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A Complete Education

Marymede Catholic College is a Prep - Year 12 Catholic Co-educational College located in South Morang

Guild Athletics Carnival 2014

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In this edition of 'Meet the Teacher' we speak with Ms. Sharon Nicol from the College Administration Team.

Name: Sharon Nicol - Receptionist - reception@marymede.vic.edu.au

What is your role at the College?

I am the Receptionist in the Main Office at Marymede Catholic College which can often be a very busy place! My role includes answering all incoming phone calls, liaising with parents, staff, students, visitors and couriers. Additionally I also collate the College Newsletter every fortnight. My role is both diverse and challenging on a daily basis.

Provide us with a 'snapshot' into your daily routine at the College.

My daily routine includes answering all incoming phone calls and directing them to the relevant area, assisting staff, students, parents and visitors with their queries, providing administrative support where required and collating the College Newsletter every fortnight.

What do you love most about working at Marymede Catholic College?

I love the daily interactions with Staff, Parents and Students. It adds diversity to my role allows me to enjoy coming to work every morning. I love being able to make all guests feel welcome as they enter our College.

Fast Five:

Favourite Food: Lobster, pasta and anything sweet!

Favourite Movie/TV Show: Love Child & Twilight.

Hidden Talent or Something We May Not Know About You: I learnt to ride horses from a real life Cowboy!

Favourite Sporting Team/Athlete: Richmond FC - Go Tigers!

If You Could Pick Any 3 People as Dinner Guests, Who Would They Be and Why?:
My 3 best friends. It would be a fun and relaxing evening with amazing company.


Photo by Liam McCormack

On the 22nd and 23rd of August 2015, Marymede Catholic College participated in the Tournament of Minds 2016 – Metro Northern Regional Finals held at La Trobe University, Bundoora.

The College had a total of two Primary teams participate in the Language Literature challenge facilitated by Ms. Beth Cilia, in addition to three Secondary teams participating in the Maths & Engineering, Social Sciences and Applied Technology challenges facilitated by Mr.Vinodh Narasimhan, Ms. Angie Bedford & Ms.Emma Kiely and Mr. Jeremy Guzman respectively.

The Tournament of Minds competition involves a six week long-term challenge and a spontaneous challenge provided to teams on the day. All challenges were released by the organisers on the 13th of July, 2015. Our students commenced their work on the challenge during this time. Teams had to find a solution for the long-term challenge and present it in a drama-style presentation. In addition, the students had to create props made of recycled materials as part of the challenge brief. The Maths and Engineering challenge this year required the students to make an invisible cargo vehicle, the Social Sciences challenge was about erasing important people from history, the Applied Technology challenge was to make a robot to clean the classroom out of mechano and the Language Literature challenge was about exploring the work of Australian author Aaron Blabey.

After countless lunch times and after-school sessions, all teams were ready to present their work at the Regional Finals. Our students presented their long-term challenge as a ten minute presentation. In addition, the students had to complete a secret spontaneous challenge which tested their creativity and team work. All teams did a fantastic job at the tournament and the feedback from the judges was very positive.

The Applied Technology team was declared winners of the Metro Northern Regional Finals and have been invited to participate at the State Finals to be held on the 13th of September, 2015 at LaTrobe University, Bundoora. This is a first in the history of Marymede Catholic College and we would like to wish the Applied Technology Team all the success at the State Finals.

Teams 1 – Maths and Engineering (Secondary) – Facilitator – Mr.Vinodh Narasimhan
- James Manoussakis (Year 9)
- Daniel Preziuso (8)
- Reece Parkin (9)
- Peter Tsotra (10)
- Nishka Jayatilleke (8)
- Olivia Roberts (7)
- Ashwin Pratheesh (7)

Team 2 – Language and Literature (Primary) – Facilitator – Ms. Beth Cilia
- Tania Santhosh (4)
- Alan Abraham (3)
- Nandana Nair (6)
- Sienna Van Krieken (4)
- Hazel D’Souza (5)
- Ann Joseph (4)
- Jamai Brancaleone (6)

