St Joseph’s | Generosity and respect was on display

MEMORABLE: St Joseph's School's year four class prepared a special liturgy for NAIDOC Week. The theme for the week this year was “Because of her, we can”.
MEMORABLE: St Joseph's School's year four class prepared a special liturgy for NAIDOC Week. The theme for the week this year was “Because of her, we can”.

THANK you to year four, who prepared and executed a special liturgy for NAIDOC Week to acknowledge and celebrate our Indigenous people.

“Because of her, we can” was the theme for this year and it was a great way to pay our respects to all the amazing work women do for us each and every day.

HERE TO HELP: St Joseph’s School students and teachers travelled to Bathurst recently to present donations for farmers to the 2BS radio station.

HERE TO HELP: St Joseph’s School students and teachers travelled to Bathurst recently to present donations for farmers to the 2BS radio station.

For our farmers

ST Joseph’s School SRC students and teachers held a fundraiser last term to support our farmers who are doing it tough.

Through some very generous donations, a crazy hair day and a cake stall, they raised an amazing total of $392.20. The students also contributed by bringing in a large quantity of toiletries.

Last week, the SRC students and teachers travelled to 2BS at Bathurst and presented our donations. They were also lucky enough to speak on radio.

We have such a wonderful, supportive school community.

OH MAN: The snowman built at St Joseph's by maintenance manager Michael Foley.

OH MAN: The snowman built at St Joseph's by maintenance manager Michael Foley.