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Welcome to All Saints Primary - Albany Creek


 Principal's Welcome


All Saints Parish Primary School at Albany Creek strives to be a welcoming joyful community where everyone is accepted, encouraged, forgiven and inspired to achieve a balanced life. We are united in celebrating the Catholic faith and working for justice and peace. We aim for the holistic development of each child and excellence in learning while preparing our students to promote harmony in our world.



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Year 6 Project Hatch Retreat Day will be held on Friday 5th February at school. The students will work with Dave Jorna and his team. Dave uses games, role-playing and music to enthuse the students and to help them see that Jesus is our best role model for leadership. The retreat helps prepare the students for their leadership year which will officially begin at the Presentation of Badges ceremony on Monday 15th February at 7pm in the church. We look forward to sharing this important milestone with the Year 6 parents and students. I also look forward to hearing about the student’s experiences after the retreat. In past years, it has always been one of the highlights of the final year of primary school.


Congratulations to the founders of Orange Sky Laundry, Lucas Patchett and Nicholas Marchesi, who received the Young Australians of the Year Award at last week's Australia Day Awards. Their mission statement reads: "To provide a vehicle for conversations, opportunities and education through a free mobile laundry service for the homeless, worldwide". Last year Lucas and Nicholas visited our students with one of their laundry vans to speak about their work with the homeless. Our school raised $1,000 as part of a Catholic Schools across the Archdiocese push to raise $70,000 to purchase and outfit a new van. This goal was achieved and a new van was purchased. It was great to see the recognition given to Lucas and Nicholas through the Australia Day Awards.


School Banking will begin this year in Week Three due to the Senior Swimming Carnival. Students should bring banking into school on Monday 8th February. Please ensure that you have written your child’s 2016 class on the front cover before banking for the first time this year! For those new to School Banking, we have included a brief explanation of how it operates.

School Banking is handed into class teachers on Mondays. All details (including name, account number and deposit amount) need to be completed. Each time a child makes a deposit at school, they will earn a sticker on their reward chart. When a child has ten stickers they may claim a banking reward.

Early in the year students will be issued with a School Banking Information Pack. This pack contains reward coupons that enable your child to select the reward they would like to claim. Simply fill in the appropriate reward coupon and send it in with banking.

We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about School Banking; just pop a note in with your child’s banking!

On Tuesday 16th February there will be a new "account-opening" morning, at school from 8am, for anyone who has not yet opened an account for their child but would like to do so. More details to come! 


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 Diary Dates

2nd February
6.30pm Year 1 Parent Night
7.30pm Year 2 Parent Night

3rd February
Tuckshop begins
2.15pm Senior Assembly
6.30pm Year 6 Parent Night
7.30pm Year 5 Parent Night
4th February
2.15pm Junior Assembly
5th February
Year 6 Leadership Day

8th February
School Banking begins

9th February
Small Choir to St Stephen's Cathedral
7.30pm Parish Finance Council Meeting

10th February
Ash Wednesday
7.30pm P&F Meeting

11th February
Commonwealth Bank Visit

12th February
7pm Prep Wine & Cheese Night