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BISHOP DRUITT COLLEGE COFFS HARBOUR

Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

From The Principal

College News

It has been great to see the enthusiasm of students across the school in this first week back after holidays. Without breaking their stride, they have fallen back into the routine of school. Over the vacation, 18 students from Years 10-12 went to Italy on a study tour. Whilst away, Mr Bennett maintained a blog ‘bdcromeifyouwantto’. Those of us with a memory of the 90’s will appreciate the B-52s reference. The blog is still online, so you might wish to have a look at the adventure our students had. Those students I have spoken to report a fabulous tour. Many thanks to Ms Kiemski and Mr Bennett for their willing support of this tour. The floor for the Branson Centre will start to be poured on Monday – the final stage of its preparation for student access at the start of June. Yesterday, I walked around the facility, and was pleased to see that the retractable nets and backboards were being installed. Thank you to the many families, businesses and individuals who have already bought a brick or chosen to be Foundation Sponsors of the Branson Centre. The ‘Buy a Brick’ campaign will run all term. Please contact Reception if you have lost your ‘Buy a Brick’ form, or go to the Events tab of the College website to download a form. Whilst on leave last week, I was very pleased when Mr Egan told me that over 100 of our students attended the ANZAC Day march in Coffs Harbour. The whole school ANZAC service held on Monday reinforced for our students the importance of ANZAC Day in the Australian psyche. Mr Heskett was our guest speaker. Having a war veteran speak to our student body gave particular resonance to the message of respect for the sacrifice of those who served overseas. Congratulations this week to: • Naomi Howe (10), Lachlan O’Reilly (9) and Ryan Beckett (10) all competed at the Australian Surf Lifesaving Titles at Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast. Lachlan and Ryan made the board relay final and came 9th, while Ryan also made the board and ironman final and came 4th in the board and 12th in the ironman. • Rebecca Black (9) has made the NSW U16s Basketball team to play in the National Championships in South Australia in July. Rebecca is the only player on the North coast to make the team. • Luke Corlis (11) has been selected in the NSW Cricket U17s Academy squad after successfully trialling in Sydney. Luke was one of two players from the north coast to make the team. • Madeleine Gough (8) won two bronze medals at the CIS Swimming Championships in Sydney this week, in the 100 and 400m freestyle. Madeleine also competed at the National Age Swimming Championships in Adelaide in April. She finished 12th in the 800m freestyle and 15th in the 400m freestyle events. • Well done, too, to these girls in Year 10: Rachel Erlandsen, Courtney Robinson, Lara Martyn-France, Lily Batley, Clare Brauer, Kate Lowe, Gracie Hemer, Alice O’Shea, Niamh Short, Ursula Cooper, Naomi Howe, Jesse Robinson, Anneliese Schoeffel-Weber, Chloe Brewster, and Sarah Morison, who have been doing wonderful work in the Relay For Life Charity, having already raised $10,878.75. You can sponsor them here: http://relay.cancercouncil.com.au/2013/coffs_harbour_2013/Just-Keep-Walking • Josh Lean (12) and Laura Hallen (12), who have both been accepted as GAP students to St John’s School, Leatherhead in England. They will spend a year at St John’s after they finish Year 12. Emily Robertson (12) has also been accepted as a GAP student to Strathallan School in Perthshire, Scotland in 2014. A busy holiday for some! Principal’s App of the week: MyScript Calculator Alan Ball Principal

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Welcome to Term 2! I am always delighted to see the reactions of students towards one another after the holidays. How they greet one another reminds me of family when they haven’t seen someone in a while. It’s so good to be back amongst some very happy children and staff and it warms my heart to see the blessing that a simple smile can make to the life of another. We started Term 2 with an ANZAC service remembering the fallen and paying respect to the returned service men and women from all wars. As an Australian I am so grateful to these brave men and women who have served our country and to those who still continue to serve today by serving in the Australian Defence Forces thus ensuring all Australians the freedom to live in peace. I wonder, do we value the peace that we seem to take so freely in Australia and in the western world in general? As I watch the nightly news about our community, our country and the world in which we live it is anything but peaceful as they bring stories filled with horrific events such as violence, murder, bombings, terrorism and neighbour against neighbour. May we remember those affected by the recent bombing in Boston.

