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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)

4th April
School Assembly Year 4 Rutledge
Term 1 concludes

21st April
Easter Monday Public Holiday

22nd April
Term 2 commences

24th April
ANZAC Day Assembly 2pm
Parish Mass 9am
Year 3 King & Year 3 Williams
ANZAC Liturgy

25th April
ANZAC Day Public Holiday

27th April
DD Rugby League Trials
U11/U12 (Pittsworth)

28th April
DD Rugby League Trials
U11/U12 (Pittsworth)

29th April
DD Netball Trials
U11/U12 (Toowoomba)

1st May
Parish Mass 9am Year 7 Collins

2nd May
Broncos League & Netball Cup (Day 1)
School Assembly 9am Year 3 King

6th May
P&F Mother's Day Stall
DD Touch Football Trials
for boys and girls (Toowoomba)

7th May
SD Cross Country for boys and girls
(Allora Golf Course from 8.30am)
Class Mass 9am Year 4 Manteufel
and Year 4 Rutledge

8th May
School Photography Day
DD Hockey Trials for
boys and girls (Toowoomba)
Parish Mass 9am Year 7 Hamilton

9th May
Prep Mother's Day Morning Tea
Broncos League & Netball Cup (Day 2)
School Assembly 9am Year 3 Williams

11th May
Mother's Day

12th May
St Mary's Family Week

13th May
NAPLAN Testing
(Language Conventions & Writing)

14th May
Prep Excursion to "Play School Live"
NAPLAN Testing (Reading)
Class Mass 9am Year 6 Bourke
and Year 6 Dearden

15th May
NAPLAN Testing
(Numeracy & Year 7 Calculator)
Parish Mass 9am Year 4 Rutledge
and Year 4 Manteufel
P&F Meeting 7pm

16th May
School Assembly 9am
Year 2 Woodbridge

18th May
DD Soccer Trials for boys (Stanthorpe)

16th May
DD Soccer Trials for
boys & girls (Stanthorpe)

20th May
ICAS Computer Skills Competition
School Board Meeting 6pm

21st May
National Simultaneous Story Time
Class Mass 9am Year 6 Bourke

22nd May
Parish Mass Year 6 Bourke

23rd May
Assumption College Open Day
School Assembly 9am Year 2 Brosnan

26th May
National Reconciliation Day
(National Sorry Day)

27th May
DD Cross Country Trials (Toowoomba)

31st May
St Mary's Trivia Night

3rd June
Parish Pastoral Council 7pm

4th June
ICAS Science Competition
Class Mass 9am Year 3 King
and Year 3 Williams

5th June
Parish Mass 9am Year 5 Norton
and Year 5 Carr

6th June
Queensland Day
Prep VIP Day
School Assembly 9am Year 2 Doyle

9th June
Queen's Birthday Public Holiday

11th June
Class Mass 9am Year 7 Collins
and Year 7 Hamilton

12th June
Parish Mass 9am Year 6 Dearden

13th June
School Assembly 9am
School & House Captains

16th June
ICAS Writing Competition

17th June
ICAS Spelling Competition

18th June
School Board Meeting 6.00 pm

19th June
P & F Meeting 7.00 pm

20th June
You Can Do It Award Presentation at Assembly (Confidence)
Sacrament of Confirmation
School Assembly 9am Year 4 Rutledge

21st June
Sacrament of First Eucharist 6pm

22nd June
Sacrament of First Eucharist 8.30am

23rd June
St Mary's Athletics (Field Events)

24th June
Assumption College
Transition Day (Year 7)

25th June
Assumption College
Transition Day (Year 6)
Reports and Student Portfolio
sent home

26th June
St Mary's Athletics (Track Events)

27th June
NAIDOC Week School Celebration Day
Term 2 concludes


Fridays 9am Upper Campus Hall

2nd Hand Uniform Shop
Tuesdays between 2.30pm & 3.30pm

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Welcome to our website.....

