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What does it take to become a Saint?

What does it take to become a Saint? Mikki, Thomas W, Joel and Jordan will tell you what they discovered below.

Mary MacKillop

To become a saint the church looks closely at the  personal life of the person. All the good work that has been done by that person who is wanting to become a saint.  They also look at how close to God they are and that they have worked and lived their life according to God’s rules. They also look to see if the person is worthy of the honour as well, and if they have performed 2 miracles that are unexplained.

By Mikki

Mikki

Australia’s First Saint

Australia’s first Saint is Mary MacKillop. She was born in Melbourne. She opened the first free catholic school in Penola South Australia and had helped many more.  She had to go to the rich to ask for money for the children in her school.  She died in 1909.  Since her death many people have said how good she was.  To become a Saint the Church must say that the person has performed at least 2 miracles and they have to have been close to God when they were alive.  The Pope says that Mary MacKillop was a good person who has performed three miracles and thinks she should be a Saint.

By Thomas W

Thomas W

What does it take to become a Saint?

To become a Saint, you have to be close to God, Help the poor, be good and kind to people when you are alive, and perform two miracles after you have passed away.

By Joel

Joel

What does it take to become a Saint?

You have to be dead to become a Saint. You have to be close to God. You have to perform two miracles. You had to do good work.

By Jordan

Jordan

My must see place in South Australia is Monarto Zoo

A ‘must see’ place in South Australia is Monarto Zoo, because you can touch animal skins. You take the bus to look at animals. You can get off the bus to get a closer look at the animals. You can have a yummy lunch there. You can look in the gift shop.



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By Jordan

Jordan

Premier’s Reading Challenge Finished for 2010

We did it! All of our class have completed the Premier’s Reading Challenge for 2010. Congratulations to Sam, Thomas S, Jordan and Annie for getting their forms in today. I look forward to seeing the medals around every person’s neck later this year.

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Lolly bags and cupcakes for the Sun Bears

Our group today raised money for the Sun Bears. We sold lolly bags and cupcakes to Thiele and Pilgrim Primary schools today on Campus. We raised a lot of money, unfortunately we ran out of time to count it all, but we will let you know how much we raised as soon as we do.  We certainly aren’t having much luck with the weather. It was raining today, so we had to go to the classrooms to sell the lolly bags and cupcakes during lunchtime. We got a little wet, but it was worth it.

By Jordan, Olivia, Ellie, Joel and Thomas W

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Spelling Poem

Lazy dairy lazy diary what do you see I see a big factory

factory factory what do you see I see a big company

company company what do you see I see a big trophy

trophy trophy what do you see nothing I have no eyes

by Jordan

Jordan

9 x tables

In our lesson we focused on our 9 x tables. It was fun. It was also easy. Here are some photos of our nine times tables. We noticed a pattern that when we do our 9 x tables the 10s go up by one and the 1s go down by one. 

Below is another way we have learnt our 9 x tables.

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