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Diary Dates:
Term 1, 2019

► Friday 8 March

Cross Country
9am - 1pm

► Tuesday 12 March

Confirmation Information Sessions 4:30pm or 7pm

► Friday 15 March

K-2 Reading Workshop

9-10am

► 16 - 17 March

Confirmation Commitment Masses/Prayer card
► Sunday 17 March

St Patricks Day

Every Week at St Mad's
► Wednesday
Choir Yrs 2 - 6 8:15am
► Thursday
Ukulele/Guitar Club 8:15am
► Friday
Band
 

Address: 28 Annangrove Rd, Kenthurst 2156
Phone: 9654 6751
Email: stmadeleines@parra.catholic.edu.au
Website: www.stmadeleineskenthurst.catholic.edu.au
Thursday 7 March, 2019 | Term 1, Week 6
IN THIS ISSUE:

Dear Parents and Friends,

This week is Catholic Schools Week.  I like to think that every week is Catholic Schools Week at St Madeleine’s. Today we invited our prospective parents to hear about teaching and learning and our many programs supporting students at St Madeleine’s. With great learning and outstanding opportunities happening every day here, there is a lot to celebrate!

We are now half way through Term 1 and it is indeed very satisfying to walk into classrooms and listen to teachers teaching and students engaged in their work. Every student has learning goals and I have spent time this week meeting up with students to discuss their goal and to ask about their achievements so far this year. I have been particularly impressed with writing programs across the school that have enabled students to use wider vocabulary and more sophisticated writing techniques to improve the quality of their work.

We were delighted that so many parents attended the Comprehension Workshop led by Mrs Jefferson a few weeks ago. Mrs Jefferson will be conducting another Reading Workshop on Friday 15th March at 9am in the Library. This time Mrs Jefferson will focus on the complex task of teaching K- 2 children to read. Mrs Jefferson will explain why the single and most commonly used strategy of “sounding it out” is not the most effective strategy to use and how and why this strategy needs to be used in conjunction with a variety of other strategies when supporting emergent readers. This workshop is mandatory if you would like to come and help with reading groups in the classroom. It is vital you know how to prompt students correctly when they come to a word they do not know.

Mrs Jefferson has planned another parent workshop on Tuesday 19th March at 6.30pm in the Library. This workshop is for parents who would like to have an understanding of Working Mathematically in the KLA of Mathematics. Working Mathematically is best described as solving complex problems using what students know and understand about each strand of Mathematics.

The new carpark is due to be completed by Monday 18th March. Mrs Campbell and I will inspect the new carpark and consider how our current drive through arrangements will be altered to factor in this new facility.

I am very pleased to let you know that we will be having a new roof installed on the church and Year 1 and 2 building in the next few weeks. There will be minimum disruption whilst this major upgrade takes place. Work will begin this week and the builders have said that the new roof will be in place by Easter. There will be fencing erected to separate the work and the community. Thank you for your understanding as this major work is undertaken.

We have been alerted that a sinister online challenge called Momo has recently resurfaced and has come to the attention of schools and children across the world. Dubbed the “suicide killer game”, Momo has been heavily linked with apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube and more recently YouTube kids. The scary doll like figure reportedly sends graphic violent images, and asks users to participate in dangerous challenges like waking up at random hours and has even been associated with self harm, showing pictures of implements they could use.

 

My concern is that there have been recent reports that some seemingly innocent videos on YouTube and YouTube Kids, such as roblox, peppa pig and Minecraft have been edited by unknown sources to include violence provoking and / or other inappropriate content. Even though YouTube monitor and remove inappropriate content, videos clips can be uploaded and potentially viewed thousands of times before they get reported and removed. As a parent it is difficult to spot these videos as the harmful content doesn’t appear until part way through the video.

 

Popular youtubers and other accounts have been uploading reaction videos, showing their experience of the Momo Challenge. Some of the videos include a disclosure message warning that the content may be “inappropriate or offensive to some audiences” and that “viewer discretion is advised” but these videos are still easily accessed by clicking “ I understand and wish to proceed”. The image of the Momo character can be deeply distressing to children and young people and it’s important to note that it may slip through parental controls/ filters.

 

We will not be talking to the students about this. It is likely to provoke a search by students as young curious minds tend to do. We have spoken to all staff  and we can assure you everyone will be vigilant when students are using devices across the school.

