Father’s Day Mass Friday 3 September 2021
You are formally invited to our Junior School Father’s Day Mass on Friday 3 September 2021 at Mary Immaculate Church.
We are still yet to finalise the times for the Mass as we are still not too sure what restrictions will be in place. We will let you know closer to the date.
As part of the celebration, there is a slideshow presentation showcasing our fathers/grandfathers with their son(s). If you would like to send a photo through, please email it by Friday 27 August (Week 7) to email@example.com
We hope that you can join us for this special occasion.
Mr Stephen Ghattas
Assistant Director of Junior School/Student Formation
Book Week Celebrations and Competitions
Term 3 is nearly upon us and in August we will be celebrating Book Week at the Junior School. The theme this year is ‘Old Worlds, New Worlds, Other Worlds.’
Pop-up Bookshop to Kick Off in August
Our Waverley pop-up bookshop proudly supported by The Children’s Bookshop in Glebe will kick off our celebrations on Monday 23 August from 9am – 12:45 pm in the Learning Hub.
Students will visit the bookshop with their class on Monday from 9am. Payment method will be determined closer to the date.
Allowing your son to make his own choices on what to purchase is a great way to encourage him to read!
Book prices will begin at $15.00.
Harry Laing Author Presentation
Harry Laing is a poet, children’s author, creative writing teacher and comic performer. He will be our guest author on Wednesday 25 August. The presentation aims at promoting reading and creative writing.
Competitions to Help Hone Talent
All students from the Junior campus are encouraged to enter one or both of the competitions running for Book Week. I will be promoting these competitions in the first few weeks of Term 3. Winners will be announced on Friday 27 August!
Ms Natasha Zivanovic
Primary Literacy and Innovation Teacher
History Hysteria Showcase
In term 2 Week 9, Year 5 students hosted their annual History Showcase. This was the students’ culminating event for their term’s History research, from which they chose a historical figure and historical event from the 1800s-1900s. This inquiry unit explored the significance of people, groups, places, and events that have led to the development of Australia. The day proved to be a huge success, with parents coming onto the grounds to witness the hysteria that took place.
A huge thank you to all of the teachers for their tireless work, Mr Brennan for being our guest judge, the parents who attended, and finally, well done to all of Year 5 for their incredible efforts. It was undoubtedly one to remember!
Mr Thomas Mitton
Director of Curriculum – Junior School