2019 Term 4 Week 2
From the Principal
Earlier this week at our Voluntary Student Mass (VSM) on Tuesday morning, staff at the Senior School were able to express their affection for the Class of 2019 through the celebration of the Eucharist. For many years now, this has become part of the rituals of farewell for the departing year. Throughout the year, these voluntary masses have students taking responsibility for key elements in the mass,... read more
From the Rector
Friday 25 October is Bandanna Day, a fundraising and awareness-raising initiative for CanTeen Australia. The Senior School chapel services this week reminded us of those living with cancer. We have students, family members, staff, and Old Ignatians affected by cancer. It is a personal topic for us and can be a struggle for many. Some have lost loved ones − a grandparent, parent, sibling, or a... read more
From the Head of Senior School
The Arts and Activities Awards Night was held on the Bellarmine Lawns last week. Ms Maria Minucci finishes after eight years as Coordinator of Arts and Activities, to become the Curriculum Coordinator of Art next year. The College is deeply grateful for Maria’s creativity and generosity in supporting co-curricular opportunities for students. Maria has been the producer of our musicals, including... read more
SEQTA : Learning Management System
SEQTA : Learning Management System The College is transitioning to a new Learning Management System (LMS) called SEQTA that will more holistically integrate many of the day to day needs of teachers, students and parents/guardians. From the start of this year teachers have been accessing SEQTA Teach to take their class rolls, view teacher’s and student’s timetables and access student information.... read more
From the Head of Studies and Innovation
  • GRAPPLING WITH THE ATAR
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Vocational Services Report
Mentors' Breakfast Last Thursday morning saw the gathering of approximately 80 students and mentors to participate in the College’s annual Mentors' Breakfast. This popular event provides students with a ‘mentor’ from the course/courses that they are investigating in order to gain a behind the scenes view of that course and assist with their decision-making process. As the photos... read more
Arts and Activities
Another year has concluded for Arts and Activities and there have been many notable moments throughout 2019. Last week the College was fortunate to recognise those students who excelled in their chosen Arts or Activity cocurricular for 2019 in the annual Arts and Activities Awards night. Held on the Bellarmine Lawns, the weather was perfect as students and parents enjoyed beautiful food and drink under... read more
Senior School News
  • VEX ROBOTICS COMPETITION
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Senior School Sports
  • Ekiden Relay 2019
  • Rowing Camp 2019
  • Rowing Report – Head of the Port
  • TERM 4 WEEK 1 SPORTS REPORT
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From the Student Counsellors
  • This month on SchoolTV - Resilience 
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From the Head of Junior School
Year 1 Red’s liturgy this week spoke of the gifts and talents we all have. It was wonderful seeing the varying talents that were emanating from just once class! Importantly, we were reminded that we are all special and gifted, as unique children made in the image of God. As parents who deeply love our children, we understand their worth cannot be measured in any test or performance. God’s... read more
Tuckshop Term 4
  • TERM 4 ROSTER - JUNIOR SCHOOL
  • TERM 4 ROSTER - SENIOR SCHOOL
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P&F - From the President
  • COLOUR FUN RUN
  • MELBOURNE CUP LUNCHEON
  • ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
  • COMMITTEE MEETINGS
  • UPCOMING EVENTS
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P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 7 PARENTS CATCH UP
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Family Fun Fair 2020
  • We need our community’s help to make the 2020 Family Fun Fair even bigger, brighter, and more magnificent than it has ever been before! 
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Community Notices
  • CRAFT MARKET - PARA HILLS MODBURY CATHOLIC PARISH
  • ATHELSTONE CFS OPEN DAY
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