Students from 3 Red and 3 Green enjoyed engaging in discussion about the purpose of our Beirut Fundraiser and identifying ways we can continue to support those in need.

During our Religion lesson, students wrote thoughtful prayers for the families affected by the Beirut explosion. The prayers were then distributed to our local Lebanese churches in the Hills District Community.

Thank you to our children and families for their support of the People of Beirut Mufti Day held on Friday 28 August. A total of $1,892.25 was raised. The money has been sent to the Caritas Australia Middle East Regional Appeal. Your donation will help provide emergency humanitarian aid to survivors of the Beirut blast.





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St Michael's Catholic Primary Baulkham Hills

St Michael's Catholic Primary Baulkham Hills

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    CAPTIVATE | Remix Project 2024
    Be one of six CSPD students selected to participate in a series of workshops to learn how to create your own remix of a song. You'll be supported by industry professional Nyxen and the CAPTIVATE music team.

    01 Jun 2024

    Mount Druitt Reconciliation Walk
    Help celebrate the meaning of Reconciliation - the building of mutual and respectful relationships between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians. Free food, kids games, stall, performers and more!


  • 21 May 2024

    From Facebook
    5IF and 5W were taking part in a secience experiment to investigate how different beak adaptations of birds help them to find food in specific environments.There was a lot of hustling and bustling, but the students were focused with their tasks being done rotationally. πŸ”πŸ˜€ #science #learningtogether #stmichaels

    20 May 2024

    From Facebook
    The students of 6LM spent their time outside this morning working hard on publishing and editing their writing while enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. We’re so grateful to have such beautiful places around the school grounds where we get to do this.β˜€πŸ˜ #sunshine #learningisfun #stmichaels

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