End of Term 2 - Semester 1 Recap

As the College commences a well deserved term break, let us reflect back on the Term that was. Whilst Term 2 unfortunately got interrupted by a lockdown, as a College community we can truly appreciate the wonderful memories we have created this Term, together and onsite. 

The Term started off with an abundance of sporting activity, the College held it’s whole school Athletics Carnival and Cross Country carnival in the first initial weeks of Term 2. 

The College hosted a variety of events and information nights for our families including the inaugural Time & Space for Year 7 Mothers and Children event. This special event allowed families and students to reflect on the joys and challenges of transition. 

The College also celebrated female figures and mentors in our community by hosting a Mother’s Day Breakfast event. The Class of 2020 were able to reconnect with the College at their Valedictory event, hosted by Mornington Racecourse. A wonderful evening which JPC is very thankful to be able to provide to this group of Alumni students. 

Our Year 12 students took part in their final Retreat at JPC. Students set off to Grantville, Dromana and Yellingbo for their overnight stays where they participated in a range of reflective activities.

SIS Cross Country saw JPC students represent the College at Baxter Park, taking out various wins. JPC students smashed it at the SIS Swimming Division B competition at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, finishing the day as the overall champions.

The College Production held it’s first weekend of shows towards the end of May, the cast amazed audiences with their musical talent, hilarious one liners and catchy musical numbers. 

Although some events, camps and activities were cancelled this Term let us rejoice in the fact that we completed the Term united as a community. 

Bring on Semester Two! #proudtobejpc

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