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  • 14 November, 2019

    Inspiring Positive Lifestyles

    Six Siena students, accompanied by Principal, Gaynor Robson-Garth, Elizabeth Hanney and Head of Health and PE, Laine Rice, attended the inaugural Inspiring Positive Lifestyles breakfast this morning. The breakfast, hosted by alumna Susan Alberti AC (Class of 1964), featured a keynote address by Lauren Burns OAM and a panel discussion encouraging everyone to embrace positive lifestyles through heal...

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  • 11 November, 2019

    Remembrance Day

    Today's commemoration ceremony for Remembrance Day was conducted by our Year 10 Politics and Legal Studies class. Year 9 and 10 students read moving diary extracts from four young people written during World War 1. We paused as a commuity to reflect on the commitment and courage shown by so many in the service of their country, and prayed for those Australians serving overseas. Lest We Forget.

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  • 08 November, 2019

    Pillars Year 7 - 9 Leadership Program

    Student Reflections In the first weeks of Term 4, fifty-five students in Years 7 to 9 were very fortunate to take part in four Pillars Leadership sessions. We discussed many key aspects of being a leader at Siena and developed skills that we could potentially use in leadership roles. The main focus of the first session was on Dominican values in leadership and why they are so important to our Coll...

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  • 08 November, 2019

    Romeo and Juliet

    Congratulations are extended to the Siena College students who took part in this year’s production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’. This collaboration with St Kevin’s College allowed our students to experience the dramatic process of staging a production whilst exploring the complexity of Shakespeare’s tragic and classic love story. Our thanks are extended to Ms Gemma Di Bari a...

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  • 08 November, 2019

    Year 8 Medieval Day

    Our Year 8 History study design encourages students to investigate and examine how people lived in other times. This year, we have focused on life in the Middle Ages. Recently, four classes were involved in a range of activities that introduced them to different aspects of medieval life. Students were joined by members of Medieval Education who showed them how to train and fight as knights along w...

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