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Principal's Welcome

Welcome to St Brigid’s College, where approximately 1300 students aged 3 to 17 Years, from across Western Australia learn to become principled, inquiring, knowledgeable, thinking, communicators, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective lifelong learners confident in their place as contributing citizens and leaders in the world. Boarding, for girls only in Years 7-12, is a unique opportunity to learn about caring for one another.

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Europe Tour - Rome, Venice, Florence, Paris, Stratford and London

In December a Tour party of 24 stayed in each of the famous cities above for either 2 or 3 nights on the Altiora Europe Tour.  Some of the remarkable highlights in a tour with key themes religion and life and Shakespeare included  the Vatican, St Peter’s, The Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum, The Palazzo Vecchio  and  Pontevecchio in Florence, The Rialto Bridge and St Mark’s in Venice, the  Louvre Museum, Champs Elysees and Sacre Couer Cathedral in Paris, Shakespeare’s Birthplace and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford, and Buckingham Palace, the Tower of  London, and West End Theatre in London.

WACE 2014 Results

Two special highlights for St Brigid’s from the 2014 WACE results were the 2014 cohort’s 100% graduation rate  and the important statistic that 100% - all 40 WACE students -  received an offer from one of the Universities.  

Congratulations  to 2014 College Dux Sean Fitzpatrick who  received no fewer than five scholarships: The  $1000 CWA Scholarship,  the UWA Alumni and Equity Scholarship worth $20,000, The UWA Excellence Award, St George’s Argyle Award ($750) and the St George’s WT Harrison Bursary for one quarter of the College fees.

Sophie Hellemans from the Class of 2013  won  the Principal’s Recommendation Award Scholarship from Curtin University.

Short Film Festival Success for Ayla

Year 12 Media Studies student, Ayla Irvine Thom recently won the Jam Packed Short Film Festival under 18s section with her short film - a music video to the song "In my veins" by Andrew Bell. The showing and awards ceremony was held last on Friday night. Congratulations Ayla from the College community.

The Vietnamese Exodus: 1975 - 1996 by Carina Hoang

Aspiring author and human rights advocate Carina Hoang visited St Brigid's recently to share her experiences and a life-changing journey as a teenager.

Carina Hoang was only sixteen and along with her two siblings she escaped Vietnam on a wooden boat with 370 other people. Her mother put her in charge of her two young siblings as she headed to Australia, a country she knew nothing about. It took her a number of years to set foot on our land, finding herself initially dumped on an uninhabited deserted Indonesian island The trip on the boat was a nightmare, no room to move, cramped with her legs tucked under her chin, she endured this trip for a week.

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Life as a Refugee and Beyond - celebrating International Refugee Day at St Brigid's College

The Learning Plaza was fortunate to host two highly entertaining young ladies, Giselle Ishimwe and Suzan Chout, who came to school on International Refugee Day to talk to the students about their experiences as asylum seekers who had fled war torn Rwanda and Sudan respectively.

International Refugee Day is an important day on our school calendar as it acknowledges those people who have fled their war-torn homes to escape to countries like Australia for a better life. More often refugees leave their country with the clothes on their back and little else, much like Giselle and Suzan who came to Australia with their families and little else.

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Year 11 Students Canberra Bound

At St Brigid's, the achievements of our students stretch beyond the classroom and highlight the diversity of the co-curricular involvement the students are able to participate in. Recently, we were delighted that Year 11 student Emma Wignell was awarded the 2014 Hasluck Leadership Award. Emma is an outstanding young leader and she will join Ken Wyatt and other politicians in Canberra later this year to spend a week touring Parliament House and the nation's capital. Along with another Year 11 student, Blayze Carter, Emma has also been selected to attend the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra in January. Blayze and Emma are 2 of only 15 students from Western Australia to be selected for this very prestigious programme for Australia's top Science students and we are delighted with the performance of both girls.

New Look College Canteen - Tours Available

The new look St Brigid's Cafe is now in its second week and our girls and boys are certainly enjoying the range of items available. Some of our mums and dads too, are taking advantage of the newly installed coffee machine after drop off! Ash, our new Cafe Manager and the lovely staff, welcome parents in for short tours of the Cafe.

Bookings are essential and can be made by contacting Community Relations on 9290 4205 or


SmartSchoolTechGrant At the Junior School Assembly last Friday we were visited by the Director of Bendigo Bank, Mrs Maureen Robinson, who presented the College with a $20,000 cheque from Bendigo Bank - Smart School Tech Initiative Grant. Earlier this year, we applied for the grant after overwhelming participation and interest from students wanting to be a part of the Robotics Club, which began late last year. In order to extend this programme and eventually compete in the very prestigious Robo Cup, among other things, we knew that we needed to build up our resources in IT in a variety of ways. The Forrestfield and High Wycombe Community Banks have been putting large sums of money back into the community and we were very fortunate to receive one of the grants. We sincerely thank the Bendigo Bank and Forrestfield, High Wycombe Community Banks for their generosity and interest in the activities of our young people. We look forward to sharing our progress with you all.

