Newsletter

02 May 2019
Term 2/week 2
From the Principal
From the Deputy Principal
Around the Classrooms
Literacy
BEST Awards
School Office News
Secondary School Information
Parents and Friends
School Tuckshop 
Parish News
Community Activities
St. Andrew's Primary School Clayton South
03 9551 5094
96 Bunney Road
Clayton South, Victoria, 3169
AU

From the Principal

Dear Families,

A very warm welcome back to school to all members of our community. I hope that the holidays and Easter presented an opportunity for all to spend time with family and special people. It was lovely to see many smiling and eager faces return to school for the new term.

 

We gathered last Friday afternoon as a school community to celebrate the spirit of ANZAC, to recall the ANZAC qualities of courage, mateship and sacrifice and to relate these qualities to our sense of national identity.  We thank Daniela Dal Santo for leading us in this celebration and thank all families who joined us for this ceremony. 

 

 

Praying for the Victims and People of Sri Lanka

On April 21 we were all made aware of the distressing news of the bombings in Sri Lanka.   Please refer below to an excerpt from last weekends Parish bulletin.   Members of the Parish and School community all join together to voice our grief for all affected by this event.  
‘The Parish community of St. Andrews shares the grief and sorrow of people around the world of the bombing tragedy in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.  The death toll from the attacks has risen significantly to more than 300, with around 500 people injured.  There is deep sadness in our hearts for the grieving families: parents who have lost their children, orphans, widows and widowers who sit in the valley of the shadow of death. Innocent people, tender children, families who had gathered to worship were killed in suicide bombings. We call upon all of you to pray for the victims and people of Sri Lanka to overcome these brutal acts of hatred with the courageous and merciful Love of God. May the Lord, risen from the dead fill them with Peace!’
 

Staff Professional Development Days - Tuesday 23rd & Wednesday 24th April

Parents access to the Staff Agenda for the 2 day Professional Development

Dear Parents,

Welcome back to Term 2!  I hope that you enjoyed the holidays and Easter break.

As you are aware the term started with two School Closure Days. Throughout the two days the staff participated in professional learning to enhance the School’s Literacy and Numeracy programs through the use of ICT. The staff were able to reflect upon what a 21st Century Teacher looks and sounds like, as well as, becoming familiar with a number or ICT tools, active use of the tools and then work in their levels to plan for the use of such tools in their classroom programs. 

Throughout the term the staff will be incorporating these tools in their planning which will then transfer into classroom practice with the students.  At the end of the term students will present their use of the tools along with their learning in Literacy and Numeracy in the ‘Three Way Interviews’

Below are some staff reflections along with an outline of  the two days.

Exciting times ahead for staff and students.

Staff Reflections:

 

 You are never too old to learn something new.  As a teacher, you have to constantly reinvent yourself by adapting to the changing environment e.g. the use of ICT and how to deliver it best to your students and to prepare them for the future.

We are learners ourselves and we are ready to change and enhance our teaching with the use of the new chromebooks, google classrooms, new and exciting Apps for the Ipads to help students become more engaged with their learning and be more tech savy.

It was a very valuable, engaging and hands on learning experience. We were presented with many creative ideas to engage and enhance student learning.

It was great to come together as a staff and support each other as we continue to explore the learning possibilities through ICT.

The PD days were very interactive and l enjoyed the shared interaction of ideas  between my colleagues and how we all were invested in improving our own work practice through the use of technology to benefit and enhance the studentś learning. I learnt many new skills and applications.

Our two days of professional development in digital technology allowed us to be the students. The enthusiasm, challenges and successes experienced throughout will have significant impact on our students' learning

An insightful two days which have provided us with confidence to use some amazing ICT tools and 21st century learning into the classroom!  Exciting and engaging ways to learn! Thank you for empowering us with tools and knowledge to work towards the future of education!!

 

 

Appointment of Visual Arts and Music Teacher

As advised last term we welcome 2 staff members to our community.    We have appointed Mrs Cathy Bartlett to the role as Visual Arts teacher and Miss Tahlia Holsinger as our Music teacher.   
We welcome both Cathy and Tahlia to our community and look forward to working with them as valued colleagues and contributing members of our staff team.  

