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Penola House Day was a wonderful celebration of the House.
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My last piece of advice to you girls is that when people say you have the power and potential to change the world –...
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Upcoming events for Term 3 Weeks 4 and 5.
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This week we showcase Brigitte Sander’s piece titled Camille’s Meadow which uses the Romantic genre to explore nature...
1 week 21 hours ago
As part of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training Innovation Month, Jade Esler, Merici Year 11...
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We congratulate Brianna Farell who is currently participating in the School Sport Australia Girls 16 Years and Under...
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To celebrate National Women’s Health Week Merici College will be offering all women connected to the Merici College community...

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Students from a Defence Force family at Merici College have been invited to participate in the 2018 Battle for Australia...

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There was an error in the last What’s On. Book Week is held during Week 5 of this term (20–24 August), not Week 6. Apologies...

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Congratulations to all our students on their academic achievements in Semester 1, 2018.
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A Time to be Thankful!
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ABC's War on Waste Season 2 commences Tuesday 24 July. ...
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Aerospace Engineering - Samantha Trafford writes about the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn

Our Year 10 Engineering students began their aerospace engineering course this year looking at the history of human space flight and exploration.  As part of this topic each student undertook research on a space mission of their choice, and produced a popular science-style article about that mission.

This week, Samantha Trafford writes about the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn.

College Achievement – Energy Consumption reduced by 10%

Hi everyone,

Your friendly neighbourhood Sustainability Officer here with an exciting energy update …

So far this year, we have reduced our energy consumption by 10%!

This may sound small, but it’s a massive achievement. To put it into perspective, we’ve saved 18, 867 kWh, enough to power three typical 4-person houses in Ainslie for a year.

Thank you to everyone who has been Flicking the Switch and encouraging their students to do so. Your combined efforts have produced a real, tangible change – so well done 

Our International Baccalaureate Journey

As a community, we have been considering the merits of International Baccalaureate (IB) programs in the Merici context since 2016.  Our early investigations found a high level of alignment between the existing Merici Mission and Vision Statement and Principles of Powerful Learning and the IB Mission statement and IB Learner Profiles. The IB’s focus on inquiry learning also reflected Merici’s pedagogical approach to teaching and learning, while providing additional teaching resources and research-based support underpinning the programs.

A Reflection from Sr Genny Ryan osu from the Australian Ursulines on St Angela Merici Day

Today, here, at Merici College we gather to celebrate the life of a woman known to us as Angela Merici. Angela was born in 1470, in an insignificant farming village called Desenzarno. Later, after the death of her parents she moved to Brescia to live with an uncle.It was not until Angela was 65 years old that she and her friends formed the “Company of St Ursula”.

They were recognised as STRONG, INDEPENDENT, WISDOM women.

Together they promised to devote their lives to