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Welcome to Term Four

It was wonderful to see so many happy children returning to school last week. We are on the final lap in completing the 2020 school year.
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Loud Shirt Day

A very colourful start to the term with Loud Shirt Day to raise funds for children who are deaf or experience hearing loss. Thank you so much for your support, we raised $208.65 to support ongoing research. God bless you all!
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Swimming Lessons – Year One to Five

Thank you to you the parents for being so organised for the swimming lessons. My understanding from the feedback I received the children have been very well behaved and trying their best in learning their swimming strokes.
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Important Dates

  • 29 October
    Pirate Day (Childhood Cancer)

  • 30 October
    World Teacher’s Day

  • 30 October
    8:40am Year 4/5 Excursion Fremantle Prison

  • 30 October
    Year 1 Assembly

  • 01 November
    All Saints Day

  • 02 November
    All Souls Day

  • 02 November
    Newsletter

  • 04 November
    St Charles Borromeo

  • 04 November
    Year 4 Reconciliation (FHC)

  • 04 November
    Year 2 Liturgy

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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