Author Archives: Sharni
Each year, on 26 July, all at St Anne’s participate in a special celebration to honour St Anne, the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the grandmother of Jesus, after whom St Anne’s Long Day Care Centre has appropriately … Continue reading
St Anne’s is located in a School precinct with neighbouring St Francis Xavier Parish schools very close by – Holy Family Catholic Primary School and Xavier Catholic College. This close proximity has allowed us to build relationships with both school … Continue reading
It is not unusual to find groups of children visiting another learning area and class of children throughout the day at St Anne’s. Visiting each other, familiarises children with all class rooms, educators, spaces and places, as well as being … Continue reading
St Anne’s Seabirds Preschool Tuesday Class is participating this year in an Intergenerational Program with Crowley Care Residents. What a wonderful and valuable way to connect young children and the seniors in our community. … Continue reading
Our ‘Green Space’ Adjacent to our outside learning program play space is a green grassy space (fenced for safety as it also sits alongside our carpark). This is used by the children and the educators for feeling the freedom of … Continue reading
Smelling, touching, feeling, observing and interacting with elements of our natural environment are a very important part of our educative program at St Anne’s.
NAIDOC Week 2018 St Anne’s celebration Our day celebrating NAIDOC week included a gathering on the grass area as a whole St Anne’s community. We said as Acknowledgement of Country, and spoke of the … Continue reading
St Anne’s will again engage in the Henny Penny Hatching Program. The incubator, chicks and pen will be delivered and set up in the Centre’s foyer on Monday 28 August 2017!
On Wednesday 26 July 2017 we will celebrate the Feast Day of St Anne. We invite all parents to join us at 11am for morning tea and the cutting of a cake to honour this celebration. St Anne was the … Continue reading
Australia’s three flags now stand proudly together in the St Anne’s foyer. Do you know about the flags and what the colours and symbols represent? Please read Newsletter 5 to find out.