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Year 3 Assembly

What an amazing Assembly performed by our Year Three students in Miss Baxter’s Class. We commenced the morning with ‘Advance Australia Fair’ in Auslan, followed by a very cheery song called ‘Choice’s with a music ensemble; four ukulele musicians from Mrs Clarkson’s music group. Wow! A top performance year three students, we were all so very proud of you! Thank you to the teachers involved.
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Our Graduating class of 2021 – Chole, Bella and Eyael

Our first year six class a mighty group of three, will graduate at the end of this 2021 school year. Chloe, Eyael and Bella choose the type of Leaver’s shirt/jacket they would like and followed up with their own design. Their jackets were presented to them at the assembly and of course we required a ‘show and tell’. Well done young ladies,you have done us proud with your choice of jacket and your design. We encourage you to wear them with great pride.
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Life Link Day

The Archbishop’s Life Link Appeal was launched on Wednesday, 2 June at Newman College. Krystal Nguyen and I took some of our year five student leaders; Ashton, Holly, Leah and Seth to represent our school to this event. This appeal supports many of the Archbishop’s community groups and organisations within Western Australia. Without the support of our Catholic schools, many of the services provided would be impacted upon
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All Activities TBC due to Covid19 Restrictions

Welcome to

St Elizabeth’s, Hocking

Our Vision, Mission and Motto provide the context for the living out our core values and associated principles; Charity, Service, Humility and Compassion.

We aim to;

  • Deliver excellence in education to enable our students to become successful life long learners, responsible citizens, effective communicators and confident individuals.
  • Acknowledge parents as their child’s first educators. They are informed through effective and ongoing communication and encouraged to share the responsibility of their child’s education.
  • Cultivate a safe, secure and happy environment where staff, parents and students work together to maximise our learning potential.
  • Foster an open and welcoming partnership to strengthen relationships, school, parish and the wider community.

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Carmel O’Shaughnessy
Foundation Principal

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