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Y O B E H T G N CELEBRATI 10 G N I N R A E L D TE ACH ING AN 64 P S I R T L A R U T L U C D N A S T R O SP 118 BGS GRAMMARIAN 2017 EDITOR IN CHIEF

Nicci Dodanwela CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

Natalie van Wetering

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CONTRIBUTORS

Michele Fisher BGS Staff ART DIRECTION & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ross Donnan www.rossdonnan.com Hayley Kringas www.coderedcreative.com.au ILLUSTRATION

João Neves www.instagram.com/nevesman/ PRODUCTION SUPPORT

Natalie van Wetering PRINTING

Penny Crocker, Asia Pacific Offset CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHY

Dr Andrew Lee Photography SchoolPix Photography BGS Boys and staff

Y T N I U M M C O B GS 262 S O T O P H L A I C F I OF


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PASTORAL CARE 154 YEAR By YEAR 250 BGS CREATIVITY

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JANUARY The Year 12 cohort comes together as a whole for the first and last time this year to scale ‘The Big Fella’, Mount Bogong.

MAY The BGS Senior Big Band and Intermediate Stage Band perform, and attend concerts and workshops by world-class musicians, at Generations in Jazz in Mount Gambier.

APRIL Two 99-year-old Old Boys (Jim Poynter and David Madden, both from the class of 1934) reunite at the BGS ANZAC Service after 75 years.

FEBRUARY BGS wins 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 10A VIII races at the Henley on the Yarra rowing regatta – a clean sweep!

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MARCH Eight Year 10 boys attend the Youth Grantmakers Forum at the Melbourne Town Hall, meeting their mentors and beginning their philanthropic journeys.

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JUNE A group of Year 6 boys visits Milikapiti School on the Tiwi Islands, spending time in classrooms and learning about the local landscape.

JULY Former AFL footballer Wayne Schwass speaks about his battle with depression and the importance of mental wellbeing at a parent seminar.

AUGUST Young business entrepreneur Holly Ransom gives Middle and Senior School boys four challenges, including: Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.

SEPTEMBER BGS and FGS musicians combine to produce molto crescendo, a magnificent display of classical and contemporary music, at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

OCTOBER A Year 9 BGS team competes in the F1 in Schools state finals, achieving the School’s best results ever.

NOVEMBER The Year 8 iDesign competition generates some indispensable ideas, including a homeless bike trailer, and some covetable products (we love the fish tank TV).

DECEMBER This little angel, among many others, appears in the ELC Christmas Pageant. We could not resist.

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P I H S R A SCHOL G N I S I A R D FUN Something magical happened at BGS back in June. Through the use of a new crowdfunding platform, we raised an amazing $424,678 in just 24 hours – more than doubling our original target of $200,000, and more than doubling the number of people in our community who supported last year’s campaign. To the ‘matchers’ in our community who supported the Annual Appeal at the highest level, and to the 427 staff, students, parents, Old Boys, sponsors and friends who gave on the day, a sincere thank you. Your overwhelming support and your embrace of our innovative approach to this year’s appeal has enabled us to offer a further two means-tested scholarships. Two boys who would not otherwise have had the opportunity to attend BGS will now be able to do so, thanks to the amazing generosity of our community. The spirit of giving is certainly alive and well at BGS!

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s y o B g n i d n a t s r Unde By now, you’ve probably heard of Understanding Boys – the BGS-run blog that enables us to share our boy-centric knowledge, expertise, experiences and thoughts with the world. We hope it’s become your go-to resource for all things related to raising your son. We also hope you’ve noticed that the blog has become a huge success. Parents of boys are flocking to join the Understanding Boys community – our followers have doubled over the past year to a massive 60,000. Understanding Boys sources articles from respected experts who champion, celebrate and support boys. We also make good use of our in-house experts. Many talented BGS teachers and staff take time out of their busy schedules to share their insights and experiences on the blog (something our Understanding Boys editor Bec is extremely grateful for!) We’d be grateful for your support too. If you’re not already a UB devotee, we’d love you to help us share our BGS values and vision with the world. Join the Understanding Boys family via Facebook or subscribe at www. understandingboys.com.au.

