Verbis - Term 2, Edition 1 Verbis - Term 2, Edition 1

29 April 2021

Year of Hospitality - People of Welcoming Heart

From our College Leadership Team
Principal, Mrs Dale Morrow
Deputy Principal - Students, Ms Catherine Allen
Deputy Principal - Studies, Mrs Maree Trims
Assistant Principal - Teaching and Learning, Mr Martin Lobb
Assistant Principal - Mission, Mrs Erica Qureshi

Principal, Mrs Dale Morrow

Dear Parents and Carers 

Last week we welcomed our students back to the College for Term 2. At the Term’s first Assembly I did express my hope to them that those few extra days of holidays they received due to the Coronavirus lockdown made for a longer more relaxing break than they would ordinarily receive at this time of year, making them feel more energised and refreshed for the Term ahead.  

While Term 1 of any school year is important in having the girls settle in to new classes, new subjects and, for the younger girls, new friendship groups, I have always considered that Term 2 is really the start of the ‘business end’ of the school year for the girls in needing to get really serious about their studies and applying themselves as best they can to all the learning opportunities that are offered to them here at the College. Our teachers were busy over the break preparing work for this Term. They are looking forward to providing some great learning opportunities and it will be up to the girls to give of their best in each and every lesson. I am sure that you will be encouraging this at home as well which can only increase the likelihood that your daughters will take up the challenge to strive for their best and little by little achieve some worthwhile results by year’s end.  

I also spoke to the girls about the importance of maintaining and building on the wonderful history we have in this community of teamwork and the encouragement of others. This is true not only in the sporting fields that we compete in but also in the curricular and cocurricular areas of your daughters’ education. I am fond of an analogy I once read about to help explain how the quality of the inter-connectedness between members of community speaks to the quality of that community. The Mercedes Benz car is renowned for its mechanical excellence and style. Looking at the trademark appearance of these vehicles is enough to know that here is quality. But if one were to lift the bonnet and begin taking apart its components, the distinctiveness of this car would be diminished. The individual pieces that make up the motor, standing by themselves would look like the parts found in many other cars, even cars which would cost much less. We know that the value of this vehicle lies in the ways its parts are put together. The work done by each part of the engine and each mechanical component of the car come together in such a way that there is a distinctive quality that makes the Mercedes car a standout. Every girl at the College is important to us and each has a role to play in helping to build a quality Christian community in the spirit of Nano Nagle.

What better way to highlight this happening in actuality than to write about the wonderful success of the College musical so many of us had the opportunity to see last week. This production involved the commitment and talents of just over 200 of our students and many staff. They have worked tirelessly over a number of months, since the start of the year in fact, auditioning, rehearsing and getting ready for what turned out to be a spectacular production of the musical The Wizard of Oz. I had dropped in on a number of occasions during Term 1 to see how the rehearsals were going and the thing that struck me beside the enormous amount of talent that was on display was the cohesiveness of the staff and the girls in working together to produce what can only be described as a magical production. It is a prime example of how we create a strong vibrant community through working together, trusting that each person will perform their part, and appreciating the gifts of each and every person.   

I do want to acknowledge some key staff for the major roles they played in helping to bring all this together. I was just in awe of the orchestra under the direction of Mr Kennedy, the singing under the direction of Ms Wall, choreography and backstage manager under the direction of Ms Purser and of course the direction of the entire performance under Mrs Coster (and baby). Not to mention the costumes under the creative eye of Ms Harrison, the makeup under the direction of Mrs Irvine, prop masters Ms Bradbury and Mrs Mansfield set and prop designers Mrs Cottrell and Mrs Iacopetta. Our thanks also to Mrs Roberts and Ms Williams-Ritchie for the marketing and program and Mrs Schubert for ticketing and administration. There are so many others who also contributed to the success of this musical and they are listed in the official program of the show.

In concluding my address to the girls at Assembly I encouraged them to always learn from and celebrate each other's successes and come to see the importance of joining in with others to achieve goals that perhaps on their own they might not be capable of – whether it be in the classroom, or on the sports field, or in the debating halls or in friendship groups may they come to understand that working together makes them stronger and helps give meaning to their lives.

