Killester College Newsletter

01 November 2019
Issue Fifteen
Principal's Report
Prayer
Latest News and Reminders
Finance
Community Service
Careers
HEPE and Sport
English and Humanities
Performing Arts
Visual Communications
Materials Technology
Library News
Killester College
03 9547 5000
433 Springvale Rd
Springvale, VIC, 3171
AU

Principal's Report

Dear Parents and Friends,

Our Gospel this week comes from Luke and tells the story of the interaction between Zacchaeus and Jesus. Luke shows us that Jesus was prepared to publically acknowledge and befriend Zacchaeus when others condemned him for being a tax collector, someone to be vilified. We are therefore challenged to think yet again, about the times we stand up for what is right and just when faced with criticism from others. The Principles of Living Justice we embrace here at Killester encourage all in our community to ensure that we too, try to act like Jesus. Specifically we are called to be the hands, feet, eyes, heart and voice of Jesus.  Our ongoing work with St Joey's Van, Wellsprings in Dandenong, the Wallara community, Friends of Refugees in Springvale and many other organisations show the rich determination the staff and student at the College have to act as Jesus would and, in doing so, give witness to our faith.

There were tears and laughter (sometimes both together) as we farewelled the graduation class of 2019. Our graduation liturgy and farewell assembly were both lovely celebrations that highlighted the achievements of the graduating class of 2019. Ms Leanne Di Stefano was the guest speaker at the Year 12 liturgy and the staff and students were delighted to welcome her back and hear her speak to them of the joys and challenges they will face in life beyond the gates at Killester. Most importantly Ms Di Stefano spoke of carrying the strength and kindliness they have forged here at Killester into the world. The Year 12 cohort have been outstanding role models for all in our community, they have been exemplified by true leadership from all in the year level, not just those officially elected to positions of responsibility. Our Year 12 students have given enormous pride to their families, our school community and to themselves. We wish all of them the greatest of success as they complete competencies for their final VCAL assessments or exams for their VCE studies. It is impossible to thank everyone individually for their contribution to the celebrations, in some way every member of our staff contributed to the success of these important rite of passage celebrations, in the main because our students conducted themselves with such integrity and goodwill- meeting the expectations set by all at the College. Organisationally however I would like to thank Ms Loreto Cannon, Ms Luana Doko, Mr Peter O'Neill, Ms Kath Lawson, Mr Bernie Hickey and the Year 12 homeroom teachers for their work in helping create such meaningful events.  

The assembly also gave us the opportunity to farewell Ms Clare Compton and Ms Frankie Flanagan. Both Ms Compton and Ms Flanagan have been successful in their applications for significant roles of responsibility outside of Melbourne. Ms Compton will be settling in the Sale diocese and will continue her tireless work in advocacy for diversity across all schools in that region. Ms Flanagan and her family are moving across the isle to Tasmania where Ms Flanagan will continue her work in Catholic education. Both staff members will be missed by all in our community and we wish them the greatest of luck in their new roles. 

 

Sally Buick

Principal, Killester College

Prayer

O Lord,
You are the light that guides my feet.
You are the map that gives me direction.
You are the peace that makes me strong.
You are the leader whom I faithfully follow.
May your light illuminate my life
And your guidance bring direction.
May I find inspiration in your word
And peace in my heart as I follow you.
Amen.

 

Latest News and Reminders

ROSEMARY AVENUE CLOSURE

Rosemary Avenue will be closed Monday 6th November and Monday 11th November due to building works.  Please make alternative arrangements for drop off and pick up for your daughters on these days.  Thank you for your understanding.

Year 7 2021 Enrolments 

If you have not yet submitted your Enrolment Application for your Grade 5 daughter please do so urgently to avoid missing a place a year 7 place at Killester in 2021.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Registrar on 9547 5000. Enrolment application forms are available from the front office or can be downloaded from our website.

