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Nazareth Weekly: Term 3, Week 10, 2023

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Nazareth Weekly: Term 3, Week 10, 2023

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Community | Naz Day

Naz Day tomorrow will be a significant celebration for our community. It is an expectation that all students attend as they would a normal school day.

Naz Day will be celebrated across campuses;

Findon Campus for Reception to Year 5 students & Early Childhood Centre
Flinders Park Campus for Year 6 – 12 students

The theme for 2023 is “When I Grow Up”.

Reception – Year 5 Students:  Findon Campus

The day at the Findon Campus will begin with a Liturgy and be followed by a fun day of activities.

Students will have the opportunity to participate in the following activities: jumping castles, bouncy obstacle course, petting zoo, mini golf and carnival activities. These activities will be supervised by teachers and other staff members.

Findon students please bring a hat or cap if possible as this will be needed for some of the activities.

Reception to Year 5 students are invited to dress up in theme. Alternatively, students can wear neat comfortable appropriate casual clothing.

Students will need to bring their own recess and drink bottle and will be provided with their choice of a Vili’s: Beef Pie, Pasty, Sausage Roll, Vegetarian Pasty or Beef & Vegetable Gluten Free Pie for lunch as well as a zooper dooper ice block. If you think that your child will require extra food for lunch, please ensure they bring that on the day. The canteen will not be available.

Reception – Year 5 students will be dismissed at the normal time of 3:10pm.

Year 6 Students: Flinders Park Campus

Year 6 students are required to be dropped at the Flinders Park Campus between 8:35am and 8:45am where they will meet their regular Year 6 class teachers in the St Sebastian Centre (Gym). The day will begin with a Liturgy, and then students will have the opportunity to participate in supervised fun activities for the remainder of the day.

Students are invited to dress up in theme. Alternatively, students can wear neat comfortable appropriate casual clothing. Students will need to bring their own recess and drink bottle in a small backpack (which will be stored in a lockable building). Lunch will be provided on the day. Alternatively, students can bring their own lunch. Please note the canteen at the Flinders Park campus will not be operating.

Year 6 students will be dismissed from the Flinders Park Campus at 1:30pm. 

Year 7 – 12 Students: Flinders Park Campus

Year 7 – 12 students will commence their day at the Flinders Park Campus at the normal time.

Students are to attend morning MG, after which they will participate in a Liturgy, followed by supervised fun activities for the remainder of the day.

Year 11s please meet in the PAS for MG. Year 12 MG meeting place TBC. 

Lunch will be provided for students on the day. Alternatively, students can bring their own lunch. Please note the canteen at the Flinders Park campus will not be operating.

Year 7 – 12 students will be dismissed from the Flinders Park Campus at 1:30pm.

Donation – All Students

We ask that all students donate in support of our Catholic Charities via the Qkr App. 

We look forward to our 2023 Naz Day celebrations and wish all our students and families a safe and restful Term 3 holiday break.

Community | Kidman Park Campus Community Open

We extend a warm invitation for families to join us for our Kidman Park Campus Community Open event on Wednesday 1 November, between 3:30 pm and 6:00 pm.

Our goal for this event is to provide families within our community with the opportunity to explore our impressive new facility and hear from our students about how this cutting-edge learning environment will enhance both Senior Years education and allow for exciting opportunities in Middle Years learning at the Flinders Park Campus.

Please RSVP via our website: Book a Tour | Nazareth Catholic Community

Community | October Holiday Playgroup

Register your attendance on our website here.

Community | Wise Owls Term 4 Events

Community | Class of 2013 Reunion

R-12 | Sibling Enrolment Reminder

We are currently taking applications for Reception 2026 and beyond.

Current families are urged to ensure that sibling applications for Reception 2026 and beyond are submitted as a matter of urgency. Applications are assessed based on our College Enrolment Criteria and the date of lodgement.

It is important to note that prior to the final lodgement date, applications exceed the places available, and the waitlist also reaches capacity.
Enrol online now.

R-12 | Co-Curricular Sports Results

Click here to view the latest R-6 Co-curricular sports results. 

Weekly fixture information can be accessed on the Nazareth website here. Fixtures are updated on a regular basis; please ensure you check the relevant fixture pages regularly. Significant changes to fixtures will be communicated by your sports coordinator via email. Please check the R-12 Co-curricular Sports Handbook for more sports information.

ECC | Carnival Day

After a number of inquiries about our annual ECC Sports Day, we are excited to share that we have re-imagined the event. This year we present to you our first Nazareth Early Childhood Centre Community Carnival!

