Mandurah Baptist College

Mandurah Baptist College School Achievements and Student News

Since our establishment in 2005, Mandurah Baptist College has continually been recognized for providing excellent education in a positive, safe and Christian learning environment. We are an independent, co-educational College with over 1,200 students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Our Christian faith and values inform our belief in the potential of all students and fuel our caring College community

Operating as usual

03/03/2024
02/03/2024

Support and Community 📣
See the flyers below for more information about activities for students and families happening in our local area!

01/03/2024

Growth: We are committed to continuously learning, improving, innovating, and striving to know and reach our potential.

29/02/2024

It's Throwback Thursday! We've been digging through the archives for some old images and came across this one. Can you spot someone you recognise?

28/02/2024

Tickets offically available!

“Oh the thinks you can think!”

What happens when The Cat In The Hat meets Horton The Elephant, who is trying to save Whoville while sitting on Mayzie La Bird’s egg, with Gertrude McFuzz trying to get him to notice her?

To find out, come see Seussical! – a musical based on the beloved characters of Dr Seuss.

Tickets are available online here: https://events.humanitix.com/seussical

26/02/2024

Tomorrow night!

We are excited to announce that we have secured Melinda Tankard Reist for a free Parent Connect Seminar on Tuesday 27 February (further details can be found on the flyer below) Melinda and her co-presenter, Daniel Principe will speak on the topic:

Navigating a s*xed-up world: How can we help our children resist harmful messages from media and pop culture and aspire to respectful relationships?

Parents and care-givers are noticing children seem to be growing up too fast, worried about their appearance and more aware of se*ual issues at earlier ages. Children and young people are bombarded with hyperse*ualised messages from media and popular culture. The lives of young people are increasingly socialised, conditioned and informed by exposure to online p**n before their first kiss. Drawing from current global literature and the experiences of young people, Melinda and Daniel will explore how the proliferation of s*xualised images and messages contributes to a distorted view of bodies, relationships and se*uality, hampering young people’s healthy physical, emotional, and social development. They help parents to address this toxic culture and provide practice tips on raising happy, healthy, and resilient young people who value their dignity and self-worth and aspire to relationships based on respect and authentic connection.

About Melinda:
Melinda is an author, speaker, media commentator, and advocate for young people. She is best known for her work addressing se*ualisation, objectification, harms of p**nography, se*ual exploitation, trafficking and violence against women. Melinda is author/editor of seven books covering se*ualisation of young people, the harms of the p**n/se* industry and violence against women and girls. Melinda has appeared on ABC’s Q&A and The Gruen Sessions and many other TV and radio programs. She is co-founder and movement director of the grassroots campaigning movement, Collective Shout: for a world free of s*xploitation. Melinda is an Ambassador for World Vision Australia, Compassion Australia, Hagar NZ and the youth mentoring body the Raise Foundation. She is also Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Culture and Ethics, Notre Dame University, Sydney and named in the Who’s Who of Australian Women and the World Who’s Who of Women.

About Daniel:
Daniel is Collective Shout’s youth advocate and educator. He has a background in PR, marketing, media, and as a health professional and advisor in the non-profit health sector. Daniel challenges toxic messages about masculinity in mainstream culture, which he critiques through a p**n-critical lens. He helps young men to see how these cultural forces fuel distorted ideas and attitudes about bodies, relationships and s*xuality. Daniel works with young men to reimagine masculinity and embody a vision of manhood defined by virtue. He also hosts Collective Shout’s podcast ‘Reimagining Masculinity’ and is a regular on TV and radio programs.

Please RSVP using the form below:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=StilKr9cBEaMZFEpGb1zrOXD2098A8NHmXzBaQfPeE9UM0M4UE9TMTBON1RDUkhTTUMzRkdOTEdLTC4u

Photos from Mandurah Baptist College's post 24/02/2024

Support and Community 📣
See the flyers below for more information about activities for students and families happening in our local area!

