Newsletter - 8 February 2019

This week

Principal's Office

The Principal

Our Young Eddies' Men Begin the Year

Dear Families and Friends of St Edmund’s College

It is great to see our young Eddies’ Men begin the year with purpose and determination. I particularly commend our Year 12 Seniors who have embraced their leadership role enthusiastically. This has been evidenced in many instances such as helping the Year 7 students at their lockers and escorting them to their classes when they are unsure of where to go. Teachers are reporting that our Year 12 students are very focused in class and eager to learn.These first steps augur well for the year ahead. Well done Year 12.

Eddies Iggy Park Appeal

As mentioned in a letter emailed to all families earlier this week, we have set up an Eddies Iggy Park Appeal in response to the recent catastrophic weather event in North Queensland. Our appeal aims to raise funds to assist those families of Ignatius Park College, Townsville, (a fellow Edmund Rice school) who have been impacted by this event. The proceeds of this appeal will be given to the College to be used at its discretion.

Parents and Caregivers can donate to the Eddies Iggy Park Appeal in the following ways:
• We have set up an on-line donation facility using our Qkr! payment system which can be accessed through the “Payment” tab of the College App. Once in the Qkr! system the Iggy Park Appeal is included under the “Other School Events” menu.
• Tuckshop takings for the next two Fridays will be given over to the appeal.
• A collection bucket will be passed around each morning in homeroom and during assemblies and information evenings over the next two weeks.
• The St Edmund’s College Parents and Friends Association will be donating.

The response to the appeal thus far has been amazing. With another week to go, the P&F’s donation still to come and two Friday tuckshop sales to include we hope to add significantly to the tally.

Year 12 Information Night $285.85
Year 7 Information Night $559.20
Homeroom Collections Week 1 $835.60
Qkr! App account $225.00
Total so far $1905.65

Thank you for your generosity.

Courage to be Inclusive

Eddies has long been known as a school for everyone. We are a Catholic school that celebrates diversity and welcomes difference. We are blessed to have families, staff and community members from different ethnic backgrounds. Our young men bring with them a variety of gifts, talents and attributes that add vitality and richness to the fabric of our College. This year we intend to have a special focus on the Touchstone: Inclusive Community. We will examine what makes our community uniquely inclusive and explore new opportunities to express this in a changing world. Blessed Edmund Rice showed us the way, when he had the courage to be inclusive, at a time in Ireland when sectarianism and penal laws divided and subjugated people. He was able to break through the prejudices of the time and bring people together in the interest of educating the young. What an inspiration!

St Edmund’s College Launches AIC 2019

Yesterday we were honoured to host representatives from all Associated Independent Colleges member schools for an ecumenical service to launch the new sporting season. Fr Stephen delivered a powerful homily calling on all of us to draw our strength from Jesus. During the service we were given a blessing with scented oil on the palms of our hands and each school was presented with a vial of scented oil to take back to their school community. Leaders from each of the eight AIC member schools stood before the assembly in front of the altar of St Mary’s Church with the pledge:

‘We, the representatives of our AIC schools are committed to participating in the AIC competition with integrity, respect and honour in the spirit of good sportsmanship. We strive to always uphold the traditions and values of our Christian communities and to respect our schools with humility and dignity. We are committed to being inclusive, building strong united teams and always maintaining mutual respect.’

After the service the student representatives were treated to a keynote address and Q & A session from former Australian Hockey Captain and Olympic flag bearer, Mark Knowles. His talk focused on how being a good person is the first step towards being a good sportsman.

Photo of the Week
Foundation Dinner 2 March 2019

Please join the St Edmund’s College community for our annual Foundation Dinner to be held on Saturday 2 March. Among our guest presenters is the star attraction of the evening, the Edmund Rice Building, which will be opened for guided tours. More information about the night is detailed in the attached flyer. The St Edmund’s College Foundation Dinner is more than a fund-raising event, with entertaining guest speakers, performances, a sumptuous dinner, presentation of the St Edmund’s College Old Boys’ Medal and great company. I look forward to seeing you there.

Live Jesus in our hearts, forever.

Diarmuid O’Riordan, Principal

The Deputy

Identity

Identity News

"I can do anything through Christ who gives me strength."

