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TC Newsletter:
Volume 24 - August 11, 2017

From the Headmaster

NAIDOC Assembly

On Tuesday, the College gathered together for our annual NAIDOC assembly - this is our opportunity to acknowledge and thank those students with ties to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage for the contribution that they make to the College. At this year's assembly Ben McGuire (12.6) and Jack Cox (12.4) were our MC's and Ben McGuire also gave the Welcome to Country, while Malaki Rodoreda (11.2) read the Prayer. We were entertained by a variety of musicians and dancers. Mr Jake Cox ('16), addressed the boys on what his Trinity education had meant to him and the challenges he faced in his transition from school to University.

Mr Doug Powers, father of Jake Powers (7.4) is an artist and along with students in our Indigenous Program has produced a beautiful painting which spoke about the locations and languages of our Indigenous students, before presenting it to the College.

I thank Mr Gary Malarkey, Mrs Karrene McLernon, Mr Doug Powers and the Aboriginal students and parents who assisted in making this assembly possible.

Parent Council

Last Tuesday night the Parent Council held their Annual General Meeting. Confirmed at this meeting were office bearers for this coming year and I thank Mr Leon Jennings for continuing in the position of Chairperson, Mr Anthony Olivieri as Deputy Chairperson, Mrs Cate Bertram as Treasurer, Mrs Beverly Martinez as Secretary and Mrs Michelle Rapkoch as Parent Ball Co-ordinator, with Parent Ball Assistants Mrs Nancy Siciliano, Mr Paul Spadoni & Mrs Caterina Carcich. Thanks to the new TC Fathers for Others Representative, David Wilkins. Also thanks to continuing members Nathan White, Andrea Dodo - Balu and Suzanne Lawrence and Mr Peter Norman for representing College Leadership.

The Council said farewell to Mr Gordon Taylor, Mrs Bronwyn Meldrum & Mr Steve Salvia who have given many years of dedicated service to the Council. We sincerely thank them for their contribution and commitment to the College.

We also welcome the four new members to the Council: Mrs Caterina Carcich, Mrs Nancy Siciliano, Mr Ian Rundle and Mr David Wilkins.

The Parent Council provides a wonderful service to the College and I thank everyone involved.

Feast Of The Assumption Mass

On Tuesday, 15 August at 8.40am the whole school will gather together for the Feast of Assumption Mass in the College Sports Centre. I warmly invite all parents to join us for this Mass.

College Auxiliary Morning Tea - 18 August

I hope you have the 18 August in your diary. This is the date of their Annual Morning Tea (10.00am - 12noon) and is the highlight of the Perth Social Calendar. This year the Auxiliary have invited Mrs Christina Matthews to speak and she will speak about leadership, life, family goal setting and her role as the Chief Executive Officer of the WACA. Bookings for this event can be made via the following link:

The ladies of the College Auxiliary are working hard behind the scenes to ensure that this wonderful event will be as successful this year as it has always been in the past. The Auxiliary rely on our Community to contribute to this event to ensure its success. Emails have been sent home to families in Years 9, 10 and 11 requesting help with providing food for the morning tea, and to Year 7 families asking for donations for the ever-popular College Auxiliary raffle held on the morning. Copies of these letters are attached to this Newsletter. The famous TC community spirit is always abundantly evident at this event, and your contribution is greatly valued.

Winter Sport Windups

With one final fixture against Scotch College this weekend it means that the Winter Season is drawing to a close. I am aware that all sports are organising a wind-up and trophy presentation event and I thank the coaches and the organising committees for their efforts in this area. I take this opportunity to remind all students and parents that any "afters" which may be organised are NOT sanctioned by the school and that there is no supervision provided at these events by the College. In the past, we have had experiences where these have attracted an unwarranted element and our students have been hurt. Please support one another and say NO to either organising them or allowing your son to attend.

Fun Run For India - Friday 18 August

A reminder that the Fun Run for India will be held on Friday 18 August. If every student was to raise $30.00, then we would raise over $30,000, which will be taken to India with our Pilgrims. Please give this event your full support.

Year 9 Mass

On Tuesday, 29 August at 9.35am, the Year 9 students will gather together for their Term 3 Mass. I warmly invite all parents to join us for Mass and to stay for a "cuppa" afterwards. RSVP's to Beverly Martinez on or phone 92238106.

