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Welcome to St John Vianney Primary School โ€“ Morisset

At St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset we believe our students will best experience success through high-quality education and contemporary learning and teaching. As a school, we encourage excellence in every curriculum area so that all children have the opportunity to reach their full individual potential in a supportive and caring environment. Our school is well-equipped with modern facilities and innovative technology to maximise learning opportunities for students. All students have access to SmartBoards as well as a bank of computers in the new library, an excellent school hall, attractive school grounds, outdoor amphitheatre, environmental areas, play equipment and collaborative learning spaces.

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St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset

St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset

St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset is a Catholic Community where everyone shows respect, forg

The final week that was for term 3โ€ฆ.Life Education and Healthy Harold visited our school this week. Not only did the students learn about healthy living and friendships but they also got to learn how not to get a van bogged. The Healthy Harold van got bogged, a tow truck was called, and this was all before 9am Monday. Thanks for visiting us, Harold. ๐Ÿฆ’Congratulations to all the students who received an award at the final term school assembly. Great effort by all. ๐Ÿ‘The SJV school captains took an early morning train ride with Mrs Pascoe to St. Paulโ€™s at Booragul to assist in the year 12 graduation awards ceremony. ๐Ÿš‚Year 3 designed and created a โ€œSnail Hotelโ€ during lunch which the year 6 students thought would be a great time to photobomb them (look closely at the photo attached). ๐ŸŒSJV had several students take part in the ASPIRE Junior Theatre Makers program this year, and they had the chance on Tuesday evening to be front and centre, under the bright spotlights to perform a play written by Mrs Roach. I (Miss Renee) was very lucky to attend the ASPIRE Junior Theatre Makers live performance and have the honor of going backstage at the Playhouse (Civic Theatre) Newcastle on Tuesday evening. My cheeks were sore from smiling so hard, hands stinging from clapping and applauding the students and my heart was full of happiness for all the students for being so brave and giving it a go. MASSIVE CONGRATULATIONS Thank you to all our students, teachers, staff and families for a wonderful term 3 that was at times very busy yet very rewarding for all.We wish you all a safe and fun spring school holidays and we will see you all back at school in full summer uniform on Monday 10th October. ... See MoreSee Less
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What a day at the Hunter Zoo! Year 1 and 2 had an amazing time enjoying all the animals. Some of our favourites from today was the lion, feeding kangaroos, watching the swinging monkeys and looking at all the birds. ... See MoreSee Less
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We would like to remind you all that there will be a public holiday on Thursday 22nd September (Tomorrow) to mourn the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II. St. John Vianney Primary School will be non-operational on Thursday 22 September (tomorrow) and there will be no staff or supervision available at school.This is not an early start to the school holidays and there is an expectation that students return to school on Friday 23rd September. Friday is the final day of Term Three. ... See MoreSee Less
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The children have sprung into reading on this beautiful spring day ๐Ÿ“”๐ŸŒณ๐ŸŒปโ˜€๏ธ.Reading is one of our priorities here at St. John Vianney Primary School. Not only do our students practice the skills needed to be great readers, but they also are immersed in rich texts with diverse themes instilling in them a lifelong enjoyment of reading. ... See MoreSee Less
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