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Published July 1, 2021 · Academic

LifeLink Day

A big thank you to all our families who donated to the Gold Coin Challenge on Thursday, 24th June – we raised $815.00. Each House made a money chain in an allocated area of the Wandju Room – congratulations to Watson House who had the longest chain. Your generosity in supporting this event will ensure that the wonderful work carried out by LifeLink Agencies continues in our local community.


Congratulations to our Year 6 students who celebrated the rite of Confirmation at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish last weekend; led by Fr Michael Separovich, Parish Priest, as the principal celebrant for the two services. Thank you to the Parish Catechist, Year 6 teachers and Barbara Bolding (Sacramental Program Coordinator) for their preparation of the students and coordination of the events leading up to the celebration.

Term 3 Events

Keep an eye out for information regarding our major events for next term:
1. Young Mercies for Vinnies Sleepout for Mercy Works – Thursday, 5 August
2. Mercy Day – Thursday, 23 September.

Adrian Martino

Head of Faith and Mission

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