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Junior School

In the 1940s, Henri Matisse created a completely new art form by creating cut paper collages, often on a large scale, called gouaches découpés or ‘cut outs’. He often...

Our very excited Yr 1 and 2 students and their families were able to enjoy a viewing of the night sky recently. The event was held to complement their...

Year 2 students became history detectives recently as they embarked on their first excursion for the year to Wallsend, looking for clues about the past. Simply by using their...

Our Kindy friends had such a wonderful first day of school! We had our resident photographer on site to capture all of the smiling (and slightly nervous!) faces on...

Our Year 3 students have been learning about the history of Lego. One of their tasks was to create an advertisement for the early toys using Canva. They also...

By David Chapman, Assistant Principal, Teaching and Learning / Global Partnerships When asked what do parents and carers want for their children at Macquarie College – a common response...

On Monday 1 June, two teams from our Junior School competed against 15 other teams from the region in the Newcastle Heat of Kids’ Lit Quiz. Congratulations to Abigail,...

On Thursday 6th February, the Senior Primary Choir had their annual Choir Retreat in the Campus Church complex. We started the day in worship with Pastor Brad and then...

Dr Brooke Collins-Gearing

On Friday 9th August, Dr Brooke Collins-Gearing, Senior Lecturer University of Newcastle, visited students in Years 4 and 6 for some special presentations about Aboriginal culture and history.  Year...

Year 2 have been participating in ‘Flora and Fauna Fridays” each week during Term 4. This is a time where students work on their communication and collaboration skills. Year...