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Volume 18 - 12 June, 2012 Dear Parents and Students  Bowing to the majesty and mystery of God’s crea on, how can one not be amazed at the magnificence and the magnitude; the chaos  and  the  precision;  the  vastness  and  the  microscopic;  the  grandness  and  the  grandeur.    Last  week’s  ‘Transit  of  Venus’  spectacularly  reminded both the scien st and the mys c in me of how wondrous it is to be a part of the marvellous and mysterious cosmic dance.  One of my favourite spiritual poets, the deligh ul Joyce Rupp writes:  “I discovered that I am part of a vast and marvellous dance that goes on unceasingly at every moment in every par cle of the universe. What a marvel to know that each cell of my body is part of yours, and yours of mine, and that all of us are one! Think of what that means!”

We are One Li le dancing feet full of energy enlivening every par cle of the universe, ny feet skipping, hopping, jumping, strong feet stomping, jiggling, prancing, leaping to the rhythm that defies regula on. Airy, bright feet of sailing stars, wrinkled, callused feet of clay cliffs, waxy, webbed feet of succulent leaves, fast flowing feet of winding rivers, endless feet of unobserved tree roots, so feet of every form of fetus. With an eye as fresh and delicate as birth, sneak a peek as each pulsing part of life comes dancing, whirling, weaving, secret neurons, veiled photons, hidden electrons, whirling, skipping, piroue ng, forming a circle of oneness with each other.

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If your ear is keen enough, you will hear their insistent, silent symphony, moving freely in chasubles of beauty. Receive the music of their secret unity as they glide within each other’s life, unaware of barriers built by sta c minds. Slip off the glaucoma of your heart and revel in this signal beauty dancing passionately in the universe, and trembling in each atom. Gracious God, As one, we ask your con nued blessing upon this community, this ‘circle of friends’ gathered as people of faith seeking your way in all we do. Amen

TRAFFIC STUDY One of the issues raised by the various stakeholder groups, in consulta on over the development of a facili es Master Plan for the  College, was the desire to improve, if possible, the management of traffic – par cularly at the pressure points around pick up and  drop off  mes.  To  that  end,  the  College  has  engaged  the  services  of  PSA  Consul ng  to  provide  traffic  engineering  advice  in  rela on  to  future  developments at the College.  You  may  thus  have  observed  or  observe  various  traffic  engineers  recording  the  traffic  pa erns  and  behaviours  of  the  College  community.   We look forward to improved long term outcomes.  In the short term, it would be most helpful if fewer families used the circular drive.  Its over‐use tends to cause traffic back‐ups  and other related issues.  There are many side streets that can and probably should be used for pick‐ups and drop‐off as the short  walk for the students can surely do no harm.  We understand that there are  mes when the students are carrying lots of extra things (instruments, sports gear etc...) and that a  short walk is less desirable at these  mes.  I thank you for your support.  CONGRATULATIONS 

To Bridget Sankey on her selec on in the U19 Queensland School Sport Football team.  Bridget will compete as part of the  State team at the Na onal Championships being held in Townsville in August.  We wish her every success. 

CONDOLENCES 

To Libby O’Sullivan on the recent sudden passing of her grandfather.  May he rest eternally in God’s loving peace.  Amen. 

Yours sincerely

Mrs Cheryl Hamilton Principal

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XäxÇàá VtÄxÇwtÜ Wednesday 13 June 

Year 11 - 12 Exams

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Year 10 Music Recording Studio Excursion

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Round 5 - BSGSA Netball, Hockey and Soccer

Thursday 14 June 

Year 12 QCS Practice

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Year 10 Music Recording Studio Excursion

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Debating - Round 4 - Year 8 and Snr A

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Debating Round 4 - Yr 8 & Senior A

Friday 15 June 

Year 12 QCS Practice

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Yr 11 RE Excursion

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Closing Date for accepting offers for Yrs 7 & 8 2015

