Made possible by an extraordinary gift of $20 million from Mr Terry Snow AM, in the coming months, the School will begin construction of a new auditorium, music department, and centre for reading, research and learning at the very heart of our campus. The project is a powerful expression of our School’s holistic tradition, and it underpins our core aspiration to educate students who are curious, creative, confident and compassionate young citizens of the world.
Our Year 11s are currently participating in their P&F Mock Interviews. This event is organised each year to help students build #confidence & prepare for life beyond school. Thank you to all the parents, Alumni & staff for their involvement & helping create this opportunity. pic.twitter.com/ZWJ0IfX0qb
In this week's Primary School Virtual Assembly, four of our Year 5 students, Emily, Lukas, Imogen & Thomas, let us know a few ways we can continue to greet, communicate & respect each other, even if we can't shake hands or hug at the moment! pic.twitter.com/ODJoKzWtkq
#NRW2020 has involved lots of learning! The students at the Campbell campus have built a Reconciliation display. Joshua is showing the Aboriginal Flag that he painted while Henley is showing one of the rare and beautiful Australian birds that is found nowhere else but Australia. pic.twitter.com/WhxNht8r7s
Freya (Yr1) used the story of 'Sidney Spider - A Tale of Friendship' to follow a themed recipe to develop her procedural writing skills, as part of a Literacy Enrichment challenge. Great to see our students aspiring to be creative in their learning! pic.twitter.com/1ZWdlScmi3
Darcey (Yr9 Boarder) is making the most of the current weather & keeping active outside. 'Life is like riding a bicycle to keep your balance you must keep moving’ ~ Albert Einstein. pic.twitter.com/THJeJwhVR5