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WELCOME.....

St Brendan's is a co-educational primary school offering Catholic education for children in the Northern Beaches of Mackay. Officially opened in 2015, our school has continued to grow annually to have two classes in each year level. 

We offer a holistic approach to schooling where children, in partnership with their parents, are nurtured, valued, respected and encouraged to reach their potential.

Our school motto 'Finding God in all Things' challenges students to respect others, value the world around us and to offer their talents to the community.

We offer:
~ State of the art facilities
~ Quality educational experiences
~ Dedicated teachers
~ Before School, After School and Holiday Care
~ Pre-Prep Education- accredited Kindergarten Program

We warmly welcome you to visit our school, tour our facilities and experience what we can offer your family.

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from our Principal, Mr David Paul
IMPORTANT DATES
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8th October
Classes resume for Term 4


30th October
7pm Sacramental Program
Family Workshop Penance
at St Joseph's Church


3rd November
10am Sacramental Program
Family Workshop Penance
at St Joseph's Church

 

COMMUNITY NEWS

PARISH SACRAMENTAL PROGRAM 2019-2020
Please pray for the children in our community who began their Sacramental journey last weekend.

FAMILY WORKSHOP PENANCE at St Joseph's Church -
choose either Wednesday 30th October 7pm, or, Sunday 3rd November 10am

FIRST PENANCE 3:30 - 4:30pm on either Wednesday 6th, or, Thursday 7th November

YEAR 3 CARING FOR OUR COUNTRY CEREMONY
Last Tuesday our Year 3 classes had Mrs Karlie Tatchell(Regional Indigenous Education Liaison Officer) lead the children in a Caring for Country ceremony. Some of our Year 3 students had the opportunity to share their reflections:

  • Charlotte: Something special that I learned about the Caring for Country ceremony was Mrs T's Totem was the Barramundi and she must never eat them and protects them for her lifetime.
  • Zavier: Something special that I learned about the Caring for Country ceremony was a Coolamon is used for supplying food and water. It is also used for carrying babies.
  • Savannah: Something special that I learned about the Caring for Country ceremony was that different countries have different totems in their families. We must respect our country and our special culture. 
  • Hope:  Something special that I learned about the Caring for Country ceremony was that you should care for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders. They only take what they need for their families and never too much, so we look after our animals and plants. 
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