A huge thank you to every family and all the students who have embraced St Joe’s Nude Food focus for recess and lunch food. You have all done an amazing job to make it a habit now. All students received a Wax Wrap (made by St Joe's parents and students) for participating in the Term 3 Nude Food competition. The first prize winners in each class brought Nude Food every day of the term, a great effort. Well done Nixon, Mae, Indi, Carter, Hannah, Jack and Xavier D. The scores were so close that a number of students also received 2nd and 3rd prizes, including Jax, Jaxon, Addie, Billie, Zara, Jasmine, Dylan, Maddison and Liam P. Well done everyone!
Celebrating Wattle Day
Thanks to Isaac and the Sutherland family for getting up early and collecting 6 types of wattle that they grow on their farm. Isaac proudly explained the different types of wattle and how to recognise them at our assembly.
We had fun during Art and Sustainability exploring the books ‘Iceberg’ and ‘Bee Hotel’ for Bookweek.
Junior students read ‘Bee Hotel’ and were excited to observe how well our Bee Hotel is providing a home for native bees.
Middle and Senior students read ‘Iceberg’ and discussed how global warming is endangering animals and habitat in Antarctica.
Sustainability at St Josephs
At St Joseph’s we inspire our students and our community to care for God’s world by conserving natural resources, through positive daily actions. We aim to provide practical environmental education in all aspects of school life and stimulate environmental consciousness for a sustainable future.