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17.06.19
Year 7 Students Complete Sacramental Program
Last Friday Jack Spedding, Harry Mitchell, Kaelan Markey, Finn Leary and Eli Lear completed the Sacramental program by receiving their sacraments at St Patrick’s Church. In a beautiful ceremony presided over by Father Greg, they were joined by their families and classmates to make a firm commitment to the Catholic Faith. They had been attending special classes in preparation for the sacramental Mass and the culmination of these classes was to receive the sacraments. During Mass certificates were presented to the students in acknowledgement of this significant achievement. Thanks to the host of teachers and students who help make this event such a special occasion. [smallgallery fooid="19986"]
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17.06.19
Years 9 and 10 Touch Football
A very cold morning and long bus trip to Werrington greeted our team on Friday 14 June to compete in the National Schools Cup – Year 9 and 10 State Final. Some sore and sorry boys got on the bus in the morning, after most of them having played in Rugby League and Rugby Union Gala Day’s the day before. We were drawn in Pool C and set to play five 20 min games in the pool rounds. The format saw the boy’s alternate games with the girls, with only 25 mins between games. We played St Joseph’s Regional College (winning 4-1), Young High School (winning 5-1), Narrabeen Sports High (drawing 1 all), Patrician Brothers Blacktown (winning 3-1) and Elizabeth Macarthur High School (winning 6-1). The team had looked very comfortable throughout the day but the legs of many of them were starting to struggle. These results meant we finished second based on for and against, moving into the quarter finals. This time we faced Hunter Sports High. In a very tight match, we both traded tries early but Hunter got the advantage and led 2-1 for much of the game. With four minutes remaining we finally cracked a very resilient Hunter to score and level the scores. Some fantastic on-line defence saw us get the ball back with one minute remaining. A timely penalty got us into good field position before Ben Dufficy and Owen Flaherty created space for Wiremu Tibbutt to score the winner. The result meant we were now into the semi finals but also that the boys had qualified for the National School Cup in QLD. Tired and leg weary, the long day seemed to catch up with the team in the semi-final against St Dominic’s from Penrith. The game didn’t hit any great heights and while our boys fought hard – they just couldn’t get into the game, eventually going down 5-4. While it wasn’t the result, they are capable of, they get the chance to improve on this 3rd placing at the National Schools Cup in QLD (September 18-20).  
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13.06.19
Athletics Carnival
A bright, warm sunny day greeted competitors for the College Athletics Carnival on Tuesday 11 June at Adcock Park. The warm weather had continued on from the long weekend and it certainly delivered for the carnival. Smiling faces from both staff and students graced the morning. Mr Herringe and the Year 12’s had the BBQ cranking, while ‘Snow Cone Gary’ was busy making coffee’s for staff and snow cones for the boys. The day began with the 1500 m races, into the 200 m races as we waited for all the staff and students to arrive at Adcock Park. On arrival, the carnival proper began with students moving from event to event in their age groups. Participation and having fun, was the order of the day and this was definitely adopted by the boys. The younger age groups participated with much enthusiasm and the senior boys backed this up with colour, costumes and a lot of fun. Along the way we collected some fantastic individual achievements. With the following records being broken: Record Holder Event House Time/Distance Jay Clarke Under 12, 100 m Red 13.30 sec Jay Clarke Under 12, 200 m Red 28.19 sec Callum Sutton Opens Discus Red 48.34 m Ethan Short Opens Javelin Blue 48.30 m At Friday’s assembly we also crowned the following Age Groups Champions: Under 12 Place Student House Points 1st Jay Clarke Red 55 2nd Keanu Wells Green 43 3rd Cameron Day Flynn McHale Blue White 15 15 Under 13 Place Student House Points 1st Lincoln Markulin Chris Rae Green Green 30 30 2nd Riley Scott Green 18 3rd Jimmy Stuart Blue 16 Under 14 Place Student House Points 1st Tyrone Dorrell Green 36 2nd Noah Nakagawa Red 29 3rd Cooper Notley White 23 Under 15 Place Student House Points 1st Jai