The College community had a number of opportunities in the last week of Term Three to bid farewell to the graduating Class of 2016 including the very moving Graduation Mass and Dinner.
The College community had a number of opportunities in the last week of Term Three to bid farewell to the graduating Class of 2016 including the official Academic Assembly and the farewell Guard of Honour.
The College community had a number of opportunities in the last week of Term Three to bid farewell to the graduating Class of 2016 including the 'Connect Night', an opportunity to come together for an evening of reflection of their shared experiences as a year group followed by the informal Year 12 Farewell Assembly and House Farewells.
Year 9 Reflection Day was held recently focussing on the theme of Hospitality with Chris Doyle from Karis Ministries in the role of facilitator. The program had a strong focus on popular music leading into times of prayer, reflection and discussion. On this occasion the whole Year group were gathered together at St Benedict's Parish at Arcadia. In the preceding week Year 8 took part in their Reflection Day which was held at three different venues with teams of College staff leading the reflections and activities.
Our Year 7 students have been taking charge of the conversation about their learning at MYBennies Student Led Conferences.
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The Class of 2015 are invited to the Academic Assembly followed by morning tea
Mothers and grandmothers are most welcome to join their daughter/granddaughters for breakfast and a special Mother's Day liturgy.
Please RSVP by Wednesday 27 April for catering purposes.
On Monday 22 August the P&F will be holding a Parent Seminar on Mental Health. The team from Headspace will be running our next Forum to provide a valuable opportunity for all parents to gain insights into the nature of various mental health issues. It can often be hard as a parent to know the difference between normal behaviour, such as occasional moodiness and irritability, and an emerging mental health problem. This seminar is designed to assist parents in a very informative and practical sense. To reserve your seat please RSVP below. Please note this forum is designed for parents. RESERVATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED. If you would like to attend another session at a date to be advised please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our grandparents are most welcome to join their granddaughters for a special Assembly and morning tea.
Please RSVP by Wednesday 17 August for catering purposes.
Each year, the College showcases some of the creative learning that has taken place in the Science and TAS faculties. The evening is an acknowledgement and celebration of the work of the Year 8 and 10 students who have been awarded the highest marks for their Science Student Research Project. Also on display will be some innovative and creative work of our TAS students, and demonstrations by our STEM Club students. The evening will commence at 7.00pm with a viewing of Science projects, TAS products and STEM Club images and Laptop Platforms. A light supper will be provided on the night. To assist with catering please RSVP below.
Join us for breakfast followed by a special Father's Day Liturgy.
To assist with catering please RSVP by 18 August.
The Academic Assembly will be held in the College Hall on Wednesday 21 September with the whole College community. Parents and friends are welcome to attend.
HSC Students showcase their Major Works in Design and Technology, English Extension 2, Industrial Technology Multimedia, Music and Visual Arts.
Twenty-four students travelled to Melbourne to contest the 2016 National Future Problem Solving Competition.
During the holiday break MSB students volunteered at the Australian Transplant Games.
During the recent term break the College hosted the Family Fun Day Picnic at Blacktown.
Congratulations to Jessica Griffith for receiving an Encore nomination for her Alto Saxophone program in the HSC Music 1 Performance practical examination.
Late last term Year 7 had the opportunity to showcase their learning to date to a select audience via the Student Led Conferences.
Year 10 Drama have spent the term learning and engaging with a Theatre in Education/Children's Theatre unit of work.
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