2018 Term 3 Week 9

2018 Term 3 Week 9
From the Principal
On Thursday last week, Grandparents and Special Friends Morning was held at the Junior School. It was a glorious spring morning, and the church was filled to overflowing with guests for the Reception-led liturgy. The morning tea afterwards was lovely too, but I will leave it to others to report more fully on the activity itself. I would prefer to devote my attention here to the wider issue of the key... read more
From the Rector
Our Senior School Assembly this week reflected on immersions and the theme of service. Several of our students spoke powerfully about their experience of service. We see service as a process of building relationships with others, not just doing something for others. The experience of relationships with people in need ignites our generosity. Such accompaniment can enable those who are invisible, voiceless,... read more
Ignatian Ethos
This week I will share with you the third characteristic of a Jesuit education based on Ignatius’ World View. Saint Ignatius believed….the freedom to respond to God’s love is not automatic. Aided and strengthened by the redeeming love of God, we are engaged in an ongoing struggle to recognise and work against the obstacles that block freedom, including the effects of sinfulness, while... read more
From the Head of Senior School
At this week’s chapel service, we have focussed on the College’s Immersion Program. Mr Andrew Dodson, who has led many groups of students to India, Cambodia and Vietnam, and Bathurst Island, presented this personal reflection of his experiences. When immersions were first introduced to the College, they were referred to as ‘Journeys of the Heart’, as one of the aims of the experience... read more
From the Head of Junior School
Imagination plays a central role in our lives, whether we are an adult or a child. While imagination is often mistaken for ‘make believe’ and seen as detached or out of touch from reality, our education views it far differently. Where memory recall, once thought of so highly in education, is seen as a lower-level order of thinking, imagination is linked to the higher-order processing skills... read more
Junior School Sports
  • JUNIOR SCHOOL SPORT REPORT TERM 3 WEEK 8
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Out of School Hours Care
  • OCTOBER VACATION CARE
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From the Parents & Friends
  • MELBOURNE CUP LUNCHEON
  • ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
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Community Notices
  • SCHOOL HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES AT BURNSIDE LIBRARY
  • LITTLE TENNIS STARS SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLINIC
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Tuck Shop Rosters
  • TERM 3 SENIOR SCHOOL ROSTER
  • TERM 3 JUNIOR SCHOOL ROSTER
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