Bush Buddies: Year 1 students, Raine Orkin and Sol Evans enjoyed the Sensory Workshop at Bush School.

Bush School: A path to discovery!

Being sensory aware and inspired by nature was a focus of Year 1 Bush School on Wednesday. After a morning yoga session, students rotated through four workshops which included snake knowledge and snake bite first aid; sensory awareness and a meditation session which resulted in students identifying their own animal totem which they then modelled […]

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Salli gets a closer look at nature

MRIS Senior Students on Bio Blitz!

A expedition into Margaret River’s fascinating Mammoth Cave inspired the scientific side of MRIS’s Year 5/6 class on Wednesday. The students joined with other local schools to take part in a ‘fun interactive discovery’ of the flora and fauna of the Mammoth Cave and the karri forest. A free event, Bio Blitz is presented by […]

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Little Indies

Little Indies get ready for Kindy! Exploration and Discovery

Little Indies  are getting acquainted with the Margaret River Independent School kindergarten as they prepare to attend school in 2017. Teacher, Charlie Gould said the children were familiarising themselves  with the kindy facilities and getting comfortable with their new surrounds for a smooth transition into the 2017 school year. MRIS principal, Wendy Roediger said  Little […]

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Kai came back to school!

Former Margaret River Independent School student, Kai Hoft Withers returned to school last week to complete a Study Prac as part of his Year 12 ATAR course. Kai started in Kindergarten and graduated in Year 7 in 2011 making him a ‘true-blue’ Alumni . For all the latest on our Alumni… check out our Quarterly Alumni […]

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Year 6 students Billy Freeman, Sholto Armstrong and Nava Wilson-Mirzaei construct a robot.

Rolling out the Robots at MRIS!

  Further construction of Margaret River Independent School’s EV3 robots (Lego 45544) got underway recently inspiring student curiosity through robotic fun. The robots have been purchased thanks to a $2000 STEM grant (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) from AISWA and a generous parent donation.The use of the robots will inspire the application of Science, Technology, […]

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