Mid-Year Harvest

Welcome to Term 3, and the annual launch of Harvest, our mid-year publication.

We chose ‘enrich’ as the theme for this year’s edition to explore everything that brings joy to our lives, both as individuals and as a community.

From extraordinary experiences and unique hobbies to honouring a 115-year legacy, this year’s Harvest serves up a bountiful buffet of college life:

  • Meet our new student leaders and staff before bidding a fond farewell to the class of 2020 with a quick visit to last year’s College Awards Assembly.
  • Celebrate the founding of our college in 1906 by taking a walk through the newly created St Joseph’s College Mercy Heritage Centre at the Mercy Convent on Enright Campus.
  • Reminisce about all the fun-filled excursions and whole-school events held during the first two terms of the current school year.

Shared experiences at St Joseph’s College create a sense of belonging and a community that endures. We hope you enjoy this year’s crop of articles, images, and stories. You can read an online copy of Harvest here. If you ordered a copy, please pick it up from college reception.

Happy reading

Mrs Marg Blythman

Harvest Magazine 2021
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