The Most Fantastic, Funniest Camp Ever
By Tima Korin, Year 4 Student
I loved all the activities at the Year 4 camp but my favourites were rock climbing and canoeing. Lake Ainsworth was such a beautiful, brilliant place.
Andrew Michael, Junior School Sport Co-ordinator
On Thursday we held the first half of our Athletics Carnival on the new Athletics track. There was so much excitement, energy and not to mention nerves as our young athletes put the new track to the test. It was a successful day had by all and we can’t wait to see the rest of the Carnival on Saturday 23 July where Age and House Champions will be decided.
Training for the APS team will continue in week 3 Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.00am right through until the APS Carnival on 9 August and South Coast on 6 and 7 of September. Good luck to all our athletes.
The Lower Primary (Pre-Prep to Year 2) Athletics Carnival will be held on Thursday 28 July at 1.20pm on the Common. There will be plenty of excitement and House spirit as we see our young athletes race down the straight in the 40m and 80m dash and test their balance and co-ordination in the egg n spoon and sac race. If you get there early enough, you might even get to see Mrs Framp do the Health Hussle!!
During the school holidays Hugh Munro and William Powell were representing South Coast at the Queensland Schools AFL and Hockey tournaments. Hugh was selected to play in the mid field for the South Coast team where they won the Queensland AFL All Schools Championships by 40 points. William was selected to play on the wing for the South Coast Hockey team where they came third at the Queensland All Schools Championships. Congratulations to both Hugh and William.
Jorga has been selected to represent Queensland again at the Australian Schools Championships to be held in Darwin in September. This came as a result of Jorja winning six Gold Medals at the Queensland Schools Swim Championships and being awarded the Swimmer of the Meet. Good Luck to Jorja, her hard work and dedication to swimming is certainly paying off.
During the holidays James competed in the State Clubs Championships for gymnastics, held in Caloundra. James and his team won overall in Men's Gymnastics Level 5 and his club maintained their position as first overall in the state. James has been selected to compete in the National Clubs Championship again this year, to be held in Bendigo in September. Well done James.
Last week Hugh competed in the Queensland Surf Life Saving Still Water Championships. Hugh achieved two Gold Medals and a Silver Medal for his efforts.
During the school holidays Alex competed with the Gold Coast Under 12 Touch Football team and competed at the Queensland Championships at Hervey Bay. Alex's team came 6th out of 22 teams. Well done to Alex!« Back to IndexNext article in this edition »