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UN Conference

Posted on 9 August 2018
UN Conference
On Friday, 22 of June, we attended the German Model UN Conference as delegates for Syria on the topic of Refugees and Asylum Seekers: A global Humanitarian Crisis. It was a great day with insightful discussions on human rights and global partnership. Syria emphasises that refugees should be treated with respect and compassion until their ...
 

Winter Music Concert

Posted by Sonny Chua on 9 August 2018
Winter Music Concert
  Winter Concert was a successful collaboration of current and past musicians to celebrate the music of Mac.Rob. Works from past Winter Concerts were symbolically performed and past students who are currently on top of 'their game' graciously came back to share their passion. Which in turn, gave our students a glimpse of possibi...
Posted in: Music  

International Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting 2018

Posted on 9 August 2018
International Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting 2018
Throughout the end of June, stem cell researchers from all over the world came to Melbourne to attend the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Annual Meeting 2018, in which we were very fortunate to have the opportunity  to attend as well. The conference was a phenomenal experience, and we were in awe of the cu...
 

Career News 9th August

Posted by Irene Serpless/Susy Puszka on 9 August 2018
Career News 9th August
CAREERS Parents of Year 12s -  VTAC Tertiary Applications On Wednesday August 2 all Year 12 students attended an information session on VTAC applications. Interested parents can access the PowerPoint on applications, special entry and scholarships at http://www.vtac.edu.au/careers/demos.html.
In addition, at 7 pm on Wednesday 15 Au...
Posted in: Careers  

International World Brain Bee Championships

Posted on 2 August 2018
International World Brain Bee Championships
On July 5-9, I competed as the Australian representative in the 2018 International World Brain Bee Championships. Day one: neurohistology and anatomy exams at the Charité University Hospital. Neurohistology had 10 stations - each where you adjust the microscope yourself, hope to discern the image, and scribble answers as you rush on -...
 

Principals' Column June 28

Posted by Mr Luke A Francis on 28 June 2018
Principals' Column June 28
The end of Term 2 is nearly upon us; in true Mac.Rob style, it is a sprint to the finish line rather than a crawl.
Since our last blog entry, we have had a busy time with NAPLAN, the Year 12 Formal, the Combined Theatre Studies play with MHS: Medea, VCE Information Evening, Autumn Concert, 2019 Edutest Entrance Examinations, the Winter...
Posted in: Principal  

Career News

Posted by Irene Serpless/Susy Puszka on 21 June 2018
Career News
Year 10 Careers Days. June 12 -13 All Year 10 students participated in two days of careers related activities in preparation to choosing VCE subjects next term.
On Tuesday they completed their Morrisby Profile. Morrrisby is used by over 1000 school throughout the world and is an easy to use and powerful careers guidance platform. E...
Posted in: Careers  

Stella Schools Intensive writer in Residence program

Posted by Nuccio Gurciullo on 14 June 2018
Stella Schools Intensive writer in Residence program
Stella Schools Intensive writer in Residence program Term 2 has seen the inaugural Stella Schools Writer in residence program at the Mac.Rob. This an LRC lead collaboration with the English faculty where we offered a scholarly approach to students interested in the craft of writing. The process began late last year where various options were...
Posted in: LRC  

Author Visit: Skye Melki-Wegner

Posted by Oliver Jach on 8 June 2018
Author Visit: Skye Melki-Wegner


On the last day of autumn, the LRC was joined by a very special guest: young adult author Skye Melki-Wegner. Skye has six books out, including the steampunk-fantasy-adventure series 'Chasing the Valley' and the spy-adventure series 'Agent Nomad'.          Skye delivered a lunch...
 

Year 9 and 11 Indonesian Consulate & Restaurant Excursions

Posted by Emma Davies and Emily Nguyen, 9I on 8 June 2018
Year 9 and 11 Indonesian Consulate & Restaurant Excursions
An important aspect of learning a language is to immerse yourself in the culture of the language. It has been nearly a semester since 9I has commenced our venture in trying to grasp onto the Indonesian language, but we'd had yet to encounter anything similar to an authentic experience. Luckily, it wasn't so long until we were presente...
Posted in: Languages  
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