The Fortnight Ahead

WEEK 5 - TERM 4

Monday 4 November 

VCE Exams

Mid Term break - No School and Office Closed

Tuesday 5 November 

SCHOOL CLOSED - MELBOURNE CUP PUBLIC HOLIDAY

Wednesday 6 November - ROSEMARY AVENUE WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO BUILDING WORKS

VCE Exams

Yr 9AG Disc Golf Excursion P1-2

Yr 7 Swimming Catch-Up 12.30pm-2.30pm

Thursday 7 November 

VCE Exams

Casual Dress Day

Yr 7-9 PAT Testing 

Second Hand Uniform Sale in Kennedy Hall Foyer 3.00pm-4.30pm - Cash and Card Accepted

Friday 8 November  

VCE Exams

Student Elections for 2020 - KD02 All Day

Yr 9FR Disc Golf Excursion Lunch-P5

Saturday 9 November 

Class of 1969 Reunion 12.30pm @ Sandown Greyhound Racing Restaurant

Sunday 10 November 

Class of 2009 Reunion 2.00pm-5.00pm @ Killester College

 

WEEK 6 - TERM 5

Monday 11 November - ROSEMARY AVENUE WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO BUILDING WORKS

Remembrance Day Service 11.00am

Yr 10 Primary School Coaching Incursion P3-4

Killester Instrumental Soiree in Threatrette 5.00pm-6.30pm

Tuesday 12 November

VCE Exams

Wednesday 13 November

VCE Exams

Thursday 14 November

VCE Exams

Yr 10/11 Final Classes

Friday 15 November

VCE Exams

Yr 10/11 Study Day (Not required at school)

Yr 9EM Disc Golf Excursion P1-2

 

Out and About......

 

 

It has been a busy two weeks at Killester. We commenced with the Arts Tech Exhibition on Friday night and then moved to the annual Open Day on Sunday. The weather was kind and the crowds exceeded expectations. This is always a day that showcases the many opportunities that the girls at Killester can avail themselves of and also the many talents of the students across so many fields. There was music, cooking, technology activities, science experiments, artworks, interactive IT and Maths displays, English and Humanities and LOTE displays of work and resources, a BBQ and animal farm. There was the chance to try the Human Powered Vehicles, plus tours and show bags.

 

Reminders

  • There are no classes this coming Monday and Tuesday, but the Year 12 VCAA exams will continue at the College. We wish our senior students well.  
  • Thursday 7th November is a casual clothes day for our 2019 charities with a gold coin donation. 
  • The 2020 student elections will take place on Friday 8th November. There will be a Remembrance Day service on Monday week, 11th November, at 11.00am.   
  • The Year 11 exams commence on Monday 18th November, with a study day on Friday 15th November.

Uniform

A request to parents to please look at the length of your daughter's dress. Many of the girls appear to have grown enormously in the past six months. Can the dresses please reach to the middle of the knee. We will be running a secondhand uniform session in Kennedy Hall foyer Thursday 7th November from 3.00pm-4.30pm. All proceeds go towards Killester students in need. Cash and card accepted

 

School Magazine photos now for Sale

Our school photographers, Schoolpix, are now offering parents the opportunity to purchase committee and sports team photos that are featured in our school magazine.  Please refer below for further details.

Best wishes for the coming fortnight.

Loreto Cannon

School Organisation and Community Development

Upcoming Events

 

Final Farewell Celebrations for the Class of 2019

On Thursday, 21 November at 7.00pm is the Graduation Dinner – the social event of the year!  This is the final farewell to the Class of 2019 and all students and their family members, as well as Killester staff, are welcome.  This function is at The Grand on Princes, 2251 Princes Hwy, Mulgrave.  Each Year 12 family has already received an Edsmart notification, and a special invitation, detailing the on-line booking procedure for the dinner.   I look forward to seeing you at these various events.

