A Word from Rob Weule

We saw many bugs and creepy crawlies at Longneck Lagoon. God designed and created every one of them. Jesus died for them too. He died for ‘every square inch’ of His creation.

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A Word from Rob Weule

We saw many bugs and creepy crawlies at Longneck Lagoon. God designed and created every one of them. Jesus died for them too. He died for ‘every square inch’ of His creation.

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Return to School 25 October 2021

We are looking forward to seeing all our students back next Monday. Please read this updated information carefully, and contact the Office if you have any questions.

Return to School 18 October 2021

Read this article carefully as we attempt to answer all your questions about students returning to school. Contact the Office if you are still unsure about anything at all.

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Year 6 Fun Day is for EVERYONE!

On Tuesday 30 November, Year 6 have organised a fun day for P – 6 students. Everyone can wear non-uniform and participate in heaps of activities for the cost of $5.

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Community

A Word from Cassie Dixon

How many of us have been paralysed by fear of the unknown? There are so many things that we can worry about. Thankfully, God does not expect us to journey through life alone.

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Community

A Word from Jason Shadie

The HSC is just one important event in the life of our students. It is definitely not a ‘defining’ moment. Our students – your children – are infinitely more valuable than the results of their exams.

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Community

A Word from Leila Thomson

Friendships, teaching and parenting will always require patience. The Lord calls us to be patient with one another, but he also asks us to wait patiently for him.

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A Word from Gareth Thompson

Hope is a funny thing. Sometimes we hope for little things; sometimes big. Sometimes our hopes are for others and sometimes for ourselves. As Christians, we can know a certain hope that does not disappoint.

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A Word from Ashleigh Plane

The ability to critically reflect is an important aspect of learning. At a basic level, we may use tools such as a PMI chart, but it is a deeper level of critical thinking that informs and shapes the future.

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COVID-19

Updated Return to School

The NSW Government has announced that we can return to school sooner than we initially expected. Students will now return to learning onsite from 18 October. Read on for details.

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