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Snake Handling Update

Our amazing Groundsman, Peter Reeves has updated his Snake Handling Certificate to ensure he is apt at catching the snakes.
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Faction Athletics Carnival

Wow! Covid-19 whilst causing some minor delays and angst, didn’t deter us from having an amazing day. A big shout out to our parents, grandparents and great aunt for keeping your distance. Sound level of the microphone and the music playing brought a real carnival atmosphere.
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First Holy Communion

Congratulations to the following students who received the Body of Christ for the very first time. How handsome our boys looked; suit ties or bowties and hair slicked. The girls were true brides on their special occasion.
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Important Dates

  • 30 November
    Newsletter

  • 30 November
    Return all library books for Audit

  • 30 November
    Semester 2 Reports - Parent Interviews (CAPS, IEPS) (parents can request)

  • 02 December
    Kindy Liturgy

  • 02 December
    AGM (All Staff)

  • 03 December
    St Francis Xavier

  • 03 December
    Christmas Carols Rehearsal 1

  • 03 December
    School Board & CSPWA Executives Dinner (proposed) International Disability Day

  • 04 December
    St Vinnie’s Christmas Appeal Concludes

  • 04 December
    Telethon Appeal (Gold Coin Free Dress Day)

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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