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Important Dates

25th November
Year 8 Orientation Day
St Columban's
3.15 - 4.15pm Diamonds Development Squad Final Session

26th November
8am - 5pm Year 5 Excursion
Ripley/Infinity Gold Coast
9am - 3pm Year 6 at St Columban's for Orientation

27th November
3.10 - 4.10pm AusKick

28th November
8.40am Assembly
Handover Ceremony
Advent begins
12.30 - 1.30pm Senior Choir
at Central Lakes
Christmas Performance

29th November
12noon - 1.30pm
Principal, Board & P&F Lunch

1st December

12noon - 3.00pm

Year 5 Excursion
Morayfield Bowling

2nd December

6.00pm Graduation
Mass and Dinner

4th December

Senior Excursion Dreamworld

3.10 - 4.10pm AusKick

5th December

8.40am Assembly
School Finishes at 12.00pm

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Regular Events

Mondays 8am – 8.30am
and 3pm – 3.45pm
Thursdays 8am – 8.30am
and 3pm – 3.45pm

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Next week we commence the season of Advent.  This is a symbolic time to prepare for the coming of Christ.  In the mad rush of the end of the school year and the lead up to Christmas it is always a challenge to heed the call of Advent to slow down, to wait in anticipation for the birth of the Christ child. The season is rich in imagery and expectation. School celebrations at this time of year are also rich in symbolism and purpose. We say goodbye, we celebrate success and we find joy in all we have achieved throughout the year.  In our efforts to close the year efficiently, let’s not ignore the warmth and enthusiasm we feel in our hearts.  Let’s make sure we show who we are by sharing what’s in our hearts. 


As we draw closer to the end of the year, we find ourselves busy with Graduation practices and preparations.  It is a time when I look back over the year and marvel at the growth and development of our Senior students and realise how so many of them are ready for the world of secondary school. 

This year our Senior students have chosen the theme: ‘Let’s Go Colour the World’.  They chose this theme with the understanding that they will continue to use the talents and gifts with which they have been blessed and that they have developed over the years at St Peter’s.  Based on that idea of using gifts, the final song which will be used at the Graduation Mass is a song the whole cohort of senior students have had a hand in writing.  Ideas were gathered from each class and a group of very talented writers and composers worked together to create the song – Let’s Go Colour the World’.  Once again, the end of year celebrations for our Senior students will be wonderful celebrations for this community.

The Senior students of 2014 will be handing over the leadership roles to the Seniors of 2015.  These include being great role models in being respectful, responsible and safe here at St Peter’s.  Students will also take on Ministry roles as well.  We look forward to celebrating these successes and future leadership within our community.

Next Tuesday 2 December, we will continue with the end of year celebrations of our senior students with the Graduation Mass beginning at 6:00pm in the parish church.  Following the mass, parents, staff and graduating students will then continue the celebrations with a wonderful meal prepared for us by Mr. Midgley and his band of helpers.  As you can see there is a lot happening within these last two weeks. 


2 casual positions exist for a School Crossing Supervisor at St Peters Catholic Primary School, you may also need to relieve at other schools.   The School Crossing Supervisor may be required to work five days per week in all weather conditions. The hours of work for School Crossing Supervisors are normally 1.5 hours a day and usually comprise of one hour in the morning and ½ hour in the afternoon. For further details, please see this week's newsletter.

St Peter's are pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of our smartphone and tablet App available for both iOS and Android devices. 

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These are just a few of its uses:

  • Receive school messages
  • View the Tuckshop menu
  • Access Flexischool's service
  • Report an absence
  • Read the school newsletter
  • Order from the Uniform Shop
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