What’s coming up
There are a number of special activities and events to be held this term and information about these is outlined below. We look forward to seeing families attending these events and joining with us as we celebrate the end of the 2018 school year.
A morning tea is being held in the Primary Library at 9.30am on Friday, 9 November to thank those families who have contributed to our Casserole Crew this year and to welcome new families who would like to be involved in 2019. Families who contribute to the work of the Casserole Crew, prepare a meal every now and then, which can be given to one of our families experiencing difficult circumstances due to the loss of a loved one, or illness, for example. We find this act of kindness to be rewarding for all those who contribute and a blessing to the families who receive the meal. If you would like to be involved in the Casserole Crew in 2019 please come along to the Library on Friday and contact Mrs Pam Boardman (firstname.lastname@example.org) who coordinates our Casserole Crew each year.
Swimming Carnival – Tuesday 13 November
Little Saints Kindergarten Graduation – Thursday 15 November, 6.00pm
Parents of Kindergarten children are most welcome to attend the Little Saints Kindergarten Graduation to be held in Living Faith Chapel on Thursday 15 November from 6pm. This is a special event to signify the children’s completion of the Kindy program and each class will present some of the things they have been learning about this year.
Year Twelve Chapel Service and Guard of Honour
There will be no Early Years Chapel or Assembly on the morning of Friday 16 November due to the Year Twelve final Chapel being held in Living Faith Chapel. Following the Chapel service at 10.00am, the Primary students will form a guard of honour around the Primary campus and farewell the senior students as they leave College. This is a very special moment for the teachers, many of whom taught the graduating students when they were in primary classes. We congratulate all the Year Twelve students and wish them well for the future.
Celebration Assembly – Friday 16 November
Our afternoon assembly on Friday 16 October will celebrate student involvement in the Performing Arts and recognise those students who have demonstrated outstanding effort and commitment across a variety aspects of school life. There will no Chapel on this day and the Assembly will commence at 2.00pm. Families are welcome to attend.
Leaders Assembly – Monday 26 November, 9.00am
This special assembly to be held in Living Faith Chapel sees the symbolic handing over of student leadership from the current Year Six students, to the incoming leaders for 2019. Families are most welcome to attend as we thank the 2018 Year Six students and welcome the cohort of student leaders for 2019. Students are required to wear their formal uniforms for this event.
Year Six Dinner – Monday 26 November, 6.30pm
The Year Six students and their parents are invited to attend a special dinner at The Lion, Richlands on Monday 26 November at 6.30pm. Invitations have been sent home
Christmas Chapel Service – Tuesday 27 November, 12.30pm
The students in Years Three to Five will travel by bus to the Secondary Campus to attend a combined Chapel Service in the Performing Arts Centre. Buses will depart the Primary campus at approximately 12.15pm and return by 1.30pm. The Year Six students will already be at the secondary campus for their Orientation Day activities and will join us and the students in Year Seven to Eleven for the last Chapel Service of the year. They will need to wear formal uniform
Christmas Concert – Friday 30 November, 9.00am
The final event of the 2018 is the Christmas Concert to be held in Living Faith Chapel, commencing at 9.00am. Families are most welcome to join us for this event. All students from Prep to Year Six will attend and each year level will present a Christmas item to celebrate the coming festive season. Students are invited to wear a colourful Christmas shirt on this day, with their sports shorts, sports shoes and College socks.
Lessons will be conducted all day and ABCC will be operating to regular hours. However, families wishing to take their children home at the conclusion of the Christmas Concert may do so.