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Dear Parents and Guardians

Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)

This week has been another very exciting and engaging one at our school. In recognition of the developing connections between Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, and the increasing understanding of the importance of digital literacy, we proudly celebrated STEM this week.

The week was filled with many authentic STEM activities that highlighted to students the real world applications of these important subject areas and the necessary associated skills for future success. From drones to augmented reality games, from paper plane design through to 'elephant's toothpaste', the College was alive this week with students experiencing first hand the great joy and excitement involved in STEM.



This week the College engaged in a celebration of STEM, exploring Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. We focused on Drones, Droids and Robots as our theme this year. During the breaks our campus buzzed with experiments, displays, competitions, puzzles and activities. From aerial videography, mini drone jump racers and water rockets, to an outdoor maze, holographic projections, and a 3D printer, our students enjoyed a variety of experiences.

Visiting Primary School students and their teachers were particularly impressed by our enthusiastic Year 7 students running the Drone Zone in the Alexis Resource Centre, supported by Harvey Norman City West.

Thank you to the staff and students for their assistance in making the week such a success.Thank you also to our resident DJ, Year 12 student Matt Bellissimo, who made Break 2 come alive.


Servite Memorial Match

In memory of former student Daniel Peake, in 2013 the Student Executive began a new tradition at the College to honour Servite teachers and students who have joined Christ.

The 2016 Servite Memorial Match was once again a strong community event with many current students and alumni enjoying the afternoon with staff. The Peake family attended and shared some special words with the community, reminding us of why we pay tribute to those who have departed.

The football game between the Year 11 and 12 students was a fiercely competitive match, played in good spirit with some highlight plays. The annual Best of Ground was awarded to Curtis Maxwell for his fantastic efforts and great sportsmanship. The Servite Ministry Team catered the event with a bake sale and sausage sizzle enjoyed by all, with all profits going to CanTeen.


Mr Ryan Wiles
Director of Ministry