Grief & Loss - Mandurah Baptist College 23/02/2024

Our latest blog is live on the College website written by Chris Greene, Secondary School Chaplain, about Grief & Loss.

Grief & Loss - Mandurah Baptist College Grief and loss is something that we all must face at some time in our lives. When we lose someone or something special or important to us, it can sometimes feel like we will never fill the giant hole left in our lives by that loss. I remember a time when I was 21 - losing someone who was like an old...

23/02/2024

Integrity: We are committed to knowing and doing what is right and behaving in a way that sets an example for the community around us.

22/02/2024

Congratulations to Year 11 student Caide who has been selected for the SSWA Triathlon Team and will be competing in the upcoming Nationals. Good luck Caide, we look forward to hearing how it went.

20/02/2024

Join us next week!

We are excited to announce that we have secured Melinda Tankard Reist for a free Parent Connect Seminar next week Tuesday 27 February (further details can be found on the flyer below) Melinda and her co-presenter, Daniel Principe will speak on the topic:

Navigating a s*xed-up world: How can we help our children resist harmful messages from media and pop culture and aspire to respectful relationships?

Parents and care-givers are noticing children seem to be growing up too fast, worried about their appearance and more aware of se*ual issues at earlier ages. Children and young people are bombarded with hyperse*ualised messages from media and popular culture. The lives of young people are increasingly socialised, conditioned and informed by exposure to online p**n before their first kiss. Drawing from current global literature and the experiences of young people, Melinda and Daniel will explore how the proliferation of s*xualised images and messages contributes to a distorted view of bodies, relationships and se*uality, hampering young people’s healthy physical, emotional, and social development. They help parents to address this toxic culture and provide practice tips on raising happy, healthy, and resilient young people who value their dignity and self-worth and aspire to relationships based on respect and authentic connection.

About Melinda:
Melinda is an author, speaker, media commentator, and advocate for young people. She is best known for her work addressing se*ualisation, objectification, harms of p**nography, se*ual exploitation, trafficking and violence against women. Melinda is author/editor of seven books covering se*ualisation of young people, the harms of the p**n/se* industry and violence against women and girls. Melinda has appeared on ABC’s Q&A and The Gruen Sessions and many other TV and radio programs. She is co-founder and movement director of the grassroots campaigning movement, Collective Shout: for a world free of s*xploitation. Melinda is an Ambassador for World Vision Australia, Compassion Australia, Hagar NZ and the youth mentoring body the Raise Foundation. She is also Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Culture and Ethics, Notre Dame University, Sydney and named in the Who’s Who of Australian Women and the World Who’s Who of Women.

About Daniel:
Daniel is Collective Shout’s youth advocate and educator. He has a background in PR, marketing, media, and as a health professional and advisor in the non-profit health sector. Daniel challenges toxic messages about masculinity in mainstream culture, which he critiques through a p**n-critical lens. He helps young men to see how these cultural forces fuel distorted ideas and attitudes about bodies, relationships and s*xuality. Daniel works with young men to reimagine masculinity and embody a vision of manhood defined by virtue. He also hosts Collective Shout’s podcast ‘Reimagining Masculinity’ and is a regular on TV and radio programs.

Please RSVP using the form below:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=StilKr9cBEaMZFEpGb1zrOXD2098A8NHmXzBaQfPeE9UM0M4UE9TMTBON1RDUkhTTUMzRkdOTEdLTC4u

16/02/2024

Faith: We are committed to becoming more like Christ in all we do.

14/02/2024

Over the break, Matilda partnered with Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and eight other artists to create a story book for children, 'Franklyn's Terrible Wonderful Day'. Matilda is looking into donating the book to the Primary School Library here at MBC. Well done Matilda!

13/02/2024

Storytime is a unique opportunity for MBC and future enrolled MBC families with pre school children (babies to Kindy) to network with each other and MBC staff.

