Lucie Farrugia, Principal

A warm welcome back to all for Term 2. I hope you had enjoyed the time over the Easter break to relax and reenergise in preparation for the exciting Term ahead.

Over the Easter period, I was very fortunate to visit Dublin, the birthplace of the Venerable Catherine McAuley. This opportunity, offered by the Sisters of Mercy Parramatta and North Sydney, afforded me the chance to stay in the House of Mercy, which was Catherine’s home and her place of ministry while she was alive. It was a treasured time and one I will always hold close. I look forward to sharing some of this with the girls and teachers during Chapel time in coming weeks.

I thank all members of the College Leadership Team for their commitment to leading the College whilst I was away and also as we have awaited the arrival of our new Deputy Principal Anthony Blomfield. Anthony begins with us next week and is looking forward to getting to know our community as soon as he can.

Over the last weekend, I moved house!  As much as I am enjoying this, it has been a very busy time and a little daunting as I change my environment - a new neighbourhood to explore, new traffic routes to navigate and an overall feeling which comes with learning how my new house works…so many light switches!

It has also been a reminder that change is a part of life and we must learn to be flexible and adapt to new circumstances. Our Mercy Girls are building resilience for changes that come our way to prepare us for life changes (such as moving house). Embracing change is always an opportunity for growth regardless of our age.

In addition to the many activities that are scheduled during Term 2, such as Parent-Teacher Conferences and camps, I would like to highlight a few very important events for our community:

  • Mother-Daughter Mass - Monday, 15 May
  • College Musical, 'The Little Mermaid, 18, 19 and 20 May
  • Women in Leadership Forum and Alumnae Welcome - Wednesday, 24 May. To register, click here.


OLMC Sports Scholarship

OLMC is offering a 2024 one-time Sports Scholarship to a student entering Years 8-12 in 2024. This Scholarship is awarded to a student who has a genuine desire, work ethic and belief that they can maximise their potential and attain sporting excellence. The candidate should demonstrate sporting achievements at an elite level (State or National) and will apply the same dedication to their schoolwork and the OLMC community as an elite sportswoman.

For further information please click here.



At our first formal assembly for this term, we commemorated ANZAC Day and acknowledged the service of men and women to their country in the pursuit of peace. ANZAC Day goes beyond the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day we remember Australians who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. The spirit of Anzac, with its human qualities of courage, mateship and sacrifice continues to have meaning and relevance for our sense of national identity. 

Our Assembly included music, reflections and prayers delivered by students followed by the Last Post. Student leaders read to the assembly, stories of women who have served in the armed forces through nursing and health care and these stories brought to life the human element of courage in the face of conflict. Many thanks to all for the moving ceremony.

Lucie Farrugia
College Principal

Friday, 5 MayAthletics Carnival
Tuesday, 9 MayP&F Meeting
Wednesday, 10 MayYear 12 Parent & Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, 10 MayYear 10 Reflection Day
Thursday, 11 MayOpen Morning Tour
Monday, 15 MayMother Daughter Mass
Thursday, 18 May - Saturday, 20 MayCollege Musical 'The Little Mermaid'
Tuesday, 23 MayYear 11 Parent & Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, 24 MayWomen In Leadership Forum
Monday, 29 MayPaul Dillon Parent Information Evening
Tuesday, 30 MayPaul Dillon Student Sessions (Years 10-12)
Tuesday, 6 JuneYear 7 Study Skills Evening - Dr Prue Salter
Thursday, 8 June - Friday, 9 JuneYear 10 Camp
Monday, 12 JuneKing's Birthday Public Holiday
Wednesday, 14 JuneYear 10 Vaccinations
Wednesday, 21 JuneYear 11 2024 Course Preference Evening
Friday, 23 JuneFinal day of Term 2

Year 10 Reflection Day

Gabrielle Scanlon, Director of Identity

All Year 10 students will be participating in their annual Reflection Day on Wednesday, 10 May at St Joseph’s Retreat and Conference Centre in Baulkham Hills. An information note has been emailed home to all parents with details for the day. These days away from the daily routine of school allow students the opportunity to reflect, pause and refocus as we pray, complete activities and listen to guest speakers.

Mother Daughter Mass

A reminder that RSVPs are now due for the annual Mother Daughter Mass to be held in AMCC on Monday, 15 May commencing at 4.30pm. In advance, I thank the P&F for providing afternoon tea. 