 

Support for Parents

1. Tell them it’s not real
Just like any urban legend or horror story, the concept can be quite frightening for young minds. Whilst this may appear obvious, it is important for you to reiterate to your child that Momo is not real and cannot directly harm them - they should definitely not follow any of its directions or instructions.


2. Be Present

It is important for you as a parent or carer to be present while your children are online. This will give you a greater understanding of what they are doing on their devices, as well as providing you with the opportunity to discuss, support and stop certain activities that your child may be involved with. Always ensure your child knows you can and will be looking at their device at any time to check it. Always know their password. Ensure they ask you before adding or talking to a friend, even tell them to let you know if someone was added to a group they may not have control over.

 
3. Talk regularly with your child
As well as monitoring your child’s activity, it is important for you to discuss it with them too. These honest and frequent conversations will encourage your child to feel confident to discuss issues and concerns they may have in relation to the online world.

 

4. Device settings and parental controls

Ensure you set up parental controls for all devices at home. This will help restrict the types of content your child can access, as well as help you monitor what they are accessing . In addition it is vital you are aware of your device and account settings to ensure your child’s utmost safety.

 

5. Peer pressure

Trends and viral challenges can be tempting for children to take part in no matter how dangerous or scary they may seem. Make sure you talk to them how they shouldn’t succumb to peer pressure, under any circumstances nor do anything  that they may feel uncomfortable with, online or offline. If they are unsure, encourage them to talk to you, or a trusted adult.

 

6. Real or hoax

As a parent it is natural to feel worried about certain things you see online that may be harmful to your child , however not everything you see online is true. Check the validity of the source and be mindful what you share as this may only cause more worry and concern.

 

7. Report and block

You can’t always rely on parental controls to block distressing content or harmful material. People always find ways around a platform’s algorithm in order to share or promote this type of material. We encourage you to flag and report any material you deem to be inappropriate as soon as you come across it. Importantly block the account / content to prevent your child from viewing it. For an older child you may consider asking them to screenshot any content they come across online that could be malicious to provide evidence to you to escalate the issues to the appropriate authority.

 

8. Don’t rush to allow your child on Social media.

Our children are still children. It’s not until their mid twenties that they will have developed the cognitive skills to process most of what goes on in the online world. Our children do not know how to cope with so many things they see online.

 

Further support

More information can be found from the Office of the eSafety commissioner website ( https://www.esafety.gov.au/education-resources/iparent).

 

The uniform shop will be closed in Week 11 and so your last opportunity this term to purchase winter uniforms will be Tuesday 2nd April. The winter stock has arrived and so I suggest you don’t delay and call in to ensure you get what you need in readiness for Term 2.

The bus company contacted me last week to ask me to remind  your children to tap on and tap off when using their Opal Cards on the bus.


Wishing you all a wonderful week!

 

Mrs Jeanette Black

Principal

If you believe in God you must try to live justly with everyone,
according to the golden rule:
"Do unto others whatever you would have them do to you."

Pope Francis@Pontifex

Every Learner Every Day                   
Attendance rate to date is
92%

Our community believes that every day counts for every child.

Our attendance levels are recorded below. Our target is for at least 90% attendance and you will note that four out of seven reached over this target over the past fortnight. It is important to know that your children must be at school and inside the classroom before 9am in order for you and them not to have to go to the office for a late note.

Scholastic Year

School Year Attendance Level

Scholastic Year

School Year Attendance Level

K

94.3%

4

90.2%

1

91.5%

5

91.4%

2

87.2%

6

94.8%

3

93.9%

 

‘How much time should my child be allowed in front of a screen?’ ‘What about my five-year-old?’ ‘How long should I let my 13-year-old play Fortnite?’ As a digital wellness and online safety expert, these are some of the questions I am most frequently asked.

They are certainly all relevant questions as parents fumble about trying to make rules and boundaries around their child’s screen time habits. Obviously we all want to prevent the screen time obsessions we hear about in the media. We want to maintain a sense of control over our child’s screen time habits.

As the digital world is far more complex and nuanced, our approach and questions need to mirror those complexities. We can certainly apply some time limits, and prescribe times when devices are not to be used. But it’s wise to ask more pertinent questions to help us make more informed choices about the rules and boundaries we set up for our kids.

In particular, there are three important questions we should ask. These are:

1.’What is my child doing with his or her screen?’