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Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

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Can it be that we are so insular that we only think of ourselves in a time where there is much to do to restore our world and to provide sustenance for future generations? How can we continue to honour the ANZACS and help to make our country a place of peace for evermore? I hope that through these words you can find help and comfort in times of turbulence. “Jesus came that you may have a life filled with hope; that you may have a life filled with joy; that you may have a life filled with peace; that you may have a life filled with love; Jesus came that you may have a truly abundant life!” This morning a small group of parents came together to pray for our College, students and parents and the continuing goodness that evolves through our Christian vision and values. Of course we pray in general terms for all of our community that the Spirit of God may refresh us. Our next gathering for prayer is on the 31 May in my office at 9 a.m. If you are able to join us please contact me on 66515644 ext 261 and if you have any prayer requests please let me know in person, phone or email. I can assure you that privacy will be upheld and no names will be used but you will be covered in pray for as long as you need it. Please don’t ever underestimate the power of prayer. Throughout our journey may we grow and reap the good harvest as we too discover Jesus together. Peace Rev Marion Tanfield Chaplain

secondary school from the head of secondary Anzac Day Thank you to all students and staff who took time out of their holiday to represent the College at the Coffs Harbour Dawn Service, the march and morning service. It was fantastic to see you all looking smart in the College uniform. Thank you to all students who represented BDC at various other services around the district too. I have included some photographs thanks to Wendy Smith.

BYOT is here! After many months of preparation, research, trials and hard work, the College BYOT program is in full swing. Students have started to embrace the opportunity to bring their own technology to school and use it to enhance their learning in the classroom. Students and parents need to be familiar with two particular policies that govern the use of these devices. They are provided here as a link, but they are the Electronic Device Policy and the ICT Network and Internet Policy. http://www.bdc.nsw.edu.au/assets/pdf/Policies/Electronic_Device_ Policy.pdf http://www.bdc.nsw.edu.au/assets/pdf/Policies/ICT_Network_ Internet_Use_Policy.pdf I have included some photos of BYOT at work with Ms Colman’s Year 9 Geography class – they were enjoying the opportunity to use their devices to assist their learning! Winter uniform will commence on Tuesday June 4. This means that all students in Years 7-11 require ties and blazers every Tuesday through Friday until the end of Term 3. Please organize the purchase of these items in tie for this date. Year 12 students have the option of the College blazer or their commemorative jacket. Blazers/Jackets must be worn to and from school, during classes and for all assemblies and official functions during this time. College photos will take place on Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 June, so please ensure that your children are ready for these with all uniform requirements. Tim Egan Assistant Principal (Head of Secondary)

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BISHOP DRUITT COLLEGE COFFS HARBOUR

Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

College News

Student Environment Club The Student Environment Group had its first meeting for Term 2 this week and the students have returned from holidays refreshed and brimming with enthusiasm for the weeks ahead. Another fundraiser is planned for later in the term as we work toward the target required for the installation of a water refill station. As the ideas flowed at Wednesday’s meeting it became apparent that the students are keen to connect their environmental enthusiasm with issues in their wider community. In particular, the students are interested in linking with community groups such as CoastCare and organising a beach clean-up day later in the year (stay tuned). It really is so inspiring to be associated with these passionate and motivated young people. Friend of the Environment will be holding a school vegetable patch planting and combined social gathering after school in the coming weeks. All interested parents, friends and helpers will be welcome to attend. Details to follow soon. Brett Bennett and Rosey Lang Student Environment Group

Visual Arts Last term year 7 students explored the complexities of using colour to communicate meaning, feelings and cultural concepts in their artwork. The assessment involved drawing and painting a wooden mannequin to illustrate their knowledge and skill with light and shade as well as complimentary colours. The following is a lovely examples of this task. Rebecca Brown Visual Arts Faculty

languages Japan Tour We are extremely pleased to be taking such a large group of dedicated Japanese students to Japan with us this September-October! For all 19 students participating in the tour, your home stay profile forms are now overdue. We need them to match you with a suitable host family in Toyama. You are also reminded to bring in a copy of your passport as soon as you have it. Coffs Harbour City Council Exchange with Sasebo City At the end of last term, we were contacted by Coffs Harbour City Council to invite us to participate in this year’s exchange program with Sasebo City, Nagasaki Prefecture this year. We can therefore offer to three of our students the opportunity to host a student from Japan for about a week this August, and in return to travel to Japan to stay with their counterpart’s family in December of this year. This exchange is most suited to students in Years 8 and 9 who are currently studying Japanese. The cost of this trip is generously subsidised by Coffs Harbour City Council. Application Forms will be given to students in their Japanese classes and should be returned to Mr Grace by the end of week 2. Successful applicants will be notified by week 4. Lyon Exchange Congratulations to Conlan Brehaut and Alexander Stafford who will be participating in an exchange with students from Centre Scolaire Aux Lazaristes, Lyon, France this year. Conlan and Alex’s families will be hosting French students Maxence and Alexandre from the end of this month and will be jetting off to France themselves during Term 4. Students in Years 8 and 9 French should keep in mind that opportunities such as these might be available to them as they continue their French studies. Language Perfect World Championships - 20 May Language students don’t forget to log onto Language Perfect to continue learning your vocabulary. The World Championships start on May 20, with prizes to be won and school pride at stake. Schools around the world compete to answer the most questions and memorise their vocabulary at the same time. Coffs Harbour’s very own John Paul College is a past winner of this trophy - let’s not let them walk away with it again! Talk to your language teacher for more information. Katherine Wyndham Head of Languages Faculty

Term 2 sport What a fantastic start we had to Term 2 Sport. In the last week of term, all students from Years 7-10 played House Sport against each other in Volleyball. All students were involved and demonstrated some different volleyball techniques that made Mr Kitcher cringe. In Term 2 all students will be given the opportunity to trial for the Athletics Carnival. Week 1: All Year 7 will go to trials at Toormina Oval. Week 2: All Year 8 will go to trials at Toormina Oval. Week 3: Any students in Year 9 and 10 can choose to go Athletics trials if they want the change to compete at the College Carnival later this term. This term is only a very short term. Students were given the opportunity to change sports the last two weeks of Term 1, so there will be no more changes for this term. There are both representative and recreational sports running this term across different locations, and utilising community sports groups. Students have the chance to experience a variety of sports this term and I hope the great weather stays with us. Kellie Reinhold TIC Monday Sport

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BISHOP DRUITT COLLEGE COFFS HARBOUR

3 May | 2013

primary school

College News

from the head of primary The new term has begun and we are ‘all steam ahead.’ Thank you to the parents who brought their children to the ANZAC Day march, what a wonderful turn out. The children’s behaviour was outstanding and I was very proud of them all. I am so pleased with the way students are enjoying school. We have six new enrolments this term and they have all been welcomed by our friendly students and made to feel part of the BDC Community. If your child does not appear happy, please let their teacher know, as Pastoral Care is our core business and we believe that if children are happy at school their learning will follow. I have sent an email to all parents regarding a program we have been offered called “FastForWord”. This is a program that can help specific children who are having problems with their learning but can also assist students to develop their learning further, especially in reading. It is an online course that can be used at school and at home. If you are interested, please read the flyer thoroughly. We are starting to prepare half yearly reports and you need to be aware of some changes to the reporting structure this year. Reports will be sent via email to the last email address parents have given us. If you are reading this newsletter, we do have your correct email address. I would ask you remember to keep the school updated with any changes in circumstances. As a staff we are working on preparing Digital Portfolios to be sent home at the end of the year. This is a learning curve for all of us but a very exciting time. Work samples that have been completed this semester will be sent home separately at the end of Term 2. Some people have asked why diaries are not being issued this term. Teachers were given the choice if they wished to continue with a diary or communicate with parents via email. Most felt that email was more direct and less prone to getting lost. If you wish to have a diary please let your teacher know as this can be easily arranged. Just a reminder that students should not be at school until 8.15am. There is no one to supervise before this time in the playground and we are concerned for the safety of every child. As there have been quite a number of children arriving before this time, we have opened Before School Care in The Hub. This starts at 7.15am and a light breakfast is served. The cost for this service is $10 per morning, which can be claimed as part of the childcare rebate. If your child is at school before 8.15am they will be sent to Before School Care and you will be charged for this service. Have a great weekend. Karin Lisle Assistant Principal (Head of Primary)

grade of the week - Year 4 Abel Tasman Abel Tasman was born in 1603 and died in 1659. Abel Tasman and his family lived in Lutjegast in the Netherlands. Tasman had a wife called Claejie Heyndricks and they had a baby girl call Claesgen. Abel Tasman was a sea explorer. He travelled on sea to find new islands. After Abel Tasman died Van Diemen’s Land was later named after him. Abel Tasman grew up in the Netherlands. He was a Dutch navigator and an explorer, a sea explorer in fact. Abel Tasman had lots of major achievements. He was the first European who discovered Tasmania and New Zealand on November 24th 1642 while on voyages, and claimed Van Diemen’s Land. He was employed by the Dutch East India Company in 1631. When he discovered Tasmania and New Zealand he went back and told the Dutch East India Company he found new lands and they could explore. Abel Tasman is in our history because he discovered new lands, most importantly, Tasmania and New Zealand. By Layla Grant 4H

Juliette Oliver, Olivia Blythe & Sarah O’Connor with their British Colonisation board game.