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BGS bloggers hall of fame A big thank you to the following teachers and staff who shared their expertise on Understanding Boys in 2017: Meg Adem Pauline Anthony Amelia Barrow Dick Bartlett Kate Casey Claire Clarke Travis Hopgood Sophie Keele Raelene Plozza Paul Stewart Dr Ray Swann Naomi Tham Olivia Tims Peter Whitehead Danielle Wolff


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7 1 0 2 f o s t s o p TOP 5 blog From tips on talking to your teen to preschool priorities, these five posts really resonated with Understanding Boys readers:

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The simple way to connect with your son

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Listening to your son: how to get it right

What should a 4-year-old know?

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The r e h t w o Cr Centre We have had three areas of focus at the Crowther Centre this year. First, we have continued to deepen our understanding of how to teach boys better, and to put this into practice. Our new Director of Staff, Mark Dowley, has had a very positive impact by working through coaching programs with staff. Through our research, we have developed further the idea of ‘what it is to be an Effective Learner’, and continue to implement this model with all boys in Junior, Middle and Senior Schools. (The model appears opposite.) The data and research team has developed our capacity to better identify and track how your son is progressing through School. This has included further revisions to how we collect and, importantly, act upon benchmark testing like NAPLAN and Allwell. Our data does not define the boys, but it does provide a map for teaching staff to track and understand how the boys are learning.

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Finally, our capacity to improve learning outcomes continues to be enhanced through our relationships with external experts. This year, we ran and evaluated the first Rites of Passage father/son camp with Dr Arne Rubenstein. The prefects continued to collaborate directly with international bestselling author James Kerr to build our School culture. Once again, we hosted an international researchED conference at which education expert John Hattie was the keynote speaker. Christian Machar and I presented at the International Boys’ Schools Coalition Regional Conference about the Legacy Project and the importance of a sense of identity and belonging at school. Dr Ray Swann PhD Head of Senior School, Director of the Crowther Centre


Crowther Centre

Visible learning for boys Building Effective Learners

I am ready to learn Lea rn in

I seek, act upon and give feedback Learning Dispositions • I am prepared (mentally and physically) • I have a growth mindset to learning and am prepared to be courageous • I know why I’m learning • I know positive relationships with my peers and teacher will help me learn

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AN EFFECTIVE LEARNER

I know where I am, where I am going and what my next steps are

I know how to learn Learning Architecture • I can articulate and will act on my next learning steps • I am purposeful in my learning and this helps my life • I understand the link and am committed to achieving the LI & SC

Learning Processes

Feedback

• I know that learning requires effort and persistence

• I know why feedback is important and how to use feedback effectively

• I have many strategies to help me learn and know how to use them • I understand that my learning could be surface level, deep level or transferred to other contexts

• I actively seek feedback • I give meaningful feedback to my peers and teachers

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Business and Support Services

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R E T S A M D A E H THE This year I have been privileged to host 20 Headmaster’s Tours for prospective BGS families. These tours provide me with the opportunity to glimpse the many different learning activities going on across the School at any one time, to showcase new building works and upgraded facilities, and to talk about all that is happening at the School. Each tour is a reminder for me of the breadth and depth of the programs run at BGS, and our unwavering commitment to providing a stimulating and challenging (yet supportive) environment in which every boy can be the best version of himself. Much has been achieved this year across the School. In particular, it is rewarding to see all of our boys striving to get the most out of themselves in the classroom, on the stage, in the outdoors, in the playground and on the sporting field. In 2017, we continued to focus on making the learning experience as clear as possible for the boys. From ELC through to VCE, we implemented the Building Effective Learners model, based on the work of education researcher Professor John Hattie and his Visible Learning framework. This framework is at the forefront of everything our teachers and students undertake, and ensures we are teaching students how to learn, rather than simply what to learn. Our VCE results for 2016 and this year’s NAPLAN results were strong – an indicator that our emphasis on academics, alongside the implementation of the Visible Learning framework, is having a positive effect. We look forward to congratulating this year’s VCE students on their results.

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Through our research hub, the Crowther Centre, we entered a partnership with the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education (MGSE). This partnership guarantees that BGS remains a leader in understanding and practising education. It will also help us further develop the ‘BGS Way’, a vision initiated by George Henry Crowther when he founded a school based on the art and science of teaching boys. Through our collaboration with Dr Arne Rubinstein and programs such Rites of Passage and Young Warriors, our students continued to explore positive masculinity and what it means to be a successful man in the 21st century. We know from research that students with high levels of wellbeing are more likely to achieve high academic results, have better mental health, and live a more responsible, socially connected lifestyle. Wellbeing and awareness of mental health issues remained high on our agenda this year. We ran a Positive Parenting Program, heard from various speakers, and hosted information nights on our approach to mindfulness. There’s nothing better, on a Headmaster’s Tour, than happening upon a class of high-energy boys enjoying a few mindful moments in silence and stillness. This year’s Grammarian records the highlights of 2017; I hope you enjoy reliving them in these pages. My thanks to students, staff and parents for your efforts this year and for your ongoing support.

