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Newsletter 6th December Term 4, Week 8
On Sunday 01 of December we began the season of Advent, meaning there are four Sundays until we celebrate the birth of Christ. Throughout this time, we reflect on and prepare for the birth of Jesus. During Sunday Mass, you will notice that there is a wreath with 4 candles. The four candles signify the four weeks of Advent, and one candle is lit each Sunday. Each candle represents a reflection. Week 1 is HOPE, week 2 is PEACE, week 3 is JOY and week 4 is LOVE.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our students, staff and families a very merry Christmas and happy New Year. Thank you for the contributions you have made to our school over the year and we will see you when school resumes on Monday 03 February.
It’s what we do.
The Science classes were a jingle with festive STEM activities! Students were tasked with designing and building a sleigh for Santa out of toothpicks, marshmallows and jube lollies! Mrs Roney was very impressed with the students ingenuity and commitment to the task. Most importantly everybody had a jolly time!
We are committed to relationships.
The Pre-primaries have been very interested and active in their vegetable garden over the year, everyday there has been new plants and animals to discover.
We are responsible and
St Brigid’s Bushfire Plan has been designed to assist staff to prepare for a total fire ban, catastrophic fire danger rating, or a bushfire. Letters to staff and parents are included in the Appendices as well as notices for the closure of the school.
We work with our parish to make Jesus present.
them for their service this year! Fr Robert and the parish appreciate your commitment
Sat, 01 Feb 20
- St Brigid’s Feast Day
Mon, 03 Feb 20
- Year 6 Camp
Mon, 03 Feb 20
- Term 1 Wk1