Congratulations to our Colleagues

We congratulate staff members Andrea LaFontaine (School Occupational Therapist) and Nicholas Yap (School Counsellor) as they attend their University Graduation ceremonies this week.   Andrea graduates as an Occupational Therapist and Nicholas graduates from his Masters of Psychology degree. 
Congratulations Andrea and Nicholas!! 

Foundation Enrolment Forms - Sibling Enrolments for Foundation 2020

We request that all parents with Foundation enrolments for the 2020 school year submit enrolment forms prior to the end of the term.  This will greatly assist with our planning for student numbers and for our allocation of placements for new families to the school.  If you are aware of friends or family members wishing to enrol at St Andrew’s please advise them that enrol forms need to be submitted in the near future.    Enrolment forms can be found on the school website. 

Mother’s Day/Special Friends Fun Afternoon in the School Hall - Friday 10th May - 2.15pm

We warmly invite all mothers and special friends to the Mother’s Day/Special Friends fun afternoon to be held in the School Hall from 2.15pm to 3.15pm on Friday 10th May.   We have invited Footsteps Dance Company to join with us to lead children and Mums/Special Friends though a fun afternoon of various dance moves.    The focus of the afternoon is for mums and children to simply enjoy a fun afternoon together in the hall.    Mothers/Special Friends are requested to collect a special envelope from their children when they arrive at the hall.   
Grade 6 children will be returning from camp to join in the afternoon activities. 

Mother's Day Stall

Parents & Friends are holding the annual Mother’s Day Stall on Friday 3rd May.
The Mother’s Day Stall will take place in the Glasshouse and will allow the children to buy something special for Mum, Nanna or your special friend.
There will be various gifts ranging from $2.00 - $6.00.
Please remember to bring a bag for your child to put their gifts in. 
Please place your money in an envelope with your child's name and class on it and give to your classroom teacher.
P&F would appreciate any stall helpers on the day between 9am to 1pm. Please sign in at the office and meeting the glass house at 8:45am. Contact parents.friends.standrews@gmail.com to volunteer your time.

Year 6 Camp - Wednesday 8th May - Friday 10th May - Portsea Camp

The Year 6 Camp at Portsea Camp will be held from next Wednesday 8th May through to Friday 10th May.   All students need to be at school no later than 8.30 a.m. Please pack their own playlunch and lunch on the Wednesday.  
Each year Grade 6 staff, along with additional members of staff, attend our school camp to ensure that our staff to student ratio is at the required level.  Parents are advised that the following school staff will be supporting the children next week;
Callum Mills, Michael McDonough, Daniela Dal Santo, Paddy Edwards, Bella Aranda, Peter Tyndall, Natalie Rando and Paul Wakeling. 

Year 5 Student Supervision

Our Year 5 students will be placed into two classes throughout the 3 days of camp.  The children have been placed in mixed social groupings, a great time for the Year 5 children to enjoy time together as a level.   The two classes will be supervised by Nella LoPresti and Daniela Polites.  

Bentleigh District Cross Country Carnival - Tuesday 7th May

We wish all of the Year 4 to Year 6 children every success as they compete in the District Cross Country event next Tuesday 7th May.  We hope to enjoy some home ground advantage with the event being held at Bald Hill Park.

NAPLAN

The National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is an annual national assessment for all students in Years 3, 5, 7, and 9. All students in these year levels are expected to participate in tests in Reading, Writing, Language Conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and Numeracy.
The tests provide schools, states and territories with information about how education programs are working and which areas need to be prioritised for improvement. They also provide parents and schools with an understanding of how individual students are performing at the time of the tests.
NAPLAN tests are one aspect of the school’s assessment and reporting process, and do not replace the extensive, ongoing assessments made by teachers about each student’s performance.

NAPLAN Timetable

 

Asthma Plans & Medication

We remind parents that all children requiring asthma medication need to provide to the school an Asthma Management Plan as sourced through a doctor.  As we enter the winter months we remind parents to have Asthma medication and plans handed to the school office.    All medication must be housed in the first aid room and not in student bags.  Any medication must be administered under the supervision of a staff member.

School Privacy Policy

The school has recently reviewed and updated its privacy policy.  Parents can access this policy by making contact with the school office.    office@saclaytonsth.catholic.edu.au  

Working Bee - Saturday 11th May - 8.30am - 10.30am

Please find attached below a flyer relating to the second working bee for 2019, scheduled for Saturday 11th May.  

