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Issue # 8

BISHOP DRUITT COLLEGE

FAITHFULNESS IN SERVICE

21 March | 2014

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From The Principal On Monday, we had a special assembly to formalise our sister school relationship with Toyama University International High School. Our Japanese guests were extremely enthusiastic, participating fully in the ceremony – singing their anthem and their school song. To highlight the extraordinary differences in our cultures and histories, I related the story of one of the visiting teachers to the students at the assembly. Mr Yosho Hayashi is an English teacher, but he is also a Buddhist priest. He is responsible for one of the Buddhist temples in Toyama. I asked our students to imagine Coffs Harbour 782 years ago – to imagine the untouched landscape, inhabited only by Gumbaynggirr people. It was 782 years ago that Mr Hayashi’s family took over his temple. He is the 26th generation of his family in charge of that temple. In the context of European settlement in Australia, his presence at our assembly brought a human dimension to the great cultural and historical differences that exist between our two countries. Giving voice to the notion of BDC in the global village, 2015 will see a number of exciting opportunities available to our students, with tours planned to Greece and Italy; France; Japan; Quebec; and Cambodia. These will be cultural, linguistic, or service tours – or a combination of these. More about these various tours and exchanges will follow in the coming term. On Wednesday night, we hosted our first cocktail evening for parents and caregivers (of Year 7). It was a pleasant way for people to meet informally and get to know one another – and to take a quick tour of the Trade Training Centre. Next Wednesday, we will host parents and carers from Kindergarten. The following Wednesday, 2 April, we will host the cocktail evening for Year 10 parents and carers. Tickets for these events are available via the ‘Events’ tab on the school website. Reimbursement for Representative Costs The College has a limited fund that is used to reimburse some of the costs associated with representing the NCIS in sporting events. These reimbursements are offered in a graduated fashion, depending on the level of competition. For example, for CIS representation, only the registration fee can be claimed. The reimbursement amount grows with state or national representation. Application forms are found on the ‘Join Us -> Forms’ tab: (http://www.bdc.nsw.edu.au/forms) on our website.

Staff Spotlight Teacher in profile: Jeremy Nash I currently teach: English I came to BDC from: The Armidale School

National School Chaplaincy & Student Welfare Program

I studied at: Magdalene College, Cambridge, UK, and UNE Armidale

I wrote to parents and carers this week with reference to the NSC&SWP, explaining the importance we place in our wider pastoral care program. In Chaplain’s Chat this week, Rev Morgan invites you to complete a short survey regarding your access to our wider pastoral program. It is essential schools that are in receipt of funding through the NSC&SWP offer such a survey to their communities.

I have also taught at: Vivek School, Chandigarh, India; Dorrigo, Bellingen, Hernani, Ebor.

Congratulations this week to: • Ryan Beckett (11), who won a gold medal at the NSW Surf Life Saving Open championships at Umina on 7-9 March. Ryan won the U17 single ski race and will now represent NSW at the national championships in Perth. He also made the final of the U17 board and ironman at Umina. • Courtney Smith (10) – Basketball; Danielle McMahon (9) – Basketball; and Zac Ion (11) - Golf, won Encouragement and Most Improved Awards respectively at The North Coast Academy of Sport dinner (for the 2012 -2013 season). Courtney has also just completed the Rugby Sevens Development Program with North Coast Academy of Sport which was conducted over the summer months.

I engage my students by: Aiming high and expecting their best

Alan Ball Principal

Chaplain’s Chat

I grew up in: Born in Australia, but grew up in London I went to school at: The French Lyçée in London, then Harrow School Subjects I have also taught: Drama, History, Languages

I am currently reading: The latest Ian Rankin, (John Rebus rules!) My proudest career moment: Singing Tallis’ 40 part motet on tour in Belgium with the Cambridge University Musical Society Choir An area of expertise or my Teaching public speaking skills passion in education is: A leader/s I respect: Pemulwuy, Monash, Keating I am grateful for: My wife and my three sons grown into loving, successful, young men. Something students might find interesting about me is:

My first teaching qualification, completed as a student at university, was becoming a Swiss Ski Teacher.

