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05.03.24
Term 1 Student Led Conferences for Years 7 to 12
The Year 7 to 12 Student Led Conferences for parents/carers and students will be held across two dates during Term 1: Wednesday 27th March (Week 9) from 4pm to 7:30pm – these conferences will be held online via Microsoft Teams. Teachers will call the students on their Microsoft Teams account at the scheduled booking time to make contact. It is preferable that students use their school laptop for this. Tuesday 2nd April (Week 10) from 9am to 3pm – these conferences will be held face-to-face on site at St Edwards College. Teachers will be located in designated rooms throughout the College – a map including this information will be sent out prior to the date. On the day, students from the Prefect body will be on-site to help guide parents/carers in finding their way around the College. Student Led Conferences are an important opportunity for parents and teachers to meet with students and discuss their learning reflections and goals for the future, while giving feedback and suggestions on ways in which they can improve. Due to this, it is expected that students are present for the conferences. Parents will be able to book appointments for the Online afternoon/evening or the face-to-face day. All interviews will be of seven minutes duration. The Student Led Conference bookings are managed with an internet-based booking system called Parent Teacher On-Line (PTO). The steps to access PTO are below – once completed, you will receive an email from PTO allowing you to book interviews with your son’s teachers that you wish to see. Please not that bookings are limited. Access to PTO will be available from Monday 18 March at 7:00 pm and will be closed off for bookings two days before interviews. If you encounter any problems using PTO, please contact the school office on 4321 6400. Please follow these steps to access the system: Click here go to the PTO website Click on “Obtain PIN/Password” (you will need to supply your email address) Enter your email address and click on “Send Email” Check your email in-box for your login details or click on the link in the email Go back to the PTO website, login with the details supplied via email Follow the online instructions to complete the bookings. Please note that in Step 1 of the booking process you will need to select the start date and time by scrolling through the drop-down menu until you reach your desired start time. For additional information please click on the link below Additional Information | pdf    
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28.02.24
Open Day 2024
Come and join us for Open Day on Saturday 9 March 2024. Take a student-led tour of the College anytime between 10 am and 2 pm and see our purpose-built facilities, chat to our knowledgeable teachers and staff, and watch demonstrations of the various  subjects we offer at St Edward's.  Finish off the tour with a sausage sandwich and drink. All welcome! Please register your intention of attending for catering purposes. Register Here   [embed]https://youtu.be/qikYuo6RldQ[/embed]
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27.02.24
St Edward’s College and St Joseph’s College Joint Learning
Senior Class Joint Learning The successful integration of some senior classes from St Joseph's and St Edward's Colleges has brought a more diverse and inclusive learning environment to both schools and their students. Benefits to such a learning environment include expanded academic opportunities, enhanced resources, stronger community bonds, and improved student outcomes. The colleges currently have integrated classes in Earth and Environmental Science, Society and Culture, VET Retail, English Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Japanese Beginners, Drama, Engineering Studies, Multimedia, Outdoor Recreation and Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation.  
