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Coming Up Soon
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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
Last Day

27th March

Paraliturgy and
Easter Bonnet Parade
End of Term 1 at 3.20pm

13th April

Classes resume for Term 2

20th April
Yarraman Nursing Home Visit

22nd April
ANZAC Centenary Service

23rd April
Interschool Sports L4

28th April
Bible and PJ Night

4th May
Enrolments for Prep open


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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

Bread, Fruit and Water DayTuesday 24th March is Bread, Fruit and Water day. This day is part of our Lenten program which allows us to support children around the world who do not have enough to eat. Students are asked to bring along either buttered bread or roll, a piece of fruit and water to school next Friday. We ask for your family's support as this ethical action is important in helping our students to learn about social justice.

The children are also asked to bring a donation for Project Compassion which would represent money normally spent on snacks for their lunch or at the tuck shop. The canteen will be closed for the day.

What a wonderful day we have had today to celebrate Harmony Day. Thank you all for making this day so special. Don't forget that next week we have the Easter Bonnet Parade in the afternoon at 2:20pm. There is a Prize for the best Parent Hat, so get Creative!!!!!!!!!!!!

Harmony Day       Harmony Day

Wednesdays 2.50pm -3.15pm in the Padua Building. Thank you to all the parents who attended the first session. It was a huge success!! The second session for 2015 will be again on Mathematics – bundling and number games. You may take your child out of their grade for the session. Free resources will be available to take home to practise with your child. See you all there. Please see the newsletter for further details.

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