AIC Ecumenical Service

This was the message of the Ecumenical Service celebrated on Thursday at St Mary’s Church. With representatives from each of the AIC schools, the gathering was a joy-filled experience built on a strong united community. Through the liturgy, those gathered were reminded that we need to give our best in all that we do. There are many blessings that we have been given and gifts we have to share. We should hold true to the words from Philippians 4:13: “I can do anything through Christ who gives me strength”.

As published by the Vatican in June 2018 in a document titled “Giving the best of yourself”, giving one’s best is a fundamental theme in Sport and in Faith. As athletes both individually and collectively strive to achieve their goals in the game, when a person gives their best, they experience satisfaction and the joy of accomplishment. The same is true in human life in general and in living the Christian faith. We want to be able to say one day, with St Paul, “I have fought to the end the good fight, finished my course, I have kept the faith”. (2 Timothy 4:7).

There is a lovely connection between Sport and Faith, and the annual AIC Ecumenical Service stands as a reminder of what is at the heart of the AIC season. On behalf of the staff and students of St Edmund’s College, I would like to wish the very best to every participant, coach, manager and parent involved in AIC Sport. May this year be a successful season in many ways.

2019 AIC Student Pledge

We, the representatives of our AIC Schools are committed to participating in the AIC Competition with integrity, respect and honour in the spirit of good sportsmanship. We strive to always uphold the traditions and values of our Christian communities and to represent our schools with humility and dignity. We are committed to being inclusive, building strong united teams and always maintaining mutual respect.

Prayer for the 2019 AIC Season

Bless us, O Lord, with the spirit of your love, and in your kindness, bless the communities we represent and those who support us. May we enter into this AIC season, strong in the knowledge of the blessings you have given us and united in the spirit of community. Help us to remember that “We can do anything through Christ, who gives us strength”. We ask this through Christ our Lord.

Term One Highlights: Mark your diaries!

Year 12 Induction Liturgy - Monday 11 February
Parents/Caregivers of Year 12 students, College Captains and Senior and Junior House Leaders are invited to attend this Liturgy in the College Hall, followed by morning tea adjacent to Pender House. The Liturgy will run for one hour, fifteen minutes. Guests are asked to be seated by 8.45am.

Combined Colleges’ Parish Mass - Sunday 17 February 6.00pm
All are invited and welcome to join us at Mass at St Mary’s Church. A pizza supper will follow.

Year 12 Retreat - 25 to 27 February, James Byrne Centre Toowoomba
This year our Year 12 students will be spilt into two groups for their Retreat as follows:
The first group (Ambrose, Finn, Ignatius, Treacy) will depart the College at 2.00pm on Monday 25 February and will return on Tuesday 26 February by 2.45pm.
The second group (Callan, Elliott, Morgan, Rice) will depart from the College at 2.00pm on Tuesday 26 February and return on Wednesday 27 February by 2.45pm.

Combined Colleges’ Social Justice Afternoon - Friday 22 February, after school
Social afternoon tea with St Mary’s College students. A chance to engage and discuss social justice issues.

College Foundation Dinner - Saturday 2 March - Save the date. See full details with this newsletter

Little King’s Foundation Collection - Sunday 3 March - Information forthcoming to students

Wednesday 6 March - Marks the start of Lent. This is a season of prayer, charity and fasting that may lead to transformation in preparation for Easter.
During the season of Lent at St Edmunds’s we will have actions to raise funds for the Caritas Lenten Appeal: Project Compassion. This includes the Combined Schools’ Walk for Justice on Friday 8 March.

Edmund Rice Head to Heart Camp - Year 11 Students. 15 to 16 February
Twenty Year 11 Students from St Mary’s and St Edmund’s Colleges are invited to volunteer for this 24-Hour immersive experience. It is a camp to support children who might be at risk or disadvantaged. It promises to be a lot of fun! Look out for more information.

Live Jesus in our hearts… forever!

Marysia Rice, Assistant Principal Identity

Defence School Mentor NEWS

Welcome to St Edmund's Year 7 Defence Students

A Workshop was held this week for our new Year 7 students from Australian Defence Force families.

