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Our staff respects the uniqueness and dignity of each child and base teaching/learning programs on sound educational theory and practise. Set amid pockets of natural bushland and native gardens, our modern buildings and facilities offer an attractive and welcoming learning environment for children P-7.
CATHOLIC EDUCATION WEEK
24th-30th July we join our Catholic schools across Australia to celebrate Catholic Education Week. We recognise the important role we play as a Catholic school in promoting our mission. The theme for Catholic Education Week in 2016 is "Opening Doors in the Year of Mercy". We celebrate the Year of Mercy, through the symbol of "open doors" for all students. We are challenged to extend out to those in need to "open doors" for others. Keep an eye out for our student's 'Mercy Heart Garlands' decorating our classroom doors.
We look forward to continuing our celebrations this week beginning with our Sports Day today. We give praise and thanks to God for our St Luke's staff, students and families. Yesterday's Sports day was a blessing and a great way to build community. Tomorrow our Year 6 students, their teachers, Mr Cameron and Ms Aukusitino will join our other Catholic cluster schools to attend Mass celebrated at Carmel College in Thornlands. On Thursday we have organised Aboriginal activities facilitated by Stephen Chadburn, Aboriginal Participation Officer from BCE in the morning sessions and ending the day with our School Prayer Liturgy led by Mrs Roati and Year 2 White. To conclude the week 2 White will celebrate Mass with Fr Emmanuel on Friday morning at 9am. All are very welcome. We celebrate using our gifts and talents to be open in the way we love and serve God.
ST LUKE'S ATHLETICS CARNIVALS
We would like to congratulate all the students who participated in yesterday's athletics carnival. It was a wonderful day and it was genuinely impressive to see all the athletes out on the track doing their very best for their team. Congratulations to Banksia for taking out the 2016 title. A special thanks goes out to Mrs Prentice and Ms Milligan for all of their hard work in preparing the carnival. From this carnival athletes will be chosen to represent St Luke's at the Catholic Athletics Carnival and Districts.
CRAFTY KIDS CLUB IS BACK
Our first Craft Club for term 3 was a huge success. A lovely group of keen crafters decorated gift bags and planted a little succulent pot to take home!! Looking forward to our next get together on Friday Week 4 (5th August)! To book a place for your child please contact Mrs O'Brien on firstname.lastname@example.org
St Luke's Catholic Parish School
Phone: 07 3245 9595 Fax: 07 3823 2222