MSPC Newsletter - Term 2 Week 6, 27th May 2021
200 YEARS OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION & RECONCILIATION
Our school captains, Olivia and Sam, Mr Levick and myself attended St Carthage’s Cathedral in Lismore on Monday for a mass to celebrate 200 years of Catholic education in Australia. Representatives from the Diocese’s 45 schools attended. There was also representation from the many religious orders that founded many of the schools. I was educated by the Sisters of Mercy, Josephite Sisters, Marist Brothers and Presentation Sisters at the 3 schools I attended and they were all represented at the mass. For 200 years Catholic education has been provided to families in Australia. It is a history that has some very poor moments which we should not forget. However I believe that it has been and continues to be a wonderful ministry of the church. And I certainly hope that our students will value their time in Catholic Education and the passion and care that our terrific teachers provide.
The 200 year celebration began outside the Church with an indigenous smoke and water ceremony. As I watched I reflected how if we did this 20 years ago this ceremony would be strange and I may have questioned it, but now it feels not only normal but completely appropriate and something that elevated the whole event. It demonstrates that change that challenges our normal initially, is often necessary and beneficial to us in the longer term. It does require us to tough out criticism at the start with the long view in sight. The Church can sometimes be seen as conservative and sometimes as radical. Either is fine as long as we are true to our beliefs. It's important to note that Jesus was a maverick, a rebel with a cause, that cause being compassion and love. Reconciliation with our indigenous brothers and sisters is showing care and compassion to the inequality that exists and to the wrongs that have occurred. It is not a guilt process, it is a process of love and compassion. I am proud that the church supports reconciliation.
We were privileged to have Aunty Maureen Logan speak to staff about her experiences as an aboriginal person growing up at Fingal. She has a strong connection to Catholic Education with her children attending St Anthony’s, Kingscliff and here at Mt St Patrick College. Her son Jeff and granddaughter Tayah are valued members of our staff. Her love of family, country and culture was evident. Unfortunately, the hurt that she had both seen and experienced because of race was also present. Sadly, some of this was quite recent, demonstrating how far we still have to go. Aunty Maureen spoke with no malice or bitterness, rather she spoke with hope that we can all show each other respect. She has a right to be angry about the disadvantage her people have suffered over the time that Australia has been settled by Europeans, but she is not. She is a fantastic example of resilience and quiet positive action over a long period of time.
I was reflecting on how important art in its many forms has been in changing and forming my views on many issues and race in particular. Movies such as Sweet Country and Rabbit Proof Fence. Artists such as Vincent Namatjira and Ricky Maynard. The songs of Paul Kelly, Archie Roach, Midnight Oil, Kev Carmody and others have been a clarion call to us. Most of you will know the song “From Little Things Big Things Grow” which Paul Kelly wrote with indigenous songwriter Kev Carmody. 30 years or so ago Kev Carmody was playing at the North Lismore Catholic Hall. A small cold venue and he played guitar and sang with a mandolin as accompaniment. I went with my father-in-law and we listened to these great songs and stories and we hung around and had a yarn with him afterwards. He was warm and wise. The next day my father-in-law who was a policeman was driving around the shops in Lismore in the paddy wagon and saw Kev walking down the street. He sang out, “Hey Kev”, and Kev seeing it was the police ducked into a shop to avoid the police. Because my history as a white man is not one of injustice and persecution I never had that fear that I may be grabbed for no reason. It was an insight to me to how not just an educated, wise man, but a national treasure would feel this way. We need to be open to stories and other experiences for us to grow.
It is important not to feel threatened by people asking for equality of any kind, if we find ourselves in a privileged situation we should offer a hand of help and friendship. Aunty Maureen spoke of the importance that we are all equal no matter our colour or wealth. In answer to quandaries of ethics, we often ask, “What would Jesus do?”. He would act with compassion, he would treat all people equally, but paying special attention to those in need.
I want to thank our Indigenous Education Workers, Tayah Logan and Brandy Atanasoff-Baker for the fantastic work they are doing not just with our indigenous students but with awareness and celebration of indigenous culture for the whole college community.
Be the Good and God Bless
Paul Reidy: Principal
Assistant Principal - Mission
YEAR 10 SCHOOL MENINGOCOCCAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM
If you wish your child to take advantage of this program please return the signed Consent Form (from the Information Kit sent home on 15th May 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 HAS TAKEN HOLD!
