Pierre de Coubertin Award 2016

July 18, 2016 at 11:44 am

Sophie Harwood- Pierre de Coubertin AwardThis year, Sophie Harwood has been honoured at the Queensland Olympic Council award ceremony, being named as a Pierre de Coubertin Award recipient.
The award is named after the founder of the modern Olympics and take place annually. This year was the 21st year of Queensland senior secondary school students being recognised in their ability to demonstrate attributes consistent with Olympism through participation and commendable behaviour in sporting activities. Sophie received her award after being nominated. In her nomination she was asked to submit a written piece of work discussing what the Olympics has meant to her and her local community. Sophie’s written piece spoke of local sporting opportunities offered and how our local community has been able to supply Olympic champions over a number of years, including this year’s flag bearer Anna Meares.Sophie Harwood with Angie Lambert Natalie Cook Nicholas Sprenger

 

Sophie spent a day with other Award recipients and a number of previous recipients and Olympic champions. Some of the special guests Sophie was able to mingle with included, five time Olympic beach volleyball champion, Natalie Cook, gold medal winning hockey player Angie Lambert, swimming ace Nicholas Sprenger and previous Pierre de Coubertin Award recipient and VC recipient Dan Keighran.

James Lye –  Director of Student Wellbeing

Year 3 & 4 – Red Cross Pillowcase Project

July 18, 2016 at 11:43 am

Pillow Project 4IMG_5875On Tuesday 12 July, Year 3 and 4 had some visitors from the Australian Red Cross.  Their names were Laine and Stephanie.  They taught us about the Pillowcase Project and how to be prepared for emergencies and disasters.  In small groups, we chose items which would be useful in an emergency kit.  These items included: food, water, medication, mobile phone and radio.  We also learned how to prepare and calm our mind for an emergency – this was called colourful breathing.  Lastly we decorated our pillowcases with fabric markers.  Some students drew their ‘happy place’ and others drew items which would remind them of what to pack.

Written by Jorja Hoare, Fynn McSherry and Grace Chiverall

Paterson House Refurbishment

July 18, 2016 at 11:42 am

Grand old Paterson House’s roof is currently receiving some tender loving care. A huge and costly step in the preservation of our iconic Heritage Listed building. Mr Fay has indicated that even with our recent heavy rain it will be complete by early to mid August.

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Equestrian News

July 18, 2016 at 11:40 am

Emily Lang MaryboroughInterschool Showjumping State Championship

In the second week of the holidays I travelled down to Toowoomba to represent Girls Grammar at the Interschool Showjumping State Championships on my horse Chandelier.  Freezing yet excited, I competed over two days in the 90cm and 1m classes. There were 50 competitors from all over the state in these classes making it a tough competition. I was fortunate enough to place overall Reserve Champion in the 90cm class. Because of my performance, I was offered a spot on the Queensland Showjumping team that will compete at the Interschool National Championships in Sydney at the end of September. Excited to finally leave the freezing cold weather I then travelled to Maryborough to meet the rest of the team Brooke & Tayla Wallace, Leah McBride, Millie Driscoll, Georgia Davies and Tyla Cringle to compete in the Pony Club Dressage, Combined Training and Horse Trials State Championships.

Written By Emily Lang – Year 11

 

Pony Club Dressage, Combined Training and Horse Trials State Championship

Day 1 & 2 was the Dressage phase. Leah McBride, making her debut, finished up with an amazing 2nd overall for her competitive preliminary group.PCAQ Gatton 1

Day 3 saw us competing in Combined Training – this consisted of one Dressage test and a Showjumping Round. In the 12 and Under 60cm Amelia Driscoll finished 4th, 70cm Tayla Cringle 2nd, Preliminary 1m class Georgia Davies 5th & Emily Lang 6th and I came home with a 6th overall in my novice 80cm.

Leah McBrideDay 4 & 5 was Eventing – rainclouds were rolling in and by 10am the heavens open; within five minutes horse, rider and everything in-between was soaked to the core. When the rain finally let up, we were left with boggy slippery grounds but the great news was we were all sitting high in the rankings after the Dressage phase! Finally Day 5 arrived – the cross country and showjumping! Fortunately the grounds had dried a little overnight. As riders entered the fenced box and were counted down to go, we wished each other a safe ride and off we galloped. We all crossed the finish line safely. We then jumped our showjump round before the final presentation.