God Bless 

Mrs Dale Morrow

Deputy Principal - Students, Ms Catherine Allen

Navigating an online world can be complex. Before you know it, you can be headed into territory that was not a destination considered or wanted. The eSafety commissioner has a number of free webinars for parents and carers. You can access these at Webinars for parents and carers | eSafety Commissioner. There is a lot of other information that can be accessed via that can be found behind the parent tile on MySRC. Thanks to the P&F for their support of this subscription.

There has been much discussion recently about consent and respectful relationships. Queensland Health in partnership with Education Queensland commissioned True Relationships and Reproductive Health to develop RRP.

The program enjoys in-principle support from the following organisations:

  • Queensland Teachers Union (QTU)
  • Queensland Association of Special Education Leaders (QASEL)
  • Parents and Citizen’s Queensland (P&Cs)
  • Queensland Association of State School Principals (QASSP)
  • Queensland Secondary Principal’s Association (QSPA)

Participants do need to register for each course, but this doesn’t attract a cost – it is absolutely free for educators and parents/carers.

There is an Online self-paced access to the RRP parent/carer pack available here.

Student Drivers

So, your daughter has got her licence. Exciting times! A reminder to these parents/carers to consider their Student Driver as per the information sent at the beginning of the year.

Increasing numbers in student drivers are being experienced by all schools. As a campus with no onsite student parking, we request that student drivers be very mindful of road rules and respectful of residents in the immediate and surrounding streets, and particularly the right of residents to have unobstructed access to their property, day and night. Authorities can regularly patrol known ‘hot spots’ such as school precincts. Illegal parking and/or driving behaviour can result in significant loss of demerit points.

Some road rules Student Drivers should be careful of and for which the College receives the most complaints are:

  • Parking less than 10m from a street intersection is illegal
  • Parking within 1m of another parked car is illegal
  • Parking on a yellow line, even the slightest bit, is illegal
  • Blocking or even partially blocking a driveway is illegal

 Cars driven by students are not to enter the school grounds.

 No student is to be a passenger in a student-driven car unless prior notification in writing is given to the Principal by the parents/carers of both the driver and the passenger(s).

The College encourages our student drivers to register their name and regular vehicle make/colour/registration with the Principal’s Assistant, Mrs Tuite. Residents will often telephone the College to report concerns with parking or obstruction to driveways. The College will then aim to locate the driver and rectify the problem. Holding a driver register at the College has often avoided residents contacting authorities regarding their concern.

To register your daughter driving to school and her vehicle, please email Mrs Tuite at

Deputy Principal - Studies, Mrs Maree Trims

New QCE Review

QCAA is conducting a review of the new QCE system now that it has undertaken the first cycle with the graduation of students in 2020. QCAA is also inviting students, parents/carers to share their views via an anonymous online survey. I encourage you to complete this survey (click here) if you completed Year 12 in 2020 or undertook a Unit 3/4 subject in 2020.

Assistant Principal - Teaching and Learning, Mr Martin Lobb

NAPLAN Online - Years 7 and 9

This year St Rita’s College will be completing NAPLAN Online on May 11, 12, 13 and 14.

The schedule for the tests is as follows:

If a student is absent on any day of testing, please, in the first instance, follow normal College procedures regarding absences. It would also be appreciated if, in the case of absence, an email to myself at could be made, indicating how long you expect the absence to be so that Catch-up tests can be arranged.

Preparation for the tests is currently underway, particularly in Mathematics and English classes. All Years 7 and 9 students have also had access to the NAPLAN Practice Tests. The Public demonstration site ( is a useful resource to gain familiarity with the online testing environment.

Ultimately the best preparation for NAPLAN is the support of family and school. It is important that all students are reassured that while we all want success for our daughters and students, it is a ‘point-in-time’ test which is measurement tool only. In many ways, a good night’s sleep and breakfast is the best preparation. It is important that while we want all students to give their best, they also do not feel any overwhelming pressure or stress to perform.

