School News

Parent Drop Off/Pick Up Zones

Please ensure that when you're are dropping off or picking up your child from school that you do not park in the bus zones. It has been reported by our School Crossing Supervisor that this has been occurring. 

When a vehicle parks in a 'No Parking' or Bus Zone, this blocks that vision of the orange flags which is to alert traffic that they are approaching a school crossing zone.

Thank you for your understanding.

Athletics Sports

We are Planning to hold our Athletics Carnival on Friday the 22nd of October on school grounds. We are missing some shot puts and discus. If you took one home to practice last year (or the year before?), could you please return them to school as soon as possible. Thank you.

URGENT- School Bank Account Through Westpac Closed

As the school community has been aware, Sacred Heart School transitioned to new bank accounts at the beginning of the financial year. 


Please see new bank details noted below.

Bank: National Australia Bank

BSB: 083-543

Account: 92433-7068


Parent’s and carers are respectfully reminded that it is imperative that fees are paid for throughout the year, either in termly instalments, regular deposits or as a lump sum. 

Direct Credits are strongly encouraged to assist with the payment of school fees. 

Jump Rope for Heart

As Term Three comes to a close, so will our Jump Rope for Heart Program. Could you please finalise your donations and submit the amount online to Jump Rope for Heart or bring your collected cash to school by Friday 17th September. Thank you.


Chaplain at Sacred Heart School

CHAPLAIN’S CHATTER by Maryann Leonard


My name is Maryann Leonard.  My husband John and I moved to Corryong at the end of June this year.  I am the new Anglican Priest for Corryong, Biggara and Cudgewa.


I have had over thirty years experience as an Educator in Private and Public Schools.  Specialising in Religious Education and being part of creating relative curriculum. I have also held various leadership positions.  My role has also seen me as a Chaplain, teacher and head of student welfare and Child Safe Officer.


While my husband was in the defence force and stationed in Townsville, I lectured at James Cook University QLD, in Primary Education.  While working at James Cook I also held a  position as an Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Tutor.


I will be working at Sacred Heart Catholic School Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  I am looking forward to eventually meeting the extended school community and getting to know the students and staff.  This is an exciting time.  The students will be referring to me as Maryann.

Chaplains support the emotional wellbeing of students by providing pastoral care services and strategies that support the emotional wellbeing of the broader school community. They work closely with wellbeing and allied health members in schools to support students and their educational outcomes, staff, families and the wider school community. (NSCP pg 3)

May you all have a wonderful break, and hopefully will see everyone on site in Term 4.


QR Codes when entering School

This communication is to provide you with important information about a new update on the health directions under which all schools will be required to operate. 

The use of Service Victoria QR codes for electronic record keeping is mandatory for all workplaces to enable the effective contact tracing of any COVID-19 cases. 

This now includes all education sector workplaces, including schools. 

QR codes will be required to be used by:  all parents who enter buildings when on the school site  all visitors, including contractors, external Catholic Education staff and building and maintenance staff. 

If you are required to enter buildings on school grounds, for whatever purpose, you are required to use the QR code check-in located within the ADMIN building. 

Thank you for your support and understanding of this important health direction.


Cyberbullying and online drama video

Parents and carers can help children prevent and deal with online bullying by following these handy tips from eSafety's experts. You can also download an information sheet. Click here for further information.