MSPC Newsletter - Term 2 Week 4, 13th May 2021
Mothers Day Breakfast
The College P and F Mother’s Day Breakfast was well supported and we hope that it was a small thank you for the great influence that our Mum’s have in our lives. There were a number of student, parent and staff helpers who made this a success. Thanks in particular to P and F President Simone Wong, and family, who were a powerhouse in organising and cooking and also to the Loughman family who sourced a lot of the supplies.
Faith in Our Future
This year we celebrate 200 years of Catholic Education in Australia with the theme of Faith in our Future. This flowed through our Proclaim Lismore Staff Development Day on Wednesday 5th May. Facilitated by our Leader of Evangelisation, Michael O’Donohue, we listened to three inspiring Catholic leaders; Fr Frank Brennan: Fr Richard Leonard: and Br David Hall. The discussions their presentations provoked on the Catholic Church and Education in the Future were vibrant and productive. We will use this as a springboard for future planning.
The Golden Rule
We all belong to many different communities; sporting clubs, religions, volunteer organisations, schools, workplaces, etc. We belong to a community when we are known and valued by the people in that community. We have higher self esteem if we are valued and this leads to many positives both mentally and in our ability to achieve our goals. At Mount St Patrick College we strive for people to belong and have a strong sense of the values of a “Patties Student”. This should be played out in the manner we treat each other and treat others outside our community. We can never know everything that is going on in someone else’s life and how much what we think is a joke may affect another. Jesus’ Golden Rule of “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” or treat each other how you would like to be treated will help to keep us on the right path.
Be the Good and God Bless
Paul Reidy: Principal
Assistant Principal - Mission
DID YOUR STUDENT HAVE BREAKFAST TODAY?
The SRC run Breakfast Club at the Gilbey Centre from 8 – 8.40am on Fridays and the College Canteen is open from 8.20am if students want to purchase healthy food, fruit or drinks before school. Parents/students could also take advantage of flexischools online ordering to order a breakfast in advance for their student/s.
BOYS DRESS UNIFORM TROUSERS
With the advent of cooler weather some boys are looking for warmer wear. Our uniform supplier, Work ‘n’ Country, in Main Street Murwillumbah have stocks of our uniform trousers in a range of sizes. They are the same colour, material and ‘Yakka’ brand as the dress uniform shorts.
GIRLS DRESS UNIFORM TROUSERS
Fashionbiz navy slacks (Style No BS29320) are available from Work ‘n’ Country and are an alternative to the dress uniform skirt. They can be worn with, or without, a thin navy belt. The cuff needs to cover the top of the shoes. Alternatively, girls who feel the cold are able to wear navy stockings or tights with their dress uniform (without the dress socks).
YEAR 10 MENINGOCOCCAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM
All Year 10 students in attendance on Wednesday 12th May were given an Information Kit regarding a free injection against Meningococcal ACWY strains to take home to their parents. If you wish you child to take advantage of this program please return the signed Consent Form via your student, to be handed to their homeroom teacher, by Friday 4th June. The injections will be given by trained nurses from 9.30am on Wednesday 9th June in the Gilbey Centre.
TERM 2 BUSYNESS IS HEATING UP!
We are looking forward to the following community–building opportunities:
A ‘blue and green’ themed Mufti Day tomorrow Friday 14th May – a fundraiser for Yr 10 student Rosie Davis, to assist her family with expenses involved in her ongoing medical treatment
200th Anniversary of Catholic Education – Thanksgiving Mass at St Carthage’s Cathedral on Monday 24th May which will be attended by Mr Reidy and our College Captains, Olivia and Sam, on our behalf.
Loreto Day – Loreto House will celebrate its special day at the Assembly on 27th May.
Reconciliation Week activities will begin on 26th May with a Guest Speaker for staff and Acknowledgement at the College Assembly on 27th May.
The CAPA Faculty will stage their Creative and Performing Arts Showcase from 7pm on Tues 1st & Wed 2nd June.
The 3-day, 2-night Year 8 Camp will take place from 9th – 11th June.
Mary-Anne McShane: Assistant Principal- Mission
On Thursday 6th and Friday 7th May sixteen Year 7 students, two Year 10 Youth Ministry students and Mr Levick attended Transitus at Camp Koinonia, Evans Head. This is a retreat for Year 7 students from Parish Secondary Schools in the North of the Lismore Diocese to create a smoother transition to secondary schools, to celebrate and be nurtured in their faith at a Diocesan level.
The retreat was a chance for students to meet like-minded peers and to socialise with other young people who want to grow and be supported in their Christian faith. The activities were a mixture of large and small sharing groups (led by Year 10 Youth Ministry students) as well as celebrating the Eucharist together. The gathering allowed students to build relationships with other students from throughout the Diocese as well as a chance for students to talk and share about their faith journey.
Congratulations to Year 7 students Leonard Egan, Clancy Greenbury, Ryan Stuart, Ewan Gale, Jack Murray Shaylee Minahan, Tully Fitzpatrick, Faith Vosotros, Kate Pryke, Charlotte Macdonald, Kaulana O’Farrell-Carter, Maddison Shackell, Chloe Ryan, Samantha Zambelli, Ayla East and Max Gommers as well as Year 10 students Amaya Scard and Grace Kelly on their participation and behaviour. We hope and pray that their Faith Journey will develop and grow over the coming years.
Michael O'Donohue: Leader of Evangelisation
This exciting conference is back again in September, starting on the first Wednesday of the school holidays. The CSO will be organising a trip which is open to students from Years 7-12. The trip will be subsidised by the CSO to make it more affordable and accessible. Student participants will be asked to make a co-contribution of $245.00. This cost will contribute to travel, accommodation, registration and most meals and is the equivalent of the registration fee alone.
To secure your registration for Ignite, students will need to collect a form from the front office and return it by Friday 11th June. Please include $245.00 (non-refundable) payment with permission note and return to the school office. Registration as a group will be completed once an idea of numbers is known.
Further details on the conference are below:
Tomorrow Friday 14th May SRC members are running a blue and green themed mufti day for a gold coin donation. This is to raise money for Rosie Davis and her family and to offer them some support as she undergoes treatment for Leukemia. The SRC will also be selling pizza and soft drinks at lunch time, so please bring a gold coin donation (or more), and show your support.
This fortnight's Wellbeing focus for the week is Meaning and Purpose. The character strength is Bravery.
Below is a resource that as parents, may help us.
Louise Shields: Leader of Welfare
Assistant Principal - Learning & Teaching
Year 11 and 12 students have received their reports this week which will give them valuable feedback about their learning growth. This week Year 12 students will be asked to analyse their reports and answer the following questions:
- Identify one positive aspect of their report
- Outline strategies utilised to achieve this
- Identify one improvement required
- Suggest strategies to improve
Year 12 will then meet with their mentors to discuss their analysis and set goals to work towards.
YEAR 11/12 PARENT/TEACHER AND STUDENT INTERVIEWS
Interviews are taking place this evening, Thursday 13/5 starting at 3:40pm in the Gilbey Centre. This is a very important event for students as parents and teachers need to work in partnership to ensure students grow in their learning. Parents provide teachers with valuable insights into what can help their child in their learning and teachers can recommend strategies for improvement.
YEAR 7 PARENT/TEACHER AND STUDENT INTERVIEWS
Interviews will take place on Thursday 27/5 from 3:40 -7:00 pm. This will be an opportunity for parents and teachers to discuss how the Year 7 students are transitioning into high school and make suggestions for improvements. Please take the opportunity to make an appointment online.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Year 12 students who have completed one HSC subject last year as accelerated students have volunteered to spend one lesson a cycle in a junior class to assist the students in their learning and act as mentors. I thank these students for their generosity and hope they get positive feelings from helping others.
Narelle Sherrah: Assistant Principal - Learning and Teaching
Students are working busily towards their upcoming assessments. Years 8, 9 and 10 have their examination schedules. Students should regularly check their assessment timetable to ensure that changes have not been made to times or venues. Exam Timetables are also available on the Years 8, 9 and 10 page of the MSPC Assessment Portal: https://moodle.mursclism.catholic.edu.au/
EXAM DATES FOR YEAR 8/9 AND 10
Year 8: 18/05/21 to 21/05/21 (commencing Week 5)
Year 9: 24/05/21 to 28/05/21 (commencing Week 6)
Year 10: 24/05/21 to 28/05/21 (commencing Week 6)
Students in Years 11 and 12 have been notified of draft dates for their assessment block. These dates may change slightly once the assessments have been timetabled. Students will be notified of this.
DRAFT ASSESSMENT DATES FOR YEARS 11 AND 12
Year 11: 17/06/21 to 24/06/21 (Week 9)
Year 12: 03/06/21 to 11/06/21 (Week 7)
If students require a variation to assessment, they should complete the online Assessment Variation Application Form for each subject. This can be found on the MSPC Corporate website. Choose the curriculum pull down menu: https://mspclism.com/
NB: Students have been informed that a family social event or holiday would not be considered a valid reason for an extension or exemption.
Students can access all information regarding their assessments via the Assessment Portal which is found on the MSPC Moodle Site: https://moodle.mursclism.catholic.edu.au/
Students are encouraged to be proactive with their learning and assessment preparation. This is important for building confidence and examination readiness. Students have been provided with study guides and revision materials by their teachers. If students are unsure of expectations, they should seek advice from their teachers. There are many helpful online resources that can also assist parents to help their child to be organised, confident and assessment ready. Implementing a balanced home study routine can play an important part in this process. The following is a link to a home study planner: https://austudent.elevateeducation.com/cms_uploads/docs/uk/study-timetable.pdf
The following table indicates the upcoming assessments for Year 7.
Jo McDonald: Leader of Curriculum
FROM THE SPORTS DESK
NRCC RUGBY LEAGUE
We had a fantastic day playing in the U16’s Northern Rivers Catholic College’s (NRCC) Gala Day in Casino. The side that was mainly made up of 15’s playing up an age showed resilience and grit when faced with tough oppositions. Some stand out players were Deacon Streader, Max Crawford, Lachlan Shoobridge and Charles Shepherd. Unfortunately, the boys lost in all games but proved they were a quality and tough opposition. A special mention to Jali Fletcher who covered a variety of positions on the day.
Brendan Campbell (Coach)
Overall the boys put in a gutsy effort. The first game was very close against St Johns, Woodlawn, losing only 4 to 3 (tries were worth 1 point). This was a great effort as Woodlawn is a Rugby League school. The second game was close and the boys defence really picked up with plenty of big hits. Unfortunately, this was another close game against Lindisfarne Anglican College who narrowly defeated us . By the third game we had a lot of injuries and we were running out of resources. We held our own against Xavier but due to the number of substitutes we could not hold them out until the end. The lads should be very proud of themselves as everyone put in 110%. They were very sore Thursday morning for school!
Brett McCulloch (Coach)
On the crisp morning of Wednesday 28th April, the U14’s Volleyball team of 9 students piled onto the bus. After a sleepy bus ride, we arrived at Casino where the NRCC Volleyball Competition would begin. Highlights from Round 1 involved a legendary dive for Sarah Bowers, some powerful serves by Jade Folkers and constant encouragement and support from Kiana and Olivia, but no win yet. After warming up in Round 1, the girls were off to a stronger start in round 2. Amidst the moments of greatness including great saves by Hunter Chapman, perfectly placed serves by Ava Browning and point winning net shots by Gian Kendrick-Morosini, the girls were yet to pull through with a win. In the 3rd Round the girls really stepped up, there were tactical sets from Alexis Pelikan, great returns from India Keeling and true blue tea effort by all. It was very close on the scoreboard but the girls pulled through with a win (27-26). The winning continued into Round 4. All smiles and in good spirit, the girls jumped onto the bus back to school. It was a fun day enjoyed by all.
Hannah Clarke (Coach)
With a slightly cold start the girls excitedly boarded the bus to Casino. The U16 girls played Lindisfarne in a close game that they narrowly lost. Elizabeth Warne was a standout hitting a number of successful spikes on the net. The girls then played the second game Indie P.P had an amazing match showing her passing skills. Hallie Nash scored two points in the last 40 seconds to win the game by 1 point. In the final game of the rounds Kelsey Wyborn displayed incredible reflexes making a number of saves on the net, but unfortunately we were defeated. All the girls played amazingly well the whole day, they had fun and supported one another. The team went on to have a convincing win in the play off of 3rd V 3rd from each pool against St Mary’s Casino, finishing in 5th place overall.
Simone Kendrick (Coach)
Four teams of enthusiastic netballers journeyed to Arkinstall Park , Tweed Heads, on Tuesday 4th May to participate in the NRCC Netball Championships. All the girls are to be commended on their behavior and excellent play throughout the day, especially in the heat.
Within minutes of hitting the courts, it was clear that the MSPC spirit was alive and well. With a motivational chant in place, the team provided fierce competition for the opposing teams, particularly in the first half of each game. Despite the heat across the day, the players’ teamwork developed, evident in both their attacking and defensive strategies. The day ended with a few defeats, a tie and a win for their final game of the day. However, it was also their positive attitude that made this day a resounding success.
Amanda Starr (Coach)
The Under 14B Netball team played together for the first time at this carnival. After a warm up, the team played against St Joseph’s College, Banora Point. Despite their defeat, all girls played enthusiastically. The next game was against Woodlawn and was extremely close with both teams scoring 11 goals. MSPC Under 14B’s also played St Mary’s Casino and Xavier College, Ballina. Even though the weather was very hot, the girls eagerly agreed to play an additional game against St Joseph’s College and were very pleased that their scores were much closer than in the earlier match.
This was the first opportunity for the Year 7 and 8 team members to represent MSPC in Netball. The team members Isabelle Biersteker, Maddison Darby, Rachael Devoy, Minnow Glynn, Charlize Green, Chloe Shoobridge, Emelia Thompson and Claire Williams played well and displayed commendable sportsmanship. The girls were excellent representatives of MSPC.
Coach: Jenny Gardner
These very capable netballers were competitive in all seven of the games that they played during the Carnival, with only one very narrow loss, a few draws and many wins. Many defensive skills, attacking prowess and accurate shooting were on display. Most admirable was that all 9 players worked together as a team supporting and encouraging each other. They were a credit to the College and should be very proud of their efforts. It was a pleasure to accompany them.
Kyllie Bevan (Coach)
These talented players were extremely competitive across the day. A standout game was against Xavier College. The girls worked well as a team and came away with an impressive victory. Thanks to strong shooting, transferring the ball effectively through the centre third and constant pressure in defence, the team achieved second place overall. Congratulations 16B.
Samantha Lewis (Coach)
A big thank you to our many Umpires, especially Olive Jacobs. We now look forward to participating in the Lismore Diocese Championships in Port Macquarie later in the year.
COCHRANE CUP U14 LEAGUE
A cool sunny morning led to great conditions to play the Cochrane Cup Rugby League Under 14s event. The boys played with vigour and toughness throughout their three games. The first game was against St Mary’s Casino and the boys showed their strength, great speed and hard running leading to Deacon Streader putting on first points early on. Our big boys up front, Hunter Leslight and Xavier Palmer, kept the momentum. Their long strides guided our way to the try line.
Excellent defensive tactics ensured the boys tackled together. Cooper McCabe guaranteed none were getting past him on the wing. The final score being 20-0 to MSPC.With limited experience together the boys played it simple and developed their game as the day went on. A quick 20 minute break and into game two against Woodlawn. With some injuries in the first game our bench was withered to just two. The team put in a hard fought game with some more second phase play. Rhys Charman and Jed McDonald kept busy with their tackling. Unfortunately, some tough calls against us, the team went down 16-12 to St John’s College Woodlawn. Max Palmer kept us in it with his goal kicking.
A longer break for the boys allowed them to rest and lick their wounds (plus dig into the pies at the canteen). Game three against Xavier Catholic College saw us play on a very muddy pitch against a full bench with our injured substitutes. Constant micro-management of players battling injuries kept 13 on the field. Some gutsy defence by Jack Thornton, Cooper McKnight and Archie Fairbairn-Gray were our shining moments. The boys had a crack after a big day finishing with 12 brave boys left on the field. Ultimately going down 26-0.
Great performance from the boys against some tough competition. All players had a good crack throughout the day.
Many thanks to Mr O’Grady, Mr O’Shea and Miss Gillard.
COUNTRY CUP OPEN LEAGUE
On Thursday May 6, the Open Boys Rugby League team travelled to St Johns College Woodlawn to take part in the 2021 Country Cup competition. Our young side, consisting mainly of Year 11 students, competed in 3 matches on the day against Maclean High School, Casino High School and St John's Woodlawn.
The boys were competitive in the first 2 matches, although they suffered narrow defeats. With a growing injury list, we finished our final game against a very well-drilled Woodlawn side with only 12 players.
We were served well by Tom Gresham (Yr 12) and Cooper Stephan (Yr 11) in the forwards. These two boys worked tirelessly all day, both with and without the ball. Jayden Bourke (Year 11) was relentlessly scheming from dummy-half and crossed the line for a number of tries. Michael Todd directed our defensive line all day and put his hand up for the tough carries to get us out of our own half on a number of occasions.
All players tried extremely hard and are to be commended on the sportsmanship shown.
Brendan Campbell and Dan Anderson (Coaches)
ATHLETICS CARNIVAL TUESDAY 20TH JULY
A reminder to all our College community that for the first time ever in MSPC history, our Athletics Carnival will be held at Walter Peate Oval, Kingscliff. While plans and programs are still being finalised, I would suggest to parents who are able to drop their children to the venue from 8am, there will be staff on site preparing for the Carnival. If it was convenient to do so this could be an option. Closer to the Carnival day all parents will be sent a google form and be asked to respond as to how your child will be getting to the venue. Students who travel to the College by bus will still do so and busses will be provided for all who need transport to Kingscliff. Students who live in, around or close can arrive from 8am and be picked up at 2.30pm
Week 5 May 19th – Open Basketball – Coffs Harbour
May 19th – U13 & U15 Country Cup Rugby League – South Tweed Heads
May 21st – Diocesan Cross Country - Grafton
Week 6 May 27th - NRCC Hockey – Lismore
Tim Whitney:Sports Coordinator
11 PDHPE & 2U SLR CAMP
On the 28th of May the year 11 PDHPE and 2 Unit SLR classes headed to the Numinbah Valley for 2 nights and 3 days. We arrived at a wide open green space surrounded by bushland, a few portaloos, cold showers and a big shed. The students were given tents and had to work together to put them all up with no instruction or direction, some finding it much more difficult than others. After the students were set up it was time to cook lunch, yes that is right - students worked in groups to prepare and cook all their meals in camp ovens over hot coals. The setup was all very Masterchef and groups soon worked out who could and who couldn’t handle the heat! Roles were determined by group members; fire starter, food preparer, chef and clean up crew. It was great to see students embrace the responsibility and learn a few valuable life skills along the way. I think there were only 5 bandaids required for kitchen knife mishaps.
After lunch the students were split into two groups; one group headed to Hinze Dam for Stand-Up Paddle Boarding and the other hit the Mountain Bike Trails around the camp.
Students used the SUP’s to explore the dam, maneuvering between the dead trees trying to avoid the spiders, along with paddling through a large water pipe that went under the road. Students also had great times trying to knock others off their SUP, especially the teachers. Mountain bike riding was a bit scary and challenging for the majority of us. Students had to get up the hills and through the mud before they could enjoy the downhill thrill of the track. Students had to make their way through narrow tracks filled with sharp turns, rocks, logs, trees and creeks. Surprisingly only a couple of minor stacks.
After returning to camp, getting clean in the cold showers, preparing, cooking and eating dinner we sat around the campfire eating marshmallows, keeping warm and catching up with each other. Students headed to bed dreading the early morning wake up but excited for what adventure lay ahead.
With little sleep but a night of laughs the second day came around and the students were all excited about what awaited them at the top of Turtle Rock. After breakfast and packing lunch we headed on out in an upwards direction for a 17km round trip. Students had to traverse mud tracks, cow tracks, jumping across rocks, sliding down dirt paths and climbing up ropes to get there. The view from the top was incredible, looking over the Gold Coast Hinterland. Students explored the natural caves crawling on their stomachs through tiny tunnels with some finding it incredibly challenging. The hike back down was most eventful, there was a lot of sliding, sliping, holding onto trees, getting lost in the lantana, colliding into others and a lot of laughs. Back at camp there was no time to rest, fires needed to be lit in preparation for dinner, food prepped all while some beautiful rain fell from the sky.
The third day came fast and everyone was very tired and very cold. We ate our pancakes, syrup and cream, and headed off for the final activities - SUP and Mountain Biking. After a tiring few hours on the dam and the bike seats the students came back to the camp and cleaned out the tents, ate lunch and hopped on the bus to travel back to school.
Mrs Cassie Allen & Mr Josh McCormack -PDHPE Teachers
YEAR 8 ENGINEERING
Year 8C Engineering have been busy working on their C02 Dragsters this semester. The students had some unique designs which tested them in the designing and production of the Dragsters. Our race winner was Ulani Uhlmann with her sleek Dragster travelling the 20m track in 0.944 seconds, and average speed of 72kmph! Additionally, the students have been developing their computational thinking through ‘Start gate lights’ as shown. The students used Micro:bits to code a sequence of LEDs.
Great work Year 8,
Tom O’Shea -Technology Teacher
I would like to remind students of some valuable resources/strategies that they could be making use of now. This will help them consolidate the learning which takes place in class and also prepare for their assessment tasks.
1. Education Perfect – Every student 7-10 should have login details for this online learning tool. They may have tasks set for them by their teacher or they can search for their own content relating to their individual learning needs.
2. Attend “Maths help” in rooms F31 & F32 during lunch each Thursday. We have dedicated room F32 for Year 7 and 8 students. Both senior students and teachers will be available to give help.
3. Create a summary sheet at the completion of each topic. These may include a list of formulas, worked examples with annotations and any other important concepts that were covered in class.
Dan Anderson: Leader of Learning - Mathematics
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.
Congratulations to the winners from the puzzle in the last edition of the newsletter : Ysabella Purser (and her mum), Bryce Matlock, Olivia Flannery, Sam Anderson, Joseph Fitzgerald, Hannah Whitney, Oliver Bandini-Dawson, Charley Vrbanic
Answer : 300cm2
CO-ORDINATOR'S, PRINCIPAL'S AND COLLEGE AWARDS
LISIEUX CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Elliza Campbell, Ciara Dwyer, Ayla East, Tulleelah Murphy, Tara O’Donnell, Jack O’Shea, Amity Page, Claire Williams.
Year 8: Neve Trembath, Hiwot Nardi, Estella Wong.
Year 9: Conan Twomey
Year 10: Paige Rochford
Year 11: Lucy Jones
Year 12: Lia Newland, Miranda Quantrill.
LISIEUX PRINCIPAL AWARDS
Year 8: Neve Trembath
Year 12: Lia Newland
LORETO CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Ryder Akehurst, Zane Booth, Ewan Gale, Eshaan Sharma, Dayna Crichton, Grace Farrell, Chloe Shoobridge.
Year 8: Charlotte Kilgariff, Leon Morgan, Jake Shackell, Trisha Sharma, Sienna Bice, Rishabh Lashand.
Year 9: Cailey Baker, Koby Roberts.
Year 10: Noah Clark
Year 11: Darcie Bevis
Year 12: Chloe Hillcoat
LORETO PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 8: Leon Morgan, Sienna Bice.
Year 9: Koby Roberts
Year 11: Darcie Bevis
LORETO COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 11: Darcie Bevis
LUCAN CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Brayden Drabowicz, Charlie Gear, Grace Johnston, Stephanie Mayne, Milana Mutton, Kaulana O’Farrell-Carter (2), Luca Szandala, Oliver Brown, Oliver Buchanan, Luke Leach.
Year 8: Deia Aggebrink-Jones, Jesse Barrett, Kayla Cotelli, Bailey Lofts, Stella Taylor, Bailey Buchanan, Jack French, Zade Spratt, Cody Taylor, Emelia Thompson.
Year 9: Luca Todd
Year 10: Elijah Kirk, Ruby Van Den Driest, Ayla Baartz, Elinor Litvin.
Year 11: Holly Roberts
LUCAN PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Kaulana O’Farrell-Carter
Year 8: Kayla Cotelli, Bailey Buchanan, Jack French, Zade Spratt, Cody Taylor.
Year 10: Elijah Kirk, Ayla Baartz.
Year 11: Holly Roberts
LUCAN COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 8: Bailey Buchanan, Zade Spratt.
Year 11: Holly Roberts
NAGLE CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Matilda Dunnachie, Willo Fletcher, Cooper Leeson, Shaylee Minahan, Arturo Molinari, Jack Murray, Isabella Ouwerling, Renten Sasse, Simon Smith, Ryan York, Nicholas Piccini, Chelsea Templeton.
Year 8: Jackson Annarino, Ronin Berkman, Isabelle Biersteker, Molly Dean, Marley Loveridge, Sienna Prendergast, Indiana Wadley, Jamie Howitt.
Year 9: Ava Browning, Summer Gibbons, Maya Rogers, Romy Williams, Will Malloy, Kiah McCarthy.
Year 10: Lily Darby, Aleece Hunt, Mahli Johnson, Alex Johnston, Michael Lack, Dylan Lewis, Kiana McCabe, Benjamin Parsons, Aram Steele-O’Reilly.
Year 12: Olivia Flannery (2), Corey Grossman, Breanna Yabsley (2).
NAGLE PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Matilda Dunnachie, Cooper Leeson, Jack Murray, Chelsea Templeton.
Year 8: Jackson Annarino, Ronin Berkman, Marley Loveridge, Indiana Wadley.
Year 9: Ava Browning, Kiah McCarthy.
Year 10: Mahli Johnson, Alex Johnston, Aram Steele-O’Reilly.
NAGLE COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 9: Kiah McCarthy
Year 10: Alex Johnston