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06.06.24 Mission & Identity
Homeroom Edition of SECTV
Click the YouTube link below for the latest Homeroom Edition of SECTV, hosted by Juan Jose Rodriguez Caldas and Abhishek Thomas.   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBA0EtEoU1M[/embed]
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05.06.24 Sport
College Athletics Carnival
This year we just snuck in before the weekend’s rain! A fantastic week of weather and a looming weekend forecast meant that a few options had to be put in place to accommodate the carnival. Fortunately, the weather held off and we were able to run the carnival in its entirety. The overnight cloud cover meant we arrived with dry grounds for the start of our day. We kicked off with the 1500 m races, followed by the 200 m races as we awaited our student arrivals. Age groups then rotated through three field events before we returned to the velodrome for the 400 m races. Age groups then returned to finish the final three rotations before we watched the 100 m finals and the relay races, as the school came together in their house groups. Highlights for the day included: The excellent behaviour and overall participation of the students in attendance. It was great to see them embrace the community spirit of the carnival and enjoy having a race and a laugh with their mates. Lincoln Markulin in the Opens Javelin throwing a PB of 53 m to break the College record. We crowned the following Age Champions: Under 12:  Liam Van Eck  -  Doolan Under 13:  Ambrose Plunkett - Shanahan Under 14:  Archie Lawson - Spillane Under 15:  Cruz Tucker - Spillane Under 16:  Zach Sammut - Doolan Opens:      Cooper Jones - Knights In one of the closest carnivals in recent memory, Spillane was crowned the Overall House Champion on 882 points. They were followed closely by Knights on 800, Doolan on 727 and Shanahan on 654. Boys who have been successful in making the College team will be notified in the coming weeks of their events in preparation for the CSBB Athletics Carnival in Week 7, Term 3. A big thank you must go out to all staff who helped in their varied roles to make the day a success.   [smallgallery fooid="53001"]
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03.06.24 Mission & Identity
Young Musicians Shine at Music Enrichment Program
Years 4 and 5 Music Enrichment Program On June 4, enthusiastic Year 4 and 5 students, nominated by their Catholic primary schools, gathered at Ӱԭҕl College for a memorable Music Enrichment program. This exciting event, organised by Mrs Annette Rankin and supported by talented Year 9 and 10 students from both Ӱԭҕl and St Joseph's Colleges, aimed to ignite a passion for music and performance among the young participants. Throughout the day, the students embarked on an enriching musical journey filled with diverse activities. They participated in an African drum workshop, a vocal workshop, explored innovative sounds with computer music, and learned to play and sing a group band piece, "Three Little Birds." This piece was specially arranged to accommodate all instruments and voices, ensuring that students of every skill level could join in and contribute.  The sessions were run by our Performing Arts faculty: Mrs Annette Rankin, Mrs Jodie Connor, Mr Paul Toole and Mr Justin Kane. The culmination of their hard work and creativity was showcased in a special performance for their families, highlighting the students' ensemble talents and enthusiasm. The Music Enrichment program not only provided a platform for young musicians to shine but also fostered a sense of community and collaboration across different school years and institutions. We would like to thank all staff and students involved in making this day a success. Your dedication and effort have made a lasting impact on the young musicians who participated.   [foogallery id="53348"]   [embed]https://youtu.be/HXob9MAi8k0[/embed]
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22.05.24 Sport
St Edward’s Football Academy
Attention all Under 15's football players (students born in 2009 or 2010) of St Edward’s College. Are you ready to take your football skills to the next level? Introducing, the St Edward’s Football Academy. An exciting and exclusive opportunity for passionate players to develop their talents and represent their school with pride.  In collaboration with Central Coast Football Association, our academy embraces the coaching and playing structures designed by Football Federation Australia and the English Football Association. Led by highly qualified and experienced coaches, this program offers a unique blend of training sessions, development programs, competitive matches and opportunities to give back to the community.  Parents and prospective players of the College are invited to attend an online information session on Wednesday 29 May at 7.00 pm, to learn more about the program's objectives and benefits. To register and receive the Microsoft Teams link please complete the form below.  Interested students should then complete the ‘Expression of Interest’ form, which will be available on the College website, and submit it to Mr Bonnici, College Principal by 3.00 pm on Friday June 14 (Week 7).  Join us as we embark on this exciting journey to unlock students’ full potential on the football field. Don't miss out on the chance to be part of something special at St Edward’s College!  Register for the Online Information Session Here Ӱԭҕl College Football Academy Expression of Interest   [embed]https://youtu.be/nYyV2-YqCIk[/embed]  
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15.05.24 Mission & Identity
Homeroom Edition of SECTV
Click the YouTube link below for the latest Homeroom Edition of SECTV, hosted by Rex Allwood and Matthew Frost-Foster.   [embed]https://youtu.be/oNtuAhoAHKA[/embed]      
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10.05.24 Mission & Identity
Special People in our Lives Year 7 Liturgy
On Friday 10 May, Year 7 gathered with many of their family members to celebrate the special people in their lives. Each core class presented an item that captured the importance of those people who have assisted their growth and development. It was a wonderful occasion that was followed by a beautiful morning tea. Many thanks to all who assisted in preparing for this gathering and for the boys who performed so admirably on the day. Mr Beacroft Director of Mission   [foogallery id="52298"]   [embed]https://youtu.be/1xVFlga5zQE[/embed]
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03.05.24 Mission & Identity
Founder’s Day Mass
The College Founder's Day Mass at Ӱԭҕl once again stood out as a special and truly memorable occasion, emblematic of the strong bonds within the College community. The event was graced by numerous distinguished guests, each with a connection to the College spanning many years. It was heartening to witness the presence of former Christian Brothers, Principals, and esteemed members of the EREA community, all coming together to honour the College's legacy. Throughout the ceremony, the students exemplified reverence, respect, and a deep sense of prayerfulness, reflecting the values instilled within them by the College. Under the guidance of Father Vince Casey, who presided over the Mass, the atmosphere was one of solemnity and spiritual significance. A special commendation is owed to the talented musicians, comprising both staff and students, whose performances enriched the Mass with their melodic renditions. The band, meticulously prepared by Mrs Rankin and Mr Toole, showcased their dedication and skill, enhancing the overall ambiance of the ceremony with their harmonious contributions. Heartfelt appreciation extends to all who played a part in this magnificent community celebration. Their collective efforts and commitment have undoubtedly contributed to making this Founder's Day Mass a cherished and memorable event for all who attended. Mr Beacroft Director of Mission and Identity   [foogallery id="52191"]     [embed]https://youtu.be/UZn8ji5_-Vo[/embed]  
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08.04.24 Mission & Identity
Year 4 – Robotics Enrichment Program
What an exciting day it was for the Year 4 students from Catholic schools across the Central Coast who participated in our STEM Robotics Enrichment Day on 4 April! The students embarked on an enlightening journey into the realm of robotics, gaining insights into the life of an engineer. As the day progressed, they found themselves manoeuvring their robots and mastering tasks with the finesse of seasoned professionals. This was the first of five Joint Enrichment days with St Joseph’s College scheduled for 2024, look out for more opportunities throughout the year.   [foogallery id="52030"]    
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