A Sea of Purple: Purple Bra Day

The College turned purple again on Thursday in honour of those who have been affected by breast cancer.

Our annual Purple Bra Day is organised by our Student Leadership Council. The day aims to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Care WA. There was a sea of purple, as students and staff showed their support by wearing purple for a gold coin donation.

The girls enjoyed a range of activities including face painting, the traditional Year 12 Ball Dress Parade, lunchtime sausage sizzle and a staff versus students dodgeball game.

All in all, it was a great day supporting a great cause!

Embracing Tradition: Praying the Rosary

One of the cherished traditions that we hold dear is our weekly gathering in the chapel to recite the Rosary. The Rosary isn’t just a routine prayer; it’s a sacred tradition that brings us together in faith and love.

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