Cross country 2024

Thankyou to everyone for such a fantastic day.
Students were amazing with their enthusiasm, cheered on by a a large group of members of the St. Liborius community as they completed their events at St. Liborius.
The new oval and running track have come up a treat!


Andrew Chinn visit

Well known Australian musician Andrew Chinn spent the day with St. Liborius students.
Each year level and our choir had individual sessions with Andrew and the day finished with a wonderful concert.
A great inspiration for students, staff and the whole school community.


St. Liborius joins the Dahlia and Arts Parade

A huge thankyou to all those who assisted with the St. Liborious entry in the Dahlia and Arts Parade.
Our arts team of Claire and Steph led the community in making a fantastic entry titled ‘Call of the Ocean’.
Thank you so much to the students, parents and staff who made this wonderful spectacle possible.


Class meals are popular again this year

During each Semester every class gets to celebrate a class meal in the Liborius Centre.
The meals are prepared by the brilliant Anne B. in the Liborius Centre commercial kitchen.
Students can invite guardians, siblings not at St. Liborius and grandparents to come along and enjoy the food and company of other families with children in the class.
Thanks for the fine dining, Anne B!

St. Liborius Swimming Sports

Students in years three to six headed down to the Peter Krenz aquatic Centre for our annual swimming sports.
Lots of students came dressed in their House colours and cheered on with plenty of gusto.
Thanks everyone for your enthusiasm to make it such an enjoyable event for competitors and spectators.

Carlton AFL players visit St. Liborius

On Wednesday Carlton players from the AFL Men’s and AFL Women’s competition visited St. Liborius.
The students loved how the players told their journey to becoming an AFL player and even picked up some AFL merchandise.
Thanks Carlton FC for providing such a rewarding experience.

Caritas Project Compassion Launch

A small but very important group of our year six leaders headed to the Hargreaves Mall today to join with students and staff from all regional Catholic Schools to launch the Lenten fundraising initiative for Caritas Australia.
Project Compassion raises money to support many programs helping those in need in many countries throughout the world.
The students returned with a raised awareness of the importance of this project and will assist with fund raising efforts at St. Liborius.
It also being Shrove Tuesday, they did enjoy a pancake or two at the launch as well!
Thanks leaders, this work is very important to many.

Year six graduation breakfast

To mark their graduation day, we invited all the year six students to a celebratory breakfast at St. Liborius.
Thanks to the staff who assisted in preparation and especially the students for your contribution to St. Liborius in your time here.
We will miss you, and please drop back in to visit!

Year Five and Six Market Day

As part of their term four unit on Economics, the Year five and six students have researched the cost of holding a market day stall, purchased the necessary ingredients and calculated expected profit.
A great learning experience for the students and a real celebration for the St. Liborius community.
It is a very well loved day at St. Liborius!

Advent has begun

We gathered today to mark the beginning of the Liturgical season of Advent.
Students gathered to light the first candle of the Advent wreath and prepare for the upcoming celebration of Christmas.