SEMESTER 1 REPORTS
Semester 1 Reports are now available on the Parent Portal. If you are unable to access the Parent Portal and have not contacted the Front Office over the last 3 weeks, you will need to contact the Front Office on Tuesday, July 13.
Don't forget tomorrow, Friday 25th June is Pyjama Day. Students may wear warm pyjamas for a gold coin donation. Students must wear warm weather appropriate clothes and enclosed shoes such as sports shoes to wear outside. However, they can bring slippers to wear inside their classroom. Dressing gowns may also be worn.
June 24 Newsletter
Semester 1 Report
HOLY SPIRIT DAY IS ON!
PUPIL FREE DAY - Monday 12 July
As per previous communications in the Newsletter and on the School Calendar, Monday 12th July is a pupil free day at Holy Spirit Primary School. Students are expected to return to school on Tuesday 13th July.
FRIDAY - Mini Vinnies Winter Appeal and Pyjama Day
Mini Vinnies Winter Appeal and Pyjama Day
The Mini Vinnies team and the Year 6 Social Justice Leaders have launched our Vinnies Winter Appeal. From now until the end of Term, we will be collecting items to be donated to the St Vincent de Paul Society. Items that can be donated are:
- sleeping bags
We are looking for new items or secondhand items that do not have any holes or damage to them.
On the last day of Term, Friday 25th June, we will also be holding Pyjama Day. Students may wear warm pyjamas for a gold coin donation. Students must wear enclosed shoes such as sports shoes to wear outside, however, they can bring slippers to wear inside their classroom. Dressing gowns may also be worn.
June 17 Newsletter
Holy Spirit will be taking part in NAIDOC Week celebrations this Wednesday (16th June). Students will take part in Song and Dance workshops with Chaydin and Uncle Fred from Maluerindi. Our Year 6 leaders will help run Yulunga Games activities for Years 3-5. Each class will also be including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross-curriculum priorities in their learning throughout the day.
Students are encouraged to wear the colours of the Aboriginal flag (red, yellow & black) or the Torres Strait Islander flag (green, blue, black & white).