Welcome to Joshua Esposito, Jaiden Gossow, Cooper Haddock,Cooper Handy, Jack Hannan, Will Harle-Crandell, Brayden Lewis, Benjamin Matthews, Austin Smith, Seth Taylor and Lachlan Wendt.

Ms Kylie Biddle, SEC Defence School Mentor

Email: kbiddle@sec.qld.edu.au

Learning & Teaching

Director of Middle School

Middle School News - Years 7 to 10

The beginning of a new school year is a great opportunity for our boys to set themselves high schooling expectations and follow these through for 2019. As a community we have welcomed our new students, and it was wonderful to see so many excited faces amongst them. Our Year 7 boys are currently completing an orientation program within their core classes, which includes an IT readiness program, goal-setting, organisational skills and College rules and expectations. This program has been designed to ease new students into College life and make the transition into high school a seamless one.

Year 7 boys are also in the process of completing a homework routine plan, goals for the term and a term planner. These organisational tools are designed to help your sons be aware of their time and school commitments and develop a suitable routine. Students will write their academic goals for the term, plan their weekly homework and study timetable and as the term progresses complete their term planner with assessment dates and other important co-curricular commitments. These planners should be placed up on their wall or somewhere visible.

I am very excited for the year ahead and I look forward to working closely with your sons. St Edmund's College is a wonderful and welcoming community and I am thrilled to be a part of it.

Mr Luis Marin, Director of Middle School

Maths Tutorials

Term 1

These tutorials are also published on EDE and the College App

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

After School

Ms Grieve

Senior Maths

C304

Mr Dadds

Years 7 to 10 Maths

12 Maths A

C304

Ms Tsang

Years 7 to 10 Maths

C306

3.00 to 4.00pm

Mr Yates

Years 7 to 10 Maths,

11 Essential and General Maths

C306

Ms Henness

All levels

C304

Senior School

Middle School

Assistant Principal Students

Rice House - Week 1

Brothers to Another

2019 School Safe Program

Cameras monitoring parking in Mary and Arthur Streets

2019 School Safe Program

Dear Parents and Caregivers of St Edmund’s College,

The Ipswich City Council School Safe Program promotes safe road travel and parking, creating a safer environment for school children.

Starting in 2019, the School Safe Program has included the installation of cameras to reduce illegal parking behaviour around the school. This is an important part of the program as illegal parking puts the safety of school children and other people at risk.

The loading zone in Mary Street is being monitored, as parking is only permitted for 2 minutes when picking up or dropping off passengers. If your passenger is not ready for collection, you will need to move to a car parking area or leave the area and return to the back of the queue. Please do not overstay the 2 minute time limit when dropping off or picking up passengers in the loading zone. Overstaying creates traffic congestion and can frustrate other motorists which can create a dangerous environment for our school children.

The other location being monitored is the bus zone in Arthur Street where only buses are permitted to park during the specified times.

Council acknowledges that parking spaces are limited in these locations and encourage the use of public transport, buses, and other active travel options such as walking.

The following link will provide more information about the Ipswich City Council School Safe Program:

https://www.ipswich.qld.gov.au...

Career News

Career News - Week 2

Defence News - Skill Shortages - Tertiary Information - Study Skills

Defence News

Australian Defence Force (ADF) GAP Year

Want a gap year with a difference? Consider joining the Australian Defence Force (Army, Navy or Air Force) for a year. This is an excellent way of trying out a Defence job and to gain a real insight into a career in the services. The ADF Gap Year program applications for 2020 will open in March 2019. You can register your interest in the program on the ADF Gap Year website to receive updates.

Upcoming Events:

01/03/2019

ADF Gap Year Applications open

Defence Jobs website

The Defence Jobs website is your first port of call for information about jobs with the Australian Army, Navy and Air Force. You can use the site to answer the following questions:

Can I join the ADF? You can check out specific information regarding eligibility requirements including:

  • Quick Eligibility Check
  • Your Commitment
  • Citizenship
  • Age and Gender
  • Health and Fitness
  • Behaviour and Appearance

What Defence jobs would suit me? Explore the Jobs section of the ADF website to find an ADF job that you would enjoy. You can search by category or by job.

