Past Events

SALA 2014

A taste of the staff choir singing the school song, Mr Hieu Van Le moving our hearts, Daniel Connell speaking on learning and art, a message from Mary Jacquier in Vietnam, James Meston leading 200 people singing 'This Little Light of Mine' (keep an eye on the dancers beside James, they are really enjoying themselves!) and Jim Parkins sharing how lucky he feels.

 

SALA 2014

Looking through the stars

The staff made the stars that hung in the centre of ther exhibition. They are participating in the One Million Stars Project to create peace in the world. For more information on this project see: http://www.onemillionstars.net/

 

SALA 2014

Opening Night

Just on 200 people came along to the opening night and what a treat they were in for. Watch the photostory below.
 

Sea Star Rock

Our Lady of La Vang was visited by four underwater sea creatures who sang and danced until we were all swimming to the surface for air! There was a lot of dancing, singing, moving and laughing. 

Farewell Speech

Mary Jacquier, founding Principal of Our Lady of La Vang

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In 2014 Ms Mary Jacquier retired from her position as Principal of Our Lady of La Vang school and from education after 45 years of service. At the Christmas Gathering Mary gave this inspiring farewell speech. Please take the time to read it and learn about this community and its educational philosophy and values.

 OLOLV MJ_'s Final speech.pdf

Official opening and blessing, October 27th, 2013

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On October 27th the community gathered to celebrate the opening of Our Lady of La Vang. Archbishop Philip Wilson opened and blessed the facilities, he was joined by the Lt Governor of South Australia, Mr Hieu Van Le. Families and visitors sat on the lawn and enjoyed a picnic lunch. They were entertained by clowns, musicians, bubble blowing and face painting. The Vietnamese Choir from St Margaret Mary's Croydon joined us for the day, they sang beautifully in the liturgy. Kavisha Mazzella sang the school song 'Our Lady of La Vang Forest' with the students. Mr Hieu Van Le shared his story of being a boat person. He faced all sorts of unimaginable cruelty as a refugee making his way with others to Australia. We were all deeply touched by the generosity and kindness of his spirit in sharing his story with us. Thank you to all who made this day so wonderful!

Why we value what we do.

"I have come that you may have life and have it to the full" (John 10:10)