From the Principal
Parent Information Evening
The parent information evening of last Thursday evening was well attended with about 150 people present. The four items presented during the night included a response by the School to the parent survey of last term. Some may recall the survey sought parental views on seven questions:
1.a rating of the School,
2.a ranking of various features of the School,
3.one thing you would do as Principal,
4.one thing you wouldn't change,
5.desired graduating qualities,
6.most important aspects for your child's education and
7.an open question on other views
80% of parents rated the School at eight (8), nine (9) or ten (10)
the School was rated at seven (7) or above by 94% of parents
the ranking of parent-desired features in the School offered teaching, academic results and community as the three leading features.
one thing, as Principal, that shouldn't change was the community of the School as the leading view.
The following wordle taken from last year's Year 12 exit survey is well representative of the graduating qualities parents wished for the children:
The most important aspects for a child's education, as a brushstroke of responses were directed to student learning, a well balanced person, in a nurturing environment and reaching personal potential
The Adventure Learning program provided an outline of the international, community programs of Zambia and Nepal. These programs have been directed as Year 10 students and hearing from the students who have recently returned from Zambia, as well as from our Nepali visitor, Ishwor Ghimere, gave a voice to the intentions of the program. For those wishing to have an deeper insight I write, again, of the following link:
The Bring Your Own Device (BOYD) intentions of the School were outlined by the Head of one ninety, Michael Holmes. Formal information will travel to all parents in the next fortnight.
Finally, an update of the Master Plan for the School was presented by the Deputy Board Chair, Dr Greg Keene. Dr Keene explained that the purchase of the Gravity Dance Studio premises gave the School complete ownership of the Gilles Street block, framed by the music department and the clothing store. In turn, this has allowed for a major re-development project of this area for one ninety students, commencing later next year, as a first project in a string of developments. The movement of the School's Reception, business and Principal's staff to Wheaton House, with the Learning Support Centre to the upstairs of the Nicholls building and then the commencement of a Middle School/Theatre on the South Terrace site, announced last year, will follow one to another. A further opportunity has arisen on the parklands with Council considering development projects, such as a pavilion, to promote greater use of the playing fields and facilities. The School awaits, with hope, the resolutions of Adelaide City Council sometime later this year.
For viewing of the presentation go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54pW9_bPXF4
The Board Chair, Tim Goodes, and fellow Board members entertained the School staff last Friday evening. The drinks and nibbles were provided by the Board in acknowledgement of the quality of the work by staff. The School has a total staff number of 166 and the large turn-out was a fitting conclusion to a number of exciting outcomes for the School these last few weeks.
For those present at the Parent Information evening there was a frenetic rush generated by Mark Bourchier's announcement that there were only seven tickets left for the Long Lunch. Not a half an hour later those tickets had been snapped up and there were 500 guests set for attending the Viva Italia Long Lunch of 2013.
The record number of people attending surpassed last year's 432 and to have a fully sold-out lunch still a fortnight prior to the event is a significant achievement and great credit must be given to the organising committee. Thank you to all involved.
Every family will have received a brown paper sleeve for the donation of a bottle of wine.
If you are thinking of donating a bottle please return these to the front office within the next week.
We are hoping to have in excess of 200 bottles. At present there are a little over 60.
Dr Eddie Groughan
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From the Head of Prep School
A warm welcome is extended to Amy and Felicity Lush and their family as they join the Pulteney community this term. These children are a welcome addition to the Prep School and we wish them well on their learning journey through Pulteney Grammar.
Values and Ethics Theme - Term 3
The Prep School has chosen 'Responsibility, Honesty and Trust' from the Values and Ethics curriculum as the theme for Term 3. They will be integrated into all key-learning areas and classroom teachers will explore the following concepts with their students:
Always take responsibility for your actions
Be honest and sincere in all that you say and do
The importance of telling the truth
Resolving differences in constructive, non violent, peaceful ways
Contributing to society
Taking care of the environment
'Responsibility, Honesty and Trust' are important concepts that the children need to fully understand as they grow and mature during the Primary years. Hence, all students in the Prep will be encouraged to either take on, or further develop, a role of responsibility within the home environment this term. They will also be involved in activities and games in class that highlight the importance of being both trustworthy and honest in all interactions with others.
