St Brigid's News and Events

Visual Arts - Artists Spotlight

Congratulations to Oriarna who is our 'Artist of the Week' with her magnificent oil pastel cow. Amazing work Oriarna.



Congratulations, once again to the following Semester One representatives. 


Riley D

Jameson F


Amilia A

Harry S


Isla S

Oscar S


Levi P

Ivy H


Tahlia X

Luke D


Oliver W

Gemma L


Islah S

Josh P


Ana B

Josh G


Keira K

Iris T


Rebecca J 

Sebastian A 


I am looking forward to meeting regularly  to get feedback about what is working well in our school and sharing ideas about ways we can collectively make St Brigid’s an even better place for our wellbeing. 

First Action:

We began by reading, discussing and updating our co-constructed Child Safe Policy for St Brigid’s. 

The Wellbeing Representatives have come up with some very creative and purposeful  ideas in relation to this policy. We are looking forward to making these ideas materialise in the coming weeks.



The Alannah & Madeline Foundation as part of eSmart are  providing a parent webinar.


Parenting in the Digital World provides insight into the online worlds of young people including the latest trends, risks, and research, and includes a strong focus on social media. It also offers advice parents can use to help manage a child’s life online.

Session Time

Tue 28 Feb 2023 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC+11)

Click here to book


New Programs

We are currently extending the range of rich experiences provided for students at St Brigid’s. 


Some of these include;

  • range of targeted tutouring programs
  • Teacher nominated student attendance to an onsite Eureka Ignite program with a science and investigation focus
  • Writing workshops for selected students in years 1-6.

Creating Confident Kids Workshop - 

Tuesday 3 May

A must attend for Parents and Carers living in the City of Kingston and Bayside City with Children 5 – 12yrs old.

Online: via Zoom 

Date:  Tuesday 3rd of May 2023

Time:  7pm to 8.30pm

Cost: FREE but bookings are essential and spaces limited.


Please book by clicking the Eventbrite link on the attached Flyer.


Belinda Wendt

Learning Diversity Leader








School Ban on Plastic Spoons and Forks

In line with the recent bans on plastic spoons and forks we will no longer be able to provide spoons and forks with their hot food.

If your child orders food from the tuckshop or brings food from home that requires a spoon or fork we are asking that you please supply it from home. 

We are happy to support this move towards a more sustainable future.

Attention Year 5 Families - St Bede's Open Day