If you have children in this age range, please join us in the Primary School Library weekly on Wednesdays at 8.45am. Choose a book to borrow, engage with a read aloud story (we often have guest presenters, including Mr Gratton) and create a craft, followed by an explore and play in the Loose Parts Playground.

At Storytime not only will your little one have the chance to make future kindy friends, but it also provides a fun introduction to the library, Loose Parts and MBC staff – all of which helps for an easy transition to Kindy. We have a lovely time together and would love for you to join us.

12/02/2024

We are excited to announce that we have secured Melinda Tankard Reist for a Parent Connect Seminar on Tuesday 27 February (further details can be found on the flyer below) Melinda and her co-presenter, Daniel Principe will speak on the topic:

Navigating a s*xed-up world: How can we help our children resist harmful messages from media and pop culture and aspire to respectful relationships?

Parents and care-givers are noticing children seem to be growing up too fast, worried about their appearance and more aware of se*ual issues at earlier ages. Children and young people are bombarded with hyperse*ualised messages from media and popular culture. The lives of young people are increasingly socialised, conditioned and informed by exposure to online p**n before their first kiss. Drawing from current global literature and the experiences of young people, Melinda and Daniel will explore how the proliferation of s*xualised images and messages contributes to a distorted view of bodies, relationships and se*uality, hampering young people’s healthy physical, emotional, and social development. They help parents to address this toxic culture and provide practice tips on raising happy, healthy, and resilient young people who value their dignity and self-worth and aspire to relationships based on respect and authentic connection.

About Melinda:
Melinda is an author, speaker, media commentator, and advocate for young people. She is best known for her work addressing se*ualisation, objectification, harms of p**nography, se*ual exploitation, trafficking and violence against women. Melinda is author/editor of seven books covering se*ualisation of young people, the harms of the p**n/se* industry and violence against women and girls. Melinda has appeared on ABC’s Q&A and The Gruen Sessions and many other TV and radio programs. She is co-founder and movement director of the grassroots campaigning movement, Collective Shout: for a world free of s*xploitation. Melinda is an Ambassador for World Vision Australia, Compassion Australia, Hagar NZ and the youth mentoring body the Raise Foundation. She is also Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Culture and Ethics, Notre Dame University, Sydney and named in the Who’s Who of Australian Women and the World Who’s Who of Women.

About Daniel:
Daniel is Collective Shout’s youth advocate and educator. He has a background in PR, marketing, media, and as a health professional and advisor in the non-profit health sector. Daniel challenges toxic messages about masculinity in mainstream culture, which he critiques through a p**n-critical lens. He helps young men to see how these cultural forces fuel distorted ideas and attitudes about bodies, relationships and s*xuality. Daniel works with young men to reimagine masculinity and embody a vision of manhood defined by virtue. He also hosts Collective Shout’s podcast ‘Reimagining Masculinity’ and is a regular on TV and radio programs.

Please RSVP using the form below:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=StilKr9cBEaMZFEpGb1zrOXD2098A8NHmXzBaQfPeE9UM0M4UE9TMTBON1RDUkhTTUMzRkdOTEdLTC4u

09/02/2024

Over the holidays, one of our Year 10 students, Sam, was selected to represent Western Australia at the Australian Futsal Nationals in Gold Coast. Well done on this achievement Sam!

09/02/2024

Excellence: We are committed to best practice and creating value for the MBC community, as excellence honours our calling.

06/02/2024

Next Week! K-12 Big Breakfast 🤩

We would love to extend an invitation out to all College parents to come and join us for a BBQ breakfast on Friday 16 February. Please feel free to bring family and younger siblings along for fellowship together as a MBC community. Please see more details on the flyer attached.

For catering purposes, please register your interest by filling out this form: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=StilKr9cBEaMZFEpGb1zrOXD2098A8NHmXzBaQfPeE9UOTdFVkZDVkdJVFlZVFhON0lFMVBPQ0FQTi4u

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