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Archive for May, 2016

Public praise from authorPosted in General School News on Monday, 30 May, 2016

As part of Book Week activities, the College's Learning Hub was host to author in residence, Sally Murphy. The feedback from students and staff about the Perth-born children's author was very positive and full of praise for her energetic and entertaining sessions with the students.  It appears the feeling is ...
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Australia: Story CountryPosted in General School News on Friday, 20 May, 2016

Book Week 2016 has been a flurry of activity in the College's Learning Hub this week.A highlight of the busy week was having Author-in-Residence, Sally Murphy, conducting workshops over three inspiring and entertaining days.  Years 7 and 8 Endeavour Program (Gifted and Talented) students were fortunate to workshop with the ...
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Making the World a Better PlacePosted in General School News on Monday, 16 May, 2016

Personal sacrifice and passionate commitment to saving the lives of countless children living in Third World countries is the life story of Moira Kelly.Her inspirational story captivated staff and students alike when she addressed Years 8 and 9 students today, detailing a life spent caring for sick and needy children ...
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Showcase of Literary ExcellencePosted in General School News on Monday, 9 May, 2016

A collection of exemplary works by English, Literature and Media students from 2015 has been released.The publication of The Nib (English News In Brief) happens annually and is a showcase of the quality and variety of work created the previous year; the compilation is then used as an in-class resource ...
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MCC leaders continue ANZAC traditionPosted in College Community on Sunday, 1 May, 2016

On an overcast morning on April 25, 2016, MCC students Marshall Puzey and  Grace Hutson (College Head Boy and Girl), and William Lambert and Melaina Prunster (Junior Head Boy and Girl) laid a wreath at the Mandurah War Memorial.These students were not only following in the footsteps of their College ...
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