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TERM DATES for 2024 have been released - please click here for details

Leadership News


From the Principal

Ms Michelle Brodrick
NASA Space Camp 2023

Earlier this month, 21 students and four staff travelled to the United States to participate in the NASA Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama. This was an opportunity for the students to immerse themselves in simulated space missions, scuba diving, multi-axis training, rocket launching and other space-related activities to build their STEM skills and inspiration for the future.

This trip was particularly significant for eleven students who were scheduled to attend the camp last year, and seeing the joy on their faces was quite emotional.

The camp required students to demonstrate resolve and resilience as they worked from early in the morning until late in the evening. A team of fourteen Loreto students was awarded Most Outstanding Team in the Advanced Academy section in recognition of their teamwork and leadership skills over the course of the six-day camp. The award was presented by former astronaut Charles Moss Duke Jr, who, as lunar module pilot of Apollo 16 in 1972, was the youngest person and one of the last to walk on the moon. Charlie had visited Loreto in 2015 and helped initiate the program at Loreto.

Following the camp, the group travelled to Orlando, Florida and spent a day at the Kennedy Space Center with astronaut Sam Gemar, who had been on several space shuttle missions. The trip ended with two days of learning and fun completing educational programs at Universal Studios and enjoying many of the rides on offer.

Experiential learning opportunities have a lasting impact, and it was a privilege to be a part of this trip. I have immense admiration for all those involved, and for those that couldn’t participate but supported them from afar. Memories of the group will stay with me for a long time, particularly given the circumstances and events of last year.

School Improvement Survey

A group of parents/carers, students and all staff have the opportunity in the coming weeks to provide feedback about different areas of College life. The survey is conducted by Insight SRC on the College’s behalf and the Catholic Education Office Ballarat. It is designed to assist schools in gaining an understanding of parents' perceptions of their daughters’ experience of school. The results will benefit everyone by providing valuable information about the ways in which the College can use staff, student and parent input to plan and improve programs and activities.

A random selection of parents/carers will be sent an invitation to participate in this survey. Although voluntary, it is important to remember that accurate and comprehensive feedback is very dependent on parent involvement.


From the Deputy Principal

Mrs Chris Shaw

At our first whole school Assembly this term, I spoke to our students about the importance of chance.

Chance is the possibility of something happening or doing something often without intending to – often chance provides an opportunity and a challenge. We can never control everything that happens in life – that’s the beauty of living, each day is unique. Otherwise we’d all be the same, with each day scripted and life would be pretty boring with no scope for growth.

Every day of our lives there is a chance to improve ourselves – but often we settle for comfort and the easy way because of our fears. No-one is special in this regard – we all have a fear of failure and the unknown. Teachers, parents, politicians, actors, singers - we are all afraid of what we don’t know when we take a chance.

Often our inner voice talks to us and tells us ways to avoid things:

‘I don’t know all the answers. I haven’t been there before. That might be a bit hard for me so I won’t go. How can I get out of that? Who else can do it for me. I can’t win or I don’t know what will happen so it’s best not to start?’

Imagine if we didn’t take the chance to walk when we were toddlers. Imagine if we didn’t fall down a thousand times and try again. When is it, that we suddenly lose the strength to find challenge and push ourselves. Taking chances isn’t easy – nothing good in life really is. Risks help us move beyond satisfactory, they help us and lift us up to more rewarding things and we should all be setting our bars high. Challenge is needed to grow, and resilience (a life asset) is born of struggle.

Loreto provides many opportunities to take a chance. During the holidays, I felt very privileged to spend time with a group who took a chance to travel to Japan. There were challenges – all different for every person – but despite fears, they took the chance to have a life-changing opportunity that did not disappoint. They put themselves out of their comfort zone to travel across the world and the rewards were amazing. At the same time, another group of students and staff was attending the NASA Space Camp in the US. Last week Year 10 students engaged in work experience and this week, our Year 9’s are challenging themselves to learn skills of independence as they enjoy the Melbourne experience, whilst our VM students spend time experiential learning whilst on camp. We also have students from Obayashi Sacred Heart who have travelled from Japan visiting us for to develop their English skills – all taking a chance – all learning to grow!

