Prendiville News

14 November 2018


Phone: 9301 6270



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(below is the Principal's address from the evening)

Good evening and welcome to all the invited guests, the College Board Chair Kevin Peterson, Board members, staff, parents and, most importantly, our students who we are gathered here tonight to celebrate.

In their absence, I would like acknowledge Mr William Woodruff the Founding Principal of Prendiville and his wife Gwen. Bill is unwell and we keep him in our prayers. Bill turns 94 this year and we are grateful for his foundational leadership. Tonight is the first awards evening they have missed.

Welcome also to Mr John Aldous, another former Principal of the College and who continues to be a great support in the background through his role as School Improvement Advisor.

Tonight, is about honouring excellence. At Prendiville we measure excellence in our College beyond our buildings, academic results and first places in competitions. Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador (who was recently canonized as a Saint), reminds us to “judge your success by the quality of your hearts and your efforts to live the call of the Gospel”.

"Excellence is doing your best, giving careful attention to every task and every relationship. Excellence is effort guided by a noble purpose. It is a desire for perfection. When you practice excellence, you bring your gifts to life. Excellence is the key to success.”

For us at Prendiville, excellence is being the very best you can be both in your relationships and all activities you may be affiliated with. It is this culture we wish to permeate our corridors, on the playing fields and in each classroom with every member of the community striving to be their best in all aspects of College life.

I am delighted to acknowledge our major academic award winners this year:

  • Dux – Moritz Bergemann
  • Proxime Accessit – Kristian Rados
  • VET – Lydia Baker (not attending tonight)
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The chance to honour excellence across all areas of College Academic Life is a privilege. It has been a special few days as last Friday we acknowledged our first graduating FLEXed students. Each of these students graduated with outstanding academic results by following a progressive academic pathway demonstrating that there are many paths to graduation.

Next, I look to the Spirit of Prendiville Awards and the Redmond Prendiville Award. These awards seek to recognise those students who have been exemplary in modelling through action what it is to be Prendivillian.

The term Prendivillian is used to affectionately describe our students. This term must be more than just a word and must be a value and action. We want our students to be more than just their grades. At Prendiville we have defined the key characteristics of a Prendivillian as being people who:

  • Display pride in being a student of our College through Service.
  • Display outstanding integrity, service and dependability through Leadership.
  • Enrich the lives of others, and are a positive influence on our College community through inspiration.

Ideally each Prendivillan seeks personal excellence across the academic, physical, spiritual, cultural, and in fact all aspects of College life. With these characteristics in mind, we will now announce the 2018 Spirit of Prendiville Award winners.

This year, we have 13 students who will be awarded the Spirit of Prendiville award:

  • Alana Celenza
  • Sophia Colbourne
  • Gavin Day
  • Molly Gerrans
  • Grace Moran
  • Jessica Mullen
  • Thomas Norman
  • Taj O’Hayon
  • Thomas O'Donnell
  • Tessa Piovesan
  • Tyrah Spencer
  • Ella-Rae Studman
  • Brooke Tkachenko

Now we turn to the Redmond Prendiville Award.

Now, just to let you know - the final winner is a secret and I do not know the winner's name. I have great pleasure in announcing that our winner of the Redmond Prendiville Award for 2018 is: Tyrah Spencer

Bailey Porro and Amy Groenewegen, last year's Redmond Prendiville Award winners, will present the award and I ask Tyrah to move forward to the front of the stage.

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Congratulations to each and every award winner tonight. Thank you for sharing a piece of your excellence with us and for challenging us to remember that excellence is within everyone’s reach and doing the best we can with the gifts and ability our God has given us.

God bless.

Mark Antulov



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The College Board of Management is entrusted to assist in the financial management of the College, its strategic purpose and in the planning of future capital works. Parents who have one or a combination of the following are strongly encouraged to apply:

  • Active in their parishes
  • Building and construction
  • Business and Finance
  • ICT and Technical
  • Legal
  • Marketing and PR
  • Professional
  • Risk Management
  • Senior management experience
  • Tertiary or Secondary Education

The AGM of the Board and Parent Council will be held next year. At this meeting new Board members are appointed to the Board. The College is entering a challenging and exciting time of capital development planning and a new strategic plan for 2019 and beyond. Interested parents are invited to nominate for the College Board. If you would like to consider joining the College Board please email your interest to Mrs Leishele Pearce with a short description of your interests and experiences.