Kathleen Lawson

Year 12 Student Development Leader

Book Lists Available Online

This year we are being more environmental with regards to our booklist distribution. All booklists are now available online at Campion website. Visit https://www.campion.com.au/ and order using the code MG5R. There will be no paper book lists distributed but we continue to offer the service of a pickup day - 17 January 2020 - at the school. Parents also still have the option to pay for their orders by credit card or cash on collection.   Girls will find a copy of the book lists in their year level areas identifying which books can be bought or sold secondhand and the suggested prices.

Secondhand books can be purchased through the Sustainable School Shop 

https://www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au/

 

CDG Youth and Family Services - Performers Wanted

My name is Josh and I work at the City of Greater Dandenong Youth and Family Services.  Youth and Family Services often run stage on local Festivals and Events. The stage provide young people opportunity to showcase their skills and to build their performing portfolio. Young people will be provided with small amount of reimbursement for their time and skills. We pay $10 per performance for new performers.  We are looking for performers for our Dandy Show event stage. This is taking place on Saturday November 9 from 5pm till 8.30pm.  The stage size is 6M X 4M so dancers will need to plan their act accordingly.  We are particularly interested in young people who can  Sing (solo / duo)

  • Dance
  • Rap
  • Spoken word or poetry
  • Magic
  • Stand-up comedy.

If you have any students who you think would benefit from this opportunity, I have attached the expression of interest form.  Student will need to fill in this expression of interest and send a short video of a sample of their act.  They could also contact us to arrange a meeting if they would like to perform directly in front of us.  We look forward to receiving expression of interest from you.  Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need any further information. 

 Contact Joshua Baron, Youth Worker,  Youth and Family Services

P. (03) 9793 2155 |  F.: (03) 8571 5196 www.greaterdandenong.com 

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Finance

Schedule of Fees and Charges - 2020

SCHOOL FEES

School fees are inclusive of all camps and excursions and are the same for all year levels.  Discounts are applied to families with more than one student enrolled at the same time.

 

Total school fees are

  • One student $2,750.00
  • Two students $4,950.00
  • Three or more students  $6,325.00

 

CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONThe Capital Contribution is $250.00 per family. This is a compulsory charge to ensure the resources and facilities are up to date .

 

PAYMENT TERMS AND METHODS

Fees are billed on an annual basis in January and a statement forwarded by mail. Updated statements will be issued during the year by mail, only where an email address is not available. Correspondence by email is preferred. Payment is due by February 28th unless an instalment arrangement is in place.

 

Parents are again given the opportunity to choose their method of paying their College account.

Payment options are:

  • BPAY:  Details needed for BPAY will be listed on your statement of fees.
  • EFTPOS:  This is available for payment in the Finance Office.
  • CREDIT CARD:  This is available in the Finance Office, or by phone or by returning the payment slip providing details.
  • CASH OR CHEQUE:  If students are bringing cash to school it is advisable for them to bring directly to the Finance Office or place in the Fees Box outside the Business Manager's Office. Please make sure an envelope placed in the Fees Box is clearly labelled to identify the payment. The correct amount must be tendered as a receipt will be issued for the actual sum forwarded.
  • DIRECT DEBIT:  Direct debits can be arranged from credit cards or bank accounts.  Forms are available from the Finance Office or are available online at our website under College Information.
  • CENTREPAY:  Centrepay is a free direct bill paying service offered to customers receiving payments from Centrelink.

 

If an arrangement exists for your current school fees this arrangement will automatically continue unless we are notified otherwise.  The instalment amount will be altered accordingly.  The Finance Office is open Monday to Fridays from 8.30am to 4.30pm.

 

ASSISTANCE

CSEF  -  If you hold a current Healthcare card you may be eligible for a $225 payment from the State Government as part of the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund.   Applications are available at the school office or are able to be downloaded from www.education.vic.gov.au/csef.

