On Tuesday some of our teachers (Jen Hall, Bridie Kennedy and Maree Nanos) attended a SMART Spelling professional development session to learn how to implement the spelling program used at St Mary’s.
We are now accepting Easter donations.
Friendships are good for your child’s self-esteem. When your child has close friends, your child feels like they belong. Your child’s friends care about your child, and this helps your child feel good about themselves.
The School photos have been confirmed for Wednesday 6th March!
Class, individual and family photos will be taken as well as Student Leader and JSC photos.
All students are to come to school in their academic uniform.
Last week Cathy Sims (Learning Diversity), Frances Fazio (Learning Support Officer) and Brenda Lycke (Literacy Leader) completed the training for MiniLit Sage.
Calling out for Mother’s Day gift creations and donations.
At the end of 2023, having received a Wellbeing Boost grant from MACS (Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools), we signed up to partner with Real Schools for the coming three years.
St. Mary’s Primary School will host our 2024 Beginning of Year Mass on February 29th at 5 pm, and we warmly invite the school community to join us for this special occasion in the church. We extend a warm invitation to our parent community to mark the commencement of an exciting year ahead.
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At St. Mary's we are committed to maintaining a culture of child safety. We implement strategies which demonstrate this through everyday life at the school, guided by the documents listed in the 'Read More' section.
Our Child Safety Officer is John Hein (DP & Learning & Teaching Leader).
The annual Run for the Kids is happening on Sunday the 17th of March 2024. The Run for the Kids supports the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
Just a reminder that hats must be worn from Monday 4th Septmber through until the end of April 2024.
Hats should be school legionnaire style or broad brimmed in keeping with our sun smart policy.
Please ensure that your children have the correct hat to wear.....NO HAT, NO PLAY.