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1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes for 3D printed objects at the Royal Adelaide Show were won by three Year 10 students from Pedare.
College Principal
 Mr Mike Millard
Welcome to Pedare
I am pleased to be able to welcome to Pedare Mrs Naomi Bruce. Naomi has been appointed to a new role in the College called Manager: People and Culture which has evolved from the role known previously as HR Manager. Naomi comes to us from the business world and brings high level skills in strategic development, recruitment, staff development/engagement and enterprise agreement negotiations. I am pleased we have Naomi’s expertise and experience in this dynamic area of the College.
Educator Impact
During this term, half of our teachers have been trialing a program called Educator Impact. It is a good title for the program as it focusses teachers on developing their classroom practice and this then leads to whole school improvement. Teachers in the trial have received valuable feedback from the students in one of their classes. This feedback has come via an on-line survey. In addition, teaching colleagues have observed a number of classes. I thank all the students who completed the survey as they have provided great feedback for their teacher. Teachers have really benefitted from a close analysis of their teaching methods and style and will now move to goal setting as part of their professional growth plans.

Student Success at Royal Show
Three Pedare Year 10 students submitted their 3D Printing Projects to The Royal Adelaide Show and achieved great success as follows:

1st  prize was awarded to Elijah Schutz
2nd prize was awarded to Isobel Cassidy
3rd prize was awarded to Thomas Montague

The students submitted their work from their Semester 1 Design Technology course, which included a 3D printed mobile phone charging study along with their design folio.
Work Experience
This week is the annual week for Year 10 Work Experience and I am very impressed with the wide range of business and service industries our students have sought out as placements. This participation in work experience is vital for our students as they learn about the world of work. The adults in the workplace who mentor our students do a wonderful job in helping them know the expectations of work and the job pathways available to students. We are very grateful to all the organisations that foster our students’ growth in this way.
Mr Randall Pearce
Head of Junior School

Junior School
Spring is finally here! We are all looking forward to some sunshine and warmer weather. Please be aware students are now required to wear hats during outside play. Also, as we transition into warmer weather and depending on the temperature, students are able to wear either winter or summer uniforms. Please note, the two uniforms can not be combined.
Learning Journeys
 On Wednesday 28 September, parents/caregivers/family members are invited to attend Learning Journey’s at Pedare. There are 3 session times to choose from: 8:00am, 3:15pm and 6:00pm.
An email has been sent home earlier this term, can you please nominate and return your preferred time to your child’s class teacher as soon as possible.
Kids Carnival
On Friday 23 September, the Junior School transforms for the day as we embark on yet another adventure - Kids Carnival. All are welcome to attend and enjoy the day with the children.
This is an exciting event on the Junior School Calendar and one that is much loved by our students. It has been a joy to see all the plans coming to life as this day draws near, I have been impressed with the team work each year level has shown in the development of their stalls. 
These days are only made possible due to the dedicated staff and parent volunteers and again many thanks to our parent body who will support the carnival with goods, their time and financially and socially during the day. 
Many thanks to the teachers and Mrs Clifton for organising and working with our wonderful administration team to make sure we have everything in place for a fantastic day.

Mr David Nolan

Head of Middle School


Middle School

Still quite topical in the news has been the use of social media platforms and the internet by students in schools. This was further highlighted this week by a cross-campus debate attended by our Year 9 students around the topic, "Is the internet good for us?"

To see Year 9s clearly articulate the positives and negatives of the internet was a reminder of the power of words and communication. Both sides of the argument had very valid points; however, the overwhelming theme that emerged was it is not the internet that is good or bad, but the decisions and choices people make in using it.

The notion of choices people make resonates strongly amongst our Middle School students as they move through the turbulent period of adolescents. We constantly talk about choices in learning and behaviour wanting each of our students to strive to be the best they can in all their interactions.

As a community, we also need to keep finding ways to help our young people be good digital citizens. Below are some ideas which are relevant to helping us all be good citizens which comes from 'Common Sense Me'.

Five Essential Facts of Digital Life

1.     Students are the creators. It is all about participating; communicating; making music, images, and videos; and posting written content. And the content that is there? Students must be able to know whether it is credible or not.

2.     Everything happens in front of a vast, invisible, and often anonymous audience.

3.     Once something is out there, it lasts for a long time. Everything leaves a digital footprint.

4.     Information cannot be controlled. Anything can be copied, changed, and shared instantly.

5.     Distance and anonymity separate actions and consequences. Students think they can get away with unethical or unacceptable behaviour because they do not see immediate consequences.

