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18.02.19 Parent Connection
Enrolments for Year 7, 2020 Now Open
Enrolments are now open for Year 7, 2020 Our enrolment form is now available online, to enrol please use the link below: Enrol Now  
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15.02.19 Parent Connection
College Open Day
College Open Day - Saturday 9 March 2019 between 10 am and 2 pm. Families are invited to join student led tours of the College facilities and meet staff.
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14.02.19 Mission & Identity
Commencement Mass
Be the best you can be. The College Commencement Mass was once again a special day for St Edward's. The students were reverent, respectful and prayerful throughout the ceremony presided over by Father Raphael the Parish Priest of Wyoming. Congratulations must go to all our brilliant musicians who performed at Mass. Our musicians were thoroughly prepared by Mr Toole, Mrs Emmett and Mr Droz. Their performances added so much to the prayerful atmosphere of the mass. Father Raphael spoke eloquently on this year’s theme “Be the best you can be.” Our College Principal, Mr Bonnici also spoke about this topic. All who heard these speakers would understand that the men of St Edward's College are expected to put their best effort into all they do. The students were also encouraged to use their gifts and talents to involve themselves in as many activities as possible. Thanks to all the parents and friends of the College who were able to attend on the day. Mr Beacroft Director of Mission and Identity   [smallgallery fooid="16674"]   [embed][/embed]  
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12.02.19 Sport
College Swimming Carnival 2019
Friday 8 February saw the running of the 66th St Edward’s College Swimming Carnival at the Peninsula Leisure Centre Woy Woy. A bright, sunny day greeted our eager swimmers for what turned out to be a fantastic event. The senior boys embraced the colour and fanfare of the carnival, while the younger boys were enthusiastically involved in supporting their house colour. While the highlight of the day was watching the many talented swimmers we have at the College, it was also an opportunity to see the Year 12 boys embrace their last swimming carnival with colour, costumes and a variety of floatation devices crammed into their one heat approach to each event. Another year, another record for both Daniel McLoughlin (Doolan) and Jacob Curcio (Shanahan). Daniel set a new record in the Intermediate 200 m Freestyle of 2:04:53, funnily enough breaking Jacob’s previous mark from 2018. In the next race, it was Jacob’s turn to set a new record in the Senior 200 m Freestyle of 2:04:40. Later in the day Daniel also set a record in the Under 15’s, 50 m Backstroke of 30:25 seconds. The day also saw us crown our 2019 Age Champions: Age Group Age Champion House Under 12 Nate Vaughan Shanahan (Blue) Under 13 Kale Pauta Doolan (White) Under 14 Jayden Redfern Doolan (White) Under 15 Daniel McLoughlin Doolan (White) Under 16 Riley Marotta Knights (Green) Opens Jacob Curcio Shanahan (Blue)   Overall Doolan (White) House won the day on 1034 points, improving on their second placing last year. Shanahan (Blue) came in second on 972, followed by Spillane (Red) on 851 and Knights (Green) on 626. Many thanks to our fantastic staff for their tireless efforts on the day and their support in ensuring the carnival ran smoothly, thank you also to the many helpers who assisted with the set-up and pack-up of the carnival. Finally, I must congratulate all the students in attendance on their wonderful behaviour at the carnival. It was fantastic to speak to both the pool and café staff at the end of the day and have each of them comment on the pleasant and respectful behaviour of our boys. Well done to everyone on a great start to the sporting year.   [smallgallery fooid="16720"]
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07.02.19 Parent Connection
French Exchange
There are several French students from Lycée Théas in Montauban (Years 10 – 11) who would love to come to St Edward’s for 6 - 8 weeks in June to August this year. This is a wonderful opportunity to host a French student and then go to France to experience life and school in France. It would only cost you your airfare, insurance and spending money. You do not need to be studying elective French. You also earn Waterford hours. Available for all students from Year 9 to Year 12. Please contact Mrs Papeix as soon as possible for more information. Merci! Email:      
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01.02.19 Mission & Identity
Social Justice 2019
Service During the Christmas Holidays One again, the College is proud to report that many boys completed numerous hours of service for others in the recent holiday period. Examples include: senior boys as Edmund Rice Camp leaders, Coast Shelter Gosford, surf clubs, Rural Fire Brigade and many others. Your efforts are valued and appreciated. Waterford The Waterford Project, which is a compulsory requirement for St Edward’s students in Years 8 to 11, continues in 2019 for the 20th year. All boys in Years 8 to 10 are required to complete at least 15 hours of meaningful service for others and boys in Year 11 must complete three service activities. Our program is optional for Year 12 students. Edmund Rice Honours is awarded to any student who achieves 100 hours or more in a year. Waterford activities for 2019 can be backdated to October 2018 and the program must be completed by the end of Term 3 each year. We ask that parents please talk with their son/s regularly about Waterford progress. Why are students asked to complete Waterford service each year? Justice and compassion are key teachings of Jesus It is proven to assist a student's personal growth The program offers students opportunities to explore career options and to enhance their overall education, through awareness Injustice exists in our world and our role is to ensure our students engage by: Awareness, Advocacy and Action Edmund Rice schools across Australia challenge all students about issues eg Reconciliation with our First People, Human Rights (eg asylum seekers)   Once again St Edward's College Religious Education teachers will be facilitating the Waterford Project during class time. Please contact me on 4321 6439 if you have any questions about the Waterford Project or Social Justice at the College.   Mr Pat Dell Leader of Learning (Social Justice)    
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Academic Awards Assembly
The College Community celebrated our students' hard work and dedication to their studies at the Annual Academic Awards Assembly on Wednesday 12 December. To receive an award at the end of year assembly, students need to have received nominations from their teachers across the entire year (Semester 1 and Semester 2). Each Semester all teachers nominate students in their classes who they believe have performed consistently or academically well. The students receiving an 'A' in their courses will automatically receive an Academic nomination. Congratulations to all students who received awards at the Assembly. 2018 Annual Award Night - PowerPoint Presentation   [smallgallery fooid="15998"]  
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Sports Awards Assembly
The annual Sports Awards assembly was held on Friday 7 December. The assembly is an opportunity to celebrate our students' success in the sporting arena for 2018.  Our Junior Sportsperson and the Sportsperson of the Year were also announced, congratulations to: Benjamin Dufficy - Junior Sportsperson of the Year Callum Sutton - Sportsperson of the Year Congratulations to all students who received awards. Sports Award Recipient   [smallgallery fooid="15861"]   The College Swimming Carnival [embed][/embed]   The College Athletics Carnival [embed][/embed]  
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