We host many outstanding and fun events and programmes for students, parents and our community.
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.
Thailand Conservation Service Trip
Our girls had the opportunity to experience an up close and personal week with the elephants on the Thailand Elephant Conservation service tour. They have returned with amazing knowledge and stories of the gentle giants and a greater understanding of Thai culture.
Meet the Leaders
Monday 10 June 2019
An incredible group of leaders from our community spent the afternoon inspiring our Year 11s at our inaugural Meet the Leaders event. The whole cohort took part in a number of unique ‘speed mentoring’ sessions with the leaders where they were able to speak to them in small groups and learn about leadership from their varied experiences.
Sports Week featured lunchtime activities such as mini races on the Great Court, a student vs staff netball match, Zumba and an aerobics-themed free dress. Throughout the week the girls collected recycled sports equipment and raised funds for Fairgame, which delivers fitness programmes and equipment to remote and under-serviced communities.
Be Your Best Self Assembly
Thursday 9 May 2019
A special visitor joined our girls at a whole-school assembly where Dr Perry reminded our girls of her theme for the year: ‘Be Your Best Self’. Each girl received their own pin to wear as a symbol of their individuality and a reminder to always be themselves.
New Zealand and Fiji Netball and Hockey Sports Tour
A group of our Netball and Hockey players visited New Zealand and Fiji where they competed against other school teams, took part in specialist coaching sessions with international players and enjoyed unique cultural experiences in both countries.
Collegians' Mother Daughter Breakfast
Wednesday 3 April 2019
We welcomed back Collegians whose daughters and granddaughters have started their own MLC journeys in 2019. The Collegians' Association hosted a beautiful breakfast for the students to meet one another and Collegians to reconnect. Each new student was presented with a special Wyvern pin to signify their family connection to the College.