Locker Security

A reminder to all boys that you need to make sure that you have a thick and sturdy lock on your locker. Despite increased security the school has been targeted recently by thieves coming onto the property late at night and systematically going through lockers. They choose lockers that don't have a lock as well as those that have small, flimsy locks that can be easily broken. Please do not leave any valuables in your locker overnight. Any boys who have had items stolen should see their Head of Year.

Extended Absences

A reminder to all parents that if it is necessary for your son to miss school for an extended time, this notification needs to be put in writing directed to me. I ask that such disruptions are kept to a minimum as Trinity College is a school where holidays are plentiful and the decision to remove a boy from classes can be detrimental to his learning.

I ask for your support in the delivery of the full education program offered by the College ensuring your son attends school for the entire term.

Independence For Boys

Michael Grose has written a great article on developing independence and self sufficiency in boys. To read please click here. 

Change Of Leadership

As I made you aware late last term, I have been asked to fill in for the principal of St Mary's, Broome whilst he is on LSL. This begins on Monday and hence Mr Peter Norman will be the Acting Headmaster until the end of term. I feel confident that you will give him your full support and I look forward to returning to the College for Term 4.

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Upcoming Events

Term Three

Week 5

Monday, 14 August

Athletics season commences

Tuesday, 15 August

8:40am Feast of the Assumption Whole School Mass

Angelico Art Exhibition Opening Night

Wednesday, 16 August

Year 11 Geography Excursion

Friday, 18 August

8:00am Mass

10:00am Auxiliary Morning Tea - Gibney Hall

Fun Run for India Soccer Windup

Saturday, 19 August

WA Classical Guitar Festival

Sunday, 20 August

WA Classical Guitar Festival

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Junior School News

African Beat Incursion

The Junior School boys enjoyed an incursion with the African Beat music group "SALAKA". It was very interactive and a lot of fun. Instruments are available for purchase for interested parents at

Year 6 Parent Reminder

A reminder to all current Year 6 parents to send in their signed Confirmation of Enrolment forms to confirm your son's enrolment for high school.

Mrs Petra Spencer | Registrar

Religious Education - The Miracle Of New Life In 6 White

Last Monday we received 10 eggs for hatching in our classroom, 6 White. They didn't do much for two days, they just sat in the warm and humid incubator. Then they began hatching! One, two, then five and finally nine fluffy baby chicks. This week we have learned how to look-after and care for them, this is called "Husbandry." We have also learned how the pick-up and handle the chicks so they feel loved and safe. It is amazing that each of the chicks has a different personality. Some are loud, some timid and some very sleepy. We have had our Year 4 White Buddies visit to see and learn how to hold the chicks. Today, other classes have also come in for some chick time. We taught them how to hold them so they feel safe. It is amazing that these cute and fluffy creations of God grew from just two cells. Mr Maxfield told us that it is five years good luck if you are pooped on! We have enough good luck to last us the rest of our lives! The chicks are being adopted by the families of boys in 6 White so we will get photos of them as they grow.

6 White students

Catholic Performing Arts Festival

This week our Junior Vocal Ensemble represented Trinity at the Catholic Performing Arts Festival. The boys sang beautifully and as always to a very high standard, well done to all the boys. Next week BIG is performing on Friday evening. I am looking forward to seeing their energetic and entertaining performance. Next week also, is the Presentation Evening for the Angelico Visual Arts Exhibition. Congratulations to Lennox McGrath (6B), who will be an award recipient for his entry in this competition.

Winter Sport

The winter sport season for this year is officially over. Thank you to Mr Luke Thompson for co-ordinating the season and to all the coaches involved for their time and effort in assisting the boys to develop their skills and team play. Thank you also to the parents and grandparents who support the boys each week.


Good luck to our Year 6 team who are representing Trinity for the Da Vinci Decathlon next Thursday. The Da Vinci Decathlon is a day-long competition in which the participants are challenged in 10 different disciplines including Mathematics, engineering, art and poetry, science, English and code-breaking.

Book Week

Book Week runs from August 21 to August 25. As this coincides with an extremely busy week for the Junior School, we are celebrating with a "Dress-Up as a Book Character day" on Friday 18, August. The theme for Book Week this year is Escape to Everywhere. I encourage all boys to dress up in this theme or as a character from a book they enjoy. I would also encourage boys to bring the book to school that contains their character. The dress-up parade will commence at 10:50am.

