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This term has begun with renewed vigour, with all co-curricular training and games commencing from day one. The most exciting is the Year 6 western musical called Ye-Ha! This production marks the first of what is hoped to be a long tradition celebrating and promoting the artistic talents of the College’s primary students. The recent completion of the Mary Glowrey Centre, with the inclusion of a state-of-the-art auditorium, provided the perfect opportunity to invite the Year 6 students of 2022 to build their confidence and acting and singing skills through this high-energy and exciting co-curricular activity. The drama staff have loved seeing all children build their confidence and commitment and immerse themselves in this rich learning experience for all.

On Wednesday the entire Junior School enjoyed the experience through multiple productions in readiness for Saturday’s big performances in the College’s Flynn Theatre at Athelstone. The feeling was electric as the stage came to life with an all-singing and all-dancing cast of over 50 students.

If you can’t see it, you can’t be it. The talented Year 6 students won’t know the impact they have made this week in planting the vision of who our younger students can be. I don’t think there was a boy or a girl who saw this week’s production, feeling like they wouldn’t want to be on stage. Congratulations to our talented Year 6 pioneers who have established an incredibly high benchmark with our first ever Junior School musical. Our hats off to you: Ye-Ha!

Mr Nic Boys
Head of Junior School

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