St Pius X College Newsletter

15 August 2018
Issue Twenty-four
Upcoming Events                  
From the Principal
Social Justice 
Student & Parent Matters
MindMatters for Students & Families
P&F Events
Department News
Learning Support & Enrichment
Careers
Senior School Sport
Junior School News & Sport
Canteen & Uniform Shop
St Pius X College Chatswood
(02) 9411 4733
35 Anderson Street
Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia, [email protected]
AU



Upcoming Events                  

Friday 17th August - P&F Year 12 Parents' Social Night

Monday 20th August - Yr 12 Retreats → 24/8 /Junior School Book Week

Saturday, 25 August  - Rugby Club End of Season Social Get Together at The Willoughby Hotel from 5pm

Sunday 26th August - SPX Cricket Skills Day at Oxford Falls

Monday 27th August - P&F Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday 28th August - Extended Staff Meeting/Rugby Presentation Night

Wednesday 29th August - IPSHA Athletics Carnival/Senior Student Leaders (2019) Camp at Huntington House pm → 31/8

Thursday 30th August - Jnr School Father & Son Day at Oxford Falls

Friday 31st August - P&F Fathers’ Day Breakfast/Yr 10 Reflection Day

Saturday 1st September - ISA Invitational Athletics

Sunday 2nd September - Fathers' Day

Monday 3rd September - St Pius X Patron’s Holiday

Tuesday 4th September - Market Day: CANTEEN CLOSED​

Wednesday 5th September - Winter Sports Photos/Football Pres Night

Thursday 6th September - Splinters, Splashes, Stage & Sounds opens

Friday 7th September - Yr 12 Study Day #4/Twilight Concert #2 @ 5pm/Old Boys' Annual Dinner

Saturday 8th September - ISA Invitational Athletics

Monday 10th September - Sports Colour Awards at The Concourse

Tuesday 11th September - ISA Athletics/Market Day: CANTEEN CLOSED​

Wednesday 12th September - Yr 11 Music Perf Night 5pm

Thursday 13th September - RUOK Day

Friday 14th September - “Lights, Camera, Pius” Film Festival

Monday 17th September - Yr 11 Prelim Exams begin →28/9 /Staff Mtg

Tuesday 18th September - Yr 9 Music Performance Night 5pm

Thursday 27th September - Yr 12 Internal Grad at The Concourse

Friday 28th September - Term 3 Concludes/Yr 12 External Grad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the Diary:

  • Monday 5th November - P&F AGM
  • Wednesday 12th December 2018  (NEW DATE) - Inaugural SPX Rugby Club Golf Day at Roseville Golf Course (from 1pm)

 

 

 

2018 College Calendar updated as at 31 July 2018

 

2018 Term Dates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the Principal

Photo: Feast of the Assumption

  • PRAYER:  Feast of the Assumption
  • City to Surf
  • Visit from Cardinal Newman College, Argentina
  • Australian History Competition
  • Our ISA Season

Prayer: Feast of the Assumption 15 August

The reading from the Gospel of Luke (Luke 1:46-55) is the basis of the beautiful prayer of Our Lady, “The Magnificat”.

THE MAGNIFICAT

The Prayer of Mary

Mary said, “My soul magnifies the Lord,

and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour,

for he has looked with favour on the lowliness of his servant.

Surely, from now on all generations will call me blessed;

for the Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is his name.

His mercy is for those who fear him from generation to generation.

“He has shown strength with his arm;

he has scattered the proud in the thoughts of their hearts.

He has brought down the powerful from their thrones,

and lifted up the lowly;

he has filled the hungry with good things,

and sent the rich away empty.

“He has helped his servant Israel,

in remembrance of his mercy,

according to the promise he made to our ancestors.

to Abraham and to his descendants forever.”

 

City to Surf

Congratulations to all members of the St Pius X Community who participated in an enjoyable City to Surf Fun Run last Sunday. Along with 80,000 members of the wider community we ran the 14km course from Hyde Park to Bondi.   At Assembly on Monday we celebrated our youngest identified runner, James Griffith (6 Red), who completed the course in 1 hour 21 minutes.  I was also congratulated on being the College’s most senior runner!

 

Please see Mr Brannan's report, including a list of runners and photos, on the Student & Parent Matters page of this newsletter. 

 

Visit from Cardinal Newman College, Argentina

St Pius X College, as a member of Edmund Rice Beyond Borders, will be hosting a group of one teacher and five students from Cardinal Newman (Edmund Rice) College, Argentina while they are visiting Sydney from Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th August.  The students will be billeted by our Year 11 students and be involved in a range of activities over this time.

On their arrival from Brisbane our visitors will go to Manly for some sightseeing, followed by dinner in Chatswood.   On Thursday they will go to  Taronga Park Zoo with our Year 10 students and then to Rugby training at Oxford Falls.

We will introduce the group at Assembly on Friday, followed by a visit to classrooms and possibly speaking to Junior School classes. The group will then head off into the city with their billets for a tour of Sydney including the Opera House, the Botanical Gardens and The Rocks before going Rockclimbing with the Mentors Program.

On the weekend they will attend the Rugby at St Greg's Campbelltown and attend Mass at Our Lady of Dolours Church before watching the Bledisloe Cup.  The group will also visit Bondi Beach before flying out on Sunday afternoon. 

 

Australian History Competition

In Term 2 the Year 10 cohort participated in the nation-wide Australian History Competition. This is a very popular competition, which includes 50 multiple choice questions. The St Pius results were outstanding with seven students placing in the top 5% of the country and achieving a High Distinction. The following boys were deservedly presented with their High Distinction certificates at Assembly on Monday:  Zachary Bull, Jonathan Dellagiacomo, Oliver Lenehan, Charles McElvogue, William Oner, Benjamin Taylor and Samuel Walters.

In addition, 13 students who were in the top 10% of the country were presented with Distinction Certificates at a Year 10 meeting last week.

 

Our ISA Season

The ISA Winter season is reaching is climax and I congratulate our 10 ISA Football teams who have made the Semi-Finals and especially our Opens who have completed the season undefeated Minor Premiers.

Our Rugby teams play their final match this Saturday at St Gregory’s College at Campbelltown. Please see the Sports page of this newsletter for details.  Congratulations and best wishes to all.

 

Mr John Couani - Principal





Social Justice 

Photo: At The end of last year the College ran a very successful clothing and stationery drive for The Philippines mountain region.