The Working Bee will run from 8.30am - 10.30am.

 

CareMonkey Registration for New Families -

It is recommended that parents access the site    www.caremonkey.com/sign-up .   By following the instructions you can create your own free CareMonkey account and control all data about your child/children. The CareMonkey system stores the information on your behalf and you will be able to grant (or deny) access to your data with our school. You are also able to share this data with any other group or individual you choose (eg. your child's grandparents, their child-minder, their sports club, etc).

From the schools perspective, this information will only be visible by the relevant staff for your child and will be managed in accordance with the Privacy Act.  

School Closure Days

Closure days 

11 June,  

23 August,

4 November (Melbourne Cup Monday)

22 November

The Out of Hours Care Program will be open on these days to supervise students.  Parents who require this service are asked to enrol their child prior to these dates.

Skoolbag App - Download

To install the St. Andrew’s School App, just look for our school name "St Andrews Parish Primary School Clayton South" in the Apple App Store (iPhone Users) or Google Play Store (Android Users), and install it on your phone.  Alternatively, once in the App Store or Play Store search ‘skoolbag app st andrews’ .

SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

Tuesday 14th May & Thursday 16th May

Tours will run on the hour at 9am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm & 5pm.

Tours are also available on any school day throughout the year by appointment.
We request that parents already with children in the school enrol as early as possible.

Dates for Your Diary

2019 Key Dates - 

 

MAY

Thu 2nd -     Winter Yr 5/6 Inter-School Sports  
Fri 3rd -        Parents and Friends Mothers Day Stall 
Tue 7th -      Yr 5/6 District Cross Country held at Bald Hill Park  
Wed 8th-10th-      Yr 6 School Camp at Portsea 
Wed 8th -    Education Board Meeting - 6pm 
Fri 10th -      Year 5 Bosch Excursion
Fri 10th -       2.15pm - Mothers/Special Friends Dance Fun in the Hall 
Sat 11th -     Working Bee 8.30am-10.30am 
Sun 12th -   Happy Mother’s Day!  
Tue 14th -    School Open Day 
Thu 16th -    School Open Day 
Thu 16th -    Winter Yr 5/6 Inter-School Sports  
Sat 18th -      Commitment Mass for First Eucharist Candidates 
Mon 20th -    Paul Wakeling on Leave until June 14
Tue 21st -       Year 1/2 Excursion to Scienceworks 
Wed 22nd -    National Simultaneous Storytime activity 
Thu 23rd -      Winter Yr 5/6 Inter-School Sports

 

 

Mr Paul Wakeling

Principal

 

From the Deputy Principal

From the Deputy Principal

Dear Parents,

Welcome back to Term 2!  I hope that you enjoyed the holidays and Easter break.

As you are aware the term started with two School Closure Days. Throughout the two days the staff participated in professional learning to enhance the School’s Literacy and Numeracy programs through the use of ICT. The staff were able to reflect upon what a 21st Century Teacher looks and sounds like, as well as, becoming familiar with a number or ICT tools, active use of the tools and then work in their levels to plan for the use of such tools in their classroom programs. 

Throughout the term the staff will be incorporating these tools in their planning which will then transfer into classroom practice with the students.  At the end of the term students will present their use of the tools along with their learning in Literacy and Numeracy in the ‘Three Way Interviews’

Below are some staff reflections along with an outline of  the two days.

Exciting times ahead for staff and students.

Staff Reflections:
 You are never too old to learn something new.  As a teacher, you have to constantly reinvent yourself by adapting to the changing environment e.g. the use of ICT and how to deliver it best to your students and to prepare them for the future.

We are learners ourselves and we are ready to change and enhance our teaching with the use of the new chromebooks, google classrooms, new and exciting Apps for the Ipads to help students become more engaged with their learning and be more tech savy.

It was a very valuable, engaging and hands on learning experience. We were presented with many creative ideas to engage and enhance student learning.

It was great to come together as a staff and support each other as we continue to explore the learning possibilities through ICT.

The PD days were very interactive and l enjoyed the shared interaction of ideas  between my colleagues and how we all were invested in improving our own work practice through the use of technology to benefit and enhance the studentś learning. I learnt many new skills and applications.

