On Tuesday 25 June, Secondary students performed as part of Live in the Library: The Acoustic Sessions. This was a great opportunity for the students to showcase their talents and gain valuable performance experience. Well done to the girls who performed.

What a fantastic day we had at the Athletics Carnival last week. Congratulations to all the girls on their efforts!


Congratulations to Claudia Lee in Year 5 Rust on being awarded Regional Winner for her Harmony Day Poster. The competition, run by 'Moving Forward Together,' was open to students across NSW and ACT, and Claudia's entry was chosen from thousands of entries in the North Sydney Region. Well done Claudia! What a fantastic achievement!

In preparation for the Feast of Corpus Christi this Sunday, students, staff, parents and friends came together for the Eucharistic Procession today.

It was a particularly special day for our Yr 3, 4 and 5 girls who have made their First Holy Communion in the last year and wore their First Holy Communion gowns to lead the procession. As they led the way, they kissed each rose petal, while praying for the intentions of our school community before scattering them on the path to each altar to make a beautiful carpet of rose petals for Jesus.

Special thanks to all the staff and parents who helped with the organisation of today and donated flowers, to our High School choir who led the hymns and of course to Fr Felix, Fr Phil and Fr Fernando (from St Bernadette's, Castle Hill) for leading the Procession.

Year Four were thoroughly immersed into life in the early colony of New South Wales on Monday when we attended our History excursion to Parramatta. Our first stop was Experiment Farm where we learnt about the James Ruse, a poor farmer, and John Harris, a military surgeon. We then traveled to Old Government House and joined Mrs Johnson in her classroom, the year was 1815 and we learnt school rules and all about etiquette of the day. She was very strict! Finally, we toured the house which was built by convicts and is the oldest surviving public building in Australia. While we had a fun day going back in time, we were very happy to return to our present day classroom!