The dates for Catholic Education Week 2019 have been announced:
Monday June 3 to Sunday June 9 2019.
This will be the fourth time the event has run across South Australian Catholic schools.
Catholic Education Week is a great opportunity to highlight the wonderful things that are happening in every one of our schools.
In 2018, schools celebrated in a variety of ways including:
St Brigid’s Catholic School, Evanston
Students created a display in the window of local MP Tony Piccolo’s office in the main street of Gawler.
St Martin’s Catholic Primary School, Greenacres
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College, Enfield
Year 6/7 students from St Martin's Primary School visited OLSH for a day of activities including Science, Design, Digital Technologies, Drama, Music and Home Economics activities!
St Mary Mackillop School, Wallaroo
Students headed to Wallaroo and Moonta to ‘spread the word’ and give out balloons and bookmarks.
Thomas More College
The staff of Thomas More College kicked off Catholic Education Week with a community outreach day. Staff assisted a range of community groups that have a positive impact on the lives of others including the Lyell McEwin Hospital, Vinnies SA, Migrant and Refugee Centre, and the Bedford Group.
Gleeson College, Golden Grove
Our Lady of Hope School, Greenwith
Saint David's Parish School, Tea Tree Gully
St Francis Xavier's Catholic School, Wynn Vale
Student leaders from the three primary schools joined with Gleeson College Middle School Leaders to share in a Regional Leadership Workshop.
St Joseph’s Memorial School
Students at St Joseph’s Memorial School celebrated Catholic Education Week with some artistic activities. Year 1 students visited St Ignatius Church, observed the church and its many features, and sketched what they saw. Other students were involved in creating some fence art.
St Gabriel’s School, Enfield
To celebrate Catholic Education Week, St Gabriel’s School had a Family Fun Day which included students learning about and celebrating the many cultures represented in the school community.
St Francis de Sales College, Mt Barker
The College hosted an Early Learning Workshop with the theme Thinking Like a Scientist. The Reception and Year 1 teaching team invited local three and four year olds and their mums and dads to the workshop which delighted young and old.