2019 Term 3 Week 4
From the Principal
‘Arts in August’ is a term that in recent years has come to be in common use at the College.  Certainly, during the past week, this has been the case for me as I have been fortunate to witness the importance of the arts in our community on three separate occasions. In the middle of last week, I attended the opening night of the Year 12 Drama production ‘Masquerade’ and was... read more
From the Rector
During our consultations for our new strategic plan, Striving for the Magis, and through work done by staff and student groups, the College identified six pairs of virtues we seek in an Ignatian today. Loving and Generous Grateful and Joyful Just and Courageous Faith-filled and Hopeful Curious and Wise Reflective and Discerning In the coming weeks, we will offer a few reflections on these pairs of virtues.... read more
From the Head of Senior School
This week’s Senior School Assembly celebrated the College’s co-curricular program. Students described their experiences during the recent school holidays at the Australian Jesuit Debating Carnival and the JACSA Girls Sports Carnival. Congratulations to all who represented the College at these carnivals with great pride and humility, and to the staff for their support. In a captivating address,... read more
Senior School Sports
  • Catholic Primary Schools Cross Country
  • TERM 3 WEEK 3 SPORTS REPORTS
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Intercol 2019
The annual Intercol sporting competition aims to forge friendship and camaraderie between Saint Ignatius’ College and Mercedes College. Since the first Intercol in 2005, the competition has been both a highlight of and a wonderful conclusion to the winter sports season for staff and students. Senior students from both schools compete for a total of 21 shields across the co-curricular activities... read more
Arts and Activities
  • FESTIVAL OF ARTS CONCERT 'ELECTRIC SOUNDS'
  • THEATRE ARTS
  • Intercol
  • DEBATING RESULTS ROUND 4
  • Public Speaking
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Year 12 Drama - The Book of Everything
The Book of Everything Adapted by Richard Tulloch From the novel by Guus Kuijer Year 12 Drama Exam Performance – Mrs Sheldon’s class Richard Flynn Theatre, Wednesday 21, Thursday 22 and Friday 23 August, 7.30pm Thomas Klopper is 9 – nearly 10 and dreams of only one thing as a young boy, 'when he grows up, he wants to be happy'. Thomas' beautiful acceptance... read more
Vocational Services Report
  • SATAC - first offer round
  • Career Tools
  • Choosing a course - QILT
  • University of Adelaide Parent Information Website
  • University Open Days / Evenings
  • Defence Force Careers
  • Education Statement for teaching applications for 2020
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Foundation Breakfast
  • A breakfast event with special guest speaker, Jess Trengove
  • INTERVIEWER - YEAR 12 STUDENT, LEO JAMES
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2019 Saint Ignatius Art Show
Last weekend the College hosted the 15th Saint Ignatius Art Show. The Friday Opening Night sponsored by Sevenhill Cellars, was a sold-out event and the terrible weather did not keep people away as the crowd descended on the Saint Ignatius' College Junior School. The exhibition was buzzing with excitement and the mood was high, despite the chill. This year we were very proud to exhibit over 600 art... read more
From the Head of Junior School
In celebration of Science Week, the Junior School offered lunchtime activities for interested students from Reception to Year 6. With the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing having occurred this year, ‘Flight’ was chosen as the theme. On Monday and Tuesday, students were challenged to fold a paper plane based on the four main styles of bird flight (glider, drifter, darter, and swooper)... read more
Junior School News
  • BOOK WEEK
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Junior School Sports
  • SACPSSA CROSS COUNTRY CARNIVAL
  • TERM 3 WEEK 3 SPORTS REPORTS
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P&F - From the President
The 2019 Saint Ignatius Art Show Opening Night was held last Friday. It was a great evening, thanks to all the hard work and planning over the last 12 months by the Art Show Committee. Belinda Chhabria and her team of volunteers should be so proud of how their hard work paid off. The weekend saw the café and bar open to the public and it was great to see so many people come through to look at... read more
P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • Year 4 Coffee Morning
  • Year 3 Dad's Drinks
  • Year 5 Dad's Drinks
  • Reception Evening
  • Year 1 Dads and Kids Bowling Day
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Tuckshop Term 3
  • SENIOR SCHOOL ROSTER
  • JUNIOR SCHOOL ROSTER
  • BURGER DAY - FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER
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