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Seeing in new ways “Tolerance is giving to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself.” - Robert Green Ingersoll

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Tolerance is a quality that we should all aspire. Sadly though most find it difficult to exercise. Tolerance asks us to walk a mile in the shoes of another seeking to appreciate their feelings and emotions, which in turn might help us to ‘see in new ways’.

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In our Chapel time this week students have been encouraged to ‘see in new ways’…to look at others and life itself from another perspective or point of view. All of us have a unique story that paints a picture of our journey through life. Each story is distinctive and a rich tapestry of adventure and experiences. Bishop Druitt College has been blessed through the presence of students from many countries; each and every one of them brings richness and diversity to our community. There is much we can learn from the stories of others and I have encouraged students to ‘share their story’ with others over lunch or snack time so that they may have an opportunity to ‘see in new ways’ and not always ‘judge a book by it’s cover’. Encouraging others to see in new ways is exactly what Jesus did throughout his earthly journey. Jesus rejected greed, violence, the glorification of power, the amassing of wealth without social balance, and the personal judging of others, their lifestyles and beliefs. He taught us to believe in and live a spiritual and ethical life based in our essential, inherent goodness. What Jesus promoted was a succinct set of spiritual principals and a way of life based upon love, compassion, tolerance, and a strong belief in the importance in giving and generosity to those in need. Through the sharing of stories we can build tolerance and acceptance of all people no matter their country of origin, religion or background. For me the beauty of our college is revealed in the faces of the students and staff and the love and tolerance evident in their lives. Thankyou to all in the college community from so many varying backgrounds for helping me to ‘see in new ways’ you have helped me appreciate God’s goodness in life. As Robert Green Ingersoll reminds us…“Tolerance is giving to every other human being every right that you claim for yourself.” Blessings, Rev David Morgan Chaplain Chaplaincy is one of the strands of college life that is woven into the fabric of pastoral care offered at BDC. One of the requirements under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program is to conduct an annual consultation with parents where we are required to review and confirm the support of the school community. We need your assistance to comply with the grant and ask if you would take the time to participate in the short survey attached. This will help to satisfy the requirements of the NSC&SWP. Click here to take the survey

secondary school from the Acting head of secondary Growth Mindset versus Fixed Mindset The research work of Carol Dweck into how people’s mindset can impact positively or negatively on their lives is interesting with ramifications for students’ academic and personal development. The basic concept of Dweck’s research is the belief system and attitude to learning. This research work has implications for many facets of life such as academics, sport, music and others. Dweck explains the two mindsets people can have; it is either a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. The fixed mindset believes that intelligence is a static trait – some people are intelligent and others are not and no amount of effort or application will change this. The growth mindset on the other hand, believes that intelligence can be developed by various means such as effort and instruction. Research tells us that the brain is like a muscle that gets better and stronger the more it is exercised. Every time people stretch themselves and learn something new their brain develops new connections. This information can be useful for parents and teachers to support student learning and the development of a growth mindset. The problem with a fixed mindset is that it can result in the following attributes that are detrimental to learning in school and personal growth. The fixed mindset can result in a false sense of superiority, undermined by a deep sense of self-doubt; a fear of failure and refusal to take risks; a feeling that failure permanently defines you as a loser and a need to prove yourself again and again; a desire to blame others or outside circumstances when things don’t go your way. In comparison the growth mindset leads to a love for learning and self-improvement; a desire to be challenged; a willingness to work for positive results; a belief that you can control the outcomes in your life with effort and practice; the ability to learn from mistakes and failures and emotional resilience. Dweck presents the following ten tips for parents to help their children to develop a growth mindset rather than a fixed mindset. 1. Practice what you preach – explain how you deal with challenges and how you continue to learn. 2. Emphasise the joy of learning for learning’s sake – talk about learning as a means for growth, challenge or opportunity rather than about a grade.

