Purple Day (Tuesday 26th March) is an initiative dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness. Purple Day was founded in 2008 to get people talking about epilepsy and to let those impacted by seizures know that they are not alone. Purple Day is named after the internationally recognised colour for epilepsy, lavender. The SRC want to promote understanding of epilepsy and are organising Purple Day to be held at school on Tuesday 26th March.
Well Street - Lunchtime Mindfulness - Yoga
Following an expression of interest survey, the school received a very positive response to the suggestion of having local company Well Street operate extracurricular lunchtime lessons at St Peters. Consequently the school met with them and have general agreement to start operating next term. There will be lessons in two 4 week blocks with a week in between. Students may enrol in one or both blocks at a cost of $40 per block. The pattern will be repeated weekly. The activities will be held in the school hall.
Congratulations! Assembly Awards this week
Silver: George, Dimitri and Paulo
Bronze: Billie, Jonah, Scott, Archie, Ariana, Aaliyah, George, Dimitri, Sean, Charlie, Cameron, Frankie O, Henry, Lara, Owen, Poppy, Beau M, Grace, Rienn, Sullivan, Clytie, Beau S, Malu, Alex M, Abbey W
P&C Cake Sale!
Thank you for all of the cake donations. There are still some remaining cakes left to be sold and the P&C are having a sale tomorrow.
FOR SALE: Cakes, slices, biscuits and other homemade treats, most items priced at $1.
P&C will be selling surplus goods from the Election day cake stall.
WHEN: Monday 25th March, from 3pm
WHERE: Central quadrangle, outside school hall
A big THANK YOU to our P&C Election day BBQ and cake stall volunteers, and to everyone who donated their beautiful homemade items for sale. We received plenty of positive feedback from punters in person and on-line, including this one on the google business page:
Review from Paul Gray “What would a polling place be without a FANTASTIC sausage sizzle and cake stand run by the school’s P&C Association? Great job by all involved!”
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