Requirements for NAPLAN:

  • Students must bring wired earbuds/headphones to complete NAPLAN Online testing.
  • Wireless/Bluetooth earbuds/headphones (such as AirPods) are not permitted.
  • Students do not require expensive earbuds or headphones.
  • Students must also bring a pen for their planning/working out.
  • Water bottles are permitted.

You can access more Parent information regarding NAPLAN on the following link:

NAPLAN Online – information for parents and carers

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like further information about the College’s NAPLAN Online program.

Assistant Principal - Mission, Mrs Erica Qureshi

This Term we have introduced two new retreats to our Student Formation program. Last week, our Year 9 students retreated on Wednesday and our Year 11 students retreat on Thursday this week.  Our Retreat program falls into line with our Social Emotional Learning Program, when students learn that spirituality is a viable approach and means to address well-being.  

The concept of Retreat, of going aside from the busyness of life, in order to think and pray about our lives, is very ancient.  Human beings seem always to have known, intuitively, that sometimes we need to stop and that these times of stopping actually make our lives richer, renew our energy and help us to be clearer about what’s important in our lives.

Jesus had that consciousness, too. In John’s Gospel we read:

The apostles gathered around Jesus and told him all that they had done and taught. He said to them, “Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.”  For many were coming and going, and they had no leisure even to eat.  And they went away in a boat to a deserted place by themselves. (6: 30-32)

Our hope is that our students continue to realise the importance – both through their teenage years and as they graduate from secondary education – of stepping back from their busy lives for prayer, reflection and renewal, and that these can be the wellspring from which they draw when times are both good and not so. 

Kildare Community Mass

Nagle Prize 2021

Entries are now open for the Nagle Education Alliance of Australia's Nagle Prize 2021. Entries close Friday 28 May 2021. Further details below. 

What You Need to Know
Keep Up the Good COVID Safe Work
A Message to all Drivers
Upcoming Term Dates
St Rita's College Carnival - Sunday 25 July from 10:00am - 4:00pm
Service Rosters

Keep Up the Good COVID Safe Work

Please continue to support the College and the wider community by maintaining measures to prevent possible spread of illnesses. The College has a Zero Tolerance of sickness on campus.

  • Remain at home if you are unwell.
  • If a member of your family has cold or flu-like symptoms, the Queensland Health guidelines recommend a COVID test and self-isolation until the test results are received.

 Also continue to:

  • Wash hands with soap and water frequently or use hand sanitiser if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or flexed elbow.
  • Dispose of tissues in a suitable bin.

We value the support of parents and carers in our endeavours to keep our College community fit and healthy and enable the girls to safely return to the school in Term 2.

A Message to all Drivers

Please adhere to parking within the laws and ensure residents have unobstructed access to their properties. Wednesday is Bin Day in the district. Please avoid parking in front of neighbours’ bins. If residents choose to place their bins on the street rather than the footpath, it is best to leave them, even if it means you have a park a little further away.

Upcoming Term Dates

Friday 30 April: Year 7 Immunisations. All information is uploaded to the date on the MySRC calendar date entry

Monday 3 May: Labour Day Public Holiday

Tuesday 4 May: Student Parent Teacher Years 7 - 9 - Online Interviews 3:30pm-8:30pm

Tuesday 4 May: Parents & Friends Meeting, 6:00pm, Heritage Room

Tuesday 4 May: Sports Subcommittee Meeting, 6:00pm, Stanley Hall Staff Room

Wednesday 5 May: Cocurricular and House Group photographs. Please refer to schedule in MySRC calendar date entry

Wednesday 5 May: Music Support Group Meeting, 6:00pm, Trinity Centre

Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 May: NAPLAN (Years 7 and 9)

St Rita's College Carnival - Sunday 25 July from 10:00am - 4:00pm

Please keep a lookout on the Carnival notices on the App (make sure you have selected this in Settings/Subscriptions/Community).  

  • The Carnival email is up and running. Please use it for any communication you wish to send to the convenors, Scott Delaney and Katrina Moore:
  • The Carnival Facebook page is also up and running and heaps of parents are joining the page every day. We use the page for Call Outs and community engagement. Click Here to access.

It isn’t too late to put up your hand. Please contact Scott and Katrina at if you would like to lend a hand or have an idea for Carnival.

