GALLERY: Kindy 2015 at Adamstown

Early February sees a number of families start their Catholic school journey with a host of new Kindergarten students arriving. CSO staff visited St Columba’s Primary School, Adamstown to welcome their newest students.

The first day of school can be an exciting and nervous time for students and parents alike. With an emphasis on pastoral care, the arrival of new students highlights the way Catholic schools educate "for today and tomorrow", which is the theme of this year's Catholic Schools Week. 

The photos below are a selection from St Columba’s Primary School, Adamstown. The community of St Columba’s is committed to the spiritual, academic, social, cultural, emotional and physical development of each child through their relationships and the programmes they offer. The St Columba’s motto – “Reach Out” – emphasises how the school strives to support all those in need.

We wish students and parents good luck on the start of this great journey!

Photos courtesy of Joanne Isaac.

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Joanne is a Communications Officer for the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle and a regular columnist for Aurora Magazine.