Latest News from St Mary’s Boyup Brook
Welcome to the 2021 school year
Week 6 - Friday March 12th
Welcome to the Term 1 Week 8 Newsletter. To say it has been a busy two weeks would be an understatement. This final newsletter of Term 1 is packed full of news, pictures, videos and more.
Teaching and Learning update
The end of term may be in sight but there is still plenty going on in classrooms. I am very pleased with the learning atmosphere in each room this year. Students across the school have been working hard on persuasive writing and I have been met with some very impressive pieces of work recently. Yesterday, students in Years 3&5 took part in a national practice test for NAPLAN.
It is with sadness that I inform you that Mrs Rochelle Gear has resigned from her position here at St. Mary’s effective end of this term. Mrs Gear has worked at our school for 5 years and is a valued and multi talented member of our team. Her school plays have always been wonderful and we will miss her on staff. Next Tuesday will be Mrs Gear’s last day on staff. We wish her every success for the future.
School renovations update
This week we had a visit from several building companies that are tendering for the work to be completed at our school. It was great to have interest from a few different companies and the hope is that this leads to competitive pricing and a job well done. Tenders will close in the coming week and the job will be awarded to the successful company. We are hoping to have builders on site in early Term 2.
St Mary’s BBK Faction Swimming Carnival 2021
How to Make Kale Chips
Combined Schools ANZAC Service
Year 6 @ GRIP Leadership Conference
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 72 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.