Please keep the Year 3 students, and their families, in your prayers as they prepare to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time on Wednesday 20 September. The students have been working hard with Ms Curley, and their parents, to prepare to receive the sacrament. It is an exciting time for the students as they take this next step in their faith journey with God.
National Child Protection Week is a great time to consider how we all play a part in fostering a safe and supportive school community for our children. We have all heard the phrase, “It takes a village to raise a child”, and during National Child Protection Week we should consider how it is the responsibility of all adults to ensure the physical, emotional and psychological safety of every child in our community. They all deserve to be championed, and respected and know they are valued members of our school.
Thank you to our wonderful P&F for organising such a successful Father’s Day Breakfast this morning. It was terrific to see so many Dads and Grandfathers coming along. On behalf of our students, I thank all the father figures in our school community for your love, guidance and dedication to your children. I hope you have a wonderful Father’s Day on Sunday.