Dates To Remember
Tuesday, 15 August
  • Feast of the Assumption College Mass 8:40am
Thursday, 17 August
  • Da Vinci Decathlon
Friday, 18 August
  • Book Week Dress up Parade 10:50am
  • Wind Ensemble Assembly at 2:30pm
  • BIG at Catholic Performing Arts 7pm


Mr M Tucker ('87)| Head of Junior School

Prefects' Corner

Wow what a week in the Trinity College Junior School! The week started off with the African Beat incursion. We learnt about the music and dance of African culture. Which turned out to be very interesting and fun.

On Tuesday the Junior Vocal Ensemble attended the Catholic Performing Arts Festival at St Benedict's Church in Applecross. We also had a few boys from Years 5 and 6 perform at Zenith Music for violin solos. Then on Thursday we had our Junior school sport fixtures against Scotch at Waterford. This was our last winter sports fixture for the year and for the Year 6s, their last winter sport fixture in the Junior School.

On Friday the Year 6's had their incursion called Becoming a Man, which was about how we will grow in to young men and what will change for us. We also had the 5 Blue assembly that we enjoyed a lot.

Adam De Masi (6W) and Joel Carcich (6B)

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Secondary School News

Year 9 student William Rowney (9.6) with his award

Australian Geography Competition

I would like to congratulate Year 9 student William Rowney (9.6) for achieving in the top 1% of students in the 2017 Australian Geography Competition. This competition attracted over 70000 students from over 700 schools. Congratulations also go to the following students for achieving a High Distinction grade:

  • Year 8 - Kurt Arthur (8.2), Benjamin Shah (8.6), Lachlan Moroney (8.8), Fraser O'Sullivan (8.2), Lachlan Eames (8.1), Sholto Foss (8.7), Luke Alderslade (8.7) and Timothy Robinson (8.8)
  • Year 9 - Ethan Throssell (9.7)
  • Year 10 - Aidan Darmawan (10.6) and Ethan Gosatti (10.1)

Mr Chris Allanson | Head of Humanities

Edmund Rice Outreach Intercultural Soccer Match

This Monday August the 7th, a relatively unorganised and freshly developed Year 11 Trinity soccer team, consisting of only two experienced soccer players, travelled to Queens Park Primary school to challenge the local refugee team. The event was organized through the Edmund Rice Centre in Mirrabooka, which has developed a sports program to help young people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) backgrounds to integrate with the wider community. The idea for a Trinity team to play a soccer game with this group was initiated by Prefects Nicholas Ellison (12.5) and Luke Scarfone (12.8) earlier in the year.

Year 12 students were unable to participate due to other commitments at this time, so a group of year 11 students volunteered to be involved. The boys travelled with confidence and poise, unknowing of the task ahead. Upon arrival, the warm-up was led by the captain of the day Zac Robinson (11.5), followed by an inspirational pre-game speech by Tylen Keizer (11.3), that provided the team with elation and confidence prior to the match. The local team soon arrived, interrupting the flow of our warm-up. Dressed in full kits with studs and shin-pads, whilst most of the Trinity team had their school sneakers, creating some doubt within the squad. Despite this, the team exhibited a superb effort in the first half to only be trailing by one goal. The local team displayed their skills in the second half and along with some unfortunate injuries to key players the result was that the final score was 5-3.

The teams competed with exemplary sportsmanship and the boys demonstrated wholeheartedly the TC spirit. Following the match, Trinity was invited to local Suleyman mosque where we shared a sausage sizzle with the winning side and the local police who were also present as part of the Common Ground program. This aims to create positive relationships and break down barriers between the police and local CaLD youth. After this we were welcomed into the mosque to learn a little about the Muslim faith and their connections with our Christian heritage. We thanked them sincerely for hosting such a fantastic event. Special acknowledgment to Mrs Stewart for arranging the match that all the boys were fortunate to participate in.

Sean Carroll (11.3)

NEPAL Go Fund Me

A group of boys are going to Nepal at the end of the year. With the funds donated they will use them to go towards our community project. Our project will take place in either Kathmandu Valley which will consist of building schools or likewise for the locals in the area. Another option to where the funds will be going is to Pokhara where they will be used to help the locals build and fix their water management reducing floods and diseases.
All donations are greatly appreciated and will be used to help out the less fortunate. To donate click here:

Ms Rebekah Harris-Miller | Nepal Fundraiser

Nepal Acoustic Night with David Pigram

Join us for an acoustic night with David Pigram, from the Pigram Brothers! Proceeds go to Nepal Volunteer Projects. To purchase tickets, please click on this link:

