Thursday, 16 June 2016

1. Principal News Week 7 - Term 2

Congratulations to the children who received the Sacrament of Confirmation on Sunday

Holy Spirit, strengthen our children with your gifts of Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety, and Fear of the Lord, and serve as a disciple of Christ.  Come, Holy Spirit Come

Year 3 Mass Presentation
We were all very impressed with the powerful messages that were shared in the Year 3 video today. Well done to  Miss Day and the children. You can read all about it and watch the video on the JH 2 blog at this link.

Student Blogger Subway Award of the Week
This week's award goes to Yneke Edzes. You can access Yneke's blog at this link and learn about her science investigation and the National Young Leader's Day. Well done Yneke. Please remember to check and comment on our student blogs.

Peered Writing Family Learning Hui
A special thank you to our families who attended the Family Learning Hui last week. Special thanks to our teachers who took the time to prepare videos for the hui. You can read all about it and watch the videos at this link. I had a chance to see some of our children in action during the week. See the photos below from SH1.

Mid Year Reports and Online bookings for interviews Week 10
The teachers are busy writing reports and preparing for the student, parent and teacher meetings that will take place on Monday 4th July and Tuesday 6th July from 3:15-8:00pm. Reports will go home on Friday 1st July. All families are expected to show their support for their children's learning by making a time to attend an interview. The interviews can be booked online by going to and typing in the school code z7hpv If you need help, please contact Anne or Paula in the office and they can make the booking for you.

Staff from St Joseph's Pleasant Point
Last week, Karen Scott and Heather Gardner from St Joseph's school in Pleasant Point (their principal is Mrs Frances-Rees !!) came to view the Senior Hub 2 Engaged Learning Spaces in action. They were very impressed and are keen to come back and learn more. Thanks to Mr Cartlidge, Miss Tangney and the SH 2 learners for welcoming our visitors.

Visitors from St Joseph's Pleasant Point
Let's keep St Joseph's clean !
Our juniors are enthusiastically responding to a message from Conavar Brown and Sam Burke in Year 7 and the School Council's wishes to keep our playground clean. Our actions can speak louder than our words. Well done team.

Let's all keep Reaching for the Stars as Lifelong Learners in the Catholic Faith.

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