From the Wellbeing Leader

Jessica Robinson

Chapel and Assembly

Families are welcome to come along to the Church for Chapel on Wednesday mornings from 9am and to the hall for Assemblies on Friday mornings from 9am. Chapel and Assemblies will continue to be livestreamed on our closed group on Facebook each week.

Wednesday Chapel

Chapel in Term 1 has begun with a focus on the people that Jesus met and interacted with, and what we can take away from these meetings and moments in Jesus’s Life. This week we shift to the theme of Holy Week but we will continue to look at Jesus and this amazing story through the eyes of people who encountered him during this time.

Thank you to Mr Mayer for leading us today with the story of Palm Sunday: The people of Jerusalem

The remainder of the Term 1 Chapels will be led by:

Week 8 (22/3) 3 Burgan: The Last Supper: Jesus Disciples

Week 9 (29/3) Miss Mattner: Garden of Gethsemane/ Jesus’ Arrest: Judas

Week 10 (5/4) 2 Tew/ Voigt: Peter’s Denial: Peter

Week 11 (13/4) Pastor Matt & Vicar Tom- Closing Chapel: Crucifixion and Resurrection

Friday Assembly

Thank you to the JVC and Community Leaders for leading us in our first assembly for the year celebrating our 50th Anniversary at St Paul Lutheran School.

The following classes will be hosting this term:

Week 7 (17/3) Seniors

Week 8 (24/3) 5 Lethborg

Week 9 (31/3) 4 Bakewell

Wee 10 No Assembly- Good Friday

Week 11 No Assembly- Pupil Free Day

2023 Class Carers 

We are still looking for a number of Class Carers for most year levels for 2023. If you are interested in being a Class Carer this year or would like some further information, please email or give me a call to chat. Thank you to the volunteers that have reached out. If you can help, please feel welcome to get in touch. We would like to have at least 2 people to support each class. This is the list we have so far:

Rec DixonTammy (Charlie’s mum)


(Harry's mum)

Rec Gracey-Can you help?-Can you help?
1 Huxtable-Can you help?-Can you help?
1 SheedyKirsty (Sarah’s mum)-Can you help?
2 Jeffery/ AshmeadSarah (Sebastian’s mum)-Can you help?
2 Tew/ VoigtKylie (Lachlan’s mum)-Can you help?
3 BrokateJess (Noah’s mum)-Can you help?
3 BurganNicole (Harrison’s mum)-Can you help?
4 Bakewell-Can you help?-Can you help?
4 ColemanKatherine (Mosab’s mum)-Can you help?
5 LethborgKylie (Stella’s mum)Tamra (Caelan’s mum)
5 Woodward-Can you help?-Can you help?
SeniorsLouise (Isabella’s mum)-Taryn (Hugh’s mum)
-Can you help?-Can you help?

School volunteers

If you wish to be a volunteer at St Paul Lutheran, you can speak with someone in our admin team and a pack can be emailed or sent home with your child. All volunteers require a valid WWCC clearance and need to complete the Valuing Safe Communities training. If you have any questions, please contact Jess Robinson 


Reading volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering some time to listen to children read? We are currently looking for registered volunteers that are interested in assisting us with listening to reading. If this is you, please reach out to Jess Robinson 

Welcome Shannen Dixon to our Teaching Team

We welcome Shannen Dixon to our team as Reception teacher.

Shannen shares: My name is Shannen Dixon and I have been a part of the St Paul community for four years. I am very excited to be teaching Reception this year! On the weekend, I enjoy baking and spending time with my family. I have a dog called Lexi and I love taking her to different parks. I am looking forward to growing within the St Paul community this year! 


Please join us as we welcome Shannen to our St Paul Lutheran School Community. 

Wellbeing and Inclusive Education Rooms

You may notice some new room names around our school. The Nest is our new Wellbeing Space, located next to the front office. This is where you will find Miss Robinson, Miss Mattner and Mrs Nak. The Burrow is our new name for our Sensory and Inclusive Ed room, this is where you will find Miss Fisher and Mrs Cameron. The Hive is our new name for our second Inclusive Ed space, found next to the library, previously called the Learning Support Room.