Social Justice

The Edmund Rice Society has moved to the TCR in the TAS Wing. Meetings are still held weekly on Tuesday Day 2 and Wednesday Day 8 from 1.00pm - all are welcome.

The Society has been active discussing current social justice issues and what St Pius students can do to assist. These discussions have been organised and run by the Edmund Rice Society Leaders Robert Kraszewski, Oliver Tysoe and Declan Howle and other Year 11 members. Next Monday at Assembly the Edmund Rice Society will be investing three new leaders:  Thomas Jamieson, Luke Forwood and Hayden Smith.

The Edmund Rice Society Junior Chocolate Stall will be on this Friday at lunch under Little Brother.

At the end of last year we ran a very successful clothing and stationery drive for The Philippines mountain region. I share with you some photos and a video back from The Philippines.  It is great to see our clothing and stationery recycled to such needy and appreciative people.

Video link:    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MBFmpA_op8XNX5Zg3o5b6v_ZddLFoMX1/view

Thank you.

 

Mr David Blake – Social Justice Coordinator

Student & Parent Matters

Photo: City to Surf participants

  • Debating Information

  • The Premier's Reading Challenge

  • Duke of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey​

  • City to Surf

  • Market Days 4th  & 11th September - CANTEEN CLOSED​

  • FREE WORKSHOP:  How to teach a Learner Driver​

  • Bright Futures:  October School Holiday Workshops run by UTS

Debating

Debating information from Mrs Waterson can be found in the document below.

Mrs M Waterson - Public Speaking and Debating Convenor

The Premier's Reading Challenge

The Senior Library is following the lead of the Junior School with Rewards for Reading to encourage boys to complete their Premier’s Reading Challenge.  Ms Martin offers a Movie and Popcorn lunch to the classes who read the most books.

The Senior Library is offering a Pizza Lunch.  Currently, pizza is on the menu for these English classes:

  • Mr Webster’s Year 7
  • Ms Loughman’s Year 8
  • Ms Rodger’s Year 9

With weekly updates, many of us are can’t wait to see which classes get the ‘ham and cheese’.

Ms K Keighery - Senior Resource Centre

 

Duke of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey

Dear Parents,

The opportunity exists for students wishing to use Pack and Paddle as Duke of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey Section, to participate in upcoming Camp Somerset Activities. Please see the flyer below.  Please note that DoE requires students to maintain the same mode for the Adventurous Journey so if you are interested, Pack and Paddle would be maintained for each level - Bronze, Silver and Gold. Again, Camp Somerset would be your Assessor, so you would need to send them an Assessor form for completion PRIOR to participating in the Pack and Paddle experience. Please also chat with Mrs Manga at the DoE meetings this semester on Tuesday lunchtimes, Day 2, in C1.

Mr de Silva will continue to offer Adventurous Journeys this year with Hiking as the mode. Students engaged in the Outdoor Education Program should discuss their interest with him directly.

Mrs  K Manga

City to Surf

Congratulations to all members of the St Pius X Community who participated in an enjoyable City to Surf Fun Run last Sunday. Along with 80,000 members of the wider community, they ran the 14km course along the spectacular Sydney Harbour, up “Heartbreak Hill”, and South along the Eastern Suburbs beaches to Bondi.  At Monday's Assembly we celebrated our youngest identified runner in James Griffith (6 Red) who completed the course in 1 hour 21 minutes.  James and Mr Brannan, as representatives of all the participants who took part from the College, also congratulated the College’s most senior runner, Principal Mr John Couani.

Our identified runners included:  Maree Couani, Jennifer Chu, Denise Ramsey, Miguel Alvarez, John Couani, Matthew Brannan, Gerhard Langreiter, James Makarewicz, Daniel Fileman, James Griffith, Lenny Makarewicz, Amanda Fileman, Sean Brannan, Lucas Makarewicz, Sebastian Majarian, Rudy Gyzen, Will Oner, Andrew Haldane, Justin Donnelly, Tim Houtas and Patrick Cogan.

Our best ranked female teacher was Mrs Amanda Fileman, and fastest time was a blistering sub 60 minutes achieved by Mr Patrick Cogan. However all participants should be commended for taking part in this great community event.

This Sunday our running festival turns to the SAN Hospital Wahroonga Fun Run, where Mr Quilty has organised a team to raise money for their Cancer Treatment Unit. A most worthy cause. Best wishes and commendations to all involved.

Mr S Brannan - Head of Student Services

Market Days 4  & 11 September - CANTEEN CLOSED

Please note that the Canteen will be closed at recess and lunchtime on Tuesday 4th and Tuesday 11th September due to Market Day Stalls operating.  It will be open before school from 8am until 8.45am only.  There will be no Flexischool facility and no orders taken.

Ms A Coombs - Canteen Supervisor

FREE WORKSHOP:  How to teach a Learner Driver

 

UTS October School Holiday Workshops

The University Technology Sydney (UTS) is again running a series of exciting as well as educational workshops targeting primary and early secondary school aged students in the October school holidays. The program is called Bright Futures and offers a unique combination of eye-opening experiences based around subjects studied at UTS.

2018 Workshops:  2nd - 5th October

Please see the flyer below for further information.

 




MindMatters for Students & Families

Photo: Boxercise is held every Thursday and Friday morning at 7.30am in the Junior School playground.

  • Boxercise at the College for Years 5-12 every Thursday and Friday morning at 7.30am
  • Term 3 Counselling Team

Boxercise

A reminder that Boxercise is held every Thursday and Friday morning at 7.30am in the Junior School playground.  This MindMatters initiative provides friendship, fun and fitness to strengthen students’ resilience and general sense of wellbeing.  Classes are free to all students.

 

Term 3 Counselling Team

Our Counselling Team - Mr Rick Russo, Ms Joe McCarthy and Ms Judy Gill - ensure we have counselling expertise available on each day of the school cycle. Their availabilities are outlined below.

 

Mr Russo:          Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday in Week 1

                                Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday in Week 2 

Ms Gill:                Monday, Tuesday, Friday each week

Ms McCarthy:   Wednesday, Thursday  in Week 1

                                 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday in Week 2

 

P&F Events

  • Father’s Day Breakfast - Friday 31st August 7am - 8.30am
  • Year 5 Families Catch-Up in the Park - Sunday 9th September
  • Entertainment Books 2018-2019 ​
  • P&F Meeting - 27th August
  • P&F AGM:  Re-election of Committee Members at the P&F AGM on 5th November

Father’s Day Breakfast

Friday 31st August 2018 –  7.00 to 8:30 am.  Book now!

