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On Wednesday Louise Levy and Michael Chisholm, from Catholic Education Sandhurst, led the Year 4,5 & 6 students in an understanding of the FIRE CARRIER Program. The students have been invited to be FIRE CARRIERS at St Joseph’s. 

FIRE Carrier leaders are required to develop a Reconciliation Covenant (a Reconciliation Action Plan) and are committed to promoting Reconciliation within and outside their school. Fire is at the heart of Aboriginal culture and stands for Friends Igniting Reconciliation through Education.


We are looking forward to the return of our Biggest Morning Tea to support Cancer Council Australia on Thursday 27th of May from 9:30-10:45 am. Due to these changing times, we will require bookings in order to provide a safe event. We are looking for families to please help by baking some goodies for the day. It could be either savory or sweet for morning tea. Please phone me on 0357 261 388 and let me know what you can bake or bring. The cancer council needs all the support they can get to fund research etc so if you can help us to help them please do.


The KEAPS team has offered their service to all parents through consults and through whole class activities. They will remain at our school on Wednesday until 26th May 2021.