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Kildare House Wins Again!


The 2019 Kildare Athletics Carnival was a great way to celebrate community, competition and the students athletic performance. The weather was outstanding which produced record participation numbers. Congratulations to the following students and Houses on their fantastic results.

Overall Winners:

Kildare                  1021
Brigid                     973
Delany                   899
Nagle                    797
Chanel                  653

Year Level Champions


Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding performances at our Athletics Carnival.

Year level Champions:

Year 7                    Charli Hazelhurst (Delany)
                               & Lilly Sparkhall
Year 8                     Lucy Pavia (Kildare)
Year 9                     Charlyse Ciccarello (Brigid)
Year 10                   Maddie Scott (Chanel)
Year 11                   Kristen Coad (Kildare)
Year12                   Rachel Etherington (Kildare)


Sports Update - Round 2 & 3


Round 2

Junior Basketball – Kildare 1 56 def Kildare 2 24
Senior Basketball – Kildare 1 20 def by Loreto College 36

Junior Volleyball - Kildare 1 0 sets (70) def by MMC 4 sets (97)                 
Special mentions to Fleur  and Natalie  (Fleur with her fine digs and Natalie with her amazing sets)
Junior Volleyball - Kildare 2 0 sets (34) def by OLSH 4 sets (100)
Senior Volleyball - Kildare 1, 2 sets (75) def Pedare, 1 set (53)



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The art work represents the land which is old, and has many stories. It also represents a woman who embodies the love and connection to the land and spirit. She is a story teller and brings people together to keep culture alive.

The art work will be displayed on the external wall of the College by the Wirra, an area of the College dedicated to indigenous culture and learning.

Strength and Gentleness