St Scholastica's Primary School

The school motto – To Live, To Learn, To Love.

Operating as usual

10/06/2021

Annnnnnnd we're back !! 💙💛💙
#backtoschool #stschols #stscholasticas #lockdown

Annnnnnnd we're back !! 💙💛💙
#backtoschool #stschols #stscholasticas #lockdown

09/06/2021

**5 minute craft** - DIY Caterpillar 🐛🐛🐛

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
-Scissors
-Stapler
-Glue
-Construction paper (green, red, and black)
-Googly eyes

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Cut Strips of green Paper into five or six strips of the same size.
2. Cut one strip of red construction paper the same size as the green strips. This red strip will be the head of your caterpillar
3. Make Your Caterpillar's Body (like a paper chain!)
-Create a circle with one green strip of construction paper and staple the ends together.
-Next, thread another strip through the circle you just created and staple it together in a circle shape just as you did the last one.
-Continue until you have a chain of green circles stapled together.
-Attach the red strip of construction paper last and staple the ends.
4. Cut Out Your Caterpillar's Face
-Cut out a triangle for the mouth using black construction paper.
-Use the black construction paper to also cut out two skinny ovals, each about 2cm long for the antennae.
5. Glue on the Face
Glue the mouth, antennae, and googly eyes onto the red construction paper head!

Done! If you decide to make a paper chain hungry caterpillar, please post a photo down below so we can have a look!
🐛🐛🐛🐛

**5 minute craft** - DIY Caterpillar 🐛🐛🐛

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
-Scissors
-Stapler
-Glue
-Construction paper (green, red, and black)
-Googly eyes

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Cut Strips of green Paper into five or six strips of the same size.
2. Cut one strip of red construction paper the same size as the green strips. This red strip will be the head of your caterpillar
3. Make Your Caterpillar's Body (like a paper chain!)
-Create a circle with one green strip of construction paper and staple the ends together.
-Next, thread another strip through the circle you just created and staple it together in a circle shape just as you did the last one.
-Continue until you have a chain of green circles stapled together.
-Attach the red strip of construction paper last and staple the ends.
4. Cut Out Your Caterpillar's Face
-Cut out a triangle for the mouth using black construction paper.
-Use the black construction paper to also cut out two skinny ovals, each about 2cm long for the antennae.
5. Glue on the Face
Glue the mouth, antennae, and googly eyes onto the red construction paper head!

Done! If you decide to make a paper chain hungry caterpillar, please post a photo down below so we can have a look!
🐛🐛🐛🐛

08/06/2021

Take a look at Prep CD's reading responses to Harry the Dirty Dog! They were so fantastic, we had to turn them into a video!😄😁

04/06/2021

Covid shouldn't stop your child from enrolling into Prep in 2022!! 🥰

We have virtual tours available! Please call 03 9808 7279 or email [email protected] to book your very own personal virtual tour with our Principal Jenny Rohan! 📞📞📞

#enrolment #prepenrolment #catholicschool #primaryschool #enrolnow #burwoodprimaryschools #catholic #prep

Covid shouldn't stop your child from enrolling into Prep in 2022!! 🥰

We have virtual tours available! Please call 03 9808 7279 or email [email protected] to book your very own personal virtual tour with our Principal Jenny Rohan! 📞📞📞

#enrolment #prepenrolment #catholicschool #primaryschool #enrolnow #burwoodprimaryschools #catholic #prep

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 04/06/2021

Covid isn't going to stop our learning!!🤩
Thank you to all of our parents at St. Schol's for all of your support during online learning! ❤ Take a look at what we've been up to learning from home!

Learning Intention:
-We are learning to subtract.

Success Criteria:
-I can count back to find the answer.
-I can use a numberline to count backwards.

