General School News Category
Nurturing students’ wellbeingPosted in General School News on Friday, 13 April, 2018
Primary School students spent today, the last day of Term One, focussing on wellbeing and positive change.All students, from Kindergarten to Year 6, participated in Flourish Day, which is an integral component of the College's Pastoral Care program.The entire day was spent participating in activities in the classroom and on ...
‘Weird and wacky’ wonders – Science WeekPosted in General School News on Friday, 13 April, 2018
Primary School students have enjoyed a mind-boggling, fact filled week of extraordinary experiments and scientific fun.The theme for Science Week 2018 at Mandurah Catholic College was ‘Game Changers and Change Makers" and students explored all things scientific, using everyday items and foods to create some truly incredulous outcomes! On Monday the ...
Successful study skillsPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 11 April, 2018
Dynamic workshops focussing on fine tuning study skills were presented to Secondary School students today.The students attended the workshops in groups of approximately 20; a team of 8 presenters from Elevate took a group each through a comprehensive summation of how to enhance study skills and improve performance in examinations. ...
Success at swim meetPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 11 April, 2018
The MCC Inclusive Sports Team enjoyed a successful campaign at the annual ACC Swim Carnival on Friday.Several MCC swimmers swam their way to the finish line convincingly, securing top three placings and coming home with plenty of ribbons to display proudly.The squad of 10 competed against several schools from throughout ...
Mentors target tertiary ambitionsPosted in General School News on Friday, 6 April, 2018
Mandurah Catholic College is working in partnership with a global program that encourages and supports indigenous students to stay in school and pursue a university education or tertiary training.Under the AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience) Mentoring program, indigenous students based at universities visit and mentor Secondary school students with the ...
Mock Trials competitionPosted in General School News on Friday, 6 April, 2018
Mandurah Catholic College's young legal eagles are excelling in the courtroom, winning two out of three cases in the first round of the WA Law Society's Mock Trials competition.A group of 25 students travelled to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in Perth recently to embark on their 2018 law ...
In the kitchen…Posted in General School News on Wednesday, 4 April, 2018
Year 9 Food Science students have been collaborating in the kitchen to design and produce a healthy ‘Snack in a Wrap’.The four-week process began by looking at the constraints of the task, such as time and budget, before brainstorming several ideas, selecting one with a partner and then producing ...
Upcoming EventsPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 4 April, 2018
Academic Scholarship Testing
Saturday, 7 April (see website for more details)Primary School Science Week
Monday, 9 April - Thursday, 12 AprilPrimary Inter-School Swimming Carnival
Tuesday, 10 AprilEND OF TERM
Friday, 13 AprilCanberra Study Tour (Year 9)
Tuesday, 17 April - Sunday, 22 AprilCOMMENCEMENT OF TERM TWO
Tuesday, 1 May - Classes commence K-12Anzac Day Services
Wednesday, 2 May
Undefeated run to the flagPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 4 April, 2018
The MCC Girls' Cricket team smashed its way to victory at the 2018 T20 cricket competition last week.The combined squad, comprising students from Years 11 and 12, went undefeated throughout the competition and featured stellar performances by State cricketer, Georgia Wyllie and competent batter, Ava Muir."Throughout the day we played ...
Holy ThursdayPosted in General School News on Thursday, 29 March, 2018
The Easter season began today with a Secondary School Liturgy where Father Albin, Mr Wallace and students participated in the ceremony of Washing of Feet.This was followed by the Primary School's Stations of the Cross.We wish our MCC community a happy, holy and safe Easter.