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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
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL OF OUR FAMILIES!
Congratulations to all of our children for a successful term. We are very proud of all of their work and commitment. We wish you all a very safe and happy holiday
ADOPT A COP
This morning on assembly we had the pleasure of reminding our children about our Adopt
A Cop. Constable Jo Goodwin has been part of our community for many years and we are appreciative of her role within our school. As the holidays approach we remind the children about keeping safe and having a network of people who they feel comfortable to speak to about anything. Constable Jo is a good person who our students can speak to at any time. Thanks Constable Jo!
CARNIVAL OF FLOWERS IN THE CATHEDRAL
Sincere thanks to Mr Cush and Ms Ibell and all of the Year 7 students who have prepared and put together a beautiful display in the Cathedral. Each year the cathedral hosts displays by a number of schools and colleges, but also by professional florists and those training to be florists.
The displays really are magnificent and are definitely worth a look. I encourage everyone to visit St Patrick's Cathedral between now and the middle of next week. There is no entry cost. The theme for this year's display was "joy" and you will easily identify "our" display towards the back of the cathedral as we are the only ones with our own rainbow, courtesy of Mr Cush, with some engineering advice provided by Ms Ibell.
Congratulations to our Year 7 Netball Team who played against Pittsworth State School on Tuesday afternoon in a trial match here at school. Special thanks to Miss Adams and Mrs Jackson for helping the girls prepare.
PIZZA TREAT DAY
I would like to say a big thank you to Cathy and John for helping me with the Pizza Treat Day yesterday. I would also like to thank the St Saviour's community as a whole for supporting the P & F in the fundraising events that we have. Without the parents support the children would not benefit from our special days.
The P&F would like to say a huge thank you to Carmel and her team for the fantastic success of her Trivia. From all reports a fun night was had by all.
PREP ENROLMENTS 2015:
Applications for Prep 2015 are now being taken. Current families who are yet to submit their application for Prep
2015 are encouraged to do so. Interviews for Prep 2015 will be taking place shortly.
If you know of anyone who
is looking to enrol at St Saviour’s in 2015 please urge them to come and get an application package from the
office. Places for Prep are fast filling. Thank you to those
families who have submitted their applications. Letters will be sent home in the
next couple of weeks regarding the interview process.
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