|We would all like to enjoy success in our lives. Success can mean different things to different people.
In Senior School we take pride in the success of our students across a range of activities.
During day one of this term, when most students were enjoying the final day of their holiday break, the following students spent the day at the College successfully training for their First Aid Certificate:
Alex Barclay, Daniel Broer, Jemma Campbell, Jackson Cornish, Ellen Finley, Allyssa Gepp,
Kyle Giovannetti, Ethan Hadley, James Kalusche, Siobhan McGinn, Cooper Nickolai, Casey Pfeil,
Georgia Rohrsheim, Chelsea Schwartz, Chelsea Sutton, Briana Thornton
Early in the term, Ben Grantham, a Year 12 student, so impressed during his work experience trial, he was offered a panel beating apprenticeship with Peter Kittle Toyota. We wish him well as he pursues his preferred career pathway.
Year 12 Music students presented their solo performances, vocal and instrumental, at an evening that showcased not only their considerable talent but many weeks of hard work and practice.
The recent Year 11 Drama production of ‘Living with Lady Macbeth’ was entertaining and demonstrated our students’ ability to work together and to be inclusive of students from Gleeson who were also studying the subject across the One+ Campus.
The enthusiasm and caring demonstrated by our Year 12 students who were ‘buddies’ to the Reception classes at their Reception Welcome Assembly speaks well of the traditions and culture of the College.
Ryan Wood, Year 12, has been invited to a presentation evening at Pembroke, where he is to receive a High Distinction award in the Senior Division of the Schools Mathematics Competition.
Thank you to the Year 11 and 12 students who, throughout the week, so willingly work as baristas in the Wattle Centre to provide the students and staff with hot drinks.
And finally, our giant, outdoor chess set takes pride of place in the Wattle Courtyard and there has been a game in progress every recess and lunchtime since its arrival.
Yes indeed, there are many forms of success and these are just a few of the ones that we have been able to acknowledge and celebrate so far in Term Two.