 

If you are experiencing financial hardship please make an appointment to speak to the Business Manager, at the beginning of the year, for assistance.  Contact can be made by phone or email to srotunno@killester.vic.edu.au

 

EXTRA CHARGES

Technology - MacBooks

Parents will be separately billed in mid January and this account must be paid upfront before students are issued with the device in the first week of Term 1. The College will issue to all students a device to use while they are enrolled.  Each family will be charged annually for 3 years as a lease payment. If a student leaves the College before the end of the lease period the lease payments are forfeited. Please be aware in the event of an insurance claim an excess is payable.

 

VET Electives ( Vocational Education and Training)

VET fees for external colleges are in addition to the school fees. These charges will be invoiced to families in June and vary in cost, but can be as much as $2,000.

 

VCE Arts and Technology subjects:  These may incur additional costs.

 

Bus Runs

The school currently services two bus routes through Victorian Touring Coaches to Keysborough/Dingley and Endeavour Hills.  The 2019 costs of these are $250.00 per student per term.  New 2020 timetables are available and we welcome any enquiries about the routes.  After making application to the front office to use this service an invoice will be sent to you each term and a bus pass provided when payment is made.

 

Music Fees

Optional Instrumental Music Lessons are available to students interested in furthering their musical development. Information and application forms are available at our website under College Information.  Fees are payable before the start of each Term.

 

BRIGIDINE ASSOCIATION RELIEF FUND

We would like to inform you of a special fund created by the Brigidine Sisters to support needy families including refugees, migrants, families experiencing long term unemployment or illness, Koori students, adolescents living independently of their families and low income working families who do not qualify for government assistance programs.  Donations from the public, together with the annual contributions from each of the Brigidine Secondary Schools will, over time, generate sufficient income to support a significant number of students in their education.   Your support will make a difference in the life of a young person in a world where the acquisition of skills and competencies remain the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and disadvantage. If you would like to help, please contact the Finance Office.

Community Service

 

 

Careers

VCAL Amazing Race

 

 

On the 17th of October, the Year 11 and 12 VCAL students all gathered at Springvale station early at 8.30 and made way to the city to start the ‘amazing race’, organized by a group of Intermediate VCAL students. Once we arrived in the city, we got straight into our groups and went ahead with the race.   Each group were allocated with different locations which were categorized into different themes. The themes were lane ways, music, street art, parks, and gardens. The groups had certain pit stops along the way and were expected to take photos to share with the groups at the end of the race.  The groups all had a time frame to complete the race in which was around 3 hours. Once we were all finished we all gathered back at Flinders Street station ready to attend our farewell lunch for the Year 12s. We booked a place called Sempre Pizza and Calzone, located at the Parliament End of Bourke Street. We ordered a total of 14 pizzas, as we were all hungry after the lovely walk in the city.

 

Yianna Andreadellis, Year 11 Student

Monash Mentoring Program

Access Monash were delighted to celebrate the 2019 Year 12 Mentees from Killester College who graduated from the Access Monash Mentoring Program. An end of year celebration was held at Monash University’s Caulfield Campus on Thursday 10 October to commemorate the achievements of each mentee.  Each mentee received individual mentoring from a current Monash University student throughout the year. Mentors provided invaluable advice and support to their mentees - providing insight into university life, clarifying future goals and supporting mentees with study tips throughout year 12.  Congratulations to the following students who graduated from the program this year:

  • Tiarna Vacirca
  • Lisa Trieu
  • Matisse Sedita
  • Sork You Rov
  • Kayla De Silva
  • Martina Pataki
  • Stephanie Nguyen
  • Angel Chau
  • Anita Bun
  • Kristen Willenberg
  • Chenla Keath
  • Mikayla Lowther
  • Julie Lan
  • Sotheara Gnav
  • Celinna Lim
  • Sneha Rajackal Senthil Vel
  • Dawn Aquino
  • Senethma Fernando
  • Megan Chan
  • Carla Allendes Arias
  • Tiffany Kwok
  • Olivia Dempsey
  • Cynthian Thai
  • Jasmine Nguyen
  • Aba Rosewinny
  • Gen Le
  • Felicia Stott
  • Trisha Granada
  • Kayla Azagra
  • Veronica Maroun
  • Serena Nguyen
  • Dora Tran
  • Hannah Whitmore
  • Isabelle Gemmell  

