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MRIS Camp Capers

Year 4/5 Perth Camp is well underway with students enjoying a range of activities including visits to the zoo, The Maritime Museum, Fremantle Jail, Lance Holt School, as well as flying fox and archery activities, and dinner at Cicerellos

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Year 2 and 3 combine for camp fun!

Forging friendships was an important part of the Year 2-3 combined overnight camp held last week in Busselton. Kate (Yr 2), and Ashley (Yr 3)took the 36 students on camp  with assistance from MRIS Chaplain, Mike and a group of enthusiastic parents. The group enjoyed  spy training, fox holes, Olympics, and a session with Josh […]

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Lasting Bonds formed at Year 4 Camp!

Ghosts, flying fox escapades and being behind bars in Fremantle were among the tales regaled by Yr 4 on their return from Woodman Point camp last Friday. Students enjoyed four days of activities including Search & Rescue exercises, archery, Flying Fox fun, visits to Perth Zoo, Sci-tech, Fremantle Jail and dinner at Cicerellos. Teacher Lindsay […]

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Culture Camp at MRIS!

Immersing in indigenous culture was just one of the many activities MRIS students from Year 2 and 3 enjoyed while on an overnight camp at Wharncliffe Mill last week. Teachers Ashley Burke and Kate Appleton said the children also participated in outdoor learning, bush crafts, scavenger hunting and nature play. “We can’t express how grateful […]

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High Adventure: Yr 4/5 students Susha McRostie and Mia Coleman packed up and ready to go on  the Woodman Point Camp on Tuesday.

Yr 4/5 Camp Bound!!

A bus full of eager Yr 4/5 students from MRIS headed off for their annual school camp on Tuesday. Accompanied by their teacher Lindsay Burke and a group of excited parents, the students will stay at Woodman Point in Perth until Friday. Activities planned include a trip to Perth Zoo,  a Flying Fox exercise, Scitech, […]

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Up close to parliament

Courtesy of the Augusta Margaret River Times November 14, 2011. A year 6 and 7 cohort from Margaret River Independent School has returned from a field trip to Canberra, investigating the Federal political system. Led by senior teacher Gus Barker and parent volunteers, the students visited Parliament and scored a wave from Opposition leader Tony […]

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