We host many outstanding and fun events and programmes for students, parents and our community.
Kindergarten-Year 6 Heather Lamont Festival
Friday 25 September 2020
Our Kindergarten-Year 6 students had an incredibly fun-filled day immersed in the arts during the Heather Lamont Festival. The festival featured passion speeches, singing, House cheers, drama, painting activities, Zumba, percussion and wonderful displays of camaraderie and House spirit. Now in its 60th year, the festival honours Collegian Heather Lamont who passed away in 1959 and had a passion for music and team activities.
Pinnacle of Success
Thursday 24 September 2020
Our Foundation Circle of Success members celebrated their collective impact at the Pinnacle of Success evening. The members were presented with three projects, which were developed by our Year 8 students through a Designed Spaces innovation initiative. The Circle members each voted to bring one of the projects to life during an evening of fun and philanthropy.
Kindergarten and Pre-Primary Mini Athletics Carnival
Wednesday 23 September 2020
Our Kindergarten and Pre-Primary girls showed off their skills as they raced around an athletica circuit during their Mini Carnival. The girls have been practising their events all term and it really showed as they skilfully tackled every obstacle in their path today.
Year 7 Outdoor Education Experience
Our Year 7s took part in a series of exciting Outdoor Education experiences including surfing, geocaching, climbing, canoeing and taking on a high ropes course. Although often pushed outside their comfort zones, the girls approached each activity with such genuine enthusiasm and joy.
Years 7-12 House Athletics Carnival
Thursday 23 July 2020
Our Years 7-12 students had an exciting day at the Interhouse Athletics Carnival. They showed great determination on the track and field, and incredible House spirit in the stands as they cheered on their peers decked out in creative House-themed costumes. Rome was the overall winner and Troy took home the Spirit Cape. Go team MLC!
An Outdoor Music Performance
Our Symphony Strings ensemble were unable to travel this year for the European Music Tour, but celebrated their resilience with a joyful early morning performance on the Great Court. The girls had prepared a piece, the Preludium from Grieg´s Holberg Suite, and had learnt the piece from memory before the enforced cancellation of tour. After a break from rehearsals due to COVID-19, the girls returned to MLC’s outdoor stage and welcomed students and staff onto campus with an epic performance.
Heather Lamont Festival
Friday 25 October 2019
Our Years 7-11 girls created, designed, performed and supported one another during a special festival which celebrates the arts. Named after Collegian Heather Lamont, the cultural day allows our girls to participate in a range of activities, step outside their comfort zones and encourage and cheer on their peers as they compete for their Houses.