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College News

Leader Groups & Year 6 Graduation Photos

The Leader Groups and Year 6 Graduation photos are now available online to view and purchase. To access the gallery, follow the below procedure:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on the Trinity logo
  3. Enter password: plup47
Br Gerry Faulkner Writing Competition

Miss Emma McLevie | Library Technician

Ms Rita Basilio | Art Coordinator
Uniform Shop News
  • The uniform shop is open Tuesdays 7:30am - 4:30pm and Fridays 7:30am - 1:30pm.
  • Our Online Store has been updated and you can now purchase all uniform items from years 4-12 online via Students just need to come to the uniform shop and pick up there purchase on any Tuesday or Friday. If you are not sure of the sizing just note size up in store and we will fit your son out. This new online store will help with all the phone call and early morning stress for the students. If you place the order in the morning or even when the students are at school, we will receive the order and the boys can call in and pick up their uniform. We are really excited about the new online shop as we think it will save you and our students time and stress. Please note, no first team uniforms are available online.
  • We now have a new rain jacket from size 10 to size extra extra large. The cost of the rain jacket is $28.00. Trinity umbrellas are $35.00. The Trinity College supporter jacket is in stock, cost is $95.00, and it is a very warm soft shell jacket. A great jacket for winter sport.
  • Please call into the uniform shop any Tuesday or Friday for any uniform enquiries

Mrs Judy Mackintosh | Uniform Shop Manager

Pre Season Swimming For Fitness

Now that Winter Sport is finished, all Senior Swim Team members and any interested Junior School students are invited to attend pre-season fitness swimming, free of cost. When: Monday-Thursday 3.30-4.45pm. Week 5-Week 10.

Conditions: Boys can only attend if they are NOT required for Athletics training. Boys can attend any or all sessions and should bring a working attitude.

Junior school boys are sponsored under the 'Sporting Schools' program and do not need to be a member of the swim team, but will need to be able to swim non-stop comfortably for 400m (Stage 7 and above).

Looking forward to seeing you at the pool next week.

Mr Dion Mepham | Aquatics Specialist

TC Music Fundraiser

Please help us reach our fundraising goal and support Trinity College by purchasing an Entertainment membership. We still have a few memberships left, so hurry and get yours today so you don't miss out on all the great additional offers coming this winter like El Publico, Jamie's Italian, Bib & Tucker, iFly and many many more. You only need to use it twice to pay for itself.Please order today by calling 9223 8155 or order online at

Books are available for pick up from the music office, first floor, Cultural Centre. Free deliverey is now available for orders ordered before August, 31.

Auxiliary Morning Tea Information

The Trinity College Auxiliary invites you to their Annual Morning Tea! This year's guest speaker is Christina Matthews (CEO of the WACA and former Australian cricketer). You can purchase your tickets via TryBooking via this link: Please note that parking at Gloucester Park will be available until noon. Don't miss out on this great event!

If you are able to help then the Auxiliary would love assistance for both Thursday, 17 and Friday, 18 August. Assistance on Friday, 18 August required from 8am or after the event. If you would like to volunteer for this wonderful event then please contact Mrs Beverly Martinez on

Food Donations

Year 7 and 9, 10, 11: Families are requested to make the once a year contribution as detailed below. Vegetarian & gluten free options gladly accepted - please label accordingly. All food should be left in Gibney Hall kitchen from 8:00am on Friday, 18 August.

Year 7 Families: Raffle prize donations please.Please leave at Main Reception by Wednesday, 16 August.Goods or services gladly accepted: small or large.
Year 9 Families: Loaf of sandwiches, (e.g. chicken & avocado, smoked salmon, turkey & cranberry, curried egg, etc.) Please leave uncut and place whole sandwiches in the bread bag as will be cut in morning to maintain freshness.
Year 10 Families: Homemade slices (slices preferable to whole cakes) please leave slices uncut and on disposable plates.
Year 11 Families: Homemade savouries (e.g. quiches, savoury tartlets, sausage rolls, etc.) no frozen or uncooked items please on disposable plates


Funds raised by the Morning Tea are donated by the Auxiliary back to the College providing benefits for all our sons.

Trinity College Auxiliary

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Soccer Presentation Evening

Only two weeks to go! A reminder that the Presentation Evening is fast approaching and tickets sales close on Wednesday, 16 August!

Details for the evening are below:

When: Friday, 18 August 2017 @ 6:30pm.