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3. Set appropriately high expectations and provide support – expectations should focus on habits, effort and growth not grades. 4. Be mindful of the goals you set and the messages they send – goals should emphasise the growth of skill and knowledge – having an innate talent is not a goal. 5. Praise effort, practice and process not outcome – praise persistence and perseverance; focus on positive habits practiced that lead to the success. 6. Use failures as an opportunity for reflection and growth – don’t use labels or let your child use them and don’t shelter children from the realities of failure by blaming others. 7. Provide honest, constructive criticism that emphasises growth – work to find strategies for improvement and involve your child in problem solving. 8. Make concrete plans for growth – help your child to establish a concrete plan for improvement. 9. Point out perseverance/effort of favourite athletes and stars – talk about famous people who failed in their early efforts. 10. Take reasonable risks and encourage your child to do so – be a lifelong learner. There is a lot more information available through books and articles written by Carol Dweck and the following websites: www4.esu.edu/academics/.../pdf/developing_growth_mindset.pdf whatkidscando.org › Resources Carmel Spry Acting Assistant Principal (Head of Secondary)

VISUAL ARTS Year 8 have enjoyed learning about the Archibald Portrait Prize this term. We study the work of William Dobell and his controversial portrait of Joshua Smith. Manuli Narangoda has rendered an amazing copy of Dobell’s portrait. It is simply one of the best reproductions the Visual Arts faculty has seen. Congratulations Manuli! Rebecca Brown Visual Arts Teacher

SHAVE FOR CURE Over the last two weeks the Year 12 student body of Bishop Druitt College held a fundraising extravaganza to support the Leukaemia Foundation’s Shave 4 a Cure. Within 8 days we raised an amazing sum of money, which amounted to nearly $5000. For this price, we had 20 male heads, 14 legs, 1 female head and 2 eyebrows completely removed of hair. We would like to give a massive thank you to all the students, teachers and most especially parents who donated generously and helped us smash our goal of $4000. Thank you again. Abbey Farlow Year 12 Student

SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS AT BDC Nick Murray, one of our Year 12 students, has signed up to complete a School Based Traineeship in Retail Services with Red Rooster. He received this opportunity through one of our parents, Matt Culgan who is a local franchisee. Nick will be completing a Retail Operations course through TAFE and working at Red Rooster for a minimum of 100 days over 2 years. Assessment will be a mix of on-the-job and off-the-job training through written tests, project work and practical exercises. This qualification will provide Nick with the skills and knowledge to be competent in a range of activities within a retail environment. Once he completes his traineeship, Red Rooster will have a qualified staff member ready to contribute to the business and Nick will increase his employability. School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships represent an excellent opportunity for both employers and students. At BDC we have a number of students who are keen to work and study in the areas of business administration, finance, construction, hospitality and retail (as well as other areas students haven’t even thought about). If you are thinking of taking on an apprentice or trainee send me an email to clang@bdc.nsw.edu.au. Craig Lang Head of the Learning Resources Centre

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POETRY Year 8 and some Year 9’s recently undertook some work on poetry. The students were learning about how poets use techniques to create a character, place or event. Students were asked to write an original poem or find a published poem they liked. Teachers then discussed the different ways of poems could be represented visually; iMovie, Prezi, animation, poster, collage. Most students chose to incorporate their analysis of the poem in their visual representation. The analysis allowed the students to show their understanding of techniques and themes and representing the poem visually allowed the students to express their understanding dramatically. The student’s visual representations showed a wide range of interesting perspectives. Julie Bain Head of English

primary school from the head of primary So many things have been happening at school lately, I have heard some parents say they wish school was like this for them! Actually, I have had those same thoughts. Special thanks go to Mrs Ruth Stuart who organised the Primary Performance Choir to attend the Harmony Day celebrations at the Botanic Gardens on Sunday. Mr Egan also supported the choir, we are very lucky to have such dedicated staff turn up on the weekends. Thanks to all the parents who brought their children, it was so lovely to see such a large group represent our school. The Year 5’s excursion to the Water Treatment Plant certainly opened some eyes. The students have a better understanding of what is treated, where it goes and why, and the science behind how these things work. Many thanks to GHD who sponsored our students to go, and many, many thanks to the people who were there to answer the myriad of (sensible) questions from our students.