A St Pius X College tradition, the Father's Day breakfast is always well attended and a lot of fun for all boys and dads.   The P&F asks for a $7 contribution per family to cover the costs of bacon and egg rolls, muffins, juice and coffee.  Please click here to book.

 

Year 5 Families Catch-Up in the Park 

Sunday 9th September:  Come along and catch up with other Year 5 families at Beauchamp Park on Sunday 9th September (Raindate 23rd September) between 2.00 - 4.00pm.  See the invitation below for details.

 

Entertainment Books 2018-2019 

Hard Copy Book Orders Closing Soon

Please support your P&F and our boys, and save loads of money at the same time!  Order your Entertainment Books and Digital Memberships via the link below and 20% of your Membership fee contributes to St Pius X College P&F fundraising.

We have now run out of stock of hard copy books, but take advantage of the special offers (below) and get your book posted to you directly.

 

Special Offer – Book Orders  - FREE POSTAGE (from 16th August)

Orders needs to be made through the online payment page  https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/2061c61

Digital orders are downloaded directly through the order process.  Please contact Clare at [email protected] if you have any questions.

 

P&F Meeting

The next P&F Meeting will be held on Monday 27th August in the Sarto Centre at 7.30pm.  Pizza will be provided.

 

P&F Committee - Re-election of Members at AGM on 5th November

As mentioned over the last 6 months the majority of the current P&F Committee will be finishing up at the end of this year. Thus it is time to welcome in a new Team and Committee Members.

The P&F is an integral part of the school community, supporting many activities your son(s) participate in throughout the year, such as the Kokoda Expedition, Boxercise, Robotics, PAPA and Science Competitions  to name a few.  Without the P&F many initiatives that your son participates in cannot continue to be supported.

Being part of the P&F Committee is flexible & fun. It requires only four meetings per year, 1 per term, and a handful of events over the course of the year, thus you can volunteer to any capacity that suits your busy lives. Being a committee member is a rewarding way for parents to be more involved in the College, meet new people, and to have a direct say in the decisions and outcomes of the P&F, representing all parents of the College and contributing to the College and the students, and conducting social activities for the parents.  The team is assisted by a significant number of volunteers from within the school community who help out at each event, making it a productive, social and satisfying way of being involved in the school community.

 

Roles that will become Vacant at the AGM and require new volunteers:

  • Vice President – currently Rodger Paino (Year 12)
  • Assistant Secretary – Nadine Robson (Years 11 & 8)
  • Social Committee – Vacant
  • Communications Team – Viv Raynor (Year 12), Nadine Robson (Years 11 & 8) and 
    Rodger Paino (Year 12)

Existing Committee members who will re -nominate, but positions are still open to other nominees:

  • President – Braelen Zwart (Years 12 & 8)
  • Secretary – Sarah Gillard (Year 7)
  • Treasurer – Thomas Lau (Year 6)

 ***  All Parents are urged to consider getting involved *** 

Please feel free to contact any of the representatives to discuss roles and get an understanding of what is required.

Nadine Robson - Assistant Secretary P&F

[email protected]

0412 272 056


Department News

Photo: The Junior School Choir performed at the IPSHA concert at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening

  • Performing Arts
  • Science

Performing Arts

YEAR 11 DRAMA PERFORMANCE NIGHT:  Congratulations to the Year 11 Drama students and their teacher Ms Lindley on an entertaining evening of monologues and group performances last Wednesday. A range of characters and emotions were explored through thought-provoking and humorous scripts, which captivated the appreciative audience.

IPSHA PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL:  Congratulations to the Junior Choir, Ms Waters and Ms Rawle on their performance at the IPSHA Performing Arts Festival last night at the Sydney Town Hall. The boys sang “I Am the Earth” beautifully and were impeccably behaved and groomed, all which were noticed and prasied by teachers from other schools. In addition to their individual item, the boys also participated in a massed choir which gave them the opportunity to get to know and work with students from other schools. Thank you also to Lachlan Donlevy (Year 11) and Andrew Guerrera (Year 8) who have been assisting with Thursday morning rehearsals.

YEAR 8 MUSIC FLASH MOB:  Last Friday some Year 8 Music students presented an impromptu performance for the ladies in Student Administration, whilst others received a guitar masterclass from Kieran Zucconi (Year 10).

 

COLLEGE ORCHESTRA WORKSHOP:  The workshop which is scheduled for this coming Sunday 19th August has been cancelled.

 

UPCOMING DIARY DATES

Week 6:   Thursday 30th August - Year 12 Drama HSC Performance Examinations

Week 6:   Friday 31st August - P&F Father’s Day Breakfast: Junior, Intermediate and Senior Guitar Ensembles

Week 7:   Thursday 6th September - Splinters, Splashes, Sound and Stage: Year 12 Music and Drama students, Senior String Quartet

Week 7:   Friday 7th September - Twilight Concert: Ensembles to be advised

 

ACTING EXPERIENCE YOUTH THEATRE ENSEMBLE:  The Acting Experience Youth Theatre Ensemble will be presenting the Australian play, Così by Louis Nowra in October at the Zenith Theatre, McIntosh & Railway Streets, Chatswood.

It is Melbourne, 1971 and Lewis, a recent uni graduate, has landed his first job - directing a play in a mental institution. As a first time director Lewis wants to do something easy, however Roy, one of the inmates, has other ideas. Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte is Roy’s dream!  Thus, Lewis embarks on the emotional roller coaster of directing a group of mental patients to perform a masterpiece. Set against the backdrop of the protests against the Vietnam War, Così follows Lewis’ discovery of reality, love and humanity within the walls of a mental asylum.

Performance dates: Thursday 4th, Friday 5th and Saturday 6th October,  commencing at 8.00pm

Tickets: Student/Concession: $27.50, Adult: $32.00 and can be purchased through http://www.youththeatre.actexp.com.au/

Ms T Bates - Performing Arts Coordinator

 

Science

NATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM (NYSF) 2019

Congratulations to Daniel Scipioni and Ruairi O’Kane from Year 11, on their selection for a place at the prestigious NYSF to be held in Canberra in January 2019.

