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At this week’s Senior School Assembly, there were reports on the upcoming Blue Week initiatives led by the Regis Senior Leaders, and the Rector’s address. The Concert Choir also performed by singing ‘Skyfall’ by Adele.

20220606 School Assembly.mp4

  • 03:14-06:37 Regis Senior Leaders
  • 07:52-12:27 Musical interlude
  • 13.12-22:16 Rector

Regis Senior Leaders Monica Drusian and Mackensie Kalleske spoke about their plans for Blue Week, an initiative that aims to raise interest about mental health and wellbeing. The students’ focus is to raise awareness of the strategies and positive behaviours to build resilience, and how we as a community can support one another during challenging times.

Father Hosking encouraged us at this halfway point of the term:

It is good to take time to look back when we can and remember in order to savour what was joyful and for which we are grateful, when we did our best, and also to look at our regrets and consider what we may have done better. This helps us know who we are and whose we are.

We have recently celebrated Pentecost, and Father Hosking reminded us that:

The spirit awakens within us − even when there is reason not to − that power to love sincerely, to have hope, to believe, to do good, to be generous, to act justly, to witness to God in our world. This is our mission!

We look forward to putting this in action during National Refugee Week.

Please take note of some special events at the Senior School during week 7:

Queen’s birthday holiday – Monday 13 June

Festival of Arts, Influencers Church, Paradise – Thursday 16 June, 7:00 pm

Feast of the Sacred Heart Mass, Dennett Centre – Friday 17 June

Year 10 vaccinations – Friday 17 June

National Refugee Week – 2022 Theme: Healing, Sunday 19 June to Saturday 25 June

Mr Phil Donato

Head of Senior School

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