Excitement is building as our College prepares to bring ‘Annie JR.’ to the stage this month. Tickets are now available for this enchanting production!
Our talented young actors and dedicated crew members are hard at work perfecting their roles and bringing the magic of ‘Annie JR.’ to life. The dedication and passion of these young artists is truly inspiring as they fine-tune their characters and prepare to transport the audience to the 1930s setting of the show.
Don’t miss out on this heartwarming story of hope, family, and redemption. Here’s the ticket information you need:
WHEN: Wednesday 29 November 11.00am, Thursday 30 November 11.00am and 7.00pm
WHERE: The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
BOOK TICKETS HERE
Join us in celebrating our College Musical and enjoy an unforgettable evening of live theatre. Get your tickets today and be part of the magic of ‘Annie JR.’!
For Year 9 students at Kildare College, a recent excursion to Nido Early Learning Centre (Golden Grove North) offered a unique opportunity to learn, connect, and grow. As part of their Helping Hands project for RISE, students were tasked with devising creative educational activities targeted at 4 year old children. Not only did this excursion foster a sense of empathy and understanding, but it also showcased the power of young minds to inspire and educate. This truly was a heartwarming experience and students will carry the memories and lessons learned from this excursion with them throughout their lives, knowing that they made a difference in the lives of these young children, and in their own.
For more on this exciting adventure, please visit our website here
October was Mental Health Month. The theme for this year was, ‘Have the conversation’ to encourage all South Australians to talk about their own mental health and that of their community.
Mental Health Awareness Month is an opportunity to encourage everyone in our community to talk about their mental health, check in on those we care for and help people find the resources they need.
At Kildare College there were various awareness raising activities organised, which provided the opportunity for students to connect through active and reflective participation during morning PC and lunch time.
Everyone’s mental health and wellbeing is important and we can look after ourselves by
- getting enough sleep
- eating regularly and healthily
- spending quality time with loved ones or people whose company you enjoy
- actively managing your use of electronic devices and consumption of social media
- finding time for things you enjoy, such as outdoor and creative activities or learning a new skill
There are many support services available on our website.