Just one more page . . .COVID-19 won’t stop these little bookworms!The kindergarten kids at St Gertrude’s Catholic Primary School Smithfield have been knee-deep in reading while in iso thanks in big part to two teachers at
St Gertrude’s Catholic Primary School Smithfield is a caring and welcoming community. Our inclusiveness is evidenced by our multiculturalism and the quality of education witnessed by the multiple generations of families that return to
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School opened their doors to celebrate Catholic Schools Week recently. Classrooms were opened to parents and visitors to observe the authentic learning experiences and witness the students engage in learning.
St Gertrude’s Catholic Primary School Smithfield students brushed up on their pedestrian safety knowledge as part of Road Rules Awareness Week from 8-14 April. It was a timely message for the community after a
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School opened their doors to the community as part of Catholic Schools Week. It started on Monday when the school invited preschoolers and their parents to enjoy storytime in the library as
St Gertrude's Catholic Primary School Senior Citizens' Christmas Morning Tea has become so popular – nursing homes hold off accepting other invitations to wait for a call from the school. On Wednesday, the school
St Gertrude’s Catholic Primary Smithfield celebrated the diverse backgrounds of its families in art and life when the school hosted a Refugee Week event. An artwork created by Year 3 student Rachel Liso for
St Gertrude’s Catholic Primary School are actively trying to stop the growing trend of children not reading. Last Wednesday the Smithfield school hosted their second Reading by Torchlight event to encourage children to ditch the