Holy Family Primary take part in Walk Safely to School Day
27 May 2014
Students at Holy Family Primary School, Granville East took part in national Walk Safely to School Day recently.Walk Safely to School Day is an annual, national event to promote road safety, physical activity and environmental benefits that regular walking can provide.
After meeting at a nearby park, students, teachers and parents walked to school to encourage safe pedestrian habits in a supervised environment.
Teacher Natalie Bratby said the event was a great opportunity for students to experience the walk to school in the company of friends, parents and teachers.
‘As well as getting some extra physical activity today, the students have had a lot of fun,’ she said. ‘
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Today we said thank you and farewell to Mr Ken Beardsley in a beautiful Mass of Thanksgiving. Ken has worked with Holy Family for nearly two decades. We wish Ken all the best with his retirement. It is very well deserved!
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Join us on a Virtual Exhibition showcasing the Stage 3 Pop Artworks from Term 3. Thank you to Ms Elisa Pettenon from CEDP and Mrs Rita Atileh for their support and guidance of of Stage Visual Arts Program.
28 Nov 2022
Just a reminder that tomorrow for wellbeing week students are invited to dress up as a maintenance man or woman. As students will be participating in some sporting activities throughout the day please ensure that appropriate footware is worn.
25 Nov 2022
Congratulations to Olivia Burke for being awarded the Auburn Review Citizenship Award last night. Citation: - Olivia is a diligent and respectful student who engages in all classroom activities, supports her peers and devotes her full attention to all that she faces. - She is an excellent model of our school’s values and expectations and strives for social justice within the school community. - Olivia is a wonderful role model to younger students as she possesses an understanding and patient nature which makes her a valuable peer to many at Holy Family. - She is happy and trusted to take responsibility for jobs she has been asked to do and carries them out in a mature manner.
22 Nov 2022
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22 Nov 2022
This year we farewell Mr Ken Beardsley. As we would like to farewell him as a whole school community we invite you to his farewell Mass on Wednesday November 30 @ 10am If you intend in attending the Mass, please return the attached note signed once your child brings it home.
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This afternoon Year 4 and kindergarten joined together to learn about forces using the Lego Wedo kits! The students showed grit and teamwork to work together and make the pulley! They had such a great time being scientists!