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.
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"Going on a Bear Hunt"
Thank you morning tea for helpers
Twilight Sports 2.30-5.00pm
CIA Family BBQ from 5pm
Prep Orientation 2:20pm-3:20pm
Year 6 Graduation
End of Year Paraliturgy 7pm
Last Day of Term for Students School Finish
28th January 2016
Term 1 begins
(Half day for preps - 9am-1pm)
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Mondays & Fridays
9am to 10am
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|LEARNING HUB TERM 4
Dec 2 Marilyn Cuddihy, Religion
Dec 9 Kirsty Watts, Reading
Date: Wednesday 2nd December
Where: Padua Building
Time: 2.50—3.15 pm
Mrs Cuddihy invites you to our Learning Hub. Next week, the focus will be on Religion, and activities we can do with our children leading up to Christmas. Remember, you can take your child/children out of the classroom and bring them to the session.
Hope to see you all there!! If you require any further information please do not hesitate to call me on 95460044 or email me at -firstname.lastname@example.org
The SRC continued their Healthy Eating promotion to the students in Level 3, by making easy and inexpensive "Fruit Salad Cups‟.
This is very easy to make as you only need to chop up fruit into small pieces. Our fruit salad cups had watermelon, banana, strawberry, apples, blueberries, cantaloupe, kiwi fruit, pears and peaches. However, you can choose your own favourite fruits for your cup.
YOU ARE INVITED and THANK YOU
There will be a Thank You Morning Tea for all those who have helped out in the school this year. You are invited to attend on Tuesday 1st December at 10.50am. We look forward to seeing you there.
SCHOOL ADVENT ETHICAL ACTION
During Advent the children will be asked to bring an item for a Christmas hamper to give to St. Vincent de Paul for families who cannot afford the normal luxuries for a Christmas celebration. Each class has a particular item to bring and your child's teacher will let them know what that item is. St. Vincent de Paul will then make up the hampers. This is a way for our children to learn to give and be generous at a time when they receive so much.
END OF YEAR PARALITURGY
Over the next month each class will be preparing for our End of Year Paraliturgy on Tuesday 15th December at 7pm.
A reminder to put this date into your diaries, as we look forward to all families joining us to celebrate the year that has been and reflecting on the story of the Nativity.
Porridge Bluerays and DVDs are now available, order yours now for Christmas! Click here for the order form.