Kindergarten Cocktail Evening Parents and Carers of Kindergarten students are invited to come and meet other parents and carers from Kindergarten with whom you will share the journey through BDC. Wednesday 26 March 5.30pm - 7.00pm In the new BDC Trade Training Centre Cost: $15 per head Please purchase tickets through the Activity Payments page on the BDC website. Closing date for tickets is 3pm on Tuesday 25 March.

Our commitment to becoming a healthier school has been helped again by the Eat it to Beat it presentation where parents were invited to hear some solutions to the constant questions of what to feed our kids. I was glad to see the mums who were interested, maybe next time some dads could come, too? Kindergarten parents, I know you would like a get together and next Wednesday is the perfect opportunity! Cocktails with Mr Ball at 5.30pm in the new Trade Training Centre. You will be taken for a tour of our fresh, new facility, as well as enjoying some delicious food prepared by our chef, Ben, and of course some fine wines to share. I would encourage you all to attend, to catch up with friends and make new ones, you will most likely be together in the journey with your Kindergarten student for the next 13 years. Bookings can be made via TryBooking. Go to the school website: http://www.bdc.nsw.edu.au/activity-payments to purchase tickets – only $15 each. If you would rather pay cash, you can drop into the accounts department any time. The Art for Well Being group have completed their paintings and how wonderful they look! Please drop into the library sometime, they are all on display for a little while and it is lovely to read about the journeys these bidding artists have been on.

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Parent/student/teacher interviews are taking place, thank you to everyone who has made an appointment. I am sure you will be happy to hear about your child’s learning. This is also an opportunity for you to share concerns you may have with your child’s class teacher. There are many other people at the school to support your child with any difficulties. We have wonderful counselling staff as well as Rev T, our chaplain, and Rev David, our Assistant Chaplain. We also have three teachers working in the Learning resource Centre (LRC), Mrs Curtin (K-2), Mrs O’Connor and Mrs Jeffs (3-6). Of course you can also contact Mrs Curtin (Junior School Coordinator) and Mr Galvin (Senior School Coordinator) or myself. Karin Lisle Assistant Principal (Head of Primary)

writer of the week Recount Writing by students in KL My Weekend My weekend was great. I played my iPad and I went to the Big Banana. By Oliver Bond My weekend was fun. I went to the Big Banana. I went on the water slide. By Bridee Ireland My weekend was fun. Bridee came to my house. By Marley Oxford Cats Are Better Pets Than Rats Everyone shows that cats are way better than those stinky, horrible rats. I can’t believe that people even bother to get rats as pets. Firstly, rats smell absolutely horrible. They live in sewers and disgusting environments. Do you really want these feral animals in your home? Wouldn’t you rather clean, non-smelly cats instead? Secondly, rats don’t live very long. Cats can live for 15 years and rats live for a year or two. I guarantee you wouldn’t want to clean up horrid, deceased corpses so often. Finally, rats attract fleas and other parasites to your home. All parasites carry organisms from their last host. This could be from your rat. This has caused millions of people to die from diseases like The Plague. This still happens with cats but not nearly as often. I know that you are convinced that rats are the worst pets ever and you should replace them with awesome cats. By Mitchell Maloney 5D Year 5 Watercycle Day - collaborative writing by 5D Year 5 went on an excursion to visit Karangi Dam, the Coffs Harbour Water Treatment Plant and the Coffs Harbour Water Reclamation Plant on Tuesday this week. At Karangi Dam, we learnt many new facts about Coffs Harbour’s water supply which has made us more aware and cautious of how we consume it. We realise that water is very valuable to us. At the Coffs Harbour Water Treatment Plant we learned so many things. Like how alum makes the dirt stick together in the water and about the eye wash that is used if people get chemicals in their eyes. We loved that. How about the UV lights? They were AWESOME because they kill almost all the bacteria. There was also a purple chemical that was added to reddish-coloured water to make it go clear. We learned that the plant works 24/7. At the Coffs Harbour Water Reclamation Plant we learned lots of interesting things. We learned that you take solids out of the waste. They are extending the plant because the one at Sawtell is closing down. They use 9-micron filters that are massive. One was out of use and was having maintenance done on it. We discovered that people flush many bits of weird things down the toilet or put them down the sink including mobile phones, wallets, plastic bags and A LOT OF TISSUES.