There’s no point worrying about how long your child is on a screen if you have no idea what they are doing when they’re on it. Handing a child a device without guidance can lead to a vast range of different experiences. One child might spend the time researching the dietary habits of a green tree frog, or learning how to make the best paper plane to fly with a younger sibling. Another might watch a funny cat video, or even watch hard-core pornography. These are vastly different ways to spend their time online.

2.’What is the effect of the screens on my child?’

Is your child enjoying socialising online because it allows them deeper connections with their friends, provides them with support and gives them a sense of belonging? Alternatively, is he or she feeling excluded or being cyberbullied? A child’s online experiences can help or hinder wellbeing. If online activities lead to tantrums when transitioning to offline tasks, or even aggression then it may be a sign that online use is having a negative impact.

3.’What is my child missing out on?’

Children and teens benefit from involvement in a wide range activities so they can maintain optimum physical, social and emotional development. Spending time outdoors, enjoying active sports, connecting face-to-face with friends, sharing family meals, keeping up with homework and assisting with household chores are the types of activities that most experts agree are beneficial for children and young people. If the amount of time a child spends on digital devices excludes him or her from these types of activities then it can be considered excessive. If this is the case, then it’s reasonable to expect that, with your assistance, your child begins to place some limits on their screen use.

Digital devices present new challenges for parents to manage. As a result parents need to shift the focus away from simply managing a child’s time to helping him or her successfully integrate screen use into their daily life in ways that support learning, development and wellbeing.

 


Sunday 10 March 2019:

First Sunday of Lent - Year C

Lk 4:1-13
A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke

Filled with the Holy Spirit,
Jesus was led by the Spirit through the wilderness where he was tempted.

Filled with the Holy Spirit, Jesus left the Jordan and was led by the Spirit through the wilderness, being tempted there by the devil for forty days. During that time, he ate nothing and at the end he was hungry. Then the devil said to him, ‘If you are the Son of God, tell this stone to turn into a loaf.’ But Jesus replied, ‘Scripture says: Man does not live on bread alone.’

Then leading him to a height, the devil showed him in a moment of time all the kingdoms of the world and said to him, ‘I will give you all this power and the glory of these kingdoms, for it has been committed to me and I give it to anyone I choose. Worship me, then, and it shall all be yours.’ But Jesus answered him, ‘Scripture says:

You must worship the Lord your God,

and serve him alone.’

Then he led him to Jerusalem and made him stand on the parapet of the Temple. ‘If you are the Son of God’, he said to him ‘throw yourself down from here, for scripture says:

He will put his angels in charge of you

to guard you,

and again:

They will hold you up on their hands

in case you hurt your foot against a stone.’

But Jesus answered him, ‘It has been said:

You must not put the Lord your God to the test.’

Having exhausted all these ways of tempting him, the devil left him, to return at the appointed time.

Mass Roster, Term 1

The Mass roster is included on the parent calendar only. This can be accessed via the school website or the Skoolbag app. All parents are invited to join us in celebrating Parish Mass at 9:15am.

 

Please note that occasionally changes in the Mass roster may occur. We appreciate your understanding.

Project Compassion

Thandolwayo lives with her grandparents and attends the local school which has just 35 students. Every morning Thandolwayo would walk seven kilometres and risked being attacked by crocodiles as she collected contaminated water for her family. She’d then go to school feeling exhausted. Thandolwayo’s grandparents sell pearl millet bran to fishermen and farmers for animal feed. They also sell chickens - but the income it brings isn’t enough to support the family. Thandolwayo’s hope to be a nurse seemed almost impossible to realise, until Caritas Hwange helped the village to install two solar powered pumps and two 10,000 litre water storage tanks. The pumps draw the water up from the river to the storage tanks. Thanks to Caritas’ support, water is now on tap in the village, benefitting the whole community - and Thandolwayo can concentrate on her education.

“Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been reduced,” Thandolwayo says. “We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”

 

The plentiful water supply has also triggered new ventures. Water is being used to mould bricks for building houses and to pound maize to sell. Plans are underway to establish a community garden and a fish pond, to generate a better income.

 

“Hope is important because it makes me work harder so that I achieve what I want to be when I grow up,” Thandolwayo says.

 

Please give generously to Project Compassion.

Kathy Fisher
Religious Education Coordinator


What is Wellbeing?

What a wonderful fortnight we have had in Wellbeing! The children have been learning self awareness, self management and responsible decision making within their various Stage groups during our time together.