We have assessment blocks for Year 8 - 12 and are currently enjoying and looking forward to the following community–building opportunities:
RECONCILIATION WEEK ACTIVITIES with an indigenous Guest Speaker for staff on Wednesday afternoon 26th May and a Presentation at today’s College Assembly.
There will also be a report back from the College Captains, Olivia and Sam, about the 200th Anniversary of Catholic Education in Australia Thanksgiving Mass at St Carthage’s Cathedral last Monday 24th May – the feast of Mary Help of Christians of the Southern Cross, the patroness of Australia.
The CAPA Faculty are furiously preparing for the Creative and Performing Arts Showcase evenings from 7pm on Tues 1st & Wed 2nd June.
YEAR 7 2022 INTERVIEWS are taking place next week, mostly on Tuesday 1st, Wednesday 2nd and Thursday June at the Learning Hub (Library)
Year 8 students are really looking forward to their 3-day, 2-night Camp which will take place from 9th – 11th June at Redlands Bay.
There will be a Vinnies PJ Mufti Day Fundraiser on Wednesday 16th June. A gold coin donation (preferably $2) will be invited from those who wear appropriate PJs!!
GOOD NEWS STORY
Year 10 student Mason McInerney looks set to gain his Pilot’s Licence before he gets his Learner’s Permit for a motor vehicle.
Mason had his first solo flight in a Cessna 172 with Air Gold Coast last Sunday 23rd May. He flew a full circuit of the airport and landed the aircraft with a 10 knot cross wind, to the applause and congratulations of tower crew, ground crew and instructors. All at age 15!
Mason intends to continue with Air Gold Coast to work on his Private Pilot’s Licence during Year 11 and 12. He will get his care Learner’s Permit when he turns 16 next month.
Well done Mason!
Mary-Anne McShane: Assistant Principal- Mission
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:
Michael O'Donohue: Leader of Evangelisation
The Year 8 camp, which is part of the College’s Wellbeing program, is rapidly approaching. This camp will be held in week 8 for three days at an adventure camp at Redland Bay. Here, the students will bond together as a group and be individually challenged to overcome obstacles. Teamwork, self confidence, trust and problem solving are key outcomes of this camp.
The Beacon scores for term 2 have just been released. This provides feedback to parents, students and teachers with regards to effort in each class. Please discuss the results with your child. Teachers will also be talking with students on how they can improve their engagement and effort in hope that their academic outcomes will be greater.
We are concerned about vaping at the college. We have received several calls from parents regarding a concern that this latest fad is on the increase and quite prevalent within the College. I thank the parents who have let us know about this and I encourage you to inform us if you have information regarding this. It is being reported that students are vaping in the toilets and to and from school on buses. The college is, and will continue, to take this matter very seriously. The students were spoken to again about this at today’s assembly.
Below is wellbeing information that may assist us as parents in helping our children.
Please contact me or your child’s Leader of Wellbeing whenever you have any questions or concerns.
Louise Shields: Leader of Welfare
Assistant Principal - Learning & Teaching
Term 2 is a busy term for assessments, reports and Parent/ Teacher/ Student nights. The students have been busy preparing, completing and obtaining feedback which will inform the teachers about the student’s learning. It also enables the students to build their skills in preparing and completing assessment tasks. At Mt St Patrick College the students gradually build these skills throughout the junior years and are well prepared when it comes to senior years. Moving around the College there is an atmosphere of focus and students doing their best. The students need to remember that the marks or grades are just a reflection of where they are at the moment in their learning journey. They can then set a new goal and grow towards the goal.
Year 9 and Year 10 are completing an assessment block this week. After the assessment block Year 10 will focus on 2022 and beyond as they start to reflect on their future career path. In careers classes the students have been researching possible career paths and researching subject choices for those career paths. On Monday 31st May at 6.30pm an important meeting for Year 10 parents will take place in the Gilbey Centre to inform the parents about the requirements for the HSC, ATAR and career paths. The process for subject selection is a long one as we wish to assist the students with their choices and ensure they are making well-informed choices. Parents are encouraged to come to this meeting and be well informed so they can guide their children in this exciting process. Dates for the process are detailed on the College Calendar-:
- May 31-Information Meeting for Year 11 Parents 2022
- June 1- Information meeting for Non-ATAR Pathway
- June 4 - Round Robin Day - Information for students about subjects
- June 11- Student Surveys Due
- 5July 15 - Interview Day for parents and students
- July 22 - Parent/ Teacher/ Student Interviews (parents can also book subject selection interviews on this night as well as subject specific interviews)
- July 23 - Final interest survey Due Online
Lines of subjects will then be created and the students will make their final choices.