Brooke MaryboroughGathering on horseback in the centre ring for the last time, with great results – Tayla Wallace 5th overall in the 12 and under group and Emily Lang coming home with an amazing 2nd for the large Introductory group. Georgia Davies finished 5th and I finished with a 14th in the Preliminary eventing group.

After an exhausting week the RGGS equestrian girls travelled home, most of us very happy with our results, knowing we gave it our all! Next weekend Emily Lang, Georgia Davies, Matilda and Sarah Donaldson will be travelling to Burpengary for the Interschool State Eventing Championships where we will be proudly wearing our RGGS white and gold.

Brooke Wallace – Year 12

Student Achievement – Kaitlyn Lucas

July 18, 2016 at 11:36 am

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Kaitlyn Lucas is now 1CQ following the competition held in Biloela on Saturday 25 June!  Kaitlyn also achieved 3QC at Queensland Country held in Sarina on Saturday 2 July and was selected to represent the Queensland Country Team at the State Championships in September this year. To top it off, Kaitlin finished second in the Bundaberg Cane Toad Classic last weekend.

Great work Kaitlyn!

Semester 1 Sporting Colours

July 18, 2016 at 11:36 am

Sporting Colours Full and HalfCongratulations to the following girls for earning Semester 1 Sporting Colours.  We have many talented girls here are Girls Grammar!

Half Colours
Bianca Phillips – Volleyball
Emily Lang – Cross Country
Jemma Mallyon – Cross Country
Emily Richardson – Hockey

Full Colours
Molly Harwood – Water Polo
Sophie Harwood – Water Polo
Grace Kennedy – Rowing
Emma Kennedy – Rowing

Semester 1 Academic Colours & Medallion Recipients

July 18, 2016 at 11:35 am

The primary focus of Girls Grammar is of course academic success for our students. We recently had the opportunity to recognise our Semester 1 academic high achievers from Year 4 to 12 during assembly. It is pleasing to see the dedication, perseverance and academic talent of our students recognised. The students below have achieved academic success across a range of subject areas and have maintained consistently high grades for the entire semester. I encourage students who may be disappointed to have missed out on academic recognition to refocus energies for Semester 2. Congratulations girls.

Dr John Fry – Director of Learning

Primary School

Year 4 AcademicYear 4
Academic Merit
Halima Bokhari
Georgie Brennan
Bethany Dey
Bridie Doyle

 

 

 

Year 5 Academic

 

Year 5

Academic Merit
Claudia Heffer
Claudia Johnstone

Academic Excellence
Emelia Heilig

 

 

Year 6 Academic

 

Year 6

Academic Merit
Emilyanne Bell
Coco Doblo
Mirae Ries

Academic Excellence
Aiman Bokhari
Mia Pienaar

 

 

Middle School

Year 7
Half Colours
Brodie Donaldson
Charlotte Graham
Lilliana Harrison
Olivia Sherry

Full ColoursMiddle School Half Academic Colours
Lujaine Hussain
Emma Jones
Sydney Peff
Tayla Wallace
Frances Watson

Year 8
Half Colours
Aleisha Cesar
Lily Geary
Molly Harwood
Karla Heilig
Taylor O’Toole
Isabella Wythes

Full Colours
Chloe Cowan
Jayme McKellarMIddle School Full Academic Colours

Year 9
Half Colours
Darcie Lang
Tafadzwa Runganga
Claire Sherry

Full Colours
Isla Houston
Leah McBride
Mackenzie Morgan

 

Senior School

Year 10 

Half Colours
Brianna Austin
Olivia Harwood
Jessica Payne
Lucinda Simmons
Jema Van der Meer

Full ColoursSenior School Half Academic Colours
Kailee Butcher
Sherri Green
Nadine Hay
Amiee Leane
Jasmine Mick

 

Year 11

Half Colours
Josie Bradford
Meredith Fay
Mikaela Maskell
Rayne Sterritt
Qianhe Tian
Layla Wilson

Full Colours
Caitlin Bartlett
Grace McCoskerSenior School Full Academic Colours
Courtney Smith
Felicity Weier

Year 12

Half Colours
Sarah Bell
Katelyn Cesar
Sophie Gubbins
Emma Kennedy
Maddison Horton
Mhairi Maitland
Hannah Petersen
Holly Purser
Eva Theodore

Full Colours
Tiffany Baker
Renae Hay
Tahlia Kelly
Grace Kennedy
Maddison King
Janae Walsh

Semester 1 Community Connection Colours

July 18, 2016 at 11:34 am

CCom Connections Half Coloursongratulations to our Colours recipients for Semester 1 Community Connections. These girls have volunteered their time and effort to many worthy causes and events over the last six months. Well done and keep up the good work!

