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Week 8 - Friday February 27
During these incredibly challenging times we appreciate the support of our parents and wider community. As principal of this wonderful school I am very proud of the efforts of all our staff in what has been a very strange few weeks. Following on from the announcement the Premier made yesterday we are not expecting any students at school next week. Learning for week 9 will be through the learning packs and through online platforms. We are here all next week and the week after so please get in touch if you need assistance.
Teaching and Learning update
These past couple of weeks have been a mixture of face to face learning in school and as numbers went down, learning packs sent home. Next week our teachers will use some online platforms to communicate with the children daily, outline daily work to be completed and answer questions the students may have. We have provided devices where needed and we will continue to provide assistance where needed. Please call the school if you have question for your child’s teacher.
Thank you to everyone for supporting our school shirt drive. We were inundated with shirts to be embroidered. From now on all new shirts will have the school logo. I am very confident that the uniform will look a lot sharper as a result of the action we have taken. The children have really enjoyed wearing their sport uniform too as it has been really warm recently.
Pope Francis' call to prayer
On Wednesday at midday all staff and students at our school said an Our Father in their classrooms. Pope Francis, leader of the Catholic Church worldwide, called for this prayer on the feast of the Annunciation, when we commemorate the moment the angel Gabriel appeared to Mary to announce that she would give birth to Jesus. It was a nice moment of reflection around the school at a time when lots of prayers are needed.
St Mary’s Boyup Brook
Assessment journals sent home
Stations of the Cross
Last day of term
Growing Through Christ
It is a pleasure to welcome you to St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School. St Mary’s is a dynamic, nurturing and vibrant learning co-educational Primary School catering for 67 students from K-6.
The school was founded in 1957 and staffed by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary until 1990. The School motto ‘Growing Through Christ’ describes the endeavour to lead students through an integration of faith, life and learning.
St Mary’s Catholic School is highly regarded within Boyup Brook and the surrounding district due to dedicated staff, a supportive Parish and an extremely supportive, active parent community. Together, all this helps to create a vibrant, family centred school, which focuses on a commitment to excellence.