The St Nicholas of Myra community celebrated the 2019 Catholic Schools Week celebration with a whole school prayer, school tours and open classrooms.
Once again in 2019, St Nicholas of Myra is taking part in the Panthers Adopt a School program. Players from the first grade squad will visit students six times this year. Students get the opportunity to share their learning with the players, get autographs and ask some questions about what it is like to play in the National Rugby League.
Students from Kindergarten to Year 6 participated in the St Nicholas of Myra 2018 swim school program at Nepean Aquatic Centre.
Author Alan Whiticker, a former St Nicholas of Myra and St Dominics student, visited St Nicholas to share his books and experiences of being an author with the students.


Year 4 and 5 students took part in the 2019 Stage 3 Leadership Day. Students worked in teams to problem solve through a range of tasks with a focus on the skills needed to be active leaders at St Nicholas in 2019.
Students in Year 5 presented their 2019 student leadership speeches to the school leadership team and students in Stages 2 and 3. Students in Year 5 have the opportunity to lead their school as school or sport captains. Well done to all students who presented their speeches. Our leaders will be announced at the 2018 Graduation Mass.
St Nicholas students are participating in golf clinics as part of their weekly physical education sessions. Students are learning the skills of golf including swinging, putting and placing the ball. An exciting chance for students to learn a sport they do not often get to try.


On Friday 16 November 2018, Kindergarten students took part in a Billycart Incursion as part of their Science and Technology unit 'On the Move'.
On 11 November, at 11 am, the St Nicholas community gathered to commemorate Remembrance Day. On the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice ,we remember those who have served and those who still serve to keep our great country safe and free.
St Nicholas of Myra kindergarten students composed letters to Santa and posted them at the local post office. They were able to post the letters themselves and now eagerly await a reply from jolly old St Nic.