Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 3 Red will present their assembly item.
A program of events will be made available closer to the day.
The Year 6 students will represent the College and play in a variety of sports with the focus on participation; there are no shields or points awarded. It is about giving students the opportunity to compete against students from other primary schools, promoting fun and enjoyment, encouraging everyone to participate and highlighting the importance of fair play and healthy competition.
Saturday 6 June 2019 is the Feast Day of St Marcellin Champagnat, the founder of the Marist Brothers and of Marist education. To mark this very special day in the life of the International Marist Institute, our K-12 College community will be celebrating Champagnat Day across the College on Friday 19 June. As one of 52 Marist schools across Australia, the Feast Day of St Marcellin Champagnat is an opportunity for all members of our College community to gather, give thanks, and to celebrate our shared Marist identity.
Attendance on Friday 19 June, like any other school day, is compulsory for all students.
The Years 3-12 Winter Music Concert will display students’ very best talent to an audience of families, friends and staff.
Lavalla Ensembles Featuring:
- Lavalla Choir
- Lavalla Strings Ensemble
- Selected Soloists
- Year 3 Strings
- Beating Hearts Drum Band
- Year 3 Choir
Marcellin Ensembles Featuring:
- Concert Winds
- Year 7 Choir and Band
- Symphonic Winds
- Newman Voices / Swing / Groove
- Chamber Choir
- Newman Jazz / Chamber String / Orchestra
Family and friends are invited to attend the Years 3-6 Assembly where students will be recognised and receive Merit Certificates for their Academic achievements and Year 4 Red will present their assembly item.
Students will be photographed for the Yearbook and for their school package photos on Friday 15 May.
Students are required to wear their full Winter Uniform (including polished shoes and hair is neat and tidy).
*Please note: Due to logistics and time constraints no sibling photos will be taken on this day
An invitation is extended to all parents and guardians to attend the Parent Consultative Committee Meeting (NPCC).
The NPCC is an important space for a collaboration of ideas. It is also an opportunity to meet parents who are engaged in facilitating our parents groups. These groups for 2020 are as follows: Primary Social Group; Friends of The Arts; and Arts Festival Committee. Click here to read more about the work of the NPCC.
The Year 6 cohort participate in a four-day camp at Forest Edge, Waroona. The Forest Edge Recreation Camp will provide opportunities for students to work cooperatively as part of a team, under the supervision of teachers and experienced camp coordinators, to foster self-esteem and teamwork.
The students will be involved in a variety of activities including; Low ropes, raft building, canoeing, abseiling, climbing wall, incentive course, flying fox, boomerang making, pamper pole and target shooting!