The start of this term marks the last full term for our Year 12 students. I know they understand taking a chance now to position themselves in the best possible way will be to their benefit in the long run. We wish them all well as they work their way through the lasts of the lasts. The practice exams in the second week of the holidays are important for scaffolding their approach to final exams and encourage them to take the chance to use this opportunity to their benefit.

GB Day was a ‘last’ for our Year 12 students who led the school with distinction and fun embodying the spirit of Loreto. They took chances at every turn and the day was a most memorable one for the whole school.


Welcome to the Loreto family!

We welcome new students this term and the following staff members returning after periods of leave:

Mrs Parker, Ms Harrison, Ms Hillman, Ms Davison and Ms Marks.

We also welcome some new staff members:

Kate Thomas (Psychologist), Kellie Rudlin (Director of Marketing and Development), Samara Shearer (First Aid/Student Reception), Melinda Kelly (Psychologist) and Elisha Polkinghorne (First Aid/Student Reception).


From the Assistant Principal: Faith & Identity

Ms Felicity Knobel
Gonzaga Barry Day 

Thursday 20 July was our celebration of all things Mother Gonzaga Barry. Each year as a Loreto community we celebrate the landing of Mother Gonzaga Barry and our Loreto sisters in Ballarat in 1875. In our year where we are Shining a Light of Justice, our celebrations for Gonzaga Barry included learning about and fundraising for the MWIA project in Ostico, Timor Leste. Our liturgy which was beautifully prepared by our Liturgy Captain and Representatives and also our Liturgy Coordinator Mr Jarrod Ryan. 

Each year our Mentor Teachers and Mentor Groups work together to create a carnival of stalls which included great food, plenty of sugar and a variety of games that all proved to be thoroughly entertaining. All money goes towards assisting our Loreto community in Ostico in Timor Leste. 

It is in the afternoon that we really did see some talent. With a dress up theme of “What Used to Be Cool” we knew that we had to be ready for some double denim and questionable fashion choices. However, in the midst of Kath and Kel dropping by to sing a song, and Danny and Sandy declaring that they were the one that they wanted and Mr Peter Foord releasing his rock star talents, our Senate 2023 outdid themselves again with the entertainment for the afternoon.  

This day is truly a special Loreto Ballarat event as we honour Mother Gonzaga Barry and the many women that have come before us. We also know that we are part of this history with the responsibility to continue assisting other Loreto communities throughout the world.

Father’s Day Save the Date 

Our Father’s Day celebration will take place on

Wednesday 30 August at 7am.

On this day we will begin with a liturgy in our Chapel followed by a breakfast.  

This event will be ticketed in the coming week. Please check your school app, email and social media for further details.  

Volunteers needed to assist with breakfast. We will also be asking for volunteers to assist with the setting up and cooking of breakfast on this day. This too, will be advertised on our platforms in the coming days.  

Father's Day Breakfast STD2

From the Assistant Principal: Wellbeing

Ms Gemma McDermott
The Importance of Sleep for Teenagers

Sleep, or the lack of it, is one of the most important physical and mental health issue confronting students today. A good night's sleep lays the foundation for strong academic performance and sound physical and mental health. Yet research shows that most students, particularly senior students receive inadequate amounts of sleep.

More sleep results in:

  • Being more alert in class
  • Being better able to retain information and solve problems
  • Enhanced creativity
  • Greater energy levels and improved general health
  • A lower propensity for illness and absenteeism
  • Reduced risk of anxiety, depression and stress related disorders

Summary from the research on sleep

  • Sleep research suggests that a teenager needs between eight and 10 hours of sleep every night.
  • Most teenagers only get about 6.5 -7.5 hours sleep per night.
  • Teen's body clocks naturally shift to make them feel tired later in the evening, but early school starts do not enable them to sleep in the mornings.
  • Chronic sleep deprivation can have dramatic effects on a teenager’s life, including affecting their mental wellbeing and reducing their academic performance at school.
  • Smart phones and other devices used around bedtime reduce sleep time.
  • Avoiding stimulants such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, and energy drinks in the evening can help to promote better sleep.

Investing in an alarm clock for your child may sound old fashioned however, it is a good solution to not needing the phone by the bed.  This is the advice I have always given to parents over my time in Wellbeing roles.

