St Munchin’s

Catholic Primary School

Reflect the life and love of Christ for His people

1 Isdell Place
Gosnells WA 6110
PO Box 172
(08) 9234 7555

Our Vision

St Munchin’s Catholic School aspires to reflect the life and love of Christ for His people.

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We trust that your association with the school will be both happy and rewarding. The time your child will spend in primary education is a most significant period in your child’s life and in the life of your family.

St. Munchin’s Gosnells recognises the unique contribution made by parents to the life of the school and to the learning of the children. Education today demands parents are seen as partners and active contributors in the task of enabling children to reach their full potential.

Our mission is to proclaim and witness the Gospel in a Catholic environment. We aim to integrate these values into the entire curriculum and life of the school. Our school motto, ‘Follow Truth’, helps us to focus on what is truly important to us at St Munchin’s. The learning programme which is offered at our school attempts to address the needs of all students and aims to provide the broadest range of educational experiences so that every person can enjoy challenge, achievement and success.

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Latest News

Latest Newsletter
Term Three, Week 3 - 8 August 2019

Learning Journey/Book Fair
This term we invite you to join us on Tuesday 3rd September for the Student Learning Journey. This is a wonderful opportunity for our community to spend time with the students in their classrooms, where the students and the teachers will highlight and outline some of the learning opportunities and experiences so far.
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Bishops’ Religious Literacy Assessment for Year 3 and Year 5
The Bishops’ Literacy Assessment for Year 3 and 5 is taking place this week. Year 5 completed the assessment on Wednesday 7th August and Year 3 will complete their assessment on Friday 9th August. The BRLA does not assess a student’s faith.
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NAIDOC Celebrations Wednesday 14th August
On Wednesday 14th August the school will be celebrating NAIDOC week which was officially celebrated during the July school holidays. Between recess and lunch, Pre-Primary to Year 5 will be rotating through stations, which will be run by Year 6 students.
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Latest Correspondence

School Shoes
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Enrolments for 4-year-old Kindergarten 2020
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2019 Term Dates
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Important Dates

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