This Week at St Kevin's

03-Aug-2017

  • Kenny students with Mr Foley assisted with the preparation and serving of breakfast at St Mary’s House of Welcome in Brunswick.
  • Year 9 students were away on the RICE Program.
  • Year 3 and 4 Incursion by Flying Bookworm Theatre took place.
  • Year 7 JSP Debating was hosted at the College.
  • Information Night for Iwata Host Families took place.
  • Parent Enrichment Program featured Samantha Thomas from Deakin University speaking on the impact of Gambling.
  • Music Association met.
  • Glendalough students participated in UNSW English Competition.
  • Duane Awards for Academic Excellence were presented to Middle-School students.
  • Glendalough Concert Band Incursion with TAS Ensemble took place.
  • House Masses and Supper were conducted by Kearney and Purton.
  • McCarthy students with Mr Macfarlane assisted with the serving of dinner at St Peter and Paul’s in South Melbourne.
  • Year 10 students continued Community Service for Semester 2.
  • Costume fitting for “Peter Pan” took place at Glendalough.
  • Cusack students and Mr Arai assisted at the Breakfast and Sports Program at Trinity.
  • Staff Learning Workshops in Advanced Markbooks and Language Analysis were held.
  • Glendalough Staff completed Strategy Team Coaching in Leadership.
  • Year 7 Forum Debates were held at Waterford.
  • Year 10-12 Careers Expo was held at the College.
  • St Vincent de Paul students and Mr Harris assisted with tutoring at St Albans Edmund Rice Refugee Centre.
  • Heyington Winter Sports Photographs were taken.
  • Year 12 VTAC Parent Information Evening took place.
  • Friday morning Mass was celebrated in Chapel of St Kevin.
  • Politician Ms Anna Bourke addressed the Year 12 cohort.
  • St Vincent de Paul ran a lunchtime barbecue for the homeless.
  • Students attended United Nations Debating.
  • “FI In Schools” Excursion was held for selected Year 10 students.
  • Year 11 Psychology students went to Artvo Exhibition at Docklands.
  • Year 10 Dancing classes continued with Sacre Coeur and Loreto.
  • Kearney students and Mr Segal assisted with tutoring of students at St Ignatius Refugee Program in Richmond.
  • Purton students and Mr Penrose assisted at the Police and Community Recreation Program in Richmond.
  • Rahill students and Mr Odachowski assisted at the Fitzroy Reading Program for Refugees.
  • APS Sport was conducted.
  • Cross Country presentation Evening was held.
  • Staff completed Professional Development at EREA Identity Leaders Conference, EREA Child Safety briefing, VTAC and VCE Networking Meeting.