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Head Lice

Dear Parents/Guardians

Head Lice

There have been new cases of head lice reported. Please check your child/ren’s hair for any sign of nits or lice. A simple way to check is to put a generous amount of conditioner on damp hair and then comb through with a nit comb. The conditioner stuns the lice for about 20 minutes, which gives you time to detect any nits or lice in the hair.

This does not kill them.

This check should be carried out on a regular basis, it is quick, easy and effective.

If detected, you will need to treat the hair with a treatment available from either the chemist or Woolworths.

Mrs Nicky Trinder

Canteen Menu Term 4

Dear Parents

Please find attached a new Term 4 Canteen menu. There has been a few price changes and some new items added to the list.


Staffing Announcement

Dear Parents, Guardians and students, 

It is my pleasure, and with some regret, to announce that Mrs Katie Thompson will be leaving us to take up a position as Assistant Principal at St Mary’s Young for 2021. Katie has been a member of staff since 1994 and has made immeasurable contributions to Sacred Heart, as a teacher, REC, AP, colleague and friend. We will miss her dearly but we wish her every happiness and blessing.

Once a Sacred Heart Staff member always a Sacred Heart Staff member. 

Mrs Nicky Trinder

Summer Uniform

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As the weather shifts to warmer days we will begin the transition to the summer uniform for the remainder of the school term. If students choose to continue to wear the winter uniform then it is to include all components, namely the tie. We will allow two weeks for the transition and return to school in Term 4 on Wednesday 14 October in the summer uniform. Please consult the uniform policy for the correct items when purchasing new items. 

Mrs Nicky Trinder

eSafety social media caution and advice

Dear Families

You may be aware of a recent social media incident where inappropriate and distressing content was shared, from outside of Australia, on various platforms including Facebook, TikTok, Instagram and Twitter.

The Australian Office of the eSafety Commissioner is working closely with the social media companies to have this content removed; however, at this stage the content is still widespread on some platforms.

Your children may be able to access this distressing material through their personal devices, should they actively look for it or if it is shared by a friend. 

We would urge extreme caution in how you raise this issue with your child if they have not already heard or been exposed to this video. Drawing undue attention to the issue may cause unnecessary worry or distress and increase its exposure. If you do wish to discuss the matter with your child, please emphasise the significant distress that may be caused when accessing such material.

If your child has inadvertently viewed this content, please support your child’s wellbeing by:

  • Seeking support:
  • Calling 000 in life threatening circumstances.
  • Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 - phone support all day every day and online support from 8am-midnight every day (AEST).
  • eHeadspace 1800 650 890 - open 9am-1am daily (AEST).
  • Lifeline 13 11 14 - phone support all day, every day and online support 7pm-4am daily (AEST).
  • Beyondblue 1300 22 4636 - phone support all day, every day and online support 3pm-midnight every day.
  • Suicide Call-back Service 1300 659 467 - phone support all day, every day, and follow-up calls.
  • Your child’s teacher.


The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has resources available to help children, young people and their families navigate the online world. The following links may be useful to support your conversations with your child.


If you have any concerns, please contact our school on 69422612.

Kind regards,

Mrs Nicky Trinder