A Word from Our Principal Renae

Loving God, Open our hearts and help us to find moments of stillness, that we might hear your voice. May we be eager to hear what you have to say to each of us through your written word and in the depths of our hearts. Help us to listen even when it is challenging and not what we want to hear. We ask this through Christ our Lord,


Dear Families,

As we enter our third week of Lent we focus on what we are called to do in this season of hope.  With renewed vigor, let us focus on on the three pillars of Lent: prayer (justice toward God) fasting (justice toward self) almsgiving (justice toward neighbours).

It has been wonderful over the past weeks to share with you the developments of Mary Queen of Heaven, both physically and culturally.  Many of you have commented on the improvements to our external spaces with our street scape really coming along, ensuring our school looks appealing and is a happy and safe space to be.  The line parking for our staff car park and the netball courts is due to happen next week.

Much has been happening and developing within the walls of Mary Queen of Heaven.  Our classes are settled and now working to a routine.  Many friendships have been made and systems and processes are really taking shape.

We are waiting on the installation of a children’s crossing in the French Road and in Hillview, the council report that this is due to be installed in the school holidays.  In the meantime, PLEASE ensure you practice road safety with your children and hold their hands as they cross the roads.  The opening of the Hillview Rd gate has helped with traffic flow in the morning and afternoons, we thank all of you for using the spaces carefully and safely.


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