Special Call Outs

Sparky Needed

Mr Trevor Fox, our Site Manager extraordinaire, requires a qualified Sparky to assist him with set up and be on call during the Carnival day. Please contact if you can help with this role.

Musicians and Entertainers

Do you know of anyone who could do with 30 minutes or an hour of fame? We are looking for local talent to enthrall Carnival goers from the Main Stage throughout the day. We are open to all ideas. Please email if you know of anyone we can contact.

Service Rosters

Zillmere Homework Help Roster

Students are to meet the supervising teacher outside Student Reception at 3:10pm. Please note, students will be dismissed from Zillmere Library at 4:30pm

Wednesday 5 May: Sarah Gallagher, Libby Fryar, Charley Atchison and Ella Innes

Big Brekky Roster

Students are to meet the supervising staff member at Student Services by 5:55am. Students are to wear modest clothing and enclosed shoes.

Tuesday 4 May: Ms Allen will accompany Olivia Marcoionni, Abbey Houston, Amelia Watt and Georgia Tiffin

Tuesday 11 May: Mrs Siddiqui will accompany Kate Dalton, Bella Jebb, Dani Fensom and Cleo Shave

Rosies School Outreach Program

Students are to meet their supervising staff member at Little Flower Kedron Parish Hall at 6:00pm. Students are to wear modest clothing and enclosed shoes.

Monday 10 May: Mr Babao will accompany Ella Taylor, Bianca Besly, Jordyn Keble and Lauren Birthisel.

ESU - English Speaking Union
UN Youth Queensland - FunMUN Registrations

ESU - English Speaking Union

Students interested in participating in the ESU competition are to contact Mrs Specogna.

The English-Speaking Union (ESU) is an international educational charity dedicated to promoting international understanding and human achievement through English. The Secondary Schools’ Public Speaking Competition requires students to speak on a subject of their choice inspired by a broad ESU nominated topic connected to ESU’s philosophy. The specific 2021 Heat nominated topic for each level is on the ESU website (click here) for this competition. Students in the Grand Finals will speak to new nominated topics for the required Prepared and Impromptu speaking section. Cash prizes for winners and runners up. Each student will receive valuable oral feedback on the night of speech presentation. Further information about ESU is available on their website - click here.

UN Youth Queensland - FunMUN Registrations

In past years, many students have enjoyed the opportunities of UN model debating. The first event for 2021 is now open.

FunMUN is an exciting opportunity for students with diverse interests, experiences, and abilities to participate in a fun, introductory version of the events we hold at UN Youth Australia. It builds confidence in students, sparks interest in the workings of the United Nations and prepares students for further engagement with UN Youth Australia. No previous knowledge or experience with international affairs, public speaking, or debating is necessary. The program of FunMun pits delegates (students) representing different countries big and small against each other over a range of geo-political situations and impromptu scenarios, keeping them on their toes. This means that a country like Azerbaijan has as much to say on an issue as the United States of America. All in all, FunMUN is the perfect mix of crazy, serious and outright theatrics to introduce students to the world of UN Youth and international affairs.

Further details are available about UN Youth: click here.

Further details are available about UN Youth QLD: click here.

The online registration is now open: click here.

For any further information or questions, please contact Mrs Specogna or Mr Harvey.

Pathways and Careers
Save the Date - Year 10 Careers Day, Wednesday 16 June
CareerMe App
Preparation for post Year 12
QTAC and Tertiary Entry
Open Days, Expos and Career Markets
Options Career Information Bulletin

Save the Date - Year 10 Careers Day, Wednesday 16 June

In Term 2, in the lead up to Senior subject selection, the Year 10 girls will be involved in Careers Day. This day features guest speakers working with the girls in small groups. Numerous industries are represented and based on the request of the girls. Many of the guest speakers are parents, past students or Alumnae members. If you would like to assist us by speaking with the girls so they can discover greater insight into particular jobs/careers, please email Mrs Kylie O’Hare at

CareerMe App

We will be using this App for some years in our Year 10 Careers program and it contains a wealth of information for both students and parents in relation to particular jobs, industry information, average wages, required qualifications, and job prospects. The Year 10 students will be using the App in their Careers classes in coming weeks. It is available in Android version or can be downloaded free from the Apple App Store.

