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  • WCSESC e-Bulletin Week 6 Term 2 2018

    CARNIVAL OF VENICE - WEDNESDAY 13TH JUNE 2018

    Please remember that on Wednesday 13th June students and staff have the opportunity of wearing free dress as part of the Carnival of Venice celebrations. Please refer to the parent letter sent home last week which details the arrangements for this day.

    STUDENT FREE DAYS FOR RELOCATION - FRIDAY 15TH AND MONDAY 18TH JUNE 2018

    Please be reminded that Friday 15th June will be a student free day to allow for packing for the relocation with Monday 18th June set aside for unpacking at Warwick, with the physical relocation taking place on Saturday 16th June. We look forward to welcoming all the students to our new school site at Warwick on Tuesday 19th June 2018.

    THE OPEN CAFÉ THURSDAY 21ST JUNE 2018

    Please be advised that due to unforeseen circumstances the Open Café scheduled to be held on Thursday 21st June 2018 has been cancelled. The speakers will be rescheduled to future Open Cafes in Term 3. We wish to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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  • WCSESC e-Bulletin Week 6 Term 2 2018

    SENSES RUGBY LAUNCHES IN PERTH

    SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 2018

    Founded in 2015 Australian Rugby Sevens Olympian, Jesse Parahi, Sense Rugby is a rugby based Occupational Therapy program designed to help kids who usually find it difficult to be part of a sports team. Teaming up with Rugby WA and Calm and Connected, Sense Rugby are launching in Perth with a Come and Try launch day on Saturday 16th June at RugbyWA HQ from 10.00am – 2.00pm. The free and fun session will be run by Australian Rugby Sevens Olympian, Jesse Parahi! To sign up, contact Katie Barnes on 0488 990 083 or katie.barnes@westernforce.com.au

    JOONDALUP ENTERTAINERS THEATRE SCHOOL (JETS

    JETS (Joondalup Entertainers Theatre School) run classes in acting, singing, musical theatre, hip hop / urban, break dancing for youth with disabilities. JETS in conjunction with Coloured Spaghetti and PHASE (please see attached) have inclusion classes in drama, singing and hip hop. Please see the attached web links for further information on the program they run: www.jetswebs.com www.facebook.com/JoondalupEntertainersTheatre School www.facebook.com/colouredspaghetti www.perthealthcare.com.au JETS also run a school holiday programme for students with disabilities, the details of which will be coming out shortly. Should you have any questions regarding the variety of programs run for children with special needs, please contact Ros Boyer for more information at: info@jetsweb.com.au or call 9405 7987 or 0413 959 189

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  • WCSESC e-Bulletin Week 6 Term 2 2018

    FIRETECH – BUILD, CODE, CREATE COURSES

    2ND – 6TH JULY 2018

    Firetech will be running Build, Code and Create courses during the July school holidays between 2nd and 6th July at ECU Joondalup Campus from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Firetech courses help promote STEM and digital technology and are ideal for any child interested in this area. Firetech will be coming into school to run an 8 week course in Term 3 and 4 and will undertake professional learning for staff. An introduction to their programs will be provided for identified students and we will be discussing this with students in Term 3. If your child is interested in coding, then the school holiday club would be a great introduction to next semester. For more information, please contact firetech.wa.edu.au or call 1300 347 383.

    You Can Do It! Weekly Student

    Awards

    We would like to recognise, acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of our students on a weekly basis through the You Can Do It! Program, identified through the 5 keys of Persistence, Getting Along, Confidence, Organization and Resilience.

    Many congratulations to the following students:

    Yash from AREA A Yash is to be congratulated for demonstrating his daily and weekly organizational skills. He manages work placement three days a week with school two days a week. To stay organised Yash regularly checks his timetable and class planner to see which activities he is at school for – such as community access, photography, the Year 13 Social Group and the Warwick transition visits. Yash is also excellent at giving us friendly reminders when he won’t be at an event because of his other commitments. Thank you for your good planning and organisation Yash!

  • WCSESC e-Bulletin Week 6 Term 2 2018

    You Can Do It! Weekly Student

    Awards

    Reece from AREA B Reece is a popular member of the class and across the Centre. He enjoys socialising with his peers and interacting with the staff. His smile and greetings each morning brings joy to the class. He is always the first to help and care for others in need. He always uses his manners and initiates and sustains conversations with staff and peers, showing interest in what they have to say by actively listening and asking questions. He enthusiastically contributes to class discussions and is developing his persistence at finishing more challenging tasks. Well done Reece! Kris from AREA C Kris has displayed confidence and shown so much excitement for our visits to Warwick. Kris has also demonstrated fantastic story telling skills through the story he wrote entitled “The Green Mask”. Well done Kris! Alex from AREA D Alex always listens to and makes sure he understands instructions before he starts his work. He has been doing an excellent job of working towards the goal of improving the neatness of his handwriting. Alex has also been catching public transport to and from school and this clearly showcases his independent and conscientious nature. Well done! Eddy from AREA E Eddy has taken a keen interest in the introduction to our Maths rotation lessons. He has identified the effort his Maths teacher uses to create the “Mini Maths” that the students complete at the beginning of each lesson. To help his teacher become more organised and reduce his workload, Eddy has created an online generator that allows “Mini Maths” to be created at just a click of a button! Well done Eddy on helping others with their organisation Eddy! Byron from AREA F Byron is to be congratulated for displaying resilience and persistence by getting along well with his peers and working hard. Well done Byron! Keep up the great effort!

  • WCSESC e-Bulletin Week 6 Term 2 2018

    You Can Do It! Weekly Student

    Awards

    Elijah from AREA G Elijah has displayed great organisational skills throughout the week. He has made an effort to remember to wear his glasses each time he begins a lesson or task and to take them home at the end of each day. Elijah has shown perseverance during reading task by segmenting the long words with support and then blending them independently to form complete sentences. Furthermore, he is to be thanked for the humour he brings into the classroom! Matthew from AREA H Matthew has had a great week at school and has demonstrated the YCDI key of getting along. Matthew has shown friendly behaviour towards staff and students this week and has shown some great listening skills in class. Well done Matthew! Nadia from AREA I Nadia has displayed confidence in following her daily TEACHH work schedule. She has got started on her work straightaway and has worked through her individualized and numbered morning work folders. At the completion of each folder, Nadia has confidently posted the number on her completed work strip. A sound achievement. Keep up the great work Nadia! Avi from AREA J Avi has shown persistence with his work this week and getting on with all his tasks when directed.

    Well done Avi, what a great week!

    Students will be receiving formal certificates on Monday in recognition of their amazing efforts! Well done to everyone! Keep up the fantastic work! Del Boy’s Diner in Joondalup is very kindly supporting our school and providing refreshment vouchers for our students. Stu