Today is the last day of Term 1. It is time for students and staff to renew after 10 weeks of very intense learning. Today is Holy Thursday. It is a very significant time in our Liturgical calendar where we reflect on the actions of Jesus before His Crucifixion and Resurrection. Jesus spent time with his disciples in a last meal, preparing them for what will happen to him in the coming days. Jesus humbly took the role of servant identifying His actions as both courageous and demonstrating selfless love. This is a time for all to prepare ourselves, opening our hearts to the selfless love that Jesus shared with all of humanity. How will we show this love today?
The children reflected on this message today during a very special Liturgy. I wish to thank Mrs Whiticker for organising this reflection.
A big thank you to our school community for your support of our Easter Raffle and our Grade Discos.
The Easter Raffle raised - $1485.00
The Grade Discos raised - $2425.50 net, $647.50 expense
The money will go towards upgrades of our technology for student use.
Return to school
Children will return to school on Monday the 19th of April in full Winter Uniform including the tie.
Please be mindful that all holiday haircuts and hair color are returned to normal by the start of the school term.
In the last two weeks of school we have had over 50 Kindergarten applications. I ask that if you feel your child is school ready please lodge an application as early as you can. Interviews have already commenced and we will be sending acceptance letters home by the middle of Term 2.
Very Successful Open Days
The last two Thursdays have seen great interest in our school from the wider community. The leadership team have had over 10 tour groups walk through our great learning site. Many of these families have already lodged applications for 2022. The feedback from families was very positive and they spoke very highly of the learning agenda and the engaging environment.