For the privilege of dressing in Halloween costumes, students and teachers gave a gold coin donation to raise funds for the school’s sponsor child, Mohammed. Over $80 was raised.
Space Invaders! Kindy has transformed into the Guiana Space Centre as part of the French-Caribbean Carnivale Open Day being held at MRIS this Saturday from 10am. Each classroom has been allocated a French-Caribbean island so the kindergarten students were thrilled to take on French-Guiana when they found out that this little island houses a major […]
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 […]
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 , […]
The Witching Hour got underway at MRIS on Wednesday during the 2018 Scholastic Book Fair. A Witches and Warlocks theme ensured a cackle of witches turned up on campus as well as the odd zombie and Harry Potter look-alikes. In excess of $1500 worth of books was sold during the fair which translates into over […]