The P&F Committee is calling on OLMC Fathers to help with the service of afternoon tea to our wonderful OLMC Mothers. CLICK HERE if you are available to assist between 4.00pm - 6.00pm.

Fashion Show and Thrift Stall

The Identity Leaders of the College has been working hard to organise our first Fashion Show and Thrift Stall. All families are encouraged to donate used clothing that will be sorted and sold with money going to charity.

It is wonderful to see the students focussed on minimising their textile footprint by upcycling clothing and giving clothing in good condition a second life.

Prayer Guides

Any families wishing to receive a copy of short prayer guides and reflection on The Parables are invited to email me. These guides provide an opportunity for prayer, reflection and discussion with your family or friends in a short 20-minute session. They are self-led and have been provided by Mercy Partners for our community use.

Mrs Gabby Scanlon
Director of identity

Louise Millar - Director of Teaching and Learning

By Term 2 students should be well and truly settled in their learning. At this point of the academic year, it is useful for them to spend more of their time on using feedback for reflection and goal-setting; all high-impact strategies for learning growth.

Feedback – Feedback improves learning.  Students receive information about their learning progress in many forms, but the fundamental feature about feedback is that it provides the learner with specific advice about how to improve their performance. Why would anyone ignore it? Students should be attentive to the feedback they receive from teachers (and often from peers too) and use it to make the most of their strengths and improve areas for development.

Reflection – Reflection improves learning. This is the process through which we come to recognise ourselves as learners; we come to understand how we learn best, and what tools and resources we need to keep learning. Through reflection, we come to know what does and doesn’t work for us.

Goal-setting – Setting goals improves learning. I think the purpose of goal-setting is best exemplified in the quote: ‘If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time’ - Z. Ziglar. 

As teachers support students to accept feedback, reflect and set goals this term, I would expect our girls to rise to the challenge and truly come to know themselves as learners. If they know how to learn, they will always be able to learn anywhere, anytime.

Term 2 Dates and Events

Year 12

Reports published: Monday, 8 May

Parent and Teacher Conferences: Wednesday, 10 May – bookings close this coming Sunday (7 May)

Study Week – first week of mid-year break: Monday, 26 June to Friday, 30 June. This has been identified as compulsory in the Welcome email at the commencement of 2023.  This is a 4–5-day program of subject-related workshops and study sessions that is designed to help the girls prepare for their Trial HSC Examinations in Term 3.

Year 11

Reports published: Week commencing Monday, 15 May

Parent and Teacher Conferences: Tuesday, 23 May – booking information will be emailed shortly

Year 10

Course Preference Evening: Wednesday, 21 June – for all Year 10 students and parents/carers

Course Preference processes for Year 11 2024 will commence mid-way through this term. Students will be provided with opportunities to consider their interests and strengths in preparation.

Course Preference Interviews: Dates to be confirmed (Week 7, 8 and 9) – members of the College Leadership Team will conduct 10-minute individual Zoom interviews with all Year 10 students and their parents/carers. The purpose of the interviews will be to review student plans for the future, consider current progress and discuss realistic intentions for 2024 courses.

Louise Millar
Director of Teaching and Learning




Year 9 PDHPE

For a period of six weeks during Term 1, we participated in Zumba lessons as part of our Year 9 PDHPE practical program. These classes were led by our talented external Dance teacher, Tamara. We had a lot of fun exercising to the upbeat music and learning new dance moves throughout these lessons. We learnt a lot of new ways to exercise and move our bodies, learning new dance skills and other skills like perseverance and resilience. Overall, we had a great time learning Zumba with Tamara as it showed us that we can be physically active in a way that we were not expecting.

Ruby Graham and Emily Johnson



Year 10 PDHPE

During Term 1, Year 10 students participated in an Aerobics unit as part of our practical curriculum. Students formed groups of six to eight, where they learnt an aerobics routine and then added 32 beats of their own to individualise the performance. At the beginning of the process many students were out of their comfort zone and extended themselves to engage in different activities. However, by the end of the six weeks there were students who had totally surprised themselves, not only learning the challenging routine and executing the movement sequences to a high standard, but also enhancing their skills of communication, decision-making, teamwork and collaboration.


Reader/Writer volunteers

OLMC is launching a new student support program and we are looking for volunteers from the community who are willing to work with our Diverse Learning team to support our students with their assessments and exams.

We are starting with our Reader and Writer Program and are looking for community members who can support our students during the day, throughout the year. Full training will be provided.