Thank you to all of the mentors, parents/guardians and teachers who helped support the program throughout the year.   To find out more about Access Monash and their mentoring program visit

 https://www.monash.edu/access

HEPE and Sport

Year 11 Surfing Day

On the 23rd of October, the Yr 11 PE and Sport and Recreation class travelled to Smith Beach in Phillip Island to learn how to surf. After an hour and a half on the bus, we arrived at their local surf shop to put on our wetsuits, grab our surfboards and learned about the dangers of rips and currents and the importance of staying in between the red and yellow flags. We were lucky enough to have encountered such a beautiful day, where the girls were able to enjoy themselves at the beach.  Arriving onto the sand, we had several talented surf instructors teach us the basics of surfing. The instructors taught us how to enter the water with our surfboards, techniques on how to paddle and overcome an oncoming wave, and the most exciting part, standing up on the surfboard. We then had the chance to practice and master some of the skills, where many of us stood up and caught a wave. On the way back, we stopped at San Remo for lunch and enjoyed the fantastic view.  We would like to thank Mr Brodie, Ms Sadler, Ms Campion, Bethany and Mr V for allowing us to have an unforgettable experience. It was a day that many of us won’t forget! 

 

Jacqueline Le, Year 11 Student

English and Humanities

Year 7 Humanities' Walk Through Time
 

 

Walking through the Year Seven classrooms this week you may have felt that you had been transported through time, back to an ancient civilisation. Our learning space has been embellished with some fantastic exhibition pieces hand made by the year sevens as a culmination of their learning about the ancient world.   There was a huge variety of artefacts on display and even more impressive was the creative way in which students had chosen to put together their models. Students got to see pyramids made with hand-drawn bricks, real sand, clay, paper and paints. There were several 2D and 3D representations of the Parthenon and other ancient Greek buildings.   Famous people of the ancient world were brought to life including Pharaoh Tutankhamen and students got to see the diet of an Ancient Chinese person laid out on a plate for them. Students created boats from the Nile river and several Great Wall of China models were on display.  The stand out exhibition piece was presented by Arelyna Singh from St Maria Goretti. Her huge depiction of a shore side scene from Ancient Egypt drew both applause and awe from her fellow year sevens. Arelyna used many different types of materials including foam board, silicone, popsicle sticks, paints, clay, tiles and much more to create her informative diorama. She even researched, 3D printed and hand-painted all the small battle figures. Compliments to the year seven students for their impressive efforts on their exhibition task. A high level of learning was showcased through all the artefacts. 

 

Year 7 Humanities Team

Performing Arts

Concert Band

Pictured is the new Concert Band, which has received an enormous injection of 15 players who have been promoted from Honk. This is very exciting for the Music department as there is only two Year 11s /12s in 2020, which means the band will be together for quite a few years to come. If everyone is present there will be over 30 members! That is a new record for our department. Honk will start the process of rebuilding. I would encourage any student who is currently learning in the Year 7 band classes or the Year 8 advanced ensembles to come along on a Thursday afternoon from 3.15pm - 4.00pm.

Important Dates

Year 10 Music Night - Monday 11th November and Tuesday 12th of November in the Theatrette

Look out for information from your daughter's instrumental teacher regarding which night your daughter will be performing.  The soiree will be held from 5.00pm-6.30pm in the Theatrette.

