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    • French language at St Pat's

      We are very proud of the way our students are embracing French language at St Patrick's. This video is testament to our students' expanding understanding of conversational French.

    • Announcements for Week 5, Term 3

      Here are the weekly announcements from our school leaders.

    • Virtual Track and Field

      SSV has this week launched a 'Track and Field' Virtual event for ALL Primary and Secondary students in Victoria.  There are several ways that your child can be involved.  They can take part in one or all of the events on offer and there are prize packs to be won in each event.  The emphasis is on FUN and encouraging our children to move and 'give it a try'. The events are: Sprints: (60m, 80m, 100m, 200m, 400m) Run or walk: (800m, 1500m) Jumps: (standing long jump and standing triple jump) Throw: (tennis ball shot-put) Combined event: 100m sprint, standing long jump, tennis ball shot-put and 800m run. Visit the School Sport Victoria website https://ssv.vic.edu.au/Pages/SSVVirtualTrackandField.aspx to find out more information and how to enter and upload your child's achievement for each event. Have fun everyone and stay safe. Mr McDermott

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    • St Patrick's Primary School, Kilmore

      ST PATRICK'S St Patrick's is a relational school that believes in strong family-school relationships to help foster the best outcomes for the students, both academically as well as socially and emotionally. Get In Touch News: Onsite schooling returns on Monday 5 October for all students Bonjour, and welcome to St Patrick's Kilmore St Patrick’s is founded on the values and teachings of Jesus Christ as they are presented to us in the Gospel. Our students are placed at the centre of everything we do, as we work collaboratively with our families to maximise students outcomes. COVID-19 Management Recent Blog posts Play Video Play Video 03:26 Remote Learning Video Improved Remote learning according to our students Play Video Play Video 02:06 French Message French Message Week 8 Play Video Play Video 02:32 St Patrick's Maiden Flight Our maiden flight with the drone St Patrick's Primary School Kilmore 2020 Play Video Play Video 10:16 P E Remote learning Week 7 Here are some of the PE activities being done during Week 7 of remote learning for Term 3 Play Video Play Video 13:10 P E Remote Learning Week 6 PE for Week 6 at St Pats Play Video Play Video 01:55 Mask making Load More

    • COVID-19 | St Patrick's Primary School Kilmore

      COVID-19 Management St Patrick's Primary School is working closely with Catholic Education Melbourne to ensure that the school is doing everything it can during these unprecedented times to provide a safe and secure environment and continue to deliver educational outcomes for our students. ​ All students in Regional Victoria will return to onsite schooling from Monday 5 October. Staff have begun making detailed plans for students to re-engage back at school in Term 4. ​ In managing the COVID-19 situation the school has increased the cleaning schedule of the school and is implementing the standard social distancing protocols wherever possible. ​ School assemblies have been postponed indefinitely and all PSG meetings for Term 4 will still be via telephone or video conferencing. Independent music lessons for drums, guitar and piano will resume onsite with the music teachers. ​ Families who are experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 virus are encouraged to contact the school via email on principal@spkilmore.catholic.edu.au ​ I wish all St Patrick’s students & families the very best as they continue to adapt to this unusual holiday time. ​ Best wishes ​ Michael Bourne School Principal Information is accurate as at 17 September 2020 at 6:30pm: ​ St Patrick's Primary School has no confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19). The school remains open. ​ We are following all the procedures and protocols of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV). ​ Advice from the DHHS is that if a student or member of the community is unwell for any reason, they should remain at home. ​ Further information on COVID-19 is available on the and websites. DHHS CECV Letters to parents 17 September 2020 School resumes 5 October 3 August 2020 RL and Pupil Free Day 17 July 2020 Family information about RL 13 July 2020 Information about remote learning 12 July 2020 Remote learning from 20 July 10 July 2020 Extended School Holidays 24 April 2020 Remote Learning update Useful links Digital technologies query form Video - Parent Notified Absences Google Form Student attendance Term 2 Karen Green (MAPPEN) Supporting education at home 1 Webinar - Helping with reading Expert tips to stay regulated Strategies for home learning 14 April 2020 PAM - remote learning notification 13 April 2020 Remote learning arrangements 9 April 2020 Term 2 arrangements 27 March 2020 School Fees Update 23 March 2020 School Shutdown Update 18 March 2020 School Remains Open

    • Religious Education | St Patrick's Primary School Kilmore

      Religious Education The Religious Education Curriculum draws from and incorporates the teachings and principles promoted in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, along with the teachings of Vatican II and post-conciliar documents. It attends to the spiritual development of each person, acknowledging and celebrating the Spirit at work, inviting a relationship with God and a Christ-like stance towards others. When teaching Religious Education we aim to open up a more explicit dialogue of appreciating the value of Catholic faith and respecting the other faiths and worldviews that permeate Australia’s diverse society, find new ways to express the Gospel as alive and authentic, and engage in rich and meaningful experiences of prayer. ​ The learning structure is comprised of: three strands of learning; five content areas; and the learning progression including achievement standards. ​ The three strands are: ● Knowledge and Understanding, i.e. seeking truth ● Reasoning and Responding, i.e. making meaning ● Personal and Communal Engagement, i.e. living story The five content areas work together to build a network of understanding of the Catholic Church and its traditions. These are: ● Scripture and Jesus ● Church and Community ● God, Religion and Life ● Sacrament, Prayer and Liturgy ● Morality and Justice Social Emotional Learning Integrated Inquiry

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