Earlier in the year the children came together for an afternoon of friendship and activities.
Our buddy programme links younger students with older students for support and to broaden their view. This peer support allows the little ones to join in with the big school more confidently.
St Joseph's provides age appropriate play spaces which are well maintained and upgraded. There are many shady areas to be enjoyed in the summer months and an undercover area for rainy days.
Cricket, football, athletics and a variety of other sports are played on the spacious oval while children play netball and basketball on the bitumen courts.
In August the Year Three students celebrated the Sacrament of First Reconciliation.
Our School Chaplain, Father Vittorio, read the story of The Good Shepherd and spoke about the importance of relationships and forgiveness.
St Joseph's has a wide range of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) resources ranging from digital cameras to interactive whiteboards, a well appointed computer lab and a specialist ICT Teacher.
Students tackle a variety of enquiry based learning activities and ICT is integrated into their day. The school's library programme utilises ICT for research and as an adjunct to classroom reading activities.
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School is a dynamic, double stream, co-educational primary school catering for approximately 500 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6. The school is located in the city of Bunbury, approximately 180 km south of Perth in the beautiful rural area of the state’s south-west region.
St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a Christ-centred community, within the Bunbury Parish, which aspires to educate and develop the whole child in a caring, Catholic environment, recognising and respecting the uniqueness, dignity and rights of others.
Catholic Education was first established in Bunbury by the Sisters of Mercy in 1898. Their tradition of faith and service was continued when St Mary's opened in South Bunbury in 1904, and again when the Marist Brothers opened a college for boys in 1954.
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