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26.02.24
Fun and Friendship at Year 7 Camp
On Wednesday, 14 February, 187 Year 7 students embarked on their inaugural College camp. The boys had only begun their school journey eight days prior to departure, making their eagerness and readiness to participate commendable. Over the course of three days, the boys encountered a range of weather conditions while engaging in various activities. During tent setup, the heat was intense, raising a few concerns and requiring a few adjustments.  Nonetheless, all students persevered, diligently applying sunscreen and preparing for a packed afternoon of activities. The activities encompassed Abseiling, Flying Fox, Leap of Faith, Burma Bridge, Raft Building, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Slingshot, Canoeing, and Orienteering. Witnessing each student overcome personal challenges with determination was truly inspiring. The primary goal of this camp was to foster connections and a sense of belonging within their new year group. I encouraged all students to forge new friendships during the three days, hoping they embraced this opportunity. Bringing together 193 students from diverse educational backgrounds marked a heartening start to their high school journey. Mr Marks Year 7 Pastoral Leader   [smallgallery fooid="50194"]
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05.03.24
Term 1 Student Led Conferences for Years 7 to 12
The Year 7 to 12 Student Led Conferences for parents/carers and students will be held across two dates during Term 1: Wednesday 27th March (Week 9) from 4pm to 7:30pm – these conferences will be held online via Microsoft Teams. Teachers will call the students on their Microsoft Teams account at the scheduled booking time to make contact. It is preferable that students use their school laptop for this. Tuesday 2nd April (Week 10) from 9am to 3pm – these conferences will be held face-to-face on site at St Edwards College. Teachers will be located in designated rooms throughout the College – a map including this information will be sent out prior to the date. On the day, students from the Prefect body will be on-site to help guide parents/carers in finding their way around the College. Student Led Conferences are an important opportunity for parents and teachers to meet with students and discuss their learning reflections and goals for the future, while giving feedback and suggestions on ways in which they can improve. Due to this, it is expected that students are present for the conferences. Parents will be able to book appointments for the Online afternoon/evening or the face-to-face day. All interviews will be of seven minutes duration. The Student Led Conference bookings are managed with an internet-based booking system called Parent Teacher On-Line (PTO). The steps to access PTO are below – once completed, you will receive an email from PTO allowing you to book interviews with your son’s teachers that you wish to see. Please not that bookings are limited. Access to PTO will be available from Monday 18 March at 7:00 pm and will be closed off for bookings two days before interviews. If you encounter any problems using PTO, please contact the school office on 4321 6400. Please follow these steps to access the system: Click here go to the PTO website Click on “Obtain PIN/Password” (you will need to supply your email address) Enter your email address and click on “Send Email” Check your email in-box for your login details or click on the link in the email Go back to the PTO website, login with the details supplied via email Follow the online instructions to complete the bookings. Please note that in Step 1 of the booking process you will need to select the start date and time by scrolling through the drop-down menu until you reach your desired start time. For additional information please click on the link below Additional Information | pdf    
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28.02.24
Open Day 2024
Come and join us for Open Day on Saturday 9 March 2024. Take a student-led tour of the College anytime between 10 am and 2 pm and see our purpose-built facilities, chat to our knowledgeable teachers and staff, and watch demonstrations of the various  subjects we offer at St Edward's.  Finish off the tour with a sausage sandwich and drink. All welcome! Please register your intention of attending for catering purposes. Register Here   [embed]https://youtu.be/qikYuo6RldQ[/embed]
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27.02.24
St Edward’s College and St Joseph’s College Joint Learning
Senior Class Joint Learning The successful integration of some senior classes from St Joseph's and St Edward's Colleges has brought a more diverse and inclusive learning environment to both schools and their students. Benefits to such a learning environment include expanded academic opportunities, enhanced resources, stronger community bonds, and improved student outcomes. The colleges currently have integrated classes in Earth and Environmental Science, Society and Culture, VET Retail, English Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Japanese Beginners, Drama, Engineering Studies, Multimedia, Outdoor Recreation and Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation.  
