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15 May 2015

From the Principal

The Catholic Schools Debating Association Competition is well underway and a number of our teams have had pleasing wins.  Debating is an excellent way for students to develop their confidence in speaking in front of an audience, and also to build skills in developing an argument and supporting it with evidence. In this age when students are required to present orally in many subjects these skills have become increasingly important, as they are also in many work places. This year we will also be competing in the Archdale Debating Competition, in which the girls will debate against students from other independent girls’ schools. I thank Mrs Heaton, the many staff and students who assist with debating, and the parents who accompany and encourage their daughters.

The last few weeks have also seen some outstanding sporting results - including swimming, cross country and this week the Open Soccer team won the Broken Bay Championships. Congratulations to all our students who commit themselves to their training and competition games, and to their coaches and parents who encourage and support them. Many of our coaches are teachers who give their own time to coaching to ensure our girls have the opportunities they need to develop their talents.  Well done to all involved.

Parents and Friends Dinner Dance Saturday 30 May

Remember to book your tickets for this relaxed and enjoyable night of food, conversation, music and dancing. The P&F Executive have worked hard to plan a great night and will assist in placing you on a table with other parents of your daughter’s year group (or you can make your own table). I look forward to meeting many of you there. At $65 a ticket it is great value too!

The College is always abuzz with activity. This week there have been meetings of both the P&F and MSBESA Executive Committees – these two groups provide support for the College through the various events they organize, and also offer support to their respective stakeholders – current and former parents, and current and former students. I am grateful for the efforts of both groups in building our sense of community and I encourage you to become involved in the various events and programs being offered. The upcoming P&F Dinner Dance is a great opportunity to meet other parents and/or enjoy an evening with friends, and the MSBESA mentoring program is an excellent way to assist our students in developing networks of supportive adults to help them on their journey through school and beyond.

There is so much to be grateful for, so today I share a gratitude prayer:

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Maria Pearson

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Mission News

Last Sunday was not only Mother’s Day but it was also the last Sunday of the Season of Easter. Next Sunday is the commemoration of the Ascension followed by Pentecost on the following Sunday. The Gospel from last Sunday included the following text:

Jesus said to his disciples:

'As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you. Remain in my love. If you keep my commandments you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father's commandments and remain in his love. I have told you this so that my own joy may be in you and your joy be complete. This is my commandment: love one another, as I have loved you.'

It is interesting to note the emphasis on joy in the words of this passage, particularly when our human family is faced with so many challenges. While it is not good for us to be glib in the face of such significant concerns, it is also not appropriate for us to be overwhelmed by the challenges and abandon our sense of hope.

In the first major statement of his pontificate, Pope Francis wrote about the 'Joy of the Gospel' and highlighted the positive and transformative character of the Gospel and the impact that people of faith and hope can have on the world around them. That sense of transformation has certainly been an important focus of our work at MSB. A few years ago we adopted the slogan 'Inspiring Young Women - Transforming the Future' to express the sense of optimism and hope we hold for the future which will be in the hands of the young women of our student community. As a community we work in many different ways to instil the sense of hope and the transformative power of the Gospel to bring out the best in people and renew our communities and our world.

One such initiative is our annual 'One World Week' focus which will take place in Week Six from Monday 25 - Friday 29 May. This week is a combined project of our Environment and Social Justice Portfolios. The week seeks to engage students in making a difference in and through a range of activities in classes and at lunch times. One major event in this week is our annual Social Justice Forum to be held on the evening of Tuesday 26 May. The forum is open to MSB students in Years 10, 11 and 12. We look forward to hosting around 200 students from approximately 20 other schools. The theme of the forum is 'Changing the Conversation' about refugees and asylum seekers. This will be a great occasion for us to hear how students from different schools and have taken action in their own schools will provide us with a chance to learn from one another in how we can enhance and strengthen our responses to those in need.

Another key event of 'One World Week' for 2015 will be our Assembly on Wednesday 27 May in partnership with St Edmund's School at Wahroonga. Over the past few weeks Year 10 students from MSB have been working with students from St Edmund's to develop items to be performed at this Assembly and represents the culmination of a number of ventures with St Edmund's beginning with our SOJAD program in Year 8 and including our lunch time mentoring program, as well as this learning partnership in the Creative and Performing Arts area.

