2019 Term 1 Week 10

2019 Term 1 Week 10
From the Principal
On Saturday our Parents and Friends once again organised the annual Family Fair at the Senior School. Whilst the weather was a little inclement in the lead-up, on the actual day it was quite pleasant and enabled the fair to be a wonderful community event. Our musicians from the Junior School and Senior School provided us with high-quality entertainment and performances, and I am very grateful to all... read more
From the Rector
At our Senior School Assembly this week, I spoke about how impressive New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, had been since the attack on the mosques in Christchurch. In the days that followed, there were tears, flowers, prayers, and hakas. Jacinda Ardern shone as she comforted the afflicted, reassured school children, and announced a ban on military-style semi-automatic and assault rifles.... read more
Ignatian Ethos
Image Above: The Loyola Basilica in Azpeitia This weekend the participants in the European Cultural Tour depart on their journey. During the tour they will be visiting some significant sites from the life of Ignatius. This led me to considering that readers may be interested in learning a little about some famous Ignatius sites. Loyola, in the Basque region of Spain, was the birthplace of Ignatius.... read more
From the Head of Senior School
We approach the final week of Term 1 and recognise the great effort of our students in both their academic and co-curricular endeavours. It has been wonderful to visit our teams representing the College as part of the busy sport program, and we look forward to supporting the teams in play-offs for the girls this weekend. At the recent Senior School Assembly, Father Hosking addressed the students and... read more
Senior School News
Year 11 Religious Education Caroline Chisholm Community Service and Social Justice Focus - Weeks 9 and 10 With the encouragement of the Rector Fr Hosking SJ, the Year 11 Religious Education Program has been widened to include a focus on Social Justice initiatives. Jayne Shortt from Vinnies led the students in a discussion on poverty and just how difficult it is for people who are on a low income to... read more
The Importance of Being Earnest
Court Theatre Company is thrilled to present The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde. A trivial comedy for serious people, directed by Anthony Haskell, CTC Artistic Director. This witty and buoyant farce, written by Oscar Wilde, introduces us to Jack and Algernon, two charming bachelors who are each living a double life aided by a fictional alter ego called “Ernest.” But when they... read more
Music Department News
Private Music Tuition Lesson Reminder If your child is to be absent from a private music tuition lesson, you must advise the music tutor directly. The Instrumental Tutor will charge for lessons which have been missed by students for no explanation. Instrumental Tutors will not charge for lessons which have been missed by students for reasons of illness and/or absenteeism from the College provided that... read more
Senior School Sports
  • TERM 1 WEEK 9 - SENIOR SCHOOL SPORTS REPORTS
  • HEAD OF THE RIVER
  • CROWS CUP
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Vocational Services
  • WORK EXPERIENCE FORMS
  • YEAR 11 CAREERS EXCURSION AND TERTIARY CAREERS EXPO
  • NATIONAL CAREERS WEEK - SAINT IGNATIUS' COLLEGE
  • ANU ADELAIDE VISIT
  • Holiday Courses - Academy of Interactive Entertainment
  • Work Experience in Palaeontology
  • School Holidays Engineering Experience
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From the Student Counsellors
  • SCHOOL TV: TRAUMA
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Homework Club
Homework club is open to all students and provides a quiet space to complete homework under the supervision and guidance of teaching staff. Homework club runs after school from 3:45pm until 4:45pm. Details of days, locations and supervising staff are listed below: Middle Years Homework Club for students in Years 7, 8 and 9 Tuesdays in BE323 with Ms Anne Clancy (Middle Years Coordinator of Adaptive Education)... read more
From the Head of Junior School
Fundamental to the characteristics of any Jesuit school is the emphasis on mutual respect and positive relationships, not only between students and staff, but between students themselves. Positive relationships will flourish where students feel they are individually cared for and respected among their own peers. Within this climate of mutual respect and trust, students not only become more accepting... read more
Junior School Sports
  • TERM 1 WEEK 9 - JUNIOR SCHOOL SPORTS REPORTS
  • CONGRATULATIONS ISABELLE CHERRY
  • Crows Cup Girls' Football Carnival
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Ignatius Early Years Carpark
Dear Parents and Guardians A reminder to all Junior School parents that the Early Years carpark is for the youngest of our families. If you have a Junior School child and an IEY child, we still ask families to park and walk. This means that the IEY carpark is used solely for IEY children and families with Under 3s. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. Kind Regards Rosemary Allen Head Ignatius... read more
From the OSHC Director
Dear Families Please finalise all OSHC accounts in full by Friday 12 April; remembering to include all Week 11 fees. A reminder that Vacation Care bookings close Friday 5 April (details below), any bookings made after that date may not be possible and will incur a $20.00 late fee. As I will be away on long service leave during Week 11, please forward all queries to Rebecca Graham via email –... read more
P&F - From the President
  • FAMILY FUN FAIR
  • P&F COMING EVENTS
  • PARENT REPS - CLASS EVENTS
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P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 1 - MUM'S NIGHT
  • YEAR 6 - BOTTLE AND PLATE NIGHT
  • YEAR 12 - MUM'S DINNER
  • YEAR 12 - DAD'S NIGHT
  • YEAR 8 - MUM'S DRINKS
  • YEAR 2 MUM'S NIGHT
  • YEAR 6 MUM'S DRINKS
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Tuckshop Menus & Rosters
  • TUCKSHOP ROSTERS
  • TUCKSHOP MENUS
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Easter Mass Times
  • CHAPEL OF THE HOLY NAME, ATHELSTONE
  • ST IGNATIUS CHURCH, NORWOOD
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St Ignatius Church - Pews For Sale

CHURCH PEWS FOR SALE

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