Kincoppal - Rose Bay is a community rich in heritage and of very diverse backgrounds. We are able to share our school’s story with several people globally. However, as our community grows and immerses itself in the culture and society that is the 21st century, our ‘land’ has changed and developed. Some things that used to be a very important part of the school have been lost and no longer continue. We see this as both a positive and negative thing that our school displays.
Summer uniform and blazer for years K-10.
Old uniform of girls in the early years of the school opening.
Pink, green, and blue ribbons that were distributed in the early years of the 1900's.
Certificates for Good Conduct and Diligence.
Rose Bay Convent in the 1900's
Students working in their classrooms
Students on the Harbour Terrace 2016
Students standing outside Kincoppal's gates on New South Head Road.
Kincoppal - Rose Bay has grown and developed greatly. Our narrative is constantly changing and evolving into something greater but what will always stay the same is our school's storyline. We have learnt that despite the school losing certain aspects, its community spirit and culture remains. We have a variety of students and teachers that all care for and respect each other. Kincoppal - Rose Bay has changed in positive ways and we hope that the future of the school continues to be like this.
Group 8 Project Based Learning 2016