Check out what we've been learning about:

Years Kindergarten, 1 & 2:

Vision - (Core competency: Self awareness)

What do you want your life to be like and how do you want to feel in the future? Students made vision boards reflecting on this-a vision board is a visual representation using pictures and text to help us achieve our goals.  


Learning Goals
- (Core competency: Self management)

Students learnt about creating learning goals to help them achieve at school.

Years 3 & 4 - VISION


Change - (Core competency: Self Awareness)

Identifying physical and social changes they have undergone since they were a baby and discussing any associated feelings that might arise as a result of any of these changes.

 

Sources of information - (Core competency: Self management, responsible decision making)

Students learn to identify the people they can trust to discuss problems with and to ask for help. We also discussed other responsible sources where help can be obtained. For example: Kids Helpline.

 

Years 5 & 6 - WELLBEING


Being Mindful - 
(Core competency: Self Management)

Slow down and focus on the present. Practising the (surprisingly difficult) skill of mindfulness. We meditated, emptying our minds as we focussed on one sound and image.

 

Vision - (Core competency: Self Awareness)

Students learn to identify what they want and how they want to feel in the future, setting goals to work towards this. We created vision boards to show what we want our future to be like and feel like. Have a go! They are rewarding and fun to create.

 

Have a wonderful fortnight!

Sarah Glettner
Health and Wellbeing Teacher

Its that time of year again!
It’s the NSW Premier's Reading Challenge

 

The Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in children, and to enable them to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each child to read, to read more and to read more widely.
 
The new PRC student site is now LIVE!
Check out the new site! Enter the following URL in your browser: https://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc/studentExperience.html#/ to discover a world filled with PRC books.
(Please note: the PRC Student Site requires Internet Explorer 11, Edge, or a current version of Firefox or Chrome).

Some key dates for you to remember:

March 4: Challenge opens. Children will be able to log books on their Student Reading Record

August 30: Closing date for student entries.

September 13: Final date for validation of Student Reading Records

 

The Premier's Reading Challenge (PRC) is available for all NSW students in Kindergarten to Year 9, in government, independent, Catholic and home schools. If you need help using the website and the answer cannot be found on the PRC Support site, please contact us at prc@det.nsw.edu.au

 

Over the next few weeks the children will receive their usernames and passwords from their class teachers and should be able to log on to the website to fill in their book titles.

 

Looking forward to a great year of reading

 

Pauline Pittas
Leader of Learning

Pancake Day Canteen CLOSED

Cross Country Timetable

St Mad's Open Day

Hillsbus Timetable

Tuesday 9th April (Stocktake)

Letter from the Reverend Bishop Vincent Long

Assembly Term 1, Week 8 Friday 22nd March 2019 @2pm Ampitheatre

Cross Country Friday 8th March 2019 School Grounds


Diocesan Swimming Carnival

 

On Friday, 22/2/19, 9 students represented the Hills Zone at the Diocesan Swimming Carnival held at Blacktown Pool. The students competed brilliantly. Congratulations on your great swims and fantastic results. The following students placed in the top four overall.

 

Flynn Morris

Emily Knight






Riley Cheers

Grace Liddle


Senior Girls Relay

9 Year Boys, 50m Freestyle - 3rd

Open Girls, 100m Freestyle - 4th
11 Year Girls, 50m Freestyle - 2nd
11 Year Girls, 50m Backstroke - 1st

11 Year Girls, 50m Breastsroke - 4th

11 Year Girls, 50m Butterfly - 1st

Senior Girls, 200m - 4th

11 Year Boys, 50m Butterfly - 4th

Senior Girls, 50m Freestyle - 3rd
Senior Girls, 50m Butterfly - 2nd


Grace Liddle, Alessia Cauchi, Mikayla Muscat, Emily Knight - 1st

 

Zone Swimming

 

On Monday 18/2, 25 students represented St Madeleine’s at the Hills Zone Swimming Carnival held at Oasis Swimming Pool, Windsor. All students showed great sportsmanship and athleticism in all their events. We achieved fantastic results overall.

The following children placed in the top four making them eligible to swim at the Parramatta Diocesan Swimming Carnival on Friday.

We wish all six of you all the very best at the NSW Catholic Primary Schools (NSWCPS) Swimming Carnival on Wednesday  27th March. We are so proud of your efforts.

