The P&F, on behalf of the Mother’s Lunch Committee, are pleased to announce that over $14,000 was raised at this year’s event. Along with money raised throughout the year, the P&F will be able to make another significant donation to the MSM Sisters of Charity Scholarship Fund. THANK YOU to the organisers, participants and sponsors of the MSM Mother’s Lunch.
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“Balance Me”, an App created by a team of MSM Year 9 students, has reached the State Finals of The Tech Girls are Superheroes competition – a 12 week STEM entrepreneurship program. The App is designed to help students find an equilibrium in life. It is set apart from all other products because it considers what is essential for a healthy life – a blend of work, exercise and relaxation. As part of the competition students are required to present a comprehensive business plan, a working app prototype and a public pitch. Congratulations to Elora Brady, Siena D’Arienzo, Bella Leung-Dias, Jazmine Armstrong and Ella Patterson.
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Spirits were high during Day 2 of QCS. The 12s had their serious faces on during the two tests and their very happy faces on when the tests were finished! Well done girls!
In celebration and acknowledgment of the Year 12’s academic transformation and readiness for QCS, we celebrated with a picnic. The Year 12’s embraced their inner ‘Wonder Woman’ in preparation for two days of testing. It was great to see the students relaxing and creating moments of joy.
A highlight of every Book Week is when the Library holds a special morning tea for our Top 20 borrowers. Special mention must go to our top borrower, Lexi Agnew from Year 7C who has borrowed over 250 books so far this year! All the invited girls have now been given special privileges to reserve and review books in Oliver, our Library Management System.
Thank you to our Library Staff, Linda Morris and Heather Rose, who set up the morning tea, made the girls hot chocolates, and created certificates, showing each student how much money they have saved (and so have their parents! 😊) by borrowing out so many books instead of purchasing them.
Thank you also to our special guest, Ms Alison Correia the Year 7 Pastoral Leader. Finally, congratulations to the winner of the Lucky Door Prize, Emily Ford from 7F.
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Pre-service teachers were impressed with the Adobe Spark workshop Ms Juliette Bentley facilitated last week. The workshop focused on the use of effective and versatile digital technology for teaching resources and assignments. Pre-service teachers were excited to use these tools to heighten student engagement and collaboration in the classroom.
Our Year 12 students arrived excited and prepared for Day 1 of QCS.