2019 Term 1 Week 9

2019 Term 1 Week 9
From the Principal
During the past week I have spent time at two significant co-curricular events that many in our community would have little knowledge or awareness of. Their relative anonymity may provide challenges for organisers and participants in some ways, yet at the same time I suspect it may add strength to the bonds between those committed to their cause. The first of these events was the Head of the River rowing... read more
From the Rector
One of the horrors of the killings in Christchurch was the way it was filmed, uploaded, and viewed by people. Filming murder and having a carrier stream it live is disturbing. It is a grim reminder that there are some very dark matters communicated on the web. The New Zealand police and prime minister were quick to call social media sites to account. The terrorist clearly believed he had an audience,... read more
From the Head of Senior School
We held a special prayer service on Tuesday 26 March in solidarity with those affected by the Christchurch tragedy. The service was attended by over 200 staff and students who voluntarily gave up part of their lunchtime to remember those in Christchurch. Peter Coffey shared the following words: “This terrible evil that has been inflicted on the world in Christchurch has brought together so many... read more
Arts and Activities
Dear Parents and Guardians It’s that time of year again as the gigantic clown face entrance that was painted for Theatre Arts by past staff member, Mr John Liebelt and former students has been put up to announce the Family Fun Fair this Saturday. It will again feature many of our talented students in a variety of singing and band ensembles. We hope that you enjoy the day! Information and instructions... read more
Music Department News
  • PRIVATE MUSIC TUITION LESSON REMINDER
  • SENIOR SCHOOL MUSIC CAMP (5 MAY - 7 MAY 2019)
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Senior School Sports
  • TERM 1 WEEK 8 - SPORTS REPORTS
  • CATHOLIC CO-ED ATHLETICS CARNIVAL
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From the Student Counsellors
Wellbeing Matters Everyone, no matter what their age or stage of life, wants to feel happy and connected within their community. At Saint Ignatius’ College, in response to the Ignatian characteristic of cura personalis, we endeavour to ensure every student feels known and valued throughout their time at school, developing a strong sense of belonging. In order to belong, it is helpful young people... read more
Homework Club
  • MIDDLE YEARS HOMEWORK CLUB (Years 7, 8, 9)
  • SENIOR YEARS HOMEWORK CLUB (Years 10, 11, 12)
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From the Head of Junior School
While Reception children have been looking at butterflies, our Year 4 children have been up close and personal with the wilds of Africa and South America! Sleeping overnight in our Zoo Snooze program at Adelaide Zoo, they have enjoyed listening to the lions roar on their own private twilight tour. Integrating STEM, geography of South America and Africa, mapping skills, and report writing, our children... read more
Junior School Sports
  • TERM 1 WEEK 8 - SPORTS REPORTS
  • CONGRATULATIONS - ANTHONY CAPOBIANCO
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From the OSHC Director

APRIL VACATION CARE

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Family Fun Fair
  • WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP!
  • FAIR PROGRAM
  • FAIR MAP
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P&F - From the President
  • FROM THE PRESIDENT
  • P&F COMING EVENTS 
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P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 2 - COFFEE MORNING
  • 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
  • SAVE THE DATE - MAY EVENTS
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Tuckshop Menus & Rosters
  • TUCKSHOP MENUS
  • TUCKSHOP ROSTERS
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St Ignatius Church Norwood

CHURCH PEWS FOR SALE

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