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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)

28th March
P&F Meeting 5.30pm in Staffroom
All Welcome

29th March
Last day of Term 1
Assembly 8.45am

16th April
Pupil Free Day

17th April
Term 2 begins

25th April
ANZAC Day Public Holiday

7th May
Labour Day Holiday

25th May
Show Day Holiday
(Sacred Heart only)

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Fridays at 8.45am

Mondays and Fridays


Welcome to our website.....

Sacred Heart Parish School in Cunnamulla was established in 1915 and was originally staffed by the Sisters of Mercy, an Irish order founded by Catherine McAuley in 1827.

At the Sacred Heart school we cater for children from Prep to Year 6. The current level of student enrolments allows for close interaction between parents, students and staff. Our shared vision for each student is embedded in our motto “Become Who You Are” where we encourage children to embrace their physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual nature.

We’re a school that prides itself on establishing right relationships with all community members. Our school works as a team in which each of us offers our unique gifts and talents to build the best possible educational environment for the children. We share this responsibility with parents, community members, parishioners and our parish leaders. At our school, we endeavour to live the Gospel values.


Community News

This week we are supporting National Day of Action against bullying and violence. Bullying is defined as, a pattern of repeated physical, verbal, psychological or social aggression that is directed towards a specific student by someone with more power and is intended to cause harm, distress and or create fear. By contrast, conflict between equals and single incidents are not defined as bullying although such incidents may require intervention
by the school.

At Sacred Heart, we take the safety of our students very seriously and as such we will be educating the children over the next few weeks about the different types of bullying identified by the National Safe Schools Framework. This week in family groups, students will be learning about the definition of bullying and appropriate responses to different bullying situations. Please ask your children about this at home to get the discussion flowing.

In support of National Day of Action against bullying and violence, Outback Patrol will be performing at our school next Tuesday. The theme of their performance will be based around anti-bullying actions.

Over the next few weeks in Links, I will include information about different types of bullying and how we can all play a part in addressing and preventing bullying in our school and community.

The Sacramental Program for 2018 has begun.
Venue: Church. Time: 8am – 8.30am.
Classes will usually be 8am Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of each week in the Church. Parents wishing to enrol children in these classes please contact Sr Maureen on 46551611 or mandrews@mficaust.org.au.

Spread the word.  Friendly Grocer are running a Money Board fundraiser for Year 6 Camp. Tickets are $100 each. There are 8 prizes to be won.“You have to be in it to win it”

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