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Calm Change at Church

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 […]

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Creations and Innovations at MRIS!

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, […]

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Remote learning success at MRIS

  The recent implementation of Remote Learning at MRIS during the current Covid 19 pandemic was embraced by staff, parents and students demonstrating an excellence in on-line teaching. As the school reintroduces face-to-face learning in physical classrooms this week, MRIS Principal Wendy Roediger (pictured left) said Remote Learning programs put into action during recent weeks, […]

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MRIS remembers the ANZACS!

    The tradition of honouring fallen soldiers on ANZAC Day continued despite the Covid 19 Pandemic with a staggered wreath laying ceremony at Memorial Park in Margaret River. MRIS  Year 5 student, John Chugg represented MRIS. He laid a wreath at the Margaret River War  Memorial whilst wearing his grandfather’s medals from World War […]

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Art by Nature at MRIS!

Nature Art was embraced by the year 1,2 and 3 students on Friday as part of their afternoon education sessions on campus. Year 1 teacher Skye Robertson guided the students to create nature art with a focus on symmetry. Olivia (Yr 2) is pictured here with her work of art.

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