This Week at St Kevin's

18-May-2017

  • Work on the extension to the Chapel of St Kevin continued. 
  • Kenny students with Mr McGirr assisted with the preparation and serving of breakfast at St Mary’s House of Welcome in Brunswick. 
  • Year 7G, H, and I students went on Camp with their Tutors. 
  • Students and a staff member from Cardinal Newman College in Argentina commenced a two week visit to the College, hosted by St Kevin’s families. 
  • Class of 2016 held a Reunion. 
  • Purton House Trivia Night was conducted. 
  • DAV Debating was hosted at the College. 
  • Year 6 Swimming Program was conducted. 
  • Year 12 Legal Studies students went to the Courts. 
  • Glendalough students enjoyed Authors in Residence, Jane Goodwin and Michael Wagner. 
  • McCarthy students with Mr Keenan assisted with the serving of dinner at St Peter and Paul’s in South Melbourne.
  • Glendalough Choir participated in Boroondara Eisteddfod. 
  • 2017 STAR Camp Planning Meeting was held at the College. 
  • Year 10-12 students attended Momentum Program's presentation on Good Sportmanship. 
  • Year 10 Community Service continued. 
  • Cusack students and Mr Harris assisted at the Breakfast Program at Trinity Primary School in Richmond. 
  • St Vincent de Paul students, with Mr Roberts and Ms Phillips, assisted with tutoring at EREA Refugee Centre in St Albans. 
  • Staff undertook training in Anaphylaxis. 
  • Careers had a Guest Speaker from Ernst & Young. 
  • Year 5 students went on Scienceworks Excursion. 
  • Combined Associations meeting took place. 
  • Chamber Music Festival was held.
  • Year 12 students had a SAC Day. 
  • Staff attended Thinking and Learning Conference. 
  • Preparations for the Art Show commenced. 
  • Friday morning Mass was celebrated. 
  • Year 12 students were addressed by Ms Fiona Tellefson. 
  • Year 12 VCD students went to Top Arts. 
  • St Vincent de Paul conducted “Having a Ball” BBQ and fundraising. 
  • Engineers at Work Projects were presented to the judging panel, parents, staff and students. 
  • Purton students, accompanied by Ms Banks, assisted at the Police and Community Recreation Program in Richmond. 
  • Rahill students with Mr Hill, assisted at the Fitzroy Reading Program for Refugees. 
  • Mr Segal and Kearney students assisted with tutoring of students at St Ignatius Refugee Program in Richmond. 
  • APS Sport was conducted for all teams. 
  • Year 10 Parents enjoyed a social function. 
  • Staff completed Professional Development on ‘Handling Hard Conversations’, Social Media and Archives, Secondary Religious Education, Spelling and Vocabulary.