Catholic education celebration held

Catholic education celebration held

Tenison Woods College recently celebrated Catholic Education Week across the college.

It is an annual opportunity for South Australian Catholic schools to showcase what makes their school so special, recognise the learning and excellent teaching, experiences and activities that happen every day at their school.

Tenison Woods College students in all year levels reflected on why they love their catholic school and wrote the things they love most about their school on love-heart shaped signs.

In an exciting chapter in the history of Tenison Woods College, Junior School students commenced moving in the new MacKillop Junior School last week.

This double-storey building is the new home to students in the Year 1 – Year 6 junior school community.

Designed with collaboration in mind, the building is state-of-the-art in its design and function.

Principal David Mezinec said the excitement of the move into the new MacKillop Junior School Community has been the talk of the college for quite some time.

“Students have been fortunate to watch the building be created, from the initial site works, the pouring of the concrete slab, to the finishing touches, it has been a ‘real-world’ experience for students, right before their eyes!” he said.

“I have been privileged to be a part of such an exciting time in the history of our college, but also this milestone in each child’s journey as they transition into the new building, surrounded by purpose-built spaces to inspire young minds.

“This new infrastructure is now the new heartbeat of the junior school.”

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