2019 Term 1 Week 5

2019 Term 1 Week 5
From the Principal
Last week we held our first assembly for the year at the Senior School. Our guest was Seb Ricci who was Dux of the Class of 2018 and a recipient of a Governor’s Commendation Award at the recent SACE Merit Ceremony. Seb is a gifted young man in many ways, one of which is as a talented and witty public speaker, and his presentation to our assembly was further evidence of this. We also heard from... read more
From the Rector
Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of the season of Lent. At our Junior School liturgy this week, Year 6 Gold gave a good presentation on Lent and how we can love and serve others. In the chapel services at the Senior School, our Liturgy Captain, Emily Flaherty, spoke about Lent and random acts of kindness we can do each day. Emily noted that in the Catholic tradition we often... read more
Ignatian Ethos
I have focussed on the Examen and the importance of reflection in our lives over the last two weeks. Many people need a helping hand with this, especially to get started. Loyola Centre of Ignatian Spirituality based at Norwood run a number of programmes throughout the year, I have included the link to the programmes they are running this year. http://www.loyolaspirituality.org.au/programs/ Centres... read more
From the Head of Senior School
Term 1 is always filled with many great opportunities for the community to make new connections, and it was wonderful to meet many families at the recent Welcome Back to School Picnic at the Junior School. Thank you to all the families who supported this event, and to the Parents and Friends for their great work for this initiative. As we reach the half-way point of the term, the students are starting... read more
Senior School News
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Senior School Sports
  • School Sport Triathlon State Championships
  • Catholic Co-Ed Swimming Carnival 2019
  • Term 1 Week 4 Senior School Sport Reports
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Vocational Services Report
  • Year 10 Work Experience Program
  • Year 11 and 12 Work Experience
  • National Careers Week
  • UCAT seminar MedEssentials
  • Want to study in the USA?
  • Australian Defence Force Careers Information Sessions
  • Tertiary Studies and Careers Expo Adelaide 2019
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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
Language Tutors
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From the Head of Junior School
Where it is our sincere hope for our students to develop their God-given potential, all are encouraged to extend themselves and take risks within the safety of an environment in which they are valued. The introduction of iPads from Years 3-5 provides the College with an opportunity for students to extend themselves as native language learners in a digitally diverse world. This week we ran the last of... read more
Junior School Sports
  • Term 1 Week 4 junior School Sport Reports.
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Tuck Shop - Ash Wednesday
Parents/students please note that next Wednesday 6 March is Ash Wednesday. The Tuck Shop will not be serving red meat. Pies, etc will be chicken or tuna, sushi will be as on the menu. Anything ordered with red meat will be substituted on this day. Thank you. Mrs Rosalie Forth Tuck Shop Manager read more
From the Parents and Friends
  • House Athletics Day - Bake Stall
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Tuckshop Menus and Rosters
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