Preparation for post Year 12

Term 2 is traditionally a very busy Term for Career Expos, Open Days etc, and a busy Term for Year 12s to do further planning for the year beyond your graduation. Hopefully, this year, institutions will be hosting their regular on-campus Open Days, but in addition to this are hosting on-line webinars and sessions for students and parents to engage with. If you haven’t already started planning and doing your research now is the time to get it all together. 

A few valuable tips:

  • Don’t delete any careers emails without reading them thoroughly
  • Start your research now – this is YOUR future you are investing in
  • Ask many questions – the only silly question is the one NOT asked
  • Approach this process (your transition from school) with an open mind
  • Remember your decisions will be based on your research, so do it well
  • Have the courage to step outside your comfort zone or look at things a little differently
  • Always have a Plan B as Plan A might not pan out as hoped
  • Seek advice from a variety of people (don’t just take your friend’s view)
  • Like and follow a variety of institutions pages on Facebook, Insta, YouTube eg: QTAC, UQ, TAFE, myQCE, QUT etc
  • Keep all your information or research together in the one place, this will help you later in the year   
  • Add all the important events to your calendar so you don’t miss them
  • View the resources in the Careers section of the library, they are there for you
  • Look out for Early Entry Programs you might consider applying for – it is always handy to know you have a place secured long before the external exams even start

The girls will receive their QTAC Guide in June/July. It contains information about courses you can apply for through QTAC and application processes.

Year 12 students are strongly advised to start a folder of information they will need later in the year and early next year. Keep this folder in your room at home and add to it during the year. Items that could be placed in this folder include:

  • Learning Unique Identifier (LUI) number and password for your Learning Account so you can access your Year 12 results early.  You will also be required to know your LUI to complete your QTAC application.
  • Tax File Number (TFN), which you will need to apply for a HELP loan next year. You also need a TFN if you want to be paid for a full-time or part-time job.
  • The QTAC Guide, which you will receive in June.
  • Course, job and tertiary entry information you gather at career markets/expos, institution open days, TSXPO, etc.
  • The list of courses you are considering (if you haven’t a clue, make an appointment to see your Guidance Counsellor/Officer ASAP!).
  • Handouts on tertiary entry you are given at Year 12 assemblies, expos and lunchtime talks.
  • Information about available scholarships and tips for submitting a great application.
  • Additional qualifications you might wish to submit as part of your QTAC application and/or portfolio particularly if applying for EAS
  • Any other information related to your plans for 2022.

QTAC and Tertiary Entry

Sign-up to receive QTAC news

Keep up to date with changes at QTAC to ensure you make well researched decisions based on current information. Click here if you want to receive QTAC news updates.

Online resources for Year 12 parents

Transitioning from high school to university can be a challenging journey for students and their parents.  Several universities provide resources for parents to support them and their children through the transition.  Some examples are:

The Good Universities Guide

This guide provides information on Australian university courses, university ratings, careers and other tertiary study topics.  It comes in three formats – a website, an e-book and a hardcopy book which can be purchased from the Good Education Bookshop. Information about scholarships is available on the website site. The Education Blogs page contains articles on a range of topics including 4 tips for making the most of O Week, student life and student stories.  Posts include:

UCAT and Pathways into Medicine Information Session

The National Institute of Education will be holding information webinars leading up to the test dates for 2021 UCAT. The webinars cover: 

  • What is UCAT? UCAT scores? UCAT Sub-Tests?
  • The Undergraduate Selection Criteria
  • Application process into universities for medicine and dentistry
  • When and who can sit the UCAT
  • UCAT vs UMAT - How is UCAT different and why was UMAT replaced?
  • Can you prepare for the UCAT?
  • Undergraduate medical school interview process explained and advice
  • Gap year
  • Alternative degrees and career choices

Click here to register to be sent information on upcoming webinar events.

Dental Health Science

From 2022 admissions into the Dental Health Science degree will be determined by the following three essential components:

  • Performance in the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT ANZ)
  • Performance in the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)
  • Academic attainment

The MMI is designed to assess communication skills, specifically verbal and nonverbal skills that cannot be measured by standardised exams or transcripts. The MMI typically consists of six to 10 very short interviews that revolve around a specific scenario.

