2020 Term 4 Week 3

2020 Term 4 Week 3
From the Principal
At our last Senior School Assembly for the year on Thursday 22 October, we farewelled our Year 12 students from their formal classes. This is a significant event for them, signalling as it does the end of that part of their lives. I spoke at the time of my respect and affection for them and commented particularly on the fact that I have been most impressed with the manner in which they handled the challenges... read more
From the Head of Senior School
As our senior students are approaching the middle week of Term 4, we realise that there is still a great journey ahead, with events such as the upcoming Year 11 drama production – Peter Pan, the start of the Year 9 STAR program, the Year 10 STEAM presentations, and our examinations for students in Years 8 to 11. At Speech Day, we take the opportunity to present to the community our Senior Leaders... read more
Music Results
  • Australian Music Examinations Board Results
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Senior School Sport
  • School Sport SA Cycling Championships
  • Interclub #12 

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Peter Pan
Rehearsals for our year 11 drama production of Peter Pan are going strong! Last week students had sword combat choreography with Drama Teacher and Stage Combat Master Jethro Pidd, Green Screen filming with Jackson Pawelski (Year 12) and costume fittings with Cat Turnbull, Keeley Wright (Class of 2019) and Thomas Sheldon (Class of 2019). The magical set is also starting to take shape. Performances are... read more
Vocational Services Report
  • SATAC Diary Dates
  • Steel Fabrication Apprenticeship
  • Space Industry Work Experience Opportunities
  • Skills Lab Digital Engineering Apprenticeships
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From the Head of Junior School
When speaking with families who are enrolling their children into the College, we often talk about shared expectations between the home and the College. One of the most common reasons as to why parents choose the College is due to the academic reputation of our community. As a non-academically selective school, our students are genuinely of mixed ability; however, we are very proud to see the continued... read more
Junior School News
  • Norwood Council Youth Art Awards
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Junior School Sport
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Tuckshop News
Senior School Given we will not be having the volunteers for the remainder of the year, firstly we thank those of year 12 students who are leaving us. We have thoroughly enjoyed your company, and of course will see you in the travels forward. To any new Parents/Caregivers who would like to volunteer for 2021 tuckshop duties, you are more than welcome to our small establishment.  We guarantee... read more
From the Parents and Friends
Dear Parents & Caregivers, As we’re heading towards the end of the year, there is an increase in the number of catch-up and year level events being organised as well as end of year picnics. This is great to see and the Committee thanks the work that the Parent Reps have put in this year during the ever changing landscape. We do however remind people that we should all comply with the current... read more