A few requirements are needed including:

  • A volunteer Working with Children Check
  • An ability to work with a range of students in exam settings.

Unfortunately, this volunteer opportunity is not open to parents or siblings of current Year 11 and 12 students, but we hope that as this program develops you will join us in future years.


For information, questions and expressions of interest please contact Monica Searle, Head of Diverse Learning -


MASSH is our after-school students’ study, homework and assessment support. We offer general study support and subject-specific support every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.

Subject-specific support is available on the days below:

  • Monday – Technology, Religious Studies and all junior subject support
  • Wednesday and Thursday – Science and Mathematics
  • English support available upon request for Wednesdays.

If you would like small group or individual academic support please contact Mrs Rugg, with the following details:

  • Name and Year Group
  • Subject the student would like to work on with a MASSH Supervisor
  • Preferred afternoons.

Mercy Multicredential

Since our launch of the new Mercy Multicredential last Term, several students have submitted evidence towards their first badge – Personal Growth (Foundation level). This evidence will be verified in coming weeks, leading to what I hope will be the unlocking of new badges this term.

Students are encouraged to explore the Mercy Multicredential course in Canvas and begin uploading their evidence towards the Personal Growth badge. Many students have already found that they are developing these capabilities from their assessment tasks, co-curricular programs and the Wellbeing program.

Our aim is to have a small cohort of students gain their first credential by the end of this year, and some are well on the way to achieving that!


For more information, please go to


After a hiatus, Careers are back in our newsletter! We have a lot to share so stay tuned to see what upcoming events are on.

UAC are hosting several upcoming webinars. These webinars cover various topics related to higher education and career planning. To register for these webinars, click on the provided link and save the date.

Let's Chat - Applying to uni through UAC

UAC Digital / Let’s Chat – Medicine Students, Why I chose medicine

UAC Digital / Lets Chat - The ATAR and Subject Selection

UAC Digital / Let's Chat - Applying to the Schools Recommendation Scheme  - Year 12

UAC Digital / Let's Chat - Applying for the Educational Access Scheme – Year 12


University of Sydney | Year 10 Information Evenings 2023 Year 10 students

2 May - 10 May 10, 2023

Join us on campus for a fun and informative evening where we will answer important questions such as: What is the ATAR? How does scaling work? What should you consider when selecting your subjects for Year 11 and 12? What are prerequisites and assumed knowledge? What is university really like? You will hear from various speakers, including University staff and students. The event suits current Year 10 students and their parents/caregivers.

Macquarie University – Year 12 Guide Webinar series – Year 12 students

Wednesday, 3 May, 6.00 - 7.00pm

Join us for our Year 12 webinar series to learn everything you need to know about university – from applying and exploring our courses and entry programs, to reducing Year 12 study stress and leaving home.

Our friendly Future Students Team will be on hand to answer all your questions across four not-to-be-missed webinars.


Macquarie University – Year 10 Guide to Uni Webinar- Year 10 students

Wednesday 10 May, 6.00 – 7.00pm

Join us online and learn everything you need to know about planning for your dream degree (or the one you think you’re interested in!).
We’re here to help with all you need to know about uni – how to maximise your options, how co-curricular activities can make a difference and how to select subjects that reflect your interests.
This is where you choose your own adventure – and we’re here to help you get there.
You’ll hear from Macquarie students who were Year 10 students not so long ago. They'll share their tips on subject selection, getting into uni and life once you’re here. This online event suits current Year 10 students and their parents/caregivers.

For more information please read the school careers newsletter here

If you would like to schedule time before school or during lunch to discuss anything career-related, please contact to book an appointment.

Ms Alison Dalby 
Leader of Educational and Vocational Pathways




Ann-Marie Herd – Director of Student Wellbeing

As Term 2 gets underway, it is always so nice to be able to report and congratulate the girls on the positive way they have commenced the term.

