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KBC Year 12 students enjoy their last night together before the big day of their first exam
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KBC Year 12 students enjoy their last night together before the big day of their first exam

😭😭 gonna miss everyone ❤️

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Congratulations to our 2011 graduate Masad Naba Alfayadh for winning the Young Leader Award in The Australian Financial Review's 100 Women of Influence Awards.

Her work continues to benefit and inspire our students. We're proud to see her and other Sirius graduates fundraising for the Innovation Labs in Refugee Camps: chuffed.org/project/innovationlabs
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Congratulations to our 2011 graduate Masad Naba Alfayadh for winning the Young Leader Award in The Australian Financial Reviews 100 Women of Influence Awards.

Her work continues to benefit and inspire our students. Were proud to see her and other Sirius graduates fundraising for the Innovation Labs in Refugee Camps: https://chuffed.org/project/innovationlabs

Congratulations Masad Well done

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MFC's year 10 table Tennis team finishes 'Runners up'

Meadow Fair campuses year 10 Table Tennis team have finished 2nd in the Northern Metropolitan Regional finals today. The Interschool sports competition took place at the Coburg Table Tennis centre. The team beat three schools in the group stages to make the finals. Unfortunately, losing out to University HS in a tight contest.

We congratulate the boys on their fantastic achievements and wish them better luck next year.
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MFCs year 10 table Tennis team finishes Runners up

Meadow Fair campuses year 10 Table Tennis team have finished 2nd in the Northern Metropolitan Regional finals today. The Interschool sports competition took place at the Coburg Table Tennis centre. The team beat three schools in the group stages to make the finals. Unfortunately, losing out to University HS in a tight contest.  

We congratulate the boys on their fantastic achievements and wish them better luck next year.

Zaki Zulkarnaen 2nd?!? tsk tsk

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Year 3 students of EMP had a very enjoyable and productive day at Scienceworks today. They were involved in various interactive activities as well as a Earth, Sun and Moon education session. Well done students for being on your best behaviour throughout the day.
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Year 3 students of EMP had a very enjoyable and productive day at Scienceworks today. They were involved in various interactive activities as well as a Earth, Sun and Moon education session. Well done students for being on your best behaviour throughout the day.

Masha ALLAH 😘

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EMP Foundation students are leaning about Living and Non-Living things this term. To start their unit study they went on an exciting excursion to the Bundoora farm on Friday last week. Students explored the farm throughout the day with a farmer to guide them. They saw lots of animals around the farm and were able to pat and feed some of them. The students also made scones on the day, using a 5 cups of ingredients recipe and later ate them before heading on the bus to get back to school. What an educational, meaningful and fun learning experience we had!!
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EMP Foundation students are leaning about Living and Non-Living things this term. To start their unit study they went on an exciting excursion to the Bundoora farm on Friday last week. Students explored the farm throughout the day with a farmer to guide them. They saw lots of animals around the farm and were able to pat and feed some of them. The students also made scones on the day, using a 5 cups of ingredients recipe and later ate them before heading on the bus to get back to school. What an educational, meaningful  and fun  learning experience we had!!

How amazing 🙏🏻

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EMP end of year performances are coming up, have you bought your tickets yet? EMP is hosting two amazing showcases this year:

Years F-2 'A blast from the past' which will showcase 60s 70s 80s 90s song and dance!
Years 3-5 'A night at the museum' get ready for a night of adventure and history!

Purchase your ticket as soon as possible to secure yourself a seat!
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EMP end of year performances are coming up, have you bought your tickets yet? EMP is hosting two amazing showcases this year: 

Years F-2 A blast from the past which will showcase 60s 70s 80s 90s song and dance!
Years 3-5 A night at the museum get ready for a night of adventure and history!

Purchase your ticket as soon as possible to secure yourself a seat!

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Year 2A from EMP started off Monday morning with reading followed with activities related to the text.
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Year 2A from EMP started off Monday morning with reading followed with activities related to the text.

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EMS - As exam trial week commences, the Class of 2018 took some time out to make sure they commemorate their last week of high school.

Masha ALLAH good luck to you all 😘

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EMS - The final few days at camp saw gorgeous weather, fun activities and productive study sessions. Next week will see the students complete trial exams in the lead up to the real thing. Good luck Class of 2018!
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EMS - The final few days at camp saw gorgeous weather, fun activities and productive study sessions. Next week will see the students complete trial exams in the lead up to the real thing. Good luck Class of 2018!

Many thanks to all the teachers that helped in the study camp,all the girls enjoyed their time + lots of study healthy food lots of care thank u and I appreciate all the hard work and the effort that the teachers did for the year 12.

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MFC year 9 students had an entertaining incursion on theatrical poetry, expanding their knowledge on the different types of poetry and changes in poetry across Australian history.
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MFC year 9 students had an entertaining incursion on theatrical poetry, expanding their knowledge on the different types of poetry and changes in poetry across Australian history.

