St Jude’s Catholic Primary School

Langford

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Father’s Day Brekky

Father’s Day Brekky

What a wonderful way to celebrate our Fathers and Father figures at our school. It was great to see the amount of children and their Father’s, Grandad’s and Father figures attend our special brekky. Thank you to all who organised and helped with the preparation for the day!

Athletics Carnival

Athletics Carnival

Our recent Athletics Carnival was a race to the finish as only 8 points separated our three factions. All students displayed much sportsmanship as they cheered each other on and encouraged their team mates to do their best! Congratulations to all our factions, especially Petry House who took out the shield.

Book Week Incursion

Book Week Incursion

To celebrate ‘Book Week’, we were excited to have ‘Perform Education’ come to our school and engage all students from Kindy to Year 6 in an incursion titled ‘BIGGER, BETTER, BRIGHTER!’ ​Students joined Marley and characters from a selection of The CBCA 2021 Shortlisted Books, as she seeks to discover what it is that is missing and how best to recover it through a fun filled and energetic celebration of CBCA Book Week 2021 that brings together all the elements of great storytelling – a hero, a mystery, a quest, and an exploration!

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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Father’s Day Brekky

What a wonderful way to celebrate our Fathers and Father figures at our school. It was great to see the amount of children and their Father’s, Grandad’s and Father figures attend our special brekky. Thank you to all who organised and helped with the preparation for the day!

Athletics Carnival

Our recent Athletics Carnival was a race to the finish as only 8 points separated our three factions. All students displayed much sportsmanship as they cheered each other on and encouraged their team mates to do their best! Congratulations to all our factions, especially Petry House who took out the shield.

Book Week Incursion

To celebrate ‘Book Week’, we were excited to have ‘Perform Education’ come to our school and engage all students from Kindy to Year 6 in an incursion titled ‘BIGGER, BETTER, BRIGHTER!’ ​Students joined Marley and characters from a selection of The CBCA 2021 Shortlisted Books, as she seeks to discover what it is that is missing and how best to recover it through a fun filled and energetic celebration of CBCA Book Week 2021 that brings together all the elements of great storytelling – a hero, a mystery, a quest, and an exploration!

Book Week Parade

This year’s Book Week parade saw an awesome display of creativity and imagination as students and staff took to the stage and modelled their costumes and the book in which they got their inspiration from. We were also visited by many Wally’s from the book ‘Where’s Wally!’ and the ‘Three Little Pigs’.

Sacrament of Confirmation

Congratulations to all our candidates on receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. Today, many of our students became fully initiated into the Catholic Church as they received the seven gifts and nine fruits of the Holy Spirit and were reminded to go out and use these gifts and fruits in their lives each and every day as they not only spread God’s love to the world but live like Jesus everyday.

MUSIC: One Big Voice

Our school choir joined together with just over 7,000 students to perform at the 2021 ‘One Big Voice’ festival. The event took place at the Perth Arena and students sang their hearts out with just under 10 songs being performed; all with a message of hope, belonging or unity. All who attended were absolutely blown away by this breath taking performance.

Stations of the Cross

Students from across the school took part in a special dramatisation retelling the final events in the life of Jesus. It was a wonderful way to end the term with the whole school reflecting on ‘Jesus’ Journey to the Cross’

Cricket Carnival

Our Year 6 Students took part in a Cricket Carnival with other similar sized schools from our region.

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