For more information visit


Sleep Episode on TV

If you have IVIEW there is a wonderful 29 minute episode on Sleep in the ABC program Ask the Doctor Series 1 called Sleep. It shows how changing the sleep routine for a student in Year 12 resulted in better being able to face all the situations that may occur in the day.

Absences from School and School Attendance Below 70%

Over the year the Year Level Coordinators have been working with families when a student’s absence has been low. Over the winter season attendance can be impacted by flu and colds. If your child is unwell, please contact Student Reception. As part of our accountability and compliance, we will be emailing a letter home to the parents of students whose attendance is below 70%. The reason we are sending home the letter is we have an obligation to provide your daughter with an education. The Victorian government requires schools to follow procedures and accountability by regularly sending home letters to raise awareness and work in partnership with parents before the attendance does get drastically low. If you receive a letter and you know the reason for your child’s absence is due to illness and you have informed the school, no action is required. If your child’s absence is due to other reasons of concern and you have not had contact or meetings with staff at the school, please contact your child’s Year Level Coordinators so support can be put in place.

Little Feet Big Footprints - Ballarat Primary School Leadership Initiative

Last term Year 6 students in the Ballarat Country Catholic Schools participated in a Leadership initiative called ‘Little Feet Big Footprints’. As part of the program the Year 12 Captains from Loreto College, St Patrick’s College and Damascus College met with the Year 6 students to provide insights and advice about high school. Our Loreto School Captains Bridget Bales and Alexandra Grieve were part of this event and were wonderful ambassadors for Loreto. They have written an article featured below in this newsletter.


From the Assistant Principal: Learning & Innovation

Ms Em Shanahan

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” Albert Schweitzer.

Schools run on a constant cycle of events. It seems absurd that we are only just past half-way with the 2023 school year, yet already students are exploring future opportunities as they select subjects for student in 2024. Subject Selections can be a daunting process for students and their families, but the secret to success is really quite simple – students should choose subjects they love.

Loreto College prioritises student agency and provides a range of subjects so that the varied interests of our students can be nurtured. William Butler Yeats says, 'Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.' It is our hope for each student that their curiosity lights up when they learn, that they can develop the skills and confidence to forge their own path of success in whatever it is that they choose to pursue, and that they are inspired to be lifelong learners who contribute to their community at a local, state, national and/or international level.

When discussing possible subjects with your child, ask them what they love doing. Ask them why they like particular subjects over others. Help them draw links between their interests and the range of subjects on offer. The Year Level Handbooks outline the possibilities, so explore them in detail to help your child open up a challenging, yet inviting, 2024.

Students are encouraged to speak with their subject teachers, Careers Counsellor or Mentor Teacher if they’re unsure about their selections. It’s an exciting time for students as they choose their own adventure.


Parent Teacher Interviews – 16 August 2023

Parent Teacher Interviews are being held ONLINE on:

Wednesday, 16 August 2023 from 11.30am – 7.30pm.

Bookings will open in PAM at 9am on Monday, 31 July 2023.

Parent Teacher Interviews are a rewarding opportunity for parents, carers and students to discuss progress and obtain tailored feedback to guide improvement across the semester. As students are a key part of the discussion, Wednesday, 16 August 2023 is a Student Free Day.

VCE Practice Examinations

As part of their final preparation ahead of the VCE Examinations in Term 4, Practice Examinations are being held at the College from:

Monday, 25 September 2023 – Thursday, 28 September 2023.

It is expected that all students studying one or more Unit 3/4 courses will attend their scheduled Practice Examination/s. The full schedule is available here. 

College News



Ms Sara Sharer (Interdisciplinary Leader: Analytics and Research)
NAPLAN – Information for Parents of Students in Year 7 and Year 9

NAPLAN results have been made available to schools. The results for your child will be sent to you via mail.

The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) created a 3-minute video to help explain how to read your child’s NAPLAN results which can be accessed here. In addition, a written summary from ACARA with information specifically for parents and carers can be accessed here.

Results from 2023 onwards cannot be directly compared with results from previous years. This is because a new measurement scale that is more suited to the online tests has been introduced with the new standards.  However, as in previous years, you can continue to see your child’s achievement against the national and state average for the year.

If your child is in Year 9, you can access their results from when they were in Year 7 (2021) via PAM if they were at Loreto College to complete the assessments. Please make note that there are band levels as opposed to proficiency standards.

