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.
Mark Pitura, Junior School Sports Co-ordinator
Years 1 and 2 had their Swimming Carnival for 2018 on Wednesday 14 November. The morning’s proceedings were opened by official marches and war cries. Students took part in four swimming races, Novelty event, Kickboard race, Backstroke and Freestyle.
Their faces beamed with joy as they showed off their swimming skills which they have been practicing this year in their weekly swimming lessons. The students were lucky enough to have in-water support from our Year 6 House Captains as well as a number of Year 6 Helpers.
At the end of the carnival, the results were as follows:
• 1st Starkey - 120 points
• 2nd Andrews - 113 points
• 3rd Veivers – 90 points
• 4th Laver – 83 points
• 5th Franklin – 80 points
A special thank you to all who came out to support this wonderful morning. To Mr Butcher, the Gap Students, Teaching Assistants and our wonderful teaching staff, thank you for your dedication and tireless efforts on the day.
Congratulations to Sarah Hammett who competed in the recent Golf Nationals in Geelong, Victoria. The Queensland Team which she was a part of had a clean sweep, winning the Girls Nett, Boys Nett and Overall Gross, making them the National Champions 2018. Well Done Sarah!!
Monday 26 November - Semester Two Sports and Cultural Assembly – Great Hall
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