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26.02.24
Fun and Friendship at Year 7 Camp
On Wednesday, 14 February, 187 Year 7 students embarked on their inaugural College camp. The boys had only begun their school journey eight days prior to departure, making their eagerness and readiness to participate commendable. Over the course of three days, the boys encountered a range of weather conditions while engaging in various activities. During tent setup, the heat was intense, raising a few concerns and requiring a few adjustments.  Nonetheless, all students persevered, diligently applying sunscreen and preparing for a packed afternoon of activities. The activities encompassed Abseiling, Flying Fox, Leap of Faith, Burma Bridge, Raft Building, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Slingshot, Canoeing, and Orienteering. Witnessing each student overcome personal challenges with determination was truly inspiring. The primary goal of this camp was to foster connections and a sense of belonging within their new year group. I encouraged all students to forge new friendships during the three days, hoping they embraced this opportunity. Bringing together 193 students from diverse educational backgrounds marked a heartening start to their high school journey. Mr Marks Year 7 Pastoral Leader   [smallgallery fooid="50194"]
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05.03.24
Term 1 Student Led Conferences for Years 7 to 12
The Year 7 to 12 Student Led Conferences for parents/carers and students will be held across two dates during Term 1: Wednesday 27th March (Week 9) from 4pm to 7:30pm – these conferences will be held online via Microsoft Teams. Teachers will call the students on their Microsoft Teams account at the scheduled booking time to make contact. It is preferable that students use their school laptop for this. Tuesday 2nd April (Week 10) from 9am to 3pm – these conferences will be held face-to-face on site at St Edwards College. Teachers will be located in designated rooms throughout the College – a map including this information will be sent out prior to the date. On the day, students from the Prefect body will be on-site to help guide parents/carers in finding their way around the College. Student Led Conferences are an important opportunity for parents and teachers to meet with students and discuss their learning reflections and goals for the future, while giving feedback and suggestions on ways in which they can improve. Due to this, it is expected that students are present for the conferences. Parents will be able to book appointments for the Online afternoon/evening or the face-to-face day. All interviews will be of seven minutes duration. The Student Led Conference bookings are managed with an internet-based booking system called Parent Teacher On-Line (PTO). The steps to access PTO are below – once completed, you will receive an email from PTO allowing you to book interviews with your son’s teachers that you wish to see. Please not that bookings are limited. Access to PTO will be available from Monday 18 March at 7:00 pm and will be closed off for bookings two days before interviews. If you encounter any problems using PTO, please contact the school office on 4321 6400. Please follow these steps to access the system: Click here go to the PTO website Click on “Obtain PIN/Password” (you will need to supply your email address) Enter your email address and click on “Send Email” Check your email in-box for your login details or click on the link in the email Go back to the PTO website, login with the details supplied via email Follow the online instructions to complete the bookings. Please note that in Step 1 of the booking process you will need to select the start date and time by scrolling through the drop-down menu until you reach your desired start time. For additional information please click on the link below Additional Information | pdf    
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28.02.24
Open Day 2024
Come and join us for Open Day on Saturday 9 March 2024. Take a student-led tour of the College anytime between 10 am and 2 pm and see our purpose-built facilities, chat to our knowledgeable teachers and staff, and watch demonstrations of the various  subjects we offer at St Edward's.  Finish off the tour with a sausage sandwich and drink. All welcome! Please register your intention of attending for catering purposes. Register Here   [embed]https://youtu.be/qikYuo6RldQ[/embed]
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27.02.24
St Edward’s College and St Joseph’s College Joint Learning
Senior Class Joint Learning The successful integration of some senior classes from St Joseph's and St Edward's Colleges has brought a more diverse and inclusive learning environment to both schools and their students. Benefits to such a learning environment include expanded academic opportunities, enhanced resources, stronger community bonds, and improved student outcomes. The colleges currently have integrated classes in Earth and Environmental Science, Society and Culture, VET Retail, English Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2, Japanese Beginners, Drama, Engineering Studies, Multimedia, Outdoor Recreation and Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation.  
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26.02.24
Fun and Friendship at Year 7 Camp
On Wednesday, 14 February, 187 Year 7 students embarked on their inaugural College camp. The boys had only begun their school journey eight days prior to departure, making their eagerness and readiness to participate commendable. Over the course of three days, the boys encountered a range of weather conditions while engaging in various activities. During tent setup, the heat was intense, raising a few concerns and requiring a few adjustments.  Nonetheless, all students persevered, diligently applying sunscreen and preparing for a packed afternoon of activities. The activities encompassed Abseiling, Flying Fox, Leap of Faith, Burma Bridge, Raft Building, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Slingshot, Canoeing, and Orienteering. Witnessing each student overcome personal challenges with determination was truly inspiring. The primary goal of this camp was to foster connections and a sense of belonging within their new year group. I encouraged all students to forge new friendships during the three days, hoping they embraced this opportunity. Bringing together 193 students from diverse educational backgrounds marked a heartening start to their high school journey. Mr Marks Year 7 Pastoral Leader   [smallgallery fooid="50194"]
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