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2019 Term 4 Week 8
Mass Schedule - December/January
Chapel of the Holy Name Saint Ignatius’ College, 2 Manresa Court, Athelstone Advent Sunday Masses 9.00am on 1, 8, 15, 22 December Christmas Eve service on Tuesday 24 December on the Bellarmine Lawns will commence with Carols at 7.00pm, followed by Vigil Mass at 7.30pm There is no Mass at Athelstone on Christmas Day 9.00am Sunday Masses resume on Sunday 26 January 2020 Weekday 8.00am Wednesday... read more
Music Theatre Camp 2020 - ‘Found’...
With the end of year and January school holidays looming, award-winning production company Pelican Productions is once again excited to present MTC 2020 – 'FOUND'. In its sixteenth year, MTC takes the best of the best from Broadway and the West End and presents a music theatre performance like no other.  This year's performance includes some of the newest shows wowing audiences... read more
Community Notices
  • LITTLE TENNIS STARS
  • WALKERVILLE NETBALL CLUB
  • POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME (PCOS) RESEARCH STUDY
  • EASTERN UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB
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P&F - From the President
Dear Parents and Caregivers With the end of another busy year upon us, the Parents and Friends Committee would like to thank all our volunteers and community, who helped make our events so successful. We’d also like to thank the convenors of the various events - your hard work and hours of planning is greatly appreciated. We take this opportunity to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season, a... read more
Ignatian Virtues Design Challenge
This term in Design, the Year 7, 9 and 10 classes were involved in the Ignatian Virtues Design Challenge. There were many outstanding posters across all year levels and all participants are to be commended on their efforts. We would like to congratulate the following class and overall year level winners on their fine achievements. Mrs Liz Wedge Curriculum Coordinator Art & Design Year 7 Design –... read more
Out of School Hours Care
Dear Families Please note that bookings for Vacation Care have now closed! For those booked in, we ask that you please arrive by the advertised time for excursion days. It is important that all children are present for the safety talks given prior to leaving the College. Children arriving late puts pressure on educators to ensure correct numbers and also creates delays for the whole group. There are... read more
Junior School Sports
  • SPORTS REPORTS - TERM 4 WEEK 7
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Old Ignatian Art News
Congratulations to Olivia Bradley (Class of 2017) for her winning artwork for the Premier’s Be Active Challenge Poster for 2020. Olivia was also in the same Year 12 Art Class as Jake Yang who won the Premier’s Reading Challenge Poster for 2020. Mrs Liz Wedge Curriculum Coordinator Art and Design Above: Olivia Bradley's Premier's Be Active Challenge poster Above: Jake Yang's Premier’s... read more
Junior School News
  • CHINESE AWARDS NIGHT
  • STEM - Reception
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Vocational Services Report
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Coastal Youth Ambassadors Training Program Are you 13-15 years old? Love the beach and the outdoors? Want to learn how to protect our environment? The Coastal Youth Ambassadors Training Program gives young people the training and resources to immerse yourself in the marine environment in order to protect the coast through exciting activities like kayaking and snorkelling! The... read more
From the Head of Junior School
What might that baby, born of Mary so many years ago, mean for us?  What is the relevance of the Christmas message some 2000 years on? In the same way that God’s love broke into the world through the birth of Jesus, we were all born to make manifest the love and hope that God has for each one of us. Where our children reached out as individuals and as a school to communities beyond our gates,... read more
From the Head of Senior School
This is the first week in our liturgical year. The Advent season is a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. This continual coming of Jesus, as for the first time, inspires us as we say goodbye to students at the end of term, to have great hope for them in the year that awaits. The end of a year is a great opportunity to celebrate all that... read more
From the Rector
As we come to the end of another year, Mr Coffey and I thank all our staff, our families, and our students. Hopefully we can find time during the Christmas period to thank God for the opportunities given this year: for the joys shared, and the challenges faced. Many will engage in College activities over the holidays through immersions to India and to Cambodia and Vietnam, Kairos, or the JACSA Tennis... read more
From the Principal
As our school year draws to a close this week and the end of 2019 looms, our Church year begins again with the season of Advent. To suggest that this is a bit incongruous is not unreasonable, but many things associated with Christmas are. Some of this incongruity is associated with the simple fact that seasons in the southern hemisphere are at odds with the northern hemisphere, and so much of the narrative... read more
Ignatian Ethos