Ross Featherston Headmaster


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L O O H C S R O I SEN ‘What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Senior School has flourished under the leadership of Ben Durkin, Branko Skocic and Oli Barden, with unprecedented student voice and cultural development. Commencing with the Big Fella Camp, the Year 12 cohort came together in exploration of the four major archetypes that underpin a successful person – the warrior, the wizard, the caregiver and the sage, and returned from the mountain with a challenge to ‘join the dance’. This year, we have seen student-led initiatives, assemblies and chapels, all characterised by humour, wit and intelligence.

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Across our programs, the boys have demonstrated remarkable development. On the sporting field, team members showed great strength of character and learnt what it means to have high standards. During outdoor education programs – particularly the inaugural Rites of Passage program – the boys showed leadership and developed insight into healthy masculinity. We were also treated to incredible dramatic performances and musical concerts, with each providing an opportunity to test and develop character. It was pleasing to see the further progress of the Wellbeing Committee this year and a sense of developing the ‘care-giver’ within. This was significant for the boys, who chose to prioritise their physical, social and mental health and wellbeing, in order to develop into young men who embrace diversity.

The boys seized a number of wonderful co-curricular opportunities, from debating and chess to Student Council and others, with many great stories of achievement. It has been my pleasure to work with such talented colleagues to lead our students in what has been a very exciting and successful year for the Senior School. I wish to congratulate the boys on their efforts and thank staff and parents for their continued support and involvement.

Dr Ray Swann PhD Head of Senior School, Director of the Crowther Centre


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L O O H C S E L D MID Education in the middle years responds to the physical, psychological, social, emotional and cognitive changes and challenges that characterise early adolescence. It aims to build solid foundations and habits that will hold boys in good stead for the rest of their educational journey and beyond.

Teaching and learning Our teaching and learning program aims to engage, motivate and help boys understand what an effective learner looks like. Learning intentions and success criteria have been an important plank in this journey and when visiting classrooms, it is evident that our boys know what they are learning, why they are learning it, how they will know they have learnt it and what their next steps should be. A shift to focusing on progress has also been significant, with boys receiving datarich feedback that is individualised and targeted. Increased attention on academics is having a positive impact as evidenced by our excellent NAPLAN results and the staff have done an amazing job inspiring and supporting boys with their learning.

Pastoral Last year’s introduction of the House merit system has been a significant factor in encouraging the boys to show allegiance to their House, while also clarifying our expectations of the

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boys’ behaviour and learning habits. The Pastoral Team have continued this great work throughout the year with the important addition of an Academic Care period at the end of the school day. During this period, the boys come together and meet with their House Tutors to focus on the ‘five Cs’: control, composure, commitment, coordination and confidence. Research has shown that these elements create academic buoyancy, provide boys with the opportunity to build resilience and ensure that they are motivated and engaged in their learning.

Opportunities At BGS, boys are constantly encouraged to explore as many opportunities as possible in order to broaden their horizons and discover their passion. Sport, music and drama are pillars of our co-curricular offerings and there have been some incredible achievements in these areas throughout 2017. Debating, chess, iDesign, Student Voice and the Charity Committee are just a few of the many activities on offer to our boys. Every

one of these opportunities gives the boys a chance to make a positive contribution to the culture of the School. It has been most gratifying to see so many boys presenting about their activities in assembly with such a sense of pride and honour, and in such a confident and articulate manner. I would like to acknowledge the work of our student leaders, who have made a significant contribution to the School culture this year. The Middle Years represent an important and challenging phase of a boy’s educational journey. It has been a privilege and an honour to lead an incredible team of staff whose passion, commitment and dedication has been nothing short of inspirational.

Jeremy Martin Head of Middle School


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L O O H C S R O I JUN When I reflect on 2017 in the Junior School, the world ‘consolidation’ comes to mind. We have seen consolidation – both physical and conceptual – in many areas and this has had an extremely positive impact on the experience of our boys.

been extended into the Middle School this year, with BGS families and teachers welcoming two students from the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS).