To celebrate the selection of 2019’s NYSF students, the NSW Governor, His Excellency General The Hon David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd), Governor of New South Wales and Mrs Linda Hurley, will be hosting an afternoon tea for NSW NYSF students on the afternoon of Wednesday 26th September at Government House.

 

SCIENCE OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS IN YEARS 7-9:  SPACE SQUAD

Space Squad is a five day immersive experience for students in Years 7 to 9 from across Australia. Hosted at YMCA Bush Capital Lodge in Canberra, the action-packed itinerary includes a visit to the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, drone flight and robotics workshops, rocket launching, telescope tutorials, exclusive tours at Mount Stromlo Observatory and a whole lot more.  

The next session is from Monday 1st to Friday 5th October 2018, the fifth camp since it began in 2016. There will also be a Space Squad running in December and January and even more sessions next year.

Apply now:  Students can apply now at the following link: https://mailchi.mp/ymca/spacesquadoct18 

Applications close Monday 27th August at 12 noon.

Ms J Black - Science Coordinator

Learning Support
& Enrichment

  • Thank you to our Parent-Provision Helpers
  • A useful resource to help your son with his note-taking
  • Information for Parents and Carers 
  • Junior Maths Drop-in Centre
  • 7-9 Maths Drop-in Centre
  • 7-9 Enrichment Club ​
  • After-School Study Program

Thank you to our Parent-Provision Helpers, Kathy Bradford and Aline Murphy

LSE Staff extend our thanks, on behalf of our senior students, to Mrs Kathy Bradford (Mum of Andrew Bradford, Year 7) and to Mrs Aline Murphy (Mum of Dylan Murphy, Year 5). These wonderful Mums joined us in the LSE Department as Parent-Provision-Helpers, and provided vital reader assistance to our Year 12 students with approved provisions, during their Trial Exam block.

The boys involved have expressed their particular thanks in the face of such a stressful and busy exam block. We are very grateful for your assistance, thank you.

If other parents and carers are able to volunteer their time, and are interested in being a Parent-Provision-helper during other exam blocks throughout the year, please visit our volunteers page on the SPX website http://www.spx.nsw.edu.au/community/dsp-default.cfm?loadref=2266  or contact Joanne Raheb-Mol, LSW Coordinator, via email: [email protected]

A useful resource to help your son with his note-taking

Please find attached a useful resource, developed by the UK LearnHigher network, explaining the what and how of note-taking skills.

 

Information for Parents and Carers 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please note that all of the co-curricular LSE-run activities which are listed on this page, and held either before school, at lunchtime, or after-school, operate each week of term from Week 2 onwards EXCEPT where there are teacher absences, or where other school-based events (including staff meetings) cause clashes or late changes.

The College apologises for this, and asks that you please remain mindful of the events which are listed on page 1 of Woodchatta, where you have direct access to the Upcoming Events section, as well as the full College Calendar.  This will assist you and your son, should alternate plans be required.

For late or unscheduled changes that affect the After-School Study program in the Senior Library, a cancellation notice is placed on the glass doors of the Library at 2.45pm or earlier, for students to check on the relevant afternoon. We also suggest that you discuss any back-up contact and travel plans with your son, should any such changes affect his regular passage home.

Junior Maths Drop-in Centre

The Junior Maths Drop-in Centre will run each Friday morning from 8:10 – 8:45am. Boys may choose to bring along their maths questions, problems or homework. Alternatively boys can simply attend and work on set tasks provided by the teacher.

All Junior School boys are welcome to attend, on a regular or occasional basis, as it operates from Week 2 of each term. Please meet Mrs Barrett outside the Junior School Learning Enrichment Room at 8:10am on Friday mornings. Parents are encouraged to motivate your sons to attend and make good use of this resource.

For any queries about Junior Maths Drop-in, please contact Mrs Barrett at [email protected].

7-9 Maths Drop-in Centre

 

7-9 Enrichment Club

For all interested Year 7, 8 and 9 –  Day 10 Friday Lunchtime in LC1

7-9 Enrichment Club is on each Day 10 Friday lunchtime in LC1. Its aims are to promote opportunities for interested students who want to extend their thinking skills, enjoy learning and research challenges, and making new mates in other classes and year groups, as they engage in trivia quizzes, games, drama, online activities and more.

This is an informal and open club that will provide opportunities for students to practise up on creative thinking, problem-solving strategies and coding skills. Boys are encouraged to develop critical thinking, general knowledge and leadership skills through bringing in ideas and running projects or activities, in an area of personal strength or skill, and many activities will be geared to skilling boys up for competition entry opportunities (optional), including the annual Da Vinci Decathlon Competition. These may include vocabulary games, maths problems, lateral thinking puzzles, catchphrases, as well as self-generated research questions or sharing of topics of interest.

There is no cost for joining or attending at Enrichment Club, except for any solo competition entry fees which selected students may choose to participate in, and students will be well advised about these and parent permission notes sent home before time, whenever these opportunities arise.

If interested, just bring along your lunch and your imagination each Day 10 Friday Lunchtime in LC1. Ms Raheb-Mol looks forward to seeing you there. For further information or queries, please see or contact Ms Raheb-Mol at [email protected]

After-School Study Program

 

Ms J Raheb-Mol - Coordinator, Learning Support and Enrichment



Careers

  • Careers News
  • Careers Newsletter   

Careers News

SAVE THE  DATE:  SPX TAFE PARENT INFORMATION EVENING

Parents and Year 10 students interested in TAFE Studies in 2019 (Year 11, 2019) are invited to attend the presentation evening on Thursday 23rd August at 6.00pm in the Sarto Centre.  Information will be provided about ATAR and Non ATAR courses, locations, study options, payment and work placements. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and get all the information you need for a successful course of study.

 

UNIVERSITY & TAFE OPEN DAY SEASON 

When considering options post SPX, it is important to be informed and organised with your choices. Open Days provide an opportunity to ask questions, gather information and visit facilities. Please refer to attachment for more dates.

 

STUDY OVERSEAS INFORMATION EVENING

Wednesday 29 August | 5.00 – 7.30pm | Ascham School | Packer Foyer and Theatre

The intention of this evening is to provide Year 10, 11 and 12 students and parents with an opportunity to speak with international tertiary institutions from the USA, Canada, the UK, Japan and Abu Dhabi about undergraduate tertiary study. EducationUSA will deliver a presentation about the USA undergraduate application process in the Packer Theatre from 7 - 7.30pm.

