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2021 Family Mass

Thank you to all the families and community members who celebrated the whole school family mass and farewell to our Assistant Principal Mrs Cividin, last Sunday 16th May. We are very grateful for your support. Below are a few photos of the mass and student work samples that were displayed in the hall for you to view. The teachers and students worked very hard to ensure all students had a work sample up to share with you.

OLOL Virtual Tour

Click here on the image to see a Virtual Tour of OLOL Seven Hills. We're all about learning at Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School. We put safety first and focus on student wellbeing.

2020 Welcome Back to Term 2

Today there was a special welcome back for students as they walked through the gate with a large sign, balloons and bubbles! It is wonderful to have the whole school community back together again after a long time at home. We also had our first whole school Assembly via Zoom and watched a special thank you movie from the Staff to the wonderful Parents and Students for their support during this time. You can see the video on our Parent Portal Page. Click on this story to get the link. Please visit our gallery by clicking here to see the photos of the children's happy faces as they begin their official return back to school.

2020 Gradual Return for Students

We continue Term 2 with our new normal. It has been great to see so many of our students gradually returning to school and parents and students alike following the new guidelines. We are now looking forward to having all our students return next Monday.

2019 Principal Morning Tea Semester 1

This morning Mrs Cividin, along with the other members of the Leadership Team, had the pleasure of serving many of our students at the Principal’s Morning Tea. These students achieved a commendable effort grade for all Key Learning Areas in their Semester 2 report. The students enjoyed the experience of being served by the leadership team and they certainly enjoyed serving them!

2019 FIAT Term 2

Faith in Action Presentation: This term, as a part of our school Mission Goal, each grade has had the opportunity to unpack the scripture passage John 13:34-35. Not only have the students been able to identify the key message of the passage but they have also been able to reflect the message through their actions. After Recess on Friday June 28, each grade will be presenting their response to the whole school. The children who are a part of our Faith In Action team (FIAT) will be leading this presentation with Miss Sharleen Espiritu (our FIAT leader). Everyone is warmly invited to this presentation to witness how each grade has responded to this Scripture.

2019 Stage 2 Big Dig Excursions

Stage 2 students from OLOL went to The Big Dig in Week 4 of Term 2. They worked as archaeologists to excavate artefacts from the simulated archaeological dig, then used their investigative skills to discover what life was really like for the convicts and early settlers who lived in The Rocks during the 1800s. Below are a few photos of our experience. Read more...

2019 Stage 3 Bathurst Camp

In Week 1 of Term 2 on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Stage 3, their teachers and some parents travelled to Hill End. The camp served as an entry event for the History and Geography Project Based Learning Unit - “The people that shape a nation”. We visited the Scenic Railway at Echo Point, Little Hartley Court House, the historic township of Hill End and the Jenolan Caves. Along the way we saw evidence of early settlers and heard stories about life in the 1800’s. It was both an interesting and fun trip. See the photos in the Gallery.

2019 Makey Makeys at OLOL

In Term 1 this year in Creative Arts lessons, students in Year 2-6 have been exploring coding and being creative with the Makey-Makey tool. It's been very exciting learning how to apply this new form of technology to projects. Year 2 created interactive artworks, Years 3-6 had the option of making a musical instrument, game controller or dance board. The older students even used the coding program Scratch to create their own games! It was an amazing experience and we look forward to exploring this again soon. Clare Willemse.

2019 Project Compassion Day

On Monday 1st April each grade participated in Ks for Caritas for Project Compassion Day. Each grade completed an obstacle course to experience the kilometres people from around the world would cover to fetch water, food or go to school to provide for their needs. For example, one of the stations involved the students walking a beanbag on their head from one end of the basketball to experience what it could have been like to bring water to a family. It was a successful but a rewarding day as the students were able to reflect on the difficulties that people have around the world experience for their everyday life. Read more...