The Principal's Report

As we eagerly anticipate and embrace the conclusion of yet another highly active term, I would like to highlight a number of reflections and acknowledgments.

Seamus Scorgie
Acting Principal

Identity and Mission

On 15 August the Catholic Church celebrated the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On this Feast, Catholics traditionally celebrate Mary going to heaven.

Rana Brogan
Assistant Principal — Identity and Mission

Student Wellbeing

My temporary return to Kinnoull-ian shores was met with some surprise, some indifference and very little student fanfare.

David Alexander
Assistant Principal — Stude

Learning and Teaching

Spring serves as a powerful metaphor for personal growth and development, making it an ideal season to explore and nurture the potential for student growth.

Rob Bonnici
Assistant Principal - Learning and Teaching

Tiverton Campus
Years 5 to 8

Students from Years 5 to 8 have had Semester 2 assemblies over the last week that have focused on basic expectations that the teaching staff have of the students at all times at the Tiverton campus.

Martin Gibbs
Director of Students - Tiverton Campus

Holy Eucharist Campus

Year 9

The buzz around learning at the Holy Eucharist campus continued with the boys experiencing learning outside of the classroom once again through the annual Ingenuity and Conversation days.

Tom Murphy
Year 9 Head of Campus - Holy Eucharist

Kinnoull Campus

Years 10 - 12

The Year 11 Social was recently held at Merrimu Receptions with over 200 students in attendance.

Shane Mackintosh
Director of Students - Senior Years

Sport Report

Term 3 Sport has concluded, and we thank our Year 12 students for not only this term or this year’s efforts, but for all their participation over the many years spent at the College.

Melo Conti
Director of Sport


Our annual Conversation Day was held at Holy Eucharist on Friday 11 August. The Year 9’s had an enriching and educational experience during the day, immersing themselves in the vibrant cultures of Italy and France.

Alexander Yep
Learning Area Team Leader - Languages

Help Build a Happier, Healthier Stonnington

Help us build a happier, healthier Stonnington by completing our Social and Community Health survey.

Joe Pitt
Active Stonnington Program Lead -
Active Communities


On 17 August at Merrimu Receptions, Murrumbeena, many of our longest standing Old Collegians gathered to celebrate 50 Plus Years and counting since graduating.

Pauline Nolan
Alumni Officer

Education Support

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACs) have introduced a new policy relating to students who have a diagnosed health care need, complex care need or medical condition.

Georgie Skinner
Education Support Coordinator

Important Events

Please note: The College events listed below may be subject
to change. Please refer to the Daily Notices in OLLIE for updates.
* Please Note: Times and dates may change so always refer to the Ollie Calendar for current information.

Parent Network News

The much loved Father’s Day Breakfast was held in the Tiverton Gymnasium on Thursday 24 August and it was fantastic to see 500 fathers/carers and sons there to celebrate this special day.

Mrs Sonya Ryan
College Parent Network

Science Week

Another year, another brilliant Science Week at De La Salle College. Students across Tiverton, Holy Eucharist and Kinnoull were treated to a range of engaging Science activities, all designed to get them excited and engaged with Science.

Jessica Stevenson
Learning Area Team Leader - Science

From the Archives

In an article earlier this year, I mentioned a Cricket match ball trophy donated by Old Collegian Peter Heaney (1960) which showed his amazing bowling score of 8 for 9.

Marian Jenkinson
College Archivist

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