This theme will also be incorporated into the 'Habits of Mind' concepts that are being introduced at all year levels in the Prep School this term.
'Habits of Mind' concepts focus on knowing how to behave intelligently when you don't know the answer. Educational outcomes in traditional settings focus on how many answers a student knows. When we teach for 'Habits of Mind' we are interested also in how students behave when they don't know an answer.
Throughout 2013 Mrs Wendy Stewart, who directs the Gifted and Talented focus within the school, will team teach with staff to encourage the Prep School children to explore the ways in which they think, act and learn on a daily basis.
The four 'Habits of Mind' that the children will be encouraged to explore in class in Term 3 are:
Applying Past Knowledge to New Situations
Thinking and Communicating with Clarity and Precision
I encourage all parents to take the opportunity to discuss the theme of 'Responsibility, Honesty and Trust' and the 'Habits of Mind' with your children to help further their understanding and appreciation of these concepts.
I wish to congratulate the Semester 1 House Leaders, Community Service Leaders, and the members of the Student Representative Council for the roles they played in the Prep School during the first semester of the year. They approached their leadership roles very responsibly and are to be commended for this. The following leaders for Semester 2 will be presented with their badges on Friday morning and I look forward to working closely with them this semester.
House Leaders: Semester 2 - Year 6
House Leaders: Semester 2 - Year 5
Student Representative Council: Chairpersons – Semester 2
Student Representative Councillors: Semester 2
|3O Poppy Brown
3O Alexander Lance
3K Abby Douglas
3K Kodi Sordillo
4L Emilia Dolphin
4L Angus Winter
4M Grace Meulders
4M William Darker
4S Elise Myatt
4S Patrick Winter
|5A Lauren Bull
5A Alexander Duance
5M Kelsey Brion
5M Alexander Magarey
5D Grace Neuhaus
5D Harry Blight
6C Isabella Rigda
6C Lachlan Casey
6V Coby Howell
6V Connor Fyfe
6M Eleanore Champion
Tournament of Minds
We congratulate the students who have been chosen to represent the Prep School in the Tournament of Minds Competition for 2013, as outlined by Sue Mavropoulos in last week's PRW.
These children will be very busy in the coming weeks as they work with their teachers to write their own play, create their costumes and props, and prepare to perform their challenge solution on Tournament Day at Flinders University on September 8. We wish them the best of luck and thank Sue, Cathy, Karen and Wendy for their guidance and support in the lead up to the competition.
Life Education Program
During Term 3 the children in Years 3 to 6 will participate in the Life Education program run by Life Education SA. The teaching staff from Life Education SA are always popular with the children. They use various visual teaching mediums to guide classes through aspects of the Health curriculum. The children particularly enjoy learning from the entertaining puppet 'Healthy Harold'. Each session provides classroom teachers with further stimulus for engaging the children in the Health program for the term.
The following concepts will be covered at each year level:
Year 3 - Harold's Diary
Developing coping strategies and support networks
Healthy food choices
Defining a drug
Safety with medicines
Year 4: bCyberwise
Building positive relationships with online and offline friends
Safe and respectful behaviour online
Responsible behaviours when using communication technology
Strategies for keeping personal information safe online
Strategies to deal with face to face and cyber bullying
Exploring the role of a 'bystander'
Year 5: It's Your Call
The definition of a drug
Legal drugs (e.g. alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and medicines) have varying degrees of risk
The level of risk is defined by the relationship between the person, the drug and the environment
Description of behaviours that can risk the safety of self and others
Exploration of S.E.A.R.C.H. as a problem solving model
Year 6: Think Twice
Recognising alcohol is a legal drug but there are laws controlling its purchase
Recognising that alcohol passes through and affects body systems, sometimes changing behaviour
Examining both the short and long term health consequences associated with alcohol misuse
Recognising the level of risk is defined by the relationship between the environment, the drug and the person
National Science Week
'A Century of Australian Science' is the National Science Week theme to be celebrated in the Prep School in week 4 of this term. Classes will explore this topic through a range of activities planned and directed by our Coordinator of Science, Ms Robyn Cox.