Where: Trinity College, Gibney Hall

Cost: Early bird tickets $25 per person (purchased on/before Sunday, 13 August). $30 per person thereafter. Tickets must be purchased for all attendees including players. You can purchase tickets via the Online Store.

More information is available on the Trinity College friends of Soccer website

Raffle Hamper Details

I am also seeking donations suitable for Hampers to raffle during the night. Proceeds will go to help raising future Trinity College soccer stars. If you have any items you wish to donate please drop them off to Student Services, alternatively they can be given to me any time before Monday, 14 August.

2018 Soccer Tour

Parents of the 2018 Soccer touring party, please note that payment 1 is now available via the Online Store. Please settle this payment on/before Friday, 18 August (Week 5). You should have received an email from me this week if your son has been selected for the tour. Prompt payment is appreciated so flights can be booked as soon as possible.

Ben Kriszyk | 1st XI Soccer Manager


Please click here to read the latest Rugby Newsletter.

Carl Pagano | 2017 TCRC President


Team Result
1st XI Lost
2nd XI Won
3rd XI Won
4th XI Won vs CCGS 10C
5th XI No Game
10A Lost
10B Won
10D No Game
9A Won
9B Lost
9C Lost
8A Won
8B Won
8C Lost to AC 9D
8D Lost to Hale
7A Drew
7B Lost
7C Lost
7D Won against Hale
Team Result
1st XVIII Lost
2nd XVIII Lost
3rd XVIII Blue Won against Scotch
3rd XVIII Green Lost to Christ Church
10A Lost
10B Lost
9A Won
9B Lost
8A Lost
8B Lost
7/8C Won
7A Lost
7B Lost
Team Result
1st XI Lost
2nd XI Lost
9A Lost
8A Lost
7A Lost
7B Lost
Team Result
1st XV Won
2nd XV Lost to Scotch
10 Lost
9 Won
8 Won
7 Lost
Cross Country
Team Result
Senior School Finished 3rd
Middle School Finished 3rd
Team Result
1st VI Lost
2nd VI Lost
3rd VI Lost
4th VI Won
5th VI Won
6th VI Lost
9A Lost
9B Lost

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Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association

TOBA President Peter Torre ('89) with Nathan Tobin ('23)

Toba President's Award For TC Spirit

Congratulations to Yr 6 student, Nathan Tobin ('23) for winning the TOBA President's Award for TC Spirit. Nathan's teacher said: From the minute this young man began his journey at Trinity College, he has embodied the school maxim of being a 'Man for Others'. You will constantly find him putting others before himself without thinking twice, in fact, he is probably running through a mental list of who will be winning this award without even considering himself. He is a Man for Others in the classroom, offering guidance and assistance to his peers in a warm, gentle manner. He is a Man for Others in the playground, ensuring everyone feels included and accepted. He is a Man for Others on the sporting field, playing fairly and representing his school with pride. He is a Man for Others in the way he interacts with his teachers, displaying the utmost respect in every interaction and earning a high level of respect in return. Needless to say, if you are looking for an example of a true, genuine Trinity College Man you should look no further than this month's TOBA Award recipient, Nathan Tobin!

Upcoming Reunions
Friday, 11 August

Class of 1987 - 30th Anniversary Reunion

Thursday, 17 August

Class of 1962 - 55th Anniversary Reunion

Saturday, 7 October

Class of 1992 - 25th Anniversary Reunion

Saturday, 14 October

Class of 1977 - 40th Anniversary Reunion

Saturday, 14 October

Class of 1982 - 35th Anniversary Reunion

Saturday, 11 November

Class of 1997 - 20th Anniversary Reunion

Saturday, 11 November

Class of 2007 - 10th Anniversary Reunion


Invitations to the above Reunions have been posted. If you have not received your copy, please advise us of your current contact details by calling 9223 8178 or emailing

Diane Millar | Executive Officer | TOBA

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Canteen Roster

Week beginning Monday, 14 August 2017


Jane Gilbert, Amanda Fritz, Rose Chang


Fiona Galvin


Danielle Thorpe, Maria Makinson, Rose Chang


Andrea Milburne


Carmella Rosso, Michelle Webb, Megan Gahler, Caterina Carcich (Lunchtime only)

If you would like to volunteer or have any enquiries, please contact Carol Watson on 0409 110 319.