Our two days of professional development in digital technology allowed us to be the students. The enthusiasm, challenges and successes experienced throughout will have significant impact on our students' learning

An insightful two days which have provided us with confidence to use some amazing ICT tools and 21st century learning into the classroom!  Exciting and engaging ways to learn! Thank you for empowering us with tools and knowledge to work towards the future of education!!

 

Kelli Johnston

 

 

Around the Classrooms

Year 1/2G

In 1/2 G we have had an enthusiastic start to Term Two. This week in English we have been focussing on Anzac Day and two significant texts about the First World War. One is Anzac Biscuits by Phil Cummings where a mother and daughter bake Anzac biscuits while the girl’s father fights as a young soldier in Turkey. The story is shared between the young girl in the kitchen in Australia and her father in the battlefields of Anzac Cove. There are many likenesses between the two storylines and symbolism of words and illustrations. Students are being introduced to the letter writing genre where they locate features of a letter including the date, greetings and the signing off from a loved one. The children will put themselves in the place of the daughter and write a letter back to their father in Gallipoli.
The other narrative is Anzac Ted by Belinda Landsberry. The students have enjoyed reading this story about a little boy’s teddy bear passed down to him from his grandfather. The bear was a mascot during the war and provided comfort to the soldiers. Students have reflected on the fact that Anzac Ted does not look like their regular toys: He is dirty, missing an eye, an ear and his fur is torn. We discussed that Anzac Ted is truly a hero despite others judging him and if they knew his story they too would be amazed!
In Maths we have started a Unit about Time. We have started with ordering the days of the week, writing and illustrating what we do on certain days and are moving on to durations of time and ordering activities of various lengths on a timeline. Some things take a short time such as brushing our teeth and others take a long time including sleeping or going on an overseas holiday. We are then moving on to the telling of time using analogue and digital clocks. 
Religion lessons have begun by revising the resurrection of Jesus and the children sharing the way in which they have celebrated Easter with their families. We look forward to learning about The Creation Story and analysing images of God’s Creation. We will then create a unique image as part of a classroom display. 
In Inquiry we have started with learning about the seasons and their very different environments and weather conditions. We are also considering the ways in which we change along with each season in the clothing that we wear and hobbies we choose. This Unit is very interesting as we look forward to discovering the many phases of the moon.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner and we are planning some beautiful cards for all deserving Mothers at St Andrew’s. Our year level is preparing a special song about Mothers to be performed at a special assembly on Friday 10th May at 2.15 p.m. in the School Hall. Footsteps Dance Company will then be engaging the children and their Mothers in some fun activities. We would love to see all Mothers there!
I invite any parents interested in signing up to be classroom helpers to please write their name on the timetable outside of our classroom. Please note that you need to have completed the Parent Helper’s course and have a valid Working With Children Check. I look forward to welcoming you into the classroom and an exciting term ahead!

Rachel Gurvich - Year 1/2G teacher
 

Foundation P

Welcome back to Term 2 in FP!
All of the students have made an excellent start to their schooling at St Andrew’s and should be very proud of the way they have settled into Foundation P. After a very busy term 1, all of the Foundation P students enjoyed a well-earned break and have returned to school still full of enthusiasm.
In the final week of term 1, we showed the whole school our presentation of Palm Sunday. This was the culmination of our Religion units on Jesus, the Good Shepherd, and the Easter Story. All of the students did an outstanding job in front of the whole school!
In English, we have been reading every day and practising our M100W words.  We are becoming very good at using the pictures to understand unfamiliar words, and can sound out words using many of the letters we have learned about. Some of our favourite books have been Elephant is Stuck, Mud Walk, and Baboon’s Nest.
In Mathematics, we have covered lots of different topics. We have had fun in the sandpit learning about capacity, we learned about positional language in the classroom and on the playground and we have begun to learn about data and asking questions to make graphs. We have also been doing daily mental strategies to improve our number and counting skills. We love using the iPads to help us learn about number and place value in particular.
Every second Friday, we love catching up with our Grade 5 buddies. We have been to their classrooms and our buddies have come to see us in Foundation P too. We loved having a Teddy Bear’s Picnic with our buddies and their teddy bear friends, too. 
To all of the Foundation P parents, thank you for your support and for helping your child make such a successful transition into their primary schooling at St Andrew’s. 