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 03/06/2021

*HOW TO MAKE A SOCK BUNNY AT HOME* ✂️🐰

What you will need:
-Uncooked rice
-Ribbon
-Black marker
-Coloured socks
-Rubber bands
-Scissors
-------------------------------------------------------
Step 1 - Poor the rice into the sock
Step 2 - Take the rubber band and tie the top close
Step 3 - To make the head and body shape, take another rubber band and tie it between the head and the body.
Step 4 - Use another rubber band and make the bunny tail.
Step 5 - To make the ears, cut any excess sock so that there is a couple of inches for the ears. If you want floppy ears that flop down,then leave them a bit longer.
Step 6 - Once the excess is gone, cut the top portion down the middle.
Step 7 - Using a marker, draw on a bunny ear shape. Take your scissors and cut along the marker line. Once done, your bunny ears should stand up straight (or flop down if you want floppy ears)
Step 8 - Use the Sharpie to draw the bunny eyes and nose. To make the eyes, simply color in two dots with the marker
Step 9 - To make the nose, draw an “x” shape. Super Easy!
Step 10 - This part is optional but it really adds a nice decorative touch to your bunny craft. Cut a long enough piece of ribbon and tie a bow around the bunnies neck.

DONE !!🐰🐰

Please post a photo of your bunny on this thread if you've made one at home, we'd love to see!! 🥰

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 31/05/2021

Back to online learning at St. Schol's...We have the best teachers! 🥰📚

26/05/2021

👣 Today is National Sorry Day – a day we acknowledge the strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people forcibly removed from their families and communities, both past and present. ❤️💛🖤 #nationalsorryday #sorryday

👣 Today is National Sorry Day – a day we acknowledge the strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people forcibly removed from their families and communities, both past and present. ❤️💛🖤 #nationalsorryday #sorryday

25/05/2021

Face masks have made a return 😷

24/05/2021

St. Scholastica's appreciates the work of our armed services.

Thank you for all that you do ❤️🥰

#raisingawareness #anzac2021 #fundraising #stscholasticas

St. Scholastica's appreciates the work of our armed services.

Thank you for all that you do ❤️🥰

#raisingawareness #anzac2021 #fundraising #stscholasticas

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 24/05/2021

I spy our 3/4Q scientists in action ! 👀🔎🧪🧫

24/05/2021

💛 OPEN DAYS 2021 💙
St Scholastica’s Primary School Burwood

Come and see us in action !!

**Please note If you cannot make these days, feel free to contact us on 9808 7279 to arrange a time convenient to you**

💛 OPEN DAYS 2021 💙
St Scholastica’s Primary School Burwood

Come and see us in action !!

**Please note If you cannot make these days, feel free to contact us on 9808 7279 to arrange a time convenient to you**

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 18/05/2021

🔍 🧪 SCIENCE WEEK 🔬🧬

Lots of fun today with the Deakin University, Melbourne Burwood Campus students! Check out what we've been up to! 👀 📸

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 14/05/2021

What a beautiful morning to walk to school 🌞🍃

All children who took part in walk safely to school day were greeted with a healthy snack upon entry into school! 🍿🥤

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 13/05/2021

Having lots of fun doing STEM in 1/2H !! 🙃🧠

12/05/2021

Tomorrow is National Walk Safely to School day! 🚶‍♀️🚶😁

Tomorrow is National Walk Safely to School day. Leave the car at home and walk with your children to school. Enjoy this time together without the distraction of driving. If you are driving take care in school precincts and support those children and families walking to and from school. #WSTSD #THINKROADSAFETY

11/05/2021

MOTHERS DAY 2021 AT ST. SCHOLASTICA'S 💟💐

Photos from St Scholastica's Primary School's post 10/05/2021

Our Grade 6's helping the grade 1/2 students plant veggies in the veggie patch! 🌱🌿🍀

Not long until we have a full blooming vegetable garden! 😍

Did you know : Gardening promotes healthy eating! 🥬🍅🍓

07/05/2021

Wishing our Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunties and Special Friends a Happy Mothers Day for this Sunday ! May you be truly spoilt by all those from within the household! 🥰💝🎁💌