Saturday 16 June 

P & F Dinner Dance

Monday 18 June 

Year 8 BL and 8 GO History Museum Visit

Tuesday 19 June 

Year 8GR and 8RE History Museum Visit

Wednesday 20 June 

Year 11 and 12V Art Gallery Excursion

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Loreto Music Festival 6.00pm

Thursday 21 June 

Japanese Trip Departs

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Year 8WH History Museum Visit

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Year 11 & 12 Ancient History Museum Visit

Term Dates for 2013

Friday 22 June 

Interhouse Athletics Carnival

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Term Two Ends

Term 1

30 Jan – 28 March

Monday 16 July

Term 2

15 April – 21 June

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Term 3

16 July – 20 September

Term 4

7 October – 29 November

Staff Day

Tuesday 17 July 

Term 3 Commences - Students Return

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XÇàxÜàt|ÇÅxÇà UÉÉ~á 2012/2013 Entertainment™ Books are now available to families, with funds raised going towards the school. The new Book is packed with hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers. For more details please complete the attached flyer or visit www.entertainmentbook.com.au Thank you.

ftâátzxá ã|ÄÄ ux f|ééÄ|Çz à{|á ftàâÜwtç4 Who:

The Loreto/ACCF Northern Territory Real Life Challenge participants

What:

Will be hosting a sausage sizzle

When:

This Saturday, June 16, between 9am and 2pm

Where:

Outside Woolworths Coorparoo, Harries Rd, Coorparoo

Why:

To help raise funds for the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation

Please come and support us and in the process, by helping raise money for a good cause and “helping to close the gap”!! We hope to see you there!

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\ÇàÜÉwâv|Çz `Ü U|ÄÄ ^xÇÇçËá axã aÉäxÄ Loreto’s very own resident author, Mr Bill (BJ) Kenny, has teamed up with his brother, Mike Kenny, to write their epic new novel, The Deep Channel. Following the release of Mr Kenny’s first book (A Stack of Stories), an anthology of short stories by many contributing authors himself included, The Deep Channel is based on the incredible time Bill and Mike spent in the far North and the Torres Strait. Lose yourself under the stars of the Strait and get to know the enchanting main characters Dave and Selina as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime, cheating the odds to survive a dive to the deepest and most dangerous channel in the Strait. Be wary of the sharks and the other dangers but enjoy the quest! Copies of The Deep Channel are available from the College Library. A note from the author… “To Loreto students, I hope this book relieves the prison of boredom, the tyranny of long holidays or the nerves when the overload of assignments is daunting. Escape for a few minutes here and there to a world of adventure, friendship and quest into the unknown. Help Dave and Selina find the treasure that is within – not just what lies in the Deep Channel. Feel the tropical night breeze gently touching your face with the huge yellow moon out to sea. Enjoy the wind in your hair as you drop anchor near golden sand, leaning palms and reef! There are many more adventures for this crew of the lugger. Yes, they are all based on real events! Sit on the deck of the lugger gently rocking with the ebbing tide and plan a dive into the deepest and most dangerous channel in the Strait. But watch out! Now pick up the sou’easter on a heading north by north-west out of Thursday Island as it fills the sails and be away with us to another world among the islands of the North. Enjoy!” Mr Bill (BJ) Kenny