Paul Lentern
Assistant Principal Dean of Mission

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Curriculum News

Year 9 Parent Teacher Evening

3.40pm - 9.00pm
Tuesday 2 June
College Hall

Parents will be emailed their user and password to access the online PTO (Parent Teacher Online) system after midday on Monday 18 May. The system will close at midday on Monday 1 June. Parents wishing to make appointments after the close off will have to contact the College.

Students are requested to attend in school uniform with their parents.

We look forward to meeting you on the evening.

Year 10 Parent Teacher Evening

3.40pm - 9.00pm
Monday 25 May
College Hall

Parents will be emailed their user and password to access the online PTO (Parent Teacher Online) system after midday on Monday 11 May. The system will close at midday on Sunday 24 May. Parents wishing to make appointments after the close off will have to contact the College.

Students are requested to attend in school uniform with their parents.

We look forward to meeting you on the evening.

John Muskovits
AP Dean of Curriculum

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College News

The Merit Award Program

Congratulations to the students who have received enough merits to achieve either a Bronze, Silver or Gold Merit.

Merits are awarded for achievement in any of the following categories:

  • School Service
  • Effort
  • Academic
  • Extra Curricular
  • Christian Commitment

Merits also go towards the House Cup with 10 merits equating to 10 House points, 50 merits equating to 20 House points and 150 merits equating to 50 House Points.

Merit Report »

Jackie Duncan
Assistant Principal Dean of Students

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Online bookings open Monday 18 May.

Women and the Australian Church

The WATAC (Women and the Australian Church) is a movement focused on achieving total inclusivity and equality in the Church and society. Attended by both men and women, on Wednesday 6 May WATAC held a luncheon at the Parliament House, Sydney.

Kate Smith and Sarah-Janes Eades in Year 11, Kathleen Notohamiprodjo and Nicole Sandow in Year 9 and Ms Zammit were honoured to attend the event. The theme was ‘Change Will Happen If Together We Act On Our Dreams', and guest speaker Donella Johnston spoke about the need for women in leadership roles within the Church.

She saw that women are not always formally acknowledged for their efforts within the Catholic Church, and because of their gender are not eligible for many predominant roles often leaving them feeling irrelevant and disconnected. She outlined how priests are men, bishops are men, and even altar servers were called ‘altar boys’ until the term changed recently. The language used by the Catholic Church is very male dominated and WATAC wants to bring awareness to this issue in the hope that the church may be more inclusive of women.

Johnston mentioned that since the year 2000 WATAC’s goal has been to bring women up to the higher positions within the Church, however it’s still a work in progress. She explained that it has been difficult to do so because of the Church’s traditional values which can be very hard to negotiate.

After her talk, the floor was open to questions relating to the matter. Topics such as education, contraception, stereotypical roles and raising awareness amongst younger generations were discussed. Overall the day was a brilliant success with a large number of attendants including other various girl schools within Sydney. Any student that has the opportunity to attend events similar to this one, should be encouraged to do as it was a fun and memorable experience.

Kate Smith (Year 11) and Kathleen Notohamiprodjo (Year 9)

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Student Alliance Meeting

On Tuesday 5 May a group of students from a range of different year groups attended the second Student Alliance Meeting at St Catherine School, Waverley. The topic of this meeting was about the portrayal of Women in the Media and three speakers came to speak, sharing their experiences and perspective from the working environments they have been involved in. The common focus from each of the speakers was to be brave, stand up for what we believe and to voice our opinions when needed.

The first speaker, Kelly Baker, is the editor at Shop Til You Drop magazine, Australia's highest selling fashion magazine. Before this, she had various roles at what she called "glossy women's titles". She told us that the most memorable front page article from her career in the media is "Good Golly, It’s a Dolly, with a Brolly". Since then, Kelly said, the portrayal of women in the media has improved, however it is far from perfect. She explained this is partly due to the fact that men hold all the power in companies that produce women’s magazines. To conclude her speech, she left us with the final message, "don't let a magazine make you feel like you're not good enough".

