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Pentacost Challenge

In Religious Education, Year 10s are learning about the importance of Pentecost. Today they undertook a ‘Pentecost Challenge’.

Year 10 Wellness Forum

The Year 10 Wellness Forum offered to Year 10 students this week, was an opportunity to sit at the feet of eight wonderful storytellers and hear their stories of hope, resilience and growth. 

Paper Cranes for Sadako

Year 9 student, Zima-Jade has created an origami mobile to represent a rainbow of coloured paper cranes in honour of Sadako Sasaki.

Best Wishes, Year 12s – Jennifer Oaten

We wish Year 12s the best in their preparation and emphasise the importance of staying active and healthy and connected during exam times. Check on each other regularly and reach out if you need support.

Year 7s Focus on Friendships

Healthy friendships are a vital part of positive mental health. Linda Stade spoke to Year 7s about some of the friendship issues they may encounter in early adolescence and some positive approaches they can take.

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Gone Fishing!

Fishing is not often associated with teenage girls, but maybe it should be. Year 11 Outdoor Education classes have been learning all facets of fishing.

Leadership Training Day

Last Thursday the leaders of 2021 were commissioned. This week, leadership training and formation sessions were held to start these girls on their journey.

Year 12 Boarders Say Thank You

Boarding staff members were acknowledged by the Year 12 boarders this week. The girls thanked the staff for all they’ve done for them during their time in their care at the College.

A Wrinkle in Time

The Middle School Production of ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ hit the stage over the weekend, with 60 cast and crew involved.

Thank You Letter To Catherine McAuley

I write this letter to you to say thank you to you, Catherine McAuley! We are so grateful to you for what we know as Mercy today. Without your opening of the House of Mercy in Dublin in September 1827, we may not exist as a thriving school community, for educating girls in the Mercy tradition which opened in 1938.

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