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Activities Week

A reminder that Years 7 to 12 Activities Week will run in the final week of Term 1. This program is well planned and supports the learning and wellbeing of our students.  We ask for your support in student attendance. Parents will receive individual year level notices next week. 

Please note, the Year 9 Siena in the City program is a four day program, commencing on Tuesday, 2 April and concluding on Friday, 5 April.

Parent Teacher Interviews

The Parent Teacher Interviews are now open for bookings. There are two sessions available, on Thursday, 21 March and Thursday, 28 March from 4.00pm to 7.30pm in the gymnasium. We encourage you to review your daughter’s interim report beforehand, in order to address any questions you may have. 

We look forward to meeting with you at these sessions.

Welcome to New Staff

Belinda Duncan, Head of Religious Education

Belinda commenced her role at Siena College towards the end of 2018 and we are thrilled to have her as part of the Siena family. Belinda teaches Years 7 and 11 English, Year 9 Religious Education and Year 12 Religion and Society. She graduated from Monash and ACU and is highly experienced, having taught for 18 years whilst having some breaks to travel and work in the agricultural sector.

One of her great loves is being in the outdoors; gardening, camping, or hiking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalie Kinsella, Head of Student Wellbeing Dianella

Natalie comes to us from Presentation College Windsor where she fulfilled varied roles over an eight year period: Sport Coordinator, Health and PE Faculty Leader, Year 7 coordinator, Year 8 Coordinator and Head of House (Years 10-12 and Years 7-12). Natalie began her teaching career at St Aloysius College where she taught for three years. 

In addition to her role of Head of Student Wellbeing Dianella, Natalie teaches Year 9 Physical Education, Year 11 Physical Education and Year 12 Health and Human Development.

She is a passionate Tigers supporter and netballer.

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Activities Week

A reminder that Years 7 to 12 Activities Week will run in the final week of Term 1. This program is well planned and supports the learning and wellbeing of our students.  We ask for your support in student attendance. Parents will receive individual year level notices next week. 

Please note, the Year 9 Siena in the City program is a four day program, commencing on Tuesday, 2 April and concluding on Friday, 5 April.

Parent Teacher Interviews

The Parent Teacher Interviews are now open for bookings. There are two sessions available, on Thursday, 21 March and Thursday, 28 March from 4.00pm to 7.30pm in the gymnasium. We encourage you to review your daughter’s interim report beforehand, in order to address any questions you may have. 

We look forward to meeting with you at these sessions.

Welcome to New Staff

Belinda Duncan, Head of Religious Education

Belinda commenced her role at Siena College towards the end of 2018 and we are thrilled to have her as part of the Siena family. Belinda teaches Years 7 and 11 English, Year 9 Religious Education and Year 12 Religion and Society. She graduated from Monash and ACU and is highly experienced, having taught for 18 years whilst having some breaks to travel and work in the agricultural sector.

One of her great loves is being in the outdoors; gardening, camping, or hiking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalie Kinsella, Head of Student Wellbeing Dianella

Natalie comes to us from Presentation College Windsor where she fulfilled varied roles over an eight year period: Sport Coordinator, Health and PE Faculty Leader, Year 7 coordinator, Year 8 Coordinator and Head of House (Years 10-12 and Years 7-12). Natalie began her teaching career at St Aloysius College where she taught for three years. 

In addition to her role of Head of Student Wellbeing Dianella, Natalie teaches Year 9 Physical Education, Year 11 Physical Education and Year 12 Health and Human Development.

She is a passionate Tigers supporter and netballer.