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Coming Up Soon
(refer to newsletter for details)

5th August
Social Justice Nursing Home Visit
2.50 - 3.15pm Learning Hub

6th August
L2AB, L2KE and Year 1L2GA Werribee Mansion

12th August
Confirmation Reflection Day
2:50pm Learning Hubs
7pm Advisory Group

13th August
L4 Guest Speaker
CIA Meeting 7pm

16th August
Sacrament of Confirmation

18th August

L3 Link Sports 2:20pm-3:20pm
L2 Planarama Evening
5:00pm-6:00pm (Padua)

19th August
1:20pm Social Justice
Nursing Home Visit
2:50pm Learning Hubs

20th August
L2 Excursion to Werribee Mansion

24th August
Yarraman Nursing Home Visit

25th August
L4 Meet and Greet George Ivanoff
L3 Link Sports 2:20pm-3:20pm


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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.

We had a very exciting outcome at the Regional Robotics Championship. Ellis and her very keen team of students have been putting hours into programming their Robots to dance and exploring different programs and moves. Many of the school in there have been attending this conference for years, and have spent quite a lot of money on equipment and training, but we managed to come FIRST and SECOND in the Dance Category. The competition consisted of time as a team with the Judges to explain the programming you used, then an exhibition of what your Robot could do.

Regional Robotics Championship

We were very excited at this unexpected result and would like to CONGRATULATE the Robotic Teams of Epona, Rajeeva, Tieanna & Soo, Sami, Johnny, Paul, Lohith & Nicholas and David & Shaun and their Teacher Ellis Warrerner who has given many hours in her free time to train these students for the event. They move onto the State Finals in three weeks where we wish them well.

Making cup cakes

On the 27th of July 2015, the Social Justice Group, also known as the Mini Vinnies at St Anthony’s, Noble Park, came together to bake and decorate cupcakes for the Soup Van. St Anthony’s Mini Vinnies group thought this was a great idea because it gave us the chance to help the people who really need it. This was really fun and it was a fantastic opportunity but wouldn’t have worked if Dinka and Jarrod weren’t there to help. Thank you so much! This was really fun and a great opportunity to help the people in need.
By Erica and Theresa L4BAW

We are looking forward this term to our big production of Porridge. The cast has been decided and the students are eagerly learning their lines and their roles. Every child in the school will be involved in this Production on the 11th September at the Moorabbin Town Hall which is a very big venue, so there should be no disappointment with tickets. The tickets will be sold from the Venue online and from their ticketing office so we will inform you when ticketing begins. Remember first in best dressed!!!!!!


School as Banks for Social Capital
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The Parents and Friends Association is now known as the C.I.A. (Community In Action) Group.

Why join the C.I.A.?
~ Meet other parents
~ Volunteer your time at St Anthony’s to make a difference in our community
~ Be first to hear about important news and upcoming events
~ Have a voice in activities at St Anthony’s

Next meeting:
Thursday, August 13th at 7pm-8pm in the School Office Meeting Room
If you would like more information about the C.I.A. please ask Debbie or Lisa.

From Wednesday, July 15th to Tuesday, September 8th, 2015, when anyone from our school community – staff, parents and friends – shop at Woolworths they can collect Woolworths Earn & Learn Stickers from the checkout operator and place them on a Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker Sheet. There’s one Woolworths Earn & Learn Sticker for every $10 spent (excluding liquor, tobacco, and gift cards).
Once completed, simply place the Sticker Sheet in the Collection Box there is one in the Parent Room. At the end of term, the sticker sheets will be collated and, thanks to Woolworth’s partnership with Modern Teaching Aids, we will be able to ‘purchase’ resources for our school.

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