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Da Vinci Competition

On the 24 March, two teams of eight students competed in the Da Vinci competition at The Armidale School. The Da Vinci competition is an academic decathlon in which students compete in teams of eight across 10 disciplines: engineering, mathematics and chess, code breaking, art and poetry, science, English, ideation, creative producers, cartography and legacy. Our Year 9 team came first in the Mathematics section and our Year 10 team came first in code breaking. Both teams are to be commended for their effort and achievements. They were up against stiff competition from schools such as Calrossy and NEGS. There were more than 15 teams competing. Special thanks to Mr Steve Wallace for volunteering to drive the school bus to and from Armidale.

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Industrial Technology Projects for the Community

During the last few weeks of Term 4, a group of students have worked tirelessly together with Mr Mark Heaney and Mr Dan Stewart to create horse jump trailers. The students involved were Anghus Heaney, Lachlan McGill, Matthew Wood, Lochlan Campbell, Jack Richards, Jack Larkin and Alex Robinson. They managed to finish two trailers which will be used at the annual North West Equestrian Expo event. Well done to all of these students for your hard work and for putting your skills to such good use!

Aimee Rossler

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