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Student Led Conference
Thank you to all the parents that joined us for the Student Led Conference. The students were very proud to showcase their learning.
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4/09/2015
Mini Fete 2015
Year 6 organised a spectacular Mini Fete to help raise money for their Canberra trip.
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12/08/2015
Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop Feast Day Liturgy
Students, teachers and parents celebrated a liturgy to honour the Feast Day of Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop. As part of our school celebration all students participated in an artwork competition. The beautiful artwork were displayed in the hall. The artwork were judged and the winners from each grade were presented with a gift.
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12/08/2015
Playgroup Biggest Morning Tea
The parents from playgroup held a morning tea to raise money for cancer research.
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26/05/2015
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