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Community News

Parenting Boys Course

Boys are awesome. They're also exhausting, challenging and can be difficult to manage at times.
The key to raising a happy, confident and balanced boy is to understand what makes him tick. Our Parenting Boys online course delves into the minds of boys; exploring emotions, behaviour, organisation, learning, communication and sexuality. From pre-school through to teens, this course empowers parents to be one step ahead with practical tools and strategies to assist in raising happy sons to become fine young men. The three-week course will address:

  • The psychology of boys
  • The development and physiology of boys from pre-school to teens
  • Communicating with boys
  • and a lot more

The course starts Friday, 18 August 2017. For more information please visit the Parenting Ideas website via this link.

Ursula Frayne Alumni

Are YOU a Former Student or Staff Member? Are you a former student or staff of St Joachim's, Xavier College, Our Lady Help of Christians, Our Lady of Mercy or Ursula Frayne Catholic College? We are looking for you to join the newly formed Alumni. Let us help you reconnect with your old school and friends. Go to our website and complete the registration form (under Community) or contact Mary McGonigle on 9470 0925 or to have a form sent to you. In 2019, we celebrate 120 years since our foundation school was opened and we would like to have as many former students and staff join us in celebration.

RCIA At St Peter's Parish

Do you know anyone who might be thinking of becoming a Catholic? Tell them about the parish RCIA process, which will be beginning soon in St Peter's Parish, Bedford. A little encouragement may be enough to lead them to make the decision to join the process and become a full member of our community. We expect to begin sessions in August. Anyone who would like more information should contact Chris deSilva on 9276 2736.

Academic Task Force

Enrol today in Academic Task Force Weekend Tuition Classes in Maths, Science and English for Years 7 - 10 and ATAR classes for Years 11 & 12. You will receive individual help to strengthen your understanding in areas of need in your courses before final exams. Master Classes are also available for Year 11 and 12 students seeking higher achievement and mastery of their subjects in exams. To enrol visit the Academic Task Force website at or speak with your Year Coordinator for a brochure.

ATI Martial Arts

Give your child the help they deserve to build their confidence, self esteem, focus, strength and life skills in our specially designed programs just for kids. Starting from 4 years and up, ATI is a great kickstart for your children. Book now for a FREE 2 week pass! Call Anthony on 0402 144 018 or visit for more information.

Youth Groups Around Perth

Infant Jesus Parish 24:7 Morley Youth Group
For all youth in Years 6-12
Every Friday night, 6-8pm in the Parish Hall
For more info call Roger 0434 988 711 or Elizabeth 0410 554 393

All Saints Parish 24:7 Greenwood Youth Group
For all youth in Years 6-12
Every Sunday night 6.30-8pm @ the Ahern Centre (Liwara Catholic Primary School)
For more info call Lynn 0452 413 942 or Lionel 0405 107 841

24:7 Ocean Reef Youth Group
Meets on 2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays of the month
6-8pm @ St Simon Peter Parish meeting room
For all youth in Years 6-12
For more info call Amanda 0421 144 992 or Samuel 0474 310 944

24:7 Osborne Park Youth Group
For all youth in Years 7-12
Every Friday night, 7.30-9.30pm @ 67 Howe St, Osborne Park
For more info call Jacinta 0497 611 312 or Joel 0421 725 582

24:7 South Youth Group
All youth in Years 7-12 are invited!
Every Friday night @ 7-9pm in the Kolbe College Sports Hall
For more info call Ming Yan 0414 998 043 or Matt 0421 746 858

24:7 Servite Youth Group
All youth in Years 6-12 are invited!
Every Friday of school term @ 3:30 - 5:30pm in Servite College Chapel
Youth of St Kieran's & St Denis parishes also welcome!
For more info contact Paul 0430 636 274 or Kym 0400 042 232

24:7 Nedlands Youth Group
For all youth in Years 6 - 12
Every Friday night, 6 - 8pm @ Holy Rosary Parish, Nedlands
For more information call Noel 0433 772 357 or Catherine 0424 196 585


MercyCare is the leading not-for-profit catholic provider of aged care, family, health, disability and community services. Our Community and Home services provide support to assist individuals over the age of 65yrs to remain as independent as possible in their own home. There have been many changes within aged care over the last few years, and many people do not realise that there are government funded services available to individuals to keep them living at home for longer. These services can be flexible and include support to participate in social activities or to keep up with the essentials, assistance with everyday household tasks and assistance in supporting everyday personal care activities.

The services also include in-home nursing assistance with wound-care, continence management, and medication management. There are also many support services available for carers to enable them to take a break. Please call Samantha from MercyCare on 6228 1537 to discuss the support services that are available to help you. Alternatively please email:

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