With Power Comes Responsibility

The internet, texting, social networking; these are the realities of teen life today. And while all of these things can be misused, they also have the potential for being powerful tools when used responsibly.

Digital Citizenship Tips for Teens

For teens, here are four simple rules of digital citizenship to help them create a world they can be proud of, and inspire others to do the same.

·       Think before you post or text -- a bad reputation could be just a click away. Before you press the ‘send’ button, imagine the last person in the world you would want seeing what you post.

·       What goes around comes around. If you want your privacy respected, respect others’ privacy. Posting an embarrassing photo or forwarding a friend’s private text without asking can cause unintended hurt or damage to others.

·       Spread heart, not hurt. If you would not say it in person, do not say it online. Stand up for those who are bullied or harassed, and let them know that you are there for them.

·       Make this a world you want to live in. Spread the good stuff. Create, share, tag, comment, and contribute to the online world in positive ways.

Digital Citizenship Tips for Parents

We live in a rapidly changing media and technology world in which children are far more plugged in digitally than parents and teachers are, and these technologies present huge challenges for them and how they grow up. Digital dramas can have a lasting effect on a teen’s life. But parents can make a real impact on the future of teens growing up in a digital world. Help teens help themselves.

·       The internet is not written in pencil. It is written in pen. What teens do online spreads fast and lasts long. Remind them to think before they post.

·       Nothing is as private as they think. Anything teens say or do can be copied, pasted, and sent to gazillions of people in a heartbeat. Make sure they use privacy settings and understand the best way to protect their secrets is not to post personal stuff.

·       Kindness counts. The anonymity of the digital world can lead children to say and do things online they would not in person. Encourage them to communicate kindly, stand up for others, and build positive online relationships rooted in respect.

·       Embrace their world. None of us wants technology to isolate us from our children. Do some homework, and ask them to share the sites they visit, the songs they download, the gadgets they love. It is up to us to join the fun and help them seize the potential.

* Source: Be a Good Digital Citizen: Tips for Teens and Parents, In HYPERLINK (Read More) Digital citizenship by HYPERLINK  (Read More) Common Sense Me..., on 12.09.2016


senior school
This week Senior School students embarked on some specific milestones. Our Year 12 students sat their Stage 2 Trial Exams and start their final preparations before their end of year and final exams. For Year 12 students this is an important time to analyse their ability to apply subject knowledge and how to handle the pressure of exams. With the trial exams being marked and returned to students, this is an opportunity for students to reflect on their work. Supported by the Senior School teachers, students can focus on improving for the remainder of the year or attend one of the workshops offered by teachers during the coming term break.
A significant milestone this week for our Year 10s is their work experience placement, as students develop and investigate their personal interests and potential career pathways. Many students find their placement a valuable insight into specific industries and job roles and it helps to clarify subject selections for Year 11 and 12. We look forward to the students’ personal reflections in their work experience journals.



Student News And Events
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Reception Ready Art Lessons
Recently, students in the Reception Ready class have been exploring circles and spots in art lessons with Mrs Hudson, Enrichment teacher.
Students explored animals which have circles and spots and then drew the shapes which were enlarged onto paper. Pictured is an example of this imaginative artwork, a Spotty Fish.
Tuesday 14 September

Reception Cleland Wildlife Park Excursion
On Tuesday 14 September, Reception students braved the cold and wet weather to visit Cleland Wildlife Park. As part of our inquiry unit on shelters, we were able to view and explore the different animals shelters and their environment.

During an educational session, the park rangers explored some of South Australia’s native animal and unique features. Children were excited to meet and pat a possum, koala, snake, kangaroo, lizard and a barn owl. Students also got to practice their evacuation skills when the fire alarm rang. The children were very patient while we waited for the CFS to check all the buildings. Children have now been creating their own wildlife park at school and developing their mapping skills.

