It is only mid October but our Year 12 students sat in their final classes ever on Tuesday. After two days of SWOTVAC they began their external ATAR examinations today. We continue to pray the Year 12 students remain calm and focused as they undertake these important final examinations. These transition times are always emotional for those involved and this week has been such for our Senior students.
The College was awash with pink today as we showed our support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The aim is for the students to have some fun but more importantly to focus on this insidious condition that affects women but, importantly for our boys to understand, can also affect men. On this day especially, we stand in solidarity with all families within our community who have been affected by breast cancer. Funds donated today will be provided to the National Breast Cancer Foundation for research.
That wonderful energy that boys bring is back on campus with the student body engaging in and out of the classrooms. The football finals over the holiday break highlighted the successful teams have a strong culture and clear expectations and routines.
Spring has sprung and hopefully everyone has relaxed during their well-earned break. Term Four is upon us and while our Year 12 students gear up for their important ATAR External Exams, the rest of the student body has an action-packed term ahead of them.
Sound the horns, the end of term is around the corner. There’s more than a few key points below to ensure you are up-to-date with all that’s happening in Week 10.