Half Colours
Jasmin Dwyer
Holly Purser
Tiffany Baker
Renae Hay
Elizabeth Webb
Melanie Cox
Sophie Gubbins
Hannah Peterson
Monique Hill
Kelsey Kleier
Claire SherryCommunity Con Full Colours
Brianna Austin

Full Colours
Tahlia Kelly
Sophie Harwood
Sallie Salisbury
Hannah Green
Mhairi Maitland
Lucy Davison

Drama News – Shake & Stir Theatre Company Performance

July 18, 2016 at 11:34 am

Shake and Stir WorkshopThis July, RGGS students had the joy of hosting Shake & Stir Theatre Company for their touring production of Oversharer. The work explored the growing role of social media and digital forums in modern life, considering the impact of bullying behaviours online. Over the past four consecutive years, Shake & Stir’s touring performances have become something of an annual tradition. This year, the school was doubly fortunate to have the company’s artistic directors themselves make the journey to Rockhampton to perform. The girls practically stampeded into the school hall, such was the excitement for this year’s performance. Following the show, our Drama students in Years 9 – 12 benefited enormously from Ross, Nelle and Nick’s wealth of experience in an intensive workshop on contemporary theatre making. We are looking forward to seeing more from them in the future!

Jessica Lamb – Drama Teacher

Staffing Updates

July 13, 2016 at 2:32 pm

Welcome to our new Accounts Officer Tiffany Treen, and welcome back to Nora Hanasy who is teaching secondary art again!

Farewell to Hannah Mounsey, our Art and Technology teacher,  who has taken on her dream job at Carinity School and Dale Munns in Accounts who has retired.

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School Calendar

June 30, 2016 at 2:09 pm

Please find below a link to our School Calendar.  This calendar lists all events in the school community and can be found on our main website. Links to further information on certain events are also available through the events.

Rockhampton Girls Grammar School Calendar

To access the calendar specific to students which contains information regarding assessment tasks and due dates, please log in to Parent Lounge, which can be found under ‘Our Links‘ on our main website.

 

QISSN Update

June 30, 2016 at 12:59 pm

QISSN1QISSN is well and truly under way this week with some great results for our Girls Grammar team.

The last two days of competition have been intense. OuQISSN3r QISSN team has played hard and finished fourth in their pool. Their last game on Tuesday was a really tight game, with the added pressure of the game being live-streamed. They came from behind to win 18 to 17 against Xavier College. This means they played in two qualifying finals before their Grand Final. Our first Qualifying Final was on Thursday at 8.45am at CQ University, Court 2 against a very determined Marist College.  The second Qualifying Final was held at 1.15pm at Emmaus College, with Grand Finals played on Friday 1 July 2016.

If you missed the live stream game on Tuesday  you can go to the following link:

QISSN Live Stream Game

Thank you all for your ongoing support!

Jacalean Wines and James Lye QISSN2

125 Celebration Memorabilia

June 30, 2016 at 12:55 pm

Memorabilia for Sale – all proceeds from merchandise go towards the restoration of Paterson House.

  • RGGS P&F Cookbook – A Taste of Time $10
  • The Wider View, First Edition $25
  • Hearts Bright with Hope $20
  • 125th umbrellas $40
  • 125th wine glasses and tumblers $10 each

These items can be posted – call Theresa on 07 49300900 to place an order.

Taste of Time

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Lost Property

June 30, 2016 at 12:53 pm

We have a large number of items of unnamed lost property at Reception at the moment.  Everything from hats and jumpers, to black school shoes, joggers and even a pram/stroller that was left at our Open Day and Gaia Festival.

If you or your daughter are missing any items please visit Reception and we can help to identify if something belongs to you.

We would also like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to ensure that all uniform items are clearly named.  If items are named we can easily return them to their owners.

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Upcoming Regional Events

June 30, 2016 at 12:52 pm

Please find below links to a number of upcoming events in regional areas:

Girls Grammar Rolleston Gathering

7 July 12 noon Rolleston Coffee Cart in the Park

Girls Grammar AgGrow Gathering

8 July 5.30pm Mayfair Ridge Tavern

RSPCA Day

June 30, 2016 at 12:51 pm

On Friday 17 June 2016, the Primary School held their annual RSPCA Day.  Students came dressed as their favourite animal and through their donations raised a whopping $292 for the RSPCA.RSPCA

Yeppoon Show Results

June 30, 2016 at 12:50 pm

The Girls Grammar Cattle Club attended the Yeppoon Show on 11 and 12 June.  The results are as follows:

Lowlines

Kajaani – First in Heifer 12-24 months and Champion Heifer.

