• 04 April 2023

Marsden Scholars' Assembly

Our Scholars' Assembly on Monday celebrated the excellent achievements of our top scholars for 2022, with many proud family members of scholars' colours' recipients joining us for the occasion. Congratulations to the following recipients:

Level 1 Scholars' Badge Level 2 Scholars' Badge  
Aishwarya Arora
Cece Chen
Piper Gawn
Chloe Geidelberg
Phoebe Gray
Gussie Hampton
Charlotte Hille
Lillian Hillyer-Magoffin
Isabella Huang
Lily Johnston
Sophie Keene
Macy Mahoney-Studd
Grace Masters
Lucy Prince
Eva Roberts
Emily Swarbrick
Elizabeth Ulusele
Joyce Chan
Olivia Farrelly
Sarah Guiney
Sophie Hull
Jemima Jackson
Lucy King
Eloise Lambrechtsen
Angela Liu
Sophie McClintock
Freya McKeich
Connie McLachlan
Sana Mori
Matilda Rumball-Smith
Eva Tunnicliffe
Isabella Wang
Kelly Wei
Level 1 Scholars' Colours Award Level 2 Scholars' Colours Awards  
Emily Allen
Ella Christie
Charlotte Cinque
Grace Hotop
Valerie Howe (plus Level 2 colours)
Cate Hughson
Arlo Keating
Charlotte Merwood
Olive Mitchell
Luca More
Sage Pettus
Catherine Rombel
Analin Rudd (plus Level 2 excellence badge)
Eliza Taylor
Kate Yu
Arushi Bhatnagar-Stewart
Louisa Boyer
Amelia Cave
Rose Chen
Chloe Coles
Sifan Huang (plus Level 3 excellence badge)
Caroline Jones
Liliana O’Connell
Chloe Sim (plus Level 3 excellence badge)
Amy Slessor
Eva Stein
Emily Wong
Scholarship Awards    
Louisa Boyer
Sifan Huang
Chloe Sim

In between presentations we enjoyed an exquisite performance of 'Scarborough Fair' by Luisa, Eva and Freya.  Marsden Poetry Award winners Bay Johnson (Y7-10 winner) and Louisa Boyer (Y11-12 winner) recited their thought-provoking poems, based on the theme 'I have a question'.


Outgoing Academic Director Margaret Adeane gave a valedictory speech, acknowledging the massive impact that teaching has made in her life and the special memories she has of all the students she has taught over the years.

Past students have a way of cropping up in all sorts of places. And when they do, I take a secret pride in knowing that I was there, somewhere along that person’s journey, and maybe made a small but positive difference.
Margaret Adeane, Academic Director, 2023

We know Margaret has made more than a 'small' difference in countless students' lives!


How good it was to have our scholars' families with us to share in this wonderful Marsden tradition, thank you for coming.  It is good to be able to celebrate our students' hard work and dedication to their learning.