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EMS - The students were working hard this morning. It helps being surrounded by the sunshine and beautiful greenery!
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EMS - The students were working hard this morning. It helps being surrounded by the sunshine and beautiful greenery!

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SPC Year 3&4 joined the Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark woods in this magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler,"The Gruffalo" on Tuesday, 9th Oct 2018.
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SPC Year 3&4 joined the Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark woods in this magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler,The Gruffalo on Tuesday, 9th Oct 2018.

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Foundation students at IDC enjoyed a day out at Bundoora Farm in relation to their Integrated Studies topic for this term of Living Things. Students were engaged in extra curricular activities such as a Farm Tour, Wildlife Ride, Garden Activities and Educational Sessions.
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Foundation students at IDC enjoyed a day out at Bundoora Farm in relation to their Integrated Studies topic for this term of Living Things. Students were engaged in extra curricular activities such as a Farm Tour, Wildlife Ride, Garden Activities and Educational Sessions.

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EMS - Day four of camp included lots of study sessions and a couple of guest speakers. We were lucky to have author Demet Divaroren speak to us about her struggles in becoming a published author. Mr. Scott Westray also spoke to the students about life after Year 12.
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EMS - Day four of camp included lots of study sessions and a couple of guest speakers. We were lucky to have author Demet Divaroren speak to us about her struggles in becoming a published author. Mr. Scott Westray also spoke to the students about life after Year 12.

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KBC secondary girls enjoy breakfast with Carolyn Creswell (founder of Carman’s Fine Foods) and Sarah Ireland (CEO of One Girl) to celebrate International Day of the Girl #carmensfinefoods #onegirl #internationaldayofthegirl
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KBC secondary girls enjoy breakfast with Carolyn Creswell (founder of Carman’s Fine Foods) and Sarah Ireland (CEO of One Girl) to celebrate International Day of the Girl #carmensfinefoods #onegirl #internationaldayofthegirl

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IDC Year 7 outdoor education walk to You Yangs National Park
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IDC Year 7 outdoor education walk to You Yangs National Park

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MFC Chemistry Unit 2 students had a great time and learning experience on an excursion to Ecolinc at Baccush Marsh.
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MFC Chemistry Unit 2 students had a great time and learning experience on an excursion to Ecolinc at Baccush Marsh.

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EMS - Day Three of camp saw lots of rain. Perfect for some meditation, revision and some indoor camp activities
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EMS - Day Three of camp saw lots of rain. Perfect for some meditation, revision and some indoor camp activities

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First day back after a restful break and our lovely teacher Ms Kader has taken her Year 2A students outside to enjoy the beautiful weather while working on a whole class activity.
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First day back after a restful break and our lovely teacher Ms Kader has taken her Year 2A students outside to enjoy the beautiful weather while working on a whole class activity.

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The EMS Year 12 VCE Study camp is in full swing. Students arrived late Sunday afternoon and have already participated in a few study sessions, a fun trivia session and have started their morning of with some mindfulness. We wish all our students the greatest success in the lead up to their final exams.
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The EMS Year 12 VCE Study camp is in full swing. Students arrived late Sunday afternoon and have already participated in a few study sessions, a fun trivia session and have started their morning of with some mindfulness. We wish all our students the greatest success in the lead up to their final exams.

How are they already in year 12 🤭🤭 time flies!

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MFC Robotics, Team Phoenix advanced to the tournament knockout stages of the RoboCup Juniors Australian National Competition, finishing just shy of the quarterfinals, placing among the top 16 teams in Australia. Well done to all the boys who entered the competition, hope to see you all there next year.
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MFC Robotics, Team Phoenix advanced to the tournament knockout stages of the RoboCup Juniors Australian National Competition, finishing just shy of the quarterfinals, placing among the top 16 teams in Australia. Well done to all the boys who entered the competition, hope to see you all there next year.

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RCJA National Finals - Melbourne 2018
MFC Robotics Students are attending National Finals at the Melbourne Park Function Centre, wish them luck.
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MFC Robotics Students are attending National Finals at the Melbourne Park Function Centre, wish them luck.

The smart guys are going fine.

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EMS - Eastmeadows Girls recorded a short sitcom on the last day of Term 3. They were inspired by a famous scene from “The Big Bang Theory.” In this version, you will watch the game between English students and Physics students. Enjoy the video! ... See MoreSee Less

Hilarious. Nice acting Aida 😉

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Best of Sheldon

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Very hilarious

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KBC Year 12 girls have fun at their last PC camp before exams @ Phillip Island 🐧🐧🐧
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KBC Year 12 girls have fun at their last PC camp before exams @ Phillip Island 🐧🐧🐧

Hope u 2 enjoy

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😘😘😘

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