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Important Dates

28th July
9.30am ICAS English Comp

5.30pm - 8.30pm
Visual Arts Performance

29th July
9am Australian Maths Comp

31st July
8.40am Assembly
Catholic Education Week
9am MOPS Competition No. 3
11.40am Interschool Sport
Book Club orders due
6.30pm Arts Performance
Evening at St Columban's

4th August

District Athletics Carnival
P&F Meeting 6.30pm

5th August

District Athletics Carnival

6th August

9.00am - 2.30pm
Year 1 Excursion Australia Zoo

7th August

8.40am Assembly 4 Blue
Mary MacKillop Feast Day
11.40am - 2.30pm
Interschool Sport

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

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                 Catholic Education Week

This week is Catholic Education Week.  During this week we reflect on and celebrate that which is special to our community of schools.  Our Executive Director Pam Betts wrote in her message to staff this week:

During our Queensland Catholic Education Week celebrations, there is a valuable message of ‘community’ that is relevant for the disturbing ripples of cultural and interreligious isolationism that seem to be surfacing unexpectedly in our nation. The state’s 296 Catholic schools with their nearly 143,000 students are a real example of how a sense of community belongs to our very being.

The 2015 theme of Engaging Minds, Igniting Hearts, Serving Others focuses us on the unifying vision of our mission of Catholic education for the young people of Queensland. This Christian community identity is a strong reminder that any tendency to segregation or isolationism can never succeed.

The recurrent theme is that Catholic schools build community.  Catholic Education week is unique at St Peter’s.  This week we have two major celebrations: our Visual Arts Night on Tuesday and our Performing Arts Evening on Friday.  What better way to recognise the BCE theme of ‘Head, Heart and Hands’, than by showcasing the results of our students’ creativity.  The creations of their head, heart and hands.

Please come along and help us continue to build and celebrate our wonderful community.

Details of each of these events have been sent home previously and are outlined elsewhere in this week's newsletter.

In exciting news, we learnt last week that previous principal Mr Jim Midgley was one of only eight recipients of the Catholic Education Week, ‘Spirit of Education’ Award.  Jim was recognised for being an ‘Innovative and Ground Breaking Leader of Change and Improvement’.  Congratulations Mr Midgley!

Catholic Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the many wonderful aspects of being part of a Catholic school. Here at St Peter’s we recognise the significance of the week through celebrations of The Arts. Tonight we are holding our Visual Arts Evening where we will appreciate the artistic talents displayed by students.

A reminder to those attending this evening that wine, cheese and light snacks are provided, however you may wish to consider the regular eating routines of your children as the snacks and refreshments on offer do not constitute a dinner. You may wish to have your dinner before arrival or after the completion of events at approximately 7:15.

The Earn and Learn program is back!  Starting on Wednesday 15 July – everyone who spends $10 at any Woolworths will receive a sticker token.  A collection box will be available in the undercover area at school or in the Resource Centre if you wish to drop off your sticker tokens or completed sheets.  The promotion continues until 8 September.  At the completion of the promotion, St Peter’s school will be able to use the points earned to redeem resources and equipment. Thanking you in advance!

The MS Read-a-thon is a simple way to empower your child to make a difference. Taking part is easy. Simply register online and encourage your child to read as much as they can throughout August to help people living with multiple sclerosis (MS).  Ask friends and family for support through sponsorship donations.  In November, your child will receive a Certificate of Appreciation. To register or for more information visit msreadathon.org.au Reading Dates:  August 1st – 31st, 2015.            


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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