Farewell Mrs Sciberras

The college farewelled Foundation teacher Mrs Sciberras on 5th March.  Foundation students presented their own adaptation of Guess How Much I Love You and the choir beautifully sang The Lord Bless you and Keep You during the morning assembly.  Students brought forward cards with their individual messages.  Mrs Sciberras has been a special member of our community will be missed very much.   We wish her well as she and Mr Sciberras prepare to welcome their first baby next month.


House Colours Day

Congratulations to all teams for doing a great job on House Colour Day!  After such a big day earning points, Narnia has taken over Rivendell as the leader.  This is followed by Camelot then Avonlea.  Each team is very close in points, so anyone could still take the lead before the end of the term…


Our Preps have become Wonderful Learners!

Six weeks into school, our Prep class are quickly becoming confident and happy learners. Look at some of the wonderful activities they have participated in over the past fortnight.


Amazing Art Projects by Grade 3, 4 and 5 Boys

The Grade 3 and Grade 4/5 Boys classes have been working on some very creative art projects using very basic materials. Take a look at some of their masterpieces!


Religion lessons with Grade 2

In Year 2 we are loving our Religion classes in the new Atrium! The Atrium is a special space, distinct from the classroom. We have a large range of activities to choose from. Some of the activities we enjoy are watercolour painting, flower arranging, plant watering, wax scraping, booklet making, and the mini Mass kit.


Art in 3-4 Girls

In Art, grade three and four girls have made lots of stained glass windows. We have worked very hard on them so we hope you like them. Before we started we looked at some famous stained glass windows. For example, the Holy Spirit stained glass window in St. Peter’s Basilica. Another one we enjoyed was the stained glass windows in the church of Sagrada Familia by Gaudi. We took about 3 art lessons until we finished. As you can see some are very detailed. We have enjoyed learning about and creating our own works of art!

Written by Hayley, Shahini, Dominique


Shade sail

Work has begun to install a shade sail that will cover a new playground beside the marquee.  Students have been interested in the activity, and the crane, and are eagerly awaiting the next stage of this project.