Team 3 – Language and Literature (Primary) – Facilitator – Ms. Beth Cilia
- Laurence Portella (6)
- Jiya Shahi (4)
- Caitlyn Mitkovski (5)
- Ashna Sanjeev (3)
- Suchiti Sangwan (4)
- Shantal Razal (4)
- Darryl Shanty (4)

Team 4 – Social Science (Secondary) – Facilitators – Ms. Angie Bedford & Ms. Emma Kiely
- Benjamin Cole (9)
- Caitlyn Daly (9)
- Chloe Edwards-Lunn (9)
- Natalie De Bono (7)
- Dimitri Bachos (7)
- Aydan Fasciani (7)
- Indiana Bodley (7)

Team 5 – Applied Technology (Secondary) – Facilitator – Mr. Jeremy Guzman
- Ajay Jay (9)
- Noel Augustine (8)
- Hannah Falzon (8)
- Daniel Nicolo (9)
- Daniel Sabatino (7)
- Massimo Sartor (9)
- Timothy Triantafillakos (7)

Our victorious Applied Technology Team with Mr. Guzman

Correspondence regarding the upcoming Prep to Year 10 Progress Interviews which will take place next Thursday, September 3, 2015 can be found below.

Please note: Thursday September 3 will be a P-12 STUDENT FREE DAY.

Bookings for the upcoming Progress Interviews can be made via our Parent Access Module – and are now open.

For more information and details on how to book your interviews please read the attached document.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Marymede Catholic College on 9407-9000.

Primary Progress Interview Letter

Years 7-10 Progress Interview Letter


In this edition of 'Meet the Teacher' we speak with Mr. Jeremy Guzman from the Secondary School.

Name: Jeremy Guzman - Secondary School Teacher - jeremy.guzman@marymede.vic.edu.au

What is your role at the College?

I currently teach Media from Years 9-12 and VET Media. I also coordinate the College Yearbook and run the Marymede Film School Co-Curricular Program with Ms Hopkins.

Tell us about an interesting project or topic that you are currently running with one of your classes?

The Year 11 Media students are creating a television news program called ‘Marymede Now’. As part of their assessment, each student is required to fulfil the responsibilities of a specialist role, such as a reporter or camera operator, and collaborate with their peers in small teams to produce a news story.

For this project, I also staged a breaking news event, which the class knew nothing about. When an anti-litter protest involving Ms Wake, Ms Bedford and the 7.1 Drama class broke out in Wurrun Common, ‘Marymede Now’ were first to arrive at the scene with exclusive coverage as the news unfolded!

What is the most rewarding aspect of being a Teacher?

The most rewarding aspect of being a Teacher is seeing students overcome a challenge and achieve their goals, be it academic or personal. Even the smallest achievement, like putting your hand up and having a go at answering a question, can take a lot of courage for some people and can cultivate the biggest feeling of success.

Fast Five:

Favourite Food: I have recently enjoyed trying Spanish and Mexican cuisine.

Favourite Movie/TV Show: This is very difficult for a Media teacher to answer! At the moment, my favourite film is Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), which won Best Picture at this year’s Oscars, and my favourite TV show is Glitch – a gripping new Australian drama on the ABC.

Hidden Talent or Something We May Not Know About You: I play the drums, piano and know a few chords on the guitar.

Favourite Sporting Team/Athlete: The Australian Cricket Team.

If You Could Pick Any 3 People as Dinner Guests, Who Would They Be and Why?:
Tina Fey - To make me laugh;

Dave Grohl - To provide me with creative inspiration;

Quentin Tarantino - To teach me how to be a better filmmaker.


Photo By: Liam McCormack

Mr Guzman with the inaugural Maryemde VET Media Class in 2012. Courtesy of: Jeremy Guzman


  • Yr 7 PIT Gymnastics Excursion
    Friday 04/09/2015
  • Prep Fathers' Day Assembly, 9.00am
    Friday 04/09/2015
  • Yr 8 Reflection Day, on campus
    Friday 04/09/2015
  • PS Snr Hooptime
    Friday 04/09/2015
  • Yr 9 Dance Incursion (during P.E lessons)
    Friday 04/09/2015