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Kai Darwin and Jamie Cairns
Congratulations to Jamie Cairns in Year 11 and Kai Darwin in Year 12 on their recent nominations and awards at the NSW Surf Life Saving Association Awards.  After winning the award at branch level, Jamie was nominated for NSW Youth Volunteer of the Year, an outstanding achievement. Kai, after winning the award at branch level, was nominated and won the prestigious award of NSW Young Lifesaver of the Year.  The link below shows Kai accepting his award at around 31 minutes.  An outstanding effort by both students.                   Facebook Link to Award's Evening  
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Hayden Maher
  Hayden Maher in Year 10 is participating in the 3 Course Challenge, a fundraiser for breast cancer.  The cooking class will be a live-streamed event with Manu Feildel where participants will learn to cook a 3 course French meal.  In the lead-up to the cooking class, Hayden and participants can ask friends, family and work mates to support their culinary challenge by donating for breast cancer (see link below).           The 3 Course Challenge - Information   Link to Hayden's Fundraiser Page    
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John James
Congratulations to John James in Year 8 who was recently selected in the NSW Academy Metropolitan Cricket Squad.  A great achievement John, we wish you well for the season.  
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Sport Scholarships
Congratulations to Daniel McLoughlin in Year 10 and Fletcher Armstrong in Year 12 who recently received scholarships from the Donnica Clarke Foundation.  Daniel's scholarship was awarded for swimming and Fletcher's for kayaking.  We wish both students well in their future sporting endeavours.  
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Toby Martin
It was with great sadness that the College received news of Year 9 student, Toby Martin, who passed away peacefully on  2 July after losing his battle with leukemia, having being diagnosed just under two years ago. Toby was a wonderful young man who loved being an 'Eddie’s Boy'. He was an inspiration to all those who he came in contact with and his legacy will long be remembered at St Edward’s College. Shortly after his passing, Toby’s parents, Ros and Chris, were interviewed by A Current Affair. We encourage you to take the time to watch the short video clip below. A Current Affair   Toby had a strong sense of community and social justice. Despite his own battle with leukemia, he had a dream to help others and the raise money for Central Coast Kids in Need (CCKIN). To date, the Go Fund Me page has raised close to $32 000 and will be donated to CCKIN to support other ‘kids on the coast’ with life threatening illnesses. The link to Toby’s Gift Go Fund Me page is https://gf.me/u/ydytdm.
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Cead Conway
Congratulations to Cead Conway in Mrs McDonald's Year 7 class, for his outstanding work in English. Year 7 boys have been working on their writing through a unit called ‘Epic Quests’. Cead has developed a series of maps based on Ireland and his writing and visuals which set the scene for the larger body of work he will submit in Week 10 shows amazing promise. Well done, Cead. Cead's writing: The Gaelic Gladiator was from a long reign of powerful people in his land. His forefathers carried the same name and folklore is riddled with tales about them. The land of Meanbh-Chuileag and their name had a connection that gaped back an eternity. He was known throughout the lands and Europe as the Gaelic Gladiator, a fiery redheaded, strong, tall man and the very earth shook beneath his feet. His name was Cead Mile Conway, in Gaelic that meant one hundred thousand mountains. He was born in Ireland, a green, mysterious and magical land, filled with the haunting sounds of the ancestors who had walked these fields before him. The mountains and valleys had whispering winds, his town was stretched upon the coastline of south west County Clare. The land of Meanbh-Chuileag was set high on a foreboding cliff, which overlooked the Cliffs of Moher. It was a cold dark land but also filled with much beauty. It is from within these very lands that our hero will emerge.
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Liam Roche
Congratulations to Liam Roche in Year 9 who was recently selected in the NSWCCC Under 15's cricket team.  An outstanding effort Liam, we wish you luck in the upcoming summer season.
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Daniel Brazier & Jordan Terzian
Outstanding Studies of Religion responses were submitted by Daniel Brazier and Jordan Terzian in Year 12.  Both responses were insightful and of the highest quality.  Congratulations Daniel and Jordan on your excellent work.  See below for their responses. Daniel Brazier's Response   Jordan Terzian's Response  
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Finnegan Clunas
Congratulations to Finnegan Clunas in Year 10 for recently completing his Bushfire Fighting 2014 competency.  Finnegan is now a qualified bush firefighter for Berkeley Vale RFS, after his 16th birthday, he can attend all incident calls.  Well done Finnegan, an outstanding achievement.
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Kale Puata
A great honour for Kale Puata in Year 8 who has been awarded the prestigious title of NSW Male Junior Lifesaver of the Year.  Congratulations Kale on this outstanding achievement. See the link below for the full story. Surf Lifesaving News  
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