Click here for information on UCAT ANZ. There is a short video on how best to go about preparing to sit the UCAT in 2021. Key dates of UCAT in 2021 are:

  • 1 March 2021: Booking Opened
  • 17 May 2021: Booking Deadline
  • 31 May 2021: Late Booking Deadline
  • 1 July 2021: Testing begins
  • 11 August 2021: Last Testing

QTAC applications close 30 September and MMI’s to be held 25 and 26 November.

Queensland Conservatorium Application and Audition process

The application process for undergraduate study at the Queensland Conservatorium aims to ensure the health and safety of both applicants and staff. Applications for the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Musical Theatre and Bachelor of Acting close 31 August 2021. Applicants will be required to submit a video audition and CV by the application closing date. There are three steps in the application process:

  1. Apply to QTAC by the close date
  2. Pay your Audition fees
  3. Register

The Griffith Uni website will be updated in August when QTAC opens with all required details. In the meantime, you can register your interest for any updates.

Cut-off date for creative industries audition/portfolio entry courses application

In addition to applying to QTAC, students must register online to QUT by 5:00pm on Monday 27 September for courses with audition or portfolio entry requirements. For more information please refer to the information on the QUT website.

VET pathways for high school students 

 Griffith recognises the skills and knowledge gained through Vocational Education and Training (VET) as a highly effective pathway to university. While Griffith encourages you to achieve an ATAR, they still recognise stand-alone VET qualifications completed at high school. If you complete a Certificate III, IV or Diploma and meet the English prerequisite you may be eligible for a place in a range of Griffith degrees. Click here to find out more and to view the list of eligible degrees.

Open Days, Expos and Career Markets

2021 Tertiary Studies Expo reminder

The annual Brisbane Tertiary Studies Expo (TSXPO), Australia's largest tertiary studies expo, offers a unique opportunity for anyone interested in starting, changing or upgrading their career. It will be held at the Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane Showgrounds on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 July 2021 from 10:00am to 4:00pm on both days. Featuring many local, interstate and overseas education providers, students' services and support agencies. Don't miss this great opportunity to map out your future, all in the one location!

QUT Open Days

There’ll be tours of the campus and facilities on Saturday 24 July and online seminars and expert advice on Sunday 25 July. When you sign up for Open Day email updates you’ll go into the draw to win a MacBook Air.


Upcoming Events 

Options Career Information Bulletin

Click here to access the full Options Career Information Bulletin.

Study Skills
Homework Flyer for Parents

Homework Flyer for Parents

Homework is an essential part of the learning process. It provides students with the opportunity to practise, reinforce or apply newly-acquired skills and knowledge and to learn the skills of independent study. It also fosters initiative, responsibility and self-discipline. Click here to access a Homework flyer for parents.

CaSSSA Sport - Term 1
CaSSSA Sport - Term 2
Cross Country
Hockey and Touch Football Coaching Opportunities
Water Polo Coaching Opportunities

CaSSSA Sport - Term 1

Finals for Term 1 CaSSSA sport were completed Wednesday 14 April with some all-round fantastic performances. The below table presents the results. Special mention must go out to the Junior Indoor Cricket Team who went through the Term undefeated and took out the Championships. Congratulations.

CaSSSA Sport - Term 2

CaSSSA Term 2 Sport is underway with first game commencing Wednesday 28 April. The sports being undertaken include:

  • Junior Touch
  • Junior and Open Hockey
  • Junior Volleyball
  • Intermediate and Open Netball

Best of luck to all the teams and hope they have a great term enjoying their sport of choice.

Cross Country

Information will be sent to families regarding the CaSSSA Cross Country Championships and the process involved in gaining selection into the squad to compete at the Championships. 

There are some changes to the structure of the Cross Country and Run Club sessions, with Cross Country and Run Club joining forces. This will see Run Club train at the same time as Cross Country however, there will be a sperate session on offer to cater for the girls who just aren’t quite ready for the intensity of Cross Country training. Training sessions take place on the following mornings and both Run Club and Cross Country participants are encouraged to attend any of these sessions.

