3NP & 3HS music festival

Good afternoon everyone,

Today we celebrated the instrumental and singing students in our class.  We hosted a music festival along with the instrumental teachers.  We had Mr White and Mr Slater as our special guests. Congratulations to the following students on your performances today:

Meklet – violin

Ezekiel – violin

Ishaan – drums

Joydeep – guitar

Kenny – guitar

Abby – singing

Olivia – singing

Ayda – piano

Rowena – piano

Isaac – piano

The students were so brave to perform in front of their peers, we are very proud of you!  Thank you to all the instrumental teachers who have prepared the students with their lessons and performances.  Here are some videos of the performances today in the classroom.

Kind regards,

Ms Pinneri and Mrs Stam










Dining hall tomorrow (Wednesday)

Good afternoon families,


Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow (Wednesday 10th June) we will be having our second dining hall lunch as a class group this term, provided by the canteen.  Children in our classes will not need to bring lunch to school tomorrow.  

Also, we have purchased brand new reusable plastic plates and cutlery for our students, therefore families will not need to worry about bringing in your own.

Looking forward to lunch with our classes tomorrow!


Ms Pinneri, Mrs Stam and Ms Gray

Autumn art with Miss Gray

On Friday we were very lucky to have Miss Gray teach us an art lesson using leaves.  Thank you to TJ and Talyn who collected some leaves outside earlier in the week before the rain came.  We learned about different elements of art including warm and cool colours, contour lines and enlargement.  We used oil pastels and water colours to make our masterpieces! An engaging and fun lesson, check out out success below.

Dining hall tomorrow (Wednesday)

Dear families,

A reminder that our dining hall lunch will be supplied by our canteen tomorrow, Wednesday 20th May.  Students do not need to bring lunch from home tomorrow but we ask that each child brings their own reusable plate and fork.  We look forward to sharing lunch with our classes tomorrow.

Kind regards,

Ms Pinneri and Mrs Stam

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Welcome Chloe Gray

Dear families,

This week we welcome Miss Chloe Gray to our classes.  Chloe is a 3rd year student studying a Bachelor of Education at UniSA and also an old scholar of Holy Family.  She will be in our class as a part of her placement for the next 5 weeks.  We look forward to working with Chloe and learning a lot from her this term.

Kind regards,

Ms Pinneri and Mrs Stam

Week 2 reflection

Last week we showed bravery and changed where we usually sit in the class room.  We are opening our friendship circles so that we can get to know new people this term.

In Maths we discovered analogue and digital clocks, with particular attention to o’clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to the hour.

During our library time we read the book ‘I want to be a Rock Star’.  This exposed us to styles of music of the past.  This has influenced us to explore and listen to these different styles and we are in the process of creating a 1950s-1990s music playlist.

Our PMD (play make do) session was also a success!  Students took part in activities of their choice and interacted with children who they don’t usually play with.


Mother’s Day gifts @ HFCS

Dear families,

This Sunday 10th May is Mother’s Day.  We have a few options for gifts this year at Holy Family.  We have an online shop (until this Thursday 7th May 2pm) available through the Qkr! App and a chance for students to purchase a gift from the Mother’s Day stall (cash only) on Friday 8th MayThere is also a Mother’s Day raffle available (tickets to be purchased online). We wish all the mums a lovely day on Sunday!

Kind regards,

Ms Pinneri and Mrs Stam

Week 1 highlights

We welcomed our students back last week after a refreshing break.  We had a busy week full of learning and fun!

Literacy – past, present and future tense / what is an exposition?

Maths – time

Religion – parables of Jesus

Health – learning about our own character strengths / what does it mean to keep safe?

HASS – why do we celebrate Anzac Day?

We also baked some Anzac biscuits and spent some time being active when the sun came out briefly! Congratulations to our 3 stars of the week – Calvin, Abby and Kayden for showing our class values of being brave, being kind and being awesome!