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News & Events

Interschool Golf Tournament

March 19th, 2019

Yesterday, 13 schools competed in an 18-hole golf tournament at Waverley Golf Course.  Mater Christi was proudly represented by Taylah Robinson and Piper Wilson.

The day presented itself with immaculate weather for the girls to compete under clear blue skies.

Response to the Christchurch Tragedy

March 18th, 2019

The shocking events in Christchurch are confronting and distressing. It is impossible to fully understand the impact of this horrific crime on ourselves as well as upon Muslim communities.

As adults and parents we may struggle to explain or even discuss this tragedy with children.

The complementary nature of music and science

2018 Year 12 student Clancy hit the perfect balance between two passions,
music and science.

Watching the movie Finding Nemo when she was four years old sparked Clancy’s passion for nature and the sea and set her on an unwavering path to becoming a Marine Biologist.

Principal’s Desk – 7 March 2019

Our Lenten journey began this week with Ash Wednesday and all students participated in class liturgies where ashes were distributed and the Lenten season introduced. Students were reminded that:

“Lent is a time when we pray, act kindly and with mercy towards other people, give up things we enjoy and give to others, as we prepare to celebrate the great feast of Easter… (It) is a time of hope as we renew our relationship with God… (when) we are also making our journey with families around the world living in poverty, especially those who are unable to earn enough money to have the basic things they need like an education, medicine, food or clothing.

Extra study guidance and Maths support for students

March 4th, 2019

Our 2017 College Dux, Gemma Tripp recently told students, 'just because you don't understand something the first, second, third or even fourth time doesn't mean you will never understand it.'

Indeed, seeking help when needed is one of the keys to success.

Term 1 Reports and Progress Meetings

Progress Statements provide a brief overview of a student’s level of achievement and work practices in each of their subjects in Term 1. This is followed by a more detailed report at the end of Semester 1. Each reporting period is supported by the opportunity for parents and students to meet with teachers at Progress Meetings for more detailed conversations about student learning.

Hosting International Students – A wider view

March 1st, 2019

Mater Christi College and Homestay Hosts have had the privilege and responsibility to welcome, support and work with international students for over thirty years.  We have witnessed many truly amazing stories of courage, learning, struggles and success.

When the going gets tough, turn to wonder

February 28th, 2019

Each year, Mater Christi College hosts some of Australia’s leading thinkers, authors and speakers in a series of engaging seminars for parents.

Recently, Andrea Downie from Project Thrive provided Year 8 & 9 students and parents with fresh thinking as well as practical ideas and strategies.