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Year 7 Family Gathering

Friday 14 February 6-8pm in the Quad

Year 7 families are warmly invited to join us for the Year 7 Family Gathering on Friday, 14 February - a wonderful opportunity to meet other Year 7 families as well as Home Class teachers and key staff. Information has been emailed to Year 7 families. For more information, contact Angela Warrick, Community Engagement and Events Officer. To book online, click here.

Year 12 Formal

Friday 6 March, 7pm

Always a highlight of the Year for our Year 12 students, this year's Formal is sure to once again be a fabulous night of celebration. Information about the event will be distributed to Year 12 parents and students shortly.

Twilight Tea

Friday 13 March - 5-8.30pm in the Concordia Campus Quadrangle

Join us for the annual 'Twilight Tea', an evening of fun and entertainment for all the family.

The annual Twilight Tea is one of Concordia’s best-loved community events. Join us in the Quad on Friday, 13 March from 5pm to 8.30pm for a full program of entertainment, children's activities, food stalls and much more.

Free entry. All welcome!

Business Networking Breakfast

Thursday 26 March, 7.30-9am in The Suaviter, Concordia Campus

Members of the Concordia community are warmly invited to join us for our next Business Networking Breakfast with special guest speaker Carole Gordon from BIN SHIFT. Carole teaches sustainable waste reduction, which in 2020 is critical knowledge for businesses seeking to be leaders in sustainable practice. She will outline ways you can move towards a more sustainable future in the home or workplace and we are looking forward to a wonderful morning. Book online

St John's Campus Family Event

Friday 27 March, 5-7pm

The St John's Campus Family Event is a wonderful opportunity for families to connect in a relaxed environment, with delicious food provided as well as entertainment and activities for the children. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!

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Diary Dates

Fridge Notes

To download a Term 1 Fridge Notes calendar for each campus, click the links below. Fridge Notes can also be accessed via the 'More' tab within the School Star app.

St John's Campus

February
 
Friday 7 Coffee in the Courtyard, 9.15am
Saturday 8 ACER Scholarship Test for Year 7 in 2021 at Concordia Campus
Sunday 9 Staff Blessing, 10am in the College Chapel
Wednesday 12 ELC Parent Information Night, 7-8.30pm
Saturday 15 Year 1 Parent Event
Wednesday 19 St John's Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am
Thursday 20

Year Level Coordinators' Meeting, 9-10am

Concordia Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am

Saturday 22

Reception Parent Event

Thursday 27

Year 1 - 5 Parent/Teacher Interviews, 3.30-8pm

ELC Settling in Chats, 3.30-5.30pm

Saturday 29

ELC Parent Event

March
 
Tuesday 3

Year 1 - 5 Parent/Teacher Interviews, 3.30-8pm

ELC Settling in Chats, 3.30-5.30pm

Wednesday 4

P&F Meeting, 7pm in the St John's Campus Staffroom

Friday 6

St John's Campus Sports Day on the College Oval

Monday 9

Adelaide Cup - Public Holiday

Friday 13 Twilight Tea, 5-8.30pm in the Concordia Campus Quad
Tuesday 17 Concordia Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am
Wednesday 18 Developing Perseverance parent education workshop with Mark Le Messurier, 7-9pm in the Hall

 Concordia Campus

February
 
Saturday 8

ACER Scholarship Test

Mon 10 - Thurs 13

Year 8 Camp

Thursday 13

Friends of Music Meeting, 7.30pm

Friday 14

Non-Uniform Valentine's Day

Year 8 Student Free Day

Year 7 Family Gathering, 6pm in the Quad

Wednesday 19

St John's Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am

Thursday 20

Concordia Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am

Saturday 22

Senior School serving at the Magdalene Centre

March
 
Wednesday 4 P&F Meeting, 7pm in the St John's Campus Staffroom
Friday 6 Year 12 Formal
Monday 9 Adelaide Cup - Public Holiday
Thursday 12 Concordia Campus Sports Day, SA Athletics Stadium, Mile End
Friday 13

Year 7-12 Non-Uniform Day

Twilight Tea in the Quad, 5pm - 8.30pm

Tuesday 17

Concordia Campus Principal's Tour, 9.15am

Thurs 19 - Fri 20

Year 12 Retreat

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The School Shop

Opening Hours – Term Time

  • Mondays, 8am – 4pm
  • Wednesdays, 12.30pm – 4pm
  • Thursdays, 12.30pm – 5.30pm  

The School Shop staff can be contacted on the direct telephone line during opening hours – 8291 9302.

Second Hand Clothing

If you have uniforms you no longer need, they may be donated or sold in The School Shop.

All items must be washed, ironed and in good condition. Blazers and winter skirts must be dry cleaned and summer hats cleaned. Any uniform items in need of repair e.g. broken zips, seams unstitched, missing buttons, etc., must be repaired prior to acceptance for sale. Buttons are sold in The School Shop.

Old Logo – Uniforms with the old school logo are no longer saleable in The School Shop, but can be dropped off for donation.

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Public Notices & Events
  • The ATOM Groundswell Schools Competition is open to all primary and secondary school students, providing an opportunity to highlight environmental/sustainability initiatives in their community via film, website, essay or photo essay. There are four age level categories and entries are now open and will close at 12pm AEST on Friday, 11 September 2020. Visit the ATOM Groundswell website for more information. 
  • Forestville Eagles Basketball Club are holding a Come and Try Day on Sunday, 16 February for boys and girls born between 2011 and 2014. Download a flyer for more information.
  • Glen Osmond Scout Group are holding an Open Day on Sunday, 16 February from 12 to 3pm at Ride Park. Download a flyer for more information.
  • A number of free parenting seminars by Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Parker are being held at Fullarton Park Community Centre in 2020. Download a flyer for dates and details of each seminar on offer. Bookings are essential as places are limited.
  • A research study approved by the Women's and Children's Health Network Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC/18/WCHN/168) is currently underway, looking at whether meditation improves quality of life in adolescents with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). They are currently seeking females aged 12-20 years who have been diagnosed with PCOS to be involved in the study. To find out more, click to download an advertisement for the study.
  • Tritons Water Polo and Adelaide City Council are running Come 'n' Try free water polo coaching sessions (just pay pool entry) for strong swimmers aged 8 years and older on Sunday afternoons from 15 March to 26 April. Download a flyer for more information.
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