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From the Director of Mission & Identity, Ms Sue Walsh

Ms Suzanne Walsh, Director of Mission and Identity

Ms Suzanne Walsh, Director of Mission and Identity

We Need Your Second Hand Laptops!

Do you have a working laptop and charger that you no longer need?

Our friends in schools and communities in Fiji and Timor-Leste desperately need working laptops with chargers.

We will take these to the students we assist when we volunteer at our 2024 Immersions.

Children we assist in Fiji

Children we assist in Fiji

Where and When to Donate

  • Please bring to the Wellbeing Centre
  • Donations received until Friday, 12 April – the last day of Term 1 2024.

Your donation will directly impact another child’s educational future.

Children we assist in Timor-Leste


Children we assist in Timor-Leste



Ms Sue Walsh

Director of Mission & Identity


Aungier House Mass and Supper

On Thursday, 7 March 2024, the Aungier House Community came together to celebrate the annual Aungier House Mass and Supper. This year, the Aungier House Prefects organised our House Mass. In deciding on the theme for our Mass, the House leaders looked to the Aungier House inspirational figure Martin Luther King Jr. 

In addition to this, on the eve of International Women’s Day, the intention of the Mass was to focus on the key themes of peace, forgiveness, justice and equality in our world.

A huge thank you Father Bernie for leading our Mass. In addition, thanks to Ms Sue Walsh, Director of Mission & Identity, as well as Mr Tom Kennedy, Spirituality and Mission Coordinator, for all their assistance with organisation.

Aungier House Mass

We thank our wonderful music staff, Ms Jazz de Witte and Mr Chris Balkizas, for really bringing that extra life to Mass with their music as well as the Aungier House Choir. Thank you to our outstanding Aungier Mentors for their presence and all the care and support they provide Aungier students. Special thanks to Mr Anthony Stanton for helping as an acolyte at the Mass.

Thank you to all those students who were involved in readings – particularly our Junior School Students who did so well with the Prayers of Intercession. Thank you to all those parents, caregivers and friends who brought along delicious food for us to enjoy at the supper.

Most importantly, thanks to all members of the Aungier House Community for your presence on the evening. 

We look forward to seeing you at the next House event!


Mr John McCoy

Head of Aungier House