Summer Uniform Changeover

Summer Uniform change over will occur in the last week of Term 3 and the first week of Term 4.

This means, all students are required to wear their Winter uniform until at least Monday 11 September.

If students choose to change over to their Summer uniform after that date, they must be wearing the full Summer uniform (not a hybrid).

Remember, scarves are not part of the Summer uniform.

Please ensure all Summer uniform items are of the required length and condition.

The Uniform Shop hours are on the Website, should you need to replace anything

Last Day for Term 3

The last day of Term 3 is 15 September 2023.

Please note that school will finish at:

2:15 PM for Knight Street Campus

2:10 PM for Emmaus Campus

and 2:00 PM for MCP Campus

On The Couch with Deputy Principal of Catholic Identity - Jason Giuliani

Year 9 & 10 Italian Immersion Camp

This past week, Signora Mei and Signorina Lott accompanied a group of Year 9 and 10 students to an Italian Immersion camp in Ovens.

Students were exposed to the Italian language and culture in a variety of ways - through cooking, art, music, and of course, dance!

It was a fantastic experience and the students made strong connections with other students across the region who are studying Italian.

Outdoor & Environmental Studies - Ski Camps

Over the course of the last three weeks, the two Outdoor Education Studies classes have been on ski camps to Mt Stirling and Mt Buller.

Whilst the mild winter conditions had reduced the cover at Mt Stirling, both groups got to ski the upper Stirling trail on the cross-country day and worked on their basic skills on the flat. Students were able to see the impact of human activity on the mountain where the snow had melted as well as observing pest plant species, later they enjoyed lunch in an alpine hut.

At Mt Buller the conditions were fine for both groups on the first downhill day, with a lesson followed by practice on the main runs. Extreme winds cut short skiing on the second downhill day for one group. While fresh snow fell throughout the day for the other group, which provided powder snow, but limited visibility.

Students steadily improved their skills and headed back to Shepparton very tired after an action packed 3 days.