Once the 2023 NAPLAN results are available in a digital format, they will also be available on PAM.

If you have any questions about the NAPLAN standards, please contact me via email.

If your query is more specific to your child’s results, please contact the Mentor Teacher of your child.

College Captains - Alexandra Grieve & Bridget Bales

College Captains

Alexandra Grieve and Bridget Bales
Little Feet Big Footprints

We had the incredible opportunity to participate in the "Little Feet Big Footprints'' Primary School Leadership initiative at St Patrick’s Gordon, along with the captains from St. Patrick's and Damascus College, a few weeks before the end of Semester 1. We spoke about our individual leadership paths in front of roughly 70 children from a variety of small primary schools, including St. Brendan's Dunnstown, St. Brigid's Ballan, St. Augustine's Creswick, St. Patrick's Gordon, St. Mary's Clarkes Hill, and St. Michael's Daylesford.

We began with introducing ourselves, our roles and reflected on our primary school journey that the students could relate to. The students then engaged with some excellent enquiries regarding what they had heard about the captains' individual leadership stories, leadership in general, and even questions about attending high school that us as leaders could answer.

It was such a positive experience as we shared our personal journeys, the different ways our school takes on leadership and by how many opportunities our school and the community has given us throughout our high school years. It was also very interesting to hear from both St Pats and Damascus College leaders and how they lead their schools, different initiatives and approaches to make their college thrive. As leaders, we recognise the enormous potential and advantages of this programme for all of the Year 6 students and look forward to seeing them develop their leadership skills, networks, and self-awareness in their new chapter of high school.

We considered this day to be really beneficial since it gave us the chance to interact with the students who will be the future leaders of our high schools. We hope the students left with some messages, hope, and ideas about how to become leaders.

Written By Alexandra Grieve and Bridget Bales

Lawry, Rebecca

Japan Language Tour

Ms Rebecca Lawry (Librarian)

One word to describe the long-awaited 2023 Japan Language Tour? 行きましょう! (ikimashou / let’s go!). Over two rapid-paced weeks, 23 students and 4 staff savoured the highlights of Japan, immersing ourselves in the culture and language.

Tokyo provided us with a rapid introduction to Japan; busy train stations, Shibuya street crossings, konbini shopping, Disneyland, and a warm welcome to a Japanese high school. Our tip: make sure you visit Team Labs for a brilliant immersive art experience.

Next, the Shinkansen sped past the scenery of Japan: mountains and cities, rivers and rice fields. Our stop in Kanazawa gave the students a taste of independent exploration, as they planned their own day of historical sightseeing, cultural activities, and gold-leaf ice cream.

The island of Miyajima gave us a moment to pause, as we bowed to the spirits of Itsukushima Shrine, dressed for dinner in our yukata and slept soundly on futons on tatami floors (perhaps after a relaxing visit to the onsen). Our visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial the next day stopped us all in a moment of sombre reflection, and we witnessed the city’s ongoing dedication to peace.

Kyoto, our final destination, was an abundance of cultural beauty that no rain could diminish. How could a favourite spot be chosen? Kinkakuji, the Golden Temple? Or Fushimi Inari, which we visited dressed in colourful yukata (かわいい!)? Perhaps it was shopping in Arashiyama that was the highlight?

Our visit to Sacred Heart Obayashi created new friendships through conversations, lessons and games, followed by a weekend spent with host families. After a long hiatus, it was wonderful to visit with our sister school, and we’re excited to be currently hosting their students here in Ballarat.

While we were ready to return home to family and friends, we’re all planning for a return visit to Japan!


Smith, Cameron

English Faculty News

Mr Cameron Smith (Faculty Coordinator: English)

English Revision Lecture

We are holding a special English Revision session for Unit 3 and 4 English students - a great opportunity to prepare for end of year exams.

Section A: Station Eleven
Section B: Brooklyn and Reckoning

Week 10 Thursday 14 September at 3:30-5:00pm in the Theatrette

Bring your novels and memoir, pen and paper


Polanske, Ginelle

Learning Diversity News

Ms Ginelle Polanske (Learning Diversity Leader)
NCCD Information for Parents, Carers and Guardians

Please find the link below for access to the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) On School with Disability Information Sheet.

What is the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data?
Schools must now complete the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD) every year. It counts the number of students who receive additional adjustments or “help” at school because of a disability. The NCCD helps governments plan for the needs of students with disability.

For more information on this, please visit:

West, Julia

Arts Faculty News

Ms Julia West (Faculty Coordinator - The Arts)

VCE Art Creative Practice and Visual Communication Design – student centred learning

VCE students of the Arts are currently working on building artworks and designs for their SAT Assessment Folios. The ‘School Assessed Task’ is a documentation of the design and or creative art practice which leads to the creation a final artwork/s or design. Students of both these subjects are now working hard to ensure they satisfy each of the criteria listed on the assessment, and are encouraged to seek feedback from their teacher as they move from different iterations of an idea to a final design. This process is replicated in University Art & Design courses, Architecture and Interior Design studies and Marketing and Advertising productions. In order for students to succeed at the rigours of the SAT they need to add consistent effort and apply different design and art processes to show experimentation and refinement.

These final artworks and design will be exhibited at the VCE Visual Art and Media Showcase Exhibition, opening early Term 4.

The Visual Arts Team wish all the VCE Art Creative Practice and Visual Communication Design Students the best of luck in their endeavours this term.

Jans, Simone

Music News

Ms Simone Jans (Co-Curricular Leader - Music)
Lunchtime Live

Our first lunchtime concert for Semester Two was held on Wednesday 27 July with the Junior Choir challenging themselves to perform their very new song called Climb Higher.

Beautiful performances were also given by the following students:

  • April and Zara – poem in pairs
  • Maggie – drama performance/monologue
  • Aratrika – vocal solo
  • Bridie – violin

Congratulations to our fabulous performers! Thank you to the wonderful audience members who were so encouraging of the performers, particularly our very nervous first time performances.


Showcase Concert

We are excited to present The Showcase Concert – What a Wonderful World. Students who study a musical instrument, perform in the choirs, learn the techniques of speech and drama are performing on Wednesday 2 August in the MMC at Loreto College.

We are very proud to show case the following ensembles;

  • Year 9 Production Class are performing a devised piece of their own creation.
  • Junior Choir and Loreto Blues Choir
  • Junior Band and Senior Band
  • Drumline
  • String Ensemble
  • Flute Ensemble
  • Speech and Drama students and featured soloists

The concert is a wonderful opportunity for performers to learn to play in front of a supportive audience. Playing and performing is an integral part to arts education at Loreto College.

When:   Wednesday 2 August

Time:     7pm to 8.30pm

Where:   Loreto Abbey Theatre - MMC

All parents, staff and friends of the school are welcome to attend.

FREE Admission!

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Carrigg, Jayne

Humanities Faculty News

Ms Jayne Carrigg (Faculty Coordinator: Humanities)

Term 3 has begun with much enthusiasm from staff and students in the teaching and learning of the Humanities at the College.  For our VCE students, this term will see the finalising of their Unit 4 studies and the beginnings of their preparations for the end of year examinations. All students studying a VCE Humanities subject such as Business Management, Legal Studies, History, Global Politics, Business Management and Sociology will have the opportunity to attend a revision lecture provided by the College. These are a valuable opportunity for students to hear from expert presenters in their subject, review key knowledge and key skills and receive strategies and tips for succeeding in the examination. We strongly encourage all students to take up this opportunity and attend these lectures which are usually scheduled to commence from the September holidays onwards. Students will be informed about the details of these lectures by their subject teachers.  

For our year 7-11 students the process of subject selection for 2024 has begun where they are carefully considering their future pathways and subject choices. It is an exciting time. Students are encouraged to seek out information about Humanities subjects that they are interested in from the right sources such as teachers currently teaching the subject, the Careers office and subject guides provided by the College.

Our Year 7 students are currently studying Ancient History in particular, Ancient Rome. This week has seen Ms Snibson’s class have some fun in learning the art of tying a toga. Well done to the students of Year 7 Green in successfully manipulating bed sheets into stylish togas - Julius Caesar would be proud!


Science News

Mr David Barker (Physics Teacher)
Game of Drones 2023

The year 10 Physics class went to the Tech School for a drone experience. As a warm-up they were given a flat-pack model of a drone with no instructions which they had to assemble, promoting excellent collaboration and discussion.

