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18th October
Ravenshoe C&K visit Prep


21st October

Pupil Free Day


24th October

Ravenshoe SHS Transition Day


25th October

World Teacher's Day


1st November

MSB Transition Day


4th November

Prep visit Ravenshoe Kindergarten


12th November

Year 5 Leadership Day


15th November

Ravenshoe C&K visit Prep
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Year 6 Reflection Day at
Woodleigh Station


19th November

St Teresa's Choir on Tour (Atherton)


20th November

Mt Garnet Swimming Carnival
ages 10-12


22nd November

Billy Slater League Tag (Year 6)


2nd December
Ravenshoe SHS Transition Day


3rd December

Year 6 Thanksgiving

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Sacred Singing  Thursdays 12.30pm

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St Teresa's Ravenshoe is a Catholic primary school catering for boys and girls from Prep to Year 6. At 920 metres above sea level, Ravenshoe is Queensland's highest town and is situated 147 kms south west of Cairns. It is surrounded by World Heritage listed rainforest and boasts distinctly beautiful wildlife, birds and many tourist attractions.

St Teresa's has an enrolment of 81 students and a staff of 20.

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Term 4 looks set to be a busy and exciting one, as we head towards the end of the year with all the preparations and celebrations that this time of the school year entails. One of the most exciting events on our calendar this term is of course the Torimba festival. Our teachers, school officers and students are busy getting ready for the parade on Saturday, organising costumes and planning decorations for the float. The Torimba Ball will be held at St Teresa’s this year, which we are honoured to host. It sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun!

Some important dates to put in your diary for this term:

  • Prep Transition starts on Wednesday 16th October, when we welcome our new Prep students for 2020. Children will come along with their parents for four morning sessions to meet the teachers and learn a little about what life is like at St Teresa’s. This is also a wonderful opportunity for our school community to get to know new families joining our school family(see our newsletter and Facebook page for more details).
  • Transition to High School sessions at Ravenshoe State High School and Mount Saint Bernards (MSB) will take place this term.
  • Ravenshoe C&K will be visiting our Prep classroom twice this term to enjoy some fun activities and share a morning tea (Friday 18th October and Friday 15th November).
  • Our fabulous Year 4s and 5 students will be taking part in our ‘Read Aloud Project’ with Ravenshoe Kindy this term. Students will regularly visit the Kindy to read to the children, encouraging a love of reading and getting to know our older students.
  • Our Preps will be visiting the Ravenshoe Kindergarten this term too, with plenty of fun activities planned for the children to enjoy (Thursday 17th October and Thursday 14th November).

TORIMBA FESTIVAL

  • The Torimba Festival runs until 20th October with a host of activities for all to enjoy. Check out the official website for details. The culmination of the festival is the Torimba Ball, which will be held at St Teresa’s this year. This is a fun night for locals to don their best outfits and enjoy some good food, great company, live music and dancing!
  • Torimba Parade - Well done St. Teresa’s. We received a First Place for our float in the Torimba Parade. Thank you to all the supporters who helped to assemble the float on Saturday morning. There were about 40 students who turned up to be on our awesome float. All the effort was certainly worth it, as you view the photo gallery in our latest newsletter you can see our float was very colourful. It is so important to take part in these community events and showcase our fabulous school.

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