`âá|v axãá Flute Ensemble One & String Quartet – Members of these two groups please remember that you are performing at the P & F Dinner Dance on this Saturday evening 16 June. Please meet your conductors in the Practice Rooms by 6:45 pm on the night. Flute Ensemble will perform first at approximately 7 pm, followed by the String Quartet around 7:20 pm. You will be finished and free to go home by 8 pm. Loreto Music Festival –The complete list of finalists has now been published on Music Noticeboard. If you are a finalist, and you have not done so already, can you please supply a copy of your music (including accompaniment if applicable) to the Music Office before tomorrow (Wednesday 13 June). Loreto Music Festival Finals Concert – The Finals Concert for the Loreto Music Festival will be held next Wednesday 20 June from 6 pm to approximately 9:30 pm. The evening will feature the best performances from this year’s Solo, Duet and Acoustic Ensemble heats, so it is a night not to be missed. Our special guest adjudicator is Mr Tim Sherlock, who many of you will know from Music Camps and the State Honours Ensemble Program. (A separate final for the Bandslam section will run during a lunchtime early in Term Three). Music Support Group – Parents of students involved in either ensembles or private tuition are invited to attend our next Music Support Group meeting tomorrow night, Wednesday 13 June at 7:30 in Room 605 (Gonzaga Barry Building). Trivia Night – Make sure you keep Saturday 4 August free for the social event of the year! Trivia Mill will be back for what is always a hugely entertaining night, this time with a 50s Theme. To get you in the mood, there will be prizes for best costume and best decorated table. Ticket and booking information will be available in next week’s newsletter – make sure don’t miss out! Performances in Term 3 – There are quite a number of performances coming up in the first half of term 3. There will be more details available directly after the holidays but please keep these dates free: Sunday 5 August Mt Carmel Fete (Sorelle & Exit Stage Left), Sunday 12 August Open Day (Jazz Ensemble, String Quartet, Chorale), QCMF from 16-19 August (all Loreto Ensembles will perform at some stage over these four days), Sunday 26 August Primary Music Camp (Concert Band One, String Ensemble, Year 8 Brass Ensemble). Ben Langford - Director of Music

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c 9 Y axãá Denim and Lace The event we have been waiting for is this weekend! Get into your denim/lace and head to the Mary Ward Centre for a 7pm start this Saturday. Thanks to all those who have purchased tickets and to those who have returned the book of raffle tickets sent home. Your support is much appreciated. Thanks also go to our sponsors for their invaluable contribution to the fundraising efforts. We look forward to a great night!

P & F Raffle A reminder for P & F Raffle. Please remember to return your raffle tickets, sold and unsold to the office by this Thursday 14th June at the latest. I am sure you will agree that the prizes are wonderful! Thank you for your support of the 'drop down curtain' for the Mary Ward Centre which will be well used by your daughter/s. Your help is much appreciated.

P & F Meeting The next P and F meeting will be held at 7.30pm on August 7, in Room 605, in the Gonzaga Building. Please join us. Thank you. Elizabeth Fort - P & F Secretary

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Please note the uniform shop will NOT be open at lunchtime on Friday 22nd June due to the athletics carnival.

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Saturday, 14th July, 2012

Venue:

Grand Ballroom, Hilton Hotel, Elizabeth Street, City

Time:

7.00-11.30pm

Just a reminder about the upcoming Formal. The pre-formal function for parents is from 7pm until 8pm in the foyer area of the Grand Ballroom on Level 5 of the Hilton. The girls have been fully briefed about expectations of behaviour for themselves and partners on the evening. We ask that parents support us by escorting their daughters and partners to the venue at 7.00pm and then picking them up at 11.30pm. No one will be allowed to leave the venue before this time. We again remind you that the girls do not need additional forms of transport to get them to and from the venue. We look forward to seeing you at the Hilton. Annie Diamond - Year 12 Coordinator

Library Roster Volunteers Monday 18 June - Friday 22 June

Tuckshop Vounteers Monday 18 June - Friday 22 June Monday 18 June: Geraldine Dwyer-West, Kym Fisher, Jane Higgins, Leanne Day, Mary Favios Tuesday 19 June: Maureen Roe, Janelle Pearce, Frances Steiner, Anna Stafford, Monique Cleed Wednesday 20 June: Maria Mewing, Lyndel Fuller, Janelle O’Brien Thursday 21 June: Donna Byrne, Brenda Scott, Julie Garrett, Angela Papanotoniou Friday 22: Athletics Carnival

Special of the Day $3.50 Monday 18 June: Tuesday 19 June: Wednesday 20 June: Thursday 21 June: Friday 22 June:

Meatlovers Pizza Pumpkin Soup & Garlic Bread Honey Soy Pork & Hokkien Noodles Lasagne Athletics Carnival

Monday 18 June: Jane Stephen, Nora Kojrowicz, Kathryn Kwan Tuesday 19 June: Barb Laycock, Linda Stevens, Karen Meimaris, Julie Bland Wednesday 20 June: Margaret Collins, Brenda Scott, Chelle Day, Lyndel Fuller Thursday 21 June: Merry Godwin, Mary McMahon, Stefania Ciancio Friday 22 June: Jennifer Morris, Loretta Winter, Madonna Byrne

Please Note: The Tuckshop will not be open for breakfast on Friday 22nd which is the Athletics Carnival day. Thank you.

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fÑÉÜàá WxÑtÜàÅxÇà axãá BSGSA Sport Soccer Round 5 - This Week’s Draw: This week the Open A, Open B and Junior A teams play away The Junior B team plays at home. The Open A and Junior A team both play against Mt Alvernia at North Star Soccer Club, O’Callaghan Park, Jennings St, Zillmere The Open B team play San Sisto at Bayside United Football Club, Andrew St, Lota. The Junior B team play against Our Lady’s at Annerley Soccer Club, 98 Victoria Terrace, Annerley. For the away games, could parents please be ready to pick up students when the bus arrives between 5:45-6:00pm (depending on traffic). A bus will take students to Annerley for the home games (finish at 5:00pm) but students need to be picked up at the venue. Students are reminded to bring their uniform, shin pads, mouth guards and water bottles. If students are to be picked up at the away venues a written note must be provided by morning tea on game day. Good luck for Round 5! Mr Jones - Soccer Coordinator

Results from Round 4: Junior B Soccer Played the Brigidine Junior B’s. It was an evenly matched game with the final result being a draw of 0-0. With only ten girls, the Loreto team worked well in defence and had quite a few decent attacks. Good work to Tea Marinov who once again played a great game in defence and Sabrina Pennisi who pulled off some fantastic saves in goal. Nick Laidlaw - Coach Open B Defeated Brigidine 4 - 2. A strong performances in defence from Dana , Kirsty, Rebecca and Brigid kept the score low in the first half. Brigidine came out strongly in the second half and put two goals past Awien early in the second half. A good goal by Fiona put us back on level terms. With a change in goalkeeper we tried to hold for a strong finished only to be beaten 4-2. A determined effort from all. Well done everyone. Michael Kelly - Coach

Hockey - This Week’s Draw: June 13 Loreto One (Years 10 and 11) play Mt St Michael’s One Loreto Two (Years 8, 9 and 10) do not play or train again until Term Two.

Hockey Result Rd 4: Open Two Our girls continued to improve this week in a high energy game of hockey against Brigidine College. From the first whistle there was a lot of pressure from the opposition through the centre of the field. However, Wade Bilton at centre half along with our full backs, Erin Littler and Meg Williams-Dell, did a great job at restricting their attacks and clearing to our wings. Opportunities were limited on both sides and at half-time scores remained even at 0-0. The second half was hard fought with both sides desperate to get a goal. Unfortunately, luck was not on our side and the opposition was able to sneak one through to win the game 1-0. Thanks to Sandy Vo for getting suited up and braving it in goals. A great game girls, let’s keep this momentum up for next week! Ian Wright and Eliza Mooney - Coach / Trainer

Grass Hockey Result The Junior team played a fabulous game this week coming very close to beating Bridgidine after a number of near misses and dominating play for most of the game. A bit unfortunate that Bridgidine was able to sneak through in the final minutes to score the only goal for the game.