 

Special Congratulations to

  •  Emily Knight - 11 Year Girls Champion
  •  Grace Liddle – Senior Girls Runner Up Champion
Julia Morris
Sport Coordinator
KB: Lilly-anne Zeaiter & Xavier Power
KW: Luca Monardo & Eve Covington
1B: Adele Atkins & Connor Mifsud
1W: Sebastian Zec & Alana Mouhayet
2B: Mikayla Mills & Joshua Peers
2W: Nicola Papageorgiou & Angus Weir
3B: Isabella Zreiby & Luke Papallo
3W: Axel Bradatsch & Leila Keddie
4B: Saniya Arnold & Lola Rahme
4W: Mitchell Atkins & Tiana Attia
5B: Joelle Nassif & Thomas Foxall
5W: Hannah Tran & Jackson Santelman

6B: Angelina El-Badaoui & Oliver Kennedy
6W: Austyn Stanton & Isabella Chiha

Social Skills: Luca Monardo & Ella Taylor
Sport: Hunter Engelhardt & Bianka Jakovljevic
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

If there are any parents who are interested in helping us out in the Canteen during recess or lunch, please contact Catherine directly in the canteen.


Monday 11th March - Susie Grima - Recess
Wednesday 13th March - Jennifer Jurukovski - Lunch
Thursday 14th March - Mel Keddie - Recess & Lunch

Open Monday - Friday | Ph: 9654 6760
Canteen Manager:
Catherine Mares  |  Email:  Cath.M5@bigpond.com 
To view canteen menu, please click here.



Please note that Sushi will no longer be available from the School Canteen.

 

Hello Volunteers!

 
Thank you to all the generous parents and carers who volunteered to be part of the Kiss and Drop roster after the information evenings. Below is the roster for weeks 7 & 8. As a reminder, volunteers are expected to be in the K&D area from 8:30am. Look for the safety vests if supplied, and if you need to remind a driver of the process, please have a friendly, brief chat!


Kiss & Drop Coordinator: Mrs Melissa Crema
Email: melissa.adventures@gmail.com Mobile: 0449 882 348

WEEK 7
MON 11/3: Vanessa Abood, Senena Bragg
TUES 12/3: Natalie Commisso, Mel Keddie
WED 13/3: Andrew Howe, Louise MacNamara
THUR 14/3: Giuliana Khalil, Sarah Scott
FRI 15/3: Fiona Knight, Angela Cheers

WEEK 8
MON 18/3: Renee Giorgiuth, Teresa Sakkal
TUES 19/3: Senena Bragg, Stacie Covington
WED 20/3: Tracey Cauchi, Leesa Angels-Corke
THUR 21/3: Natalie Commisso, Melissa Crema
FRI 22/3: Tori Papallo, Jasna Susanjara

Privacy Information & Photo Permission

 

From time to time we publish children’s results in the University Competitions, i.e. Maths, English, Science and Computer Competitions.  We also publish places in sporting events, other awards and achievements.  If you have any concerns about your child’s name appearing in our School Newsletter or on our school website, please contact the office.

From time to time it is necessary for Class Contact parents or P & F representatives to telephone parents.  If you do not wish your telephone number to be used by these people, please contact the school office.

From time to time the school sends photos of our children to newspapers or to the Catholic Education Office for inclusion with an article about St Madeleine's. We also include photos in our School Newsletter and on our school website. If you do not wish photos of your child to be used in any publications at school, Catholic Education Office or newspapers please contact the school office.

If your personal details (address, telephone, etc.) change please inform the school office.  It is important that we have up to date information for the safety of our children.


Arrival & Dismissal


Attendance at school is compulsory and being at school on time and remaining for the whole day ensures that your child has the best opportunity to engage fully in all the learning activities available.

Below are the routines that have been established for both safe arrival and dismissal of students.

We ask that you read through all the items and make yourself and your child familiar with them.

We appreciate your co-operation as we work together to maintain a safe environment for every member of our school community.

 Arrival at school

  • School begins at 8:50am
  • A warning bell is rung at 8:45am
  • When the warning bell sounds, children line up in their respective class lines in the COLA area
  • A final bell is rung at 8:50 am to indicate commencement of assembly – all students should be lined up
  • Children are considered to be late if they arrive after the conclusion of assembly and the classes have forwarded into their respective rooms
  • Late children must be accompanied by a parent to the school office and a ‘late arrival’ slip is to be completed by the parent

The student then proceeds to their classroom and presents the teacher with the ‘late arrival’ slip. Details of arrival time and partial absence are noted electronically in the class roll by the office staff.

