in our variety show
The day finished with us doing what we do best, being men and women for others. Lead by Ms Toleman, twenty-four Loreto students prepared meals for Shopfront.
It is so great to be part of a great family.
Loreto House Coordinator
Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition
A large number of Mathematic students from Years 7-12 took part in the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition. This competition is a highly challenging problem-solving assessment, which seeks to identify computer programming potential in students.
Well done to all students who took part and a special congratulations to the following students who performed in the top two of their Year group. Certificates will be awarded at an upcoming assembly.
Head of Learning Area - Mathematics
Well done to all Houses for competing in our Interhouse Cross-Country Carnival last Friday 30 May. It was a fantastic day with perfect running conditions and a wonderful competitive atmosphere. Individual results have been posted up in the pavilion from Tuesday for students to view and report any issues.
The winners of the Fr Gaetan Pereira Cup and the Spirit Award will be announced at our next secondary assembly on Thursday 20 May.
Our Winter NAS competition is set to start next week with our first round against Newman College.
Most teams are full, however there are still a few players needed for the following:
- Year 8 and 9 Boys Soccer
- Year 9/10 Girls Soccer
- Year 10 Boys Soccer
If there are any students wishing to play in these teams, please see or email Miss Kononen on email@example.com
All Year 7-10 NAS teams have been uploaded to the Seqta notices.
Please find the fixtures for our Winter NAS program below:
Well done for all our Senior NAS teams for displaying such strong commitment to training sessions over the past few weeks. All squads will train under the direction of their specific coaches in the lead up to the Senior One Day Carnival on Wednesday 23 June. To ensure their positions on the team, senior students are encouraged to attend these training sessions. Training days will be communicated through the senior coaches.
- Champions League Netball – Ms Lorrelle Fortune and Ms Jodi Power
- Champions League Soccer – Mr Ciaran Gallagher and Mrs Janeen Murphey
- Champions League Badminton – Mr Jerram Gibson
First XVIII AFL
Congratulations to Mr Darren Kowal and his First XVIII AFL boys on a great win against Newman College this week. The boys have a home game next week against Servite College on Wednesday 12 May.
Year 8/9 Eagles Cup
Congratulations to our Year 8/9 Eagles Cup team for winning their first game against Churchlands Senior High School. Thank you to Mr Bill Quartermaine and Mr Sean Oorloff for your time and commitment coaching our boys. The team have an away game next Thursday 13 May against Shenton College.
ACC Hockey Challenge
The ACC Hockey Challenge squad trials took place this week with some incredible talent on display. A second trial/training session will take place on Tuesday 11 May from 7:00-8:00am to finalise our two teams. All students are expected to arrive dressed with their shin pads and mouth guards.
The ACC Hockey Challenge competitions are scheduled for Week 9 of this term on the dates below:
- Girls - Tuesday 15 June
- Boys - Thursday 17 June
Any questions please see or email Mr Josh Bowen on firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to all the students selected to represent the College at the 2021 ACC Cross-Country Carnival. Students have been selected based on their performances at the Interhouse Cross-Country Carnival and their performance at morning our training sessions. All ACC Squad members are expected to attend our training sessions on Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00-8:00am in the lead up to the big day on Thursday 27 May. A reminder that training is open to all students of all abilities.
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Congratulations to Anna Walsh, Year 10 for being selected for the Interstate WA U/15 netball squad. Due to COVID the squad will not be going to Canberra to compete, instead an alternative competition will be arranged.
Head of Sport