Adrichem Toby Armstrong Hayden Maher Red Blue Green 20 20 20 2nd Parker Robinson Blue 15 3rd Tommo Peters Green 13 Under 16 Place Student House Points 1st Cameron Steer White 30 2nd Daniel Peters Green 21 3rd Tymana Henry Sam Norris Blue Blue 15 15 Opens Place Student House Points 1st Ethan Short Blue 46 2nd Luke Jacobs Blue 38 3rd James Rigas Blue 28 At the end of the day, as everyone returned to the velodrome to watch the 100 m finals and the house relays – the race for the Champion House was still close. Eventually the results were: Knights (Green)  with 1381 points Shanahan (Blue) with 1329 points Doolan (White) with 1027 points Spillane (Red) with 998 points A big thank you to the staff for their effort and enthusiasm in making the carnival run smoothly and also, the boys who are to be commended on their fantastic behaviour and overall involvement in the day. [smallgallery fooid="19741"]
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18.06.19
National Consistent Collection of Data for Students with a Disability 2019
The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability is an annual collection that counts the number of school students receiving an adjustment due to disability and the level of reasonable adjustment they are receiving. This information helps teachers, principals and educational authorities better plan to support students with disability so that they may take part in school on the same basis as other students. The national data collection provides an opportunity for schools to review their learning and support systems and processes with the aim of improving education outcomes for their students with disability. This takes place early in each year and only involves numbers, not personal information.  
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17.06.19
Year 7 Students Complete Sacramental Program
Last Friday Jack Spedding, Harry Mitchell, Kaelan Markey, Finn Leary and Eli Lear completed the Sacramental program by receiving their sacraments at St Patrick’s Church. In a beautiful ceremony presided over by Father Greg, they were joined by their families and classmates to make a firm commitment to the Catholic Faith. They had been attending special classes in preparation for the sacramental Mass and the culmination of these classes was to receive the sacraments. During Mass certificates were presented to the students in acknowledgement of this significant achievement. Thanks to the host of teachers and students who help make this event such a special occasion. [smallgallery fooid="19986"]
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17.06.19
Years 9 and 10 Touch Football
A very cold morning and long bus trip to Werrington greeted our team on Friday 14 June to compete in the National Schools Cup – Year 9 and 10 State Final. Some sore and sorry boys got on the bus in the morning, after most of them having played in Rugby League and Rugby Union Gala Day’s the day before. We were drawn in Pool C and set to play five 20 min games in the pool rounds. The format saw the boy’s alternate games with the girls, with only 25 mins between games. We played St Joseph’s Regional College (winning 4-1), Young High School (winning 5-1), Narrabeen Sports High (drawing 1 all), Patrician Brothers Blacktown (winning 3-1) and Elizabeth Macarthur High School (winning 6-1). The team had looked very comfortable throughout the day but the legs of many of them were starting to struggle. These results meant we finished second based on for and against, moving into the quarter finals. This time we faced Hunter Sports High. In a very tight match, we both traded tries early but Hunter got the advantage and led 2-1 for much of the game. With four minutes remaining we finally cracked a very resilient Hunter to score and level the scores. Some fantastic on-line defence saw us get the ball back with one minute remaining. A timely penalty got us into good field position before Ben Dufficy and Owen Flaherty created space for Wiremu Tibbutt to score the winner. The result meant we were now into the semi finals but also that the boys had qualified for the National School Cup in QLD. Tired and leg weary, the long day seemed to catch up with the team in the semi-final against St Dominic’s from Penrith. The game didn’t hit any great heights and while our boys fought hard – they just couldn’t get into the game, eventually going down 5-4. While it wasn’t the result, they are capable of, they get the chance to improve on this 3rd placing at the National Schools Cup in QLD (September 18-20).  