  • Monday 6:30am – 7:30am
  • Tuesday 6:30am – 7:30am
  • Thursday 6:30am – 7:30am

Cross Country Age Champions

Congratulations to the students who were awarded places in the Cross Country Age Champions. Some great racing all around. Looking forward to the CaSSSA Championships.

12 Years

1. Sophia Perkins

2. Ava Ferguson

3. Kaitlyn Muir-McCarey


13 Years

1. Rose Acklin

2. Romy Vickers

3. Ruby Crowther


14 Years

1. Lucia Andrews

2. Caitlin Mahar

3. Isabella Farkas


15 Years

1. Nina Vickers

2. Tilly Hughes 

3. Izabelle Cooper

Hockey and Touch Football Coaching Opportunities

The College is seeking casual sport coaches for Hockey and Touch Football during Term 2, 2021 (26 April – 25 June). Competitive hourly rates are offered.

Casual sport coaches are paid for a minimum of two hours for each engagement. Required days will be confirmed on appointment and can be flexible. Specific coaching experience in the sport is preferred but not essential. A Paid Work Blue Card is a mandatory requirement for sport coaches.

More information/expression of interest forms can be requested from Mr Dane Robinson, Director of Sport:

Applications are requested by 3 May 2021 and should include a brief resume advising of experience and availability.

Water Polo Coaching Opportunities

The College is seeking casual sport coaches for Water Polo during the 2021/22 season. Competitive hourly rates are offered.

The Water Polo season runs from August 2021 to April 2022, or later as deemed by competition results. On average, approximately six hours per week, morning and/or afternoon out of school hours during Term time is required of a coach over the season. Coaching days will be confirmed closer to the season and can be flexible, however the candidate must be available for attendance at Water Polo games on Saturdays.

A Paid Work Blue Card will be a mandatory requirement for coaches and can be applied for if you are successful in coming on board as a Water Polo Coach for the College.

To receive more detailed information/expression of interest form, please email Ms Madison Wall, Head Coach Water Polo on with a brief resume advising of experience and availability by Monday 17 May 2021.

Fortnightly Hot Menu

Fortnightly Hot Menu

Week beginning Tuesday 4 May


Steamed pork buns                                           $5.00

House made salami pizza (g/f avail)                  $7.00

Beef and black bean with steamed rice              $7.00

Spinach & ricotta ravioli with creamy Nap sauce $5.50


Butter chicken pies with chips                          $7.00

Peking style pork with steamed rice                  $7.00

Steamed dim sums                                            $4.00

Penne pasta with basil pesto                             $5.50


Honey chicken and steamed rice                       $7.00

Beef burritos with gems (g/f and v avail)           $7.00

Vegetarian spring rolls                                       $5.00

Penne pasta with bolognaise                              $5.50 


Salt and pepper calamari                                  $5.00

Braised chicken & gravy with pearl cous cous     $7.00

Spinach & fetta pie                                           $6.00

Penne pasta with bacon, basil & tomato sugo     $5.50

Week beginning Monday 10 May


Special fried rice                                               $5.00

Salami & cheese pita pockets                             $6.00

Penne pasta with creamy broad bean pesto        $5.50



Massaman curry and steamed rice                     $8.00

Fried wontons                                                  $4.00

Vegetable fritters with tomato relish                 $4.00

Penne pasta with creamy chicken                      $5.50



Mongolian beef and steamed rice                      $7.00

Chicken schnitzel with chips (g/f avail)              $7.00

Arancini pumpkin parmy with aioli (v)                $6.00

Penne pasta with bolognaise                              $5.50   



Honey chicken and steamed rice                        $7.00

Pulled pork sliders and potato gems (g/f avail)   $7.00

Vegetarian spring rolls                                       $5.00

Penne pasta with bacon, basil & tomato sugo     $5.50



Beef burger with chips (g/f and v avail)             $7.00

Stir fried veg with Hokkien noodles                    $5.00

Steamed dim sims                                             $4.00 

Penne pasta with bolognaise                              $5.50

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