Children's Book Week
This year's Book Week theme is 'Read Across the Universe'. All students in the Prep School are currently looking at the books short-listed by the Children's Book Council in categories such as Picture books, Information books, and books for Younger Readers and Early Childhood. Our Book Week celebrations this year include a number of special activities including a visit from two well known authors, Alison Lloyd and Carole Wilkinson, the Book Week Parade and a performance from the Splash Theatre.
On Thursday 22 August the Prep School will stage their Book Week Parade in Wyatt Hall. It will commence at 8.45am and run for approximately 20 minutes. Students are encouraged to dress up as a favourite book character or as something relating to the Book Week theme. This Parade is always a lot of fun and so parents, carers and friends are most welcome to attend.
Prep School Musical Evening: 23 September
Mrs Cullity and the Prep School students are busy rehearsing for the Prep School Musical Evening to be held in the Adelaide Town Hall on 23 September. Invitations and further information will follow but please put this date in your diary as it is sure to be an entertaining evening.
Sport Shoes – Junior School
The uniform policy for the Junior School lists white sandshoes with blue stripes as the sandshoes to be worn for Sport lessons. Students are not to wear coloured sandshoes to school. Thank you for your understanding with this matter.
Dates for the diary
Book Week Parade: 22 August
Prep School Musical Evening: 23 September Adelaide Town Hall
Parent Teacher Interviews: Term 3 weeks 8 & 9
Grandparents' Day: 1 November
I hope you have a relaxing and enjoyable weekend.
Head of Prep
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From the Chaplain
The value of kindness
Do you remember a time when someone did something unexpectedly kind for you? Or when you were able to make a real difference for someone else by doing something kind for them? Acts of kindness are practical demonstrations of love and connection. Regular kindness is a great way to keep relationships healthy, but occasionally we have the opportunity to be kind in ways that are unexpected, or make a significant difference in someone's life.
Simple acts of kindness can bring comfort, peace and joy, and when life is really difficult, they can restore hope, faith and love.
Kindness is a virtue that many of us would like to be known for, and most of us would like to foster in our children, and yet it's also something we can easily dismiss or take for granted.
The thing that most often gets in the way of kindness is selfishness, and keeping our selfishness under control can be a considerable challenge.
Jesus' famous parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10: 25-37) gives useful examples of both selfishness and kindness in action. A man walking down from Jerusalem to Jericho is attacked by robbers and left for dead. A priest goes down the same road, sees the injured man, and crosses to the other side to avoid him. Then a Levite, a temple helper comes down the road and does the same thing. Finally a Samaritan comes along. We don't expect him to help, because first century Jews and Samaritans hated each other, but he does. He stops and gives the man first aid, then he puts him on his own donkey and takes him to an inn, where he pays for him to be cared for.
The priest and Levite fail to help the man, even though they have been taught since childhood, 'Love your neighbour as yourself'. They owe it to this man to help him, but they avoid their responsibility. The Samaritan, on the other hand, is widely regarded as having no responsibility to this Jew, because of the enmity between their groups, yet he provides the best help possible. Why? Well, Martin Luther King Jr taught that the key question on the priest and Levite's minds was, 'If I stop and help, what will happen to me?' while the question on the Samaritan's mind was, 'If I don't stop and help, what will happen to him?'
After telling the Samaritan's story, Jesus says, 'Go and do likewise'. When we do something genuinely kind, we focus on the wellbeing of others, but that very focus has significant benefits for us, as well. Consider how you feel about the kind things you've done. Your kindness may or may not have been acknowledged, but even if it hasn't you still have the satisfaction of knowing that you've done well.
Magdalene Centre & Refugee Homemaker Kits
Providing gifts of food and op shop items for the Magdalene Centre, or house-warming gifts for our Anglicare Refugee Homemaker Kits, are two regular opportunities for us to do something kind.
