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Thursday 29 June 2017

A hallmark of the Catholic faith tradition is a concern for the common good borne out in service to others.The benefit of this tradition is first to the students, but ultimately to society at large. On Thursday 29 June, Year 9 & 10 students will have the opportunity to be involved in Service Day. Students are encouraged to think of the needs of others then to select a service activity that will bring meaning not only to themselves but also to the community.

Service work can include any type of voluntary activity that benefits other people or the environment. For example, completing house work for an elderly person,  volunteering to rake leaves, cleaning windows, cleaning up a local waterway or park area, teaching  a senior friend how to use a computer or the Internet, offering  to read to residents in a retirement home, volunteering for a community organisation etc.

Students are able to complete their service either individually or within a small group. The work is voluntary and the expectation is students will spend a minimum of three hours engaged in the activity.

Students will select their service activities in consultation with their Religious Education and House Group teachers next week. By Thursday 22 June students will have selected their activity and will approach the organisation to offer their services. Your support with helping your child facilitate this contact will be appreciated. If you have any concerns or would like any further information, please contact the College Office. All students have received an individual letter detailing the specific requirements of Service Day.

Lord Jesus, teach me to be generous
To serve you as you deserve to be served
To give without counting the cost
To fight without heeding the wounds
To work without seeking rest
To spend my life without expecting any other reward than the knowledge that I am doing your holy will


St Ignatius Loyola

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