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Feast of Mary MacKillop

This week started with the Feast of Mary MacKillop. Mary MacKillop Feast Day is held every August 8th, in honour of the revered Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop. She was the first Saint of Australia, and her influence in the country has spread far and wide. She is recognised for her commitment to the poor, helping those who needed it the most in any way she could.

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Mater Dei College

Mater Dei College visited our school today showcasing the various opportunities that are on offer at the College. Mater Dei College is a co-educational Catholic College offering a supportive and enriching educational environment for students in Years 7-12, based on the pillars of Faith, Community, Service and Learning.

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Book Fair

The annual Book Fair took place this week and who doesn’t love reading a good book. The library was transformed into a magical display of books based on the theme ‘Paws for Books’ where Mrs Burgess hoped you would ‘Come, Stay, Read a Great Tale!’.

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Important Dates

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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Rebecca Clarke
Principal

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