How can I experience what it’s like before I join? There are several resources on the website that can increase your understanding of life in the Defence Forces. For example:

Employment Prospects

Skill Shortages in Queensland

Something to consider when exploring future jobs, is employment prospects (i.e. what are your chances of getting a job when you finish your education or training program). One step in this process is to explore the current skill shortage areas in Queensland.

Skill shortages occur when employers can’t fill, or have difficulty filling, vacancies. The latest Queensland skill shortage information (for 2018) from the Australian Government Department of Jobs and Small Business includes the following jobs:

  • Automotive Electrician
  • Motor Mechanic (General)
  • Diesel Motor Mechanic
  • Motorcycle Mechanic
  • Panel beater
  • Vehicle Painter
  • Bricklayer
  • Cabinet Maker
  • Painting Trades Worker
  • Stonemason
  • Glazier
  • Roof Tiler
  • Wall and Floor Tiler
  • Civil Engineering Professionals
  • Sheetmetal Trades Worker
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics/Mechanical)
  • Metal Fitters and Machinists
  • Locksmith
  • Sonographer
  • Optometrist
  • Physiotherapist

Tertiary Information

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

Thousands of scholarships on offer each year in Queensland?

Universities, TAFE Queensland, private education providers, the Commonwealth and Queensland governments, some professional associations and industry groups offer scholarships. Common categories include:

  • Sporting scholarships
  • Equity scholarships for low income students, students with disability, women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • Scholarships for specific fields of study
  • Financial hardship scholarships
  • Campus scholarships
  • International student scholarships
  • Academic scholarships.

A scholarship can help with course fees, textbooks, accommodation costs, transport and living expenses. No matter what your further education and training goals, it’s worth finding out what’s available. You can get scholarship information from:

Career Exploration

Looking for a place to start investigating your career options?

Before you start, know that:

  • Career exploration can give you a sense of control about your future! When you first get started, remember that you are only exploring jobs for your first step in life, not necessarily for your whole life. The future world of work will continue to present exciting opportunities over time, which will lead to future jobs and careers, possibly ones that haven’t been invented yet.
  • Remember, there is not one ‘ideal’ job for you. There may be several jobs that will build on your skills, knowledge and experience and will give you the things you want from a job (e.g. enjoyment, challenge, good income, working in a team, prestige, management opportunities, work/life balance, variety, skill development, self-employment, respect, travel or a combination of all of these).

Where to start:

  • Make a list of the jobs you have already considered. The list can include your dream job (i.e. a job you would love to have but are unsure what you need to do to get it)
  • Talk with five people who know you well (include a parent/guardian and a teacher). Ask them what jobs they think you would like and why. Some of their suggestions will be worth investigating further, so add them to your job list.
  • Think about your favourite subjects at school. Use the Career Bullseyes to find jobs related to these subjects. Select the jobs you find interesting and add them to your job list.
  • Do a careers questionnaire. There are many career questionnaires that can help you learn more about yourself and the jobs you might like. Choose one of the following:

For future reference:

Add to your job list, any jobs you found interesting based on the questionnaire you did. You probably have 10 or more jobs on your list by now. The next step is to research these jobs and end up with three or four you like the most. The following websites will help you. Delete any jobs from your list that don’t meet your interests or expectations.

You now have a list of jobs, aligned to your interests and expectations worth exploring further. What things can you do next?

  • consider speaking with people already in the jobs;
  • doing a work observation (i.e. following a person in the job for a couple of days)
  • seeking work experience in the jobs you’ve identified
  • speak to your school Guidance Counsellor/Officer who can help you organise these activities and opportunities

Career Spotlight

Interested in security or policing as a career?

There are several employing organisations you can investigate. These include:

When you are exploring these websites, you can investigate:

  • What are the jobs (and job titles) used by the organisation?
  • What are the duties undertaken in these jobs?
  • Entry requirements – age, education level, tests required, physical/medical requirements, criminal checks, drivers licence, etc.
  • If you get the job, do you have to live away from home?
  • Do they recommend you do specific university or TAFE courses?
  • Would having a second language be an advantage?
  • What is the recruitment process?
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Can you contact the organisation by email from the website for other questions you might have?

It’s important for you to speak with your School Guidance Officer/Counsellor if you find the information difficult to find or understand. They will be your first step to gaining more information or suggestions about a career within the services.