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13.06.19
Athletics Carnival
A bright, warm sunny day greeted competitors for the College Athletics Carnival on Tuesday 11 June at Adcock Park. The warm weather had continued on from the long weekend and it certainly delivered for the carnival. Smiling faces from both staff and students graced the morning. Mr Herringe and the Year 12’s had the BBQ cranking, while ‘Snow Cone Gary’ was busy making coffee’s for staff and snow cones for the boys. The day began with the 1500 m races, into the 200 m races as we waited for all the staff and students to arrive at Adcock Park. On arrival, the carnival proper began with students moving from event to event in their age groups. Participation and having fun, was the order of the day and this was definitely adopted by the boys. The younger age groups participated with much enthusiasm and the senior boys backed this up with colour, costumes and a lot of fun. Along the way we collected some fantastic individual achievements. With the following records being broken: Record Holder Event House Time/Distance Jay Clarke Under 12, 100 m Red 13.30 sec Jay Clarke Under 12, 200 m Red 28.19 sec Callum Sutton Opens Discus Red 48.34 m Ethan Short Opens Javelin Blue 48.30 m At Friday’s assembly we also crowned the following Age Groups Champions: Under 12 Place Student House Points 1st Jay Clarke Red 55 2nd Keanu Wells Green 43 3rd Cameron Day Flynn McHale Blue White 15 15 Under 13 Place Student House Points 1st Lincoln Markulin Chris Rae Green Green 30 30 2nd Riley Scott Green 18 3rd Jimmy Stuart Blue 16 Under 14 Place Student House Points 1st Tyrone Dorrell Green 36 2nd Noah Nakagawa Red 29 3rd Cooper Notley White 23 Under 15 Place Student House Points 1st Jai Adrichem Toby Armstrong Hayden Maher Red Blue Green 20 20 20 2nd Parker Robinson Blue 15 3rd Tommo Peters Green 13 Under 16 Place Student House Points 1st Cameron Steer White 30 2nd Daniel Peters Green 21 3rd Tymana Henry Sam Norris Blue Blue 15 15 Opens Place Student House Points 1st Ethan Short Blue 46 2nd Luke Jacobs Blue 38 3rd James Rigas Blue 28 At the end of the day, as everyone returned to the velodrome to watch the 100 m finals and the house relays – the race for the Champion House was still close. Eventually the results were: Knights (Green)  with 1381 points Shanahan (Blue) with 1329 points Doolan (White) with 1027 points Spillane (Red) with 998 points A big thank you to the staff for their effort and enthusiasm in making the carnival run smoothly and also, the boys who are to be commended on their fantastic behaviour and overall involvement in the day. [smallgallery fooid="19741"]
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18.06.19
National Consistent Collection of Data for Students with a Disability 2019
The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability is an annual collection that counts the number of school students receiving an adjustment due to disability and the level of reasonable adjustment they are receiving. This information helps teachers, principals and educational authorities better plan to support students with disability so that they may take part in school on the same basis as other students. The national data collection provides an opportunity for schools to review their learning and support systems and processes with the aim of improving education outcomes for their students with disability. This takes place early in each year and only involves numbers, not personal information.  