Ellie Rogers is the Head of Facebook and Instagram sales. She spoke about the importance of speaking out about injustice and discrimination against women. She spoke about how in male dominated careers we should embrace our feminine spirt and support other women. We discussed this topic amongst girls from different schools and were able to share some great thoughts. We are thankful for the opportunity to hear others stories and hope that soon we can help act on these ideas shared by the speakers.

The last guest speaker was Michael Cordell, who is the co-owner of Cordell Jigsaw, a Television Production Company. He produces television programs such as Bondi Rescue and Go Back to Where You Came From . In his work, Michael is a story teller and emphasised the importance of listening to other people’s stories so that we can learn and get to know who people are. He encouraged everyone to challenge stereotypes and if doing what you love is stopped by being female, then be brave and stand up for it. He went further to promote different television shows that support or encourage a positive outlook on female leaders. As an example of empowering women in the media, Michael showed us an exerpt of a future Bondi Rescue episode where Lifeguard Nicola Atherton shared her story. This conveyed his message about the importance of story-telling. Nicola stated in this clip she was the only women in the club. Through broadcasting more stories about women doing wonderful thing in the community it helps promote the roles of women and showcase their contributions to society. He encouraged more men and women to join the media workforce and focus on what they are passionate about. He encouraged us, in the future, to pursue higher managerial positions as there is a lack of a female presence. He mentioned that it was evident that it is more likely that an employer will hire someone based on their qualification and not their gender. Although this may not be the case in every industry it is important to keep optimistic and look forward to a more giving future for women within society.

Overall it was great to have a male’s perspective on women in the media which was the topic of the meeting and to listen to his story and be inspired to tell stories to make the world a better, more understanding place.

The meeting gave an insight into how women are portrayed in the media in the past and present. It was great to hear firsthand from the guest speakers. We all came away with greater confidence and better insight into the portrayal of women in the media and how we are the ones who can make that change.

Thank you to Ms Zammit for helping in organising and taking us to the venue as well as the preparations in lead up to the meeting.

Nicole Sandow, Eva Harrington, Sarah-Jane Eades and Tarana Fernando.

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Arcadia Girls Help on Vinnies Van

There are currently over one hundred and five thousand people who are homeless in Australia. When you’re homeless every day you struggle to survive but with the help of such organisations as Vinnies Van it makes survival on the streets possible. On Saturday 2 May a group of girls from Arcadia including myself were lucky enough to experience the work of Vinnies. We were able to travel around Sydney in the Vinnies bus giving out fruit, noodles, biscuits and hot drinks to the homeless.

This was a rewarding experience that opened all of our eyes to how many people live on the streets. It made us thankful for our warm homes and hot showers and made us appreciate how lucky we are to have more than just basic needs like clothing, food and water.

Despite the rain and the cold it was definitely a worthwhile experience that I’m sure the girls and I would love to do again. The rain and cold were worth putting up with as we had warm houses to go home to but the clients had only their clothes and a bag, some even wearing thongs and shorts when it was bucketing down with rain.

On behalf of the girls I would like to say thank you to the teachers who joined us Mrs Johnston, Mrs Vellani and Mrs Tanner and especially a huge thank you to Mrs Dempsey for organising the night. I encourage every student who gets an opportunity to volunteer for Vinnies Van to take it up as it is an experience you will never forget.

Rebecca McGaw
Arcadia House

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CLRI Social Justice Seminar Day

On Monday 11 May thirteen Years 10 and 11 students went to Santa Sabina College at Strathfield, to participate in a CLRI (Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW) Social Justice Seminar. The focus of the day was 'Human Rights and Climate Justice', and explored how the environmental actions of developed nations like Australia are effecting small islands and countries. The examples used on the day were Kiribati and Tuvalu. Kirabati, in particular is very special to MSB as it is where a community of our Good Samaritan Sisters live and minister and is also the House partner of Monte Cassino and Terracina.

These two nations are tiny clusters of islands in the Pacific Ocean and are being seriously affected by climate change. We heard the stories of two citizens of Kiribati and two of Tuvalu who explained the huge impacts climate change is having on their homes; for example through coastal erosion and rising sea levels. We took part in workshops and discussions with students from other schools and brainstormed initiatives which can be implemented in our schools to address this issue.

The Social Justice Seminar really opened our eyes to an issue which is not widely discussed in Australia, and encouraged us to take charge and advocate for the safety of communities who are suffering the effects of climate change. We are pleased to say that this topic has been consistently addressed at the MSB Social Justice Forum and other MSB Mission initiatives in the last couple of years. Thank you to Mrs Doolan who accompanied us.

Amelia Dunkerley and Jessica Corcoran

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Student Talent Quest Auditions

This year’s Student Talent Quest is to be held on MSB Day, Friday 19 June (the final day of Term Two) and is one of a number of very popular events held on the day to celebrate with our College Community.

The Creative Arts Portfolio would like to invite all students from Years 7 through to 12 to ‘strut their stuff’ and will be auditioning for the STQ commencing Week 7.  Sign-up sheets are on the Music Noticeboard. Students will be contacted via email prior to the audition with further details.

Students can work either on their own or with others to submit a short video, sing a song, perform a dance routine, recite a monologue, act a scene from a play, go crazy in a rock band….the possibilities are endless!

There is a time limit of 3 - 4 minutes per item.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Webber (

Susan Webber

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Duke of Edinburgh Award

Following a meeting with interested girls last week all the necessary forms are on BenniesNet. Please click on the following information links:

This year the College has joined with two other Good Samaritan Schools to offer our students a different camping experience to build connections with girls they may connect with at other events. The College has a long association with the Outdoor Education Group (OEG) who are supervising the camps

In the past, College staff have arranged the camps including transport to and from the venue. This year the girls will need to organise themselves into their groups for camps. Parents and girls will deal directly with OEG regarding payments and medical forms.

The dates and cost of the Practice Camps in the next school holidays are:





Bronze – hike

Kangaroo Valley

21-22 June


Inc equipment

Silver – paddle

Kangaroo Valley

28-30 June


Inc equipment

Gold – paddle

Kangaroo Valley

28 June – 1 July


Inc equipment

The dates and cost of the Qualifying Camps in the next school holidays are:





Bronze – hike

Great North Walk

27-28 Sept


Inc equipment

Silver – paddle

Hawkesbury River

27-29 Sept


Inc equipment

Gold – paddle

Myall Lakes

27-30 Sept


Inc equipment

Included Equipment: Tent, sleeping mat, back pack and cooking equipment

If your daughter is unable to attend a camp, they will be able to attend one of the many ‘open camps’ OEG run for other students attempting the award. Please note, that the practice and qualifying camp MUST be the same type and preferably in different areas.

Further information »

Guy Fitzsimmons

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Position Vacant - Canteen Assistant

  • Do you have experience in the food industry?
  • Want to work close to home in the Hills area?
  • Want Work Life Benefits?  7.30am – 2.00pm Monday to Friday, School Term time only

The role of the Canteen Assistant is to assist the Canteen Manager with the provision of a canteen service within the College, including assisting with the coordination of the day to day operations of the canteen.

Responsibilities and duties:

  • Assists with food and drink preparation, including sandwich and salad preparation
  • Assists with cooking and reheating food
  • Controls food portions to serve
  • Fills and re-stocks drink and ice-cream machines
  • Assists with stock-takes
  • Assists students and other customers with food selection
  • Assists with crowd control
  • Accepts cash and gives change
  • Operates cash register
  • Cleans and sanitises work benches, utensils, refrigerators, floor etc. in accordance with Workplace Health and Safety legislation, Food Handling regulations, Health Inspectors Council regulations and Healthy Canteen guidelines.

Experience required:

  • High level of customer service skills
  • Skills in preparing food with attractive presentation
  • Capacity for handling cash transactions
  • Knowledge and experience of hygiene standards, especially as they relate to food preparation
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity please send your resume to

Closing date: Friday 22 May 2015

Canteen Assistant Role Description »

Melisa Fitzgerald
Human Resources

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Lost Property

We are holding a lot of marked and unmarked items of lost property at Student Services. Students have already been notified when the item is named but havent collected yet. Items include runners, jackets, jumpers, track pants, shorts, computer mouse and a watch. Please ask your daughters to check if they have lost anything.

Jan Franco
Student Services

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P & F News

MSB Dinner Dance

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Representative Sport

If your daughter has recently achieved outstanding sporting results please send me an email so that the College can share in her success.

BROKEN BAY Website: There is a new BBSSSA site under construction - we will advise when it is 'live'

NSW CCC Website:

Representative Sports Calendar

Representative Sports Calendar - 2015 Term Two


MSB Athletics Carnival - Homebush
Wednesday 3 June


NSW CCC Selections
Monday 25 May
Self nominated students


NSW CCC Championships - Eastern Creek
Friday 12 June
BBSSSA Representative Team


NSW ALL SCHOOLS 15 Selections
Friday 29 May


NSW CCC Selections
Monday 25/Tuesday 26 May

Monday 15/Tuesday 16 June

Broken Bay U13 & U15 Championships - Manly Vale
Thursday 18 June
MSB Junior/Intermediate Representative team


NSW ALL SCHOOLS Swimming/Diving Championships - Homebush
Monday 18 May
NSW CCC Team (9 MSB Students)


Y9/10 NSW All Schools Championships
Friday 12 June
(Y9/10 Rep Team)

NSW CCC Championships - Port Macquarie
Tuesday 16 June (Friday 19 June b/up date)

Students who wish to trial for sports that are offered directly through NSW CCC will need to nominate through the NSW CCC website. I encourage you to visit the NSW CCC website if your daughter is an experienced state level athlete in any sport.

Please remember that these are trials for State teams and as such students must be very experienced for their nomination to be approved.

Representative Sports Trials and Training

Representative Sports Trials and Training

Monday 18 May


Trial 3 or Training

Monday 18 May


Surnames A - L and Mc

Tuesday 19 May

Year 9/10 NETBALL

Trial 3

Wednesday 20 May

(on outdoor courts)

Call Backs 2

Wednesday 20 May

Under 15 SOCCER

Call Backs and Year 9s

Wednesday 20 May

Year 9/10 TOUCH

Training 3.30pm - 4.15pm

Thursday 21 May

(on outdoor courts)

Call Backs

BBSSSA Junior / Intermediate Basketball Championships

Our Junior and Intermediate Basketball team competed at Terrigal last week at the Broken Bay Championships. The Junior team contested a very exciting Final and only lost due to an opposition three-point shot in the last minute, whilst our Intermediate team won their Final convincingly. Congratulations to coaches Mrs He and Abi Curtin (Year 12) who selected and prepared the girls for the Championships. We wish Abi good luck as she trials for the Open NSW CCC team on Monday week. Once again our parents attended in great numbers supporting both teams and manning the bench.

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Here are their reports from the day -

Intermediate team

Back Row - Kelsey Curtin, Tammy McGregor, Lara Nicholson, Chloe Matthews, Mrs He
Front Row - Bree Barr, Maddie Emmett-Duignan, Capri Vidler, Grace Nicholson

Our Intermediate Representative Basketball team performed extremely well at the Broken Bay Championships this year, taking out the title after being undefeated all day. With minimal training in the lead-up, the girls improved immensely throughout the day. Although this team undoubtedly has a lot of individual talent, it was their ability to work effectively as a team that won them the Championship. The girls recognised and celebrated each other's strengths and competed to the best of their ability. All girls got on the scoreboard and, overall, had a really enjoyable day out. They are a fine group of talented athletes to coach because they play with intensity but more importantly have great sportsmanship and respect for the game. Bring on our next challenge at the NSW CCC Championships later on the year!

Mrs He, Coach

Junior Team

Back Row  - Natalie Winiarski, Alannah Lichaa, Alice Woodrow, Abi Curtin (coach), Jessica Barr, Annie Dittmar
Front Row - Bronte Corke, Erin Gracie, Jesse Smith, Chelsea McGregor

The Junior Basketball team had an amazing day, developing as a team to archieve second place at the Broken Bay Basketball Championships. All the girls played to their strenghts and represented the College with pride. Overall the girls finished as runners up by two points with a three-pointer from Stella in the last minute. Many of the girls hope to come back next year and represent the College again at the Broken Bay Championships as more experienced players.

Abi Curtin (Coach)

BBSSSA Open Soccer Championships

Congratulations to Caitlin Crammond (Year 12), Grace Gibbeson (Year 10) and Alex Black (Year 10) who gained selection into the BBSSSA OPEN Girls Soccer team on Monday.

