This article has been produced by The Newcastle Herald.
DOING their part to help their community this Christmas, students at St Jospeh's Primary School, Kilaben Bay have been collecting non-perishable items for hampers.
In the last couple of weeks they have bagged cans of tin fruit and vegetables, packets of chips, biscuits and chocolate, pudding and long-life milk and custard.
Our Lower Hunter Primary Schools participated in their annual ‘Christmas Story Art Competition’.
On Monday 4 December, Mount Saint Joseph Catholic College Milperra hosted the 26th Blue Award Presentation which celebrates and recognises the best sporting achievements of Catholic Secondary students throughout NSW. The strong sporting talent from the Maitland-Newcastle Diocese was on show with 4 of our students receiving an award.
With International Day of People with Disability coming up this Sunday 3 December, students at St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset recently engaged in a modified Literacy block aimed at promoting and raising awareness of the messages associated with this day.
International Day of People with Disability (#IDPwD), is an annual day that promotes community awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability.
In 2023, we are being asked to work together to make the world a better and fairer place for people with a disability.
They say, “It takes a village to raise a child,” and when it comes to nurturing athletes, it unequivocally takes the dedication and support of an entire community.
Three teams from Holy Family Primary School, Merewether recently made their way to the Gold Coast to compete in the National Sports Aerobics Championships (FISAF).