Suitable items for the Refugee Homemaker Kits include new or 'as new' plastic storage containers, biscuit tins, serving trays, fruit bowls, casserole dishes, table cloths, coasters/placemats, landscape or still life pictures, picture frames, vases, ornaments, cushions, doilies and knitted blankets.
Donations can be brought to the Chapel Foyer, along with your contributions for the Magdalene Centre. Thank you for your generosity.
Preparing for Confirmation
A number of students have expressed interest in preparing for Confirmation or learning more about the Christian journey. Letters and consent forms have been emailed to parents, and some students have taken hard copies as well. Please return completed consent forms to the Front Office Reception as soon as possible, as our first session is on Thursday, August 15. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sydney Music trip
The inaugural interstate music trip of Pulteney Grammar School was held from Wednesday 17th July to Monday 22nd July 2013. With 38 students combining to form four Ensembles with staff members, Mr. Mears, Mrs. Howley, Mrs. Mears and Mr. Fragomeni . The trip was a brilliant success in so many different ways.
The itinerary included two performances at the N.S.W. Schools Band Festival held at the University of N.S.W. with both our Concert and Stage Band's receiving a Bronze award amongst high standard band's from New South Wales schools.
Other highlights from the tour included a morning of concerts and workshops with the Australian Army Band Sydney as well as two workshops at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. The first being a memorable vocal workshop for our Grammarphones choir with Dr.Michael Halliwell, Head of vocal and opera studies in a truly remarkable learning experience where the quality of singing developed beautifully. Our Concert Band also had an inspiring workshop with Stephen Hillinger Assistant Conductor from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in a workshop that really improved all areas of the band's sound and inspired all our students to achieve to a higher level.
One of the goals of the trip was to totally immerse each student in a musical experience that would both inspire and instruct. Two visits to the Opera House, one to watch Donizetti's comic opera Don Pasquale and also to watch an interesting piece of Theatre called the "One Man Star Wars" show. Students also witnessed a wonderful and truly remarkable performance of Italian Baroque music from the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at the beautiful art deco styled City Recital Hall. Our students will also never forget the brilliant Hot Shoe Shuffle musical that we went to on our first night in Sydney at the Lyric Theatre. One from watching the show with a brilliant live Big Band and virtuosic tap dancing through to the special Q & A that only our students were treated to by the writer and creator of the show, as well as the Music director and two cast members at the conclusion of the show.
Concerts performed at the Maritime Museum and also the Harbourside Amphitheatre in Darling Harbour were also major highlights with excellent audiences and crowds watching entertaining programs from our Drum Corps, Concert Band, Stage Band and Grammarphones choir. The whole trip was to experience the whole Sydney experience and centered around the beautiful harbour with two ferry journeys in the inner harbour taking in the majestic Harbour bridge and iconic Sydney Opera House as well as travelling to Manly viewing the massive cliffs of the Sydney Heads on the way and having fish and chips for lunch on the golden sands in warm and relaxing weather.
The trip owes its success to many people but I would like to thank Celina Nguyen of Koochi Corporate Wear for donating to all the touring members a designer Pulteney touring music shirt with specially designed printing to celebrate the Music Tour. We would also like to thank Genesis Tour and Charter and the driver and owner of the company Mr. Alan Bell for his brilliant safe driving and navigation in Sydney and also for freighting over and back all the heavy musical equipment . The fundraising from all members of the musical community as well as the support from the Friends of Music. The Staff and Leadership Team of Pulteney Grammar School for supporting and encouraging this truly remarkable and life changing music tour.
Head of Music
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After 11 weeks of rehearsals and with 5 to go. The cast, staff and crew of this years Musical Production "Disney's Beauty And The Beast" are looking forward to production week in week 7, presenting 4 performances. Thursday September 5th (7.30pm), 6th (7.30pm) & 7th (1pm Matinee and 7.30pm) at the Odeon Theatre on the corner of Queen St and the Parade, Norwood.
