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School News

Dec 1, 2022

Good News

This week we have been making ‘Elfies’ in Kindy.


Family Camp

Canteen News

We will be selling frozen milk at lunchtimes for $1.00 until sold out.

As the end of term is fast approaching, certain items on the canteen menu may become unavailable. Please can you explain this to your child so as not to disappoint. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.


Book Club

The cut off for book club orders will be Friday 25th November. Please be aware that the books ordered may not arrive before the end of term but we will endeavor to get them out before Christmas.


St Vincent De Paul Christmas Hampers

Thank you, once again, for all the food donations that have been sent to school for the St Vincent de Paul Christmas Hamper collection. We are very grateful for the positive response that we have had to our request so far and are looking forward to adding to this collection over the few weeks.


Children’s Liturgy

CHILDREN’S LITURGY is held during the 9.30am Mass each Sunday at St Francis of Assisi Church, and is for children from Pre-Primary to Year 4.  The children hear the Gospel story at their level and then follow with an activity.  Please bring your child to the hall before Mass.  They will then return to the Church after the Prayers of the Faithful. For further enquiries call Philomena on 0417 936 757.


Containers for Change

Please consider helping Matthew Gibney Catholic Primary School’s P & F by scanning our bar code when utilizing the Containers for Change initiative.


Keyed Up Music


Upcoming Dates


Monday 5th December

  • Dodgeball Incursion

Wednesday 7th December

  • Semester Two Reports available to parents.

Thursday 8th November

  • 9.05am Thanksgiving and Graduation Mass

Friday 9th December

  • Year 6 Excursion
  • Students’ Final Day of Term 4.

Monday 12th-Thursday 15th December

  • Office Open

Wednesday 1st February 2023

  • Students commence Term One.


Family learning activities at the library

My name is Lisa, and I am a local TAFE student completing my Diploma of Library and Information Services.  I am also a casual team member with the City of Kalamunda Library services.

I am reaching out to the primary schools in the City of Kalamunda to invite your school community to participate in a survey regarding Family learning activities at the library.

Recently Kalamunda Library Services have partnered with Communicare to offer a range of free parenting sessions at some of the library branches in the area. Sessions included topics such as “Parenting in a Digital World” and “The 5 Love Languages of Children”.

I would love to hear from families regarding what type of learning-based programs and activities they would like to see at their local library. Participation in this survey is anonymous. No personal identifying information will be recorded.

Have your say by visiting  

Or scan the QR code below


Kind regards

Lisa McManus