On Tuesday 16 February the Primary Campus celebrated the Italian festival of Carnevale!
Students engaged in a parade in Founder’s Hall, displaying their masks and the event concluded with the Carnevale Ale song!
Carnevale is linked to religious traditions in the Catholic Church and for centuries has been a pre- Lenten celebration. The name Carnevale is said to derive from the words carne and vale meaning to ‘get rid of meat’. Lent is a time of prayer and reflection.
Please enjoy the photos form our morning parade, you may recognise your son or daughter!
YEAR 6 LEADERSHIP MASS
In Week 2 the Primary Campus held their Year 6 Leadership Mass where Year 6 students received their “Class of 2021” commemorative polo shirts. The back of these shirts list the names of every student in the Year 6 cohort. This is an exciting event for the oldest boys at the Primary Campus as they are in their final year at Beverley. Congratulations to our Year 6 students, we know they will wear their new polo shirts with pride!
We also acknowledged and presented our successful applicants for our Faith, Service and Community Leaders. Each student has received a badge and will be active in supporting the College in a variety of ways throughout this year.
Our Faith, Service and Community Leaders for 2021 are:
Frank Piscioneri (6B)
Harry Scholes (6M)
Blake Scott (6M)
Matthew Choimes (6M)
Emmanuel Thessalonikeous (6M)
Mr Nathan Rose, Primary Coordinator & Year 6 Teacher
EXTEND – BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE
Extend now offers a before school care program at the Primary Campus. For more information please click the link below.Extend before & after school care