Thank you to everyone who attended our athletics carnival last week. It was the first time we have attempted to put the event on over just the one day. We greatly appreciated the
cooperation from both the students and parents to start the day early with the jumps and throws, which enabled the carnival to run to schedule.
There were some brilliant performances by the students throughout the day. Staff worked
tirelessly to ensure the whole event ran smoothly and we really appreciate the help we received from parents to coordinate the field and running events. Thank you to the P&C for providing
delicious snacks and drinks throughout the day and a huge thank you to all those parents and carers who came to support their children and the event.
The overall faction winners of the carnival were Strickland. The champion girls and boys from each year group are listed below.
We are now looking forward to our students competing at the Interschool Athletics Carnival on Tuesday 24th September. Good luck to all those competing on the day.
|Year Group Champions|
|Year 3 Girls||Champion
|Year 3 Boys||Champion
|Year 4 Girls||Champion
|Year 4 Boys||Champion
|Year 5 Girls||Champion
|Year 5 Boys||Champions
|Year 6 Girls||Champion
|Year 6 Boys||Champion
While we are aware that community events are important to many people in our community, an enjoyable and successful sports carnival is first and foremost about the students. Weather forecasts suggest that there is a strong chance that Wednesday will be windy and cold, if not also wet. We have therefore made the decision to postpone the carnival until next Monday, 9 September. Monday and the days either side, appear to be both warm and fine, and are likely to mean a more positive and enjoyable event.
We appreciate that some will be pleased and others disappointed. By making the decision today, we hope to give as many as possible an opportunity to rearrange competing schedules.
Thank you for your understanding and support.
Principal Kapinara Primary School
Our Faction Carnival is just around the corner, in fact its next Wednesday, 4th September and it runs all day for the entire school.
So pack the blanket (maybe an umbrella too!) and come along to enjoy the days events.
For a program of events click here Program of Events.
If you can help out on the day you can fill in this form in and bring it into the office Parent Volunteer Slip
The interschool cross country event was held on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at City Beach Oval. The event was organised and hosted by City Beach Primary School. The weather was kind to us despite a terrible forecast. We had some outstanding results including: Arabella T 2nd and Meg W 3rd in the Year 3 girls race, Nicolas S 4th in the Year 3 boys race, Chelsea H 1st and Milla T 4th in the Year 4 girls race, Louis N 3rd in the Year 6 boys race. The following students finished within the top 10 in their races: Alice P, Jeremy F, Xavier P, Jessica W and Jethro L.
The overall school results were as follows: 5th Kapinara Primary, joint 3rd Floreat Primary and Wembley Downs Primary, 2nd Mt Hawthorn, Wembley Primary were the overall winners. Staff in attendance were: Deb Zaltsman, Elizabeth Blackwell, Dean Hodgson and Elizabeth Burrows.
The Interschool Cross Country carnival scheduled for tomorrow will go ahead as planned. Students and spectators are advised to bring along wet weather gear and a change of clothes.
There will also be barista coffee, teas, water, a sausage sizzle and delicious home baked sweet and savoury treats on sale for parents only.
The program commences at 12.15pm, with Year 3 running first.
Depending on the weather City Beach PS have decided that if it really wet the boys and girls will race together to shorten the time out in the rain. If the weather is fine then the Year 3 boys will be followed by the Year 3 girls and so on up to Year 6.
The schedule has now changed and the carnival will now end at 1.10, with the bus leaving City Beach Oval at 1.30pm. So the races will be grouped together with boys and girls running at the same time.
Presentations will be held after each race.
We kindly ask that all students return to school on the bus as it makes it difficult to keep track of where students are when parents request to take their child home with them from the venue.
It is also important that we build ‘Kapinara team spirit’ for teams that represent our school and this is facilitated when we travel to and from interschool venues as a team.
We look forward to a great day – see you all there!
Year 6 Day Camp – 21st May 2019 (Day Camp photos in our Gallery section)
On our Day Camp we grew our leadership skills of perspective and active listening as we learned about Aboriginal culture and how to fish and hunt. We tried some bush tucker such as damper and kangaroo. There was so much knowledge and understanding of the land and animals that we never realised, like the Aboriginal people adapted themselves, not the environment. We also did lots of other activities like grinding grain, painting our faces with a totem animal and making fire. Lots of parents came to help us with our barbeque and then we did a night walk through the forest to look for native animals – so many spiders and possums! All our learning was done outside surrounded by beautiful native trees and bushes. At the end of the day, our most prized possessions are our memories of the great time and learning we had at the Perth Hills Discovery Centre. Charli, Emma, Charleze, Anna, Luka, Arwen
Thanks to all the children who are participating in Running Club, even if it is really cold some mornings!
All children are welcome from Year 1 to 6 and Mums and Dads too!! We will continue through to Week 9 this term.
Faction Cross Country
The Faction Cross Country is on 12 June 2019, commencing just after recess at 10.45am and running through to lunch time. More information will be coming out by the end of the week.
P & C News
Walk to School Day- Friday 31 May.
The P&C are hosting Walk to School Day, where children walk to school and then eat a healthy breakfast together. There will be meeting points at Tilton Park, Templetonia Park and Beecroft Park for those who wish to drive part of the way to school and then walk as a group. Coles Floreat is supporting the school by providing yummy breakfast items for the students.
HOLLYWOOD RED CARPET DISCO
This is your last chance to purchase tickets for the Disco which is on Friday 7 June. Order forms can be found on the web site or at the front office
Portable Play Equipment. Due to compliance requirements, the school is disposing of a set of play equipment by public auction. Please see our parent information section for further details.
Due to the Faction Swimming Carnival, there will be no Swim Squad training after school
Games begin this Thursday for girls teams and this Saturday for boys teams. Please look on the front office desk for times that your child’s team is playing. You can also check the Perry Lakes Hawks website, under the school competition. The club puts out the fixtures each week. If you are aware of what time your child is playing, please let other parents in your team know. Being a great community, I am sure the word will get around.
A quick shout out to all Year 4 boys teams. I will need either some people to change over and join Kapinara 7 or I will need at least 2 people to help that team out each game until the team has enough players. If you could please contact me if your son is keen to play another game, please contact me at Louise.Smith@education.wa.edu.au
Correction from newsletter – Due to City Beach Primary School’s school camp, the inflatable soccer season will commence Tuesday Week 3, 23rd October until Week 9, 11th December. Years 1-3 will play on Wednesdays and Years 3-6 will play on Tuesdays. Fixtures will be out later this week.
We would love to hear what you thought about this year’s junior athletics carnival by answering a 4 question survey.
Please click on the following link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NR8LCQX