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Anthem: Ensemble with Phoenix and Caleb

Leaders: Alysha and Matthew

Acknowledgement of Country: Jordyn

Principal’s Address - 'Dropping the ball' Part 2

Mr Green encouraged students to strive for the target of 95% attendance. He reminded students of the Every Day Counts House award for Attendance and the bonus points:

  • Best attending house on a Friday
  • House that improves the most

Results for last week are:

  • 1st Balkuin – with bonus points 9
  • 2nd Bonda and Barang - 6 points
  • 4th Dherwain - 4 points

Mr Green announced the Student draw prize, reminding students that to be eligible, they must exceed the school targets of 95% attendance and very good or excellent on effort and behaviour in their report cards.  The winning student, Tasha Jillet, received a $20 iTunes voucher. Well done Tasha.

Turn your satisfactory results into very good or excellent. Keep your attendance high. It is important that we set targets and we work to achieve them. We can all be here for every lesson and give our best in effort and behaviour.

English Faculty

Ms Clifford acknowledged students in a range of extra curriculum activities related to English.

In July, 100 students participated in an examination of English Skills in an International Competition (ICAS). The students who achieved Credit and Distinction were applauded and presented with their achievement Mr Green student in the ICAS Competition.

Credit Certificates

  • Shaeli Bee
  • Milrus Caguimbal
  • Kaylin Thayer
  • Nikita Barnes
  • Bianca Verblakt
  • Samantha Bonell
  • Britney Cawkwell
  • Mirra Edwards-Brown
  • Jack Halpin
  • Tayla Morrin
  • Jacqueline Bennet
  • Abigail Haydon
  • Chris McDonough
  • Liam Dodman
  • Mardi Duncan
  • Breanna Geange

Distinction Certificates

  • Rebecca Sherrie
  • Laura Barrett
  • Harry Potter
  • Kirra Thompson
  • Lachlan McLeod
  • Griffin Forrest
  • Emily-Jane Harvey


Debating Captain, Belynda Cheyne introduced the Senior Debating teams and their coaches who were applauded on stage for their efforts.
Coach: Mrs Dang
Belynda Cheyne
Tayla Gray
Aaron De Smet
Jadzia Clifford-Pugh
Coach : Mr Parker
Caspian Inskip
Jess Liddelow
Scott Schultz
Natalie Allison
Tom Lister
Coach: Mrs Herould
Noah Andison
Sarah Lindsay
Mardi Duncan
Brittania Clifford-Pugh
Carley McColl

Bard Stars

Bard Stars Captain, Jadzia Clifford-Pugh, spoke about Harristown’s Shakespeare Ensemble run by Lady Kate Walsh and their workshops, where students are immersed in deep learning about the works of William Shakespeare, the characters and ideas. This year one of the Bard Stars, Jacinta Taylor, competed in the Queensland Youth Shakespeare Festival, Shakefest, with a complex short film titled ‘Othello: A Love Story”. She was one of 5500 students from across the state to compete in the festival. At Regionals she went through a gruelling interview, produced a profile which explained her ideas, concepts and creative process and saw her film watched and judged by a panel of theatre professionals.  Jacinta was successful, winning the Film section in the region and making it to the top 153 going to the State Finals.  Her film screened in the foyer of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.  Well done Jacinta.


Don’t forget to order your Crescam. This year they are only printing the number that are ordered.


Aerosol cans not to be brought to school due to health effects.