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30th July
Yr 4 Poetry performance for
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31st July
Jeans for Genes Day +
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Bishop's Inservice Day

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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.

Celebrating Catholic Education in QueenslandThe 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.


Catholic Education Week will be celebrated across Queensland from 27 July - 2 August this year. This annual event is held to promote the special ethos of Catholic schools and to highlight the great things that take place in Catholic schools every day.

The theme for this year's celebrations is: Come, live life in all its fullness. This inspirational call is based on the Gospel of John (10:10), challenging those who answer it to "live fully". Reflecting this Gospel call, our school, like all Catholic schools, strives to provide a learning experience through which every young person has the opportunity to reach their full human potential - spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, culturally and physically - and know what it means to engage in all that life has to offer.

During Catholic Education Week 2014, Catholic education communities across Queensland are invited to celebrate and
share how their communities are encouraging and providing opportunities for their members to "Come, live life in all its

Our school is planning a number of activities during the week and we hope you are able to join in the celebrations with us.

See full list of activities in this week's newsletter.

It has been 30 Years since the School Crossing Supervisor Scheme was launched in Queensland back in 1984. There are now 652 schools participating in the scheme. There are 1214 school crossings across Queensland and over 1900 supervisors helping to keep kids safe as they travel to and from school each day. St Saviour's Primary School would like to acknowledge the wonderful work our crossing supervisors do here on a daily basis. Thank you to Betty and Ian who are our supervisors here at St Saviour's.

St Saviour's Primary will be participating in some wonderful healthy activities at school over the coming weeks; using the special resources and support the Heart Foundation team are providing our school free of charge as part of our participation in Jump Rope for Heart. Over the next few weeks, your child will be learning a range of fun skipping skills and new tricks. We will emphasise the importance of regular physical activity, such as skipping , as well as enjoying healthy eating as part of a healthy lifestyle. Please remember to start collecting donations for our Jump Rope Celebration Day which is being held on Friday 8th August. Sponsorship forms have been sent home last term. All cash donations should be brought to school along with their sponsorship form (used or unused) to school on the day of the Jump Off. The Jump Off is also a great opportunity for you to witness how much fun skipping can be, so we would love to see you at our Jump Off Day!! Mr Paul Deverell (representative) will be visiting our school on Thursday 24th July for a Jump Rope For Heart Workshop. Please note that Assembly will be held on Thursday 24th July not Friday 25th July.

Interschool Sport – Term 3
This term the Year Six and Seven children will participate in interschool sport. This is a school activity and it is compulsory that all children participate. The children have indicated their preferences and we will take part in the hockey, soccer and netball competitions.

Please be aware that if your son or daughter has indicated they would like to play hockey or soccer the appropriate protective equipment is required. For soccer and hockey all of the children need shin pads. The hockey players also need to wear a mouthguard. The children can bring their own hockey sticks if they have one. If not, one will be provided for them.

A letter has been sent home and it would be great if the permission slips could be returned to the class teacher. Interschool sport will commence in Week Two if this term. As soon as the draws are finalised we will send home an email with the times and venues. Parent support is welcome and encouraged.

Catholic Athletics
The Catholic Athletics Carnival took place today at O'Quinn Street Oval. Congratulations to all the children who participated and represented St Saviour's.

Congratulations to:
Isabelle and TiaIsabelle and Tia attended the 3 day Challenge Carnival from 11th – 13th July in Brisbane at Western District Assn.

They were selected in the 12 years Toowoomba challenge representative side, 155 teams from all over Queensland competed at the carnival over the 3 days.

Congratulations to Fletcher (7C) who has been selected in the Qld Soccer Team Qld Country U/13.


Next P&F Meeting  - Tuesday 12th August 7.30pm
A letter regarding the Allocation of P & F Funds has been sent home with each family. A copy is also attached to this week’s newsletter. Please read and complete the form so that your suggestions can be put forward at the next General Meeting at the start of Term 3. Forms can be returned to the office as a hard copy, via email or faxed by the end of term.


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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St Saviour's Primary School
14 Lawrence Street, Toowoomba  Q  4350
(PO Box 1145, Toowoomba  Q  4350)

Phone: 07 4637 1555  |  Fax: 07 4637 1556
Email: ssps@twb.catholic.edu.au

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