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24th May
Under 8's Day

25th May
Year 1 Mass

21st-26th May

Biloela Eisteddfod
Music (Instrumental & Vocal)

26th - 31st May
Biloela Eisteddfod
Speech & Drama

31st May
Athletics Carnival

1st June
Athletics Carnival

8th June
Year 3A Mass

22nd June
Year 2 Mass

29th June
Last Day Term 2

16th July
First Day Term 3

21st July

St Joseph's Family Race Day


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St Joseph's is a co-educational primary school located in the town of Biloela, providing education for students from Prep to Year Six. The school seeks to provide the students with a high quality education, based on the living values of Jesus as expressed in the Gospels.

St Joseph’s Catholic School seeks to develop the wholeness of the child in all aspects of his/her growth. These aspects of growth include the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual and cover a sense of social responsibility and a sense of justice.

At St Joseph’s School Biloela, we envisage that our school curriculum will shape and produce critical and creative self-directed learners who strive for excellence, actively participate within their community, and show justice, integrity and compassion to all.

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Community News

The year 6 Outreach Group with Gay Fraser during their visit to St Vincent de PaulThis term, the Year Six Outreach group consisting of Lauren, Olivia, Trinity, Kurt, Blayne, Jack and Charlotte are discovering Service Learning through the work of St Vincent de Paul. Last Friday we visited our local St Vincent de Paul store to observe and discuss the service they provide in our local community. Mrs Fraser was happy to take us on a tour and answer the many questions the children had to ask. For our next visit, the children will be put to work in the sorting room.

Adam and Amy ready to compete at the Capricornia Tennis TrialsCongratulations to Amy and Adam who competed in the Capricornia Tennis Trials in Gladstone.


Tuckshop volunteers who helped on the footy Friday meal deal to raise funds for Thank you to Mrs Moretti and her merry band of workers for organising the meal deal for Footy Friday. Between the meal deal and free dress donations, we managed to raise $552.20 for the Western Wave boys to go towards them joining us in our Rugby League team at Challenge Cup this year.


‘I would just like to write and thank you all for making the effort to bring all of your students down to the gallery. St Joseph’s has been the most proactive school. Congratulations.

Your students are all beautiful children. It was a pleasure to have them visit the gallery. I only wish the visits could have been longer, our time together just flew past. It was really great to see their obvious enjoyment and enthusiasm.

By bringing your students to see the exhibition you are opening their eyes, hearts and minds to the infinite possibilities in this world in which art plays a important role. I noticed that they generally had a really good understanding of Autism which is wonderful to see and of course the pachyderms were a big hit..

I really am appreciative of all your efforts and support.


a montage of photos of St Joseph's students enjoying the interactive Prismatic Pachyderms Exhibition.  Sarah Larsen reading her book to the students and the students looking at the art works. The St Joseph's students very much enjoyed attending Sarah Larsen’s Prismatic Pachyderms Exhibition at the Banana Shire Art Galley.

Prismatic Pachyderms is an interactive analogy that explains the impact of those living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through the world of elephants. Sarah Larsen has observed the many traits shared by people on the spectrum and elephants. Both are fragile, sensitive wonders of this world who experience high levels of anxiety and require the love, guidance and support of their family herd to help them navigate their way through life. Sarah has drawn on her childhood experiences growing up in Africa and her family’s experiences with ASD to create this inspirational while deeply personal exhibition.



The theme for Project Compassion this year is ‘A Just Future’. The Year 6 Outreach group have delivered the Project Compassion boxes and posters to all classrooms and the Office. This year Project Compassion demonstrates how Caritas Australia empowers young people to become channels of love and positive change for their entire communities. ‘A Just Future is possible for all generations and communities, who are part of one human family. A Just Future starts today.’ Caritas Australia

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