I look forward to assisting parents and students on this journey of making decisions about their future and encourage you to ask questions along the way.
Narelle Sherrah: Assistant Principal - Learning and Teaching
Year 8 have now completed their exams and this week, Years 9 and 10 are very busy completing theirs. Exam Timetables are available on the MSPC Assessment Portal: https://moodle.mursclism.catholic.edu.au/
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 finalised. Students will be notified of this.
DRAFT ASSESSMENT DATES FOR YEARS 11 AND 12:
Year 11: 21/06/21 to 25/06/21 (Week 10)
Year 12: 03/06/21 to 11/06/21 (Weeks 7-8)
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.
Please see below for a copy of the Mount St Patrick Assessment Rules and Procedures.
ASSESSMENT TASK RULES – Mt St Patrick College
ALL YEARS: Students are to complete ALL Assessment Tasks for each subject. If there is a valid reason e.g. prolonged illness or approved leave, the student may be awarded a mark based on a substitute task or the Curriculum Coordinator may approve an estimated mark being awarded.
EXTENSIONS: Only the Curriculum Coordinator can grant extensions for tasks and they must be applied for at least 3 days before the task is due.
LATE SUBMISSIONS AND CHEATING
- If a candidate fails to hand in/seriously complete an assessment task by the due date, a zero will be awarded. However, the task must still be completed by the student to fulfil NESA requirements.
- Late submissions of hand-in tasks have 20% of the mark achieved for that task deducted per day late and will receive zero after 3 days. For example, if a student obtained 60% for a task and it was 1 day late they would have their mark reduced by 20% and their mark would be 48%.
- If a task is designated to be handed in at a particular time e.g. 9.00 AM Tuesday, 20% will be deducted after that time e.g. 9.30 AM Tuesday. The same will apply to late arrival for an in-class task.
- If plagiarism, cheating or the gaining of unfair advantage is identified, a zero will be awarded.
WHAT IF YOU ARE ABSENT FOR AN ASSESSMENT TASK?
- For Year 7-9 students: a note from the parent is required upon the student’s return.
- For Year 10-12 students: a Medical Certificate must be supplied. A zero will be awarded if no certificate is provided. NOTE: A signed statutory declaration will not be accepted.
- These notes need to be submitted to the class teacher before 9 am on the first day of return.
- It is the STUDENT’S responsibility to report to their teacher or the appropriate Leader of Learning, before homeroom, on the FIRST day of their return and arrange a time to complete the task. If they fail to do this, a 20% penalty may be awarded and the task must still be completed.
- During the Years 7-12 exam blocks, a catch-up period will be specified on the examination timetable. However, the student should still report to their teacher with a note and/or Medical Certificate.
- For other tasks, students will have the opportunity to complete the task within a subject set timeframe for example:
ASSESSMENT TASKS COMPLETED ON COMPUTERS
To minimise issues with computers and printers around the time of the assessment due date, students should:
- save their work frequently as they progress.
- print draft copies as substantial additions are made to the assessment.
- have a backup copy of their assessment on their personal Google ‘My Drive’ and should email drafts of their assessment to themself via their school email periodically.
- Students who complete their assignments on computers at home should ensure:
- assessment is submitted as specified on the Assessment Task Notification.
- that any programs used are compatible with the College system.
Note that computers or printers that are not working will not be accepted as a valid reason for a late submission, or for an extension.
If relying on printing in the library, it is the student's responsibility to check that programs are compatible with the school system.
HAND IN SUBMISSIONS: REQIREMENTS
For all hand in assessment tasks, students are required to keep a digital copy of their assessment that
is time and date stamped. For example, the copy could be a PDF copy, a scanned copy, or a
photographic copy of the assessment task. The copy must display the date and time the assessment
was completed and should not be altered past the due date and time.
Jo McDonald: Leader of Curriculum
FROM THE SPORTS DESK
COUNTRY RUGBY LEAGUE U13 & U15’s
A sunny day out at South Tweed for the Country Cup was on the agenda. With a quick trip over to Dave Burns field, the tent up and jersey’s out, the Under 13s and 15s got themselves ready.
