Free Dress - Caritas Syria
Eucharist - Enquiry weekend - all Masses
Eucharist - enquiry weekend - all Masses
4G attend Mass
Catholic Day - Pupil Free Day
Reconciliation - Celebration of the Sacrament and Thanksgiving Mass
On Holy Thursday, Year 5G reenacted the last day of Jesus' life. The readers were fabulous in retelling the events from each station but they also asked thought-provoking questions for the school community to reflect upon. We were led in prayer and also sang the hymn "Oh Jesus Crucified' at the end of each station. Many thanks to Mrs Halley-Wright for playing guitar.
The students from Year 5G were moved by this experience. The prayers and reflections that followed were quite beautiful. Well done 5G, on a captivating and reverent Stations of the Cross.
The Interschool Swimming Carnival was held today. We couldn't be more thrilled with our teams' results.
The girls team consisted of senior students from Years 4-6. They were runner-up champions. Go Girls!
Our boys were also handpicked form Year 4-6. They dominated the pool and were the CHAMPIONS overall. Awesome effort, boys.
Due to these outstanding results, Our Lady of Grace WON the carnival.
The supervising teachers were proud of the manner in which the students conducted themselves and for their sportmanship.
Well done, swimmers. We are certain there are some future Olympians amongst you.
The Year Fives recently visited the Perth Zoo to study zoo enclosures. This was a major part of the Investigating Phase in the Teachnology Process. The children had to consider the needs of the animal, public and keeper. The information gathered would then assist them to be critical and creative thinkers when devising and producing new and improved zoo enclosures.
Another aspect of the day involved the students attending the Australian Walkabout Workshop where they learnt about how the Aussie Animals have adapted to the harsh outback climate. This complemented their learning in the Science Learning Area.Read more...