Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary School welcomes all new families to our school community. It is our hope that all the children will enjoy learning and be proud of their accomplishments.

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Wadjuk Noongar people, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Matthew Gibney Catholic primary School is built.  We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the unique contribution they make to the life of this region.

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Term 4, December 2nd 2022

We just have to look around the school to see that Christmas celebrations have well and truly begun.  The students are enjoying their Christmas accessories and the staff are looking wonderful in their Christmas attire.  On Sunday we celebrate the second week of Advent. As we light the Advent Wreath Candle we focus on the gift of Peace. Jesus came to bring peace to the world.  We remember the angels proclaiming to the shepherds, “Peace on earth.” As we prepare for Christmas, we think about the peace that Jesus gives us, within ourselves, in our relationships with others, and in our wider world. The Gospel reading recalls the preaching of John the Baptist, who came to “Prepare the way of the Lord.”  In a similar way, we are reminded to take the time to prepare for the coming of Christ at Christmas.

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  • Wed, 07 Dec 22
    Semester Two Reports available to parents

  • Thu, 08 Dec 22
    Thanksgiving Graduation Mass

  • Fri, 09 Dec 22
    Year 6 Excursion

  • Mon, 12 Dec 22

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Our prayers and best wishes to the Year 4 students, their families, and teachers, as they prepare to receive the Sacrament of First Eucharist on Sunday morning.  The students are looking forward to this significant moment in their faith journey. It is a joy to hear the excitement the students have about their First Communion Day. My wish for the Year 4 students, as they grow close to Jesus through the blessed Eucharist, is that they will continue to seek the nourishment of the Eucharist as often as possible, throughout their lives. My thanks to Jordyn Sheldrick, Karen Keddie, and Fr Joseph for their preparation of the students to receive the Sacrament on Sunday.

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Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary School is a school dedicated to making a valued difference in the lives of our children.