The 15s were up first. Some great running and strong hit-ups from the forwards put us on the front foot. Luca Todd ensured we had great opportunities in field position. Hunter Leslight and Max Palmer were the try scorers. Deacon Streader kept us in the game with his goal kicking; unfortunately with some poor ball security, this gave Banora HS too much possession. Final score 16-12 to BHS.
The 13s were next. The boys had a slow start with some loose balls which gave the opposition field position for points. Max Palmer was our only scorer. The momentum did not change too much and the boys went down 10-4 to Tweed River.
Game 2 for the 15s was a local derby against Murwillumbah High. The boys played tough and strong. A good kicking game from Charlie Shepard kept some control for the boys. Great efforts by Max Crawford ensured he scored, with the other try from Luca Todd. With a few lapses in defence, the boys went down 14-10.
Game 2 for 13s came around. The boys fixed a few mistakes and keep in the game though their passing. Superb work from Ky Scott and Dallas Browning led Clancy Greenbury and Jack Thornton to the try line. Instances of poor defence allowed their big men through. Final score 12-10 to St Joesph’s.
Our final game was with the 13s. The boys were still ready to play against Murwillumbah High School. The boys played to their game plan (finally), with great ball passing and support play. Awesome running by Jack Thornton led to our first try under the post. Great follow-up play by Menzie Tucker and Cooper McCabe led to tries also. Final score to MSPC 16-4.
Great effort by both teams today who play hard and enjoyed their game.
Mr O’Grady and Mr O’Shea. (Coaches)
DIOCESAN CROSS COUNTRY
Mt St Partrick College had a strong team of 37 athletes make the trip to Grafton to compete on a beautiful autumn morning at Mcauley College on Friday 21st May. It was one of the largest teams we have sent in recent history. The team arrived early and all competitors walked the track to become familiar with the 2 different courses different age groups had to navigate. Also to know where the mob of kangaroos were and how to avoid them! It was our only Yr 12 competitor, Tom Gresham who was the first MSPC athlete away in the U18 Boys race for a distance of 8kms. The team’s inspirational leader put in a tremendous effort to be up with the leading pack on the first lap. Tom’s effort certainly inspired some great performance from the younger team members. Below are the results of the MSPC team who have now qualified for the NSWCCC Event at eastern creek in a few weeks:
Stephanie Mayne -1st (Diocesan Age Champion) Under 13 girls
Sam Hynes -2nd (Diocesan runner up Age champion) Under 13 boys
Amali Moore - 3rd Under 14 girls
Elijah Keyes - 4th under 12 boys
Levi Van Rosi - 6th under 17 boys
Elise Devery - 4th under14 girls
Eva Barlow - 4th under 12 girls
DIOCESAN OPEN BASKETBALL-BOYS
In the first game the boys went down in a close game 20-39 against Xavier Catholic College. This was the first game that all the boys had played together and considering this, it was a great effort. Matteo McDermott and Declan Seckold led the boys well with lots of talk. Great defense and attack from all players, especially Nick Ratcliff, Matto, Declan, Harold Hartwig-Costello and Ethan Johnston. A special mention to Ethan Johnston and Ty Lockwood who are playing well above their age group but held their own in this game. The second game the boys found the net and shot 30 points to be successful against Kempsey 9. Outstanding effort from all the players in this game. The third game the lads played Woodlawn and we finally started to play some great Basketball. We held our own and only lost by 1 point (37-38 Woodlawn). There were problems with the scoreboard, which had us 6 points behind. Only if the boys knew they were 1 point behind it may have been a different outcome. The 5th game was a semi-final and it was sweet, sweet redemption we beat Woodlawn 35-25. In the Grand Final injuries got the better of us and we went down 23-8 but we were happy to be there.
Brett McCulloch (Coach)
DIOCESAN OPEN BASKETBALL- GIRLS
Nine girls. Four games. Underdogs. Unexpected champions.
Great intensity from the girls as they take out first. Captain Abbey with a strong drive was the highest point scorer of the day. Maddie with the fantastic intercepts. The Hendrikse sisters Tessa and Sasha came through with great shots in game two. Imogen with incredible assists and great teamwork in both offence and defense from Isobel, Elizabeth and Olivia. Great work from everyone. Victory for the girls!!!!
