In 2018, we are focused on achieving our learning goals in the areas of flexible learning spaces, assessing effectively to improve teaching and learning outcomes and building stronger community partnerships. We encourage you to book an appointment with our Principal, Tony Hunter, Assistant Principal, Jan Condon or a member of our passionate and committed staff to discuss the learning opportunities and faith formation of students in our Kyogle community.
As we come to gather we acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We commit ourselves to actively working alongside Aboriginal people for reconciliation and justice
In January, the Principal from St Brigid’s Kyogle, Tony Hunter and his wife Helen will be taking part in the Diocesan Philippines Immersion ‘Empowering Daughters’ which is a programme that St Brigid’s teacher Laura Hughes undertook last year. This involves living and working with families in Manila who have been supported by Fr Nonong and the people from Adamson University. (more…)
Batch 2 of Boomerang Bags from St. B’s
A second batch of Boomerang Bags from Stage 3 students at St Brigid’s Kyogle have hit the streets this week.
After the success of our first batch earlier in the year, 20 bags have been donated this week to our school library who are always looking for bags and once again to Kay at local Kyogle business Gateway Office Supplies, who had run out and was looking forward to receiving a new shipment.
The third batch should be out by the end of the year.
It was a #sab-BOT-age!
On Saturday 17th November, 19 students from Stage 2 and Stage 3 at St Brigid’s Kyogle were part of 2 teams, called #sab-BOT-age, that participated in the FIRST Lego League Competition in Ballina. The competition drew in teams from schools from throughout the Northern Rivers and Gold Coast regions.
This year’s theme was ‘Into Orbit’. (more…)