Parents must not drop their children at the classroom after the bell.

Morning use of the Kiss and drop/Car park

All children being dropped off at school are to use the “kiss and drop” COLA area. A parent volunteer will open the car door and assist the students onto the playground. If you wish to park and come into the playground area, please use the car park beyond the netball court as this area is designated for staff parking only.

Children arriving by BUS wait under the COLA.

A teacher is on duty from 8am.

 

Afternoon Dismissal

  • Parents wishing to collect their child before the 3:00pm dismissal must notify the teacher in writing and collect the child from the office
  • The note must include the time the child will be collected and the reason for early collection
  • In an emergency - office staff will contact the teacher to indicate that the child needs to be collected early
  • The office staff will note the departure time and partial absence in the class roll

 

Parents should not collect children from the classroom.

In the afternoon, there are three ways students can go home:

1. By bus - children walk with a teacher from their grade to the COLA and are supervised as they wait for the buses to arrive at the bus bay.

Bus numbers are called over the microphone and students walk to the teacher and board the bus. No children are to be picked up by parents in this area. This duty concludes after the last bus has departed.

2. Picked up by parents/guardians  - students can be picked up by their parents or guardians in person at 3pm. Parents are asked to wait in the amphitheatre if their child is in K-2 or the friendship garden if in Years 3-6.

3. Car Pick Up – Students walk with a teacher from their grade to the COLA and are called to the car by their family name by a teacher on the microphone. They then walk to the teachers standing along the drive through waiting to assist them into the car. This duty concludes at 3:30pm. All remaining children are taken to the school office to wait for their parents.

The following are a few rules that all parents and children need to observe at the afternoon pickup to ensure the safety of our children and smooth operation:

  • The driver is not to get out of the car.
  • Children are to get into the car on the passenger side – they are not to go around the front or the back of the car to get in on the driver’s side. If this is a problem to any family then that parent will need to park and pick the child up.
  • Bags are to go in the cabin of the car with the child – not in the boot.

If you are picking your child up from the two classroom areas and are running late your child will be taken to car pick up and will wait with the teachers and students and are supervised until 3:30pm.

After this time, they will be escorted to the school office.

No child is to be asked to wait in an unsupervised area.  


Manager: Therese Harwanek
If you don’t have time to come to the uniform shop you can download an order form below or phone 9654 6761. Lost Property is located in the Library, please check for student belongings.

Email: stmadeleinesuniformshop@parra.catholic.edu.au
OPEN: Tuesdays 8:15am — 10:15am
To view the uniform shop order form click here.
Save the Date! Friday 17 May, Castle Hill RSL

Ticket information will be available soon.
CALLING ON ALL PARISHIONERS to help by donating a prize or two.

Please see suggestions below:

Week or Weekends away
Experiences (from Red Balloon or Adrenaline etc)
Helicopter Flight
Dinner Vouchers
TV, Laptops, iPads, Apple Watch etc.
Bottles of Wine
Gift Baskets
Memorabilia
Jewellery
Bikes
Beauty/Hair Vouchers
Travel Vouchers

Contact information;

Stmadsdinnerdance@gmail.com

Kim Parslow 0418 220 963

Sally Coppini 0407 942 986


Parish & CEDP News
St Madeleine's Sophie Parish News

Parish Services:

Weekend Masses:
- Saturday 5.30pm (Eucharistic Adoration at 4:45),
- Sunday 8:00am, 10:00 am, 5.30pm
Children’s Liturgy
- 10am Mass during Term
Weekday Masses
-Tues - Fri 9:15 am
Playgroup
- Tues 9.30am at St Joseph Centre
Prayer Group
- Wednesdays after the 9.15 am Mass
Reconciliation
- Saturdays 5.00pm
Baptisms
- Every 4th Sunday, 11:20, or during 10am Masses
Weddings
- By appointment
Sacrament Coordinator
Sally Coppini MB: 0407 942 986


Parish Priest: Rev Vincent Savarimuthu
Parish Secretary: Lisa Echevarria

Address:  28 Annangrove Rd, Kenthurst 2156
Phone: 9654 2260
Office Hours: Tuesday - Friday 9am - 4pm
Email:  stmads@yahoo.com.au
Website:  http://stmadeleine.org.au/


28 Annangrove Rd, Kenthurst, NSW 2156


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