A reminder that student withdrawals require notification in writing to the Principal as per the College Fees and Charges Schedule 2018.

For students withdrawing from the school during the year, one term's notice is required to qualify for a refund. Verbal notification is not considered due notice. A pro rata refund or credit to the family account will be applied. Accordingly, students departing as at the end of Term 3 or during Term 4 are not eligible to receive a refund.


In 2019 Prendiville Catholic College will again be welcoming applications for the Health Care/Pension Card Tuition Discount Scheme. We are pleased to advise that commencing from now, applications for 2019 can be made at our Finance Office.


Eligible cards are: Centrelink Health Care Card (Family Card only NOT Student card); Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card; and Veterans’ Affairs Pensioner Card (Blue card only-expires Dec 2019).


Applications need to be made every year. All applicants must bring their current Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card in person to our Finance Office. Once deemed eligible, claimants will be asked to complete an application form.

Please note: In order to continue to qualify for the Health Care Card Tuition Fee Discount for all of 2019, parents/guardians must provide a valid card throughout the year. If you are not re-issued with a card or do not provide the new card when requested then your account may be adjusted accordingly.

The Finance Office will be open 8.00am to 4.00pm weekdays until 12 December 2018. For any enquiries regarding your application I am available on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays between 8.00am to 4.00pm and can be contacted on 9301 6242.


Forms are also available for the Secondary Assistance Scheme. To be eligible for this allowance, your Health Care/ Pension Card must be valid at some point between 4 February and 12 April 2019. The Secondary Assistance Scheme consists of two allowances: $235 Education Program Allowance (payment made to the school); and $115 Clothing Allowance (payment made to the parent/guardian and paid directly to their nominated bank account).



Applications close 12 April 2019.


For any enquiries regarding your application, Mrs Naomi Agosta is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 8.00am to 4.00pm and can be contacted on 9301 6242.


Year 11 written examinations commence on Thursday 15 November and Year 10 on Monday 19 November.

A copy of both the Master Timetable and the Examination rules are available on SEQTA.

Students are only required to attend school when they have a scheduled exam. Full College uniform and grooming standards apply to all students whilst on College grounds during the examination period.

If a student is absent due to illness a medical certificate will be required. Parents also need to contact Ms Leck on 9301 6293 on the morning of the exam. Please leave a message if unattended. Students will be required to sit the exam once they are well enough to do so.

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Please note that all absentee, early departure and late arrival emails should only be directed to

Please do not email or send direqt messages to individual staff members. Links to the absentee email address can be found at the top of this newsletter, on the SEQTA Engage splash page and on the College website under Contact.


A reminder to Year 11 students that the final date to purchase tickets to the Year 12 2019 Dinner Dance is Friday 16th November. Tickets can be purchased on line at

Year 12 2019 Dinner Dance

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The Year 11 River Cruise was one of the most anticipated events of this year with many of us looking forward to it since day one of Year 7. Of course, the cruise met everybody’s expectations and resulted in a night of laughter, dancing and fun.

That evening we gathered together at Elizabeth Quay in our best attire, preparing for a night of entertainment and fun. We boarded the Crystal Swan at around quarter past six and the huge cube was amazing with two floors. At the top floor, the cube hosted an impressive bar which was constantly topped up with multiple soft drinks, pizzas and desserts. Slightly beneath that, the cube opened to a large dining area sporting multiple tables and chairs where some of us spent the night chatting with friends. The cube was open to the air, and upon standing on the balcony, gave quite a calming and tranquil atmosphere - until the boat started moving, then the wind became difficult to deal with… but the view was gorgeous nonetheless.

Downstairs was a different story all together. The lower floor was home to a surprisingly large dance area which the entire year made use of, spending the majority of the night dancing along to requested tracks. They played everything over the loud speakers, from old hits to High School Musical and it all made for good fun. Downstairs was where everybody had the most fun singing and dancing along to the loud music with all of their friends. Most people sang until they lost their voices and danced until they couldn’t feel their feet. It was certain that everybody had a great time.

