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Primary Campus

Let us take you on a virtual tour exploring our wonderful new $8 million Primary facilities building project
Primary Flythrough

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Works have commenced on stage 2A, due to be completed prior to the beginning of the 2023 school year. Stage 2B will commence in the new year.

Stage 2A includes two new classrooms modelled on our new Reception classrooms and breakout spaces, including wet areas to support a variety of key learning areas. It will also comprise of a staff preparation and both boys and girls toilets.

Stage 2B includes is a new two-story building includes a Performing Arts Centre comprising of a Music Centre, six Music Tutorial rooms, and Dance and Drama rooms, which will provide a specialist facility rarely seen in a Primary environment. The ground floor will also incorporate a new Canteen.

Dylan Alcott Visit

An amazing opportunity was offered to a group of SMC students to hear from guest speaker, Wheelchair Tennis Superstar, Australian of the Year – Dylan Alcott on Wednesday 19th of Oct. Dylan was an engaging speaker filled with great insight, knowledge and humour. He even brought along his Beijing Olympic Gold Medal for the students to see and hold. We thank Mount Carmel College for inviting us to be a part of this presentation.

The SMC representatives were from Year 11 – Lasallian Youth Leaders: Lily Mae Balkwill, Amy Buck, Steph Musci, Isabella Agnos, Jack Phillips, Chelsea Burt, Paul Choimes and Giovanni Troia. Representing the Primary Campus – Cooper McLaughlin, Joseph Esposito, Charlie Santos-Tait, Luca Montagnese and Tyhsen Javier.

Mr Nathan Rose, Acting Director Student Wellbeing and Administration

Earth day will be celebrated on Thurs 3rd November

Earth Day has been inspired and organised by a group of students from the Youth Environmental Leaders (YELS), who also designed the poster : Max Howell, Joshua Grieger, Sebastian Krol, Sachit Singh, Bailey Palmer, Jack Miteff, Veer Solanki and Toby Kannane.

A range of activities will take place along with lessons outside, and the secondary Eco squad and Year 11 Society and Culture students will be assisting. A Recycle Station will be set up for parent drop offs for:
Batteries, mobile phones & cords, small electrical items, bread tags.

This group of students have also worked on projects with the House Leaders to design ECO House points and litter clean ups, raised over $700 on a market stall as well as garden and wetland, chicken maintenance jobs each week.