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We congratulate Mariah Brody who is currently competing in the Australian Gymnastics Championships
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Preparing our students to not just think, but really know, deep down – that nothing can stand in their way and that...
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Installation of new roof sheeting has begun in the first of 6 sections of the 50m long roof.
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Upcoming events and news for Term 2 Weeks 4 and 5
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We congratulate all our students for their enthusiasm in participating in the Decathlon and their wonderful...
1 week 5 days ago
The focus of the Prayer was centred around the ongoing nurturing that mothers provide to their children every day.
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The Bridge Restaurant will be open on Wednesday 29 May at 12.30pm. Please visit ...

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Music - Australian National Eisteddfod 2019 – Strings (Saturday 1 June)

Our Strings group will be...

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The Feast Day of St Angela Merici will be celebrated on Friday 31 May. The day’s celebrations will commence with extended PC...

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Our guests participated in House Panel discussions to share recollections, reflections and advice to current students.
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Students wrote messages of thanks, appreciation and love to their mums and significant others; recognising the...
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If food waste were a country, it would be the world's third largest emitter of greenhouse gases, behind the U.S...
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Merici's Music Facilitator selected for Ghana Fellowship

HELPING TEACHERS TEACH MORE WITH LESS: a global project. Leading teacher training in limited resource contexts. 

Limited Resource Teaching Training (LRTT) enables teachers from around the world to share their ideas, knowledge and passion for teaching. Together they can inspire, support and motivate each other to ensure students receive the highest quality of education.

Merici Weekly Green Tip #12

Here is our green tip for the week:

DID YOU KNOW …

Deforestation is a key contributor to climate change and biodiversity loss!

You can make a difference by switching your online search engine to ‘Ecosia’. Ecosia’s advertising income goes towards reforestation programs in Africa, South America and Asia that improve environmental quality and promote sustainable livelihoods for disadvantaged communities. WWW.ECOSIA.ORG

 

 

 

Bec DeCourcy

Sustainability Officer

 

Memories@Merici with Anna Pino

Anna is Chief Executive Officer and owner of Lighthouse Business Innovation Centre (Lighthouse), an Innovation Consultancy in Canberra.

Anna graduated from Catholic Girls High (now Merici College) in 1980 and has since studied at the Australian National University, University of Canberra, and Harvard.  

What our parents are saying about Merici!

We recently asked our parent community what they like most about Merici College. Here's what they had to say:

The culture at Merici was what attracted us to enrol our daughter. The school environment is very inclusive and provides opportunities for students to achieve. The students are well-balanced, and our two enrolled daughters are very happy to be part of the Merici community. Year 7 Parent

My daughters thoroughly enjoy participating in the numerous co-curricular activities on offer at the College. Year 9 Parent

CONTEMPORARY DANCE WORKSHOP

On Tuesday 6 June, the Year 9 and 10 Dance students were privileged to participate in a contemporary dance workshop, led by two independent dance artists and recent graduates of the Victorian College of the Arts, Jack Riley and Olivia McPherson.

Jack and Olivia began the workshop by leading students through a warmup and a series of travelling and floor exercises. Emphasis was on activating one’s core and softening the legs to get close to the floor. The class progressed to movement phrases which were fast, fluid and connected. The students’ confidence grew as the class went on.