Last weekend we celebrated with the Year 12 cohort as they departed the College to “go and set the world alight”. Ignatius often signed off his letters to his fellow Jesuits with “ite, inflammate omnia” – “go, set the world on fire”. Possibly to deter the defence of anyone suffering from pyromania, fire has become alight! It is heartening to ponder... read more
Senior School Music News
  • Instrumental Music Tutor retirement - GREG KNIGHT
  • CO-CURRICULAR MUSIC EVENTS 2020
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From the Student Counsellors
SchoolTV SPECIAL REPORT: Eco-Anxiety The recent media coverage of climate change activist, Greta Thunberg, not only helped raise awareness of this issue, but it has also instilled fear in many young people. Children around the world are feeling caught up by the magnitude of environmental issues. This is now known as ‘eco-anxiety’. Anecdotal reports suggest that children of all ages, even... read more
Out of School Hours Care
  • VACATION CARE - 29 NOVEMBER CLOSING DATE
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Junior School Sports
  • SPORTS REPORTS - TERM 4 WEEK 6
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Junior School News
  • MARY MACKILLOP LIBRARY BEQUEST
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Senior School News
  • SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES AWARDS (JAPANESE & VIETNAMESE)
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Senior School Sports
  • SPORTS REPORT - TERM 4 WEEK 6
  • STATE RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS
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P&F - From the President
Hello Parents, Guardians and Friends The new Parents and Friends Committee for 2020 will hold their first meeting on Tuesday 3 December, 7.00pm at the Junior School. This will be a planning meeting to start looking at all the events for 2020. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you have any questions or if you are considering joining the Parents and Friends Committee, but wish to know more,... read more
From the Head of Junior School
Our midyear Receptions, ably supported by 4 Gold, provided a wonderful account of the Nativity in preparation for Christmas. We were reminded that at our birthdays we provide gifts, and at Christmas we give love. Congratulations to the Student Leadership elect of 2020 listed below who were commissioned this week. Jesuit spirituality provides a very clear and distinctive model of servant-leadership built... read more
From the Head of Senior School
This week our Year 10 and 11 students completed their examinations. Several Year 11 students will begin immersions to Cambodia and Vietnam, and to India, this weekend. On Wednesday night we had the Mass of Commissioning, where the pilgrims, staff, and families gathered to mark the beginning of a special journey: a journey with a sacred purpose and a special... read more
From the Rector
We speak of this being a place of community of students, families, and staff. This was evident in our Valete celebration last weekend. Many of the speeches reflected on the value system of personal integrity and social conscience that we associate with a Jesuit education. We want our students to go forth and to make the world fairer, better, more honest, more just, more decent, more humanely uplifting,... read more
From the Principal
In my role at the College, I am fortunate to participate in a wide range of activities that provide me with some unique insights into our community. Occasionally there is an extraordinary juxtaposition of events, which causes me to reflect even more deeply on just how fortunate and blessed Saint Ignatius’ College is. I had an experience of this at the start of this week with the Valete celebrations... read more
Head of Studies and Innovation
You might have noticed from the articles I have written this year the reoccurring theme of the ‘changing face of education’. More recently, I have made reference to the debates surrounding the relevance of NAPLAN and ATAR scores, in addition to ongoing conversations nationally and internationally about the need to educate our students in a way that prepares them for their futures, rather... read more
Community Notices
  • LITTLE TENNIS STARS
  • WALKERVILLE NETBALL CLUB
  • POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME (PCOS) RESEARCH STUDY
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Ignatian Ethos
  • Gratitude leads to Generosity
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Community Notices
  • WALKERVILLE NETBALL CLUB
  • POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME (PCOS) RESEARCH STUDY
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Senior School News
  • Middle School Ethics Olympiad
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Out of School Hours Care
Dear Families, The December/January Vacation Care program is out now and filling fast! Remember bookings close strictly Friday 29 November. You can find a booklet at the OSHC desk, or click HERE to view the program. A reminder that Vacation Care bookings will not be accepted without the consent/booking forms and payment. Verbal bookings will not be accepted. Please consider the number of bookings we... read more
Senior School Sports
  • TERM 4 WEEK 5 SPORTS REPORT
  • ROWING REPORTS
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Junior School Sports
  • TERM 4 WEEK 5 SPORTS REPORT
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News from the Mary MacKillop Library