Lauren Frankham (Coach)
NSWCCC TEAMS TENNIS
We are sending our victorious Diocesan Champions away this weekend to attend the NSWCCC Team Tennis Championships at Bathurst to compete on Monday 31st May. Lets hope the girls have their winter thermals on as its predicted to be a little cool at 7.30am in beautiful Bathurst.
Good luck to Meisha and Ciara Dwyer, Chloe Martin and Alexis Pelikan.
The NRCC Hockey tournament has had to be postponed to later in the year. More details to our hockey enthusiasts as they come to hand.
Week 7: Monday 31st May NSWCCC Teams Tennis - Bathurst
Wednesday 2nd June Diocesan Junior Soccer – Coffs Harbour
Week 8: Tuesday 8th June NSWCCC Cross Country - Eastern creek
Week 10: Tuesday 22nd June NRCC Touch Football – Ballina
COLLEGE ATHLETICS CARNIVAL
A reminder to parents that this year’s Athletics Carnival will be held at Walter Peate Oval in Kingscliff. There will be buses running from school to Walter Peate Oval, parents can drop students to the venue from 7.30am there will be staff there to supervise and set up the carnival.
A google form will be sent to all families early next term to get an indication of how many students we need to transport;
- From Murwillumbah to Kingscliff and return
- From Murwillumbah to Kingscliff (parent pick up at conclusion of carnival at 2.45pm)
- From Kingscliff to Murwillumbah (return trip only)
TERM 3 ELECTIVE SPORTS
I am currently in the process of arranging the Term 3 elective sport options for students in Years 7 – 11. When completed, lists will be published for students to consider as well as published in the next college newsletter for parents to discuss with their child. Students will be sent a google form in week 9 to make their selections and lists will be published at school in week 10. Some, not all options come with an expense which parents will be billed on their school fees.
Tim Whitney:Sports Coordinator
Last week, a group of Years 9 and 10 students fuelled their creativity by participating in the StoryBoard Creative Writing Program run by the Byron Writers Festival. The students were guided by published author, filmmaker and paramedic, Benjamin Gilmour. Participants were treated to an overview of his many travels and artistic endeavours, including the story behind his screenplay for the film ‘Jirga’ which won the NSW Premier’s Prize.
Benjamin’s energy and enthusiasm inspired the students to tap into their own creative expression. The workshop focused on turning small ideas into pieces of art. Benjamin mentored students through the creation of three written creative pieces. They used images and music as stimulus and at the end of the presentation each student left with three pieces of written work of which they were very proud.
Katie Pinkstone: English Teacher
AUSTRALIAN MATHEMATICS COMPETITION
The Australian Mathematics Competition will take place on Thursday 5th August. It is an excellent opportunity provided by the Australian Mathematics Trust which gives all students the chance to demonstrate their problem-solving skills. Students receive a certificate upon completion which can be used as a wonderful addition to a portfolio that could be used when applying for part-time jobs or even University scholarships.
Entries close Monday 21st June (Last week of Term 2).
Entry is $6.50 per student and can be paid at the front office.
The competition is free for any Year 11 or Year 12 students who would like to participate. These students need to register their interest with either their classroom teacher or myself. Also, as part of the Accelerated Mathematics Program run here at the College, the Year 10 Accelerated class will be asked to participate in this Competition.
Dan Anderson: Leader of Learning - Mathematics
YEAR 7 STUDENTS PARTICIPATIING IN THEIR COMPULSORY POOL AQUATICS PROGRAM.
‘Kaleidoscope’, the Arts Grant Project generously funded by the Catholic Schools Office will commence on Thursday afternoon, June 3 in the Learning Hub. This will be the first time the College has undertaken a Project of this magnitude. Involving two professional writers, an internationally recognised composer, two talented illustrators and a group of trained theatre directors and actors, the Project will center around a group of fourteen students developing, refining and producing an illustrated picture book that is then transformed into original musical scores. Complementing this, a group of Drama students and dancers will undertake a whole day workshop leading to the creation of a collection of original short plays. ‘Kaleidoscope’ will culminate in an evening public showcase of the final products on World Literacy Day, Wednesday 8th September.
We look forward to sharing the various stages of the Project with you in ensuing newsletters.