Secret – Second in heifer 12-24 months and reserve champion heifer.

Janarli and Lawbreaker – First in Cow 24 months plus.

Leroy – Second in Bull under 18 months

Brahmans – Viva Brahmans

Bradman – third in Bull under 12 months

Belle – third in heifer under 12 months

Girls

Kasey Davies – 4th and Hannah Knight – 5th in Junior Judging Under 15 years.

Kelsey Kleier – 4th in Junior Judging 15 Years and over

Kasey Davies – 4th in Junior Parading 13-Under 15 years.

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Photo of Kajaani being led by Georgia Sherry winning Champion Heifer.

Written by Ku Lacey – Agricultural Science Teacher

New Newsletter Format

June 21, 2016 at 10:59 am

Dear Girls Grammar family

Welcome to our new electronic newsletter. We hope you enjoy the new responsive (mobile friendly) format.
Please feel free to forward onto family and friends. There is the option to subscribe, parents are not required to subscribe.

Sullivan’s Netball Carnival

June 21, 2016 at 10:12 am

Sullivans Carnival 2Lacing up netball shoes, filling water bottles and stretching like never before, excitedly awaiting the weekend ahead. Sullivan’s Netball Carnival would be our time to try things a little bit differently and put our teamwork and netball skills to the test. Girls Grammar entered three teams; Galaxy, Eclipse and Comets. We worked hard all weekend, improving with each game.

There were wins and losses but our spirit continued to shine through with laughs, smiles and sneaky little pranks all weekend. As the weekend came to a close, Galaxy tied second in their Junior A1 division and unfortunately no other Girls Grammar team reached the top three. Nursing interesting tan lines, sore muscles we didn’t know we had and tired eyes we parted ways, sporting the Girls Grammar spirit all the way.
Thank You to the parents who supported the teams during the weekend, as well as the coaches and managers of all three teams. Their help was incredible.

Written by Tiffany Baker – Year 12

Sullivans Carnival

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Hospitality Excursion

June 21, 2016 at 10:10 am

HospitalityHospitality Excursion

The Hospitality Students participated in a Breakfast at the Edge Hotel on Thursday 2 June.  This progressed to a hotel familiarisation of the Empire Hotel.  Thanks to Zac Garven the Marketing and Business Development of these hotels for taking our students for a tour of the property and explaining the operational side of this business.  This excursion allowed the students to obtain an in-depth study of the hotel and its facilities.

Written by Stacey Rogers – Home Economics/Hospitality Teacher

 

Music Progress Concert – Term 2

June 21, 2016 at 10:04 am

IMG_4847Music Progress Concert – Term 2

We were so proud of our students and it was lovely to receive comments on how much they had progressed from the Term 1 concert.

Everyone performed well including our first time performers. There were no tears or stage fright so overall it was a very successful concert.
Thank you to Mhairi Maitland for compering and Georgina Driscoll and Tia Wilson who were our trusty backstage crew for the evening.  A huge thank you to Ryan for taping the evening and organising the sound and for Nadia for taking photos on the night.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

Written by Jessica and Christina – Music Department

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Science News

June 21, 2016 at 9:59 am

Science rocks, we really dig it!

CavesThis term the Year 8 students  have been studying geology in science, covering topics such as metamorphic rocks, sedimentary rocks, igneous rocks and the effect of weathering and erosion. On Friday 3
June our science teachers Ms Dey and Mrs Whitehand took us on an excursion 30 minutes north of Rockhampton to the Capricorn Caves. The purpose of this excursion was to give us a first-hand visual experience within our local area of the subjects we had been studying in class.

When we arrived at the, we separated into our two classes and met the tour guides. While Katherine, one of the tour guides, escorted a class through the dry rainforest; Jay, the other guide, took the others into the caves. During the dry rainforest tour we saw the structural features of the rainforest, how the flora and fauna have adapted to their environment over time and back at the kiosk we looked at bones under a magnifying glass. Katherine also let us touch a dead bird eating spider and pat a blue tongue lizard.

