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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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WHOLE SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
These are held on most Monday afternoons at 2.10pm at the MacKillop Centre, Upper Campus. Families are very welcome to join with us at these times. Each week, one class will prepare a very short presentation (around 5 minutes duration) based on a religious theme occurring in the classroom or Catholic Feast day. All children in the class presentation participate through singing in a group song, speaking, acting, or presenting their work. Notification of your child’s class assembly will be sent home with your child.
Our first general School Assembly will be on Monday 23rd February commencing at 2.10pm and led by 6R.
CATHOLIC SCHOOL SWIMMING
The Catholic School Swimming Carnival will be held on Wednesday 1th February in Toowoomba. Mrs Standing will make contact with all eligible children next week with permission forms required to be returned by Friday 6th February. Students aged 9 to 12 years are required for this event and times will be taken from last year’s school swimming carnival. Arrangements will be made for times for children turning 9 this year early next week.
PARENT INFORMATION EVENINGS
Year Level Parent Information Evenings are important opportunities to meet your child’s teacher and to clarify expectations for the year. During this session information is shared about curriculum, homework, rules and teacher communication. There is also an opportunity for parents to ask questions. We look forward to seeing you at these important meetings as we work together as a community to further your child’s Catholic Education.
|Monday 9th February
||Year 6 - 5:15pm
||Year 5 - 6:00pm
|Tuesday 10th February
||Year 3 - 5:15pm
||Year 4 - 6:00pm
|Wednesday 11th February
||Year 2 - 5:15pm
||Year 1 - 6:00pm
|Thursday 12th February
||Prep - 6:00pm
P&F Welcome BBQ – A Great Family Fun Night – Friday February 13, 2015 at 5.30pm!!
All parents are invited to join us for the P&F Parent Welcome BBQ to be held on Friday February 13, 2015 at 5.30pm at the upper campus. This is a family fun get-together and a great opportunity for meeting other parents and teachers. We encourage as many families as possible to come along and enjoy a great social night. The children will have a ball!!!
First P&F Meeting – Thursday February 19, 2015 at 7pm – Come along!!!
Our first P&F Meeting for the year is going to be an exciting one and is scheduled for Thursday February 19, at 7pm in the Upper Campus Library. May we take this opportunity to invite you to come along and take an active part in the school through the P&F Association and hear about all the exciting plans for St. Mary’s school in 2015. The AGM for the P&F will be held Thursday, 19 March.
In the lead up to this weekend’s state election, the Queensland Catholic Education Commission (QCEC) and Queensland Parent and Friends Association have received responses from the major and minor political parties to issues that were tabled in support of Catholic Education. I encourage you to read the summary of the two major parties responses, along with the responses from the minor political parties that are provided below. The full responses from each party can be found on the QCEC website at www.qcec.catholic.edu.au
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