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Issue no. 38 From Our Acting Principal For many, the Christmas period starts with the annual pageant – it’s the unofficial permission for many to crack open the decorations, set up the tree and start making guilt-free purchases of chocolates and ...
Issue no. 37 From Our Head of Junior School School is a particularly busy place at the moment. It’s the time of the year where we have one foot in this year and the other in next. Junior School students have been busy finishing off learning assessm...
Issue no. 36 From Our Acting Head of Middle School There have been a number of amazing events and programs which have occurred this year. Our Year 9s dazzled on the stage during the Arts Performances, our musicians boogied the night away with their C...
Issue no. 35 From Our Director of Teaching and Learning I’ve had the privilege to present to our Year 11 girls over the past two weeks around topics both in support of their learning as well as their wellbeing. As they prepare for final assessm...
Issue no. 34 From Our Head of Junior School Our Reception to Year 3 students were blessed with sunshine and warm weather this week as they learned water awareness and safety skills and gained further confidence in the pool. These lessons have also se...
Issue no. 33 From Our Deputy Principal / Head of Senior School As our Year 12 students finish their final assignments and prepare for their upcoming exams, conversation soon turns to what’s next. What are the plans for after school? Will you attend...
Issue no. 32 From Our Acting Principal Most of us are acutely aware of the need to make a positive first impression. Whether it’s at an interview, on the first day of a new job, joining a club or a sporting team, or starting at a new school; the ch...
Issue no. 31 Farewell Principal Julia Shea As foreshadowed in previous editions of eNews, today marks the final day of official engagements for our outgoing Principal Julia Shea. Julia took a bow on the Arts Centre stage during yet another spectacula...
Issue no. 30 From Our Principal One of the things I love about my job is that every day is different. You’re never quite sure who is going to walk through the door or how opening an email can change the course of your day. There have certainly been...
Issue no. 29 From Our Head of Junior School As we approach the end of another term, it’s incredibly gratifying to reflect on the growth and development our students have made in recent months. Parent-Teacher Interviews/Conversations and Student-Led...