This feat of architecture designed by Yr 4 MRIS students, Ella Marchesani and Fenix Beveridge ...
MRIS students were keen to try out MRIS’s new Nature Playground during the first week ...
In a first, MRIS held an official Graduation Dinner last week guided by Yr 6 ...
Surf groms: MRIS Surfing Program started last week under the guidance of MRIS Physical Education ...
MRIS’s unique Indigenous Program led by the school’s Wadandi Mentor, Josh Whiteland of Koomal Dreaming https://www.facebook.com/koomaldreaming/ will be highlighted in a short film. Shot on campus last week, the film will be used as a marketing tool to showcase the connection between MRIS students, their Wadandi Mentor, and their knowledge of the local Noongar culture. It […]
An exciting milestone has been achieved today with MRIS & Terra Castle Constructions signing the contract for the PAC Covered Assembly Area Additions and Alterations. This $160,000 project includes $80,000 funding from the Australian Government’s Capital Grant Program. Work will commence on site during the July school holidays with the concrete pour and installation of […]
Being a MRIS insect just became a whole lot more luxurious with the construction of a new Bug Hotel! Kindergarten teacher, Helen Ewing said the children have been studying ‘minibeasts’ (creatures that do not have a skeleton) and decided to create a new environment for insects using natural material.
The ‘Rights of Children’ were in the spotlight recently for MRIS Year 6 students as part of the school’s health curriculum. Students discussed ‘rights’ like education, shelter, food, and safety as well as responsibilities required to allow people to have their rights supported, for instance… following the rules or standing up for their rights and […]
A new Sensory Calming Space will be created in the school’s Library providing all MRIS students with access to a calming, tranquil place. MRIS principal, Wendy Roediger said the Sensory Calming Space can be accessed by all children depending on their emotional needs. Funding to create the area came from a successful application under the […]
Sparking student creativity and critical thinking, MRIS’s extension program, Innovations, is now in its 5th year. Run by former parent, Rob Glass, the weekly sessions with the Years 4, 5 and 6 students introduce a wide range of subjects and theories from Archimedes Screw to solar power. A Process Engineer specialising in liquified natural gas, […]