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Edition 16, 8 October 2014
Fr Chris Middleton SJ

In this tradition of social teaching one of the key areas of reflection centres around the morality of war. It has been interesting to see that the debate about military intervention in Iraq


Dr Chris Hayes

I trust you have had a refreshing and renewing holiday with your family over the spring break.  There is an air of anticipation that greets us all with the arrival of the final term of 2014. 

  • As we commence the final school term for 2014 I trust that the past fortnight has been an enjoyable time for you and your family

  • Over the remainder of the school year, Transdev, the public bus company servicing the schools and wider community, will be conducting a comprehensive review of all bus services 

  • I  hope that the boys had some time not only to exercise, read or play an instrument, but also time to think about their goals for the rest of the year.

  • Term 4 is an exciting and significant term for students and their families. 

  • Parents and students are reminded that during Term 4, all students are expected to wear a Xavier hat during any outdoor activity, during morning and afternoon breaks and sport time. 

  • Welcome back to our last term for 2014. I hope all our families have enjoyed a relaxing break and are ready for the many events that Term 4 brings.