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The story of the Good Shepherd Today we listened to the story of the Good Shepherd.  Then we responded to the story in anyway we wanted to.  Do you know the story of the Good Shepherd?  Who do you think the Shepherd is? Who are the sheep?
Yr 3 – What makes a successful Reciprocal Reading session? Year 3 Reciprocal Reading Fishbowl
Learn to Play Chess Workshop During the ‘Learn to Play Chess Workshop’ today expert Grant “spotlighted” some great Chess moves made by students.
Yr 6 Confirmation Preparation This week the Year 6's have been exploring the important of Pentecost and how it connects to the Sacrament of Confirmation. Ask your child what the significance of Pentecost is and the connections they’ve made. Earlier this week the Confirmation Candidates and their families joined together for the Sacrament of Confirmation Community Conversation and this weekend they will make their commitment to Confirmation through their Rite of Enrolment at parish mass. We look forward to continuing this journey and learning around the Sacrament of Confirmation in partnership with the families.
Yr 5 – What is Pentecost and what does it mean to us? Acts 2:1-5 The Coming of the Holy Spirit When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place. Suddenly a noise came from heaven. It sounded like a strong wind blowing. This noise filled the whole house where they were sitting. They saw something that looked like flames of fire. The flames were separated and stood over each person there. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit, and they began to speak different languages. The Holy Spirit was giving them the power to do this. There were some godly Jews in Jerusalem at this time. They were from every country in the world. Today we discussed what Pentecost means to us and how our thinking is different from others. We put ourselves into the shoes of the disciples and made a Y chart about how they might have felt being there. Learning Link: Ask your child what they know about Pentecost and how they imagined what it might have felt like when the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit.
Staff Hosted – Biggest Morning Tea Fundraiser Today at St Bernadette’s our staff gathered for the Biggest Morning Tea. So many creative treats were whipped up by our talented staff. Not only great educators - but excellent bakers! Money was raised for the Cancer Foundation. It was a wonderful way to fundraise, gather and indulge in some mouthwatering treats.
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