Study Skills

A checklist for study in 2019

It is the start of a new school year. This is the perfect time to polish your study skills. The following checklist will help get you started:

  • Learning environment: find a place to study without distractions. It should be somewhere quiet, without a TV, music, computer or mobile
  • Focus and structure: consider studying the hard subjects first, when you’re most alert and focused
  • Time management: have a specific time of the day for studying and make it the same time every day if possible. Let friends and family know your allocated daily study time, and ask them not to disturb you. Put your study schedule on the fridge
  • Concentration and breaks: work out how long you can concentrate before you lose focus. It’s going to be different for everyone, so keep track of your ideal concentration time. Then take breaks when you’re approaching your limit. Limit breaks to five minutes
  • Preparation: ensure you have everything you need close by (e.g. books, notes, pens, pads, etc.)
  • Healthy Eating: avoid eating a large meal before studying, as it can make you drowsy
  • Get started: start studying when you say you will. Delaying the start will only make the task harder
  • One thing at a time: multitasking may sound smart, but it means you’re not giving each task your full attention
  • Get in early: never study too close to going to sleep. Give yourself at least half an hour of relaxation before turning in. Sleep is essential to achieving your best

Mr Mark Currie, Careers Guidance Counsellor/Adviser

General

Music and Cultural

Music News

Welcome from the Performing Arts Department

Welcome back to what will be a big year for St Edmund’s Performing Arts Department. There are sure to be many highlights throughout this year including the Performing Arts Nights, MADD Week, Schools’ Tour and the Cultural Showcase. There are a large number of ensembles for students to enjoy, so be sure to get involved and join in the fun of making music!

Talent Identification Day

All Year 7 students participated in the Talent Identification Day process last week. This was a chance for them to hear information about the Instrumental Music and Co-Curricular (Music) programs at the College. They were also given a short musical aptitude test as part of this process. From this process I selected the students who are suitable for the instrumental program. These students were given an information note earlier this week for parents to complete and return. These notes must be returned to either myself in Room K205 or the Student Office by Monday morning (11/2) at the very latest so that lesson timetables can be completed and the lessons can commence. Any Year 7 students who would really like to learn and instrument and did not receive a note are welcome to see me in my office at Room K205.

College Jazz Band Event

Our first musical event will take place on Sunday 17 February. This will be a band rehearsal for the College Jazz Band (10:30am to 12:30pm) and the Senior Contemporary Ensemble (1:30pm to 3:30pm). It is very important that all students attend these rehearsals as we will be working on repertoire which will be performed at various events throughout this year. All students involved in either of these ensembles have received a note with more information.

Here’s to a wonderful year ahead!

Mr Tim Kirkwood, Director of Music

INTRODUCING - CINE CLUB 2019

Do you have an interest in film-making?

CINE CLUB 2019

CINE CLUB offers students, with an interest in filmmaking, the opportunity to revisit iconic films, or perhaps view them for the first time. CINE CLUB also provides a meeting place to discuss films with like-minded people and to find connections between their academic studies and cinematic creations derived from Science, History, Maths and the Social Sciences.

First screening in Week 3 – AVATAR

- Registration opens Monday 11 February
- Sign up outside Room H301
- Screened during second break each day
- Venue to be announced based on numbers
- No eating or drinking in the venue and no attendance without prior registration
- $2 donation at the door

Ms Nicola Scarrott, Teacher

Sport

AIC AFL Fixtures - 8 / 9 February 2019

Round 1 Vs Villanova College. Years 8 to 12 - Friday. Year 7 - Saturday

FRIDAY 8 FEBRUARY 2019

TEAM

TIME

H/A

VENUE

OPEN

5.45pm

Away

Yeronga FC, Field 1 Cansdale Street, Yeronga

Years 8/9

4.30pm

Away

Yeronga FC, Field 1 Cansdale Street, Yeronga

Bus for Years 8-12 Australian Rules players leaves the College at 2:30pm and returns at approximately 7:30pm


SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY

TEAM

TIME

H/A

VENUE

Year 7

10.00am

Away

SLC Fields, Field 4 Nathan Road, Runcorn

Bus for Year 7 Australian Rules players leaves the College at 8:30am and returns at 11:15am

