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Wear it Purple Day and the importance of getting to class on time!

As part of our Wear it Purple Day celebrations, students participated in a group “Jenga” activity run by Mr Graham to illustrate the importance of getting to class on time and not disrupting other students. One by one groups of students removed a block from the tower, showing how precarious classroom harmony could be and how we need to all work together. Much fun was had by all!

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Year 10 excursion to Newcastle

Year 10 have spent this week in Newcastle enjoying a range of activities including high ropes course, ten pin bowling, surfing lessons, laser tag, sandboarding and visits to Newcastle TAFE, a barramundi farm, Fighter World, Newcastle University and Singleton Infantry Museum. The good behaviour and participation in activities has made it an enjoyable time for staff and students.

Kat Christoff

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Prefect Induction Ceremony

L-R: Lachlan Meier (C), Hannah Meier (C), Harry Williams (VC), Meg Walton (VC), Jemma Worth, Cobey Smith, Annabelle Shannon, Breanna Menz, Connor Hughes-Tincknell, Anna Goard, Liam Caine, Luke Bonello

This year we were fortunate enough the have twenty three Year 11 students nominate for the role of prefect. The following 12 students were elected as prefects;

Luke Bonello, Liam Caine, Anna Goard, Connor  Hughes, Breanna Menz, Annabelle Shannon, Cobey Smith, Jemma Worth.

Our Vice Captains; Meg Walton and Harry Williams

Our Captains; Hannah Meier and Lachlan Meier

Congratulations to all who nominated and congratulations to those elected.

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Working together in Tutor Groups

Alex Turner and Ashur Quaglino working together in Tutor Groups

​On Friday September 6th, students worked together in their tutor groups to create a structure out of newspaper and sticky tape. Students competed in their house groups, and the tallest structure won. The morning was a success, with all students getting involved and participating. Thank you to all staff who ensured tutor groups worked well and did their best.

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