St Matthew’s School
Narrogin

St Matthew’s School
Narrogin

concern for God

concern for Self

concern for Others

concern for the environment

concern for God

concern for Self

concern for Others

concern for the environment

Welcome to St Matthew’s School, Narrogin …

I am pleased to extend a warm welcome to past, present and prospective members of our school community.

Selecting a school is one of the most important decisions that a parent makes on their child’s behalf.

There are few things that will have more impact on a young person’s future than the quality of school they attend. At St Matthew’s, it is our belief that every child deserves the best start in life and we make it our purpose to provide just that for every child who enters our doors.

St Matthew’s is a place where minds are inspired, characters are formed and the traditions and values of the past are the foundation for the future.

Our school has a rich and proud history which began on Monday, 4th of February 1918 when the religious order, Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, commenced Catholic education in the town. Since 1998, the school has been supported by the Sisters of the Order of the Servants of Mary, more commonly known as the Sisters of Servite Order.

Today St Matthew’s School is a vibrant and progressive school with 190 students in straight classes from 3 Year Old Kindy to Year 6. We are blessed to have highly skilled, committed and dedicated staff that provides a modern and dynamic school environment in which students are supported, engaged and extended.

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Our school has a rich and proud history which began on Monday, 4th of February 1918 when the religious order, Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions, commenced Catholic education in the town. Since 1998, the school has been supported by the Sisters of the Order of the Servants of Mary, more commonly known as the Sisters of Servite Order.

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Term 2 – Week 7
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National Reconciliation Week
This week, Australians join together to recognise National Reconciliation Week. It is an important week to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. As a lead-up to this week, on the first day of Term 2, St Matthew’s staff visited Dryandra. We took part in an on-country experience with local Noongar artist Ross Storey of Red Ochre Dreaming Tours.
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First Holy Communion Parent/Child Workshop
This Parent/Child Workshop will be held on Thursday 30 May at 3:30pm in the Year 4 classroom. This is for First Holy communicants and at least one parent. The workshop is designed for parents and their children to learn and prepare together for this sacrament.
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Morning Routines
St Matthew’s staff are committed to keeping our students safe. As student supervision does not commence until 8:30am.
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Cross Country Friday 7 June
The District Cross Country (Years 4 to 6) will be held on Friday 7 June. It is to be held at Thomas Hogg Oval, Bannister Street, Narrogin. Parents of selected students were emailed information on 24 May,
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Important Dates

May 29, 2024
  • National Reconciliation Week

May 30, 2024
  • National Reconciliation Week

  • First Holy Communion Parent/Child Workshop

May 31, 2024
  • National Reconciliation Week

  • Pupil Free Day

June 3, 2024
  • Public Holiday

  • Week 8

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