The sequential Outdoor Education program at BGS is the envy of many independent schools. This year, for the first time, the ELC was incorporated into the program, providing our boys with the chance to participate in journeys through a variety of locations and landscapes. ‘The journey’ is also a key concept in the Year 4 Young Warriors program, led by Dr Arne Rubinstein, and the Year 6 Father and Son Rafting Adventure. These are the sorts of experiences the boys remember forever and I’m grateful for the effort the Outdoor Education staff put into planning and implementing the program.

I am particularly impressed by the consolidation and collaboration demonstrated by the Year 6 cohort, which has had its challenges in the past. The Year 6s have made significant progress this year, stepping up to take on leadership opportunities and provide role models for our younger boys. Their attitude in the playground and the way they have cared for their Prep and Year 1 buddies has been pleasing. The boys combined with Firbank to put on the musical Beauty and the Beast Jr; the audience was impressed with their professionalism and talent. A group of Year 6 students also arranged a team to participate in the Relay for Life. They ran overnight to complete more than 200 km as a team and to raise in excess of $7000 for the Cancer Council.

We consolidated the Indigenous experiences available to the boys this year by increasing the number of students able to participate. Eight Year 6 boys travelled to Milikapiti, on Melville Island, alongside some Year 6 girls from Firbank. We have also developed a relationship with Pormpuraaw, on the Cape York Peninsula, and in August we welcomed eight boys to BGS, who joined our friends from Milikapiti. In 2018, it is our intention to send boys to Milikapiti and Pormpuraaw. We are also delighted that the Indigenous experience has

Junior School students enter a variety of competitions over the course of the year. In 2017, we had excellent results, including a number of medallists. Congratulations to James Tan for his perfect score in the Maths Olympiad and to Thomas Dunne, who received a perfect score in the ICAS Maths. These results reflect the individual talent and the academic focus and gains the whole School has made over the last couple of years. In particular, this year’s Year 5 students have made outstanding progress, according to NAPLAN results, since they were in Year 3.

We have also had a number of high achievers in sport – see page 158 for those boys who competed in state and national competitions. Refurbishment of the learning spaces has facilitated the consolidation of the Upper Primary team. These new spaces and facilities enable our staff to more effectively implement the Visible Learning approach now being used throughout the School. There was great excitement at the beginning of Term 4, when the refurbished Library, Music and Learning Support spaces were opened for use. We are now 12 months into a three-year refurbishment plan; the Lower Primary area will be ready for the beginning of the 2018 school year. The redeveloped cricket nets, to which funds were donated by the Junior Parents’ Group, have received a workout this year, during PE classes, APS sports competitions, Share Community Campus programs and lunchtimes. It’s great to see our new facilities being used and enjoyed so thoroughly. Thank you to all members of the Junior School community for your contributions to ensure the success of 2017.

Peter Tellefson Deputy Headmaster, Head of Junior School GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Significant progress has been made in a number of areas during 2017, particularly in building projects, partnerships, and ICT and data.

Building projects Development in the Junior School continued, with several projects commencing and being completed over the course of the year. • The upper primary classrooms and specialist teaching spaces were added for the new school year, while existing upper primary rooms were refurbished. • The Junior School creek natural playground and landscaping project finished during Term 1, resulting in an important upgrade to the heart of the Junior School. The space has reinvigorated the creek area and provided a new play environment for the boys. • A major internal refurbishment was commenced in June. The Library and Learning Support areas were completed in Term 3, with lower primary being refurbished in Term 4 and over the summer holiday break. It will be exciting to reveal the lower primary classrooms and reception area for Day 1, 2018. • Thanks to generous donations from our Junior Parents’ Group, we were able to renovate the cricket nets and sports court area. This project has delivered a new long jump pit and an adaptable multi-sport surface.

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We plan to continue works in the Junior School, with some very exciting new projects planned for development in 2018/2019. Senior School building works also continued. • The redevelopment of the Tower Wing was completed in two stages over Terms 1 and 2, transforming 17 of the oldest classrooms in the School into contemporary teaching spaces. • A new Student Services area was created, combining Learning Support, Counselling, Careers, VCE Support and Student Health. This area has improved student access to these services and co-located staff who were previously on different sites around the School. After waiting a little longer than expected for the necessary local Bayside City Council compliances to be approved, the Annandale project is now in full swing. This project has been enabled by the wonderful philanthropic support of the BGS community and will deliver new change facilities, a fully equipped gymnasium and a function room. The project is expected to be completed during Term 2, 2018.

