Term 3 has been full of opportunities for our students to collaborate, challenge themselves and be celebrated. We had College Productions, Music Nights, Assumption Day, Athletics Carnivals, Drama Production and Wellbeing and Multi-Cultural weeks, to name a few.
It was sad to say farewell to the Graduating Class of 2023 on Wednesday. The Guard of Honor across the oval lined with both Primary and Secondary students exemplified the long journey students undertake during their schooling years. The excited high fives of the younger students and the clapping from the older students created an atmosphere of community. As these students graduate from Newman, they enter our Alumni group and as such, will remain part of our Marist family.
With the closing of the term, it is a fitting time to rest and reflect on all of our achievements this year. I wish each student, parent and staff member a lovely break and I look forward to welcoming the students back in summer uniform at the start of Term 4.
2024 Student Leaders
Thank you to the Year 11 students who took part in the 2024 Leadership Program. The commitment shown by these students navigating through the application and interview process was outstanding.
Congratulations to the below students who were successful in obtaining a leadership position in 2024, responsible for specific Guild and College portfolios.
The College views all students in the Class of 2024 to be a leader of the College, and I encourage them to continue to be proactive in their individual leadership journeys.
|College Captains||Bianca Trimboli||Matthew Tomassone|
|Academic Captains||Olivia Rubens||Jaydon Augustus|
|Art Captains||Estelle Keller||Kristen King|
|Mission Captains||Ava Terribile||Larni Cantelo|
|Sports Captains||Imogen Boss||Sam Harby|
|Wellbeing Captains||Jordan Clay||Ava Prentice|
|Brigid||Eva Infirri||Alexander Cardaci|
|Camara||Mikayla Short||Alyssa Coumbe|
|Catherine||Mikayla Della-Polina||Olivia Taylor|
|Chisholm||Jack Stahl||Zoe Boss|
|Marcellin||Brianna Colley||Amity Dale|
|Mackillop||Pippa Simpson||Savannah Doyle|
|Romero||Marcus Malaxos||Ariana Mason|
|Thomas More||Keira Reynolds||Darcy Bird|
Year 12 – Semester 2 Exams (Monday 2 October to Friday 13 October – Marist Auditorium)
Year 12 Uni Ready and ATAR students will soon be sitting their exams. It is important that all students familiarise themselves with the Examination Rules and Procedures.
Y12 Exam Feedback Days
Fri 13, Mon 16, Tue 17, Wed 18 October – Click HERE for details
Class of 2023 Graduation – Tickets must be purchased by Sunday 1 October
Graduation evening will be celebrated on Tuesday 24 October at Optus Stadium commencing at 5.30pm. The evening will include Mass, dinner, and presentation of awards.
Tickets are $115 per person. Students will not require a ticket as this has already been paid for as part of their tuition fee. Tickets are limited to immediate family only (parents/guardians and siblings only). Please click on the invitation link to purchase tickets.
You must include your Y12 child’s guild and complete the additional information fields in the checkout section, to record any dietary requirements (parents/guardians and siblings only), and your student’s name.
Leavers Jackets – Year 12, 2024 (Current Y11s)
All current Year 11 students (Class of 2024) have the option to purchase a Newman College Year 12 Leavers Jacket. Please click HERE for information regarding the order process, cost etc.
Any queries should be directed to email@example.com, Leader of Wellbeing Year 11.
Year 10 Adventure Camp
The Year 10 Adventure Camp is a significant and compulsory College event. This year we have two camp departures. One on Monday 9 October and the second on Monday 16 October. The camp is run in conjunction with Outdoor Education Group (OEG) and will see our Year 10 students enter an unfamiliar and somewhat remote environment. The experience provides an opportunity for students to challenge themselves to develop leadership, self-management skills, resilience, and personal independence.
Please click HERE for further information and outline specific details.
Year 8 Student Trier Foster has made top 10 in the Soklich & Co jewellery design competition
Some exciting news! Year 8 student Trier Foster has made it to the Top 10 of a jewellery design competition by Soklich and Co in South Perth, with not one, but two successful entries. Congratulations Trier!!!
Please follow the link to see her wonderful designs and to vote for her. She will win a lovely prize if she is the successful designer and the College will receive $1000 toward a Visual Arts program.
Mel Tsovleas and Amber Warfield are leaving us to prepare for the arrival of their first child. We wish Mel, Amber and their partners, health and happiness as they begin their new adventure.