St Columba's Catholic Primary School

Kindergarten - Year 6
South Perth, Western Australia

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St. Columba’s Catholic Primary School is committed to the total development of the whole child in a nurturing family community, revealing Jesus Christ.

30 York Street (cnr Forrest Street)
PO Box 8307
South Perth WA 6151
(08) 6436 9500
admin@stcolumbassp.wa.edu.au

Specialist Programmes on offer
at St Columba’s

  • Extension/Enrichment Programme
  • Learning Support Programme
  • MultiLit, MiniLit, InitiaLit, PreLit and MacqLit Programmes
  • Robotics
  • 1-1 iPads (Yr 4-7)
  • Computer Coding
  • Whole School Music Programme
  • Instrumental Music Lessons
  • Tennis Coaching
  • Edudance
  • Kids n Sport
  • Running Club

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Colour Run Fundraiser

A very special THANK YOU to our
GOLD SPONSOR
for their generous contribution to the school Colour Run Fundraiser.
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Code of Conduct

Each week we will provide information about the St Columba’s Code of Conduct so that members of our school community can become familiar with its terms. The Code is applicable to all members of our school community including, staff, students, parents, guardians, carers and volunteers.
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Ash Wednesday

Next week students in Years 1 to 6 will be attending Mass on Ash Wednesday, 1 March at 10am. All parents are invited to attend. The Pre-Primary and Kindy students will receive Ashes in their classrooms after Mass.
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Latest Correspondence

Term 1 Calendar
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Important Dates

Friday 24 February

  • Year 4 Liturgy
  • P&F Night on the Green
  • ASCS Cricket Carnival — Selected Students

Tuesday 28 February

  • Shrove Tuesday

Wednesday 1 March

  • Ash Wednesday - Mass at 10am - Years 1 to 6

Friday 3 March

  • Swimming Carnival - 9am to 3pm

 


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We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas.