MSPC Newsletter - Term 2 Week 10, 24th June 2021
HOUSE SYSTEM CHANGES
Mt St Patrick College has grown over the past few years to a stable student population of over 800. This has brought with it new staff and new opportunities and pressures. Over the same time the need for an improvement in the delivery of Student wellbeing has also gained greater prominence throughout the school sector. I am sure you are aware of the many issues that students are grappling with which is becoming challenging for everyone involved. We want to build upon the Mt St Patrick traditions in order to strengthen student outcomes and build a stronger College community. Some of the key factors of student wellbeing is that they are known, valued and belong. We also want the College to be a place where students are supported and celebrated. We believe that it is as part of a community where we grow as people. We have been looking at how we achieve this at the College and have spent time creating a working party, researching through school visits and through our own staff experiences at the various schools we have been involved in. The larger Mt St Patrick community will be stronger if we have many strong smaller communities within it. We believe that we can achieve this through a revamping of the College House system. The current model has served the College well, but we believe that growth in student numbers, combined with greater awareness of student needs require a change in the approach.
There will be an additional four houses added to a total of eight. This will mean there will be one Leader of Wellbeing for every 100 students (approximately). We hope that there will be less discipline and more positive relationships in this model and that this improved student ratio will assist in guiding students through their high school years successfully. We will be extending the vertical homerooms through to Year 12 and the senior students will have the same Leader of Wellbeing throughout their time at the College. From a family and College communication perspective, this will allow for greater consistency. The maturity of Year 12 students will see them better placed as role models for the younger years. This is not formal leadership, rather in the manner that they behave and embrace school life. There will also be additional formal student leadership opportunities. These will cover academic, sporting, mission, community and wellbeing areas. The aim is to offer a wide range of opportunities for all students, from competition through to community service.
Change is challenging and some students are disappointed that we are changing the system where they will not have Year 11 and Year 12 homerooms. The privileges that senior students have are being examined and I would hope that there will be more of these and certainly there will not be less. Initially we were planning on a launch in Term 4 of 2021, but we have identified that there are many areas to plan for a successful implementation and therefore we have decided to aim for Term 4 of 2022, which will mean our current Year 10 will be the first Year 12 under this model. The first three terms of 2022 will be transition where the additional Leaders of Wellbeing will assist in the care for the students in the existing houses whilst preparing for the change.
We are confident that this system will lead to improved care for students and a stronger community for Mt St Patrick College.
Please be aware if you visit a covid hotspot you will need to follow the NSW government advice which may mean isolation upon return. If this is the case could you please keep the College informed.
I wish everyone in our community a safe and happy mid-year holiday. Thank you for your continued support.
Be the Good and God Bless
Paul Reidy: Principal
Assistant Principal - Mission
As we begin holidays this Saturday 26th June I think most students, staff and parents are ready for a break from the school routine. Hopefully the break will be a time to re-energise, spend time with family and friends, enjoy the beauty of God’s creation and see the Blues defeat the Maroons again!
The final weeks of term have seen a variety of NAIDOC Week Celebrations culminating in a special College Assembly on Thursday 17th June that featured traditional dancing and storytelling. Our Vinnies group encouraged students to make donations of non-perishable goods and blankets in homerooms as-well-as monetary donations through a PJ Mufti Day for the St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal on June 16th. Thanks to parents for sending the students to school with these donations. All of these gifts were presented to the local Mary MacKillop Conference at today’s Sacred Heart Mass.
Term 3 will begin on Monday 12th July, Day 16. There will be Sport for Years 8 - 11 on Tuesday 13th July and Reflection Days with outside presenters, in the Gilbey Centre for Years 7, 9, 11 and 8 each day. We wish each year group a great day of reflecting on their lives so far.
Best wishes to Year 12 and Accelerating Year 11 students as they embark on a valuable four weeks of preparation before the Trial Examinations in Term 3 Week 3. Also to the Year 10 students, and generous staff, as they pack their bags and build up their adrenaline levels for the Canberra/Snowy adventure which also takes place in Week 3 of Term 3.
Mary-Anne McShane: Assistant Principal- Mission
REFLECTION DAYS ( Years 7, 8, 9 and 11)
All Years 7, 8, 9 and 11 Reflection days will take place first week of Term 3. Year 7, Tuesday 13th July; Year 8, Friday 16th July; Year 9, Wednesday 14th July and Year 11, Thursday 15th July (all in Week 1). These days are compulsory and are a vital part of the College Spiritual and Personal Development Programmes.
The Reflection days will be held in the Gilbey Centre and students will attend Homeroom and then move to the Gilbey Hall till 3.10pm. Students do not have to wear their uniforms on this day and mufti clothes are permissible. However, we ask that you supervise your son/daughter’s clothing so that, as per the Excursion Policy, it is both suitable and appropriate for such a day (ie: no thongs, singlets, plunging necklines or mid-rift tops). The cost of the day has been included as part of the College fees.
The days will be facilitated by Mr Chris Doyle, the Passionists Youth Retreat Team, or Mr Hogan Rogers who have both had extensive experience and expertise in working with young adults. The Retreats focus on the idea that every young person is grace filled and gifted and each day aims to develop self-esteem, self-respect, community spirit, positive decision making and leadership skills. The Religious Education teachers for that year will also attend wherever possible. We look forward to an enjoyable and rewarding day.
Michael O'Donohue: Leader of Evangelisation
Thank you to everyone for a busy but successful term. I wish all families a safe and relaxing break.
We ask for your support by ensuring that your child’s haircuts and uniform meet our college expectations when school resumes for Term 3. Often students arrive on the first day back with a cut or style that we view as extreme and parents are asked to collect their child to have it rectified.
The parent information that relates to the student Wellbeing diary for this week is below. It may provide you with a topic to speak to your children about.
Some students and families can find the holiday break difficult. I have attached some information and activities below that some may find useful:
- Interactive activities for young people on the headspace website on life issues, health and wellbeing, mental health, study & work, drugs and alcohol
- Free personalised professional support for parents/ carers to help you support teenagers through a tough time from ReachOut
- Free grief and loss counselling from Griefline. Griefline works with anyone experiencing grief and loss across Australia, inclusive of remote, regional, rural and metropolitan regions.
Their services are free and available 365 days a year. 1300 845 745 (6am - midnight)
Louise Shields: Leader of Welfare
Assistant Principal - Learning & Teaching
As we finish up Term 2, I would like to thank all the dedicated teachers for their commitment to providing the students with a quality education aimed at every student growing one year each year. Our focus this year is improving student writing through the Lyn Sharrat learning collaborative. Last week the teachers were involved in professional learning teams co- designing data walls which aim at the teachers studying data on each student and then planning to help all students grow by devising individual learning strategies
Our Indigenous students continue to educate the College about Indigenous Education. This week on assembly a variety of presentations celebrated NAIDOC Week. Our dance troupe performed and were joined by members of the Mt St Patrick Primary School. It is fantastic that the students are proud of their culture and happy to share their traditions with the College.
Year 12 have just completed their final assessment before the Trials in Week 3 next term and are receiving valuable feedback and recommendations for study during the study break (not holidays). Many subjects are providing students with opportunities to be involved in tutorials at the school over the next two weeks. I hope the students will take up the opportunities offered.
Year 11 are currently finishing the term with an assessment block. This assessment block will provide students with valuable feedback and provide teachers with data to guide their lessons over the next term.
YEAR 7-10 REPORTS
Reports will be emailed home this week. Please take the time to discuss the reports with your child and acclaim the positives. If you would like to discuss the reports with the teacher please make an appointment on Thursday 22nd July for the Parent/Teacher/Student Interview night for Year 8-10. Year 7 parents can contact the teacher by email if they wish to discuss details of the report.
Year 10 are currently going through the process of making decisions about future pathways and subject selections for Year 11 and 12. Students have completed a survey about their current thoughts and the Leaders of Learning are providing feedback on the survey sheet for parents and students to consider. The sheets will be returned to students prior to an interview day to discuss the student’s thoughts. Students must book a time for an interview on Thursday 15th July. Instructions about booking this meeting online will be emailed by the end of the week. Parents can attend the meeting with the student if they wish to. Some early morning and evening times have been provided. After this meeting students will make their subject choices which will then determine the lines for Year 11 2022.
I hope the students all have a restful holiday break and come back to school ready for Term 3.
Narelle Sherrah: Assistant Principal - Learning and Teaching
Dear Parents, Carers and Guardians
This term the College has been putting together a submission for the NCCD process and information regarding this can be found on this infographic below
If you have any questions or queries can you please let me know and I will be more than happy to assist you.
Have a great Holiday
Mr Edward Hodges: Learning Support Co-ordinator
Term 2 has been an exciting and very busy time for students who have been involved in a range of learning activities. It was a pleasure to witness the passion and hardwork of students across the year groups engaging in their classroom learning, completing final assessment tasks and participating in a range of extracurricular activities. Of special note were the Indigenous Dance Group students who delighted the college during assembly celebrating NAIDOC week and the talents of the Kaleidoscope Project students who wowed their teachers with the breadth of their creative talents while working with author, Zanni Louise. - See photo below. Week 10 has also seen Year 11 very focused in completing their Term 2 assessment block. Some of the impressive Investigating Science students’ assessment models are photographed below.
The holidays always offer a fabulous opportunity for students to be involved in reading for pleasure. The benefits of recreational reading are well documented. There are helpful websites that offer parents a range of strategies to help reluctant readers to become readers, and reading for pleasure is key. https://natlib.govt.nz/schools/reading-engagement/summer-reading/families-keeping-your-child-or-teen-reading-over-summer
Recommended book lists can be found on the Premier’s Reading Challenge website: https://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc/booklist/home.html
Assessment Term 3 - Weeks 1 and 2: The following table details assessments for Weeks 1 and 2:
YEAR 11 INVESTIGATING SCIENCE ASSESSMENT TASK
Jo McDonald: Leader of Curriculum
FROM THE SPORTS DESK
NRCC TOUCH FOOTBALL
Year 7 & 8 Girls
The girls first game was against Emmanuel College. Ava McCabe had a great start by scoring within the first minute. The girls played a great defensive line however they unfortunately went down in a close game 3-2. The second game was against Trinity Catholic College. The girls now working out their rhythm came together in a great victory of 4-1. The next game was against Woodlawn, levels were matched and the girls played really well leading to a tied game. The girls came a close 3rd in their pool, so they competed against McAuley College who were 3rd in their pool. The girls played a tough game and had a strong finish and were in high spirits, but were eventually defeated 4-1.
- Lisa Fauvette
Year 7 & 8 Boys
The boys started their first game well. Completing sets and forcing the opposition offside. Trinity managed to attack strongly down the left side and scored. Patties, Oliver Stephens, returned a try after a costly error by Trinity. With the boys fighting strong, the score was tied up at 1-1, however Trinity got lucky and scored a try right before the full time siren was sounded. The Second game was against Xavier, the boys played an excellent game, try after try. The boys came out on top with a comfortable win of 7-0. They put up a great fight. The last round was against St Joseph’s College. We lost 6-1 but the boys never put their head down and kept fighting for a try. Jack Bourke scored our only try by executing a great run down the left wing. The boys had a great day playing together and working together as a team.
- Mitch Rice
Year 9 & 10 Girls
On Tuesday 22nd June I had the pleasure of coaching thirteen young people in the beautiful sunny and windy seaside town of Ballina. The team was faced with the challenge of three round games; first up was Emmanuel Anglican College, McAuley College Grafton, then Xavier College. The team worked well and managed to get a couple of touchdowns on the board throughout the day. The team ended up coming third in POOL A and played off for 5th in their final game. Unfortunately, the girls were defeated by Trinity Catholic College ending the day with the girls placing 6th out of 8 teams. I would like to congratulate Imogen Andrews, Charlotte Foster, Elise Devery, Mahli Johnson, Jorja Evans, Kesley Wyborn, Kirrily Leach, Kiana McCabe, Morgan O’Connor, Ruby Van Den Driest, Savarna Wheatly, Lily Swan and Sienna Bull for great teamwork, sportspersonship and a positive attitude. A great day with a great group of students!
- Cassie Allen
Year 9 & 10 Boys
Eleven boys started the day very keen and ready to go. We spent 20 minutes going over key strategies for the day before coming up against St Joseph’s Banora. They were well drilled and came out winners 7-3. Next opponents were Mcauley College Grafton who were well coached. However, we were faster with our roll balls and some individual brilliance, winning 6 - 1. We needed to win our last round game against Trinity College to make the semi-finals. The boys built on some developing skills, such as playing the ball on the mark and running into space and won against Trinity 6 - 0. This then progressed us into a cross over match against Xavier College Ballina. Xavier proved too strong for our gallant players, winning 7 - 1. We played in a 3 and 4 position play off against Emmanuel College Ballina. Both teams competed until the last whistle with Emmanuel winning 4 - 1. A fantastic effort from a very pleasant and enthusiastic group of boys. They have enormous potential and tried all day to develop their skills. Well done on an excellent representation of MSPC!
- Josh McCormack
Parents, early this week an email was sent to all families asking for an indication of how your child is getting to the Athletics Carnival. We need to do this so we can give our bus company an accurate or as close to perfect as we can, number so we can get all students who need a lift to and from the Carnival in Kingscliff. If you have not completed this form, can you please ensure that it is completed before close of business Friday, or earlier if possible (see link below). Thank you in advance. Please remember parents, that staff will be at the Oval from around 7am if you wish to drop your son or daughter off.
Due to the constraints of travel to and from the venue, it has meant that the program does need to be adjusted slightly. The 1500m event will be held on the Murwillumbah Showgrounds infield on Monday 19th July (Day before the carnival). To get our distance events completed, the 800m event will be held on the morning of the Carnival starting at 8.15am. This will mean that any student that wishes to compete in this event will need to get their own way to Walter Peate Oval by 8am for marshalling. This is essential and unavoidable to ensure that all events can be completed. By doing this event early it also allows for travel time for the rest of the College.
I recently attended a carnival at Walter Peate Oval and whilst there is ample parking, some cars choose to park on the side of the road that connects Wommin Bay Aged care facility to Murphys Rd. This caused major difficulties for numerous buses that needed to drop students at the parking bay. Please DO NOT park on that connecting road at the end of Murphy’s Rd. There is plenty of parking along Murphys Rd and if full there is a grassed area for parking at the entrance to Cudgen Rugby League club. Please do not park in the club’s bitumen car park, this is reserved for club patrons only.
A copy of the suggested Carnival layout has been supplied to us from Tweed Little A’s which is attached below. I will ask that any parents who attend the carnival could you please sign in using the QR Code that will be displayed around the oval. Parents I would ask that you stay out of the competition area behind the safety barriers. This will restrict what you can see but is limited only to track events. Recent developments in Sydney has again reminded us of just how careful we need to be to stay safe during this pandemic. I would ask that you adhere to COVID restrictions and remember social distancing protocols.
There will be a canteen in operation and we thank Tweed Little A’s for this and as always there will be our tireless volunteer Parents and friends Association turning sausages to keep everyone well feed. Parents please pack enough sunscreen for your children and remind them to reapply regularly. House tents will be situated in between the track and the canteen and the long/triple jump areas.
For a copy of our College Athletic records click the link below. I am expecting students to break numerous records this year due to the new and improved competition facilities. Let’s hope for a sunny day with a gentle breeze.
SPORT SELECTIONS TERM 3
Students selected their Term 3 sport options last week. Hopefully you have discussed what options they were to select as some sports come with a cost per week which will be billed to your annual school fees. Students have been asked to check their selections and make any changes needed (if possible) this week as they will not be able to make any changes during Term 3.
