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News & Events

Principal’s Desk – 5 September 2017

It was a capacity audience across all six performances of our first combined musical production, a great achievement indeed for a musical performance shared across two schools – St Joseph’s and Mater Christi College – for the first time.

As the inaugural Mater Christi & St Joseph’s Colleges musical production, Mary Poppins was a great achievement on many fronts, not the least being that it was delightfully entertaining.

Girls and Science Breakfast

August 28th, 2017

Six students from Year 11 and 12 recently attended The Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia Annual Science Breakfast at Mentone Girls Grammar.

The breakfast gave us the opportunity to meet like-minded students and talk to women in science professions.

Term 3 Progress Statements and Meetings (part 2)

Term 3 Progress Statements are available on the Parent Portal.

Bookings for the final session of Years 7- 12 Progress Meetings will close Tuesday 10 October at 5:00pm.

This session of Years 7-12 Progress Meetings will be held:

Wednesday 11 October, 2:00 – 8:30pm (All students dismissed 1:00pm)

All parents and students are encouraged to attend the Progress Meetings as these meetings form a vital component of the reporting process.

Principal’s Desk – 23 August 2017

It was the coldest of days… but this could not dampen the enthusiasm of students and staff throughout last week’s Mater Day celebrations.

Congratulations to all who supported this event, starting with our Mass celebration – well done to our new Year 7 Choir, followed by many fundraiser stalls – whoever wouldn’t pay for a snack on Krispy Kremes, an icey cone and fairy floss?. Let’s be clear, no animals were harmed by any of these – there were no leftovers!

After a quick but effective cleanup, the Hall became the place, with an audience quivering with excitement (or was it an overload of sugar?) yet systematically encouraged, tantalised and then competently controlled by the Arts Student Leader team.

Why Teach Teenagers?

August 7th, 2017
Why Teach Teenagers?

 

It’s all about future pathways these days at school.  What subjects? What courses?  What career direction?  How to make sensible decisions?  For those considering the noble profession of teaching, there’s great moral purpose to be found from a true story at recent staff reflection.

Principal’s Desk – 31 July 2017

There are times in the life of College Principal when all is so good… and never more so, than when hearing young voices as at last week’s Senior School Assembly.  Not only were their reports carefully crafted about the various fundraising efforts, sporting achievements and holiday activities.

Principal’s Desk – 25 July 2017

I trust that students and families have enjoyed a restful and enjoyable midyear break, hopefully enhanced by many sunny yet crisp winter days.  Classes have quickly regained momentum, as have rehearsals for next month’s Mary Poppins show.  Tickets are selling quickly via Burrinja’s booking office.

Subject and Tertiary Expo – 3 August

July 19th, 2017

Seeking advice on subject selection?
Want to find out what course options are available?
Interested in learning about VTAC requirements?
Like to speak to representatives from tertiary institutions?
Need more information about the new subjects on offer at Mater Christi College?
VCAL or VCE?
Benefits of a VET program?

The Mater Christi Subject and Tertiary Expo is a key event in the subject and tertiary course selection process for students.

SCSA Hockey 2017

June 27th, 2017

On Monday 26 June, 38 enthusiastic girls participated in the SCSA Hockey Tournament.

Mater Christi had both Junior and Senior teams compete in the grand finals. Unfortunately both teams lost in the grand final but put up a good fight.

Congratulations to all of the teams for their efforts over the day.

MaterShop and ParentPaperwork

From the start of Term 3, we will introduce two new systems to simplify administration for families and the College.

MaterShop (provided by CDFPay) will replace My Student Account (MSA) for café purchases and miscellaneous College payments. Student ID cards will not need to change and all account balances will be automatically transferred to the new system.