Middle School News

Father’s Day Breakfast

On Friday 31 August, the College will be hosting a Fathers' Day Breakfast for all students and their Dads outside the Mater Christi Centre Cafeteria, from 7.15am to 8.00am.

Please click on the link below for bookings and to pre-order your breakfast.


Year 8

 Please note the up and coming events for Year 8:

Drama Production, Thursday 30th August

Social, Friday 31st August, 6pm – 8.30pm in the College Auditorium.

 Vaccinations, Tuesday 11th September

Pastoral Session, Tuesday 11th September (Period 3)


Year 9 Personal Project Exhibition - Tuesday 4 September

The Personal Project comes to its culmination this term and students need to complete their project, report and exhibition set up. At the end of Term Two the students were involved in four well used periods of preparation for their report writing and exhibition preparation. More details of the project can be found on the Year 9 Portal in Seqta.

Personal Project Set Up - Monday 3 September

Personal Project Exhibition - Tuesday 4 September

Personal Project Clean-Up - Thursday 6 September


Year 7 STEM 2018


Commences Monday 27 August.

Challenge for students


Learning Goals for Students



 Dear Parents and Guardians

Friday the 14th of September is an opportunity for the Year 7 students to affirm their grandparents and pray for them as they together partake in the celebration of the Eucharist.

We would like to take this opportunity to cordially invite all Grandparents to join our Year 7 students in celebrating this wonderful family bond with our annual gathering  of grandparents. Students who do not have a grandparent may invite another adult (relation or family friend) as their representative. During the Mass prayers will include the remembrance of Grandparents who are unable to attend.

Mass will commence on Friday 14th September 2017 at 9.00am, at St Thomas More Catholic Church, Bateman and we would ask that you arrive by 8.45am.

Following the celebration of the Eucharist, we invite visitors and students to the Mater Christi Cafeteria for morning tea.  The College will provide morning tea for students and Grandparents. From here Grandparents and invited guests are encouraged to tour the College and the “Where the Wild Things Are” – Exhibition of Visual Art and Technology and Enterprise display in the Performing Arts Centre with their grandchild. Normal scheduled classes will recommence at the beginning of Period 3.

Where a Year 7 student will be absent for the Mass, an invitation is extended to their Grandparents to join in the celebration of the Eucharist and the morning tea. We look forward to sharing this special occasion with all.

Please use the following link to RSVP before Friday 8th September.