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17.06.19
Year 7 Students Complete Sacramental Program
Last Friday Jack Spedding, Harry Mitchell, Kaelan Markey, Finn Leary and Eli Lear completed the Sacramental program by receiving their sacraments at St Patrick’s Church. In a beautiful ceremony presided over by Father Greg, they were joined by their families and classmates to make a firm commitment to the Catholic Faith. They had been attending special classes in preparation for the sacramental Mass and the culmination of these classes was to receive the sacraments. During Mass certificates were presented to the students in acknowledgement of this significant achievement. Thanks to the host of teachers and students who help make this event such a special occasion. [smallgallery fooid="19986"]
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17.06.19
Years 9 and 10 Touch Football
A very cold morning and long bus trip to Werrington greeted our team on Friday 14 June to compete in the National Schools Cup – Year 9 and 10 State Final. Some sore and sorry boys got on the bus in the morning, after most of them having played in Rugby League and Rugby Union Gala Day’s the day before. We were drawn in Pool C and set to play five 20 min games in the pool rounds. The format saw the boy’s alternate games with the girls, with only 25 mins between games. We played St Joseph’s Regional College (winning 4-1), Young High School (winning 5-1), Narrabeen Sports High (drawing 1 all), Patrician Brothers Blacktown (winning 3-1) and Elizabeth Macarthur High School (winning 6-1). The team had looked very comfortable throughout the day but the legs of many of them were starting to struggle. These results meant we finished second based on for and against, moving into the quarter finals. This time we faced Hunter Sports High. In a very tight match, we both traded tries early but Hunter got the advantage and led 2-1 for much of the game. With four minutes remaining we finally cracked a very resilient Hunter to score and level the scores. Some fantastic on-line defence saw us get the ball back with one minute remaining. A timely penalty got us into good field position before Ben Dufficy and Owen Flaherty created space for Wiremu Tibbutt to score the winner. The result meant we were now into the semi finals but also that the boys had qualified for the National School Cup in QLD. Tired and leg weary, the long day seemed to catch up with the team in the semi-final against St Dominic’s from Penrith. The game didn’t hit any great heights and while our boys fought hard – they just couldn’t get into the game, eventually going down 5-4. While it wasn’t the result, they are capable of, they get the chance to improve on this 3rd placing at the National Schools Cup in QLD (September 18-20).  
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13.06.19
Athletics Carnival
A bright, warm sunny day greeted competitors for the College Athletics Carnival on Tuesday 11 June at Adcock Park. The warm weather had continued on from the long weekend and it certainly delivered for the carnival. Smiling faces from both staff and students graced the morning. Mr Herringe and the Year 12’s had the BBQ cranking, while ‘Snow Cone Gary’ was busy making coffee’s for staff and snow cones for the boys. The day began with the 1500 m races, into the 200 m races as we waited for all the staff and students to arrive at Adcock Park. On arrival, the carnival proper began with students moving from event to event in their age groups. Participation and having fun, was the order of the day and this was definitely adopted by the boys. The younger age groups participated with much enthusiasm and the senior boys backed this up with colour, costumes and a lot of fun. Along the way we collected some fantastic individual achievements. With the following records being broken: Record Holder Event House Time/Distance Jay Clarke Under 12, 100 m Red 13.30 sec Jay Clarke Under 12, 200 m Red 28.19 sec Callum Sutton Opens Discus Red 48.34 m Ethan Short Opens Javelin Blue 48.30 m At Friday’s assembly we also crowned the following Age Groups Champions: Under 12 Place Student House Points 1st Jay Clarke Red 55 2nd Keanu Wells Green 43 3rd Cameron Day Flynn McHale Blue White 15 15 Under 13 Place Student House Points 1st Lincoln Markulin Chris Rae Green Green 30 30 2nd Riley Scott Green 18 3rd Jimmy Stuart Blue 16 Under 14 Place Student House Points 1st Tyrone Dorrell Green 36 2nd Noah Nakagawa Red 29 3rd Cooper Notley White 23 Under 15 Place Student House Points 1st Jai Adrichem Toby Armstrong Hayden Maher Red Blue Green 20 20 20 2nd Parker Robinson Blue 15 3rd Tommo Peters Green 13 Under 16 Place Student House Points 1st Cameron Steer White 30 2nd Daniel Peters Green 21 3rd Tymana Henry Sam Norris Blue Blue 15 15 Opens Place Student House Points 1st Ethan Short Blue 46 2nd Luke Jacobs Blue 38 3rd James Rigas Blue 28 At the end of the day, as everyone returned to the velodrome to watch the 100 m finals and the house relays – the race for the Champion House was still close. Eventually the results were: Knights (Green)  with 1381 points Shanahan (Blue) with 1329 points Doolan (White) with 1027 points Spillane (Red) with 998 points A big thank you to the staff for their effort and enthusiasm in making the carnival run smoothly and also, the boys who are to be commended on their fantastic behaviour and overall involvement in the day. [smallgallery fooid="19741"]
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