Michael Lill: ‘Kaleidoscope’ Co-ordinator
The Environment Group, Year 12 Geography and Earth and Environmental Science classes visited a site in Pottsville on Friday 14th May to plant food trees for our critically endangered koalas. Whilst on site, the classes learnt about koala rehabilitation and the Tweed Shire Council’s Program and collaboration with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to treat and rehabilitate sick koalas. A big thankyou to Mr Chris Core for organizing such a great experience for our students.
A big thankyou to all parents who sent in their old mobile phone for recycling. The boxes are full and will be picked up this week for recycling.
Jackie Tilsley:Earth and Environmental Science Teacher
One of the bands playing at our Splendour in The Gilbey Concert is Emmogen Rain and The Hurricanes. Two students are from our school in this group, year 11 students Billy Campbell and Chris Biskup. The band is playing at the Tamworth Music Festival soon and have a gig at the Citadel on the 3rd of July here in Murwillumbah.
Student wellbeing and career resilience in a rapidly changing world: Parents and carers webinar
Friday, 4 June 2021, 12 pm AEST
Young people face a future working life which will be marked by constant change. The economic impacts of COVID-19 have caused labour market disruption and job losses for many young people who are over-represented in hard-hit industries such as tourism, hospitality, and arts and culture. Many students have missed important milestones and struggled with the isolation imposed by lockdowns.
In this webinar, Dr Lyn O'Grady, a psychologist specialising in the mental health and wellbeing of children, young people and their parents, will explore the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on student emotional and psychological wellbeing which may create obstacles for students facing complex career decisions and transitions. Lyn will offer practical advice, strategies and resources for parents and carers supporting students in extraordinary times of change.
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 form the puzzle in the last edition of the newsletter : Bryce Matlock & Luca Szandala
Answer : $10 000
YEAR 12 ACADEMIC EXCELLECE AND MERITS
CO-ORDINATOR'S, PRINCIPAL'S AND COLLEGE AWARDS
LISIEUX CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: George Fisher, Eva Barlow, Ava Brookes.
Year 8: Van Johnson, Flynn Jones, Remy Hawkins.
Year 9: Amelia Keyes, Petros Mackney, Isabella Millar.
Year 10: Brayden De Jonge
LISIEUX PRINCIPAL AWARDS
Year 8: Van Johnson
LORETO CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Maddison Shackell
Year 8: Murray Burnett
Year 9: Nicholas Males, Chloe Martin, Monique McDougall.
LORETO PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Maddison Shackell
LUCAN CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Zoe Gray, Annabelle O’Grady, Eboni Rawson, Jack Thornton, Menzie Tucker.
Year 8: Amelia Carr, Harrison Daley, Jade Folkers, Isabelle Levings, Noam Litvin, Oscar Stevens, Deia Aggebrink-Jones, Freda Biles, Annalise Cardillo, Samuel Daley, Lucy McTaggart, Skye Morton, Zade Spratt.
Year 9: Keira Lesleighter, Harrison Lever, Jude Livermore, Astra Fisher.
Year 10: Lucia Alexander, Hollie Arthur, Jayda McDermott, Amaya Scard, Ella Spratt, Lily Van Den Driest, Mischa Zabala, Jamie Cotelli.
LUCAN PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 8: Oscar Stevens, Samuel Daley, Lucy McTaggart.
Year 9: Astra Fisher
Year 10: Jayda McDermott
NAGLE CO-ORDINATOR'S AWARDS
Year 7: Miley Field, Charlize Green, Charlotte Macdonald, Taleishia Robinson, Kye Thierjung.
Year 8: Isiah Doevendans, Haylen Fox-Duong, Lily Hope, Beau Johnson, Claudia Larkin, Felix Morin-Graue, Marni Simmonds, Indiana Wadley, Isabelle Biersteker, Denzel Browning, Zarli Hughes-Davies.
Year 9: Amanita Barnaby-Bowe, Harrison Bugg, Sienna Bull, Maxwell Crawford, Ethan Elsegood, India Keeling, Amy Quirk, Alyssa Templeton.
Year 10: Dylan Bath-Dunne, Hannah Davis, Mitchell Grossman, Tashi Masterman, Leo Molinari.
Year 12: Mystique Millar
NAGLE PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS
Year 7: Miley Field, Taleishia Robinson.
Year 8: Isiah Doevendans, Beau Johnson, Felix Morin-Graue, Isabelle Biersteker.
Year 9: Alyssa Templeton
Year 10: Leo Molinari
NAGLE COLLEGE AWARDS
Year 10: Leo Molinari