Kincoppal-Rose Bay maintains strong connections with all alumnae and the rich history and tradition that these past students provide. Our alumnae are an integral part of our school community, and participate in many events and make a wonderful contribution to the life of the School. We are very proud of our alumnae and are always delighted to celebrate their achievements and the contributions they make in various fields. Alumnae are very important role models to our current students.
The School makes strong connections with alumnae through assistance with all Class Reunions. An Alumnae and Current Parents Morning Tea, held annually, is an opportunity for alumnae to make connections across their children’s year groups. As well, regional and international gatherings help maintain significant friendships with alumnae living in country NSW or overseas. Please contact Mary Cook, Director of Development, email email@example.com if you would like further information on any of these events.
Sacré Coeur Association of NSW
The Sacré Coeur Association provides an important connection between past students and the School, fostering the spirit of Cor Unum and a strong sense of community. The Association hosts events and supports programs for alumnae of Kincoppal, Rose Bay and Kincoppal-Rose Bay.
Julie Ringler, President (KRB 1980)
Liz Clunies-Ross, Vice President (KRB 1984)
Jan Eldershaw, Treasurer (KRB 1974)
Pauline Cusack, Secretary (KRB 1983)
Denise Jones, Public Officer (KRB 1975)
Edwina Considine (KRB 1979)
Marea Coutts (KRB 1984)
Libby Dammann (KRB 1977)
Tracey Parrelli (KRB 1984)
Edwina Renton (KRB 1984)
Georgina Senes (KRB 1994)
Sister Marg McKay (rscj Liaison)
Alumnae and their families and friends of KRB are all warmly welcome to our events.
High Tea on the Harbour Terrace - Saturday 7 April
Enjoy a beautiful High Tea on the Harbour Terrace and welcome KRB’s new Principal Maureen Ryan. All welcome.
Card Day - Thursday 19 April
A great day of cards and companionship. Bring a four or come by yourself. Can’t play cards? No problem - we can organise a Bridge Master Class for you!
Memorial Mass - Sunday 27 May
This is our annual Mass and Morning Tea where we remember those in the KRB family who have passed away, especially in the last year. Invitations are sent to those who have lost a family member in the last year but everyone is welcome. Please contact us if there is someone you would like remembered. The Alumnae Choir sings at this Mass, so if you would like to be part of the Choir please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual General Meeting - Sunday 29 July
Spring Reunion Lunch in Orange - Saturday 22 September
A great opportunity for country and city alumnae and past parents to get together for a “long tables” lunch in Orange. Partners, families and friends are all welcome.
Sandwiches and Song - Monday 22 October
Organised in conjunction with the School, this is a special day for those who have left school 50 years or more.
Future Directions: Connecting/Mentoring, Social Justice and Spirituality
A goal of the Committee is to expand what our Association offers alumnae of all ages, especially our younger alumnae. We are keen to progress three areas and we would love to hear from you if you would like to be involved in:
- Social Justice
You can connect with us on Facebook and Instagram or email email@example.com
For more Alumnae news, Constitution and Objectives