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On Friday 27 October, we celebrated World Teachers’ Day and that evening, we were blessed to be able to celebrate the Valete Mass in the Saint Ignatius Church at Norwood with our Year 12s and parents, followed by a celebration with refreshments in the new Mary Glowrey Centre. This Eucharist was a meaningful occasion for our Valedictorians, and they received their missioning Cross and later a copy of the book Finding God’s Traces by Michael McGirr. Charlie Anderson gave a toast to the parents, Jemima Davies gave a toast to the College, and David Harben toasted the Class of 2024 in his usual humorous way. David Harben also announced to the community that he will retire this year after 40 wonderful years of service to the community. The College will formally farewell David at the end of the year. We are most grateful to those who made this is an enjoyable evening for the graduating class and their families.

Our Senior Leaders for 2024 were commissioned at a special Mass in the chapel on Tuesday night, and at Speech Day we took the opportunity to present them to the community. Supported by their peers, the Class of 2024 will undoubtedly provide their unique interpretation of what it means to be people for others in our ever-changing world today. Father Hosking, in his homily, invited the leaders to be part of our mission, to shape the minds and hearts of the students and make the world a better place for everyone. May the Spirit of Inigo be with them on this exciting journey as they build a community of love and compassion.

We wish our Year 12 students well as they begin their written SACE examinations.

Phil Donato
Head of Senior School

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