Marian Connections

At Marian, we have a strong connection with our community and focus on positive relationships with our students, staff and families.


'Marian Connections' is about maintaining contact with our community through our website. Here you'll find the fortnightly message from our Principal, journals from our Student Leaders, and a wealth of Pastoral Care information to support our community.


 
 

From the Principal - 4 November 2022

This term has been extremely busy with many events and activities for our students to enjoy this term. It has been wonderful to see so many students continue to fully participate across all areas of school life, especially the camps and retreats, with various sporting and mission opportunities to continue this term. I hope that students continue to involve themselves in all areas of school life and challenge themselves to engage in new experiences and opportunities. Read More...

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From the Principal - 20 September 2022

The end of a busy term 3 is fast approaching and we have again had many events and activities for our students to enjoy this term. It has been wonderful to see so many students continue to fully participate across all areas of school life, especially the various sporting and mission opportunities that have occurred this term. I hope that students continue to involve themselves in all areas of school life and challenge themselves to engage in new experiences and opportunities. Read More...

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From the Principal - 1 September 2022

The last few weeks of this term have certainly been extremely busy. Our Year 12 students have returned from their Trial HSC examinations and given all the disruptions that they have experienced in previous years, I am in awe of their resilience and commitment to their studies. During their leadership camp last year they devised the theme for 2022: ‘In unity, we will build the Marian community’. Read More...

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From the Principal - 9 August 2022

The term is progressing smoothly with the anticipated impact of COVID-19 beginning to settle down. We have been very lucky as a community to have minimal disruptions to student learning and we still have been able to fully engage in many school activities. In the classrooms I have noticed a more settled atmosphere and commitment to learning from students. Read More...

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From the Principal - 1 July 2022

This newsletter comes to you as we arrive at the midpoint of the 2022 school year, and what a fabulous half year it has been. I thank everyone for their ongoing support, patience and understanding as we have traversed through a very difficult term again. Read More...

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From the Principal - 25 May 2022

It was great to see our students return to school last week full of energy and enthusiasm for the term ahead. Term 2 is very much the business term of the academic year. Read More...

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From the Principal - 6 May 2022

It was great to see our students return to school last week full of energy and enthusiasm for the term ahead. Term 2 is very much the business term of the academic year. Read More...

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From the Principal - 4 April 2022

As we progress towards the conclusion of this term, it is important to pause and reflect on what we have endured over the last ten weeks. The continuation of the pandemic and the inclement weather has continued to challenge our community. Read More...

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From the Principal - 14 March 2022

It is hard to believe that the students have only been back three weeks. In this time, we have had a range of activities including our Opening School Assembly, Annual Swimming Carnival, Inaugural Virtual Open Evening and Year 7 Camp. The busyness of school life is the substance of a school and that which makes it special. It has been such a blessing to watch Marian come truly alive again over the last couple of weeks. Read More...

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From the Principal - 21 February 2022

It is hard to believe that the students have only been back three weeks. In this time, we have had a range of activities including our Opening School Assembly, Annual Swimming Carnival, Inaugural Virtual Open Evening and Year 7 Camp. The busyness of school life is the substance of a school and that which makes it special. It has been such a blessing to watch Marian come truly alive again over the last couple of weeks. Read More...

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