This event is free - registration is now open at www.trybooking.com/406832 

This event will be held in the Packer Foyer at Ascham School, 188 New South Head Road, Edgecliff. There is NO onsite parking. Ascham has easy access directly across the road from Edgecliff Station and there is plenty of parking available in the Edgecliff Shopping Centre.

Any enquiries may be directed to Gillian Sloan, Tertiary Education and Careers Adviser at [email protected]

 

Careers Newsletter

Ms D Janes - Senior Studies Coordinator and Careers Adviser


Senior School Sport

Photo: Welcome to the 2018/2019 Cricket Season! Registrations are now open.

  • Cricket
  • Football 
  • Rugby
  • ISA Tennis

Cricket 

Registrations for the 2018/2019 season are OPEN! Registration can be made here: www.trybooking.com/405015

SPX Cricket fields teams in Opens (1st XI and 2nd XI ISA), and U16 down to U12 (MWJCA). Please see attached Welcome to SPX Cricket document.

This season, the Cricket Club are intending to continue the U15 Development Squad concept from last season, as well as extending grading into the younger age groups.  This will be dependent on registration numbers and the structure of the MWJCA competition.  Any questions can be emailed to [email protected] 

SPX Cricket Skills Day will be conducted on Sunday 26 August at Oxford Falls. Further details to follow.

Welcome to the 2018/2019 Season!!

Mr D Reay - Cricket Convenor

 

Football

Dear Parents and Players,

Last Saturday saw the last of the season proper games with some fine wins, highlighted by the 10-1 victory of the 14C side.

We now move into the semi finals.  Please note that for the semi finals, if scores are level there will be two periods of 5 minutes of extra time played, followed by penalties if required.

Good luck to all teams playing this weekend and we hope to see you in the Grand Finals the following week!

Save the date:  Football presentation Night - Wednesday 5th September.

Mr S Yue - Senior Football Convenor

 

FOOTBALL CLUB NEWS

This Saturday is the Semi Finals for the ISA senior competition. Congratulations to the nine teams that are in the Finals this weekend.

Special mention for the 1st XI who finished top of the table in Division 1 with a close draw on Saturday against St Spyridon's to end the season undefeated in regular rounds.   We wish all our teams every success in the semis.

If you haven’t sent a team photo please get them in this week.  Thanks to those parents who have already sent in some great shots but we still need team shots for 13C, 13D,  14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, 16A and the 3rds.  If we don’t get a team photo your team won’t appear in the magazine.  We really need these team photos.

Send your photos to [email protected]  Save this to your phone and upload those photos as soon as you take them.

Rodger Paino - SPX Football Committee

 

Rugby

Senior Rugby Results 4th August

Senior Rugby Fixtures 18th August 

This weekend is the final home game of the season, with most sides playing away at St Gregory’s College in Campbelltown, except for the 16Cs who play St Patrick's at Strathfield and 13Cs who play Sydney Grammar at Weigall Field.

St Pius X Rugby Raffle

A reminder that all tickets are to be returned to school, sold or unsold, by Wednesday 22nd August, in an envelope with the family's name clearly marked on the front. The raffle will be drawn at the Rugby Club social on Saturday 25th August.

Mr J Lynch - Rugby Convenor

 

 

 

FROM THE RUGBY CLUB 

End of Season Social Function – from 5pm Saturday, 25th August – The Willoughby Hotel – Please Book Your Free Tickets now!!

As a ‘thank you’ to all our SPX Rugby Supporters, the Rugby Supporters’ Club will be holding an ‘End of Season Social Get Together’ at the Willoughby Hotel (315 Penshurst Street, Willoughby) from 5pm on Saturday 25th August. The Rugby Club, through the hotel, will provide a good selection of high quality ‘stand-up’ food and the only thing that those attending will have to pay for will be their own drinks at normal pub bar prices.

We will have the whole first floor to ourselves with two televisions showing live coverage of the Wallabies v All Blacks Bledisloe Cup Test Match from Eden Park in New Zealand from 5.30pm. (There will be plenty of room for those who want to get away from the televisions).

Children are most welcome – we will have a table tennis competition on the night for the children.

On the night we will have a number of lucky door prizes, including the opportunity to win two free tickets to the 2019 SPX Rugby Club Dinner, and a free ticket to the upcoming inaugural SPX Rugby Supporters’ Club Golf Day starting at 1pm on Wednesday 12th December at Roseville Golf Club.

There will be no fund raising at the function - the only thing you will need money for are your own drinks!

To assist us with catering for the function please book your free tickets now - this link will take you directly to the TryBooking Site to book your tickets: www.trybooking.com/390673

 

‘Monster Raffle’ Tickets – To be returned by next Wednesday

An SPX Rugby student from each family has been issued with a book of 20 x $5 raffle tickets in the Rugby Club’s Monster Raffle to sell. There are ten great prizes to be won, with the first prize being a ‘Hunter Valley Accommodation Experience’ valued in excess of $1,500. If the raffle book has not arrived home yet,  you might just check that your boy has not left it in the bottom of his school bag!

For every full book of 20 tickets that a student sells he will get a ticket in a raffle with the chance to win a $200 gift voucher.  There will be separate raffles for students in the Junior College and the Senior College.

All tickets and monies are to be returned to school via the silver box at the Finance Office (sold or unsold), by next Wednesday 22nd August, in a sealed  envelope with the family's name clearly marked on the front. The raffle will be drawn at the Rugby Club social on Saturday 25th August.

 

Save the Date:  Wednesday, 12th December 2018 – Inaugural SPX Rugby Club Golf Day at Roseville Golf Club  from 1pm - ‘Ambrose Shotgun Start’.  Further details next week.

(Please note the date has now been moved from initially notified date of 28th November).

 

Paul O'Neill - President SPX Rugby Club

 

ISA Tennis

What a great weekend to round out the season for our tennis players! The last matches of the main competition saw eight of our ten teams come away victorious, with some exciting and very convincing wins.

The Finals will be played this weekend at Barker College, with teams ranked first or second playing off for the title. We wish all the best of luck to our Division 5 and 7 teams for this weekend: Tom Ryan, Reuben Cuasay, John McKinnon, Nathan Constantino, Alessandro Muranty, Adam Ignatius, Patrick O'Brien, Aiden Saraceno, Zachary Bull and Alec Ramsbottom.