The second tour was very exciting, our guide Jay led us through cave passages where we saw a swarm of tiny bent winged bats flying above us. Because our unit had been based around rocks we were taught about stalactites and stalagmites. One of the highlights of the trip though was the cathedral cave, we were allowed to sit in the pews and watch the light show and listen to the amazing acoustics while ‘Hello’ by Adele was played through one tiny speaker.

Our captivating and fun adventure at the caves has furthered the understanding that we have on how rocks form over time and reinforced what we have learnt in class.  May the quartz be with you!

A Day Made Better – Teacher Recognition

June 21, 2016 at 9:56 am

A Day Made Better rewards and recognises exceptional primary and secondary school teachers across the country. We invite parents, students, fellow staff members, or anyone who has ever known an exceptional teacher to show their appreciation by giving them the recognition they deserve.

Exceptional teachers do more than just teach – they inspire, nurture and encourage students to build knowledge, confidence and life-skills. This year, ten exceptional teachers will be rewarded for their inspirational work with a surprise event including prizes valued at $5,000 and an Apple iPad for their classroom. So if you know of a primary or secondary school teacher that should be celebrated, show your support and nominate now.

Girls Grammar already have 17 teachers nominated!  If you would like to add to their votes, or nominate another teacher, please head to the link and vote.

A Day Made Better – Rockhampton Girls Grammar School

Staff already nominated include:

Christie Mahon

Hannah Mounsey

Jacqui Goltz

Jade Allgood

Jessica Lamb

Kaitlin Robbs

Kate Lang

Ku Lacey

Linda McLeod

Mark Avery

Melanie Hickson

Nikki Hislop

Paul Morris

Peter Cox

Sian Fullagar

Stacey Rogers

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Boarding Plus Program Launch

June 21, 2016 at 9:54 am

INTRODUCING OUR BOARDING PLUS PROGRAM

Boarding at Girls Grammar currently offers boarding to rural, remote and international students, which is supported by exceptional care and first class facilities. 125 years of experience in the provision of residential schooling has enabled us to become truly specialist in the important role we play in the lives of our young women.

FROM TERM 3 2016

ROCKHAMPTON GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL OFFERS

BOARDING PLUS

A RANGE OF FLEXIBLE BOARDING OPTIONS TO SUIT THE NEEDS OF ALL FAMILIES

 

WEEKLY BOARDING Monday to Friday, where students go home for the weekend and return Sunday evening.

FLEXI BOARDING – We recognise from time to time families may require flexible boarding arrangements. These include weekends or a short block of time during the School term.

COCURRICULAR BOARDING – Offering day students involved in sporting activities with demanding hours, the option to board a couple of nights per week. For example rowing.

EXTENDED DAY SCHOOL BOARDING – Offering busy day student families a boarding option from Years 7–12, providing afternoon tea, participation in cocurricular sport or study and dinner. Students are collected by parents at 9.30pm.

Please contact Reception Reception@rggs.qld.edu.au  07 49300900

 

Introducing our Boarding Plus Program

Dance Star Preliminary State Finals

June 21, 2016 at 9:52 am

Dance Star Preliminary State Finals
Our Girls Grammar Performance Company (Dance) recently competed at the Dance Star Preliminary Finals and State Finals in May and June. They did exceptionally well at both competitions. Congratulations to the group for their third place with their contemporary piece at Finals. Congratulations also to Layla Wilson and Claire De Villiers for coming second with their hip hop duo and Janae Walsh who not only qualified for Nationals as a soloist in three different sections (two first places and a second) but also gained the highest score of the entire competition for her Contemporary Solo. Janae will compete at the Nationals on the Gold Coast in August.

Written by Louise McSherry – Dance Coordinator

Rowing News by Rob Fay

June 21, 2016 at 9:46 am

Saturday May 28 2016 saw a number of our Girls Grammar students compete in a Rockhampton  Schools Sprint Rowing Regatta.Rowing 280516

A summary of the results for the first  to fourth Placings are as follows:

Race 7  Year 9 Double – Claire Sherry/Gabby Davis  2nd

Race 9  Novice Single Scull  Div 1 – Caitlyn Ryan  -1st

Race 10 Novice Single  Scull Div 2 – Luka Hill 1st , Britaney Adams 3rd

Race 19 Year 9 single Scull – Claire Sherry 4th

Race 21  Novice Quad Scull – Felicity Weier/Britaney Adams/Caitlyn Ryan/Luka Hill/ Melanie Cox (cox)  1st

Rowing2Race 21 Novice Quad Scull – Matilda Donaldson/Sarah Donaldson/Jasmine Mick/Amiee Leane/ Jemma Green (cox) 4th

Race 28 Year 8 Double Scull – Matilda Donaldson, Jemma Green 4th

Race 35 Year 9 Quad Scull – Claire Sherry/ Sarah Donaldson/ Melanie Cox with Emmaus girls  2nd

Race 38 Novice double sculls – Caitlyn Ryan/ Felicity Weier 1st

Luka Hill/Britaney Adams 2nd

 Amiee Leane/Jasmine Mick 3rd

Well Done Ladies!