By the end of the night we were all super tired yet still happy from the great night that would be the focus of many inside jokes and happy memories. Overall it was an outstanding night and it will be an important memory as well as milestone in our lives. On behalf of the Year 11 cohort we thank Ms Charles for coordinating the River Cruise and all the staff who were a part of making it a great time for everybody.

Martina Veneracion & Thomas Wilding

College Academic Captains



On Tuesday 6 November 30 Year 7 students attended a night bush walk led by Ecologist Mandy Bamford. They moved around Neil Hawkins Park in Joondalup and spotted aquatic and bird wildlife. One group was lucky enough to find a baby motor bike frog. The students enjoyed the evening. Thank you to Mrs Fiona Owen for organising the event and Mr Giannasi, Miss Skelin, Mr D’Amico and Mrs Relo-Fisher for attending the evening.


Year 7 student Baylee Thompson attended the Mission Discovery program in Melbourne last holidays. This is a national event and Baylee was the only Prendiville student to attend in 2018.

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Her team won the design challenge in the first day and she made friends with the commander of the international space station. She had an absolutely fantastic experience. She is working on a project showcasing her experience which I’m sure she’ll get to you soon. Baylee enjoys Science and we at Prendiville look forward to seeing her project.

Margarita Tranquille

Acting Head of Science


Upcoming exams – Afterschool Maths help

Years 10 and 11 Exam weeks are approaching – Maths help is available!

If you feel like there are gaps in your exam preparation, or want some help with certain practice questions or concepts, come to the Origin (formerly known as the Mathematics Breakout Area) on Thursdays from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. There will be teachers in attendance that will be more than happy to help with your queries, just ask!

Did you know? Uses of probability in life and jobs.

Probability deals with the chance of an event occurring. As such, everything we do has a probability of favourable and unfavourable outcomes. Most often, when we think of probability, we think of the lottery or casino games like roulette, but probability is also in:

  • Everyday decision-making
  • Weather forecasting (and thus decisions based on the weather)
  • Sports
  • Risk assessments and safety
  • Biology – disease risk, spread and emergency response
  • Finance and risk analysis
  • Traffic management
  • Political polling
  • Sales forecasting
  • Predictive typing on phones and iPads
  • Card or board games

The list really is endless….

Jobs that involve probability are closely tied to those for statistics, with probability and statistics often mentioned at the same time. As such, a list of jobs that use probability would include those involved in anything above or those mentioned in the last newsletter.

Try the following logic question:

Find a four-figure number that is exactly four times greater when the digits are reversed.


Riddle 1. What always goes up and never goes down?

Riddle 2. What always goes down and never up?

Solutions from last newsletter: Logic question – Peter is 32 and Paul is 24. When Peter was 24, Paul was 16. Riddle: Fire.


Remembrance Day commemorated at Prendiville


On Monday the Prendiville community took the opportunity to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War 1. Students Olivia Howell and Sophie Hansen both of Year 9 delivered a heartfelt reflection to the staff. The College as a whole then took part in a minute's silence during PCG which was carried out with the utmost respect. The College Wall of Remembrance pictured below paid tribute to the relatives of the College community who are or were members of the armed forces.

Also, the library hosted a remembrance display which aimed to be a reflective tribute to people who lost their lives. This was a collaborative effort between the Library and the Humanities and Art Departments. A special thank you to Mrs Relo-Fisher, Mr Matthews and the librarians for their support in making this display possible. Also a big thank you to the students who assisted with the preparations for the day your support was invaluable.

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Baylee Thompson

Congratulations to Baylee Thompson in Year 7 who recently competed in the WA stage of the UN Youth Voice Australia Competition. Baylee attended a public speaking workshop before presenting a four-minute speech on her chosen topic of diversity in the Australian Parliament. After the speech, Baylee was asked a number of questions by the judges and equipped herself very well in her responses. Well done Baylee, the Humanities Department is proud of you.


Outdoors October 2018

Again, the Prendiville Outdoor Education Program offered opportunities for not just Outdoor Education students, but other students and staff as well - the opportunities to participate in the OutdoorWA Campaign: 'Outdoors October'. Where, for the month of October - every week throughout Perth/ local communities - there are opportunities to enjoy and participate in the great outdoors!

