It was so wonderful to see the children dressed up as characters from their favourite books on Tuesday. I was super impressed with how many students (and teachers) got involved with this. With the theme of ‘Old Worlds, New Worlds, Other Worlds’, it was wonderful to see so many students think about the importance of reading books and the places reading a book can take you.
Welcome back to Term 4. This term is jam-packed with an array of activities happening at St Thomas More Catholic Primary School. We encourage you to stay on top of what is coming up by reading our newsletters and checking our website.
I would like to congratulate those students who received the Sacrament of First Holy Communion on Sunday. It was so special to witness these children receive Jesus for the very first time and take another step closer to being full members of the Catholic church. Congratulations to you all!
Last Friday, our Year 3 to 6 students took part in our Faction Cross Country carnival. This is a tough event for our students, with them running over a kilometre in each event.
Thanks to all the parents who came along to our Colour Run last Friday night. It was a great afternoon, with the sun shining and lots of children having fun! A huge thank you to the P&F for organising this event and setting it up.
The Year 5 class travelled up to the Catholic Youth Camp in Busselton for a 3 day camp to learn more about our local area, the environment and conservation, and to also develop leadership skills and some independence.