David Preston - Foundation P teacher

 

 

Literacy

Creating a Literacy-rich Home

Creating a literacy-rich home gives your child every opportunity to engage in reading, writing, speaking and listening. This kind of environment encourages your child to see these skills as an important and normal part of every day. 
Here are some tips to create a literate home: 
Books. Lots of books. With lots of books your child will see reading as a normal activity and will always have something new to read. 
Create a language-rich bedroom and home for your child, with alphabet and word posters, and labels. 
Organise a bookshelf to display your child’s books. Have your child choose books they are interested in. Make sure you have a selection of both fiction and non-fiction books.
Create a comfortable space for your child to read, perhaps with cushions and blankets, to encourage your child to see reading as a relaxing and fun activity. 
Provide writing materials and a writing desk. Having different pens and pencils, and a place to write, encourages your child to write more often. Creating a special ‘writing box’ to store your child’s pens and pencils helps your child see writing as an important activity.
Collect props for imaginative play, and materials for craft projects. These can form the basis for practising speaking and writing. 
Set aside a time each week for ‘family reading time’ when every family member is reading, either individually or together. 
Regularly discuss what your child is reading or writing.
Very importantly, read yourself. One of the most important ways to get your child reading is to model reading for your child. Children are encouraged to read and to see reading as a normal part of the day. If they see their parents reading often they see the value in it.
Siblings, grandparents, and other relevant persons in a child’s life can also be reading role models.

 

Published by the Department of Education and Training Melbourne May 2018

Angela Palombi Literacy Leader

Dear Parents

We would just like to invite our parent helpers back into the classroom once again for Term 2. Please contact your classroom teachers to make a time that suits you best.
We also look forward to seeing more parents working in our classrooms. 

Feedback from one of our Parent helper was-
Working with teachers, administrators, and other parents will help you understand your child's daily activities. You'll also tap into trends and fads of school life that can help you communicate with your kids as they grow and change — all without intruding on their privacy or personal space.
Getting involved is a great way to show your kids that you take an interest in their education. It also sends a positive message that you consider school a worthwhile cause.  Just remember that even if you haven't been involved in the past, it's never too late to start.


Kelli Johnston (Teaching and Learning)
 and Angela Palombi (Literacy Leader)


 

BEST Awards

Please click on the link 

 

 

School Office News

Woolworths Earn & Learn

Woolworths Earn & Learn is back for 2019!

Between 1 May and 25 June, 2019, collect as many stickers as you can.

Stick them on the posters and sticker sheets

Earn & Learn starts Wednesday 1 May 
With every $10 spent* at Woolworths, one sticker is collected. These can be placed onto the Earn & Learn sticker sheets and dropped into the collection box at St Andrew's School or our local Woolworths in Clarinda.

Tissue Boxes 

With the sniffly weather upon us, it would be appreciated if each child bring a box of tissues for their class room.  Thank you.

Entertainment Books 2019/2020

The office is selling the Entertainment Books again this year.  You can buy your copy from the Office now!  Still only $70

Come and buy your copy now!!

Term 2 School Fees

Every family should have received their Term 2 Fees this week.  If your child has not handed you the envelope, please check their school bag or obtain a copy from the Office.

Term 2 Fees are due by 17th May.

Year 6 Camp is due by 3rd May.

All Arrears, Subject & Excursion Levies, Swimming for Year 3 & 4 and Term 1 Fees should now have been paid.

Creative Music

 

Kelly Sports

 

Chinese School with Mrs Ma

Chinese lessons have resumed with Mrs Ma on Mondays. They are held in the Library.

Secondary School Information

Students going to Government Secondary School in 2020

Transition Packs were sent home to students last week who will be attending a Government Secondary school for Year 7 in 2020. 
Parents are to return the Application Forms to the Office with their placement requests as soon as possible.  Thank you.

St. James - Term 2 Open days

 

O.L.S.H. Open Morning

 

Year 7 / 2021 Enrolments for Sacred Heart

Please click on the link for more information

 

Parents and Friends

Dear Parents & Friends,

Welcome back to another wonderful term. We hope you all had a lovely restful Easter break with family and friends.  
 
The Easter Bonnet Parade took place in the school hall at the last day of Term 1. We had the pleasure of witnessing such creative, beautiful, colourful and outrageously cool bonnets. Thank you to all children and parents for all their Easter raffle donations. These donations were made up into hampers, and handed out to very lucky and HAPPY children!
 