This Term is going to be very busy with lots of activities taking place. In the Wellbeing space, there are several upcoming events including:

  • Monday, 29 May - Paul Dillon from Drugs, Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) will present a session for parents and carers only. Paul Dillon has been working in the area of drug education for more than 25 years. DARTA provides some valuable resources for parents Paul has also written an informative piece on vaping ‘Vaping: Sorting out “fact from fiction” for those parents struggling with the issue’ which is highly informative. The session will be held in Edith Angel Hall. The session to be presented is titled ‘Teens, parties, gatherings and alcohol: What do parents need to know?’ and using the most current data, will examine the use of alcohol and other drugs by school-based young people. It aims to empower parents with a positive message and assist them in having open and honest family discussions in this complex area.
  • Tuesday, 30 May – Paul Dillon will speak to Years 10 -12 about Drug education.
  • Tuesday, 6 June - Year 7 Parents/Carers and their daughters are invited to the Year 7 Compulsory Study Skills Evening in the Ailsa Mackinnon Community Centre (AMCC). This interactive evening, facilitated by Dr Prue Salter, will outline tools and techniques for students to achieve their personal academic best. Parent/carer(s) and students must attend together to experience the full value of the session. The presentation will commence at 6:00pm sharp, with the gates open from 5:30pm for arrival. It will conclude at 7:30pm.

Finally, a reminder regarding uniform. Your daughter may wear either her full summer uniform or her full winter uniform this week. However, your daughter is expected to wear her winter uniform from Monday, 8 May.

Please ensure that your daughter’s winter uniform complies with the College Dress Code. In particular:

  • The junior dress or senior skirt is to be worn at the correct length (at least 2 cm below the bottom of the kneecap).
  • The College blazer is to be worn as the outer garment to and from school in Terms 2 and 3. The jumper/cardigan is not to be worn to or from school unless under the blazer. Year 12 jerseys are also not to be worn under the blazer.
  • Please also note that blazers are to be worn to House Assemblies in the Chapel and College Assemblies in Terms 2 and 3.
  • Full-length 70-denier pantyhose are to be worn with the winter uniform.

Study Skills at Home

Some of the most common schoolwork arguments at home lead to statements like this:

‘Stop playing computer games and do your homework.’

‘Why haven’t you started your homework yet?’

‘What do you mean you have no schoolwork to do?’

If these are common refrains in your household there are some simple steps that can be taken to deal with this.

Step 1: Family meeting. Both students and parents get a chance to explain what is bugging them.

Step 2: Agree on how much time will be allocated to schoolwork per day or per week. The minimum would be around one hour per day.

Step 3: Agree that during this time, homework will be the first priority, then assessments and any remaining time should be spent on independent learning (eg. reviewing difficult work, making summaries).

Step 4: Allocate set times for schoolwork and write these out and put them on the fridge eg. Monday 4.00-5.00pm, 6.00-6.30pm.

Step 5: Agree that in these blocks of time, there will be no personal technology use (preferably phones switched off and put out of sight).

Step 6: Decide on rewards and consequences if the agreement is not honoured.

There are many units at that can help you specifically with these areas. For example:

Dealing with Conflict – strategies for conflict resolution.

Time Management Skills – find out the recommended amount of time to spend on schoolwork, learn more about independent learning and print weekly planners.

Dealing with Distractions – strategies for managing technology addictions.

Log into with these details 

Username: OLMC

Password:  64results.


The Wellbeing Team and I look forward to working in partnership with you and your daughter this term.

Ann-Marie Herd
Director of Student Wellbeing 

Counselling Matters

Listening effectively

The truth is parents are often trying to listen, be present and remove negative experiences for their child. You know that you are listening effectively when your child:

  • Talks freely about their feelings and feels heard and understood (even if you don’t agree with everything they say).
  • Can talk about the little stuff and feels comfortable talking about the tough stuff when they need to.
  • Knows that they won’t be judged because you love and care about them.

However, miscommunication can occur between parents and their children. These barriers not only make it feel harder for your child to feel heard and speak freely, but they also make it harder for your help to be received. Things to be mindful of when talking about serious topics include:

  • Interruptions and distractions (like chores, other children and phones) can make it seem like you’re not interested in what your child is saying. This is likely to lead to less open communication. It is important to choose a quiet space without distractions for important conversations.
  • Jumping in with advice, rather than listening to what your child has to say. It can be difficult to hold back from giving an ‘obvious solution’, but at times your child will know what the solution is – they just want to feel validated and heard.
  • Judging what your child has to say and not validating their point of view. A helpful way to think of this is ‘connection before correction’, rather than just blindly agreeing with what your child is saying, it is important to correct and teach your child. But this correction will be effectively received if there is connection and perceived support first.

If you ever feel stuck here are some options you can give your child:

  • Do you just want to vent or do you want to try and come up with a solution?
  • Do you want to come up with a solution together, or is there someone else you want to talk to? (You might even suggest another trusted adult, parent, or family member).
  • Do you need comfort right now, or do you want to hear what I think?

