French is in Joeys DNA. Marist founder Marcellin Champagnat hailed from rural France, and Brother Emilian, the first College headmaster, was born in Languedoc-Roussilon. Indeed, French has been studied at Hunters Hill for over 100 years.
The Covid crisis has highlighted our students’ resilience and adaptability, but it has also showcased the ingenuity and versatility of our teachers. It’s especially the case in the science and agriculture department, where practical learning is a key plank of the curriculum.