Turf Hockey A reminder to all players and shadows that there is a training session Thursday morning at 6:45am to prepare us for the scratch match with Moreton Bay College on Tuesday, 19th June at Easts starting at 6:45am. Alan Lane-Richardson - Hockey Coordinator

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Netball This Week’s Draw: 13 June OPEN A: Mt St Michaels Coach: Meg Logan  OPEN B: Lourdes Hill  Coach: Karen Holahan  OPEN C: Mt Alvernia (2)  Coach: Larissa Hughes  Intermediate A: Mt St Michael’s(2)  Coach: Courtney Milne  Intermediate B (1): Mary McKillop  Coach: Kate Mullins  Intermediate B (2): Brigidine (2)  Coach: Emma Macleod  Intermediate C:  Coach: Mags Ryan  Intermediate D: Our Lady’s  Coach: Briony Logan  Intermediate E:  Coach: Tara Cullinan  Junior A: Mt St Michael’s  Coach: Clare Gill (ABSENT)  Junior B: St Rita’s  Coach: Josie Woolaston  Junior C: ST Rita’s  Coach: Jacqui Gold  Junior D: Mt St Michael’s  Coach: Hannah Meecham 

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Netball Reports Round 4: Junior A - Coming off a loss, the girls were more determined than ever to be a winning team once more, playing their best game yet. The opposition put up a strong fight, but unlike our opponents, the girls joined together as a team taking control of the game and the lead. I was proud with the way the girls conducted themselves both on and off the court, demonstrating a variety of Loreto qualities that allowed them to never doubt their trust in each other. The defence down the whole court was excellent by all players and I want to congratulate all girls on a fantastic game!! A well deserved win. Coach: Clare Gill Junior B – The girls defeated Lourdes Hill 15-9 in our fourth game of the season. Eager to continue on their winning streak the girls made full use of their footwork drills from training where minimal stepping and dragging was evident. Our defence was once again beautiful with amazing intercepts from Sophie Muggeridge, Charlotte Grigson, Brianna O0'Donnell , Zoe McNamee, Cara Wing, Emily Littleton and Brittany Nichol. A huge mention must go to our shooters Sidonie Smith, Lauren Michael, Beth Kassulke and Mia Munch, as they worked very well together though out the game. We tied the first quarter and were anxious that this could be our first loss, but the girls fought strongly to gain a few more goals over Lourdes. Player of the week goes to Sidonie Smith for her 100% accuracy in shooting which made all the girls’ work very worthwhile. It was a lovely game of netball to watch. Coach: Josie Woolaston Junior C - Defeated Mount Alvernia 20-5.. What a way to bounce back after the loss of last week! In the first half, our centre court cut off the opposition's ball supply which meant they had only 1 goal attempt! This suffocation was led by Brooke Chatfield and Nikita Daley, who made plenty of intercepts and then weaved their way out beautifully out of the congestion. Well done to Amanda Hansen who shot seven out of eight attempts in the fourth quarter! Coach: Mrs Gold Junior D - Played an exceptional game on Wednesday, and although they tied with San Sisto 17-17, their overall improvement in all areas on court has been amazing! Although it was a cold and windy afternoon the girls went out on court with no excuses and didn't stop trying until the very last second of the game. They started off strongly however the San Sisto team were just as strong and came back to make it an even score. Special mention must go to Kitty for her wonderful defence and to Imogen Day for her beautiful shooting! Hopefully we can remain undefeated, good luck for next week girls. Coach: Hannah Meecham

