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09 December, 2019
Music Assembly and Talent Quest
It has been wonderful to see all of our students taking part in Music Assembly and Talent Quest on Thursday, 5 December 2019.  Our school is really filled with many talented students (and staff).  We enjoyed watching many performances and laughed along with the humorous acts. What stood out was how comfortable the students felt when they were performing in front of their peers and teachers. The welcoming environment created by our community does support our students in many ways. Every act received positive feedback from the audience. Congratulations to all involved and thanks Mrs Markham for organising this event again.
02 December, 2019
Grandparents/Special Friends and Multicultural Day
  On Wednesday 27th November, we hosted our annual Grandparents/Special Friends and Multicultural Day. This was a great success and included a classroom visit, multicultural dancing and morning tea. This day is an opportunity to celebrate the fact that our school is enriched by families from many different cultural backgrounds. We also acknowledge the support that our grandparents, parents , family and friends provide for our students. It was again great to see so many of these people attend and share some special time with our school community.  Thanks to those who brought in some yummy food to share and to those who helped clean up after the event.   Some of our special friends joined in with the multicultural dancing. The Japanese Coal Miners Dance.   Some of our grandparents and special friends share their experience of school. The morning tea was enjoyed by all. Lots of yummy food.
29 November, 2019
Twilight Sports 2019
Over the last week we have seen our community come together and share some special moments. Congratulations to all students for their wonderful participation in the Twilight Sports on Friday night, 22nd November. This year we held the event at school and included  some fun type of activities that included inflatable obstacle courses. We were blessed with a perfect evening to enjoy watching our students compete against each other in a variety of running and novelty events. Well done to Gold House who were the overall winners on the night. It was wonderful to see all students showing great sportsmanship and teamwork throughout the evening. The winners of the Years 5/6, 800m Gift race were Christo Sojin  and Guunkar Gill. A big thanks to our staff for assisting to run the event. Their performance in the Tug of War against the parents was a highlight and it was obvious that their skills and strength were again too much for parents to handle! Thanks to those parents that volunteered to sell cold drinks and pizza on the night.  Mrs King once again did a tremendous job preparing the students for their events as well as planning and running the night. Thanks Mrs King!  
25 November, 2019
New Enrolment Policy for Emmaus College – effective for year 7 2022
Emmaus College has amended its Enrolment Policy after consultation with its Canonical Administrators, Regional Primary Principals and Catholic Education Melbourne. The new policy has been approved by the Arcbishop of Melbourne. This amended policy is effective for the Year 7 enrolment period of 2022 and beyond. The major change to the Emmaus Enrolment Policy is that Non-Catholic children residing in a priority parish and attending a Catholic school will now be considered ahead of Catholic children residing in a priority parish and attending a government or independent school. Please click the link below to view the new enrolment policy: New Enrolment Policy for Emmaus College
09 December, 2019
Music Assembly and Talent Quest
It has been wonderful to see all of our students taking part in Music Assembly and Talent Quest on Thursday, 5 December 2019.  Our school is really filled with many talented students (and staff).  We enjoyed watching many performances and laughed along with the humorous acts. What stood out was how comfortable the students felt when they were performing in front of their peers and teachers. The welcoming environment created by our community does support our students in many ways. Every act received positive feedback from the audience. Congratulations to all involved and thanks Mrs Markham for organising this event again.
02 December, 2019
Grandparents/Special Friends and Multicultural Day
  On Wednesday 27th November, we hosted our annual Grandparents/Special Friends and Multicultural Day. This was a great success and included a classroom visit, multicultural dancing and morning tea. This day is an opportunity to celebrate the fact that our school is enriched by families from many different cultural backgrounds. We also acknowledge the support that our grandparents, parents , family and friends provide for our students. It was again great to see so many of these people attend and share some special time with our school community.  Thanks to those who brought in some yummy food to share and to those who helped clean up after the event.   Some of our special friends joined in with the multicultural dancing. The Japanese Coal Miners Dance.   Some of our grandparents and special friends share their experience of school. The morning tea was enjoyed by all. Lots of yummy food.
29 November, 2019
Twilight Sports 2019
Over the last week we have seen our community come together and share some special moments. Congratulations to all students for their wonderful participation in the Twilight Sports on Friday night, 22nd November. This year we held the event at school and included  some fun type of activities that included inflatable obstacle courses. We were blessed with a perfect evening to enjoy watching our students compete against each other in a variety of running and novelty events. Well done to Gold House who were the overall winners on the night. It was wonderful to see all students showing great sportsmanship and teamwork throughout the evening. The winners of the Years 5/6, 800m Gift race were Christo Sojin  and Guunkar Gill. A big thanks to our staff for assisting to run the event. Their performance in the Tug of War against the parents was a highlight and it was obvious that their skills and strength were again too much for parents to handle! Thanks to those parents that volunteered to sell cold drinks and pizza on the night.  Mrs King once again did a tremendous job preparing the students for their events as well as planning and running the night. Thanks Mrs King!  
25 November, 2019
New Enrolment Policy for Emmaus College – effective for year 7 2022
Emmaus College has amended its Enrolment Policy after consultation with its Canonical Administrators, Regional Primary Principals and Catholic Education Melbourne. The new policy has been approved by the Arcbishop of Melbourne. This amended policy is effective for the Year 7 enrolment period of 2022 and beyond. The major change to the Emmaus Enrolment Policy is that Non-Catholic children residing in a priority parish and attending a Catholic school will now be considered ahead of Catholic children residing in a priority parish and attending a government or independent school. Please click the link below to view the new enrolment policy: New Enrolment Policy for Emmaus College
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09 Dec
5/6 Bike Ride
December 09, 2019 - 9:00 am
St. Christopher's Primary School, Glen Waverley
10 Dec
Italian Day
December 10, 2019 - 9:00 am
St. Christopher's Primary School, Glen Waverley
11 Dec
Thanksgiving Mass
December 11, 2019 - 9:15 am
St. Christopher's Church, Glen Waverley
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