School Sports Day 2019

What a terrific day! The day was most memorable for the camaraderie, teamwork and great ‘spirit’ that shone through the children, staff and parents as they participated in the day. There were smiling faces, hugs, cheers and lots of encouragement towards one another to be seen all through the day. It is wonderful to […]

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No Waste Wednesdays!

Keen to compost your kitchen food waste but don’t have a bin at home? Bring it to school and we will make it into beautiful compost on ‘No Waste Wednesday!’ When: Every Wednesday morning before school from 8.30am. Where: Collection will be at the chairs and tables near the school […]

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Eco Warriors now social media stars!

Five of our fabulous eco warriors have been featured on the City of Port Phillip Facebook page – with 98 likes, 5 shares and counting! The post said: “These EcoWarriors from St Columbas Primary School in Elwood have been taking action to improve the health of Port Phillip Bay. They […]

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Our Climate Change Choir stars shine for the school

Check out our Climate Change Choir superstars performing for everyone at assembly following their fabulous debut at the Resource Smart School Awards. The video of the performance can be accessed from the following link:

MP applause for our excellent eco efforts

St Columba’s eco achievements were applauded last month by our state and federal local members. According to Hansard (Wednesday 19 June), the Member for Brighton, James Newbury MP, very kindly said in Parliament: “St Columba’s Catholic Primary School is a special school in my community. The school, ably led by […]

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A busy year for the Bay!

At the end of the financial year, we submitted our report for the second year of funding for the Port Phillip Bay Fund Operation STEAM Clean the Bay (Science, tech, Engineering, Arts, Maths). A quick snapshot of our incredibly busy 12 months: We achieved 5 stunning stars! We completed our […]

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Taking 3 for the Sea

We celebrated the last day of term by taking “three for the sea”! Every child was encouraged to collect 3 pieces of rubbish on their way to school and place them in the designated bins when they arrived at the gate. And what a haul we got! On behalf of […]

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