MRIS student, Tahlia Serra’s lovely auburn locks will be made into a wig for people ...
A free parent Q & A session with MRIS Chaplain, Mike Bezant and AISWA School ...
Over the last few months there has been quite some progress (although not quite as ...
ENGAGING students with nature through “wild side” experiences is an important part of MRIS’s Nature ...
MRIS was the only South-west school to receive a visit from Martin Luther King 111 last week. The global human rights activist inspired the enthusiastic crowd with a speech about non-violence and equity before taking a walk on the Nyindamurra Nature Trail. Students handed out peace cranes and exchanged pen-pal details with Mr King’s 9 […]
MRIS student, Tahlia Serra’s lovely auburn locks will be made into a wig for people going through chemo or with Alopecia. She donated her hair last week after losing her Nan to cancer last year. “After watching Nan go through chemo I made a decision to have my hair cut off and donate it to […]
Thank you to all who helped out on Bush school day: the amazing John, Deidre, Janine, Chloe and Angie for running our activities. The beautiful Christine for our bird spotting tour and all the other parents for baking and preparing goodies for our morning tea. The rain and mud did not spoil our fun in […]
A free parent Q & A session with MRIS Chaplain, Mike Bezant and AISWA School Psychologists, Jane Kirkham. Afternoon provided. Open to the community
A beautiful pair of Mountain Ducks have made the Nyindamurra Nature Trail their home. Mountain ducks, also known to the Noongar, as “guraga” pair for life – even before they are mature enough to reproduce – and return to the same nesting site year after year. The ducks were identified by MRIS Wardandi Mentor , […]
Over the last few months there has been quite some progress (although not quite as much as we originally planned) towards installing the two new pre-fabricated classrooms. As it has been a while since the last update here is a quick overview of progress over the last two years! Installation of two new classrooms is […]
ENGAGING students with nature through “wild side” experiences is an important part of MRIS’s Nature Pedagogy program. As part of the program, Pre-Primary is participating in guided investigations on MRIS’s purpose-built Nyindamurra Nature Trail where they observe natural environment changes, engage their senses and increase their environmental awareness ultimately guiding them to become future nature […]