Tickets on sale now book here: http://www.trybooking.com/58702
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Year 10 Outdoor Ed at the 2013 SA Schools Orienteering Championships
On Monday August 5th the 5 members of the Year 10 Outdoor Ed class and Charlotte Brader (9RB) competed on various courses set up in and around Felixstow Reserve.
All competed well with the aim not on speed but on accuracy as a way of improving navigation skills.
As it turned out most of the group collected some good results.
Sophie Rawson was the most unlucky as she was entered into the A Division due to her previous experience. She finished a creditable 6th against many more experienced counterparts.
Sophie Vardaro collected 1st place for OPEN B Girls with Jackie van Renen coming in second.
Alex Redshaw finished 1st in the OPEN B Boys with Jack Dolling 2nd.
Charlotte Brader collected a GOLD Medal in her 15 Women's Division A and was also selected into the Sate Schools Orienteering Team to compete in Canberra later this year.
We can now look forward to the Orienteering Relay Championships to be held on Friday September 20th. We hope to include the Hilary Challenge competitors in to this event.
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Parent Evening – Dannielle Miller
We have Dannielle Miller, co-founder of Enlighten Education and champion of girl-power and self-esteem across Australia, presenting a talk to parents at Pulteney on Monday evening August 12th at 6.30pm in Wyatt Hall.
Having spent that day entertaining and educating your daughters about how to thrive, love themselves and others, resolve conflict and stay safe, Danni will be sharing her wisdom with parents and friends. I encourage you to take the opportunity to hear this celebrated author and presenter speak and share advice and stories about girls and their journey to adulthood.
To book click here: http://www.trybooking.com/YBY
There is a flyer at the end of PRW.
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Cricket is a sport that many Australian men and women play week in and week out during the summer months. It provides many challenges, both physical and mental.
As most people are aware the greatest challenge is the time required on a Saturday morning or afternoon. For many young men and women, the time challenge is relished and used to good effect to help develop the sort of character and resilience required to tackle study stresses or work pressures.
This year, starting late in Term 3, Pulteney will launch the Cricket Development Academy aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of cricket in young Prep (Year 6) and Middle School students. It will be coached by qualified and experienced coaches on Friday afternoons from 4 to 5.30 pm for an 8 week period.
Times and dates will follow. If you would like register your son's (or daughter's) interest and for more information please email me at school at Richard.email@example.com or call my mobile on 0409787981.
Also, this season the SACA is to have a Premier League competition. This is a new venture to give promising young cricketers a chance to play against the best. Pulteney is to host The Eastern Edge, coached by Ben Cameron. The team will make good use of the school's facilities and in turn provide some specialized coaching throughout the summer.
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Winter Sports Dinner
A reminder that the winter sports dinner is being held on saturday the 24th of August (intercol evening) at the Glenelg Life Saving Club. Tickets for students and parents can be purchased via the link on the schools website.
Head of Sport
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Telephone: 8216 5538
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you are aware the Uniform for Term 3 remains the same as Term 2
The Pulteney Shop has a good supply of accessories for the cold weather e.g.
Golf Style Pulteney Umbrellas $45.00
Navy Mini Umbrellas $20.00
Navy Gloves to keep the fingers warm $12.00.
Safety Raincoats $27.50
Cream and Navy striped knitted scarfes $30.00
Have a great weekend and keep warm.
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National Computing Competition
Over the next four weeks the Year 10 Information Technology students are competing in the National Computing for Secondary Schools Competition, requiring students to code in a computer language called Python. All the work is online, and as students work through modules they are given harder and harder challenges, which they need to learn, analyse, adapt and submit. The work is then assessed and students move on to the next section. Coding has been identified as a major initiative that students should undertake to improve their Mathematical and Creative skills and to prepare them for new job opportunities and career pathways.