St Vincent de Paul Giving Tree The St Vincent de Paul Giving Tree in the library is looking fabulous with lots of generous gifts already donated. Many children enjoy buying a gift for a child their age that they would like themselves. Please choose a tag from the tree and donate a present to a child in need.  We are also collecting food in classrooms and Ignatius Early Years are collecting pyjamas... read more
Tuckshop Term 4
  • TERM 4 ROSTER - JUNIOR SCHOOL
  • TERM 4 ROSTER - SENIOR SCHOOL
  • STOCK - RUN DOWN MODE
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USA Music Tour
The College is currently inviting expressions of interest from parents/caregivers for students who would like to attend the January 2021 USA Music Tour. If you have a child that plays a musical instrument/s or sings; is in Years 9, 10, 11 or 12 in 2020 and would like to experience art, music and drama, visiting and performing in schools and churches in America, in places such as San Francisco,... read more
Junior School News
  • REMEMBRANCE DAY - YEAR 6
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Entertainment Book - All Year Round
The Gift of Entertainment is a new Digital Membership valid for 12 months from the day of activation. It is available in a Single City or Multi City Membership and 20% of the sale from each Membership supports the College. Click HERE to buy now. read more
P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
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P&F - From the President
Dear Parents and Caregivers The new Parents and Friends Committee for 2020 will hold their first meeting together on Tuesday 3 December, 7:00pm at the Junior School. This meeting will be a planning meeting to start looking at all the events for 2020. By now you should have received a survey asking for volunteer helpers at the P&F events, as well as a call out for Parent Reps for 2020.... read more
From the Head of Junior School
Would you have noticed the star in the sky? Or would you have been too busy and distracted? Under the shade of our trees and with a fresh morning breeze, our outdoor liturgy this week focused on Advent as a time of expectation, preparation, and hope. Amidst the pageants of Adelaide and Norwood and all that needs to be done in the lead-up to our own family Christmas preparations, we might ask what all... read more
From the Head of Senior School
On Wednesday night we had the presentation of the sports awards for Year 3 to 9 students at the Norwood Town Hall. Our guest speaker was Nathan Dignam who is an Old Ignatian from the class of 2014. After he had left school, he took up ultimate frisbee and went on to represent Australia at the recent world championships. He shared a bit about the sport. If there is a dispute, the players discuss the... read more
From the Rector
One of the Jesuits murdered 30 years ago last week in El Salvador was Ignacio Ellacuría. He was the Rector of the University of Central America and a respected philosopher and theologian. He put forth a vision of a university in an address at Santa Clara University in 1982. It struck me how the vision is still contemporary and can apply to any educational endeavour including our College at Saint... read more
From the Principal
I think that we all understand the potential power and influence of symbols in a community. We sometimes talk about statements being symbolic or even individuals symbolising something greater than themselves. Whatever of that, the symbols that we display at our College are significant for what they convey about us and what we view as important. I refer to this here because last week at our IEY, the... read more
Vocational Services Report
  • SAE CREATIVE MEDIA INSTITUTE OPEN NIGHT
  • Aerospace Careers – Jobs of the Future STEM careers
  • Defence Industries Pathways Program (DIPP17) Course Details
  • SACE / SATAC Diary Dates
  • TAFE DATES
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From the Head of Junior School
In this week’s liturgy, the College conducted a Remembrance Day service in which class 4 Red spoke of sacrifice in service of others. This adage is certainly familiar to our students, as we encourage our youth to play their role in the wider world as young men and women for others. Our Year 6 students progressed to Osmond Terrace where they participated in the local remembrance service in the... read more
Year 9 STAR Group Australian War Research...

Our Year 9 STAR Group (Student Teams of Action and Reflection) this year is conducting research on members of our Ignatian community's extended family who have served in the Defence Force during the wars Australia has been involved in.

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Ignatius Early Years Mosaic

After lots of ideas and work from the children at Ignatius Early Years our mosaic went up earlier this week.

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Ignatian Ethos
Last week, the Province based programme, Ignis 2 was held at Sevenhill. In this retreat style experience, we spend time with some of the prayers from Michael Hansen SJ’s First Spiritual Exercises. We realised the benefits of slowing down and taking time to appreciate all that is good in our lives and taking time to reflect and pray. The staff who participated spoke of a new clarity to their ministry... read more
Year 12 Art & Design Exhibition

On Friday 8 November, the Year 12 Art and Design Exhibition was held in the St Peter Faber Building and was opened by the Rector of the College, Father Peter Hosking SJ.