Musical Notes • If you would like to hear some of our talented music students, please tune into Star FM Friday mornings and listen to the Sami & Jay FridYay Live show. The students record 3 songs in the studio on Thursday afternoons, which are then aired on the radio on Friday morning after the 6.30, 7.30 and 8.30 news readings. Coming up we have: - Jailena Craig (Year 11) – Friday 28th March - Ben Allen (Year 12) – Friday 4th April - Max & Zali (Year 9) – Friday 11th April

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• T hank you and well done to the members of Monsoon, Henry Jacups, the Year 3 drama group and the Primary Performance Choir (at Harmony Day), for their wonderful performances this week. • Good luck to Van-Louie Willis (Yr 10) and his band The Heartless. If you are free this evening (Friday 21st March) they are the opening band for the Flying Giant EP Launch at the Hoey Moey. Tickets are $10 and doors open at 8:45pm. • Senior cello students at BDC are invited to a ‘Cello Masterclass with Leonard Elschenbroich at the Conservatorium on Thursday 27th March at 4.30pm – our very own Stephanie Egan will be performing for Leonard! • Primary Music Camp at the Coffs Coast Beach School Conference Centre in Bonville on 5th & 6th April is fast approaching. Permission notes are due back and payment is required before commencement of the camp. • Permission letters will be distributed to members of the Orchestra, Monsoon and the Concert Band this week for the Sunshine Coast Music Tour. It would be appreciated if these notes could be returned quickly so that billeting and final arrangements can get under way. • The instruments listed below are for sale by families who no longer use them – please ring the music office for further details or email megan@bdc.nsw.edu.au - Fontaine Alto Saxophone, brand new condition (only used for 6 months) $400 - EK Amadeus full size cello with Seitz bow, spare bow and soft case - $2,800. Will be available to try if you contact the music office. - Beginner student violin, full size, excellent condition $200 - Intermediate student violin, full size, Amore $500 - ½ size cello, excellent condition $300 Dale Condon Head of Music K-12

college sport Cycling Billy Ensby (Yr 10) travelled to Armidale last Sunday with the Coffs Harbour Cycle Club and Split Espresso Development team and competed in the Armidale Criterium. Billy competed strongly and placed 3rd in the Junior Division. Former student Emily Parkes (right) competed in the Women’s Open National XCE Mountain Bike Championships in Bright Victoria recently and had a stunning performance to finish 3rd. Congratulations to Em, and proud mum Helen!

Football The following students have been selected in the NCIS Football teams to compete at the CIS Championships in Sydney: Girls Primary Team: Boys Primary Team: Secondary Girls Team: Secondary Boys Team:

Chelsea Williams Charlie Alderman, Jonah Bedford, Alexis Gunther, Oliver Sharp, Thomas Sweeney, Robert Sullivan, Noah Oxley, Finlay Galvin. Holly Ide, Liana Hall, Pariss Rhodes, Naomi Law Jake Ashley, Tanner Drew.