Many students are involved in Mathematic Competitions at Pulteney and a new area has been created on the Learning Platform under the Mathematics Space. This contains past papers, which can be downloaded for practice. Answers will be provided at a later date, but if you have any questions please speak to Mr. Webber or email: email@example.com The past papers can be accessed from the Mathematics Space or type: http://tinyurl.com/lyherox
Ten most visited Spaces on Learning Platform: Term 3 Week 2
|English Year 11
English Studies Year 12
Kurrajong Resource Centre
Science 9BD (JHJ)
Pulteney Grammar School
English Year 10
Total Number of hits for Pulteney:
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Chartered Accountants Scholarships – due 16 August
The Institute of Chartered Accountants has 5 scholarships for Year 12 students who wish to commence a commerce degree at a South Australian university in 2014. The winner will receive $1,000 and 2 weeks paid work placement in a leading Adelaide accounting firm. They are looking for students with good people skills including leadership, team-work, initiative, communication and problem solving. Apply online at http://www.charteredaccountants.com.au/SAscholarship before 16 August 2013.
NIDA Information Night – 22 August
The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is Australia's internationally acclaimed institute for education and training in theatre, film and television. NIDA is holding their information night on Thursday 22 August. The event will be broadcast live and will be available to stream online later for students who are unable to attend the night. Registration for the online screening can be made at www.nida.edu.au/info2013
Australian Defence Force Careers Expo – 31 August
The ADF will be holding their Careers Day on Saturday 31 August from 9 am – 4 pm at the Torrens Parade Ground. This is an ideal opportunity for students to find out about careers such as Aviation, Business and Administration, Combat and Security, Engineering, Management, Health Care and Science. There will also be information sessions running every hour.
Tax File Numbers
Australian students need a tax file number (TFN) if they intend applying for a job or studying in a tertiary institution in Australia. Students are able to apply for their TFN through the school. This is a much easier process than applying directly to the Tax Office. If your child requires a TFN, please ask them to come and collect a form from me in the Careers Office.
Acting Careers Coordinator
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Senior Sport Notices
7A lost to Westminster 7A 19-23
Best players: Pippa Adkins, Pamela Charalabidis, Nadine Faulkhead
7B defeated Westminster 7B 22-21
Best players: Stella Healey, Delys Russell, Cerys Evans, Maya Clarke
8A defeated Westminster 8A 29-20
Best players: Sophie Zuill, Samantha Simons, Natasha Holmes, Neha Athreya
8B defeated Westminster 8B 20 - 19
Best players: Zoe Denton, Aliya Balanco, Claire Churchill
9A defeated Westminster 9A 45 - 34
Best players: Lucy Sara, Victoria Cirocco, Charlotte Brader
9B lost to Westminster 9B 8 - 54
Best players: Jasmine Scuteri-Young, Annie Kirchner, Georgie Cufone
Senior A lost to Westminster A 35 - 47
Best player: Izzy Madsen
Senior B lost to Westminster B 23 - 54
Best players: Brigette Rodda, Izzy Nikoloff
Senior C lost to Westminster C 16 - 54
Best players: Bridie Rawson, Emma Kittel
Senior D lost to Westminster D 11 - 46
Best players: Evie Dunstan, Claudia Davey
Senior E defeated Walford 3 53 - 1
Best players: Georgia Bailey, Kate Westland
Senior F lost to Woodcroft 9 - 31
Best players: Sarah Giles, Kate Shepherdson