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Junior School Environment Club
The Environment Club constructed and painted 6 nest boxes, as part of The Woolworths Junior Landcare Grant. Students were excited to see them installed in the trees bordering the oval on the Junior School campus, and now hope to monitor their habitation by local wildlife. Image 1:  Joshua van der Linden of 6 Gold and Genevieve Lim of 2 Gold nailing on the front panel Image 2:  Parrot nest... read more
Senior School News
  • NATIONAL JUNIOR LEGACY PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • ANCQ NATIONAL CHEMISTRY QUIZ
  • YEAR 10 STEAM PROJECTS
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OSHC
Dear Families A reminder that OSHC is taking part in the Norwood Christmas Pageant with IEY and families. If you would like to attend with your child/children please return the consent form to OSHC by Monday 18th November. This event will take place on Saturday 23rd November and we have not had many forms back yet. All children participating must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, unless in Year 6... read more
P&F - From the President
  • P&F ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
  • COLLEGE EVENTS
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P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 7 PARENT CATCH-UP
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From the Head of Senior School
As the Year 11 students have now taken residence at the Year 12 tables in the undercoft, they have also identified themselves as our College leaders for 2020, and it is now their time to leave their mark and make a difference for the good. Newly elected College Captains, Zara Toffoli and Silas Hansch-Maher, as well as the 2020 vice-captains and Senior Leaders, and all the Class of 2020, will lead the... read more
From the Rector
Last week, Jesuit Fr General, Arturo Sosa launched Jesuit Schools: A Living Tradition in the 21st Century – An Ongoing Exercise of Discernment. The document assists Jesuit schools around the world reflect on the particular challenges and opportunities of our time. Click here to view the document. Art and Design Exhibition Last Friday we launched the Year 12 Art and Design Exhibition. Twenty-three... read more
From the Principal
On Monday, many of us in Australia paused for one or two minutes as part of an acknowledgement of Remembrance Day. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first Armistice Day in 1919, with the day’s name being changed after World War II to Remembrance Day, in recognition of the fact that the honouring of the fallen was no longer restricted to those in World War I. In more recent years, Remembrance... read more
Junior School Sports
  • KA3 JUNIOR AUSTRALIAN ULTIMATE CLUB RACER CHAMPIONSHIP
  • TERM 4 WEEK 4 SPORTS REPORT
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Junior School News
  • MAYOR'S CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION
  • FESTIVE GALLERY ON OSMOND COMPETITION
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Senior School Sports
  • SAPSASA CRICKET AND TENNIS CARNIVALS
  • ATHLETICS - INTERCLUB
  • SENIOR SCHOOL SPORTS REPORTS - TERM 4 WEEK 4
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Community Notices
  • ATHELSTONE CFS OPEN DAY
  • LITTLE TENNIS STARS - DECEMBER HOLIDAY SPECIAL
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P&F - From the President
Hello Parents and Guardians We've had a very busy and thoroughly enjoyable week of events and we're now looking forward to the Annual General Meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend the AGM and to nominate to join the Parents and Friends Committee for 2020. It is very rewarding to be part of this committee, so I encourage and invite anyone who is thinking of joining to come along on... read more
P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 4 COFFEE
  • YEAR 7 PARENTS CATCH UP
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Vocational Services Report
  • CICA National Careers Webinar for Parents
  • Year 8 World of Work Program
  • VET
  • Naval Shipbuilding College / What’s a Naval Architect?
