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NATIONAL CHILDREN'S WEEK
This week we celebrate National Children's Week. It is an annual event celebrated in Australia during the fourth week in October. Children's Week celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood. It is also a time for children to demonstrate their talents, skills and abilities. It was with great pleasure that we celebrate this week because of the children we have right here in our school. We are very fortunate as a school to have the calibre of children we do.
Without a doubt we are blessed with every student at our school and we have been for a long time. However, I wanted to mention about the last few weeks where students have been giving up their lunch breaks, morning teas and before school time to help beautify our grounds, put equipment together and build a stronger sense of community.
Over the past week our students have put hockey tables, ping pong tables and soccer tables together; they have moved sandstone rocks, chopped trees, swept pavers, trimmed bushes, planted new plants, painted seats and lots more.
Thank you to any of the students who have given their own time to make our grounds look great and a special thank you to Mrs Jackson and Mr Moore for your support of these projects – we are blessed to have you all!
YEAR 7 MASS
On Thursday, the Year 7 classes gathered, with a sizeable group of family members to celebrate their final Class Mass at St Saviour's Primary School. The theme of the Mass related to their RE Unit, entitled Just Leadership and Fr Peter reminded the students that as they leave primary school it would be hoped that they would take with them some particular learnings. He spoke to the students about being compassionate, just and merciful, particularly with less fortunate people that they will meet along "life's journey".
Thank you to all parents and family members who were able to join us for this special occasion. Thanks also to those who were unable to attend but still sent in a "plate" for the morning tea.
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Shave Hair Day
Year 6-7 Camp
Year 5 Camp Emu Gully
Last day of Term 4
8.30am Mondays (Mercy Centre)
Mondays 8:00am to 8:30am