During its vibrant Learning Festival, Roseville College students from Kindergarten to Year 12 showcased the theme ‘Learning for Purpose’.
Held on 26 May 2018, as part of the School’s 110th anniversary celebrations, staff and students hosted the festival, welcoming students’ families and other visitors.
Students showcased the College’s breadth of learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM), the Humanities and Social Sciences, Music and The Performing Arts, Sports and Wellbeing, and the Junior School.
“It was a wonderful event in the life of Roseville College, with students participating in a wide range of exhibitions, showcases, recitals, performances, demonstrations, and so much more,” said Principal, Ms Deb Magill, who praised students and their teachers for the planning and effort that went into each of the activities at the festival.
“This year, Roseville College celebrates 110 years of realising purpose in the lives of young Australian women. By evincing learning with purpose, and sharing it with family and visitors in a practical, demonstrable way – like through our Learning Festival, girls have an opportunity to review what they are doing at school each day, and to give reason and purpose to it.”