Golf The Secondary Golf Championships will be held at Coffs Harbour Golf Club this coming Monday. A reminder that parents will need to drop students straight to the course in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon. The Primary Golf Championships are Years 5 and 6 students only and will be held at Pacific Bay Resort next Friday. Students will be taken by bus but parents can drop golf gear to the course if they wish. Permission notes need to be back to Mr Webber by Wednesday 26th March. Coffs Harbour Golf Club are running a Junior Girl Golf Development camp at the club this Saturday and Sunday, 22nd and 23rd March. It is open to all girls under the age of 18, regardless of ability. Clubs can also be provided if necessary.

UpComing Events March 24 March 26 March 27 March 28 April 3 April 4

BDC Secondary Golf Championships, CHGC Primary Girls CIS Football Championships, Sydney Primary CIS Swimming Championships, Sydney Girls Bill Turner Trophy, BDC 10.30am Primary Golf Champ’s (Year 5/6 only); Pacific Bay Secondary Rugby 7’s, Leisure Park Coffs Harbour Primary Boys CIS Football Championships, Sydney

Jim Webber Sports Administrator K-12

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21 March | 2014

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important dates and events 24 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 1-2 Apr 2 Apr 3 Apr 5-6 Apr

Secondary Golf Championships NSWNCIS Primary Swimming Carnival Kindergarten Parents Cocktail Evening Girls Football - Bill Turner Cup at BDC Whole School Photo Year 10 Parents Cocktail Evening Secondary Rugby 7’s BDC Music Camp

More on the College Calendar

Parents And Friends Mothers’ Day – Sunday 11 May Mothers’ Day is on the 11 May this year and the P&F will be holding their very popular primary Mother’s Day Stall on Thursday 8 May. For those new to the school, an email will be sent shortly with clear instructions on how you can order gift(s) for your mother, step-mum or carer. The cost per gift is $7 which will be payable on TryBooking, via the College Website. The day before the stall, class lists (with number of gifts ordered per child) will be distributed to class teachers and your child is able to select gift(s) from a range of items provided by the P&F. LEARNING DIFFERENCE CONVENTION Australia’s largest Event for Dyslexia & Learning Difficulties is being held at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Sydney from 6th to the 7th of August. There will be an AMAZING array of professionals speaking from ALL OVER THE WORLD. More expert knowledge, more workshops, more accessibility technology and more resources.

Year 10 Cocktail Evening Parents and Carers of Year 10 students are invited to come and meet other parents and carers from Year 10. Wednesday 2 April 5.30pm - 7.30pm In the new BDC Trade Training Centre Cost: $15 per head Please purchase tickets through the Activity Payments page on the BDC website. Closing date for tickets is 3pm on Tuesday 1 April.

Interested in attending? All Seminars are individually priced with tickets ranging from $30 to $50 each. AND, BDC and the BDC P&F Learning Differently Together Support Group are organising a bus and group accommodation for those interested in attending (bus & accommodation charges will apply). AMAZING, GREAT OPPORTUNITY AND SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE !!! See the attached page for a list of the talented speakers and their informative areas of speciality. If you are interested in coming on board the bus and need accommodation, please express your interest by sending a message to kozipavlova@gmail.com of your interest. For more information on the convention, check out http://www.learningdifferenceconvention.com Calling for Expressions of Interest! Want to be involved in your child’s schooling? The P&F currently have an email group that is often used to inform parents of upcoming P&F/College events, news, volunteer requests etc. You do not have to be a P&F member to be included, so if you want to help out every once in a while or just want to hear about upcoming events or information please email parentsandfriends@bdc. nsw.edu.au. Contact Us For more information, to view our Constitution or read our latest meeting minutes, click on “Our Community” then “Parents and Friends” on the College Website. We look forward to your support. President: Allan Williams 0408 332 082 akwillo@live.com.au P & F email: parentsandfriends@bdc.nsw.edu.au Next Meeting: Monday 19 May, 2pm, refreshments provided

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The Bishop Druitt College Parents and Friends Association is an organisation that supports the aims and objectives of the College. It does so through the promotion of fundraising, fellowship, friendship and fun.

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