Formation & Service

The Subject Selection Minefield

03 August 2020

Staff Blogger Cam McConnell

I sat with my teenage daughter last night with the plan to complete her Year 11 and 12 subject selection and set plan. We looked at ATAR and QTAC Information, read about VET and Diplomas. We compared rankings, prerequisites and presumed knowledge for university courses.

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Solidarity through Care for our Common Home

29 July 2020

Staff Blogger Andrew McCrohon

The term ‘sustainability’ has become more and more common in recent times. Along with buzz words like, ‘pandemic’ and ‘unprecedented’, and phrases such as ‘social distancing and ‘what’s going wrong with those Broncos?’, sustainability has been thrust into the spotlight in recent times and is now a phrase that most people associate with caring for the environment.

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It's Time to Sweat the Small Stuff!

11 June 2020

Staff Blogger Paul Towner
Head of Munster House

On Sunday 31 May 2020, two astronauts climbed aboard Elon Musk’s space X rocket and left our planet to dock with the International Space Station. Within five minutes of leaving our atmosphere the first meme came through.

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Faith in an Uncertain World

04 June 2020

Staff Blogger Danika Ehlers
Head of Religious Education

In the opening days of March, I, along with many in our community felt a sense of growing fear and anxiety as the realities of a worldwide pandemic became apparent. We looked on, feeling helpless, as our brothers and sisters overseas suffered. As panic grew in the world around us, I found a sense of calm in prayer, both private and communal. In the midst of confusion and anxiety I felt a sense of calm in the gift of faith and I hope this has brought comfort to you and your families also.

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