The ODE Dept offered the following:

  • Snorkelling gear for staff that wanted to try snorkelling at Mettams' Pool and Rottnest Island.
  • Adventure DVD'S/ magazines/ journal articles.
  • MTB's, gear and maps for staff that were riding sections of the Munda Biddi Trail.
  • Backpacks, gear and maps for Staff and their families that were walking sections of the Bibbulmun Track, Cape to Cape and Yanchep National Park.
  • Fire pits were made available at some lunchtimes for students to toast some marshmallows and make some smores.
  • The MTB Track in the Outdoor Ed. Learning Area was made available at a lunchtime so students were able to ride it and learn how to roll over some 'lumps n jumps'
  • The Outdoor Ed Club opened! On Thursday afternoons, students are encouraged to ride their bikes over the tracks that have been designed and developed by outdoor education students.
  • A new MTB Track is currently being designed and developed by the Outdoor Ed club.

Year 8

On Tuesday 30th October, the Year 8 Outdoor Education cohort put their roping knowledge and skills into practice. The year group is the largest the Outdoor Education Program have ever had, with 94 students. Due to the large size, for the first time, the students were divided over two quarries in the Kalamunda; Mountain & Strathams Quarry.

The students have been working hard on their abseil techniques and safety practices throughout Term 3 and for those that were able too, tackled the rock faces with absolute grit, determination but most of all - respect. As students walked into each quarry, the shear awe of the size of their respective quarries was an overwhelming feeling for some, though with the support that every "outdoor ed'er" gave each other, everyone was able to face their fears and achieve their own individual goals. For some, these goals were to abseil as many times as possible, for others, purely walking up to the top was an accomplishment in itself. I am deeply proud of the Year 8's - they were absolutely amazing throughout the day.

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Year 9

Our Year 9 Outdoor Ed'ers had their first expedition in Collie, 6th- 9th November. Activities included bushwalking over 35kms with weighted backpacks, a day of rock-climbing and abseiling at Wellington Dam Quarry and swims/tyre tubes rides down the Collie River.

The students were absolutely amazing and were faced with many challenges along the way. These ranged from controlled burning from DePaW, snakes saying hello along the tracks, rock- climbing lines, personal hygiene management and learning how to cook cous cous for the first time (some were more successful than others as I believe some members of Pink Panthers went for a more 'crunchy' texture.) To my Year 9 Outdoor Ed'er's, I am extremely proud of how you all embraced the Expedition. Well done on a successful year!

To those that are taking on Year 10 in 2019, hopefully you have learnt some solid skills and are ready for the epic Final Expedition - completing 100kms in 5 days, over two modes of transport!

Sarah Fogliani

Outdoor Education Coordinator


Prendiville’s third and youngest disc jocks of 2018 hit the airwaves last Wednesday during Community Radio 89.7 FM’s School of Thought program. Year 9 students Cameron Pugliese, Jerome Baptise, Daniel Hardie and Christopher Mears discussed in depth their views on the importance of Sci Fi as an entertainment genre. The boys filled their 30-minute slot with discussions on film and the special effects imperative to brilliant science fiction story telling. Each slot was then spaced with music which best exemplified their thoughts. Here is the link to their show ……. Enjoy the fruits of their well-prepared production for yourself.

Have a listen to the promo for our next installment to the airwaves.

school of thought promo ob 2018(1).mp3

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Session Time: Wednesdays 3.30 – 5.00 pm

Duration: 8 Weeks starting Week 2 (Term 1 2019)

Suitable for: Years 7 – 10

Ever wondered how 3D video games are developed? Register now for Firetech's after-school workshop series, launching in Term 1 at Prendiville.

Join Firetech for eight weeks of 3D game design with the Unity game engine, lead by a Firetech Tutor in the KT5 Keller Technology Hub. Up-skill your creativity with new C# coding knowledge to step-by-step build all the mechanics of your first 3D game.

Firetech will walk you through a mix of left and right brain thinking, covering 3D navigation, importing assets, object animation and programming a win/fail event to end the game.

Each session runs for 90 minutes with a 15 minute break to stretch and refresh our creative brains.

This is a beginners course and no prior coding experience is required – we will cover all the coding foundations and extension is available for any coding pros who wish to join.

Book online at: with the access code FT3D-2019 for Prendiville students.

Any interested students, please direqt message Ms Hyde before the end of the year.