Round 10 Results

  • Div 1: CCGS Win 4(36)-4(25)
  • Div 2: BAR Win 8-0
  • Div 3: CCGS Win 8-0
  • Div 4: CHEV Loss 7-1
  • Div 5: CCGS Win 8-0
  • Div 6: BAR Win 7-1
  • Div 7: CCGS Win 7-1
  • Div 8: CHEV Win 8-0
  • Div 9: CCGS Win 6-2
  • Div 10: STAUG Loss 8-0 

 

Final Rankings

  • Div 1: 4th place
  • Div 2: 4th place
  • Div 3: 4th place
  • Div 4: 4th place
  • Div 5: 2nd place
  • Div 6: 4th place
  • Div 7: 2nd place
  • Div 8: 3rd place
  • Div 9: 3rd place
  • Div 10: 6th place 

Ms A O'Brien - ISA Tennis Convenor

Junior School News & Sport

Photo: Author Visit for Year 6

  • Junior School News
  • Highlights from the Junior Resource Centre
  • Junior School Sport

Junior School News

PRAYER/REFLECTION:  Yesterday was the Feast day of my favourite saint, Maximillian Kolbe.  I discovered this morning that his middle name is Mary because he had an amazing devotion to Mary and he gave his life for another. It is very appropriate that his feast day is the day before the Feast of the Assumption where Mary was raised into Heaven.  I will mention Maximillian next week.

This morning Bishop David spoke about the tradition in the Catholic Church of praying to Mary and to the communion of saints, those who have gone before us.  He asked us to say a Hail Mary today. 

 

 

Father in heaven,
all creation rightly gives you praise,
for all life and all holiness come from you.
In the plan of your wisdom
she who bore the Christ in her womb
was raised body and soul in glory to be with him in heaven.
May we follow her example in reflecting your holiness
and join in her hymn of endless love and praise.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Amen.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS/ACTIVITIES

Bookweek:  Today Year 6 had author John Heffernan talk to them about the novel they have been studying, Hotaka.  This is a prelude to Bookweek which is next week.  The Theme is ‘Find your Treasure’ and next Tuesday we have a Bookweek parade which is a lot of fun.  It will be held in Period 1 and parents are most welcome to come and enjoy the festivities.  It could be your last chance to see your son in a parade of this type as they could become 'too cool for school' in the secondary school.  The  boys really get into this parade with enthusiasm, so please support your son with an outfit.    On Wednesday the boys will hear from a visiting author, Mick Elliott.  Thankyou to Mrs Martin for organising these activities and let's encourage our boys to read.

 

Walkathon:  On Thursday 23rd August we will be holding the annual Walkathon for Charity.  Please encourage your son to get sponsors  (remind them to do this safely and remember stranger danger) and all money goes to people less fortunate than ourselves which is explained  below. 

 

Grandfather, Father and Son sporting afternoon and Barbeque:  On Thursday 30th August we will have a sporting afternoon where the Granddads and dads or significant male figures (such as an uncle etc), come along and play some sport with the boys, followed by a barbeque.  In order to organise catering and the sport we ask that you complete the form in this link:  https://bit.ly/2MNcoAD   

A call to arms for any mums or grandmothers:  if you would like to help with the barbeque on this day that would be appreciated.  The barbequeing starts at 11 am whereas the sport commences at 11.45 am. The aim is to have enough mums (grandmothers are mums) so that you can do shifts, allowing you to go and support your sporting warriors.

 

IPSHA Performing Arts Festival:  Brilliant! Memorable! The Junior School were brilliant in their performance at the Sydney Town Hall last night.  They were few in number but big in quality and  produced a beautiful individual performance around our Theme, ‘Stewards of Creation.’  Then they performed three songs in the finale with a combined choir of 400 students.   It was a wonderful evening. 

 

NAPLAN Online:   The school has been informed that, due to the fact that we participated in the NAPLAN Online practice last year, we do not need to participate this year.

 

BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge:

REMINDER :   PLEASE COMPLETE PARENTAL PERMISSION SLIP AND SEND TO YOUR SON’S CLASS TEACHER.  The boys have a copy in their bags.

It is coming time for the annual Computational Thinking Challenge run by Bebras International & CSIRO in Australia.  It is part of an international initiative whose goal is to promote Computational Thinking amongst students.  We would like all the boys to participate in the challenge.  Last year the results were very positive but we do need a parental permission slip completed and sent back to your son’s classroom teacher for collation. Please ensure you return the permission slip so that your son can participate as Computational thinking is a skill that will stand them in good stead in the future. Bebras is aligned with and supports the new Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum.

The Challenge is FREE to take part and is delivered online and it will most likely be held during the Computing Class times strictly between the following dates 3rd – 14th September 2018.   Once started, there is a 50 minute countdown timer that permits students to enter answers once they start the competition.  This is a one-off chance so must be completed in Class time.

We keep a minimal amount of information on the Bebras systems – first & last name, username, class/grade and gender.  This information enables us to administer the competition (student log in to comp) and produce certificates at the completion of the competition.

Prior to the running of the competition, the Consent/permission Form below must be completed by parents/guardians.

The Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge started in Australia in 2014 through the CSIRO Education & Outreach program, Digital Careers. However the Bebras Challenge has a long and world wide history.  Starting in Lithuania in 2004 by Prof. Valentina Dagiene from University of Vilnius, Bebras started with 3470 students from 146 schools.  The Bebras Challenge has grown so much that there are now almost 60 countries with over 1.6 million students participating last year alone!  In case you’re wondering, Bebras is the Lithuanian word for beaver.  The International Bebras Community chose this name because beavers endeavour for perfection in their every day activities. They are known to be hard working and intelligent, so it’s only right that the challenge be named after them.  This fits in beautifully with our college motto of hard work.  More information may be found on the Bebras website:  https://www.bebras.edu.au/

I would like to thank Mr Joseph Lai our Technology & Applied Studies (Computing) teacher for his organisation of this worthwhile event.

 

GIFTED AND TALENTED EVENING

Please find below a flyer advertising an evening (6:30-7:30pm on Monday 3rd September) at Knox Grammar Prep School organised by The Northside Gifted and Talented Network for parents and teachers of Gifted Students Who Are Not Thriving At School.  Cost: $10 per person. 

