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13 December, 2017
Carols and Presentation Evening
Monday night is our annual carols and presentation evening and we are hoping to see as many of our families as possible at this evening. Each class will be presenting a Christmas song and we will be making some special presentations and farewells to families, students and staff. The evening will commence at 7.00pm, with the church doors  being opened at 6.45pm.
12 December, 2017
Mr Tehan Visits
Mr Dan Tehan visited on Monday to make a special presentation to Grace Kelly for her recent Australian representation in athletics. We were thrilled that Grace has been recognised in this way both for herself and also for her family who have supported her in her efforts. Mr Tehan was also kind enough to present the school with a new flag which will be hoisted over the school to fly in the new year.
23 November, 2017
Bike Ed at Lady Bay
On Tuesday of this week the 3/4 classes took part in Bike Ed which was held down at the Warrnambool foreshore. This was a great opportunity for the students to learn all about bike and road safety whilst enjoying a bike ride on what was abeautiful sunny day.
16 November, 2017
Social Justice. It Starts with Me!
We often speak of ‘social justice’ in our school, church and community. When we use this term we are speaking about the fair distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges. At school in the past 18 months we have been gradually introducing our students to the key principles of Catholic Social Teaching, inspired by the life teaching and person of Jesus: Human Dignity ‘Everyone is special.’ The Common Good ‘We want what is best for everyone.’ Solidarity ‘We are part of one big family.’ Subsidiarity ‘Everyone should have a say.’ Participation ‘We should all have the opportunity to contribute.’ Stewardship ‘We are part of and should care for our environment.’ Preferential Treatment of the Poor ‘Some people need extra help.’ Today at school each class was asked to consider how one of these ideas might be best lived out in our own school for the remainder of this year as we begin to prepare for Christmas during Advent. While we often put the focus for mission and social justice outside our school, the fair distribution of opportunities and privileges in our classrooms and school is crucial and the responsibility of all of us, students, teachers and parents.
13 December, 2017
Carols and Presentation Evening
Monday night is our annual carols and presentation evening and we are hoping to see as many of our families as possible at this evening. Each class will be presenting a Christmas song and we will be making some special presentations and farewells to families, students and staff. The evening will commence at 7.00pm, with the church doors  being opened at 6.45pm.
12 December, 2017
Mr Tehan Visits
Mr Dan Tehan visited on Monday to make a special presentation to Grace Kelly for her recent Australian representation in athletics. We were thrilled that Grace has been recognised in this way both for herself and also for her family who have supported her in her efforts. Mr Tehan was also kind enough to present the school with a new flag which will be hoisted over the school to fly in the new year.
23 November, 2017
Bike Ed at Lady Bay
On Tuesday of this week the 3/4 classes took part in Bike Ed which was held down at the Warrnambool foreshore. This was a great opportunity for the students to learn all about bike and road safety whilst enjoying a bike ride on what was abeautiful sunny day.
16 November, 2017
Social Justice. It Starts with Me!
We often speak of ‘social justice’ in our school, church and community. When we use this term we are speaking about the fair distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges. At school in the past 18 months we have been gradually introducing our students to the key principles of Catholic Social Teaching, inspired by the life teaching and person of Jesus: Human Dignity ‘Everyone is special.’ The Common Good ‘We want what is best for everyone.’ Solidarity ‘We are part of one big family.’ Subsidiarity ‘Everyone should have a say.’ Participation ‘We should all have the opportunity to contribute.’ Stewardship ‘We are part of and should care for our environment.’ Preferential Treatment of the Poor ‘Some people need extra help.’ Today at school each class was asked to consider how one of these ideas might be best lived out in our own school for the remainder of this year as we begin to prepare for Christmas during Advent. While we often put the focus for mission and social justice outside our school, the fair distribution of opportunities and privileges in our classrooms and school is crucial and the responsibility of all of us, students, teachers and parents.
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