Sporting Achievements

Neve MacLeod (Year 10)

Neve competed in the SLSWA Surfing State Championships for the Under 17 and Open age groups. Neve won Gold in the Under 17’s division and Bronze in the Open division which are both fantastic achievements. Neve has been in the Surf Science program at Prendiville since Year 7 and also competes in multiple Surf Lifesaving competitions. Neve is dedicated to her training and is evident in her results within competitions. Well done Neve.

Lachy MacLeod (Year 8)

Lachy competed in the SLSWA Surfing State Championships in the Under 14 age category. He placed 4th in the competition which was a very close final. Lachy has been a part of the Surfing program for two years and is enthusiastic about surfing sessions each week. Lachy has shown immense progress with his Surfing over his time at Prendiville and it is great to see his achievements in external competitions. Well done Lachy.

Renea Mayer

Acting Sports Coordinator



The University of Notre Dame – Twilight Tour

November 22 | Fremantle

Exploring your uni options? Join us for a personalised twilight tour of our town university in Freo's historic West End. Our advisors will be there from 5pm to answer all your questions about our leading degrees and help you find the right program for you.

Find out more -

The University of Notre Dame – 1 on 1 Advice Sessions

November 26 – December 6 | Fremantle

Considering your uni options but unsure of the right degree for you? Our advisors can introduce you to a range of programs that align with your strengths and interests to help you find the right degree for you.

Find out more -

The University of Notre Dame – ATAR Advice Day

December 14 | Fremantle

Looking for the right degree for you? Come and chat to our advisors about your uni options at ATAR Advice Day. We’ll introduce you to degrees and pathways that align with your strengths and interests. I wonder where your studies could take you? There will be plenty of snacks, free uni advice and cool merch on offer plus the chance to go on a Campus Tour.

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Curtin University – Fine Art Advisory Sessions

December 3 & 4 | Curtin University

January 8 | Curtin University

Our advisory sessions will help you to understand more about Fine Art at Curtin and will give you an opportunity to discuss you Fine Art interests.

Find out more -


VET. It’s Right Now – We put Dad’s to the test

Every parent wants to see their child succeed in all aspects of their life, including choosing the right career path. What parents do for a living; where they live; their education, knowledge and skills; what they earn; and how they spend their time and money, have a huge influence on their child’s career decision making. We put these real Dads to the test to see just how much they really know about Vocational Education and Training.

Watch the video

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Australian Apprenticeship Support – Subsidised Apprenticeship Wages

The program aims to address current and future skills shortages across the trades sector by incentivising employers in regional areas to take on apprentices in their business. Under the trial, employers who sign-up and commence a new apprentice from 1 January 2019 will be eligible for subsidies for the apprentice’s first three years.

Find out more -

BHP – Apprenticeships

BHP are looking for apprentices to work at their new South Flank operations in 2019. South Flank will be part of the world’s largest iron ore operation integrating the latest advances in automation, digital connectivity and modular design.

Find out more and apply here -

Apprenticeship Central – Apprenticeships & Traineeships

Apprenticeship Central is an initiative of BUSY at Work and has been created to promote apprenticeships and traineeships as a career path. It is more than a jobs board, it’s the bridge that connects both the job seeker and employer communities all over Australia.

Find out more -


Endeavour College of Natural Health – Studying Myotherapy Webinar

November 20 | Online

The webinar will include topics such as the Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy) course structure, differentiating between the theory & clinical practicum subjects and Myotherapy careers. An enrolment advisor will also be present to answer any of your enrolment questions such as entry requirements, how to enrol, FEE-Help, and more.

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Crimson Education – Unlock Your Greatest Potential – Preparing for Year 11 & Beyond

November 21 | Crawley, WA

November 22 | South Perth, WA

Not only will the academics and study push you to your limits, but you’ll also be juggling a range of extracurriculars, potential leadership roles and then face the decision of what comes after school. At this seminar, we’ll look specifically at how to navigate your final two years of high school and how to think about your future after school.

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Perth Music School – 2019 Pop, Rock & Jazz Summer Music School

January 14 – 18 | Perth

Perth Summer Music School has designed this 1 Week Music School for Players with 1+ Years of Musical Experience or more, and all Instruments are more than welcome.

Tuition by WAAPA Trained Musicians.

