Catholic Education South Australia
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From the Principal

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends of All Saints,

It was wonderful to have many parents and friends at our Leadership Assembly last Friday.
The All Saints Children’s Leadership Group for 2020 were very nervous, however they managed to lead the assembly demonstrating their skills.  The staff were delighted to have so many children receiving awards for their dedication to their learning, care of their environment, looking after each other and bravery and courage in the face of adversity. 


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From the Director of Welbeing

Recently I read an article about how much sleep children and teens need and how we support them to get enough. There have been changed recommendations for how much sleep children and teens need. Australian Sleep associations have accepted recommendations from the US based National Sleep Foundation that there is more individual variation than previously thought regarding the amount of sleep required for young people.
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Ash Wednesday Mass

Join us for Ash Wednesday Mass.

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2020 School Photo Day

School Photo information was sent home with your child earlier this week. If you would like a family photograph, please collect a sibling envelope from the Front Office at your earliest convenience.

Please take the time to read the relevant information on the MSP Photography payment envelope which came home with your child/ren this week, and remember these helpful points:

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2020 Mid-Year Intake

Enrolments are now open for Reception mid-year 2020, as well as Term 1, 2021.

Contact Leisa Macey, Registrar for further information.  

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Arrivals and Departures

Your Child's Safety Is Our Primary Concern.

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Playgroup is held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the transportable unit adjacent to the hall from 9:00am - 10:45am.

You are welcome to join us for fun play, games, stories and making new friends.  Please bring along a hat, drink and healthy snack for your child. 

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School Calendar

We have all of our events and important dates detailed on our calendar or available on our whole year calendar.

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Focus on 2DT

In 2DT we have been exploring the All Saints Symbol and values. Why we have an All Saints logo and what it means. We then unpacked what each element represents and why it is important to the All Saints community. 

Children then created the All Saints symbol using different materials, such as plasticine and natural objects.

What can you see in the symbol?
A cross - Jessica
Kind of a shape like an ‘s’ but shaped the other way - Layla
It has the cross through the middle - Zac
The place where it is standing on is like waves - Layla

Do you know what each element on the All Saints symbol represents?
I think the cross represents the church - Ivy
I think the cross represents God and Jesus - Tahlia
I think the fire represents the spirit and the water represents the spirit again - Abigail

Tell me about the All Saints symbol you created……..
We made ours out of animals because God looks after animals - Riley
We looked at the All Saints symbol on the board and we counted how many waves there was and did 5 layers of rocks - Zac 
I tried to point out the waves, then bended up and then I got some of the blue and rolled into a wiggly worm shape - Layla
I made my symbol in the sign of the cross and I made it to show God loves me - Ellula
It is a 3D one and it can stand up - Jessica
This represents the life of Jesus because he died on the cross and the sky means for God - Tennayah 
Mine represents God and Jesus because they represent our land and they were really kind to others - Tahlia
The ‘S’ represents spirit and the ocean represents all the animals that got made - Sienna
Sannanah and I did team work, we copied the picture that was on the board and we tried to make it stand up but it didn’t work so we had to make it stronger - Abigail and Savannah

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From the APRIM

It is the end of week 4 already! Time flies when you’re having fun.

Last week we officially introduced and congratulated the CRCs from Reception to Year 5 and it was our Year 6 Children’s Leadership Group who ran this assembly; leadership for children, by children. At this same assembly we also recognised children who attended school every single day last year. Wow! And our first batch of Saint Awards were presented to our community.

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Ms Keogh's All Saints Stars

At All Saints we believe in recognising positive behaviour.  Regularly Ms Keogh invites learners who have continually gone over and above, to share a drink and a chat together.

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Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday and Bush Fire Fundraiser

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All Saints Community Meeting

Join our Deputy Principal, Nick Wright and meet our current members of the All Saints Community at our next meeting - Thursday 5 March 2020.

Everyone Welcome!

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Out of School Hours Sport

All Saints Out of School Hours Sport is played in Term 2 and 3.  It is now time to register your child online, using our new electronic form for this upcoming 2020 season.  
This year we are offering the following sports:
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Netball
  • Net Set Go 
  • Football
If your child wishes to play one or more of these sports in 2020, please complete the Registration and Medical Form.
Alternatively a hard copy of the form is available from the front office if required.
This form needs to be completed no later than Tuesday the 10th of March so that teams can be finalised and registered. Please Note: Any registrations that are received after this date may not be processed.
General Information
Teams are unable to go ahead without coaches so please consider whether this is something that you might be interested in doing. 
Please be aware that each child must have a parent or designated carer present at all Out of School Hour’s Sports events/games, etc.
Players will be given an applicable top depending on which sport they are playing to wear at all games.  Tops will need to be returned to the school at the end of the season.  Failure to return the top will incur a $50 replacement fee.  Some other items that make up the uniform will need to be purchased by the parent/carer.  More details regarding these items and the individual sports will be sent out closer to the season.
If you have any questions or require any further information please contact Joanne at 
Joanne Worrall
Sports Coordinator
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The Nest Cafe

We would love you to join us in the All Saints Nest Cafe for a coffee and catch-up, Friday mornings straight after school drop-off. We look forward to seeing you there.

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