2020 Term 3 Week 5

2020 Term 3 Week 5
From the Principal
Last weekend on 15 August, the Feast of the Assumption was celebrated. We had masses at the Senior School on Friday and at the Junior School on Monday. This Marian feast is one of the few remaining holy days of obligation in the Catholic calendar and, whilst the theology is quite complex, the role of Mary, as the mother of Christ, the first disciple, and a female leader in the early Church, is perhaps... read more
Congratulations Mr Anthony Haskell
I learned today that Mr Anthony Haskell, who has held many leadership roles at the College, including Head of English, Faculty Leader for Creative Arts and is currently our Coordinator of Teacher Mentoring, has been appointed to the Committee of the Australian College of Educators (ACE), South Australian Branch. ACE is the oldest professional organisation of educators in Australia representing the needs... read more
From the Head of Senior School
There has been excitement at the senior campus this week as over 100 students signed up to participate in the annual handball tournament. This knockout competition, organised by our Senior Leaders, helps bring our community together at the midway point of Term 3. Our students studying Stage 2 Music performed for their chosen pieces as part of their external examination at the SACE Performance Evening... read more
Wellbeing and Pastoral Care Update
Real Talk Year 7, 8, 10 and 11 students will participate in relationships education delivered by Real Talk as part of curriculum and pastoral programs throughout Term 3. Underpinned by Catholic Christian values, Real Talk is an organisation that presents on the topics of sex, relationships and personal identity. The programs are age-appropriate and dynamic and empower young men and women to... read more
Senior School Sports
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Senior School Co-curricular
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Vocational Services Report
  • “Festival of Your Future” Term 3
  • Careers Resources
  • Career Tools
  • Diary Dates
  • Apprenticeships and Traineeships
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From the Counsellors
Riding the Corona Coaster Across Victoria, students and their families are experiencing challenging times with the state being in various stages of lockdown yet again. However, this second wave of the pandemic is now also beginning to impact other areas of Australia and New Zealand. Riding this corona coaster and navigating the ups and downs of the current reality is proving confronting for many people.... read more
From the Head of Junior School
Science Week: ‘Deep Blue: Innovation for the Future of our Oceans’ is the College theme for National Science Week in 2020. This is an important theme for teachers and their students to focus on. They are always out there creating climates, absorbing carbon dioxide, lapping away at the shoreline, and it is impossible to ignore, as oceans cover more than two-thirds of the Earth’s total... read more
Junior School News
Junior School Student Leadership Update The Junior School Student Leaders have been very busy this term.  Our Liturgy leaders Roshan and Maya, with the assistance of Isaiah, have worked with Ms. Beltrame recording our weekly liturgies and were instrumental in a beautiful role play of Saint Ignatius at the Junior Primary Assembly for our Feast Day. Our Environment Leaders, Liam and Ruby have been... read more
Junior School Sports
  • Bruce Djite Year 3 Soccer Guest Coach
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IEY News
On Wednesday 12 August 2020 children from the four year old program and the three year olds that have been at the IEY for 6 months attended the Patch Theatre Production “Me and My Shadow”. With all our COVID risk assessments checked off, the children set off on a bus ride into the Festival Arts Centre. At three and four years of age the bus ride is an exciting experience in itself and there... read more
From the Parents and Friends
  • Food Truck at Senior School Sport
  • Kiss and Ride Volunteers
  • Meet the Parent Reps - Fiona Atkinson
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Out of School Hours Care
Dear families A reminder that OSHC will be closed in line with the College on Friday 11 September, for the transferred holiday for the Feast of Saint Ignatius. The September/October Vacation Care program is out and available from the OSHC room, College website or the Ignatian. The last day to book Vacation Care is Friday 11 September – any bookings made after this date may not be possible and... read more
Tuckshop Term 3
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