In the blink of an eye Term 3 is over. It only seems like yesterday that we started. Hopefully the term has come with many learnings that will be taken into Term 4 and beyond.
The Parents & Friends began to organise the walkathon at their meeting this week. Held on 27th October, it is a great opportunity to raise much needed funds for the school. As you know, one project is the restoration of the tram. We are in talks with the School Advisory Council and also with staff about what other projects could be added to the list. If you have ideas, please don’t hesitate to email me.
Once again this year, the P & F are seeking sponsorship by way of big-ticket items or monetary donations. If you or your workplace might be interested in this, please contact the school office.
In Week 1 of Term 4 we will be asking groups of students for their ideas for the sensory garden. We ask that you discuss the garden with your children, perhaps do a google search or two, and come up with some concepts that might work in our space. I am happy for you to email your ideas to me over the holidays.
I hope that everyone has a relaxing and fun-filled holiday break. I look forward to seeing you all on the 2nd October ready and enthusiastic for Term 4.
Self Defence Workshop
Emmanuel College News
Emmanuel College Reunion
Williamstown Community Newsletter
Maths Online Course
School Holiday Program
AFL Summer Programs Altona North
We would also like to thank Mancini Real Estate for their continuous support to St Mary's Altona
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The recording will be available to watch on demand 24 - 48 hours after the live session by visiting link above.
Monique ran a workshop with 14 special girls where they learnt different vocal techniques such as how to change the pitch in their voices. They also learnt a song called “Great Big Moose”
Great work by all the participants. Nicole and I are looking forward to hearing these wonderful voices in the choir and in Performing Arts classes.