Episode 1 (with guest appearance of Miss Howden) By Harrison Meredith, Year 7
CMC Junior Culinary Challenge WHEN: Friday lunch times Year 8 – Term 2 Year 9 and 10 – Term 3 WHERE: Home Economics Building Junior Kitchen PRIZES AWARDED TO THE BEST COOKS FREE CHOICE RECIPES MYSTERY RECIPES MYSTERY JUDGES EACH WEEK For details, including application forms, list of rules, and… Read More Come and Cook Up A Storm!
by Lutrciah Sawu Year 12 There are more slaves today than any other time in history with an estimation of 35.8 million people forced into labour (including sexual exploitation). Every year an estimated 1.2 million of those are children being trafficked in Cambodia. Cambodia is a source, transit, and destination country for human trafficking, currently ranking… Read More It’s Not Ok!
by Kyle Lancelot, Surawski House Leader. Saturday, 5th of March, found an event like no other – Clean Up Australia Day! This year, CMC participated in the campaign by making the Roly Chapman Reserve Bushland, the area behind our school, a cleaner environment. While we’ve been participating in Clean Up Australia for many years, this is the… Read More Caring For Creation
We cannot all succeed if some of us are held back. We have much to celebrate about women. All over the world women contribute to social, economic, cultural, and political achievement. But there is still a long way to go. Did you know that 70% of the world’s poor are women. Especially in developing countries, women are… Read More International Women’s Day
You know when you’re starving after school and pig out on snack food but still don’t feel full? This yummy snack is low in fat, but high in energy. Fast and easy: spread Philadelphia light cream cheese on whole grain crackers and top with salsa. We promise it will keep you satisfied.
Campbell House Promotes Project Compassion “Are you serious?” was the cry of students as they entered their classroom on Monday the 15th February, when they found themselves faced with an empty room. “We are doing without furniture today,” they were told by their teacher. The reaction was one of surprise and frustration. For an… Read More Are You Serious?
MACKILLOP DOMINATES! by Kate Langely and Corey Stevens, Sport and Leisure Service Team Leaders 2016 has started with a bang, with the first major event of the sporting calendar being the swimming carnival. Fittingly, it started off with the 30m dash where the fastest swimmers in each house competed for pride and 30… Read More Swim, Swim, Swim