Special thanks to Angela K and Mina as well as volunteers from our school community for help us and the school with these various Easter activities - Raffle, Hot Cross Buns and Bonnet Parade. We have had various engaging activities and opportunities to connect with the school, other parents and children. We could not have done this without you. THANK YOU.
 Leanne Ngo
P & F President, St Andrew’s

Term 2 Activities

Mother's Day Stall - May 3rd

We are holding the annual Mother’s Day Stall again on Friday 3rd May.
Please remember to bring a bag for your child to put your gifts in. Please place your money in an envelope with your child’s name and class on it and give it to your classroom teacher.
If you would like to help at the stall between 9am to 1pm please get in contact parents.friends.standrews@gmail.com

All volunteers require a Working with Children Check (WWC) card. Please sign in at the office and meet in the Glasshouse at 8:45am. Morning tea will be provided for volunteers on the day.
Thank you for your support
We are planning for other activities throughout this term, so please stay tune. 

 

P&F Committee

If you want to know what we do and how we work, please connect with us. All parents and friends are welcomed to sit in our P&F committee meetings. We have our monthly P&F committee meetings held a week before the Education Board. Our P&F committee meetings will alternate between afternoons and evenings through the year.
We would love to hear from you – our parents (including grandparents and guardians) and friends of our school and community.  We value what you have to say.  Connect with us via  parents.friends.standrews@gmail.com or simply catch one of us during our drop-offs, pick-ups or activities around the school community. 

P&F Reach and Connection

Lend a hand - Join our casual P&F email registry of helpers

We know we have such a rich and diverse community of parents and friends at St Andrew’s, and that not everyone will have the time and commitment to actively participate in our P&F Committee and attend our regular monthly meetings. Perhaps you only have a spare couple of hours every so often in a year, have a specific expertise, passionate about a specific cause/project, maybe you’re in between finding work and want to add a fundraising/community activity to your resume to boost your employability? If you want to lend a hand but without the long-term commitment, then we invite you to join our casual P&F email registry of helpers. How it works, email us your interest at parents.friends.standrews@gmail.com  We’ll add you to the email list and notify you of any upcoming opportunities to lend a hand. If one catches your fancy, simply respond back and let us know how you can assist.
 

School Tuckshop 

Tuckshop Roster

 

TERM 2

Friday 3rd May               Volunteer Needed

Monday 6th May           Volunteer Needed

Tuesday 7th May           Volunteer Needed

Wednesday 8th May    Volunteer Needed

Thursday 9th May         Anitha

Parish News

Mark on your calendar
~ St. Andrew's Community Fete ~

The St. Andrew's Community Fete will be held on Saturday 19th October!

 

 

Community Activities

Oakleigh South Primary School Fete

 

Clarinda Craft Market

MAKE IT  -  BAKE IT  -  GROW  IT.  

Our stall holders have spent hours making, baking or growing gifts
                For Mum on Mother’s Day.   Come along to our market on Saturday 4th May and pick up some beautiful Hand-made gifts at fantastic prices.  

Our monster raffle will be drawn on the day about 1.30pm.
                Clarinda Art & Craft Market at the Clarinda Community Centre
                Cnr Bourke and Viney Street, Clarinda.   10am – 2pm – free entry, 
 

Football Star Academy Clinc

Dear Parents,

Could all parents that wish for their child to attend the Football Star Academy after school clinics please make sure you have enrolled them online and paid for the term before attending.

The registration form last term was only to attend the FREE open session.

All details were sent out to the parents who registered an interest in continuing but if you need more information or sign up details please contact Gary on 0421666902.

 

Six Moments in Kingston

Kingston Arts is running an exciting new public art bus tour in May that features six extraordinary local stories drawn from Kingston in the period 1976-1981

 

Super Soccer Stars

 

Grasshopper Soccer

 

  Newsletter
ANZAC Assembly
Staff PD.pdf
2019 NAPLAN Timetable.pdf
Working Bee newsletter ad - Copy.pdf
Working Bee newsletter ad .pdf
St Andrews Awesome Autumn Sports.pdf
Flyer for Priority Parishes and Primary Schools - 2019.pdf
Week 10.pdf
Week 2.pdf
YLVHolidayProgram.pdf
St Andrew's launch reminder.pdf
St Andrew's launch reminder.pdf
School Closure Days.pdf