Welcome to St Mary's Catholic Primary School Warwick, one of Warwick's finest primary schools. Under the umbrella of the Toowoomba Diocesan Catholic Education Office, we are a Parish School, part of the St Mary's Parish, Warwick. Our Parish Priest, Fr Franco Filipetto, supports the pastoral role of the school.

The school offers a professional and dedicated staff who endeavour to deliver a curriculum which is both exciting and innovative.  We have a very real commitment to the basics of literacy and numeracy. We compliment this by also addressing other key areas of learning to provide a wonderful all-round education for the children in our care.

St Mary's School is proud of its history of providing high quality education in an environment of the Catholic tradition. Our school is committed to meeting the challenges of education today and in the future in order to provide students with the skills necessary to progress further along the life-long journey of education and learning.

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At last week's Assembly, Mr Carr shaved off his silver locks to support our St Mary's families experiencing leukaemia. Please support those suffering from leukaemia in our school community by supporting Dave Carr and donating to the Leukaemia Foundation. All donations will be gratefully received.

Shave for a cure"What an event! Thank you all, for your support over the last few weeks towards finding a cure. We have already banked about $1,800.00 from our generous St Mary's community. Our goal was $1,000.00, so a very well done. The last day for any donation is the Friday, 4th April. God bless and enjoy your Easter with your families" Dave Carr.

St Mary's requests your family support with student participation in the Warwick ANZAC Day March and commemorative service on Friday 25th April 2014 to honour the sacrifice our nation has taken over the last 99 years to protect our freedom, traditions and loved ones.

St Mary's Students (from Prep to Year 7) need to wear their formal summer school uniform, with school hat and water bottle. St Mary's Kindergarten students will wear their St Mary's navy blue Kindergarten uniform, with school hat and water bottle.

There is a new Marching Assembly point for all Warwick schools this year. This year, schools will assemble in Palmerin Street, in the section from King Street to Percy Street. This will allow the separation of schools from the Diggers in forming up the parade and should make for a much smoother operation for parade marshals and less chaotic for parents to drop off in Percy Street. St Mary's School and Kindergarten will assemble around 10.25am -10.35 am in front of the Video Store in Palmerin Street.

We look forward to all students walking with St Mary's on Anzac Day, demonstrating community service, respect and pride in our great Nation.

Please click here to go to the Warwick ANZAC Day March Participation form in this week's newsletter.

Each year, our school supports Caritas Australia's Project Compassion. Your donation to Project Compassion helps Caritas Australia pursue justice and help those who are the most vulnerable to extreme poverty, injustice and disadvantage in more than 35 countries around the world.

Each week during Lent, the children will focus on the story of a child in a particular country which will be supported this year.

This week we meet Martina who is a teacher in a Solomon Islands school. Her favourite part of the day is teaching the children songs from the Caritas Australia's Disaster Risk Management Project.

"Nursery rhymes break down the fear associated with natural disasters, and also help children memorise the rhymes and the emergency response," said Martina. Disasters often occur early in the morning when the children are at school so it is very important for the young children to learn strategies to be safe during disasters and emergencies. "This season we're better prepared and know how to respond, and in an emergency this can make all the difference" said Martina.

Enrolments for Prep 2015

Our beautiful St Mary’s Kindergarten is located beside the Upper Campus and Parish Centre at 170 Palmerin Street. There are still a few vacancies. Please telephone the Director, Marie Sullivan for more information, (phone 0488665525) or drop in for a visit with your little ones.

KINDERGARTEN AGE Children who were born from July 01 – December 31, 2009 and January 01 – June 30, 2010 are eligible for Kindergarten in 2014.

The P&F provides a medium of support, information and involvements for parents in the life of the School Community. It develops collaboration between parents and school staff, promoting the aims of Catholic Education. The P&F represents the interests of the whole parent body. It helps parents engage with the school and education of children and it works to support the school. Meetings are currently held on the third Thursday of each month and we would like to have agenda items submitted to the executive prior to this date.


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