Latest News from St Mary’s Boyup Brook
Week 2 - Friday October 23
Welcome to our first newsletter of Term 4. We have had a wonderful start to the new term and these next few weeks are going to fly past. Lots of great events coming up between now and the end of the year so keep an eye on the term calendar.
Teaching and Learning update
It was great to see so many parents make the effort to attend our Open Classrooms event on Wednesday afternoon. It was a great opportunity to walk with your child and get an idea of some of the things they have been learning about. As a parent myself I really enjoyed it. Despite the busy nature of Term 4 we have been making sure the students stay focused on their goals as there is still plenty of learning to take place over the coming 7 weeks.
Year 6 Camp
Our re-scheduled Year 6 camp took place last week. As our camp had been cancelled in Term 2 due to COVID 19 we joined my former school, St Joseph’s Queens Park, and roomed with them for the duration of the camp. Our students had a wonderful experience and the videos further down showcase some of the activities they were able to do. Madame Reilly orgtentanised the whole camp and as always she did a wonderful job. Thanks also to Mrs Cook who attended for the week. The children were very well behaved and really enjoyed themselves.
On Sunday, Logan and Scarlett received the Sacrament of Confirmation, the third and final Sacrament of Initiation in the Catholic Church. Unfortunately Bishop Holohan was ill and couldn’t attend. Fr Pierre Repuyan was the presiding priest and he did a wonderful job. Well done to Logan and Scarlett.
Science Alive Visits St Mary’s
Catholic Day - PUPIL FREE DAY
Pupil Free Day
Year 5 Camp
Year 5/6 Assembly
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.