 

Summer Sounds Concert - Wednesday 27th of November in the Theatrette

All the younger ensembles will be performing at this concert: Swing Sisters, Honk, Year 7 class ensembles, Year 8 advanced ensembles, Heartstrings.  It will be held in two sessions.  Concert 1  5.00pm-6.00pm and Concert 2  7.00pm-8.00pm. Details will follow in Edsmart as we get closer to the date. 

 

The Jazz Night - Saturday 30th of November  

Killester College Theatre -  7.00pm

Featuring: The Killester Stage Band

 Special Guests: The  Julie O’Hara Quartet

Tickets $8.00 per person.

BYO food and drinks

Tickets are available at

https://www.trybooking.com/BGFYT

 

"An outstanding singer".....Laurence Donahue-Green (All about Jazz Magazine, New York)


"O'Hara's vocals are imbued with a strong jazz feel with eloquent phrasing, melodic variations and rhythmic expression" John McBeath (The Australian)


"With her perfect pitch, skillful improvising and ego-free style, O'Hara has carved out a reputation on the Australian and international music scene for high-quality performances that are accessible to everyone". Ken Turnball (Castlemaine State Festival review - vocalese project)

Vocalist, improvisor and songwriter, Julie O'Hara has been active in jazz for over twenty years, growing up in Melbourne, Australia, performing with Big Bands, gypsy swing, traditional jazz, R&B swing, bebop and vocalese. Julie has earned a reputation for her prodigious activity in Melbourne's jazz and music clubs, national and international music and jazz festivals as a versatile and committed vocalist and songwriter. She has performed with jazz lumineries such as Bob Sedergreen, Gil Askey, the B# Big Band and the Cat Empire.

Visual Communications

Visual Arts and Technology Exhibition '2019
 

 

‘INTO THE JUNGLE’ was the theme for our amazing 2019 ‘Arts & Technology Exhibition’ held from 18th to 20th October this year. The exhibition was a great success and celebration of the Visual Arts & Technology. It was wonderful for the Killester College community, families and friends to be able to admire the fabulous work of our creative students. The work was showcased in Kennedy Hall among a jungle environment, which was enhanced by the lively music of the Jazz Band and Year 9 Choir.  Delicious food and beverages were prepared and served by our VET Hospitality students and the Fashion Show was another highlight of the evening.

 

Our dedicated and talented staff worked with our students throughout the year to inspire and educate them in the learning areas of Visual Arts, including Visual Art, Media and Visual Communication Design. In Technology the learning areas are Textiles, Food Technology, Information Technology, Design  materials, VET Fashion Design & Hospitality. We would like to thank the staff and our wonderful  supportive technicians, maintenance team, IT support, volunteers, staff and students who have given their time and talents to make this event such a success.

 

The teachers of our junior Visual Art and Technology classes used various aspects of the jungle this year to inspire their students’ imaginations to create a range of works. Ceramic jungle birds, animals, flowers and ‘Jazzy Jungle Gals’ were produced in clay, jungle scenes were painted on canvases and were printed using lino. Australian Indigenous Art inspired the Year 9 ceramic cylindrical vessels and ‘Spiritual Dreaming Lanterns’. In Textiles the students used jungle prints for their PJs and sewed colourful soft toys.

 

Drawing from the wider world, their own personal experiences and imaginings inspired the art and design works of our senior students in a vast range of methods, media and materials in both Visual Arts and Technology.

 

Both the Arts & Technology use creative, critical and reflective thinking together with designing in their visual diaries & folios. It is important to appreciate the many hours of developing & refining ideas before the final work evolves.