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Intermediate A -. The girls played a great game against Lourdes Hill and played a solid first half to be up by two at half time. A strong third quarter by Lourdes Hill saw them take the lead going into the last quarter. Our girls just fell short in the end being defeated 22-17. Melissa played a fantastic game in defence, picking up a lot of loose ball and intercepts. Coach: Courtney Milne Intermediate B1 -. Congratulations to the girls on their 11-9 win over St Rita's. With some impressive turn overs in the defensive end, they held the upper hand right from the beginning. A special mention must go to Rebecca Marshall for her consistency in defence, and Rebecca Gray's strong shooting game. Well done girls, looking forward to next week. Coach: Kate Mullins Intermediate B2 - Had another outstanding week, playing against the first intermediate team from Our Lady's College. Even though the girls were worn out and stressed from their exams, they were all excited to get away from studying to play this week. Once again I am very impressed with the team's commitment and overall enthusiasm towards the game. Although we had another disappointing loss this week, the team is really improving in every aspect of their game. Coach: Emma Macleod Intermediate C - Are still undefeated with only three rounds to go. This week they beat Our Lady's College 33-3, a new highest score. Hopefully they will keep improving for the last two rounds against the other top teams in the ladder. Coach: Magadeline Ryan Intermediate D - Defeated San Sisto 20 - 16. Despite a shaky start to the game the girls were able come away with another win. The transition from defence to attack was exceptional from all players with at least two leads to every ball. Defensive pressure from all girls also provided Loreto with many crucial turnovers. Excellent feeds into the circle from Sarah O'Shea and intercepts from Isabella Scott were highlights of the game. Coach: Briony Logan Intermediate E - Mt St Michael's had to forfeit (as they only had five players), however both teams decided on a friendly game, and Loreto gracefully gave two players for each quarter to even the teams. Enthusiasm for just simply playing the game shone through and all girls enjoyed it (with a win of 23-1 as well). Coach: Tara Cullinan Open A - Lourdes Hill provided another tough challenge for the team early in the season and we were defeated 31 to 23. I would like to congratulate the girls on their consistent determination which saw us win the second and fourth quarters. I was particularly pleased to see the girls putting into action plays we have been working on in training. Eliza Davies had a great game, driving dynamically onto the ball. Sarah Pettiford worked hard in defence to win us some impressive turnovers. We have probably met our toughest competitors early in the season and I look forward to a re-match when we meet again in the Vicki Wilson Cup Championship. This team is improving every week! Coach: Meg Logan Open B - Played Brigidine and we lost 20 - 17. It was a hard fought game and was close all the way. Coach: Karen Holahan Open C - Another strong game from the girls who managed to keep Mt St Michael from scoring for the entire first half. Special mention to Beth Carroll for her precision shooting as well as a flawless game from Molly Edwards whose feeding was impeccable! Coach: Larissa Hughes

ATHLETICS Training for Athletics will begin on 12 June for Middle distance training. The training times are as follows: Tuesday 3.30pm to 4.45pm, Wednesday 6.45am to 8.00pm, Thursday 3.30pm to 4.45pm and the following Monday 6.45am to 8.00am. There will be a Year 8 Athletics Meet on 15 June at the University of Queensland. The girls MUST return their permission forms before they attend the meet on Friday. A bus will transport the girls to the meet but all girls must arrange for transport home after the meet at 5.30pm.

Pre-carnival Field Events in Shot Put and High Jump The Shot put and High jump events will be held at school prior to the carnival. We do not have enough time or space for these events on the day. Students competing must be in correct PE uniform including cap and shoes. We encourage all girls to participate and earn points for their house. The dates are as follows: Year 8 – Wednesday 13 June Period 3, 4 Year 9 -- Monday 18 June Period 6 & 7 Year 10 – Tuesday 19 June Period 5 & 6

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Year 11 – Tuesday 19 June Period 1 & 2 Year 12 – Thursday 21 June Period 3 & 4

