24 March 2017 Amy and Maria | P & C News | Community  

The Citizenship Ceremony Supper went very well again last Thursday evening.
Both Maria and I laid out a long table of wonderful and delicious cakes, slices, sandwiches, biscuits, sweets and savoury treats for all the recipients of the Australian Citizenship Certificates (and their families).
Thank you to everyone who contributed their baking efforts, their shop purchased foods/biscuits and monetary donations!!
We could not put the supper together without all your excellent help and support.

We wish to acknowledge and thank Wilfred, Jeff and Ryan (school prefects) for their outstanding help on the night setting up and tidying up.
Also, they all looked so smart in their full school uniforms and were very courteous and professional in their serving of hot and cold drinks.
They definitely represented our school well and with pride.

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22 March 2017 John G Kennedy | News | Whole School  

The Wolves are both a family and community based Club that is committed to providing our youth with a healthy sporting environment in which we promote good sportsmanship, teamwork and friendship.

Concord Burwood Junior Rugby League (Wolves) is part of Balmain District Junior Rugby League. Catering for all players from 4 years to open age.

Home Ground: Goddard Park, Concord

2017 Registration Fee: $150 mini's and mod's, international $50

Includes jersey, shorts, socks

Family discount available

Sunday competition


Registrations accepted online only

For more information visit www.cbuwolves.com.au

21 March 2017 John G Kennedy | News | Year 07  
Each year NSW Health offers the vaccines recommended by the National Health and Medical Research Council for adolescents as part of the school vaccination program.
In 2017 the following vaccines will be offered to Year 7 students:
  • dTpa vaccine (Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis (whooping cough)) as a single dose
  • varicella vaccine (chickenpox) as a single dose; and
  • human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in a 3-dose schedule at 0, 2 and 6 months (students who commence HPV vaccination in Year 7 but do not complete the course may be offered catch-up doses at school in Year 8)

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