Year 3 Meals on WHeels
This term, the Year 3 classes were lucky to have a guest speaker from Meals on Wheels to come and talk about the organisation, how it operates and contributes to society. The speaker was the CEO of the organisation Mrs Sharyn Broer.  She was invited to speak to the students in support of the Year 3’s current inquiry topic. The students have been learning about how people can create events for different purposes; how organised events contribute to our society; how organisations have systems in place to be successful; and how people interconnect using a variety of skills and strategies. To learn about these areas the students have explored groups they belong to, charitable events coming up and the purposes and contributions these events have on the community.
We linked this learning with the Junior School's upcoming charitable event, the Kids Carnival. Students formed groups (Business Partners) and needed to develop an idea for a stall for Kids Carnival, complete a Business Plan and present their idea to the Shark Tank Panel, like the well known television show on channel 10. Mr. Sheeky Mrs. Bennet and Mrs. Burne were the panel of investors who needed to choose the best ideas to invest in.
Sharyn Broer from Meals on Wheels brought a wealth of experience and knowledge about how to operate a business successfully and was able to share with the students in detail the mission of Meals on Wheels, the important policies and procedures that need to be followed to be successful and safe; strategies for effective teamwork and how Meals on Wheels is promoted and supports the community.
She explained to the students that Meals on Wheels is much more than just delivering a Meal to the elderly. The volunteers who work for Meals on Wheels are able to spend time with the people they deliver meals to and develop relationships with them, as well as check up on their health and welfare. 
The students were able to ask her a number of questions and could use what they learnt to inform their own business planning for Kids Carnival. The Year 3 Students and teachers really appreciated Sharyn’s visit.
Emily Griggs and Isabella Emery, 4P
Year 4 'What's the Buzz'
I think the What’s the Buzz? Day was a good experience. Year 4s learnt about popularity and how we can all better deal with our emotions.

We started off the day in our classrooms by first each having a piece of paper with either a boy or a girl silhouette and we had to write our name on the top. We then went round the classroom writing down positive things about everyone next to their silhouette. This was followed up at the end of the day by adding more. So the idea was to try and find out what other people see you as. This can also improve your self confidence.

We played a game where we all were given a card and if you got a high card like a King, Queen or Jack then you were popular and if you were a low card like an Ace, 2 or 3 then you were unpopular. Children with lower value cards found it difficult to make friends, even Mrs Clifton played and had a 2 card which she felt sad about!

With Ms Kriaris we learnt all about feelings and how to deal with problems involving confidence and resilience. We partnered up and acted out scenarios that were negative and positive. The concept here was to figure out how to deal with problems without causing any more drama.
Mr Morton’s activity was all about trust and turning a bad situation into a good one. We got into pairs and took it in turns to be blindfolded. We had to be led around the playground and touch all the big poles while being instructed by our partner. It was a bit scary because all our trust was in the hands of our partner so if they mucked up then we would hit a pole!

Mr Peartree focused on learning ways to fit in with others. We partnered up and acted out a situation where one child was bragging and the other one was getting fed up and then decided not to play. It meant that in order to get along and fit in we have to carefully read a situation then act accordingly.
Mrs Clifton's activity was all about empathy. In groups of three, we talked about what we thought empathy meant and then we shared our ideas with the rest of the group. We found out that empathy is kind of like sympathy, but you know how others are feeling and can show this by saying “oh you look sad, I know what it feels like, don't worry”.
Overall, the What’s the Buzz? Day was an awesome day with cool activities about trust, confidence and emotions. I think it was a great help to those who have low self confidence.
Mrs Karan Hudson - Enrichment
Year 2 counting in Base 2
Enrichment Extension Maths
At Pedare Junior School, students are engaged in a range of inquiry questions about how computers work. All of this is in the “unplugged” format which is dealing with the number theory underlying computer science without ever using a device.
Computational Thinking uses the Binary system, the basis of how computers think, store data and convert it to information (Binary code). This involves a mix of mathematics, creativity, mapping, sorting, patterning and problem solving, which is an Enrichment to our core curriculum.
Year 4 students have been counting in Base 2, which is counting by doubling the numbers with each iteration, eg. 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and so on. Students used their fingers and Cuisenaire rods, a mathematics learning aid that provides a hands on way to explore mathematics and learn mathematical concepts, such as the four basic arithmetical operations, to represent numbers from 1-31.
Year 6 Activities
Tinker Time
6Y combined the Robotics theme of Science Week with the Olympics to hold a Bug Olympics. Each group was given a "Jiggle Bug" - a robot in the shape of a beetle which uses a motor and an unequally distributed weight to create random movement. The class had previously explored this concept by building "Robotic Doodlers" from kits that work on the same principle, and racing them. Once they had their bug, each group was tasked with creating an Olympic-style event for all the bugs to participate in. Events were very creative and included the "Bugsleigh" and "Soxing" (Sumo wrestling meets boxing). Although the bugs were sometimes frustratingly reluctant competitors - the random nature of the motion sometimes meant bugs turned around and started heading back the other way when in sight of the finish line - and competition was fierce, the Bug Olympics were an entertaining Tinker Time activity.
The Great Classroom Convention and Federation
During Weeks 1 to 5, the Year 6s took part in a unit of learning called the Road to Federation, a simulation which aimed to illustrate some of the reasons behind and barriers to Federation. The students were divided into 6 groups representing the six original Australian colonies, and took part in events such as negotiating trade partnerships, natural disasters, a gold rush, and a foreign invasion. The unit culminated with the Great Classroom Convention, when the 'colonies' came together to argue via prepared and impromptu speeches some of the important issues such as customs tax, immigration control and women's suffrage. Then 'Federation' was celebrated with a shared BBQ lunch, reminiscent of the public celebrations of 1901.