Meg Stevens – Director of Sport

LORETO COLLEGE ATHLETICS CARNIVAL A reminder that students will be attending the Interhouse carnival on Friday 22nd June at the University of Queensland track. This is the last interhouse sporting event for the year and attendance is expected as for a normal school day. As students are there to support their house and participate in events, magazines, I pod players, MP3 players and the like are NOT permitted. Students are to wear correct school sports uniform including normal sports runners and cap and can change into house colours once they arrive at school. Students will travel to and from the carnival by bus and will receive their reports when they return to school in the afternoon. If any student is not able to be here on Friday 22nd June, her report will be posted home. Students who are unable to participate for medical reasons are to see Ms Carty with a note prior to the carnival date and will be issued with a job on the day. There will be limited canteen facilities but it is strongly advised that each student brings her own lunch. Student should ensure they have a Loreto Sports hat, sunscreen and water bottle. Students are asked to ensure that they come prepared for potentially overcast and windy weather conditions. Students should have warm clothes (Loreto Jumper), spare shoes, socks and shirt, rain jacket and/or umbrella. Helen Carty - Deputy Principal – Pastoral Care

UâÄÄxà|Ç B aÉà|vxá Child Minding

Local parents of three children, aged 11, 8 and 6 years old, are seeking child minding after school until 6 pm for Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, starting in Term 3. Would probably suit a Year 11 or Year 12 student. If you are interested, please contact Sarah 0400 403 050 or send a text message. Thank you.

Child Witness Support Volunteers Needed PACT is a Queensland-wide not for profit community organisation that supports children and young people (3 -17 years) who are required to give evidence within the Criminal Justice System as victims of, or witnesses to, a crime. In 2010-2011 PACT supported 1280 children and young people. Do you have flexible time capacity and would you like to support members of your local community? If so, we have a rewarding voluntary role that may be of interest. Would you like to make a difference? Would you be willing to prepare, empower and reassure child victims and witnesses through the Court process? Join more than 70 other Volunteers from throughout Queensland to become a respected part of the Criminal Justice System. Comprehensive training and supervision provided (no cost). Telephone: 1800 090 111 or 3290 0111 or go to Website: www.pact.org.au to find out more about becoming a PACT Child Witness Support Volunteer.

Embracing Families in 2012 You are invited to a special event Embracing Families in 2012. We believe families deserve support in the sometimes challenging environment of today and we commend this day to you. Special Guests Fr Chris Riley AM, founder of Youth off the Streets and Melinda Tankard Reist, co-founder of Collective Shout. There will be a range of 19 workshops on offer. The Children’s Stream – “Children! Is God Waving to You?” includes three different workshops throughout the day. Presented by the Logan Deanery and JPII Centre for Family and Life with the support of the Brisbane Archdiocese Youth and Children’s Ministry team, this day provides something for everyone. Date: Saturday 7 July 2012 Venue: St Edward the Confessor Parish and School, Daisy Hill Cost: $10.00 per adult (children under 18yrs free) For full details and to register please visit www.embracingfamilies.org.au. Hard copies of booklet and registration forms available on request.

Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend for Married Couples When: 10 – 12 August 2012 Where: Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre, Ormiston, (QLD) For bookings/details contact: Rhonda & Terry Boyle tel. 07 3352 3328 or go to website: www.wwme.org.au

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   Personal Style Workshop for Girls in Year 10 to be held at Loreto College Dates and Times for 2012: Monday a ernoons 3.30pm to 6.00pm COST: $110 all‐inclusive

July 23rd & 30th August 6th &13th

Diploma presented to each student Notes given for each class All make‐up product All make‐up products used in class are supplied

 

The Course Content has been designed to build self confidence and make girls realise that they can be successful in every walk of life.

DEPORTMENT: Correct method shown for si ng, standing, walking and stairs.  Each girl is individually assessed and videoed  and then advised how carry her body with style and grace. 

MAKE‐UP: An individual make‐up will be done in class and each girl will be shown how to apply products   for her par cular features. 

SKIN CARE: A skin care procedure is done in class for each student, using products to suit the individual skin type.    HAIR CARE: Knowledge of hair care is taught so students can care for their hair professionally at home.   NAIL

CARE: Manicure done in class plus hand and feet care. 

TABLE MANNERS: Guidelines to follow on all occasions for both social and business life.  TOP TO TOE GROOMING: Girls are taught to improve their overall appearance and appreciate that the way they project          themselves to others does ma er. 

