At today’s assembly we were introduced to the Learning Power Mascots and heard about how the learning powers are already being used here at St Charles. It was great to see so many examples resilience, risk taking, reflection, collaboration and innovation.
Well done to the students who helped design the mascots. They look fantastic!
Congratulations to all the recipients of the first ever Learning Power awards!
There can be only one.
And that one is???
Let me know who you think is the BEST!
Remember it’s not always about the stats.
Hello everyone and here is this weeks survey.
Fill in the survey and I will post the results next week.
It was amazing to see so many families from our school gathered together to celebrate a Parish Mass at St Kevin’s Church last Saturday night. The students engaged in welcoming people, carrying up the message stick, prayers of the faithful, setting the table, the offertory procession and singing. It was a great vibe with full participation from those present and Fr Gerry leading us in the celebration of Eucharist.
Sunday, 11 November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18).
One hundred years ago, on 11 November 1918, the guns of the Western Front fell silent after four years of continuous warfare. With their armies retreating and close to collapse, German leaders signed an Armistice, bringing to an end the First World War.
For all who have served the cause of peace in our armed forces
For all who have lost loved ones due to war,
For all who continue to suffer due to war,
For all who long for Your peace,
For all who dedicate their lives to Your peace,
For all who bring Your comfort to veterans and their families,
For all of us – called to be messengers of Your peace,
Hi everyone, last week Ethan got close. The answer was the bridge on the bottom playground. Here is this week’s close up photo.
Good luck everyone!
Thank you to everyone who participated in this week’s Junior Artist competition. This weeks winner is Mila Z from 1/2 R with her Pistachio Hotel.
Next week’s theme is: SPACE
To all students at St Charles, I am starting a new blog series called, “What can we do?” This is all about things that we can do to make the world a better place, but with a twist.
For my InquiRe unit, we are learning about being “stewards of the Earth” and sustainability. The definition of sustainability is: The ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. The definition of stewards is: The job of supervising or taking care of something.
Once a week I will post something we can do to make the world a better place. It may go from as little as picking up one piece of rubbish every time we go out to play to planting your own garden. Things like this will help make the world last longer. The twist is if I see you doing something helpful to the environment you get a raffle ticket and at the end of this year you will go in the draw to win something.
I hope you can all act on this huge issue to help the world last longer because remember it all started with US.
This week’s blog of the week goes to Mrs LeFrancois’ Class Blog from Vermont, USA. I recommend everyone take a look at their blog here.
To celebrate this unique Melbourne holiday, here are some games the 3/4s and 5/6s have made for your enjoyment.
Thanks to Father Gerry for kick-starting our feast day with a whole school Mass. It was great to see the whole school get into the singing.