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Principals' Column August 17

Posted by Dr Toni E. Meath on 17 August 2018
As Principal, I am well aware that joy creates connection and it has been lovely to share so many joyful moments w...

UN Conference

Posted on 9 August 2018
On Friday, 22 of June, we attended the German Model UN Conference as delegates for Syria on the topic of Refugees ...

Winter Music Concert

Posted by Sonny Chua on 9 August 2018
  Winter Concert was a successful collaboration of current and past musicians to celebrate the music of Mac....

International Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting 2018

Posted on 9 August 2018
Throughout the end of June, stem cell researchers from all over the world came to Melbourne to attend the Internat...
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School Events

29 August
Semester 2 Parent-Student-Teacher Interviews will run on Wednesday 29th August from 12:30pm-5:00pm and 6:00pm-7:30pm. Bookings are now open on Compass and will close at midday on Tuesday 28th August.
Please note parking is limited in the area, especially during the daytime.
3 September
The Alliance is pleased to invite you and your colleagues to network with fellow educators at this exciting presentation hosted by The Mac.Robertson Girls' High School.

Guest speaker, esteemed educational futurist Prof Erica McWilliam will be presenting 'Teaching After Trump' in which she elaborates on the substantive work of building girls' capacity for ethical deliberation that is, the sort of informed curriculum and pedagogy that best responds to the unprecedented challenges faced by all women in a changing global order.

McWilliam argues that the age of Trump has brought a new urgency to opinion-forming as a moral-ethical, as well as an intellectual endeavour. It follows that ethical deliberation is now a key educational imperative, particularly in building future-capable women. While some might continue to see the classroom as a place that should, perhaps like sport, be devoid of politics, Erica insists that the effects of power differentials cannot be expunged from any domain of human interactivity. Just as the sporting arena has shown itself increasingly to be a politicised and politicising forum, so too, she argues, the idea that it is possible to teach 'objectively' in some rarefied and deodorized space is a myth. Educators inevitably make interventions in students' lives, and we do so from a place already framed by our past and our present.

Join us for light refreshments followed by this compelling presentation.


13 September
This year's combined school play (with MHS) is Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The play will be joint Directed by Ms Joan Morgan (MHS) and Mr Edgar Wegner (Mac.Rob), with the venue being the Mac.Rob school theatre. Details regarding tickets and performance times will be released early in term 3.

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