Register via this link:  https://www.trybooking.com/WIBN

 

P&F NEWS & EVENTS   

Full details of all events, including meeting dates and Junior School Events, please visit the P&F page of this newsletter.  

 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR TERM 3

  • Tuesday 21st August:  Book Week parade – start planning now!  Theme – ‘Find your Treasure’.
  • Tuesday 28th August:  Rugby Presentation night.
  • Thursday 30th August:  Grandfather, Father and Son Sporting Afternoon from 11.45am to 2.00pm.  It would be great if you could experience this bonding experience with your son/grandson.  Any mums or grandmothers who wish to assist me with the sausage BBQ would be appreciated.  We have new BBQs now!
  • Friday 31st August:  P&F Father’s Day breakfast - 7.00-8.30am (see P&F page for details)
  • Monday 3rd September:  SPX Patron’s Holiday.  Work out child care/house visits etc.
  • Wednesday 5th September:   Winter sports photos- boys need to have their gear for the photos including their boots (no mouth guards required!)
  • Wednesday 5th September:  Football presentation night.
  • Sunday 9th September:  Year 5 Families Catch-Up in the Park  (see P&F page for details)

TERM 3 CALENDAR

 

Thanking you for your support.

Mr T Long - Head of Junior School

 

Highlights from the Junior Resource Centre

CBCA BOOK WEEK 20-24 August 2018:  This year’s theme FIND YOUR TREASURE

Book Week celebrations begin with our Costume Parade on Tuesday 21st August at 9:00am in the Junior School playground. Mark this date in your diary, and pop in if you are free.

Fiction Titles.. FIND YOUR TREASURE!

  • Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye – Geronimo Stilton
  • Treasure Hunters – James Patterson
  • Treasure Island – Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Deltora Quest – Emily Rodda
  • The Treasure Box – Margaret Wild
  • Dragon Blood Pirates – Dan Jerris

Celebrate Book Week with author Mick Elliott – Wednesday 22 August 2018 (Week 5)

Introducing the funniest Australian kids' author in years, with a tale of snake-skinned baddies, genetically modified hamsters, car chases, and a main character who discovers that he is a shape-shifter right in the middle of the school library.

Mick is the author of the zany middle-grade series The Turners. He also works as a producer at Nickelodeon. We look forward to meeting Mick as he takes us on a rollicking ride into a fantastic world of weirdness.

 

 

Year 6 Author visit – John Heffernan

On Wednesday our Year 6 young readers spent the morning with Award Winning Australian author John Heffernan.  John spoke about how he researched and planned writing HOTAKA and he also gave us an insight into his latest book, NAVEED.

 

Mrs Martin’s Book Trail – Mopoke by Philip Bunting

This is a Mopoke. Mopoke loves peace and quiet. He is about to find out that you can't always get what you want. One of my favourite books at the moment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Premier’s reading Challenge 2018

A reminder that the PRC finishes Friday 31st August 2018 at midnight.  Happy Reading!

 

 

Mrs E Martin - Junior Librarian

 

 

 

Junior School Sport

Father and Son Sports Day:  On Thursday 30th August we will hold our annual Father and Son Sports Day at Oxford Falls. We look forward to welcoming dads, grand-dads and male relations to this fantastic wider school community event. Arrival is 11.30am for 11.45am start time. A BBQ lunch will follow at 1.15pm.

Students require normal PE clothes and will be active irrespective of their father’s participation. We also require mums/non-participants to assist with feeding such a large, ravenous horde. To register as an attending Father/Grandfather or helping mum please click on this link and complete the relevant form.

 

Thursday Sport: at Oxford Falls. Summer trials begin for Basketball, Cricket, Softball and Tennis (at Roseville).

 

Athletics: The Shore Carnival takes place this Saturday at Narrabeen. Training continues on Mondays and Wednesdays at Rotary Athletics Field, Mowbray Road West, Lane Cove. Sessions run from after school until 4.55pm and a bus returns students to Chatswood if not collected from the venue.

 

Cricket: All players wishing to play for the College this summer must register online through Trybooking. Follow this link to register for the season - https://www.trybooking.com/405015

Trials begin at Sport on Thursday 16th August and resume on the 6th September. Players can bring their own gear (the school does provide most items as training kit if required).

 

Rugby

Rugby Presentation Evening: takes place for all players on Tuesday 28th August from 5.30pm – 6.50pm in the Sarto Centre (allowing parents to attend the Senior Presentation in the Gym from 7.00pm). Boys will be required to wear school uniform. All players will be acknowledged on stage for their season’s efforts and major award winners will be presented.

 

Rugby Results:

Mr G Virgona - Junior School Sportsmaster

 

From the Rugby Development Officer 

Prep Rugby, “Simply the best”

Sport doesn’t get any better than last Saturday at Oxford falls!

Some exhilarating rugby with two of our prep teams, 12As and 11Bs, finishing the season unbeaten,  and afterwards an assortment of cakes and goodies befitting a royal wedding!!

There is so much talent in our prep teams. They train and play with enthusiasm, commitment and a huge desire to win. Plus - and here’s the bonus - lots of character. There are also lots of characters in our prep teams, a coaching challenge in itself!

Team mobility is the way forward for young players and our support-based style of play endorses this. Coaches and parents want to see their sons running and enthusiastic on a Saturday morning. Sometimes it takes a few minutes to kick in, ( for the coaches also) but when it does we are unbeatable.

Finally a huge thank you to Paul O’Neil, the rugby support group, and parents for the concluding presentation, which was a superb mixture of fun and munching, perfectly pitched.

Senior rugby can look forward to the arrival of a new batch of talent in 2019.

Mike Penistone - Rugby Development Officer

 

From the Rugby Club 

End of Season Social Function – from 5pm Saturday, 25th August – The Willoughby Hotel – Please Book Your Free Tickets now!!

As a ‘thank you’ to all our SPX Rugby Supporters, the Rugby Supporters’ Club will be holding an ‘End of Season Social Get Together’ at the Willoughby Hotel (315 Penshurst Street, Willoughby) from 5pm on Saturday 25th August. The Rugby Club, through the hotel, will provide a good selection of high quality ‘stand-up’ food and the only thing that those attending will have to pay for will be their own drinks at normal pub bar prices.

We will have the whole first floor to ourselves with two televisions showing live coverage of the Wallabies v All Blacks Bledisloe Cup Test Match from Eden Park in New Zealand from 5.30pm. (There will be plenty of room for those who want to get away from the televisions).

