Bringing Riverview to You

Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview was established in 1880 as a boarding school, and opened with just 12 pupils. Since then, it has grown into a tight-knit community of boys, comprising both Boarders and Day Students.

The boarding community has always been a vibrant and central part of the College. We understand that to many, Riverview is not just a school, but a home.

For those who are considering enrolling their sons to our care, we are pleased to commit our time, resources and energy to meet you where you are. Come and join our leadership team at these events:

Saturday

7 April
Bathurst Seminar Event
Saturday

28 April
Hunter Seminar Event
Friday

4 May
Berry Seminar
Saturday

5 May
Bowral Seminar Event
Fri-Sat

18-19 May
Dubbo Expo
Saturday

19 May
Narromine Event
Thursday

19 June
Griffith Expo & Event
Fri-Sat

15-16 June
Wagga Wagga Expo & Event
Sat-Sun

16-17 June
Canberra Seminar Event
Fri-Sat

13-14 July
Mudgee Field Day & Event
Fri-Sat

27-28 July
Narrabri Expo & Event
Saturday

28 July
Moree Seminar Event
Sunday

29 July
Walgett Event
Sunday

29 July
Lightening Ridge Event
Tue-Thur

21-23 August
Aqquip Gunnedah Event
OctLondon & New York

Community Events

At some locations, we’ll also be hosting community gatherings to share a meal and a chat in a less formal setting. We welcome Old Ignatians, parents of current, past and future students, as well as friends, family and other community members. We’d love to meet you, so book your seat at the table.

For more information, please contact Christine Zimbulis on [email protected] or 9882 8595.
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Excellence in Education Seminar Series

Please join us for a series of seminars across regional NSW focused on the education and care of boys in a rapidly changing world, conducted by Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview. Presented by experts in teaching and learning, pastoral care and counselling, these seminars will suit parents and carers of school-aged boys and young men. Active discussions will revolve around educational research, the impact of technology and social media, and the most recent innovations in education. Hear how you can support the young men in your life with resources, tools and strategies to thrive. Cost: Free (bookings essential)


Bathurst Educational Seminar

Saturday 7th April, 3pm – 5pm, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, 105 William Street Bathurst

Guest Speaker: Pat Lowe, Deputy Principal Students and Adrian Byrne, Director of Boarding

Topic: The male identity and positive health and wellbeing


The Hunter (Scone) Educational Seminar

Saturday 28th April, 3pm – 5pm, Scone Motor Inn & Conference Centre, 55 Kelly Street, Scone

Guest Speaker: Paul Hine, College Principal

Topic: Inspiring boys to achieve


Berry Educational Seminar

Friday 4th May, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, Berry School of Arts, 19 Alexandria Street, Berry 2535

Guest Speaker: Russell Newman, Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning

Topic: Boys’ social and emotional wellbeing as the platform for academic confidence


Bowral Educational Seminar

Saturday 5th May, 3pm – 5pm, Bowral Golf Club, Cnr Kangaloon Road and David Street,

Guest Speaker: Russell Newman, Deputy Principal Teaching and Learning

Topic: Boys’ social and emotional wellbeing as the platform for academic confidence


Canberra Educational Seminar

Saturday 16th June, 3pm – 5pm, The Canberra Museum and Gallery, 176 London Circuit, Canberra

Guest Speaker: Ben Moffatt, College Counsellor

Topic: Understanding wellbeing in adolescent males


Moree Educational Seminar

Saturday 28th July, 3pm – 5pm, Royal Hotel, 54 Heber Street, Moree

Guest Speaker: Paul Hine, College Principal

Topic: Inspiring boys to achieve