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Friday 17 August 2018 | Dr Paul Hine
Kinaesthetic Learning
Throughout the course of Science Week, I was fortunate to witness some of the very best in kinaesthetic learning: that which encourages cognition and understanding through tactile learning experiences. There is an old Chinese proverb which purports – I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand. It is this mantra which resonates so strongly with the learning styles of boys and it was that which came to the fore across the school during the week.
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Friday 27 October 2017 | Fr Ross Jones, SJ
Remembering Fr A T Thomas
Our Australian Jesuit Province almost has its own ‘martyr of charity’. Twenty-years ago this week, Fr A T Thomas, a Jesuit of the Hazaribag mission of the Australian Province, had his life savagely taken from him in the service of the poor. This memorial day happened to coincide with one of our regular voluntary student Masses
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