Written by Robin Fay – RGGS Rowing Coordinator

P&F Shop News

June 21, 2016 at 9:36 am

New Style Tracksuit & Jackets

The sample of the new style tracksuit jacket and pants is now available for a fitting at the P&F Uniform Shop.

Can parents or students please come and see me as soon as possible if you would like to order the new style.  Delivery will be approx. 6-8 weeks from order date.

Jackets $88

Pants $60

There are limited sizes in both old and new stock so be quick to ensure that you don’t miss out!

 

Uniform Hints & Tips

The upcoming school holidays are a great time to ensure your uniforms are in excellent condition.  In addition to checking hem lengths, some ideas to help with this are as follows:

White Sports Shirts – we have found that soaking these in a product like Napisan for three days, before washing, does the trick.

Black School Shoes – the holidays are a great chance to polish the school shoes and treat with a leather protector to ensure longevity.

 

Secondhand Uniform Sale

We are having a sale of second hand items in the shop that have been here for 18 months or more.

Everything is priced at $10 and under.

Jason Rich Foundation Fun Run

June 21, 2016 at 9:27 am

Jason RichOn Sunday 15 May, a team of Year 11 students participated in Yeppoon’s Jason Rich Foundation Fun Run. Demonstrating true Girls Grammar community spirit, our girls completed the event to raise funds for youth defensive driving. It was a spectacular morning and we look forward to attending again next year.

Primary Athletics Carnival

June 10, 2016 at 2:47 pm

aths1On Monday 23 May the Primary girls participated in the annual athletics carnival.  It was a beautiful day with the track fast and the smiles on the faces of all in attendance. Events included mini hurdles, javelin, discus, long jump, high jump, shot put, hammer throw and the traditional sprints and relay events. All students did their very best with 17 girls being selected to represent Girls Grammar at the Rockhampton and Districts Athletics Carnival. With every carnival there has to be a winner and this year the winning overall House was Paterson.  The spirit award went Smith House. The Year 6, Parent, Teacher relay was won by the Parents, although I think they had some Olympic athletes in final training for Rio in their team.
Thanks to the teachers, Mr Cheers and the Grounds Staff for your assistance and support making the day a wonderful experience for the girls and I know all involved are looking forward to next year’s carnival.

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2016 Primary Athletics Age Champions

(Medallions were presented at the Primary Assembly on June 8)

5 Years                         Laine Kelly
6 Years                         Maya Graham-Hohn
7 Years                         Evelyn Hallett & Phoebe Fenton
8 Years                         Dakota Richards
9 Years                         Mikayla Cheers
10 Years                       Emilia Heilig
11 Years                       Arkadie Dwyer
12 Years                       Mirae Ries

Winning House            Paterson House
Spirit Award                  Smith House

Students selected to attend Rockhampton and Districts Primary Athletics Trials are:
Emilia Heilig, Savanna Mick, Georgia Brennan, Samantha Hilker, Evah Hattingh, Brenna Baker, Divya Balasubramaniam, Summer Whitehand, Arkadie Dwyer, Georgia-May Chadwick, Claudia Heffer, Tatenda Runganga, Macy Doyle, Mirae Ries, Abbey Fenton, Amelia Driscoll, Charlize Mallyon.

Written by Mr Fuller

Instrumental Music Payments

June 9, 2016 at 2:44 pm

IMG_4997As we are reaching the conclusion of Term 2 please remember to sign up and pay for Semester 2 if you wish your daughter to continue lessons.

If you signed up and paid for a year at the commencement of Term 1 your daughter will continue her enrolment in the Instrumental Program. For those who signed up and paid for Semester 1 only, please remember to sign the Instrumental sign-up sheet and return to the school with payment to enrol your daughter for Semester 2 lessons.

Instrumental/vocal lessons will be commencing Monday 11 July, Week 1 Term 3. As this is a short semester, late payments may result in your daughter forfeiting one or some of her fifteen lessons for the semester.

Christina and Jessica – Music Department