JOB INTERVIEWING: What to wear, manners, what to take, ques ons you will be asked etc  ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

BOOKING FORM: Please return this to the Loreto Office in an envelope marked “Personal Style” with full payment by Friday 15th June. Cheques payable to Elizabeth Wilson.

Netbank payments:  Account Name:  Wilson Westpac BSB 037146  A/c 992339.  Please put your daughter’s name and Loreto   on transac on descrip on.  Print receipt and a ach to this form or fax to 55431157 or email receipt and details to                                       elizabethwilson6@bigpond.com   Please print clearly  NAME of STUDENT ........................................................................................................................... ADDRESS ........................................................................................................................................... Phone ...................................... Mobile...........................................

Year Level .......................

Email (for booking confirma on) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... Name and Signature of Parent or Guardian ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…

Jus ce

Sincerity

FREEDOM

Verity

Felicity


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Volume 18 - 12 June, 2012

Loreto Parents and Friends

Denimand Lace

                    Gala Dinner Dance  

Date:

June 16. 7pm ‐ Late 

Venue:  

Mary Ward Centre, Cavendish Rd Coorparoo 

Band:

Live Music ‐  Who’sYaDaddies

Complimentary sparkling wine on arrival 

Dinner:  

2 course meal and canapés   

B.Y.O.

Drinks      

Cost:

Tickets: $75 p.p.  

R.S.V.P.

FRIDAY 8 June  

    Buy your  ckets soon for a wonderful night.  Don’t miss out! ___________________________________________________________________________  Loreto Parents and Friends ‐ Denim and Lace Gala Dinner Dance ‐ RSVP Details                                                 (Please return completed form to Trish Willing, or to College Office)   Name:  _______________________________   Daughter’s name and Yr level:   ______________                                                     Name of Table:  (Eg. 12 White table or Simpson table)___________________________   Number on table:  (up to 10) ______________  OR‐Year Level Group you wish to be placed with:  _______________________________  Dietary Requirements:  ______________________________________________________  Number of  ckets ($75 per person) ______________ Cheque/Money enclosed_______________  Credit Card Details  ‐ MASTERCARD / VISA  Card Number_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _       Expiry _ _/_ _  Name on Card_______________________________  Amount________________   Signed_____________________________________Contact Number_________________ 

FREEDOM FREEDOM

Sincerity

Felicity

Verity Sincerity

Jus ce

Jus ce

Verity

Felicity


Please join us for the

Year 12 Parent Dinner Saturday 14 July at 8.15pm

Following photos & pre-dinner drinks at the Hilton

Tattersall’s Club Tattersall’s Arcade 215 Queen St, Brisbane Price - $58 pp / cash bar RSVP 30 June To book please go to: www.trybooking.com/BMER or click on the link above

Contact Kerri Fowler - wkf1@bigpond.net.au


Loreto College

$13 from each Book sold goes straight towards our fundraising. To order your copy of the new 2012/2013 Entertainment Book, contact: Lesley Bongaarts Phone: 3394 9999 E-mail: bongaartsl@loreto.qld.edu.au Name: ______________________________________________________________________ Phone: _________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________State: ________________ P/Code: __________________ I would like to order: _____ x Brisbane, Sunshine Coast & Surrounds @ $65 each (GST incl.) = $____________ _____ x Gold Coast & Northern NSW @ $55 each (GST incl.) = $____________ _____ x Far North Queensland @ $50 each (GST incl.) = $____________ Total amount enclosed:= $____________ Payment Type: CASH ď ą

OR WITH CREDIT CARD ONLINE AT: https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/221g555

Purchase your Book before March 26th and you will receive Bonus Offers worth over $180 that you can use immediately (subject to availabilty)

To view the new 2012/2013 Entertainment Book on line please visit www.entertainmentbook.com.au/entertainment-media

Thank you for your support.

12 June 2012  

Loreto College Newsletter 12 June 2012

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