Wishing our Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunties and Special Friends a Happy Mothers Day for this Sunday ! May you be truly spoilt by all those from within the household! 🥰💝🎁💌

06/05/2021

Today we had our Mothers Day Stall! 🎁💕

There were so many goodies to choose from to give to our Mums, Grandmothers, Aunties and Special Friends on Mothers Day! 💐🕯️👩‍👩‍👧

Today we had our Mothers Day Stall! 🎁💕

There were so many goodies to choose from to give to our Mums, Grandmothers, Aunties and Special Friends on Mothers Day! 💐🕯️👩‍👩‍👧

03/05/2021

With Mothers Day this Sunday, we have found a great use for your old crayons! 🖍🖍🖍
Get crafty and create a colorful candle for Mum! The best part is choosing which colors she’ll love most! 🕯

WHAT YOU WILL NEED: 👇
-453g of Wax
-A candlewick
-A glass jar
-A scented oil of your choice
-Crayons!!

INSTRUCTIONS: 👇
1. To color the wax for these candles, it’s best if you can grate or chop the crayons in to the smallest pieces possible.

2. Fill a pot with about 1-2 inches of water and bring to a slow simmer. Add the wax to the pot and allow the wax to melt until clear. Use an old spatula to help stir.

3. Once the wax is melted, turn the burner down to low. You want to keep the wax warm. Work one color at a time. Pour hot wax in to the glass jar. Use a craft stick to stir and allow the crayon to melt.

4. Add your essential oils if you want to have a scented candle (You can use 1 drop of lavender oil per layer for example).

5. Place a wick in the jar and then carefully pour the wax in to the jar. You can twist the wick around a pencil to help keep it straight.

6. Once you’ve poured a coloured layer, put it in the fridge to set. If you use soy wax, this will take a bit (regular wax sets faster). When the layer is cool and firm, start again with the next crayon and the next layer. Continue on until you run out of room for layers!

7. Once the last layer is set, your candle is ready to give to mum and burn! 😄🥰

With Mothers Day this Sunday, we have found a great use for your old crayons! 🖍🖍🖍
Get crafty and create a colorful candle for Mum! The best part is choosing which colors she’ll love most! 🕯

WHAT YOU WILL NEED: 👇
-453g of Wax
-A candlewick
-A glass jar
-A scented oil of your choice
-Crayons!!

INSTRUCTIONS: 👇
1. To color the wax for these candles, it’s best if you can grate or chop the crayons in to the smallest pieces possible.

2. Fill a pot with about 1-2 inches of water and bring to a slow simmer. Add the wax to the pot and allow the wax to melt until clear. Use an old spatula to help stir.

3. Once the wax is melted, turn the burner down to low. You want to keep the wax warm. Work one color at a time. Pour hot wax in to the glass jar. Use a craft stick to stir and allow the crayon to melt.

4. Add your essential oils if you want to have a scented candle (You can use 1 drop of lavender oil per layer for example).

5. Place a wick in the jar and then carefully pour the wax in to the jar. You can twist the wick around a pencil to help keep it straight.

6. Once you’ve poured a coloured layer, put it in the fridge to set. If you use soy wax, this will take a bit (regular wax sets faster). When the layer is cool and firm, start again with the next crayon and the next layer. Continue on until you run out of room for layers!

7. Once the last layer is set, your candle is ready to give to mum and burn! 😄🥰

03/05/2021

*** PREP ENROLMENTS & OPEN DAYS!!! ***

4 - 8 Starling Street, Burwood
Wednesday 5th May - ALL DAY
Tuesday 18th May - ALL DAY
Come and visit our fantastic school and meet our wonderful, dedicated and experienced teachers!
We accept ALL religions, gender and race!

