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As Toowoomba's oldest Catholic school, St Saviour's Primary School is committed to making a difference in an ever-changing world. The school has a long tradition of providing quality education and care for Toowoomba's boys and girls and currently has a population of approx. 440 students from Prep to Year Seven.
St Saviour's Primary is committed to educating its students for the future. Its innovative curriculum is designed to assist students to become lifelong learners with a firm grasp of basic numeracy and literacy skills. The school strives to develop in students the skills, attitudes and values that will enable them to reach their full potential as successful and responsible citizens.
The school has one of the best technology programmes in Toowoomba, with computers with internet and e-mail access in every classroom. The staff are dedicated to keeping up with current educational developments.
The school pursues a "happy school" atmosphere - where each child's day is enriched with joy, friendship and personal growth. The focus is to balance physical, spiritual, social and emotional growth with academic achievement and self-discipline.
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Thank you for your wonderful support and commitment to St Saviour’s Primary School community this year. May you and your families
have a wonderful Christmas and very Happy New Year!
See you in 2014!
|Congratulations to our Weekly Award Winners
SCHOOL BOARD UPDATE
The following policies have been endorsed
- Critical Incident Policy
- ICT Acceptable Use policy
- Safe at School Policy
- Head Lice Policy
- Infection Control Policy
- First Aid Policy
- Medications Policy
- WHS policy
- Anaphylaxis Policy
- SunSmart Policy
The School Improvement Plan has been drafted and will be shared with the school in 2014.
School Board Information Night will be on Monday, 24th February at 6:00pm.
First School Board Meeting for the year – Monday, 24th February at 6:30pm.
NEWSLETTER BY EMAIL?
If you don't receive the usual newsletter email on a Friday afternoon, please check your spam filter or junk mail folder.
You may need to add the school email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) to your Safe Senders List.
BOOK DROP OFF MORNING
– Friday, 24th January – 8 to 9 am
Every year we have a Book Drop Off morning prior to the children starting the first day back. Next year this morning will be on Friday,
24th January from 8 to 9 am. It is a great opportunity for you to touch base with the teacher and help alleviate the first day back from
carting books etc. We look forward to seeing you at the Book Drop Off morning.
PEAK 2 PARK – TOOWOOMBA 2014
Next year the organisers of the local Peak 2 Park Family Run have asked whether we would like to enter this event as a school
community. We are going to register as a school community for this event so more information will be sent home earlier next year– just keep this in mind as it would be a great active way to be part of a wonderful wider community event.
Our members have prepared 10 gifts for Lourdes Home and some students will be delivering them in person to the
residents just before Christmas.
Thank you for supporting this work
and for your donations to the St
Vincent de Paul Christmas appeal.
I look forward to some new
members joining Mini Vinnies next
year and continuing this work.
PUPIL FREE DAY FRIDAY 6 DECEMBER
Hall Thorpe-Sports will be offering care at St Saviour’s Primary on Friday 6th December for anyone
who is needing care on this day. Bookings are essential. Please contact Mary-Anne to make your
booking. Care will be provided from 7am – 6pm on this day. (Ph 4638 7965 or Mobile 0438 764 752).
P & F NEWS
St Saviours Primary School P&F Association Annual General Meeting,
11 February, 2014,
Election of Office Bearers will take place at the AGM and we encourage you to consider nominating
for any of these positions. Please email Donna Muir with your nomination to
b) Vice President
e) Two (2) Committee Members
Friday 21 February 2014
This night is a great opportunity for us to welcome new families to our school, mingle with old faces and spend time
with our own families.
It is important that you are aware children are expected to perform on the night so we look forward to
seeing all the children attend. We do encourage everyone to stay for the whole night but families with little ones
are welcome to leave if they are tired. Please let your child’s classroom teacher know if you are not attending the
The evening will be a great night to relax, meet others and watch the children perform.
Check out the latest newsletter for all the news and photos!