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Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

Musical Notes

College News

Australian Youth Orchestra Young Symphonist’s program and concert During the first week of the Term 1 school holidays Edward Condon participated in the Australian Youth Orchestra Young Symphonist’s Program held in Orange, under the musical direction of Mr Richard Gill OAM. The concert on Saturday 13 April at the Kinross Wolaroi School was an outstanding success and showcased the talents of the finest young musicians from around Australia. Here is a photograph of Edward and Richard Gill at the concert.

Jazz Workshop (a report by Mr Santo Cimino) On Saturday 20 April (in the middle of the holidays) a Jazz workshop was held for members of BDC’s Monsoon and other musicians by invitation. The purpose of the workshop was to give budding jazz musicians a method of approaching an improvised solo and memorising the form and chord changes as an added bonus. The following description may be slightly technical…we started by playing the tonic note of each chord in the song, and then played the guide tones of each chord. Next, we played the arpeggios, a four-note pattern and a variation of the pattern…all of these being played over the entire song many times. The musicians played together and individually. Towards the end of the workshop each student had to spontaneously create a solo using the material we had learnt and some wonderful ideas were heard from each person. At this point I thought we had done enough and asked if the participants wanted to call it a day. They however wanted to keep going and asked to learn the melody of the song, which we did by ear. Thank you to the following for being so enthusiastic and giving up a day of their holidays: Harry Buchanan - Guitar, Gaelan Parnell – Trumpet, Fraser Tankel - Alto Saxophone, Tom Tuohy - Tenor Saxophone, Dan Williams - Piano And two future members of Monsoon: Jacob Egan – Guitar, Julia Magri – Double Bass A special thank you to Liz Jamison who offered her magnificent music room as a venue for the workshop.

Avison Quartet supporting the community The Avison String Quartet performed recently at the function “Stories from the Other Side” at the Bunker Gallery in Coffs Harbour. The event was supporting: the Manhattan Project, which raises money for women and children affected by war, whilst trying to change the cultural acceptance of war; and Sanctuary Australia, which supports refugee families coming to Australia. My thanks the members of the Avison Strings Quartet: Jennessa Mok, Charlotte Bedford, Sereima Caldwell, London Hawke and to Ms Louise Ray.

Support Earn & Learn 2013! Woolworths Earn & Learn program is back! Shop at Woolworths and ask for your “earn & learn” stickers. You will be given one Woolworths Earn & Learn Point for every $10 you spend. We will then be able to redeem these for fantastic new educational resources. You can drop your sheets or stickers in at the Music Office; the drop-off box is just outside the office doors.

Australian Girls’ Choir Visit This outstanding vocal group will be arriving in Coffs Harbour late afternoon on Sunday 14 July until Wednesday 17 July. We are still in the planning stage, but I am seeking support from our community to assist with billeting girls in pairs for 3 nights. Click on the link below for an example of the work of the Australian Girls’ Choir! http://www.ausgirlschoir.com.au/Book-agc/Event-Organisers Dale Condon Head of Music K-12

college sport Futsal The Coffs Coast Futsal Championships are on Monday May 6 for 14’s, 16’s and Open teams. The draw has changed, meaning students must make their own way to Sportz Central at Bray St and home again. Finals are not expected to finish until 5.00pm. The cost will be $30 per player and can be paid via Try Booking on the College website. Payment and permission notes must be made by Monday morning.

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Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

College News

NCIS Touch Football Championships This is an overnight activity and will be held again at Murwillumbah on the North Coast. Teams will take the bus from BDC at 4.00pm on Tuesday May and travel to Dunes on Shelley at East Ballina. We will leave for Murwillumbah early Wednesday morning ready for the start of competition at 9.00am. The bus will arrive back at the College at approximately 7.00pm but students will contact parents on the way home with a more accurate ETA. Payment for this activity must be made via Try Booking on the College website prior to Wednesday May 8.

