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2021 Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards for Excellence program

Melinda Ryan

Lachlan Eshman

Congratulations  Lachlan and Melinda on receiving the Minister’s Award for Excellence in Student Achievement for 2021!

These awards showcase the exceptional work that occurs every day across NSW public education – by schools, students, teachers, employees and parents.

One of the Public Education Foundation’s primary roles is to celebrate the best of public schooling, and the Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards aims to do that.

Lachlan and Melinda received the following citations:

Lachlan Eshman is an extraordinary young man. He is talented across a range of achievements; academically, on the sporting field, and in a number of cultural pursuits, particularly as a musician, singer and thespian. Within our community however, it has been Lachlan’s concern for others and willingness to assist that has been greatly appreciated. He has mentored younger members of our Robotics team as well as junior students in need of a positive role model. He can always be relied upon by staff to step up, lead and assist.

Melinda Ryan is an outstanding young woman. She has achieved excellence in her studies through her enthusiasm for learning and willingness to work hard to achieve a goal. She has been an exemplary role model in our community through her upholding of our school’s core values of excellence, resilience and respect. She is highly, and rightly regarded by staff as a young woman of considerable talent and integrity, and a well-deserved recipient of this award.

https://www.publiceducationfoundation.org.au/scholarships/awards-for-excellence/?deliveryName=DM16441

Shakespeare Festival 2021

On 3 June last term we were fortunate enough to hold our annual Shakespeare Festival. Our students were very keen to participate as the festival was cancelled last year due to lockdown. Years 9,10 and 11 Advanced had been preparing for most of Term 3 and were honing their skills for their final performance. Year 9 were studying and performing ‘Romeo and Juliet’, Year 10 were studying ‘Macbeth’ and Year 11 were studying ‘Twelfth Night’.

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