Ms Rose Sedra
College Counsellor

Debating and Public Speaking

CSDA Debating

The last month has been a busy one for our debating girls in preparation for the CSDA competition which began last Friday evening. Despite the holidays intervening, as well as a limited amount of time available last week, most of our coaches have managed to see their teams to prepare them for competition. Our opposition was Oakhill College and results were as follows:


This was an excellent start to the debating season. Well done to all teams and their coaches.


Debating Workshop

During the holidays, our new Year 7 Debating teams were provided with an all-day workshop to introduce them to the skills needed in competition. Thank you to 7B coach, Efua Wallace, Mr Gerard Altura who ran the workshop and Ms Naomi James who also attended to support the girls.


Dan Walsh Seminar

During the holidays, some of our debaters were able to attend a debating seminar presented by Dan Walsh who competes and adjudicates at the world level of debating. Dan is the nephew of OLMC teacher, Mr Ben Walsh, whom we thank for initiating this excellent opportunity. Dan’s presentation was of the highest quality and the girls who attended benefitted greatly from his input.


UN Voice National Final

To reach a National Final is a real achievement for any public speaker. Year 11 student, Sharanya Kugan, achieved this exceptional level by being selected to represent NSW in the Senior category of UN Voice. Sharanya has proven to be not only an excellent speaker, but also most diligent and conscientious in her preparation at every stage of the competition. The National Finals were held through Zoom over Easter and once again, Sharanya spoke very well. While not among the major placegetters, Sharanya should be very proud of her success as indeed, the College is very proud of her as well.



Plain English Speaking Competition

Last week, two of our excellent Year 10 speakers, Gabby Fleming and Jennifer Wang, travelled to Glenmore Park High School to compete in the Plain English Speaking competition. Both girls are to be commended for filling in after our earlier entrants had to withdraw. Gabby and Jennifer both impressed but only two students progress to the Regional Final. Congratulations to Gabby who was selected as one of those two students.

Team Corrections Year 11

In the last edition of Parragraph, the Year 11 Debating teams were incorrectly listed. The teams are:

11A        Megan Keller, Tia Monga, Neha Sharma, Alyssa Taouk, Mia Totino


11B         Prarthana Ambareesh, Sophie Assaad, Niamh Nolan, Ruwindri Parndigamage, Hayden Rodewald

ANZAC Day Assembly

Earlier this year, outstanding Year 11 student, Mia Fogolin, was a guest speaker at the Soroptimist International Women’s Day Breakfast. Mia repeated her speech at our Anzac Day assembly, and it was obvious why Soroptimist had chosen her as a speaker. Mia’s powerful speech in support of refugees sent an important message to our girls.

Upcoming Competitions

Term 2 will be a very busy time for our public speakers. Over 100 of our girls will participate in the Parramatta Eisteddfod over seven weekends in May and June. OLMC students have always excelled at the Eisteddfod and will no doubt be among the list of winners and placegetters once again. Good luck to all of them as well as to Gabby Fleming of Year 10 and Year 9 students Kavya Samtani and Sofia Tong who compete this week in the Rostrum Voice of Youth Regional Final.

Christopher Ostrowski
Debating and Public Speaking Coordinator

The Future is Bright Bootcamp

Several students attended the Future Is Bright Bootcamp in the school holidays, facilitated by Western Sydney Women and Endeavour Energy. Students engaged in a range of talks, panels and workshops led by women from different business units within Endeavour Energy, including Human Resources, Sales and Marketing, as well as Construction, Engineering and Research and Development. Our girls were inspired by the stories of diverse and different career pathways and participated in a range of activities, including flying drones to inspect electrical equipment and climbing telegraph poles!

A big thank you to Western Sydney Women for organising the day, and to Mrs Scanlon for attending to support the girls.

ATIOM Photo Competition


The ATOM Photo Competition is an initiative of Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM), Congratulations to Gabrielle Blaine (Year 11) for being announced as a finalist in the 2022 ATOM Photographic Competition with her work, ‘Shadows Minute’. Gabrielle submitted a series of three photographs based on her interpretation of the theme ‘Hope,’ which was chosen following a period of turmoil and distress when people turned to hope for comfort and inspiration. Well done Gabrielle!



Australian Athletics Championships

The Australian Junior Athletics Championships were held in Brisbane in April. Matilda Webb won gold in the U15 3km Walk and Lucie Francis finished 3rd in the U18 2km steeplechase. Fantastic results girls. Congratulations!


