Our Arts team have been working with the students from the start of the year in developing their talents for our upcoming School Production of the Lion King Jr.
Students are developing a range of skills based on what role they have chosen. Our backstage team are busy build sets whilst the media team is busy recording interviews with the onstage students and assisting with recording of tracks in our music studio. Big thanks to all staff and especially our incredible Arts team for their amazing work.
A very special morning for our Mums and special ladies in our life! Our new area provided a wonderful space for our community to gather. Thanks to the community engagement team and especially our baristas! We hope all the Mums, Grandmothers and special women in our lives who look after, nurture and support us had a very special Sunday!
Last evening we were delighted to finally host our families back onsite for a free BBQ and sports activities provided by Kelly Sports. We also had the chance to guide parents through our learning areas as for many it has been almost a year since they last managed that. Thanks for all those who attended; we loved having you back!
Thursday 22nd April Bishop of Sandhurst Shane Mackinlay officially opened the Josephite Learning Centre at St. Liborius. The title of the centre reflects the heritage and charism of St. Liborius, with the Sisters of St. Joseph serving the students, school and community for almost 50 years until 1978.
Our last day of term one was spent in mixed level groups with activities focussed on the events of Holy Week and the work of Caritas Australia. A glorious Autumn Day also allowed us to celebrate the end of term with a lunchtime picnic on the oval.
We were recently most fortunate to have Yorta Yorta and Dja Dja Wurrung man Troy Firebrace from the Catholic Education Office introduce students to the amazing art work he completed for us last year during lockdown. Troy took the time to visit and explain the story the work tells and answer the many queries from students. Thanks greatly Troy – from all at St. Liborius.