T20 Blast State Finals

Congratulations to all those students who participated in the T20 Blast State Finals carnival. All our students participated to the very best of their ability representing North Perth Primary School proudly, not only with their sporting ability, but with their sportsmanship and conduct throughout the event.

As a direct result of their outstanding efforts, North Perth Primary School Boys and Girls teams finished runners up in their respective pools. A big thank you goes out to Mr Damon Diletti for his help on day.

Interschool Athletics Carnival

Congratulations to all those students who participated in our Interschool carnival. All our students participated to the very best of their ability representing North Perth Primary School proudly, not only with their sporting ability, but with their sportsmanship and conduct throughout the two day event.

As a direct result of their fantastic efforts, North Perth Primary School finished second in Division A. This is a super effort considering this is our first year back in Division A after winning the Division B carnival last year.

 

The final scores were as follows:

Dianella Height PS         345

North Perth PS               271

Camboon PS                   257

Sutherland Dianella PS  227

A big thank you goes out to all our parent helpers, over the two days, and to Mrs Cathcart and Mr Hounsell for their help on Day 2.

NRL Visit – Dream Believe Achieve Presentation

Students from Room 14 and 15 were given a presentation from the NRL named Dream Believe Achieve. The presentation was delivered by Steve Meredith (NRL Respect Community Manager), Alan Tongue (Canberra Raiders Legend), and Ruan Sims (Jillaroos Captain). The Dream, Believe, Achieve presentation aimed to educate students about the importance of having a dream.

Alan and Ruan shared their own experiences with our students and delivered the key messages about the importance of having goals and aspirations. Alan spoke about his childhood, living on a farm outside Tamworth, and his journey in becoming an NRL player.  Ruan spoke passionately about her dreams as a little girl, her career as a fire fighter, and her journey towards becoming a Jillaroo, a captain and world champion.

We give a big thank you to Steve Meredith, Alan Tongue, and Ruan Sims for their presentation, and also to Gus Marshall, from NRL WA, for providing our school with this opportunity.

 

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