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From staying connected with mates to enjoying life's little pleasures, listen to what the 2020 HSC experience has been like for these Year 12 students.

Check out more #StayHealthyHSC tips and resources on education.nsw.gov.au/stay-healthy-HSC.
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All Saints Primary School, Tumbarumba recently received a very generous donation after students and staff from schools and offices in Brisbane Catholic Education fundraised to help with the #bushfire recovery. 🙏👍 ... See MoreSee Less

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So beautiful a school that gave me so much as a kid. I felt proud of the tiny community watching this as an ex student of All Saints become teacher in Melbourne. Thank you to those who gave a donation.

So wonderful that another Diocese who doesn’t know the dedicated staff and beautiful students of All Saints Tumbarumba, could do something so heartfelt and meaningful for this local school community. Thank you Brisbane Diocese A tremendous kind gesture

It’s so humbling to know that there is still love and kindness being sent to those families whom were affected by the fires. Everyday since February we have been fencing and EVERY single day we are still resolving issues and problems that were left for us to deal with in the wake of fires. This is just wonderful news and the school families are very appreciative of the effort which had gone into raising this money.

This is just so beautiful.💕So very grateful for the generosity and our gorgeous little school.🙌🏼

A beautiful story Terry Mcintyre and well deserved.❤

Oh that gave me chills! I hope they realise just how valued that donation was. It’s such a big deal for our little school. Xo

Generous donation

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Today is R U OK? Day.

The message for R U OK? Day 2020 is: 'THERE'S MORE TO SAY AFTER R U OK?'

2020 has been a challenging year for everyone and circumstances have made it even more important for us all to stay connected and, for those who are able, be willing to support those around us.

You don’t have to be an expert to keep the conversation going when someone says they’re not OK. By knowing what to say you can help someone feel supported and access appropriate help long before they’re in crisis, which can make a really positive difference to their life.

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This year National Child Protection Week will celebrate its 30th year with the theme: Putting children first.

‘Putting children first’ was front of mind when the National Child Protection Week campaign was launched in 1990, with the aim of bringing abuse and neglect out of the shadows and putting child wellbeing on the national agenda.

Click on the link below to explore the official National Child Protection Week events and webinars celebrating the theme of Putting Children First.

www.napcan.org.au/official-program-webinars-events/
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This year National Child Protection Week will celebrate its 30th year with the theme: Putting children first.

‘Putting children first’ was front of mind when the National Child Protection Week campaign was launched in 1990, with the aim of bringing abuse and neglect out of the shadows and putting child wellbeing on the national agenda.

Click on the link below to explore the official National Child Protection Week events and webinars celebrating the theme of Putting Children First.

https://www.napcan.org.au/official-program-webinars-events/

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