Matilda went on to win a second National title at the Australian Little Athletics Championships in the U14 1500m racewalk in Melbourne the following weekend. Congratulations Matilda, an amazing achievement!


Congratulations to Shiloh Julien who has been selected in the U16 NSW Metropolitan State Cricket Squad and to Sharon Julien who has been selected in the U15 NSW Metropolitan Academy. Well done girls.

Saturday Netball

The Netball season is now underway. Despite a very wet start, a few games still managed to be played.

Results can be found here -

Saturday Soccer

Saturday Soccer is now in full swing. All three teams played in wet conditions, showing great teamwork and determination.

Results from Round 1:

OLMC 1 Drew with Pymble, 1 all

OLMC 2 Defeated Tara, 4 - 1

OLMC 3 were defeated by SCEGGS, 4 - 2


On Friday, 28 April, OLMC competed at the PDSSSC Oz Tag Gala Day at The Kingsway. It was a beautiful day and the girls played some excellent games. The team consisted of Amber Hayward, Jenika Satuala, Claire Le Tran, Rebecca Uy, Maria Saad, Matilda Webb, Sophia Lees, Kiana Banza, Taylor Budwee, Elissa Daher, Xavia Kljajic and Giselle Al-Mir. Despite not make the Grand Final, the girls should be very proud of their efforts, defeating Delany and St John XXIII and coming very close against Cerdon and Santa Sophia. The girls were a young team and all showed great skills and teamwork. Well done girls.


Thank you to Mrs Simpson for all her help with the team. 

OLMC Athletics Carnival

The Annual OLMC Athletics Carnival is on this Friday, 5 May at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre Warm Up Track. All students are expected to be at the College by 8.00am on the day of the Carnival and can arrive at school in their PE/House uniform. No Notebooks or phones will be needed at the Carnival.

Best of luck girls.

Stuart Guthrie
Sports Coordinator

P&F Meeting - 9 May 2023

P&F meetings are a wonderful way to keep up to date with developments and events at the College and enjoy social time with other parents. P&F Meeting dates and information will be posted to the Parent Portal.

The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 9 May at 7.00pm via ZOOM. Please note that registration is essential, closing 4pm Monday, 8 May. For security purposes, your registration name should match your zoom name and cameras need to be switched on. CLICK HERE to register. 

We look forward to seeing you there.

P&F Committee

Help Needed

The P&F Committee is calling on OLMC Fathers to help with the service of afternoon tea after the Mother-Daughter Mass on 15 May 2023. CLICK HERE if you are available to assist between 4.00pm - 6.00pm.

Opening Hours  

The Uniform Shop will be open Monday to Thursday, from 8.00am – 9.30am and 3.00pm – 4.00pm on Monday and Wednesday (school days only). Online purchases can be made via the Online Uniform Shop ( and all orders will be delivered to the Student Centre for collection by students. 

Uniform for Terms 2 and 3 – Weeks 1 and 2 of Term 2 are transition weeks, where either the summer or winter uniform can be worn. From Week 3 (Monday, 8 May), all girls are to wear the full winter uniform.


Winter Uniform Fittings 2023

Fittings for winter uniforms have now been completed, but if you require anything, please contact the Uniform Shop.


Scarves are due to arrive at the beginning of June and can either be purchased online or at the Uniform Shop.

Hair Ribbons

Hair ribbons will be distributed via Homeroom. The first hair ribbon is a gift from the College. If any further ribbons are required, they can be purchased from the Uniform Shop.

Sharp Calculators

In case you need a spare calculator, the uniform shop has a small batch of the previous Sharp calculators for sale at a discounted rate of $10.00 – only while stocks last!

End of term and stocktake

Please note, the last day for online ordering or picking up items from the Uniform Shop will be Thursday, 15 June. The Shop will be closed for the Term from Friday, 16 June for stocktake and reopen in Term 3. The online shop will also be closed for this time.

If you have any concerns regarding uniform items, please don't hesitate to contact the Uniform Shop on 8838 1275 or 



From the Finance Department


College fees for Instalment 2 have now been sent to all families and are due by Friday, 5 May 2023. Payment may be made by Bpay, cheque, money order or by credit card via the Parent Community Portal (Visa or Mastercard).

Any queries regarding fees or payments can be directed to the Finance Office on 8838 1214 weekdays during 8.00am – 4.00pm or by email to

Mrs Anne-Maree Ironside
Finance Manager