Year 11 Geography Excursion

On our Urban Fieldtrip, Year 11 Geography students relished the opportunity to compare the liveability and sustainability of Christie's Walk Ecovillage, Davoren Park, Rosewood Estate at Elizabeth North and Mawson Lakes. The students loved the interesting forms of housing made from unique materials at Christie's Walk including Adelaide’s first ‘roof top garden’.
Whilst visiting Peachey Belt, Davoren Park, students developed a better understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of living a greater distance from Adelaide. The redevelopment of Rosewood Estate impressed on our students the importance of the streetscape of an area to improve its liveability. Students enjoyed assessing ‘The Bridges’ in Mawson Lakes and were impressed with the range of services in one suburb.
“I enjoyed my time on the field trip and all the places we went to, including Christie's Walk, Davoren Park, Rosewood Estate and Mawson Lakes. I enjoyed the atmosphere at Christie's Walk, Mawson Lakes and Rosewood Estate as it felt like a place where I could live. I enjoyed Christie's Walk and Mawson Lakes because It was my first time going.
I enjoyed Mawson Lakes, it was a nice neighborhood, very nice atmosphere and features, and I would be interested in living there.” Alfas Manyon
“I think this fieldtrip was nice because it was a well needed break from school. It was good to visit several new places. I enjoyed the visit to Sturt Street Ecovillage and the Central Markets the most because I found the Ecovillage the most unique and interesting place I have been to in Adelaide so far.” Judah Tan
“I really enjoyed the opportunity to explore the Adelaide metropolitan area with my classmates to better understand the living situations of South Australians. It was great to explore the varied lifestyles across the metro area and why some suburbs approached liability and sustainability differently.” Ethan Chambers
“I found it interesting to see how different students' opinions were on the areas we visited based on their reputation, despite whether how sustainable the area was.” Isobel Cassidy
“I enjoyed the roof garden. Before going and seeing a roof garden I didn’t really think much of them but now that I have seen one I’d love to have a house one day that has a roof garden, it was nice, warm, relaxing, and had great views.” Ethan Hirons


LEGO League
FIRST® LEGO® League is a multi-part competition judged on three important elements. The Robot, Project and Core Values. Teams design, build and program a LEGO® robot to complete a series of challenges. The robot has to operate on pre-programmed instructions, and complete as many tasks as possible in only 2 minutes and 30 seconds.
Every year, teams study the year’s theme and develop solutions to problems they have identified in society. Through the project, teams learn more about the competition theme and present their ideas to a panel of judges. Working on the project teaches students to research, think critically, work as a team and speak publicly.
Throughout the competition, teams are judged on their adherence to the FIRST® LEGO® League core values, including teamwork, Coopertition®, and Gracious Professionalism®. This aspect of FIRST®LEGO® League is designed to develop the students of today into the responsible citizens of tomorrow. 
This year, the theme is “Animals Alive” and is related to our interactions with animals and the important role that both humans and animals play in helping each other. Pedare students will build, program and prepare for 10 weeks to compete in the State competition held in November. The competition comprises of over 30 teams with approximately 8-10 students in a team.

Click here to view a PDF file for more information.
ECO Force Gardens
The Year 7, 8 and 9 Home Groups have been ‘greening up’ the Middle School with their community market gardens this winter. This year the line up includes: bok choy, radishes, spring onion, spinach, snow peas, coriander and the 'all star' of the garden – potatoes! 
The various communities are growing the veggies with a view to donate the food to a charity, create a Home Group soup or sell the produce and donate the money to a worthy cause. The Eco Force extra-curricular group has helped with the challenge by fertilising the soil, distributing seedlings and seeds, and supplying the much needed pitch forks, garden trowels and watering cans. The hard work is up to each individual Home Group to till the soil, water, weed and harvest.
Thanks go to the Science Department for their help with seedlings and the extra-curricular budget which helped us to fund the project.
Dirt TV

Liliana Carletti, Year 8, has created a video on Mining for the Dirt TV Competition. You can support Liliana and vote for her by visiting the Dirt TV website here
The video with the most votes registered by 7 October will win $1,000 which will be presented at the 2016 Dirt TV Awards Ceremony on Thursday 20 October at The Adelaide Oval.