Children are most welcome – we will have a table tennis competition on the night for the children.

On the night we will have a number of lucky door prizes, including the opportunity to win two free tickets to the 2019 SPX Rugby Club Dinner, and a free ticket to the upcoming inaugural SPX Rugby Supporters’ Club Golf Day starting at 1pm on Wednesday 12th December at Roseville Golf Club.

There will be no fund raising at the function - the only thing you will need money for are your own drinks!

To assist us with catering for the function please book your free tickets now - this link will take you directly to the TryBooking Site to book your tickets: www.trybooking.com/390673

 

‘Monster Raffle’ Tickets – To be returned by next Wednesday

An SPX Rugby student from each family has been issued with a book of 20 x $5 raffle tickets in the Rugby Club’s Monster Raffle to sell. There are ten great prizes to be won, with the first prize being a ‘Hunter Valley Accommodation Experience’ valued in excess of $1,500. If the raffle book has not arrived home yet,  you might just check that your boy has not left it in the bottom of his school bag!

For every full book of 20 tickets that a student sells he will get a ticket in a raffle with the chance to win a $200 gift voucher.  There will be separate raffles for students in the Junior College and the Senior College.

All tickets and monies are to be returned to school via the silver box at the Finance Office (sold or unsold), by next Wednesday 22nd August, in a sealed  envelope with the family's name clearly marked on the front. The raffle will be drawn at the Rugby Club social on Saturday 25th August.

 

Save the Date:  Wednesday, 12th December 2018 – Inaugural SPX Rugby Club Golf Day at Roseville Golf Club  from 1pm - ‘Ambrose Shotgun Start’.  Further details next week.

(Please note the date has now been moved from initially notified date of 28th November).

 

Paul O'Neill - President SPX Rugby Club

 

Football: Round 10

Football Presentation Night takes place for all players on Wednesday 5th September from 5.30pm to 6.50pm in the Sarto Centre (allowing parents to attend the Senior Football Presentation in the Gym from 7.00pm).  Boys will be required to wear school uniform. All players will be acknowledged on stage for their season’s efforts and major award winners will be presented.

 

Mr P Cummins - Junior Football Convenor

 

 

AFL:  It was our last game of the season and we were up against St Pat’s who had beaten us in our previous encounter. There were many lessons that were learnt from that match and this time the SPX boys truly showed how to play hard, to never give up and to not let your team mate down.

During the game the boys gave it their all and, in an outstanding 3rd quarter, fought back to put a stop to the opposition’s scoring and came within a few points. But their wholehearted and committed effort, and the advantage of the opposition having four fresh substitutes, took its toll in the last quarter and St Pat’s came away with the win.

While the opposition were ‘overly’ happy with their win, I can take nothing away from the St Pius boys who won in the more important aspects of the game – total 100% effort, supporting your team mate, listening to your coach (and assistant Matthew Hunt) and for displaying excellent sportsmanship!

Player Points: 3- Whole team!!

As the season has ended I would like to thank all the parents and families for their support all season, to the Zahra family for the weekly oranges, all those who helped out with goal umpiring and Max Hollinger for his outstanding photography of each game.  Well done to all on a very enjoyable season!

 

Ms D Cummins - Junior AFL Convenor

Canteen & Uniform Shop

  • Canteen:  Volunteers Needed
  • Uniform Shop

Canteen

MARKET DAYS - CANTEEN CLOSED

Please note that the canteen will be closed at recess and lunchtime on Tuesday 4th and Tuesday 11th September due to Market Days.  It will be open before school from 8am until 8.45am only.  There will be no Flexischool facility and no orders taken.

 

Volunteers urgently needed on Mondays If you can assist please contact Anna on 9414 4301.  It's a wonderful opportunity to meet other parents and your help will be greatly appreciated.  

  • Volunteer roster for the next two weeks:

To see the full 2018 Canteen Roster please click below:

Ms M Erickson and Ms A Coombs - Canteen Supervisors

 

Uniform Shop

REGULAR TRADING HOURS:  

 MONDAYS, TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 8.00AM – 2.00PM IN TERM TIME

 

Price List is available on the College website.                                       

Orders can be placed:

Collection of Orders (whether made by phone or on-line):

  • Students in Years 7-12  will be sent an email when their order is ready asking them to collect it from the Uniform Shop. If it is not collected by end of school on Wednesdays, it will then be available from Student Reception as the Uniform Shop is not open on Thursdays and Fridays. This arrangement is to prevent interruptions to classes.
  • Junior School :  Orders will be given out at Assembly after lunchtime as required.

Blazer Buttons are available from shop - $2.00 each.   

Second-Hand Uniforms:  Parents are reminded that the Uniform Shop also sells second-hand uniforms, including Blazers. Please read the form below for information on providing second-hand clothing to the Uniform Shop.  

      Ms D Muirhead - Uniform Shop Supervisor

St Pius X College Newsletter
STUDY SKILLS TIP FOR AUGUST.pdf
Careers Newsletter Aug 6.pdf
Careers Newsletter August 15.pdf
Welcome to SPX Cricket - Season 2018-19.pdf
Football Results 4 August.pdf
FOOTBALL DRAW SATURDAY 11th AUGUST.pdf
FOOTBALL DRAW SATURDAY 18TH AUGUST.pdf
Senior Rugby Fixtures 18th August.pdf
Senior Rugby Results.pdf
CANTEEN ROSTER 2018.pdf
CANTEEN ROSTER 2018.pdf
CANTEEN ROSTER 2018.pdf
Second Hand Clothing Form.pdf
7-9 Maths Drop In Centre.pdf
AFTER SCHOOL STUDY.pdf
Notemaking Mindmap 10 top tips_achigherlearning.pdf
2018 Bebras Participation and Privacy Consent Form .pdf
walkathon letter 2018.pdf
Parent and Teacher Seminar - Gifted Students Who Are Not Reaching Their Full Academic Potential.pdf
2018 Bebras Participation and Privacy Consent Form .pdf
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2018 FULL Calendar 2 August 2018.pdf
Term Dates 2018.pdf
Year 5 Park Catchup Sept 18.pdf
FathersDayBreakfast2018.pdf
Debating Information.pdf
RIV024-College-Map-CMYK.pdf
Debating Information.pdf
Bright Futures program summary.pdf
Somerset 18 Oct & Dec Opens.pdf