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Published 24/09/2021 · Academic

It has been a busy week for our girls with many attending end of season presentations for hockey and netball. Congratulations to Kiera Watts on her runner up Fairest and Best hockey award.

Last Sunday, our Year 12 boarders were farewelled at high tea and later in the evening at a fabulous Skit Night which was organised by our Year 11’s.

Monday evening’s Mercy Dinner was a wonderful event attended by our Sisters of Mercy who always love catching up with the boarders and hearing their stories. We also announced our 2022 boarding leaders and I congratulate the girls below on being elected to the Boarding Council.

Head Boarders – Bridie D’alton and Selena Thompson

Boarding Councillors – Madison Hall, Angelica D’Anna and Kyra Clayton

Congratulations also to the following boarders who were successful in gaining school based leadership positions;

College Ministry Leader – Taylah Knight

McAuley House Leader – Bernadette Gregory

O’Connor House Leader – Kyra Clayton

I thank you as always for your continued support of our boarding community and wish you and your daughters a safe and restful break .

Annamaria Cream
Head of Boarding

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