Tours and enquiries can be made by contacting our office directly, details below:
T: 9808 7279
E: [email protected]

*** PREP ENROLMENTS & OPEN DAYS!!! ***

4 - 8 Starling Street, Burwood
Wednesday 5th May - ALL DAY
Tuesday 18th May - ALL DAY
Come and visit our fantastic school and meet our wonderful, dedicated and experienced teachers!
We accept ALL religions, gender and race!

Tours and enquiries can be made by contacting our office directly, details below:
T: 9808 7279
E: [email protected]

How to DIY Your Own Hand Sanitizer 22/03/2021

How to DIY Your Own Hand Sanitizer

Hand Sanitiser- Home made !! 👇 The Quick (Gel) Recipe

o Isopropyl alcohol
o Aloe vera gel
o Tea tree oil
o Mix 3 parts isopropyl alcohol to 1 part aloe vera gel!
o Add a few drops of tea tree oil to give it a pleasant scent!

More home made hand sanitiser recipes 👇
https://www.wired.com/story/how-to-make-hand-sanitizer/

How to DIY Your Own Hand Sanitizer No Purell? No problem! When disinfecting gel sells out everywhere, you can just make some yourself with stuff you (maybe) already have at home.

22/03/2021

Early morning sign language lessons taught by our very own students! 👍👌

Did you know that different countries have their own versions of sign language?! 😄

Early morning sign language lessons taught by our very own students! 👍👌

Did you know that different countries have their own versions of sign language?! 😄

16/03/2021

Today we celebrate St Patrick's Day! ☘️💚💚

St. Patrick’s Day is a day for celebrating and learning about Irish culture! The tradition says wearing green makes you invisible to leprechauns, which like to pinch anyone they can see!! ☘️💚💚

15/03/2021

FRUIT TIME AT ST. SCHOLASTICA'S !! 🍎

Vegetables and fruit provide important vitamins such as vitamin C and folic acid. Fruit provides vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre and many phytonutrients, which help our bodies stay healthy!

Different fruit can help protect our body in different ways, so it’s important to choose a variety of colours every day!

Take a look at our healthy lunchboxes! 🍓🍇🍉🍌

11/03/2021

Our school Leadership team mapping out school improvement plans for the teaching of mathematics with Dr. Simon Breakspear 😃

10/03/2021

Yesterday we sent our 5/6 students off to camp! They were all very excited and are all settled in! We can't wait to see them tomorrow to tell us all about the fun activities they did together! ⛺️

05/03/2021

We've been busy gathering long shelf life foods for the St Vincent de Paul Society! 🥫

Mini Vinnies benefits those facing social injustice. It is about doing good in the community to help others and that's what we are all about at St. Scholastica's, caring for one another. ❣️

28/02/2021

‼️ WE ARE OPEN FOR SCHOOL TOURS ‼️ 🤩

Come and join us on the following days for a tour:
-Monday 15th March
-Friday 26th March
-Wednesday 5th May
-Tuesday 18th May

Make an appointment if these days don't suit by calling 9808 7279 😃

21/02/2021

St Scholastica's Primary School

21/02/2021

St Scholastica's Primary School's cover photo

21/02/2021

1965 v 2019 Netball team at St. Scholastica's!
How times have changed🏐
#overtheyears #change #memories #netball

16/02/2021

Today is Ash Wednesday 🖤

Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Lent period leading up to Easter, when Christians believe Jesus was resurrected.

10/02/2021

Congratulations to all our students, staff and families on a great beginning to the 2021 school year!

Our Prep students have settled in beautifully and everyone is excited to jump into learning!📚📖🖍

Videos (show all)

100 Days of Prep
St. Scholastica's Building Project 2020 - 2021
ENROLMENT for 2021
Welcome back to Term 2 2020 from our St. Scholastica’s School Captains Ava and Jack.
Showcasing some of our school this week!
Today our school community participated in a Paraliturgy for ANZAC DAY. Lest we forget!

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4 - 8 Starling Street Bennettswood
Melbourne, VIC
3125
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