I would like to congratulate the Didge Kids and the Badu Dancers and singers for their wonderful performance in Cairns at the Pullman Hotel on the evening of Thursday 3rd August. The students were brilliant and represented the College to a high degree of excellence. Once again, our students rise to the challenge and make their college and home communities proud and showcase the wonderful culture of their heritage. Well done to our students!
WELCOME TO GUS THE BOARDER PUP!
Gus is friendly and he likes to play with the kids. He makes them laugh and chases them. He helps people from having a bad day at school. He spends time with them to cheer them up. Gus likes going down to the grounds and seeing a lot of new people and getting to know them. I like Gus because he is friendly and likes to play a lot. I like him because he is so cute to cuddle with. He is really a friendly dog to play with, He might know us from little but when he grew up he didn’t even know us but he is really a friendly and quiet little puppy. That’s what I like about him. Rona
TRINITY BAY WRITERS' FESTIVAL
What an incredible opportunity for Mount St Bernard students. Thanks to Mrs Weedon, Mrs Riber, Ms Rolfe and Ms Adair, twelve students were able to work with renowned Australian writers and illustrator to explore the different approaches to novel writing and illustrating. The first day of workshops provided engaging,
hands on activities demonstrating each authors skills and talents. Day two was all about students putting what they had learned into action to create their own masterpieces; well at least the beginnings of them.
NAIDOC Day is fast approaching. The College will provide a Bus Service from Cairns on the morning of Friday 25th August and return to Cairns in the afternoon. This will coincide with the Boarders free weekend. Bus Pick up points are, 1st, Gordonvale, Picconne’s Supermarket Edmonton, Stockland Earlville, Seville Centre Earlville, Cairns Central, Smithfield Shopping Centre and Mareeba Information Centre. These will be central pick up points not residential addresses. Please advise college if you will require this bus service asap. The Naidoc Program will be running all day from 9am—3pm. Program includes Liturgy, Cultural feast and of course our famous dancers. More details to come about other exciting events and entertainment. NAIDOC shirts will be for sale. Cost $50.00 All family are welcome to attend. RSVP no later than Tuesday 15th August. If you have any further queries please contact MSB’s Transition Team on PH: 40 961 444 We look forward to seeing you.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2018 NOW OPEN
A number of scholarships are available to students attending Mount St Bernard College.
If you are interested in applying for a scholarship in 2018 please refer to the links above or contact the college directly on 4096 1444.