A message from Georgina Senes (SCA President)

After two long years of cancelled events, it was a joy to welcome over 100 people to the Memorial mass in the Chapel on Sunday, 24 July.  It was a beautiful Mass remembering and celebrating the lives of over 200 members of our Sacred Heart family who have passed away over the last three years.

We are thrilled with the feedback on the new Alumnae Newsletter, prepared by Victoria Dalton, Alumnae Relations Co-ordinator, and we encourage everyone to let us know of any special events, occasions or updates within our community that could be featured in upcoming editions by emailing Victoria at daltonvi@krb.nsw.edu.au.

We were able to catch up with the outgoing Year 12 Class of 2022 for lunch on Tuesday, 20 September.  This was a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some time with the girls in the Jean Marie Flynn Year 12 Learning Hub and to wish them well for their exams.  We also conveyed to them that, despite leaving school, they will never leave our Sacred Heart family.  With one of my daughters being a member of this cohort, I have had the pleasure of getting to know many of them over my daughter’s 14 years at KRB.  I couldn’t be more thrilled to invite this strong, gifted, kind and inclusive group to become our newest Alumnae members.


We would like to thank Principal, Maureen Ryan, Director of Advancement & Community, Mary Cook, Alumnae Relations Co-ordinator, Victoria Dalton and the KRB staff for their continued support of the SCA.  We are truly grateful for your ongoing assistance and enthusiasm.

We look forward to an exciting 2023 where COVID will no longer be a barrier for our gatherings and initiatives.  We have some exciting things planned for next year so please stay in touch and stay connected.

Wishing all our Alumnae a very happy Christmas and a healthy and joyous new year.

Georgina Senes (Gale, 1994)

SCA President