Learning Gallery

Dear Parents and Carers,


Thank you for attending our end of Term 1, K-6 Student Learning Progress Meetings; feedback from our parent community reinforced that these meetings are a valuable opportunity to discuss with your child's class teachers' current learning progress, strengths and future learning goals. These meetings also help to further strengthen the important partnership and connection between home and school. 


Our school and Armidale Diocese Framework ‘Living Well, Learning Well’ values Partnerships “Families and communities collaborate as partners with the school to support student learning, safety and wellbeing”.


Catholic Schools Week (Save the Date)

This term, we will celebrate Catholic Schools Week in Week 5! It is a time to celebrate our achievements and invite our parent community into our wonderful school. This year the theme for Catholic Schools Week is "RENEW with HOPE".


On Tuesday, 23 May, from 9:30-10:00 am, we welcome our parents and families into our school and look forward to showcasing our school with Open Classrooms. This is when our students can share a part of their learning with you. 


Following our open classrooms, we will have a Whole School Assembly commencing at 10:15 am. At our assembly, each stage will present an item of choice. Our staff and students are looking forward to the Catholic School Week celebrations!


After our assembly, we will have a shared morning tea including a celebratory Catholic School Week cake, and scones.


Your collective support is appreciated as we showcase our wonderful school, teachers, and students!

Many Thanks,


Elise Baird

Assistant Principal

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Our talented Kindergarten students have been creating self-portraits as part of their Visual Arts lessons!

MaST News

It has been wonderful to see the ‘Great Mathematics Learning Sequence’ in action in our classrooms. Our Numeracy block follows the Gradual Release of Responsibility model.

This sequence allows knowledge and skills to be developed through modelled, guided, shared and independent learning opportunities to achieve learning outcomes.


Kind Regards,


Elise Avery

Leader of Pedagogy