Year 5 students develop new understandings of Colonial times

The Year 5 classes took part in an enactment of colonial life recently. The purpose of the day was to recreate a colonial settlement to provide an "authentic" experience for their current Unit of Inquiry: Exploration leads to discoveries and develops new understandings.   

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Dockers Visit to SBC

Fremantle Dockers, Clancee Pearce and Matt Tabener visited St Brigid's College recently to run a training session with the girls football team.

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World's Greatest Shave fever hits St Brigid's College

Over $7500 has been raised at St Brigid's College to support the Leukaemia Foundation's Greatest Shave to aid research into this widespread disease. Two students and a staff member last week courageously shaved their heads for this very worthy cause in front of the college community as well as family and friends.

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Mercy Education requires privacy principles in order to respect the rights of all those with whom it interacts and promote justice in its dealings with them. Mercy Education is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Legislation) Act 2012. In relation to health records Mercy Education is also bound by legislation under the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic) relevant only to those schools operating in the State of Victoria.

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International Women's Day 2014 - Ms Cynthia Griffin, U.S. Consul General in Perth Visits the College

With International Women's Day this week, it was timely that St Brigid's College hosted a luncheon with Ms Cynthia Griffin, U.S. Consul General in Perth. Ms Griffin, who has been in the role since July 2013, entertained  an audience of 200 students, staff and parents  with anecdotes about her professional journey since beginning her diplomatic career as a Commercial Attache in Taiwan in 1995 and since then with postings in Bankgok, Kenya and Senegal.

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Year 12 Perspectives Exhibition

The College is delighted that two of our Year 12s students artworks have been selected for the Year 12 Perspectives Exhibition to be held at the Art Gallery of WA.

Year 12 Perspectives is a diverse and exciting art exhibition highlighting original works created by the state’s metropolitan and regional Year 12 Visual Art students. This annual exhibition organised by the Art Gallery of Western Australia showcases the highest standard of art making amongst Year 12 students, and confirms the importance of art and education.

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Mercy In Action Making a Difference - Northwest Immersion 2013

Late last term, seven students and four members of staff returned from an extremely successful cultural immersion trip to the Dampier Peninsular in the Northwest of WA.

During the course of the six day immersion trip, the group had opportunities to learn about the local culture of the aboriginal people in this part of WA as well as being fully involved with some of the local schools and their activities.

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Senate Candidate in Forthcoming Federal Election Visits Her Old School

We were very privileged recently to welcome back to SBC, past student Linda Reynolds.

Linda is a Senate candidate for the forthcoming federal election and what better place to make her maiden speech as a Senate Candidate, than at her old school. Addressing an Assembly of over 800 students and staff as well as THE Hon Ken Wyatt, Member for Hasluck, Linda fondly recalled her school days and admitting to often being in a “spot of trouble”.

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St Brigid's College Mobile App

Welcome to the St Brigid's College Mobile App. This app has been designed to provide information to parents, students, staff and the community.

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Click the Read More button below to see more about this App including what you can do with the app, what information you can access and a video on what the app looks like.

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Swimming Glory - Three Years in a Row

There is something special in the water at St. Brigid's College, not only does it seem to produce fantastic swimmers, but brilliant leaders from the Junior School right through to the Year 12 athletes.

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A first for St Brigid's Junior School

St Brigid's is the first Catholic primary school in WA authorised to teach the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) from Pre-kindergarten to Year 5.

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Uniform Shop Opening Hours

School Term Opening Hours
The Uniform Shop is open Mondays from 3pm to 4pm and Wednesdays from 8:30am to 4pm.

School Holidays Opening Hours
Monday 20 April - 12pm to 4pm

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Swimming Pool Opening Hours

Mon-Fri - 5:30am til 10am
Sat - 6am til 12pm
Sun - 6am til 10am

Mon, Tues, Thurs - 3pm til 6:45pm
Wed - 3pm til 6pm

Call 9290 4220 for more information.

Tours of our College

Come and see why the St Brigid’s Experience is one worth having. We are delighted to show prospective parents and students around our beautiful campus. Tours take place on the last Friday of each month and are about an hour in duration. Parents are encouraged to bring their children on the tours.

Tour Dates for 2015:
Friday 1 May - 9am
Friday 27 June - 9am

To register on any of these tour dates please call Annamaria on 9290 4205 or email

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