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St Augustine's Parish School Blog

Term 3 Highlights...so far

Posted on 29 August 2019
Term 3 Highlights...so far
What a busy few weeks we have enjoyed at St Augustine's! This week's newsletter has some fantastic photos of some fantastic moments. Book Week Parade was once again a highlight of our year. The children and staff out do themselves every single year, and this year was no exception. D...
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End of Term 3

Posted on 4 July 2019
End of Term 3
Our final newsletter of the term has some lovely highlights including the Year 2 excursion to Monarto Zoo and the Year 3 excursion to Central Market and the State Library to see the Phil Cummings exhibition. Fantastic things also happened in the Performing Arts program this term. Read our news...
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Catholic Education Week

Posted on 30 May 2019
Catholic Education Week
Next week is Catholic Education Week in South Australia. This is a time when we celebrate the wonderful opportunities, love and care that sending your child to a Catholic school can provide. St Augustine's Parish School is proud to be a part of a long tradition of Catholic Education th...
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Community Hub

Posted on 18 March 2019
The Hub is for everyone! The new family space (in the school cottage) is somewhere parents and their children can come
together, make friends and learn skills. The Hub is an extension of the St Augustine's diverse and welcoming community. In the
Hub we will try and develop a deeper und...
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Happy Lunar New Year

Posted on 5 February 2019
Happy Lunar New Year and welcome back to school for 2019. We are really excited to be introducing Chinese as part our curriculum this year. We have engaged the services of a number of Chinese teachers in Beijing who will develop a relationship with us through the wonders of the internet. &...
 

Congratulations Fr Shibu

Posted on 5 February 2019
Congratulations Fr Shibu
Congratulations to our very own Fr Shibu, who was installed as Parish Priest by Fr Philip Marshall on Saturday 2 February.
It was a beautiful celebration followed by a lovely shared supper in the Family Centre. Fr Philip's connection with the Salisbury Parish goes back quite some years a...
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St Augustine's Graduates

Posted on 14 December 2018
St Augustine's Graduates

Our final newsletter for the year is now available. Congratulations to all of our graduating Year 6s and 7s.

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"Musical Mega-stars" School Concert

Posted on 29 November 2018
"Musical Mega-stars" School Concert
What a fantastic night we had for our School Concert! After a week of inclement weather, and many prayers, Friday 23 November was a spectacular night. We were so proud of our children and their teachers. Every act of the performance was brilliantly entertaining. Our Support Act, who didn't...
 

Vinnie's Sleep Out

Posted on 27 September 2018
Vinnie's Sleep Out
Our Year 6 Social Justice Leaders and our Year 7 School Leaders and our House Captains participated in the Vinnie's Sleep Out for schools. This experience gave the children a glimpse into the realities of homelessness by 'sleeping rough' for a night. They raised well over $3000. So...
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Newsletter Week 6, 30 August 2018

Posted on 3 September 2018
Newsletter Week 6, 30 August 2018
Our latest newsletter is now available. Some of the highlights include the awards our Wakakirri troupe achieved, photos from our Book Week Parade and our St Augustine's Day $2 FunFair. Enjoy reading! Click here ...
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