The Year 12 Retreat, held earlier this week, gave students the opportunity to reflect on their relationships with God, others and self. Students engaged in a variety of activities including discussion, journal writing, team building, prayer and reflection. Students found it beneficial to spend time catching up with each other after remote learning. At their retreat dinner on Monday night, I gave each student a postcard thanking them for their resilience, determination and their support of one another. One day life will regain a greater sense of normality, and the Class of 2020 will look back and realise that they gained a multitude of skills well beyond the realm of any academic curriculum. The students can be proud of their achievements and the great people they are today.

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Four

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Four

When we are young, we constantly learn things about ourselves, whether we realise it or not. Our likes and dislikes, along with the things we take to and things we struggle with, all act as signs and forks in the road as we wander on a constant journey of...

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Three

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Three

After the music and magic of last week’s Seminar Days, the third week of Term 3 began with a solemn observance and ended with a special day for our newest community members, the Year 7 students. Incidentally, if you missed last week’s Seminar Day photos, you can find...

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Two

Principal’s Blog – Term One, Week Two

Engaged & Involved Several special guests visited the college and presented to our students on a wide variety of things this past week. It was a pleasure to see students so motivated and engaged as they got involved in learning outside of a traditional classroom...