Student Achievement
Thomas Brennan - Music

Congratulations Thomas Brennan, 5W, who was recently chosen to be a part of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's 'Big Rehearsal' program where students are mentored through a rehearsal to a performance with the Orchestra.

This was a wonderful opportunity to play with professional musicians. Thomas was placed with the lead viola and learnt many important techniques and felt honored to be a part of the program.
Ava Hughes - Music

Congratulations to Ava Hughes, 4P, who is a member of the Mighty Good Talent School and also has voice lessons with Miss Hannah Wakefield at the Junior School. Ava has just landed her first musical theatre role as 'Bet' (a singing role which Ava loves to do) in Now Productions take on 'Oliver'. Ava is very excited about this role and looking forward to getting onto the stage. She has been working very hard every weekend in rehearsals which began in August.
'Oliver' will be held at the Golden Grove Arts Centre on 1 October, first week of the school holidays, and there is a sneak peak of what the show will bring at the Village Shopping Centre on Saturday 24 October at 11:00am.

Please note the Pedare App features Middle & Senior School Fixtures for Term 3 and is updated automatically ensuring accurate schedules and maps. This will be the main form of communication and include push notification of any changes immediately to your device.

You can access both the download links or a web interface by
clicking here.
U/12 Jackals Basketball Team
U/12 Jackals Basketball team had a great season with a wide contribution and good team work. It was a great to have the opportunity to play in the Grand final and happy to win the final. The energy level of the team was always high and our effort could not be doubted. It was a fun season and we look forward to the challenge in U/14.
Term 3 Week 6 & 7 Results

Extra-Curricular Results


  • U/14 - Pedare Lions vs St David's Magic Loss 14 - 19 (MVP B Przibilla)
  • U/14 - Pedare Lions vs SFX Dunkers Loss 17 - 21 (MVP E Weber)
  • U/14 - Pedare Warriors vs St David's Lightning Draw 30 All
  • U/14 - Pedare Warriors vs SFX Bulls Win 32 - 19 (MVP L Thornton/ J Fry/ R Jackson)


  • U/13 - Pedare Ravens BYE WEEK
  • U/13 - Pedare Ravens vs Mawson Lakers Loss 6 - 27 (MVP J Gough/ M Smith) 


  • Pedare Tornadoes vs GGHS 2 Win 4 - 0 (MVP K Lloyd)
  • Pedare Tornadoes vs Pedare Predators Draw 2 All (MVP I Norrey)
  • Pedare Hurricanes vs GGHS 1 Loss 1 - 2 (MVP A Carroll)
  • Pedare Hurricanes vs The Heights 1 Won 3 - 0 (MVP C Brown)
  • Pedare Predators vs The Heights 2 - Won 3 - 0 (MVP B Palmer)
  • Pedare Predators vs Pedare Tornadoes Draw 2 All
Debating (Week 7 only)
  • Year 6/7 - NO DEBATE
  • Year 10 - Pedare vs Pembroke Blue Loss by 0.3 pt
  • Senior - Pedare vs Pultney Grammar Loss by 2 pt (MVS S Yadav)
Middle & Senior School Bands Visit to the Junior School
You are invited to come and hear the Middle and Senior Schools Concert and Stage Bands perform at the Junior School on Tuesday 20 September from 9:30 - 10:30 am. Complimentary tea and coffee will be provided. Please click here to view the flyer with more information.
Wednesday 26 October

P & F Association - Movie NIght

The Pedare Parents and Friends Association invites parents and caregivers, students, teachers, family and friends to a private screening of ‘Embrace’ at Pedare Christian College Chapel on Wednesday 26 October 7:00 pm for a 7:30 pm movie start. 
Embrace has received rave reviews for its content in promoting a positive body image for women of all ages. We are thrilled to announce we have the director and body image activist, Taryn Brumfitt, making a guest appearance following the movie and a question and answer time will prompt general discussion with advice and messages from Taryn herself. 
To view the trailer,
click here
Embrace is recommended for children aged 10 and over given its content as there is some nudity in the movie, (approximately 10 seconds hence its MA rating). We encourage Middle and Senior students to come along with their parents and friends and the more mature Junior School students would also be welcome. Please encourage family and friends outside of the College Community to join us in hearing this important message.
We anticipate lots of interest in this movie so purchase your tickets now to secure your seat. Tickets are $10 per person. Please follow the link to book your tickets

junior school KEY dates

Term 3 Week 9

21 Sep  5W - Kidz Biz Ed Session 10:00am
21 Sep  5O - Kidz Biz Ed Session 12:20am
21 Sept
P&F Committee Meeting 7:30pm
23 Sep
  Kid's Carnival