Next, the students were given an anchored drone and the elements of a flight controller. The task was to wire the components together through an Arduino unit and write the code that got each flight stick to control each of the 4 drone motors.

Finally, they also had to navigate a drone through an assault course, but they were not allowed to fly it. Students had to measure the height and distance between obstacles and pre-program the drone to fly the entire course at the press of a single button. All missions were completed successfully, of course.

Russell, Naomi

Health and PE Faculty News

Ms Naomi Russell (Faculty Coordinator: Health and PE)
What a day our runners had on Saturday at the Bundoora Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships! We had some great team results from the day with our Under 14 teams placing 10th and 11th, while our Under 15s came in 7th. Our Under 16s, 17s, and 20s all secured 3rd place and received bronze medals. Additionally, our Under 18s earned 2nd place and took home a silver medal. What an effort against some tough competition!
A special mention to Amali and Bonnie who had great individual results and have been invited to be part of the Victorian U/15 and U/16 teams to compete at the Nationals in Canberra!
Gill, Liam

Co-Curricular Sports News

Mr Liam Gill (Co-Curricular Sport Leader)
BAS Sport for 2023

Please find a link to the list of BAS sports for 2023 below.


Library News

Ms Meghan Douglas (Director of Library Services)
Happy Reading!

Library Website:

Our email:

Our eBook and audiobook collection:

Instagram: Follow us @loretoballaratlibrary


Career News

Ms Jodie Howlett (Careers Coordinator)
In this week's Career News:
  • University Applications Resources
  • University Entry Tests
  • Business Cadetship Program
  • University Open Day information
  • Studying Cyber Security
  • Employability Toolkits
  • Student Exchange
  • Upcoming career events and webinars

Finance News

Conveyance Allowance 2023

The conveyance allowance is a form of financial assistance for parents/carers to transport children to and from school in rural and regional Victoria. Allowances are available for public transport, private car and private bus.

In some locations, students are unable to access free school buses. In these instances, students may receive a conveyance allowance to assist with travel costs.

To be eligible for a conveyance allowance, a student must reside 4.8km or more from the College.
Application forms are available on the Loreto College website or click on the following link, which also provides additional information.

Please note that in 2023 parents who successfully applied and received the Conveyance allowance at Loreto College in 2022 are not required to complete a new application form unless their details have changed – address, mode of transport, etc.


However, to submit a claim Myki receipts or statements or other bus company receipts must be received by the end of each term.

Any enquiries please email

Community News

Congratulations to the following Loreto College students who are involved in the BCMA production of IMAGINE THIS:

  • Freya McGowan
  • Isla Christie
  • Meika Collard

is a collection of musical numbers and scenes, including Tony Award winning musicals A Chorus line (1975) Company (1966) & Dear Evan Hanson (2015), & is set to captivate and engage audiences of all ages.

A quick, fun-filled, musical, combined with ridiculously talented performers, you will be left reeling and pondering what it is that you are supposed to be imagining. Maybe you’ll find out…maybe you won’t. But you’ll enjoy the journey.


Saturday 12 August - 7pm
Sunday 13 August - 2.00pm


Gay Gough Theatre Mt Clear

Tickets $18 - $30: CLICK HERE


The Sweet Owl Hampers 

We needed to bring back happiness, kindness and provide a heart-warming and enriching experience for those that receive our brilliant hampers. Just knowing that you have made someone else’s day by sending them a beautiful gift hamper lets them know how much you care and how much they are appreciated - it is so rewarding and it’s such a beautiful feeling to simply give…

You can choose from corporate hampers, gourmet hampers, newborn hampers, to wellness & pamper hampers, alcoholic and non-alcoholic hampers, we even have hampers that are ideal for the gym junkies, the choice is yours!

Our hampers are perfectly suited for businesses and all occasions and are the perfect way to leave your clients, team members and loved ones feeling very much admired and incredibly valued.

We believe in giving back to our community as well, therefore, The Sweet Owl Hampers proudly supports the On Track Foundation's Soup Bus with every hamper sold.

To view our incredible range of hampers jump onto and we hope you’ll love our Seriously Owlsome Hampers as much as we do!

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