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13 May, 2018
Enrolment Tours – this Thursday 10am & 7pm
We invite all families with children enrolling in Prep next year to join us this week! We will be holding enrolment information and tour sessions on Thursday (May 17th) at 10.00am and 7.00pm. Come along, we'd love to meet you!
10 May, 2018
Cross Country
Our cross country events were held on Monday, with our middle and senior students running at Albert Park in the morning and our junior students on the school oval in the afternoon. Thanks to Mr Dwyer and Mrs Green who organised these events, the students from Warrnambool College who assisted with rotating activities on the Reid oval and all families who were able to support our students. Congratulations to the winners published at the back of our newsletter, and well done to all students who completed these events!
27 March, 2018
Bushfire Fundraiser
Bushfire Fundraiser Thanks to our school community for your generosity to communities who have experienced loss in the recent bushfires. Over $500 was raised yesterday and has been deposited with the appeal. Thanks to Emma Van Duynhoven for her organisation of this event.
22 March, 2018
Breaking the Chains of Poverty
Breaking the Chains of Poverty We are often asked to consider the plight of asylum seekers placed in detention centres both on the Australian mainland and in offshore detention. Similarly we are often told of people in foreign countries held in prison for their political views. In Palm Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus becomes a prisoner, held and punished unjustly because of things he has said and done. These words and actions were seen to be a challenge to religious and political leaders of the time. The image of Jesus as a prisoner makes me consider the varied ways that people are imprisoned in our world.. One of the main ways is through poverty. At the beginning of Lent, all families were invited to take part in Project Compassion as a way of almsgiving. The funds raised by Project Compassion will directly assist a community in the developing world to break the chains of poverty. Project Compassion boxes can be returned to school next week.
13 May, 2018
Enrolment Tours – this Thursday 10am & 7pm
We invite all families with children enrolling in Prep next year to join us this week! We will be holding enrolment information and tour sessions on Thursday (May 17th) at 10.00am and 7.00pm. Come along, we'd love to meet you!
10 May, 2018
Cross Country
Our cross country events were held on Monday, with our middle and senior students running at Albert Park in the morning and our junior students on the school oval in the afternoon. Thanks to Mr Dwyer and Mrs Green who organised these events, the students from Warrnambool College who assisted with rotating activities on the Reid oval and all families who were able to support our students. Congratulations to the winners published at the back of our newsletter, and well done to all students who completed these events!
27 March, 2018
Bushfire Fundraiser
Bushfire Fundraiser Thanks to our school community for your generosity to communities who have experienced loss in the recent bushfires. Over $500 was raised yesterday and has been deposited with the appeal. Thanks to Emma Van Duynhoven for her organisation of this event.
22 March, 2018
Breaking the Chains of Poverty
Breaking the Chains of Poverty We are often asked to consider the plight of asylum seekers placed in detention centres both on the Australian mainland and in offshore detention. Similarly we are often told of people in foreign countries held in prison for their political views. In Palm Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus becomes a prisoner, held and punished unjustly because of things he has said and done. These words and actions were seen to be a challenge to religious and political leaders of the time. The image of Jesus as a prisoner makes me consider the varied ways that people are imprisoned in our world.. One of the main ways is through poverty. At the beginning of Lent, all families were invited to take part in Project Compassion as a way of almsgiving. The funds raised by Project Compassion will directly assist a community in the developing world to break the chains of poverty. Project Compassion boxes can be returned to school next week.
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