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  • 04 March

    Public Holiday Labour Day 2024

  • 05 March

    Hymn Singing

  • 06 March

    NAPLAN Practice Test

  • 08 March

    No Assembly

  • 08 March

    Faction Swimming Carnival Bayswater Waves Yrs

  • 11 March

    Parent/Teacher Interviews

  • 11 March

    Stage going up

  • 12 March

    Parent/Teacher Interviews

  • 13 March

    Evacuation drill

  • 13 March

    NAPLAN

  • 14 March

    Parent/Teacher Interviews

  • 15 March

    NAPLAN Assembly PP-Yr2)

  • 15 March

    Sci-Tech P&F Night Parent/Teacher Interviews

From the Principal  – Term 3, Week 7

From the Principal – Term 3, Week 7

I often reflect upon the best characteristics of our school and I always come back to two major points. They both relate to our strength through our diversity. Firstly, we have a number of students who access our St Joseph Centre because they have a diverse range of educational and environmental needs. The second point is that we are a culturally diverse community where around fifty per cent of our students come from families who don’t have English as their first language. I firmly believe that this diversity brings with it a greater level of acceptance, tolerance, compassion and welcoming. I always say that once our students put on a Mary Mac uniform, they are Mary Mac kids and nothing else matters. They are a part of our family where everyone is treated with respect and dignity. Like all schools, we are not perfect, but our increased levels of acceptance and welcoming make us a special place to be.

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