St Joseph's Primary School Port Macquarie
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Warlters Street
Port Macquarie NSW 2444
PO Box 54, Port Macquarie NSW 2444
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Email: sjpport@lism.catholic.edu.au
Phone: 02 6583 3848

Art Competition

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Our School Captains are running an art competition to help celebrate our upcoming Saint Joseph's Feast Day on 19th March. We are looking for your best artistic portraits of Saint Joseph. Our school patron Saint. There is no restrictions on size or medium.
 
We encourage everyone to get their art smocks on and we look forward to viewing your entry. Competition closes Monday 15th of March.

February 26 Newsletter

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It's Bus Safety Week

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Each year, Bus Safety Week raises awareness for all road users on how to stay safe on and around buses.

We ask families to talk with their child about:
* Waiting until the bus has gone to cross the road safely.
* Not getting distracted by a mobile device.
* What do to if they get on the wrong bus or off at the wrong bus stop.

Click on the image above or follow this link for some Road Safety tips https://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/downloads/keeping-our-kids-safe-around-schools.pdf

February 19 Newsletter

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February 12 Newsletter

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Journey into the Catholic Faith for Children

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Safer Internet Day

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St Joseph’s celebrated Safer Internet Day today. This year’s theme was ‘Start the Chat’ and we certainly did that!

Kinder to Year 2 enjoyed listening to Jimmy Rees read the new online book Swoosh, Glide and Rule Number 5 and had fun learning the song My Family Rules by Lah-Lah.

Years 3 to 6 found the Webinar Be an e-Safe Kid: Fake News, Real Harms very interesting and had some robust discussions.

For further information we encourage you to explore Australia’s online safety hub. Check out eSafety’s great range of advice and resources. Get started by visiting the parents and carers pages and reading the practical tips for kicking off an online safety conversation.

• Visit https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents for tips to start the chat at home.

Sarah Blundell
Leader of Digital Pedagogies/STEM

February 5 Newsletter

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January 30 Newsletter

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December 16 Newsletter

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