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St Columba’s Catholic Primary School

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South Perth | Western Australia

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Absentee form

Please inform the school before 8.30am using this form or call +61 (08) 6436 9500.

Tip: Use the same 'From date' and 'To date' if your child is absent for a single day.

Contact School Counsellor

Send a confidential message directly to our School Counsellor, Shona Simpson.

Days: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Canteen
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CANTEEN DAYS

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

PRE-KINDY STUDENTS

Pre-Kindy students attending on Fridays are able to order from Term 2.

Terms and times 2024
SCHOOL TERM DATES 2024

Term 1: Wednesday 31 January - Thursday 28 March

Term 2: Tuesday 16 April - Friday 28 June 

Term 3: Tuesday 16 July - Friday 20 September 

Term 4: Tuesday 8 October - Friday 6 December

PUPIL FREE DATES 2024

Term 1: Monday 29 January, Tuesday 30 January 

Term 2: Monday 15 April, Friday 10 May, Friday 31 May 

Term 3: Monday 15 July

Term 4: Monday 7 October

PRE-PRIMARY TO YEAR 6 TIMES

Drive through before school: 8.35 am - 8.50 am

Classrooms open: 8.35 am

Class begins: 8.50 am

Recess: 10.50 am - 11.10 am

Lunch: 1.10 pm - 1.50 pm

School ends: 3.05 pm

Drive through after school: 3.00 pm - 3.20 pm

KINDERGARTEN DAYS AND TIMES

Kindy Green days: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Kindy White days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Classroom opens: 8.35 am

Class begins: 9.00 am

School ends: 3.00 pm

PRE-KINDY DAYS AND TIMES

Days: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (on your allocated days)

Classroom opens: 8.40 am

Class begins: 9.00 am

School ends: 2.50 pm

Sacramental Programs

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Book a visit – we would love to show you around

All enquiries welcome

Please call us on (08) 6436 9500 or email using the form below.
For enrolment enquiries, please include your child’s date of birth.
Tours are offered on Mondays and Thursdays.
We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas