Latest News from St Mary’s Boyup Brook
Week 8 - Friday September 11
Welcome to the Term 3 Week 8 Newsletter. The term is progressing along nicely, this year seems to have gone by so fast.
Teaching and Learning update
Last week we held our Public Speaking finals. Once again this year the standard was extremely high both in terms of topics and in terms of how they were delivered. I would like to thank Mrs Wheeler for co-ordinating this whole competition as well as our judges Mrs Bates, Mrs Ritson and Mr Maddams. All three judges were very complimentary about the finalists and their performances. With public speaking done and dusted the teachers and students have been able to get back to normal routines in class.
Great to have so many dads come to our Father’s Day breakfast last Friday. We hope you enjoyed the food and fun. Thanks to Kirsten Skraha, Emma Gee and Gemma Hester as well as the staff for helping out with the food and setup.
Capital Development Plan Update
As you have hopefully read by now, our planned improvement works for our school have been given approvald by Catholic Edcuation WA. The total amount available for this project will be $670,000.
Science Alive Visits St Mary’s
Year 2/3 Assembly
Last day of term 3
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.