  • TAFE
  • SACE / SATAC Diary Dates
  • Subject-based admission University of Adelaide
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Senior School Sports
  • TERM 4 WEEK 3 SPORTS REPORT
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Junior School News
  • Year 2 LegoWorks Incursion
  • Year 2 History Lesson with Father Hosking
  • Sketches School on the iPad
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Junior School Sports
  • TERM 4 WEEK 3 SPORTS REPORT
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From the Head of Junior School
In celebration of All Saints and All Souls Day Mass on Monday, we were reminded of Fr Peter Hosking’s words on Speech Day: “Saints are ordinary people. Presumably, they have doubts and make mistakes as we all do, but somehow have the strength to rise above the world and allow God’s spirit to work through them in loving service.” At the same event, the College Principal, Mr Peter... read more
From the Head of Senior School
Last Friday at Speech Day, we gathered as a community to celebrate the academic achievements of our students. We are proud of all our students. I was moved by the speeches from our College Captains, Francesca Cehic and Leo James. Francesca encouraged students to maintain a sense of self-belief while at school, replacing I can’t do this with let... read more
From the Rector
We celebrated the Feast of All Saints at our Junior School and Senior School liturgies this week with Fr Gerry Healy SJ as our principal celebrant. Father Gerry is on the Board of Saint Ignatius’ College, Adelaide, and visits the College several times a year from Melbourne. He has held senior roles in a number of Jesuit schools and universities over a long period of time. Father Gerry reminded... read more
From the Principal
This week our Parents & Friends group conducted two very successful community events. The first, on Sunday, was the inaugural ‘Colour Fun Run’, whilst on Tuesday, the annual Melbourne Cup Luncheon held at Hula Hoop was enjoyed by all who attended. The Colour Fun Run also hosted the end-of-year picnic at the Junior School, and was a specific fundraiser for the new building project at... read more
P&F - From the President
  • Melbourne Cup Luncheon
  • Colour Fun Run
  • annual general meeting
  • Committee Meetings
  • UPCOMING EVENTS
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Senior School News
Australasian Philosothon Success! On Tuesday night, 29 October, a team of Saint Ignatius' students travelled to Prince Alfred College in order to participate in the annual South Australian Philosothon. The team had been practising for this event during Terms 3 and 4 and it was the first time the school had entered this competition. The team consisted of: Year 8 - Timothy Wilson, Year 9 - Emilie... read more
Sports and Special Photos
Parents/caregivers can view and purchase Sports and Special Photos photos on our website ios.academyphoto.com.au using the following secure shoot keys. Aerobics – 557ZP9SN Badminton – AR5D52TA Basketball – K434SF7P Co-Curricular – A4XZVBZN Cricket – KJY7A8X8 Football – KE4DRTQF Music – BW2TKW9A Netball – H63YM6WU Other Sports – 5KTNBJSX Soccer –... read more
Out of School Hours Care
Dear families Tuesday 5 November is Melbourne Cup Day, this is a normal dismissal time however numbers are very high in OSHC. Families must book or cancel these days through OSHC, via phone call or email. If you choose to email, please do so before 2.00pm on the day via oshc@ignatius.sa.edu.au. Any emails received after 2.00pm may not be seen.   The December/January Vacation Care dates... read more
Junior School Sports
  • YEAR 5/6 GIRLS’ FOOTBALL COMPETITION
  • TERM 4 WEEK 2 SPORTS REPORT
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Junior School News
  • BEES-WAX WRAPS
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Senior School Sports
  • All Schools State Championships
  • Indoor Rowing Championships
  • TERM 4 WEEK 2 SPORTS REPORT
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From the Student Counsellors
Earlier this year School TV published a special report about exam stress. At this time of year with exams coming up later in the term, it may be timely to revisit some of the wisdom offered in the report. Suggestions around responding to anxiety, eating, sleeping and exercise are all contained in the reports which you may wish to access. Click HERE to view the Special Report: Year 12 Exam Stress... read more
From the Head of Senior School
As our senior students are approaching the middle week of Term 4, we realise that there is still a great journey ahead, with events such as the upcoming Year 11 Drama production – Amelia Bradshaw turns Eight, the start of the Year 9 STAR program, and the Year 10 STEAM presentations. At Speech Day we take the opportunity to present to the community our Senior Leaders for the following... read more
From the Rector
We celebrated Speech Day on the Feast of All Saints this year. The word Saint in the New Testament refers to any believer in whom Christ dwells. Saints are ordinary people who rise above the world, and give themselves in loving service. Presumably, they have doubts and make mistakes as we all do, but somehow have the strength to trust in God and allow God’s spirit to work through them. There is... read more
From the Principal
At Speech Day today, the following Year 11 students were presented to our community as leaders for 2020: College Captains: Silas Hansch-Maher and Zara Toffoli College Vice-Captains: Captain of Liturgy – Alyssa Booth Captain of Social Justice – Felix Kimber Captain of Campion House – Emily Washer Captain of Kostka House – Liam Cates Captain of Regis House – Lachlan Boots... read more
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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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
P&F - Parent Reps (Class Events)
  • YEAR 7 PARENTS CATCH UP
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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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From the Student Counsellors
  • This month on SchoolTV - Resilience 
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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
From the Head of Studies and Innovation
  • GRAPPLING WITH THE ATAR
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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
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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Senior School News
  • VEX ROBOTICS COMPETITION
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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
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
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 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