Back row - Mr Greg Hume (Coach), Brianna Taylor, Brianna Barr, Madison Gardoni, Kate Barry, Alex Black, Jasmine Boudib, Adelaide Qassis, Lauren Taylor, Caitlin Crammond

Front Row - Sarah Farrell, Sonja Jeffery, Georgia Emerton, Kirsten Simpson, Courtney Harkin, Monika Sroba, Whitney Skirka, Grace Gibbeson

Congratulations also to Mr Hume who was always confident in this team and skilfully managed the large squad to victory at the BBSSSA Championships, only conceding one goal all day.

Thank you to our parent spectators who supported the team on the day and to other staff who were involved in the selection of this team, Mrs McGregor, Miss Enright, Mr Shaw and particularly Mr Campbell who assisted on multiple occasions.

Here is Mr Hume's report -

We returned to this year’s tournament as defending Champions but with a large number of last year’s team not available it was probably going to prove difficult. After Madison Gardoni scoring from a difficult angle early on in the first game we held on to win 1 - Nil. A draw against Mackillop and a 1 - Nil loss to St Peter's saw the girls progress to the Semi Finals scoring just one goal.

Our Semi Final opponent was St Joseph's who had not been beaten on the day. Grace Gibbeson scored early with a breakaway goal and our defence again held strong for a tough win. So we qualified for the Grand Final by scoring two goals however the girls were playing determined soccer supporting each other. Every girl did her job, big or small.

The Grand Final against Stella Maris was a tight affair. Excellent energy from Sonja Jeffery caused the defence stress and paid off when she was awarded a penalty. Grace stepped up and calmly slotted it home. Some of the more superstitious girls couldn’t watch. We held on for a deserved win and back to back Championships.


To Alyson McGrath (Year 11) who was a member of the NSW Under 18 Indoor Netball Ladies team that won the Australian Championships last week. In exciting news Alyson has now gained selection into the Australian Under 18 team that will compete at an International Tournament in October in Queensland.

Good Luck

To our nine students competing at the NSW All Schools Swimming Championships on Monday.

Karen Grant
Representative Sports Coordinator

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Co-curricular Sport

Catherine Cox Coaching Clinic

All MSB Netball players are invited to attend a special coaching clinic with Catherine Cox on Monday 15 June. Catherine has played for the Australian National Team in over 100 test matches, winning the Australian Championships of 2004, 2006 and 2007. In 2008 she was captain of the NSW Swifts. Now in 2015 you can be part of a small group of MSB Netball players to receive her personal tuition and coaching.

The Clinic will be held on Monday 15 June at Pennant Hills Park from 4.00pm - 6.00pm. Cost = $30 per person and must be paid in advance - cash only. Please complete the attached registration form and forward the form and monies to Student Services in a clearly marked envelope "Netball - Catherine Cox Clinic". Payment must be received prior to the Clinic. All participants will receive a small goody bag. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to start the season right!

Rebecca Lewis
Co-Curricular Sports Coordinator

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University of Sydney Information Evenings

Year 10 Information Evening
6.00pm - 7.45pm
Wednesday 3 and Monday 22 June

Register online now.

Final venue information will be provided to registered attendees.

Scholarship Information Evening
6.00pm - 7.45pm
Tuesday 16 June

Register online now.

Final venue information will be provided to
registered attendees.

Limited spaces are still available.

Lucy Elgood
Careers Advisor

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The Canteen opens daily from 8.00am to 2.00pm.

MY STUDENT ACCOUNT - Cashless Canteen

Students may order and pay for purchases with our 'cashless' option using their Student ID card.
Cashless Canteen - Comprehensive instructions on how to use this system
Place a Canteen order .

Canteen Roster for the week commencing Monday 18 May






Kath Darcy

Susan Bell

Karen Khoury

Eunjin Susanna Park

Rachael Taylor

Carmen Galluzzo

Susan Brown

Sarah Cusack

Please notify Melissa if you are unable to attend or you would like to be removed from the roster.

The Canteen is looking for a Canteen Assistant. Please view the advertisement here.

Mrs Melissa Arane
Canteen Manager

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