Seniors C's defeated St Peters 5 games to 1
1 Ashleigh Barker won 21-16
2 Ruby Trnovsky won 21-10
3 Nghy Do won 21-4
4 Alma Mallavarapu lost 2-21
1 Ashleigh/ Nghy won 21-10
2 Ruby/ Alma won 21-14
Senior A's lost to Pembroke 6-0
1 Freya Gao lost 8-15 8-15
2 Michaela Dunmall lost 1-15 2-15
3 Vivian Nguyen lost 1-12 3-12
4 Pin Hua Chen lost 11-15 9-15
1 Freya/ Pin Hua lost 9-21
2 Michaela/ Vivian lost 11-21
1st V lost to SPSC 45-52
2nd V lost to SPSC 19-56
3rd V lost to SPSC 23-79
4th V lost to SPSC 28-34
A's lost to SPSC 14-41
B's lost to SPSC 22-25
C's lost to SPSC 14-25
D's defeated Scotch College 28-22
1st XI drew with St Ignatius 2-2
Middle school defeated Concordia 2-1
1st XVIII 17-9 (111) defeated Cabra 3-6 (24)
2nd XVIII 3-8(26) lost to PAC 4 15-17(107)
Year 8/9s 10-6 (66) defeated Cabra 6-6 (42)
Year 6/7s 1-0(6) lost to Pembroke 5-8 (38)
Year 4/5s 1-3 (9) lost to PAC 10-4 (64)
Year 2/3s 5-1 (31) lost to St Joseph's 10-7(67)
First XI drew Second XI 0 - 0
Best players: Michaela Dunbar, Sammie Escritt, Imogen Loftes
Year 8 defeated Concordia College 2 – 1
Goal Scorers: Felicia Maris 1, Eli Gianakis
All played well
Year 7 defeated Saints Girls 1 - 0
Goal Scorers: Alexia Pounentis 1, Katia Stamatelopoulos 1, Cerys Evans 1
Best Players: Cerys Evans, Alexia Pounentis, Aneisha Bishop, Jennifer Finlay, Claudia Hammerstein
First XI defeated Concordia College 4 – 1
Goal Scorers: Tom Berg 2, James Goodwin 1, Harry Hughes 1
Best Players: Mikiel Tesfa, Ali Kaissi, Harry Deadman
Overall very happy with result, the team is really starting to understand the way the coach wants them playing, passing and moving, playing out from the back. Still there is always room to improve. Looking forward to the next 3 games.
Second XI defeated Concordia College 1 – 0
Goal scorer: Jake Nayler
Best players: Jake Nayler, Jim Deadman, Billy Escritt, Sean Conneely
Year 10 lost to Pembroke School 2 – 3
Goal scorer: Calvin Heath 2
Best players: Cameron Smith, Cael Keenan, Calvin Heath
Year 8/9 lost to Cabra College 1 – 4
Goals: Alex Human 1
Best players: Thomas Roubos, Ned Feary, Alden Julardzija
Year 8 lost to Nazareth Catholic College 0 – 8.
Best players: Sam Symonds, Nick Wilson, Dion Vithoulkas, Thomas Vetere
Year 6/7 defeated Blackfriars Priory School 10 -2
Multiple goal scorers, all played well.
Year 6 drew with Blackfriars Priory School 5 – 5
Goal Scorers: Jake Reedman 2, Alex Mifsud 1, Lachlan Casey 2,
Best players: Jake Reedman, Seth Dolphin, Lachlan Casey
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Prep Sport Notices
Cricket – Coaching Program, Term 3.
Junior Cricket T20 Blast 8-week cricket program for 7-10 year old boys and girls. Monday nights at Stepney ICA or Wednesday night at Woodlands ICA, starting in week 2, Term 3. Professionally run by SACA, involving match play and skill work. The cost for the eight weeks is $99, and every child receives an Adelaide Strikers t-shirt and cap.
For more information or to register, go to www.t20blast.com.au or contact Tom Rutherford at SACA on 83003213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yr 4 Boys Blue/White – lost to BPS 3-4
Yr 5 Boys Gold defeated PGS Navy 4-3
Yr 6 Boys drew with Blackfriars 5-5
Yr 6/7 Boys defeated Blackfriars 10-2
Yr 2/ 3 5-0-30 lost to St Josephs 10-7-67
Yr 4/5 1-0-6 lost to PAC 9-1-55
Yr 3 Blue drew with St Raphaels 2-2
Yr 3 White lost to the Angels 3-8
Yr 4 Gold defeated PGS Navy 8-2
Yr 5/6 Div 3 Blue lost to Mercedes 5-28
Yr 5 Div 3 White lost to Scotch 8-19
Yr 6 Div 2 Blue defeated St Johns 17-13
Yr 6 Div 2 White defeated Glen Osmond 33-13
Yr 3 Blue lost to Marraytville 0-8
Yr 5/6 defeated St Johns Lutheran 2-0
Head of Prep Sport
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