 

De Leggo and Eva Kordupel

Visual Arts Learning Leader and Technology Learning Leader

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Materials Technology

Fashion Classes WOW Audience on the Jungle Catwalk
 

 

The biennial Art and Technology Show titled ‘Into the Jungle’ showcased amazing student works from the Art, Visual Communication, Food Technology, Materials, Information Technology and Textiles Learning Areas.  Textiles students’ creative work included: soft toys, boxer shorts and  undresses, storyboards, fashion drawing and mood boards. These were on display along with a  cheeky chameleon or two, vibrant toucans and parrots in colourful jungle-themed display.  The audience was treated to music from the school jazz band and delicious delicacies  from the hospitality class as they meandered through all the displays of our talented  students work.  The evening then changed the beat as the Year 9 Music students did a beautiful  rendition of “In the Jungle “ to introduce the VET VCE students’ Fashion Parade. The  theme this year was ‘Jungle Jive’ and Mr Graham Pierce wrote and read a poem to  introduce each segment.  The wild group of Year 12 students set the tone with a beautifully choreographed  segment flaunting tribal collars and belts the VET students made during transition. The year 10 students then paraded their summery sundresses on theme of Botanica. Next came a flock of colourfully clad models who wore infinity tops, pencil skirts and tutu overlays that were inspired the birds of the jungle. From birds to horses, the Year 11 class were challenged to construct a garment for our iconic horse race, the models strutted these down the catwalk in true Melbourne cup style.  We then, hit the jungles of South America, inspired by the Escaramuza, the students designed dresses that were at once sustainable and yet extended their sewing skills. The models made dramatic entrances to Spanish guitar swirling their dresses like the matadors’ cloaks. The evening ended with the ‘Midnight in the Jungle gala’ dresses. The models swooned on the catwalk highlighting the details of their gowns. These  models were also involved in a photo shoot to showcase the VET students sewing skills, along with the other models in the parade. The students have many opportunities in textiles to draw from inspiration, one of these was attending the Bendigo Gallery recently to view the magnificent Balenciaga exhibit.

 

Anna Miha, VET Fashion Teacher

Library News

Book Lists Available Online

This year we are being more environmental with regards to our booklist distribution. All booklists are now available online at Campion website. Visit https://www.campion.com.au/ and order using the code MG5R. There will be no paper book lists distributed but we continue to offer the service of a pickup day - 17 January 2020 - at the school. Parents also still have the option to pay for their orders by credit card or cash on collection.   Girls will find a copy of the book lists in their year level areas identifying which books can be bought or sold secondhand and the suggested prices.

 

The Knitting Circle

Every Friday at lunch time, students and staff have gathered to have a pleasant chat and knit blanket squares. A beautiful, warm blanket has just been completed and will be donated to the Brigidine Asylum Seekers Project (BASP). Special thanks to  Marilyn from Wondoflex in Malvern for using her crocheting skills to assemble the squares into the finished item. The group is well on the way to the next blanket so please feel free to join us - if you don't know how to knit, no problem, someone will be happy to teach you!

 

 

Killester College Newsletter
Open Day 2019.pdf
Killester Art Exhibition.pdf
Secondhand Uniform Sale Thursdsay 24 October 2019.pdf
Term 4 Choir - Kildare Voices.jpg
Class of 2009 Reunion.pdf
CFA Open Day 20th October.jpg
Killester Uniform Price List.pdf
Summer 2019 - Canteen Menu Terms 1 and 4.pdf
Tennis Enrolments Term 4 2019.pdf
Free Leadership Program - CGD Youth Services.pdf
Free Leaderhip Program - Registration Form.pdf
Secondhand School Books.pdf
Purchasing Haines Calculators.pdf
CGD - Performer Expression of Interest Dandy Show.pdf
Class of 1969 Reunion.pdf
Class of 2009 Reunion.pdf
Summer 2019 - Canteen Menu Terms 1 and 4.pdf
Killester Uniform Price List.pdf
2020 Schedule of Fees.pdf
2019 Term 4 Calendar.pdf
Yr 11 End of Year Exams 2019.pdf
Yr 10 End of Year Exams 2019.pdf
Tennis Enrolments Term 4 2019.pdf
Berwick Career News #16.pdf
Purchasing Haines Calculators.pdf
Insight - Parenting Ideas.pdf