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Newsletter 2020 – 15th October

Welcome back to the new term and the last for the year. I hope you managed to have some quality family time together and that your children are well rested for the busy term ahead. We are now in summer uniform and the children will have until the end of week two to have made the transition to the summer uniform. A final Term Planner will go home with this newsletter. Please diarise any important dates as I’m sure the weeks will fly by heading towards Christmas.

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Newsletter 2020 – 15th October

Welcome back to the new term and the last for the year. I hope you managed to have some quality family time together and that your children are well rested for the busy term ahead. We are now in summer uniform and the children will have until the end of week two to have made the transition to the summer uniform. A final Term Planner will go home with this newsletter. Please diarise any important dates as I’m sure the weeks will fly by heading towards Christmas.

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Newsletter 2020 – 19th August

What a busy place schools are! Recently I was able to see students and staff involved in a STEM challenge at lunch time, singing beautifully and in 3-part harmony during choir, finishing coding club in the afternoon and running in preparation for the athletics carnival. It is wonderful that we have staff who are so happy to share their gifts and talents to ensure our students have a rich and diverse curriculum. What I have listed above is just a snapshot of the activities that our hard-working staff design for our children. In this COVID-19 environment where so many activities are restricted it is wonderful to see our staff making sure that children still have access to these extra curricula activities.

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Newsletter 2020 – 6th August

It is wonderful to be back in the school after a restful and relaxing break. I’ll be honest in saying that I was able to not have to think about the school whilst I was away. This is a reflection of the very capable staff at Sacred Heart and in particular our wonderful Assistant Principals Mr Shane Landers and Mrs Lisa Ripley. The school was in very capable hands and I thank them for doing such a wonderful job whilst I was on leave.

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