Good afternoon Parents / Caregivers,

Welcome to this edition of the Terrace Times.  My apologies for the tardiness of the newsletter, we have had some major problems with our internet connection, but we are working on it.

New Playground Equipment
Its in !!!  The new playground is in (finally) !!!
It looks magnificent and the kids absolutely love it.  Again my thanks to the P&C for all their hard work not only securing the original funding, but fundraising the extra moneys required to finish the project.

Book Week
Thank you to all parents who helped their child/ren get dressed up for Book Week last week.  The kids looked amazing.  Also my thanks to Tracey Illich for the organisation of our incursion … it was sensationally entertaining and educative at the same time.  Don’t forget, if you haven’t already paid for the incursion, please do so as soon as possible. Our winners from Book Week.

Science Week
Congratulations to Mr. Tristan Kaempf and the students of Room 15 who did a fantastic job with our Science Week activities.  As usual, it was a tremendous learning experience for all Anzac Terrace students.  Check out the photos later in this newsletter.

Anzac Terrace Has Got Talent
Don’t forget our ATPS Talent Show is happening next week.  Good luck to all students taking part; from all reports, it promises to be a great show.  The Talent Show will take place on Friday 31st August at 1pm in the School Hall; I hope to see you all there.

Personal Leave
This will be my last newsletter for the term as I will be going in to hospital for surgery at the beginning of September.  At this stage I am unsure who will replace me for this time … as soon as I know, I will let you know.  Unfortunately, this also means that I will miss the sports carnivals and open night.  I would like to wish all students the best of luck in both events, and as I say every time, if you can walk away knowing you’ve given it your best then you have already won !!

Have a great week,

Stuart Blackwood


The Aussie of the Month award recognises personal endeavour, achievement and contribution to the community.

The awards also reflect some of the values we share as Australians, a sense of fair play, generosity of spirit, commitment to community participation and a real concern for the environment.

Twice a Term, two students are chosen as the Aussies of the Month and the recipients are presented with the Aussie of the Month badge and certificate at a school assembly.

The certificate and badge is kept by recipients as a memento of the occasion.

Congratulations to Alexander and Hayden our Aussies of the Month for August. Well done!

Alexander P

Year 2, Room 6

Hayden K

Year 6, Room 15


Congratulations to the following students who were presented with an Honour Certificate at the last Assembly.

ECB 2Seanuel A and Bria B
ECB 3Ava T and Bright Q
2Liana H and Kaede M
3Edwin D and Jacob L
5Kai C and Likhith M
6Mira-Cle P and Matvei K
11Ava C and Olivia P
12Georgia B and Hamish M
13Jaeger P and Tahliah Y
14Maxwell B and Jeanuel A
15Ethan K and Room 15
17Hasi H and Luniva S
18Neve B and Emily P
ArtKye M and Isabella O
SportAshutosh B, Taj C, Barbra F and Copernico J

Students receive Honour Certificates as acknowledgement for achievement in academic success, social skills and thoughtfulness to others.

Science Week at Anzac Terrace Primary School

Being a Reading Sensation

As most of our students read each night, the BEARS reading program is not extra work for students, parents and caregivers or teachers, it is simply a method of calculating the number of nights the students read, and then rewards them at strategic numbers, eg 50, 100, 200 and so on.

Well done to the following students who have read for –

50 Nights
Room 6Ella W
Room 12Dean K, Rocky L and Sharliah X
100 Nights
Room 2Scarlett E
Room 5Ashton C, Rosalie T and Mei S
Room 6Poppy K and Lucas P
150 Nights
Room 2Ruby C and Emily C
Room 5Marcus L and Likhith M
Room 12Georgia B


Friday 31 AugustParent Assembly
Item by Room 12
Friday 31 AugustUniform Shop Open
9.00am to 9.30am
Monday 3 SeptemberUniform Shop Open
2.30pm to 3.00pm
Wednesday 5 SeptemberAthletics Carnival
Jumps and Throws
Thursday 6 SeptemberP&C Meeting
7.30pm in the Staffroom
Friday 7 SeptemberAthletics Carnival
Running and Team Games
(All day)
Monday 10 September to Friday 21 SeptemberSwimming Lessons
Pre-Primary to Years 2/3
Wednesday 12 September‘Parent Open Night’
4.00pm to 6.00pm

Parents are encouraged to visit the KidsMatter site which provides a wide range of resources that can help families support children’s mental health and well being.  For more information you can also contact Mrs Shelley Keyser through the School office. Kids Matter


P&C Fathers’ Day Stall

Students will be taken to the Stall on the day allocated to their class. Gift prices will range from $1.00 to $10.00.
If possible can students please bring a bag for their purchases.

Thank you.

P&C Fundraising – Entertainment Book

The P&C are continuing to fundraise with the Entertainment Book which are now available.

Click here if you would like to purchase one.


If you are looking for a place where your little ones can play with other children or you are looking for a bit of socialising then click on the link below for more information.

Play Group

OSHC program phone: 0428 197 483

OSHClub WA Head Office: 03 85649000

Coordinator: Jennifer Archer                 Educator: Monique Wright

All families must be enrolled to attend the program, remember this is easy and free!! Please create an account online at all bookings and cancellations can also be managed via your online account. For on the day bookings please contact the Coordinator direct at the program.

This term Keyed Up Music will be teaching Guitar Lessons on Tuesday after school. Lessons start from $18.10 for a group lesson of 3, $22.55 for a shared lesson and $33.00 for an individual lesson. If you are interested please ring Therese on 1300 366 243 or enrol at  

Rising Stars AFL Football Academy

The Rising Stars Team (WA’s PREMIER AFL ACADEMY) are very excited to inform you that we are on the search for players who are serious about their football and have the discipline and the determination to be the best they can be.

Click on the link below for more information.


The School provides information on Community activities that may be of interest to students and families but does not have specific knowledge of these activities and does not endorse or recommend a particular product or service that is listed.