St Jude’s Catholic Primary School

Langford

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Andrew Chinn Incursion

Andrew Chinn Incursion

Students from Kindy to Year 6 had an awesome time with Australian religious songwriter and singer, Andrew Chinn! The student often sing a variety of Andrew Chinn songs during Liturgical Singing and school masses with some of our favourites being ‘The Rainbow Song’ and ‘These Hands’. Students attended short workshops throughout the day as they learnt some new songs which was later used when the whole school came together for an afternoon concert.

Edu-Dance Concert

Edu-Dance Concert

Students from Pre Primary to Year 6 have been working tirelessly throughout the term in preparation for our annual Edu-Dance concert. It was such an entertaining afternoon as students from across the school moved and grooved to the rhythms of their specially chosen Edu-Dance song. It was awesome to see the turnout from the many parents and friends that came to watch one of our biggest events of the year.

Open Night

Open Night

What a night! Following on from our annual Edu-Dance concert, students from across the school showcased the fantastic work happening in their classes with our 2022 Open Night. Parents and students filled the classrooms as they participated in a special ‘Open Night Amazing Race’ where students found clues along the way and entered the draw to win a special prize! The quality of work from across the school was amazing and the classrooms looked outstanding! Well done to all the students on their efforts across the term.

We are proud of our children and all that they achieve and share with them a great pride in our school.

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Andrew Chinn Incursion

Students from Kindy to Year 6 had an awesome time with Australian religious songwriter and singer, Andrew Chinn! The student often sing a variety of Andrew Chinn songs during Liturgical Singing and school masses with some of our favourites being ‘The Rainbow Song’ and ‘These Hands’. Students attended short workshops throughout the day as they learnt some new songs which was later used when the whole school came together for an afternoon concert.

Edu-Dance Concert

Students from Pre Primary to Year 6 have been working tirelessly throughout the term in preparation for our annual Edu-Dance concert. It was such an entertaining afternoon as students from across the school moved and grooved to the rhythms of their specially chosen Edu-Dance song. It was awesome to see the turnout from the many parents and friends that came to watch one of our biggest events of the year.

Open Night

What a night! Following on from our annual Edu-Dance concert, students from across the school showcased the fantastic work happening in their classes with our 2022 Open Night. Parents and students filled the classrooms as they participated in a special ‘Open Night Amazing Race’ where students found clues along the way and entered the draw to win a special prize! The quality of work from across the school was amazing and the classrooms looked outstanding! Well done to all the students on their efforts across the term.

Crazy Hair, Pyjama and Rice Day

One of our Catholic Social Teachings remind us the importance to help those in need. Students took part in our annual Crazy Hair, Pyjama and Rice Day this week. During the day, students were reminded of those without food or those in the world that live on only one bowl of rice a day if they are lucky. Grumbling tummies were a reminder of this throughout the day. All money raised will go towards helping St Vincent de Paul and the Archbishop’s LifeLink agencies.

Lightning Carnival

Our Year 4-6 students took part in an Interschool Lightning Carnival comprising of Football, Soccer and Netball. All students represented the school with pride and demonstrated great sportsmanship. It was great to see the marked improvement in skill during the term as students took part in training. Well done to all our students!

Sacrament of Reconciliation

A number of our students recently received the Sacrament of Reconciliation. This is am important Sacrament in the faith life of our students and focuses on the ability to make good moral choices and building strong relationships with others. This Sacrament also reminds us that we all make mistakes and the importance of restoring relationships when we make a wrong choices.

AFL Day

Students from across the school came together in support of Caritas’ Project Compassion by coming to school dressed in their favourite AFL team jerseys or accessories or dressed in sports attire from other sporting teams of their choice.

Stations of the Cross

Our Year 6 Leaders led us in a most special tableau dramatisation titled ‘Walk with Jesus’, retelling the final events in the life of Jesus. This year, the tableau was streamed into each classroom due to a number of restrictions that were in place. It was a wonderful way to end the term with the whole school reflecting on ‘Jesus’ Journey to the Cross’ as they participated in a very different way.

Drumming Incursion (Harmony Day)

To celebrate Harmony Day in a special way, Mrs Waghorn (our Japanese Teacher) organised an awesome Taiko Drumming incursion. ‘Taiko’ is a word used specifically to refer to a variety of Japanese drums. Taiko drumming is a traditional style of drumming in Japan. Thank you to our friends at Taiko On for this awesome display of Japanese Culture and Taiko Drumming.

Harmony Day

What a day! Students from across the school took part in our Harmony Day celebrations today. We began the day with a special liturgy broadcasted through the PA for all classes to participate in. This was followed by cultural activities throughout the day centred on the cultures of the students in each classroom.

Mother’s Day Morning Tea

What a wonderful way to celebrate our Mothers and Mother figures at our school. We began the day coming together to celebrate our first Mass since restrictions lifted. This was followed by a special morning tea. Our Pastoral Committee did a fantastic job ensuring that all our Mums and mother figures were looked after. It was great to see the amount of children and their Mother’s, Grandmum’s and mother figures attend our special morning tea. Thank you to all who organised and helped with the preparation for the day!

Christmas Concert

What a way to end the year! Our Carols by Twilight Christmas Concert was well attended with hundreds of family and friends coming along as they enjoyed a picnic under the stars before being entertained by our Kindy to Year 6 classes at this year’s concert.

End of Year Excursion

Our End of Year Excursion was a wonderful way for our Year 1-6 students to celebrate the 2021 school year. Students had a blast and enjoyed their sausage sizzle lunch that was prepared by some of our teachers and parent volunteers. Last week our Kindy and Pre Primary students also celebrated with an excursion of their own.

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