AFL Swans Cup This is our first major competition against other schools within the Coffs Coast, since the successful introduction of AFL to the NCIS calendar. Our 16’s boys team will be playing against other teams from the Coffs Coast at Leisure Park on Tuesday May 7 aiming to qualify for the Regional Finals at BCU Stadium on Wednesday June 5. All permission notes must be returned and payments made via Try Booking on the College website by Tuesday May 7.

Girls Bill Turner Trophy The girls Under 15 team played their first Bill Turner match against Orara High last Wednesday, after being postponed in Term 1. It was an extremely polished performance by our girls who have not yet played together this year, finishing with a convincing win 7-0. Every player in the team played well and made an important contribution to the result. Our next match is a home game against Bellingen, on Friday May 17 at 10.00am. I look forward to seeing some parents and supporters there to cheer the girls on.

Rugby A fantastic opportunity has come about for our Primary Rugby 7’s boys to compete at the regional championships held in Kempsey next Tuesday. Our boys missed out qualifying by the narrowest of margins at the 7’s tournament in Term 1, but have been given an opportunity to play due to the withdrawal of another team. The boys will travel to Kempsey by bus early on Tuesday morning with Mrs Hilton and Mr Oxley, and return in the afternoon. Friday night Junior Rugby will commence Friday May 17.

Trinity Grammar Visit - Week 8 While this may seem a long way off, I can assure you that time will pass very quickly and week 8 will be upon us! Trinity Grammar is making the North Coast pilgrimage again in 2013, and their Primary Football and Rugby teams will arrive on Tuesday June 18 and leave Thursday June 20. They will require billets for both their teams again for two nights, so I am putting this out as early as I can to get expressions of interest to take billets. I will ask parents of the players in both teams first and then anyone else who would like to help out. If you are interested in taking a billet please send me an email as soon as possible. We would like parents to take two students if possible as it makes it much easier for the boys staying in unfamiliar surroundings if they have a friend with them. Jim Webber Sports Administrator K-12

college community important dates and events 8 May

Junior Primary Cross Country NCIS Touch Football 14-16 May NAPLAN Year 8 Mathematics Challenge Day in Armidale - selected students 17 May College Open Day 21 May

out of school hours care We would like to welcome you back to Term 2 and hope you have all enjoyed your holidays. These holidays OSHC staff and kids got to do some very exciting activities and got to go on cool excursions. The highlight of these holidays included Disco Night where children had a blast dancing to there favourite music and sharing stories. Master Chef day was also a hit, children got to make their own fried rice and yummy biscuits. This week we have been getting back into our OSHC program and children have been creating their own dress up games and making great use of the Basketball hoop. As a request from on of our students we will be participating in “Science Week” next week, we will be trying out some new experiments and hope to see you there. To make a booking for after school care please notify Marielos on 02 66517400 or send an email to murrutia@bdc.nsw.edu.au. Booking forms for Term 1 are now avaible on the OSHC Website.

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Issue # 12 3 May | 2013

College News

Parents And Friends Mother’s Day – Sunday, 12th May 2013 Don’t forget Mother’s Day is on Sunday, 12 May and the P&F will be holding their very popular Mother’s Day stall on Wednesday, 8 May. If you would like your child/children to be able to choose a gift for their mother, step-mum, guardian or Nan, please book your gift(s) on TryBooking, via the College Website before Monday 6th May to avoid running out of gifts on the day. Dyslexia Interest/Support Group We are having another get together next Monday 13 May at 10am. Come along for cup of coffee and a chat at the Rainforest Café. Anyone with an interest in Dyslexia and BDC is welcome. Any queries please contact Susan Robertson on 0414 343 027 or sue-mal@bigpond.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. Next P&F Meeting – Monday 20 May, 6.30pm Don’t forget our next meeting is on Monday 20 May at 6.30pm in the Senior Common Room. We will be voting on the proposal to hand over the Canteen Management from the P&F to the College. Please come along for information and discussion about the College and upcoming events, refreshments provided. 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 0 4 0 8 332 082 akwillo@live.com.au P & F email: parentsandfriends@ bdc.nsw.edu.au Next Meeting: 20 May 2013, 6.30pm in the Senior Common Room - refreshments provided 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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3 May | 2013

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