During Term 2 students in Yr’s 7 & 8 compete in an Interhouse Competition called the Jubilee Cup. Students compete in Touch Football, Volleyball, Netball and Soccer. Points are awarded for winning but teams have the opportunity to earn points for co-operation, house spirit and team work.
Weekly points are accrued and the winner, for the very last time can be seen below.
IMPORTANT TERM 3 DATES
Tuesday 13th July - Sport begins for students 7 – 11
Monday 19th July - 1500m event to be held at Murwillumbah Showground oval, 9 – 11am
Tuesday 20th July - College Athletics Carnival – Walter Peate Oval, Kingscliff 800m events start at 8.15am
Wednesday 21st July – Diocesan Touch Football - Ballina
Friday 23rd July – Queensland Streetsmart Cup Aussie Rules Regional Finals at Springfield Sporting Complex Junior boys team and Open Girls teams.
Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th August Diocesan Junior Basketball Competition – Coffs Harbour
Monday 9th August NRCC Junior Aussie rules Gala Day – Byron Bay
Thursday 12th August Diocesan Athletics Carnival – Coffs Harbour
Monday 16th August NRCC Intermediate Aussie Rules Gala Day – Byron Bay
Tuesday 17th – Thursday 19th August NSWCCC Girls Open Hockey Championships – Newcastle
Wednesday 1st – Friday 3rd September Diocesan Netball Championships – Port Macquarie
Friday 3rd September NSWCCC Athletics - Sydney
Wednesday 8th September NRCC Basketball - Lismore
Tim Whitney: Sports Co-ordinator
PITCH FOR CHANGE 4 YOUTH
Throughout Term 2, twenty-two students from the Year 11 Catholic Faith in Action classes, plus seven keen tech students from Year 7 and 8 have participated in Pitch for a Change 4 Youth. These students have been supported by staff members Natalie Webster, Madi Van Rosi, Brodie Palmer, Luke Doepel, Grace Molloy and Angela Finkel.
According to a survey conducted by Vic Health in 2019, one in six adolescents aged 12 to 17 experience loneliness. Loneliness leads to an increased risk of mental ill health, in particular social anxiety and depression.
Together with the other local high schools, students have been challenged to create a project to strengthen social connectedness and help improve the lives of young people by solving youth loneliness in the 2484 area. Students attended workshops to create and plan their projects.
On Monday, May 31 The Big Pitch was held with invited guests and a panel of judges. Each team had five minutes to pitch their project idea. Prize money of $2500 was distributed to the teams and offers of mentoring from local community members to assist with fulfilling their projects.
Many thanks to Marlena Basser, Carmen Stewart and Latrell Hampton for their guidance and support throughout this valuable opportunity. Congratulations to all four teams from Mt St Patrick College.
Second place (joint)- $350 The Pavement Project: painting board games on concrete areas around the school to provide opportunities for students to get together and have fun.
Second place (joint)- $350 Year 7 & 8 Bring a Mate: an afternoon of fun, food and games for junior students to connect and compete together.
Third place- $200 In their Shoes: a virtual reality simulation to demonstrate issues of discrimination.
Mentoring + $100- Body Image: an initiative to provide education to students on body acceptance.
We look forward to students completing their projects next term.
Angela Finkel: Leader of Catechesis
Congratulations to all the students who were part of the College Creative and Performing Arts Showcase staged on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd June. The Gilbey Centre was abuzz with excitement and activity on both nights as family, fellow students, friends, staff, parishioners and local community members came to experience the creative and performing skills of the students’. An art exhibition as well as musical and drama performances were showcased.
The evenings began with our own indigenous dancers giving a moving Welcome to Country. This was followed by Drama performances from the Year 9, Preliminary and HSC Drama classes. The musical talents of our students featured throughout both evenings with vocal, instrumental, rock band and choral pieces taking centre stage. This was complemented by the exemplary works of the Year 7 to HSC Art students which were on exhibition.
Nights like these cannot go ahead without the hard work and dedication of the teaching staff. An incredible amount of time was spent by staff preparing and rehearsing with students, setting up and packing up and let’s not forget the Year 11 and 12 Entertainment students who provided backstage and onstage support. It’s great to see the students being supported in their creative endeavours.
