This Week at St Kevin's

01-Jun-2017

  • Work on the extension to the Chapel of St Kevin and Tooronga Sports Fields continued.

  • Kenny students with Mr Nott assisted with the preparation and serving of breakfast at St Mary’s House of Welcome in Brunswick.

  • National Reconciliation Week was recognised at the College.

  • Year 12 Legal Studies students visited the Courts.

  • Ms Sheridan and a group of students attended Social Justice Student Leadership Day.

  • Years 10 and 11 Drama Evening took place.

  • Guitar Concert was held.

  • Glendalough students enjoyed Authors in Residence, Jane Goodwin, David Lawrence and Michael Wagner.

  • Rugby Association met.

  • Music Department Autumn Concert was performed.

  • Year 5 students participated in a Metro Train Incursion.

  • McCarthy students with Mr Cosgriff assisted with the serving of dinner at St Peter and Paul’s in South Melbourne.

  • Careers lunchtime speaker was from Bond University.

  • Year 10-12 students attended Momentum Program where staff presented on areas of interest and expertise.

  • House Cross Country Competition was run.

  • Year 10 Community Service concluded for Semester 1.

  • Cusack students and Ms Cullen assisted at the Breakfast Program at Trinity Primary School in Richmond.

  • Pastoral Committee Seminar had a presentation on Family Law in Schools.

  • Years 10 and 11 students commenced Examinations.

  • Glendalough students went on Music Camp.

  • Year 3 students departed for OAP at Candlebark farm near Healesville.

  • Football Association met.

  • Friday morning Mass was celebrated.

  • Year 9 Examinations commenced.

  • Year 12 students were addressed by Mr Daniel Dymond, psychologist from the Performance and Sport Psychology Clinic.

  • SKOCA Annual Dinner was held at KLTC.

  • Purton students, accompanied by Mr McKinnon, assisted at the Police and Community Recreation Program in Richmond.

  • Rahill students with Mr Odachowski, assisted at the Fitzroy Reading Program for Refugees.

  • Mr Parris and Kearney students assisted with tutoring of students at St Ignatius Refugee Program in Richmond.

  • APS Sport was conducted for all teams.

  • Staff completed Professional Development in National Coaching in Education, Social Justice Leadership, VCE Chemistry, Reading Matters and VIT Mentorship.