AIC Volleyball Fixtures - 9 February 2019

Round 1 Vs Villanova College

FIRSTS

12:15pm

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 1, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

SECONDS

11:15am

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 1, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

THIRDS

9:15am

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 1, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

11A

10:15am

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 1, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

10A

11:15am

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 2, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

10B

10:15am

Away

Villanova College, Goold Hall 2, Eighth Ave, Coorparoo

9A

12:15pm

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 1, Woodend

9B

11:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 1, Woodend

9C

11:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 2, Woodend

8A

10:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 1, Woodend

8B

9:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 1, Woodend

8C

8:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 1, Woodend

7A

10:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 2, Woodend

7B

9:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 2, Woodend

7C

8:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall,

Court 2, Woodend

Bus for 10B, 10A, 11A, 3rds, 2nds and 1sts departs SEC at 7:00am and returns at 3:00pm approximately.

AIC Cricket Fixtures - 9 February 2019

Round 1 Vs Villanova College

FIRSTS

9:30am

Away

Villanova Park, Andrew Slack Oval, Manly Road, Tingalpa

Turf

10B

8:15am

Away

Villanova Park, No.3, Manly Road, Tingalpa

Turf

9A

8:15am

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 1, Church Street, Tivoli

Turf

8A

1:00pm

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 1, Church Street, Tivoli

Turf

8B

1:00pm

Home

St Edmund’s College, Mulkerin Oval, Woodend

Turf

7A

1:00pm

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 2, Church Street, Tivoli

Turf

7B

8:15am

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 2, Church Street, Tivoli

Turf

Tuckshop

Tuckshop Roster - Week 3

From 11 February 2019

Mon 11 Feb: P Smith, L McPherson, M Rose.
Tue 12 Feb: G Weier, L McLean, M Towne.
Wed 13 Feb: S Walker, K Jackson, L Bennett, P Haddock
Thu 14 Feb: D Morris, K Elliott.
Fri 15 Feb: J Lacey, J Powell, T Williams

School News

Term 1 School Fees

Emailed by Friday 15 February 2019

Term 1 School Fees will be emailed to all families by Friday 15 February.

Please direct all fee inquiries to finance@sec.qld.edu.au

Foundation Dinner - Saturday 2 March 2019

Three Guest Speakers - Tours of newly refurbished Edmund Rice Building from 5.30pm

SEC Employment Opportunity

School Officer - Relief Administration

Applications are invited for the following School Officer position as St Edmund's College.

RELIEF ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Remuneration: School Officer 3.1 ($27.6526 per hour)

Characteristics of the successful applicant: Understanding of the needs of students; self-motivated and directed; good technological and communication skills.

A current Positive Notice Blue Card is essential for this position.

A role description, Application for Employment form and full application requirements are available on the College website: www.sec.qld.edu.au

Applications should be addressed to The Principal, St Edmund’s College, PO Box 2343, North Ipswich Qld 4305 and forwarded electronically to: secmail@sec.qld.edu.au by 3.00pm, Friday 15 February 2019.

Uniform Shop

Uniform Shop News

Winter Wear - House Shirts and Caps - Rainy Day Essentials

MONDAY – 8:00 am to 12:30pm
TUESDAY – 8:00am to 3:30pm (CLOSED 12:30pm to 1:30pm)
WEDNESDAY – 8:00am to 3:30pm (CLOSED 12:30pm to 1:30pm)
THURSDAY – 8:00 am to 12:30pm
Phone: 3810 4489 Email: uniformshop@sec.qld.edu.au

SUPPORT YOUR HOUSE

House Shirts $5 or House Caps $5 - Limited Sizes Available - Great to wear to Camp and Sporting Events

St Edmund’s College WINTER WEAR

SEC Navy Scarves - $28
St Edmund’s Formal Navy Jacket - $59
Royal Blue KNotted Pullovers – $65 now $50 - Limited sizes available
Royal Blue Knitted Vests - $50 now $40 - Limited sizes available

RAINY DAY ESSENTIALS

SEC Navy Rain Jacket - $30
Umbrellas - $35

Visit the SEC Website for all Uniform Shop information including an updated Price List -
www.sec.qld.edu.au

Notices

Sponsors

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