St Jude’s Catholic Primary School

Langford

(08) 6350 2500

admin@stjudes.wa.edu.au

Absentee Line: (08) 6350 2500 (Option 2)

Reconciliation Retreat

Reconciliation Retreat

On the 25th of May, Year 3 spent the day at the Shoenstatt Shrine as part of our preparation for receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation. We had a lovely day with Sister Lisette, learning about forgiveness and the importance of saying sorry. We really enjoyed creating a home for our sheep and a community for them.

Museum Excursion

Museum Excursion

On the 16th of August, Year 2 and Year 3 went to the WA Museum, Boola Bardip, for an excursion. We attended an education session about classifying, visited the Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibition and we were also able to spend some time exploring the museum. It was a very busy day! Thanks to all the wonderful parents who helped us on the day!

Harmony Day

Harmony Day

Harmony Day celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.​ This year we celebrated Harmony Day in a very exciting way. First, we came to school dressed in the traditional dress from the country we come from. We also were able to attend a Japanese Drumming Incursion. It was awesome being allowed to play the drums!

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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Year 3

Reconciliation Retreat

On the 25th of May, Year 3 spent the day at the Shoenstatt Shrine as part of our preparation for receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation. We had a lovely day with Sister Lisette, learning about forgiveness and the importance of saying sorry. We really enjoyed creating a home for our sheep and a community for them.

Museum Excursion

On the 16th of August, Year 2 and Year 3 went to the WA Museum, Boola Bardip, for an excursion. We attended an education session about classifying, visited the Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibition and we were also able to spend some time exploring the museum. It was a very busy day! Thanks to all the wonderful parents who helped us on the day!

Harmony Day

Harmony Day celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.​ This year we celebrated Harmony Day in a very exciting way. First, we came to school dressed in the traditional dress from the country we come from. We also were able to attend a Japanese Drumming Incursion. It was awesome being allowed to play the drums!

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