Clara Cahill: Leader of Learning - CAPA
On Thursday 10 June, the Yr 10 Elective History class went to Fingal Heads. Once we arrived, Uncle Frank welcomed us to Country. Uncle Frank showed us the different bush tucker and produce that is used by the Bundjalung people and which grows in the local area of Fingal. We tried spinach, pig face, berries, sour berries and mangrove leaves which can be licked for salt. He also showed us bark that is made into string, mud crabs, lemon myrtle leaves and soap leaf.
Uncle Frank then took us for a walk around the Headland and beach, telling local Dreaming stories and sharing with us the area’s more recent history. We were told about the past treatment of local indigenous people, the Black Birding of Torres Strait Islanders and the Three Brothers who populated the Bundjalung nation. We were also shown the Keeping Place, Echidna rock and were told of the devil dogs that live at Fingal.
Thank you to Mr Campbell for driving the bus, and to Tayah and Brandy who also helped to organise this excursion and shared in our learning.
Aimee Blazek: History Teacher
The Year 11 and Accelerated Year 10 Investigating Science classes have been working on their Depth Study over the past 5 weeks. Their task was to construct a model that demonstrated a scientific process or concept. Their models needed to simplify and explain a scientific process or concept, whilst being able to be used to make predictions.
Both classes presented their models this week and conducted Peer Evaluations on each other's models. The labs displayed 40 of these models and it was a great opportunity to showcase their work. It is hoped that the students gained an in-depth understanding about the scientific process and concept they chose to model and that they gained essential skills in problem solving.
Mrs Millward: Investigating Science Teacher
VINNIES PJ DAY FOR THE WINTER APPEAL 2021
Wednesday 17th June, MSPC Vinnies held a Pyjama Mufti-Day to raise money for the St Vincent de Paul Annual Winter Appeal. There were lots of slippers, dressing gowns and cosy PJ’s all around the school. Thank you to all the staff and students who dressed up and donated to this Appeal. We raised a fantastic sum of $784.30.
There have been Winter Appeal Donation Boxes in each homeroom in which students have kindly made donations. These donations have included: canned foods, toiletries, warm winter clothing, blankets etc. and were acknowledged and displayed during the Sacred Heart Mass held today Thursday 24th June. All donations were passed on to St Vincent de Paul who will distribute them to individuals and families in need this winter.
MSPC Vinnies Team
The Kaleidoscope Project is a program centred on the transformative potential in the art of storytelling. At the close of Term 2, the project is well underway. Our first group of students have already attended two after-school workshops, focused on exploring the natural elements of wind, air, fire and water. Author, Zanni Louise, shared her expertise in all aspects of plot creation, guiding students to consider voice, emotion and simplicity in storytelling.
Zanni was clearly impressed by the engagement and skill of our students, as she said, “Teaching the students at Mt St Patrick’s was an honour and a joy. I introduced the students to some pretty sophisticated writing and editing techniques that we use in the business as well as advanced visual literacy and the students responded enthusiastically. It was interesting seeing them weave these concepts into their own work. Their writing quality and the sophistication of their ideas was very inspiring and I wish them all the best with their project!”
This group was also fortunate to attend a full day visual literacy workshop, run by artist Celia Pennay. Celia’s comprehensive program had the perfect balance of theory and practice, allowing time for students to experiment with different artistic mediums. Year 9 students reflected on this experience. Caitlin Moore observed that “After this workshop, I was very inspired and learnt lots of different ways to express my creativity.” Maya Rogers also noted, “This workshop taught me that anyone could be an artist; all you need is a little practice.”
Students are now busily drafting and designing their picture book narratives. In Term 3 they will work with renowned artist, Matt Ottley, to transform their narrative into a musical score. Watch this space for more updates.
Can you solve the puzzle above?
If you think you have the solution, please see Mrs Bevan. The first 10 correct answers will receive a prize.
