Our 2016 open Day will take place on Sunday 28 August between the hours of 11.00am and 2.00pm. Experience Marymede Catholic College first hand.
Our 2016 Open Day will take place on Sunday 28 August, 2016 between the hours of 11.00am - 2.00pm.
Open Day provides both current and prospective families with a great opportunity to visit the College, meet our Staff, take a guided tour of our Prep to Year 12 facilities and immerse themselves within the Marymede Community!
There will be plenty of activities on offer for children to take part in throughout the day, along with FREE Showbags and a FREE Sausage Sizzle lunch!
More information to follow.
As part of our 10th Year Anniversary Celebrations – all past graduates of Marymede Catholic College are invited to attend our ‘10th Year College Reunion’ on Friday September 2, 2016.
This event will provide all past graduates with a fun opportunity to reconnect with the Marymede Community.
Event: 10th Year Anniversary College Reunion
Date: Friday September 2, 2016
Venue: Sagi Bar – 57 High Street, Northcote
Drinks and finger food provided.
Please Note: Only students who graduated in Year 12 at Marymede Catholic College are invited to attend this event.
If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact our College Registrar on 9407-9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There was a change of scenery in the Year 2 House recently, with our students taking part in their first Friday Fun-Day of the year: taking part in some activities that our Year 2 Teaching Team are passionate about!
Activities included Comic Book creation on the iPads; Zumba & Dance Class; a fishing lesson; Aboriginal inspired art and a Science class which sees our students making their very own bath bombs!
A lot of smiling and happy faces and potentially some future fishermen/women!
As part of our commitment to Reconciliation, Marymede Catholic College recently celebrated National Reconciliation Week 2016 with House Assemblies involving a range of speakers:
Uncle Ian Hunter local Wurundjeri elder and traditional landowner performed a Smoking Ceremony and shared his story with Romero;
Members of the Stolen Generation Debbie and Kerry shared their story and journey of healing with McCormack and McAuley;
Karen spoke to Marcellin House about the role of Aboriginal people in Australia’s history and Bryan spoke to Chisholm about ‘History in Pictures’ a series of artworks designed by Aboriginal artists, each against the theme of government policies pertaining to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs.