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25th February
Information Night
Levels 2,3 & 4

26th February

Interschool Sport L4 Round 2

27th February

Applications for Year 7 Close

2nd March

School Photo Day

4th March

Advisory Group Meeting

5th March

Interschool Sport Level 4

9th March


12th March

Interschool Sport Level 4
Swimming Levels 1,2 &3

13th March

Swimming Levels 1,2 &3

16th March

Swimming Levels 1,2 &3

18th March

Swimming Levels 1,2 &3

19th March

Swimming Levels 1,2 &3
Interschool Sport Finals L4

20th March

Harmony Day

23rd March

Swimming Levels 1,2 &3

24th March

Bread Fruit Water Day
Canteen Closed

25th March
Feast of Annunciation
Swimming Levels 1,2 & 3

26th March

Swimming Levels 1,2 & 3

27th March

Paraliturgy and Easter
End of Term at 3.20pm

13th April

Classes resume for Term 2



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Welcome to St Anthony's School website

St Anthony’s Primary school is a unique school situated in the multicultural suburb of Noble Park. It offers a diverse learning environment, which caters for the individual needs of students.  Students participate in a fully comprehensive curriculum within a caring Catholic Community, which is strongly connected to our Parish of St Anthony’s.

We at St Anthony’s believe that it is only through an authentic partnership between families and the school that students can reach their fullest potential. We support this partnership through many innovative and engaging social occasions and through active parent participation in their child’s learning.

At St. Anthony’s we pride ourselves on being a fully inclusive community where the needs of all students are addressed.  We provide many opportunities to enhance the student’s potential. If students need special assistance we have the facilities and staff to provide this.

We invite you to explore this website to find out more about what St Anthony's has to offer you and your child. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need further information.

Community News

On Tuesday, the students gathered behind the Padua building, where we had a service to burn their Lenten Promises and the palms, which were used on Palm Sunday last year. The ashes from this were used to place the cross on our foreheads at Mass and at a Prayer Service on Ash Wednesday, a reminder to us to turn our lives around.

Ash Wednesday

The following is a transcript of an email to the school from a very grateful parent while on holidays in Canberra from Tasmania.

“Hi, We had the pleasure of meeting some of your students and staff at the National Arboretum playground in Canberra yesterday. We are on holiday from Tasmania, and had taken our three year old son to the playground. I became a little anxious watching my son tackle the big climb to the slide by himself, and felt he would become distressed halfway along and want to come down. Without prompting, your wonderful students assisted him down the slide safely, and continued to monitor his safety together throughout the entire time.

A teacher proudly told us the students were from St Anthony’s, and gave us the postcard ‘It’s just a Postcode’. We were so touched by the experience, and wanted to feed back to the school how lovely and car-ing your students are. Well done to the staff, your school must be very proud.  I shared this experience on Facebook to let others know of your school.
Kind regards,  Cathy

In two weeks we will be having our first Advisory Group for the 2015 School Year. This group advises the school on directions to take and gives feedback about programs and events. We have had a very active group over the last two years and would like to keep this going. I invite you to nominate yourself for this group. We normally have between 8 and 10 parents, there are 8 meetings a year and you stay on the group for 2 years. Parents who have been on the Advisory Group have found it very rewarding and not overly taxing. Please refer to the Expression of Interest Form in the latest newsletter. 

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