Uniform Shop – School Holidays Hours
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Easter is the greatest and the most important feast in the Church. It marks the birthday of our eternal hope. Easter literally means the feast of fresh flowers. We celebrate it with pride and jubilation.
It is with the same pride that I thank all staff and students for what they have achieved this term and all members of the Berwick Campus community are wished all the very best over the holiday period. May all keep safe and enjoy time with loved ones after such a positive start to the year.
Last week a small team of students travelled into the city with Mr Branchflower to compete in the Vex Robotics pre-season tournament which was held as part of the National Future Schools Conference 2019 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).
This event is one of a series of tournaments taking place internationally throughout the year. VEX competitions are recognized as the largest and fastest growing competitive robotics programs for Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools and older students around the world.
VEX competitions include over 20,000 teams from 45 countries that participate in more than 1,500 VEX competition events worldwide.
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as Student of the Term
Year 7 Boy – Jordan Gwin (Schneider)
Year 7 Girl – Mackenzi Evans (Thomas)
Year 8 Boy – Andre Corsino (Burgess)
Year 8 Girl – Janelle Del Mar (Gallagher)
Year 9 Boy – Darcy Hanna (White)
Year 9 Girl – Caitlyn Williams (Synan)
Good luck to all 100 Year 8 students who were recently selected to enter the Australian Geography Competition. Over 65,000 students from around Australia compete in this competition. It is the result of a joint initiative between the Australian Geography Teachers Association and the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland.
Thanks to Ms Polatidis for her coordination of this opportunity for many students.
Congratulations to all House competitors who ran in the House Cross-Country Competition on Tuesday. In picturesque sunshine, students undertook the course which totalled a distance of 3km. Both grit and stamina was on display as all individuals gave their best on the day. Special thanks to Adam Lawrence, Josh Wright and all Heads of House for their assistance and coordination on the day.
The winning House on the day was Thomas – Well done!