The wait is over, our beautiful cookbooks have arrived. These can be purchased for $30.00.
The cookbooks would make a wonderful Christmas gift and all profits are going towards the new playground.
Payment details:
Please make payments to the following account, please add your name and “cookbook” as a reference.
St James P&F BSB: 083 879 Account: 195 629 801
Cookbooks will be available for pick up from the office.
If you have and questions do not hesitate to contact Meagan Rogers

It was with much excitement staff welcomed back all year levels on Wednesday. We have all come back together stronger, more resilient and more adaptable as a school community. We want to thank everyone for all their hard work during lockdown and are excited to be able to start planning for the rest of the year.

Towards the end of last term, some of our students were involved in writing cards and messages to our parishioners and local community organisations.  We have had several messages from the recipients of these cards and how the messages helped lift their spirits. Yesterday, our local Victoria Police members Marie and Steve popped by to thank our children for their thoughtfulness.  They spoke with the junior students about what remote learning had been like for them and congratulated them on their work during remote learning.  Caring for and showing compassion and appreciation for all, not just those close to us is important for our children to learn and our calling as a Catholic community.

Today is R U OK Day.  While we are all apart, the staff and students are keeping our St James and wider community in our prayers.  The song is inspired by the journey to Emmaus.   Christ, resurrected, joins two men on the road, they do not recognize him, however Jesus continues to speak with them.  We are told that the men were ‘kept from recognising’ Jesus, however welcomed him as a stranger to their conversation and journey.  Who is it that we do not recognise, through no fault of our own.  Who is it that we need to welcome with a kind word and conversation.
Today we ask R U OK?