Students in Years three – six have spent the past two terms creating short films as part of our Languages program.
One film was submitted into the Sandhurst Languages Film Festival and was awarded equal runner up.
We are very proud our future movie stars!
The short film, which tells the story of an Australian girl moving to a new school in Italy, being led astray due to her lack of knowing how to speak Italian, then redeeming herself through hard work learning the language.
The Jacob Holden Memorial Cup was held at St. Liborius on September 18th.
A large crowd turned out to witness first year coach Jake Mackinnon upset long standing winning coach Vincent Ryan.
Thanks to all who attended this most important event on our calendar.
It’s full steam ahead for the 2019 St. Liborius Production “We are Monsters.”
Tickets are available at the office for the two performances on Tuesday 17th September at 2.00 PM and 6.30 PM.
Meet some of the cast in the clip below.
We are so proud of the students and staff for all their hard work.
On August 8th, St. Liborius gathered to celebrate Mass and participate in activities that explored the charism of our founders.
A rewarding and enjoyable day for all.
A big thank you to parents, guardians al all who attended the Book Week costume Parade Wednesday morning.
An especially big thank you for all the students and helpers who created such interesting costumes.
The past week students from St. Liborius have been receiving lessons in regards to Life Education with the regional van visiting.
Many happy faces as students met for the first time or rekindled their friendship with Harold, the giraffe.
Year five and six students from St. Liborius attended the Festival of the Sacred at St. Francis in the Fields, Strathfieldsaye.
More information can be read in this article hosted on The Bendigo Advertiser website.
On Friday 3rd May St. Liborius participated in our Colour run as a fund raiser.
Here are a few snapshots of the day.