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Hi everyone

The Yr 56s’ made it back safely from Camp Munyung. Camp had many fun filled activities, from giant swing, archery, bush cooking, trivia, talent show and many more fun activities.  Thank you to all the dads who came along to help and joined in all the fun with us.

The builders were very busy while we were on holidays and lots has happened over the last few weeks -The NEW toilets have been built -finally and everyone is relieved that they are done – Thank you Mrs Steere they look amazing!








That’s all for your hard work this week – keep being adventurous with your learning, see you next time.

Jacqueline and Christian

School Captains

Yr 56 Camp – Camp Manyung

Camp Reflections

When people were going on the giant swing they were screaming out their lungs and their hearts had felt like they had totally dropped. Cara Denaro

Camp Manyung is located at Mount Eliza near a beach with many rock pools. It has many activities such as giant swing, tree top challenge,archery, rock pool ramble and many many more. It is lead by the Y.M.C.A.  With the archery task it’s surprising how many bulls eyes were hit in the Sea Horse group -there was about ten! They were also making pizza by the dozen in the race to make the pizza game 

Roman Pronobis

YEAR 1-2 Excursion

On Tuesday the Year 1-2 classes had a full day with exciting activities exploring the Melbourne Museum.
As part of our Term 2 Science Inquiry unit exploring Minibeasts, students were involved in investigating and exploring the ‘Bugs Alive’ exhibition, and got to view the ‘Bugs: Mighty Micro Monsters’ documentary in the IMAX theatre. 

Sports News

AFL Clinics

Over the past few weeks footy fever has hit St Augustine’s as we welcomed representatives from the AFL to our PE lessons. It has been a wonderful opportunity for all students to practise their football skills and have fun whilst doing so. Great job to all!   

Cross Country

A select group of students represented St. Augustine’s at the Divisional Cross Country event held at Brimbank Park. All runners did an outstanding job and we are extremely proud of every student who competed. Congratulations to the following students who have qualified for the next level of competition; Marcus, Liam, Daniel, Cody, Parker, Tyson, Ruby, Nicoletta, Leah, Lara, Zara and Estelle. They will be representing St. Augustine’s at the Divisional Cross Country event at Brimbank Park in the coming weeks. We wish you all the best of luck!


Award Winners

Congratulations to the following Award recipients for going above and beyond to make a difference.

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