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Young Achiever Awards

The Young Achiever Awards acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people throughout Australia up to and including 29 years of age as of 31st December each year. No achievement is too small (or big!) and ALL young people should be applauded for their positive impacts on our local and wider communities.

Select your state and find out more to enter -


Beyond School Study Guide

The 'beyond school study guide' will help you when you're making important decisions about your future studies. Check out the factsheets on each of the HELP loans, different pathways to university, and a comparison on what study might look like in the higher education sector or for vocational education and training (VET).

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Fremantle Education Centre – Arrowsmith Open Night

November 21 | Fremantle Education Centre

The Arrowsmith Program strengthens your capacity to learn and makes you into a self-motivated and competent learner for life. It also helps those people who are already good learners become great learners (think University students, getting ready in Year 10 or 11 for Year 12.

Find out more -

Job Jumpstart Videos

Like any good adventure, looking for a job and planning your career can have some ups and downs. But we can help you get to where you want to go. Watch our new videos to get some hot tips to help you with your job search, intel from employers on what they look for and practical info to get you started. And remember, you got this!

How to be competitive for jobs (part 1)

Hot tips to stand out from the crowd

No work experience? No problem

Online or on campus: five questions to help you make up your mind

Not sure how to study at uni? See if this article can help you come to a decision. Read more -

How to ace your first teaching job interview

After all your hard work, countless assignments and pracs, you’re eager for your own classroom and the chance to shape young minds. You’ve scored yourself an interview at a great school and you’re nervous. Fear not. Here are some winning tips to help you prep like a pro.

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This year on Sunday 9th of December, St Simon Peter Parish will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of our church opening and blessing. We will begin with the Celebration of Mass at 10am with Emeritus Archbishop Barry Hickey. This will be followed by a Family Fun Fair in our Parish grounds. We would like to invite the Prendiville Catholic College community to help us celebrate this occasion.

At this Mass, we would like any School Student Leader Representatives to attend, preferably in their school uniforms to represent their School and participate in the Liturgy (details to follow).

For our Family Fun Fair, we plan to present ongoing musical items and we would welcome any students who would like to participate in presenting any items for our Entertainment Program.

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Tuesday 6 Friday 9 November - Year 9 Outdoor Ed Camp

Thursday 8 November - Year 10 Music Spectacular

Friday 9 November - TIDE Exhibition, Prendiville Gallery, 6.30pm - 8pm

Monday 12 November - Year 11 Thanksgiving Mass

Tuesday 13 November - Awards Night

Thursday 15 - Friday 23 November - Year 11 exams


St Simon Peter Parish, Ocean Reef

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 8am, 10am and 5pm

Our Lady of the Mission Parish, Whitfords

Sat - 6.30pm, Sun - 8am, 9.30am, 11am and 5.45pm

St Andrews Parish, Clarkson

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am and 5.30pm

St Luke's Parish, Woodvale

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 8am and 9.30am

St Anthony's Parish, Wanneroo

Sat - 6.30pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am and 6pm

All Saint's Parish, Greenwood

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am, 10.30am and 5.30pm

St John Paul II Catholic Primary School, Banksia Grove

Mon to Sat - 8am, Sat - 6pm, Sun - 9.30am


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Prendiville Gallery Instagram

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The Hub: A Home For Bright New Ideas!
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Coming to our College Soon B2Me

An electronic directory for enterprises within our college community. Encouraging people to do business with one another. The Hub, thanks to The College Board and the P&F, will be inviting business's on-board over the coming months, ready for launch in Feb 2019. Jump aboard now, be one of the first. Visit , click free sign-up and follow the prompts. A gift from The College to you!
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Matt Hale returns to The Redmond; this time for FRINGE!

Be early for the friend of The Redmond, Matt Hale, the smartest hypnotist in Australia. He's at The Redmond for two shows in February, click the link below to buy tickets. Matt is a Sell Out king so buy early. Click above for the media release and below for tickets.


Is this on your 'must get around to doing' list? “I must capture the memories of my grandparents or mum or dad or even a long lost aunt or uncle one day”; is what we here at The Hub are talking about.

The Hub offers that opportunity now using the facilities (green screen and sound mixing) at the College for you to do just that.The Hub offers this service @ half the rate of other studios. Contact us here at The Hub and we’ll assist you to grab those memories before it’s all too late! or

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