There Is A Lot of New Things
There Is A Lot of New Things

There Is A Lot of New Things

The school year at St. Brigid’s Primary School Kyogle has started with a bang and there a lot of new and exciting changes for the year ahead.
The biggest change is the swap of times for lunch and recess, with recess now becoming morning tea at 10:40am and lunch moving to 12:50pm. This new structure of the day will optimise learning times for the students.
The new Reflection Garden is coming together and parents and students will notice the fantastic space being created.
The new sports shirt is available and the students can’t wait to wear it!
We welcome 16 new Kindergarten students. Their Year 5 Buddies and Mrs Jansen are really looking forward to the year ahead!
We have Erin Anderson joining the teaching staff, permanently, taking on the teaching role in Stage 3.
Two new Occupational Therapists join us, India and Paivi, working with students on their fine and gross motor skills and we have a new Indigenous Education Worker Dane Walker, who join us on Thursdays and Fridays. Also Speech Therapist Jess Rixon will be a regular member of staff this year as well.
We are really excited about all the new staff joining us and the changes that have been made!
“It is a very exciting time for the community of St Brigid’s Primary as we embark on our new school year. All changes are aimed at improving the learning outcomes for all students in our wonderful school,” said Tony Hunter, Principal of St Brigid’s.



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