Answer for last edition’s puzzle: Drop it from a height more than 4 feet (It will drop 4 feet without breaking, and only break when it hits the floor)
CO-ORDINATOR'S, PRINCIPAL'S AND COLLEGE AWARDS
LISIEUX CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Amelia Andrews, Lucy Grant.
Year 8: Ella Cracknell, Ben Hendrikse.
Year 10: Zara Cranage, Seth Moore, Tabitha Stratton.
LISIEUX PRINCIPAL AWARDS
Year 8: Ben Hendrikse
Year 10: Seth Moore, Tabitha Stratton.
LISIEUX COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 10: Seth Moore
LORETO CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Cooper Lynch, Sanjay Nix, Eden Petrie, Charli Riviere, Eshaan Sharma, Chloe Shoobridge, Sachin Smith, Bryan Cunial, Ella Ewing, Luca Stuart, Maddison White.
Year 8: Mohan Aldred-Sutherland, Alexander Dowling, Charlotte Kilgariff, Cruz Kill, Rishabh Lashand, Trisha Sharma (2), Joshua Hawkins, Fin Kelly, Reef Kidwell, Jaxon Thomas.
Year 9: Meila Abbott, Elise Ablertini, Cailey Baker, Caitlyn Bice, Zane Chisholm, Henry Irby, Jaxon Johnson, Chloe Martin, Koby Roberts, Tahlia Males, Ruby Trueman, William Wallace, Joshua Wharton.
Year 10: Noah Ashley, Toby Bevis, Finn Byrnes, Lara-Grace Ewing, Dylan Gale (2), Grace Kelly, Hallie Nash, Keeley Sutherland, Elizabeth Warne, Wyatt Gradisnik, Felicity Noble, April Parnaby.
LORETO PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 8: Mohan Aldred-Sutherland, Fin Kelly, Reef Kidwell, Tahlia Males, Trisha Sharma, Jaxon Thomas.
Year 9: Henry Irby
Year 10: Finn Byrnes, Dylan Gale, Keeley Sutherland, Wyatt Gradisnik.
LORETO PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 8: Trisha Sharma
Year 10: Finn Byrnes, Keeley Sutherland, Wyatt Gradisnik.
LUCAN CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Olivia Northeast, Eboni Rawson.
Year 8: Jade Folkers, Rhys Johnston, Lily Jones, Stella Taylor (2).
Year 9: Sophie Haywood, Caitlyn Moore, Abbie Thomas, Ned Walsh, Olivia Adams.
Year 10: Sam Ford, Sierra Mudgway-Freeman, Amaya Scard.
LUCAN PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Eboni Rawson
Year 8: Jade Folkers, Stella Taylor.
Year 9: Caitlyn Moore, Abbie Thomas, Ned Walsh, Olivia Adams.
LUCAN PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 9: Abbie Thomas
NAGLE CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Tien Hogan, Cooper McCabe, Phansachon Phattharapraphakorn, Jack Van Hooft, Ivy Eadsforth, Jamie Garrett, Tiarna Hall-Tosh, Maxwell Hunt, Shaylee Minahan.
Year 8: Louie Banbury, Claudia Larkin, Ava Parsons, Brodie Ferguson, Marly Kuramochi.
Year 9: Jacob Lanyon, Jesse Martin, Kiah McCarthy, Jasmine Roberts, Romy Williams, Nathan Johnson.
Year 10: Lily Darby, Emma Farrelly, Georgia Lollback, Rhiannon Nolan-Stiens, Maya O’Callaghan, Geordie Render.
NAGLE PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Jack Peters, Kye Thierjung, Tien Hogan, Ivy Eadsforth, Jamie Garrett, Maxwell Hunt, Shaylee Minahan.
Year 8: Louie Banbury, Brodie Ferguson.
Year 9: Romy Williams
Year 10: Angel De Los Angeles, Rhiannon Nolan-Stiens, Maya O’Callaghan, Geordie Render.
NAGLE COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 9: Romy Williams
Year 10: Angel De Los Angeles, Maya O’Callaghan.