Term 3 Week 10

28 Sep  Learning Journeys 8:00am, 3:15pm, 6:00pm


middle & senior school key dates

Term 3 Week 9

19 Sep Year 10/11 PTS Interviews 4:00pm
20 Sep Middle & Senior School Tour 9:00am
21 Sep Middle & Senior School Tour 5:00pm
21 Sep Middle School Quiz Evening 3:45pm
21 Sep P&F Committee Meeting 7:30pm

21-23 Sep Stage 1 Aquatics Camp

Term 3 Week 10

26 Sep Year 12 SAPOL Presentation
26 Sep Year 9 into 10 2017 Parent Student Information Evening 7:00pm
26 & 27 Sep Stage 1 Geography Camp
28 Sep Spring Carnival
30 Sep Year 6 City Excursion

The Journey Uniting Church Youth Club is held every Friday night for Year 6-12 students from 7:00pm-9:30pm. Each week there is a fun activity to enjoy for only $4.00 per night, with the first time being free. 

Journey Kids Club is held one evening per month for students from Reception to Year 5 from 5:00pm - 6:30pm. On 23 September, there will be a special Glow Disco, where everyone must wear something white! Cost is $3.00 per night, with the first night free.

For more details contact Nicol Zechner, Associate Pastor (0-25 ministry) at Journey Church office 8251 7149.   

ELECTRONIC CRIME - Internet Safety & Identity Theft
The Tea Tree Gully Uniting Church is hosting a free Life-Directions seminar on Tuesday 18 October, 7:30pm - 9:00pm at 592-600 Milne Road, Banksia Park. Information will be presented by Holden Hill Police Crime Prevention Section. A light supper will be provided. For more details phone 8396 3252 or visit

Generators Kids Club 2016 (Years Reception-Year 6)
Come and join us. Generators kids club meets Fridays each fortnight for great games, craft and bible time. Our next kids club is on Friday 23 September from 3:30pm - 5:00pm. Crafts for that week are making a 'Buzz Wire Construction' and Recycle Creations.' More info can be downloaded from our web site. Please
click here or phone Rick on 8264 3736. Meetings held at 19 Perseverance Rd Tea Tree Gully. 

SWAT Youth (Years 7-12)
Meets Friday each week at 7.30pm. Come for great time of games, friendship and bible discussion. 
Click here for more details or phone Dave on 0403 723 953. Meeting are held at 19 Perseverance Rd Tea Tree Gully.
Weekly Services - Check out our web site for more details
Sunday@8:30: Prayer book service – weekly communion
Sunday@10: Family service and specific children’s ministries. Communion on third Sunday of every month

Sunday@6.00pm: Youth, young adult and those young at heart. Communion first Sunday of every month. There is no children’s program but drawing supplies and a withdrawal room are available for your young ones

Come to the Spring Fair at St Mark's on Saturday 8th October from 9:00am - 1:00pm. Please click here for more information.

Kids Club is a fun and engaging afternoon for primary aged children (Reception - Year 6), meeting fortnightly on Thursdays from 3.30pm-5.00pm at St Mark's Anglican Church, 160 Wynn Vale Drive, Wynn Vale. Each afternoon games are played, crafts are made and food is enjoyed, while getting to know God and each other. Cost is a $2 donation per child to cover costs of craft materials and activities.

Parents are welcome to stay during Kids Club and enjoy a coffee/tea and a chat. Kids Club at St Mark's offers a safe and friendly environment, with all leaders having undergone child protection training and police clearances. The next meeting, on Thursday 22 September, is 'Awards Ceremony' - join the celebration and come home with a trophy! Click here for more information or phone 8289 4003 or email
At the School Dental Service, dental care is FREE for all babies, children not yet at school and most children to age 17. To make an appointment at Modbury GP Plus Dental Clinic phone 7425 8700.

Junior School
150 Bicentennial Drive,
P: 08 8280 1770


Middle & Senior School
2-30 Surrey Farm Drive,
P: 08 8280 1700


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