St Joseph's | Hokey pokey, masks and gingerbread men

FUN: St Joseph's School pre-kinder students ended the term with some cooking, counting and games, including dancing the hokey pokey.
FUN: St Joseph's School pre-kinder students ended the term with some cooking, counting and games, including dancing the hokey pokey.

PRE-KINDER students spent their last day of term two decorating their own brown paper gingerbread men, learning to dance the hokey pokey, using masks to recreate the story of the gingerbread man, playing with the rainbow rice and playdough, completing their Little Red Hens craft and practising counting and placing objects in order.

Students had a busy time during the term.

Pre-kinder will resume on Monday, July 29. Students are welcome to wear their pyjamas to school on this day.

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REVERENCE: St Joseph's School students and staff celebrated the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mass together at the end of term two.

REVERENCE: St Joseph's School students and staff celebrated the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mass together at the end of term two.

Heart of Jesus Mass

STUDENTS and staff showed reverence as they celebrated the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mass together at the end of term two.

It was a nice way to link into our Vinnies Winter Appeal. Students were reverent and respectful throughout the service.

Thank you to all of the students who had readings, altar serving, offertory and other important roles.