2020 Term 3 Week 10

2020 Term 3 Week 10
From the Rector
As we complete Term 3, we wish everyone a safe and relaxing break over the holidays and hope all come back for Term 4 refreshed. At Saint Ignatius’ College, our students often reflect on this place as being a good community − a place where people feel valued and special, where we are all different, but all children of God, all sisters and brothers to each other. This idea of community and... read more
From the Head of Senior School
The last week of Term 3 has been a busy week at the College. Thank you to all the staff for their work in ensuring these experiences were valuable for our students and families. We had a transition day for students coming new to the College and from the Junior School. There was a Years 7 and 8 Welcome Evening for all new families for 2021. Tom Rehn (Class of 2000) and Marius Zanin (Class of 2005) spoke... read more
From the Director of Teaching and Learning...
  • SENIOR SCHOOL REPORTS
  • STAFF CHANGES FOR TERM 4
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Senior School News
  • Award winning Poetry
  • Aerobics 2020
  • Achilles Cup
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Senior School Sports
  • TERM 3 WEEK 9 SPORTS REPORT
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Arts and Activities
  • A night at the theatre - Alfresco
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Vocational Services Report
  • Flinders Unitest – 2nd sitting at Saint Ignatius’ College
  • Diary Dates
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From the Head of Junior School
Our Year 5 students gathered early on Monday morning for their residential camp this week at Adare Camp and Conference Centre, Victor Harbor. If the chatter of students was anything to go by, they were all incredibly excited to arrive on site after their drive south. Breaking up into their new tribes, students engaged in a number of outdoor team-building activities such as shelter building, the amazing... read more
Junior School News
  • Year 6 Chinese calligraphy workshop
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Junior School Sport
  • Junior School Netball Grand Finals
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Out of School Hours Care
Dear families, As we come to the end of the term, a reminder to please ensure all OSHC accounts are brought to a nil balance by Friday 25 September. You can pay at the service or over the phone with credit card. Vacation care bookings closed on 11 September but we have still been receiving bookings as late as this week. This makes it very difficult to plan for, as final numbers are required to... read more
From the Parents and Friends
  • Ignatian Formation
  • Year 9 Parents Garden Party
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Community Notices
  • High Street Cafe - Mary MacKillop museum
  • CAMPBELLTOWN ART HOUSE - Introducing John Liebelt
  • Campbelltown Council strategic plan Survey
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