We encourage you to save the date, more details will be shared with families closer to the event.

R-6 | Pupil Free Day Monday 16 October

An important reminder that the R-6 students have a Pupil Free Day on Monday 16 October (Term 4, Week 1). OSHC will be available.

R-6 | 2024 Classes

We are about to begin the important task of putting together Reception – Year 6 classes for 2024. In doing so we consider several factors to ensure the best possible learning environment for your child. These include a balance of males and females and a full range of abilities and needs, including educational and behavioural. As part of this important process, each student nominates five students from their neighbourhood who they believe support them to be the best learners they can be. This information is considered when making class placements. Every child will have at least one nominated student in their 2024 class.

Should you have any specific educational or behavioural information that would assist in the process of creating classes, please email Sue Karidis by no later than Friday 27 October (R-5 families only). Please note that this is not an opportunity to request that your child be with specific students or teachers.

Classes will be carefully constructed after Friday 27 October, and therefore any relevant information you have to share must be emailed prior to this date for consideration. I will only contact you if I am unable to accommodate your request.

Students will learn of their teacher/s for 2024 on the Transition Day which will be held on Tuesday 5 December. On this day, students will spend the morning in their new classroom with their 2024 teacher/s and classmates.

We thank you for observing this advice and the timeframe set, and I am very much looking forward to setting up the best learning environments for the 2024 school year.

Years 4-6 | Radio Italiana 531 AM Segment

Nazareth is fortunate enough to have a permanent segment on Radio Italiana 531 AM. This is a weather segment – where students have the opportunity to read the weather in Italian.

Families will be able to access recordings on the Radio Italiana website once it has aired. Years 4-6 students can book a recording time online here. Recordings take place on Thursday mornings at 8:10am in Term 4. Recordings will be done in pairs (2 students).

Year 7 | Faith Formation Day - Week 1

All Year 7 students will participate in a Faith Formation Day on Monday 16 October (Week 1) at Findon Campus.

Students are to be dropped off at the Findon Campus (176 Crittenden Road, Findon) by 8:40am for a 9:00am start.

Students will rotate through various workshops across the day with a focus on Liturgy / Mass understanding, scripture and tradition, Catholic social teachings, contemporary faith, our patrons and the Nazareth founding story.

A sausage sizzle lunch will be provided for all Year 7 students on the day. Students may wear their PE Uniform for this occasion.

Student pickup will be from the Findon Campus at the end of the day, at 3:25pm. 

Findon Campus Kiss ‘n Drop Information

The Findon Campus has two Kiss ‘n Drop zones; one at the front of the campus, off Crittenden Road and the other at the back of the campus on Almond Avenue.

These zones only legally operate as Kiss ‘n Drop zones between 8:30 am – 8:50 am and 3:10 pm – 3:30 pm. For more information about how to safely use these Kiss 'n Drop Zones, please visit the Traffic & Safety page of our website.

3-7 | Duck & Turtle Fitness

For tweens (Years 3-7): Enjoy an epic day of fun and fitness with Duck and Turtle Fitness. Facilitated by experienced educators at Nazareth Flinders Park Campus from 8:30am – 4:00pm. Get laughing, moving, and make some new friends. Other dates also available. Discounts for multiple bookings, spots are LIMITED! Secure a place now:

Year 12 | Stage 2 Holiday Workshops

The Term 3 break is an important time for Year 12 students. In some cases, it will be necessary for students to be on-site to receive additional support. 

Please click here to view the list of Holiday Workshops scheduled for the upcoming Term break. Please note not all classes and subjects will have a workshop scheduled and individual teachers determine whether a class requires this additional time. We are very appreciative of staff who support our students with this extra time across the holiday break. Students who are unable to attend a workshop are expected to contact their teacher to explain their absence. Students are also reminded that they must only be on campus when they have a workshop scheduled.

Please note these holiday workshops will be held at the St Gabriel Centre or Kidman Park Campus.

Students not attending school should use this time to finish major studies and assignments, complete note preparation for exams and revise. Students should organise a study timetable for the break so that they study for all subjects and make the most of this invaluable time. Valedictory speeches may also be written during the break – these are due by Tuesday 17 October.

Careers Noticeboard

Current Opportunities: 

Employment Opportunties

  • Join our passionate teaching team at Nazareth! We're seeking Senior Years (Years 10-12) English Teachers to inspire and empower our students. Permanent part-time and full-time positions are available, commencing 22 January 2024. Ability to teach Stage 2 English is essential. Visit our website for more information and to apply now!