Partnerships A number of new partnerships have been forged with a view to continuing to identify service-delivery improvements and add value to the School. Ricoh, Soniq, Knight Sports, The Crescent and Furnware have

joined the partnership program in 2017, bringing the total number of companies partnering with BGS to more than 30. The School’s corporate partnerships program helps companies to engage with the School at a strategic and business level.

ICT and data Our information and communication technology systems have continued to improve and expand in 2017. Under the leadership of our new ICT Director, Sandra Maher, we have expanded the service model, with increased day-to-day and notebook repair support for the boys and the staff. We have upgraded the School internet connection to deal with the increasing requirements for data/streaming to support learning, and moved The Hub to be a Cloud-provided service, improving availability and agility. Across the School we have continued our focus on data. The School now has a mature data warehouse with several million records that are being used to identify learning insights and support our decision-making. With so many dynamic projects currently taking place to support the wellbeing and learning of students, this is certainly an exciting time at BGS.

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N I A T P A C L O THE SCHO Year 12 has been an unforgettable and overwhelmingly positive time for the Class of 2017. Along with the challenges, there have been many highlights. Who can forget the sight of 500 passionate BGS students chanting at the old Crowther Oval for our cricket, rugby and football teams? Or the remarkable sounds of Julian Ou’s cello solo at the combined concert with Firbank at the Melbourne Recital Centre? The accomplishments of so many students throughout the year have been phenomenal, and all these stories have shaped our experience of it. Above all, 2017 has seen the development of an unrivalled Tonners’ culture. The sense of community across the School and the way we care for each other has become a hallmark of BGS, and is the envy of schools across Victoria. BGS students feel they are a part of something more special than just receiving an education, and understand that being a Tonner means that we learn how to become good young men. The camaraderie we share at BGS is second to none and that, I believe, is the great value of attending this School.

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I am especially proud that the Year 12 class of 2017 has led the School with such outstanding enthusiasm and passion. The spontaneous creation of a ‘wear your worst’ casual clothes day and a mass fundraiser to shave Dr Swann’s head for charity might seem small events, but they typify the way in which the Year 12s breathed energy into the School and made it such a memorable year for all students. It is with a tinge of sadness that we pass under the Oak for one final time as BGS students. While the Year 12 class will now venture down many separate paths, we are united by the amazing experiences we have shared at BGS. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of mates to have spent my schooling with. We look forward to seeing the BGS community grow and flourish in 2018 and beyond. Ben Durkin School Captain


APTAIN C L O O H C S E L D ID M The time spent in the Middle Years is a unique period of growth and development for most boys. The aim of the Middle Years program is to help us leave our primary schoolboy behaviours and learning habits behind, and prepare us for the transition into the Senior Years. One of the main aims of our leadership group this year was to ensure that there was no divide between the Year 7 and Year 8 cohorts. So, without a doubt, the highlight for me was seeing the bond between the two year levels from day one; everyone just got along really well. Many Year 7 and Year 8 cricket matches were played during recess and lunch, with everyone keen to join in. We all felt strongly that establishing this connection from the beginning was critical to a positive culture in the Middle School. Complimenting this is a long line-up of highlights for 2017, not least the House activities, camps, joint production with Firbank, Connor’s Run, the Year 8 Father and Son Camp, the Mothers’ Day Breakfast and the High Tea, Project X for Year 7 and, of course, iDesign for Year 8. Throughout the year, I have been very fortunate to have received support from my peers, and the Middle School leaders and teachers. Very special thanks to Andrew Penca (Vice Captain), Mr Barnett and Mr Furey, who all encouraged me and the leadership group in various ways. My year would have been chaotic without the support and guidance of these three. It is with a degree of sadness, yet also excitement and anticipation, that our Year 8 cohort progresses to the Senior Years and I wish my fellow Year 8s well in this endeavour. While temporarily leaving behind our friends from Year 7, we look forward to watching them step up to the plate and continuing the momentum our group established this year – we are sure they will make their own mark! Sam Flockart Middle School Captain

AIN T P A C L O O H C S R JUNIO I am regularly told how amazing it was for a boy who had only arrived at the School 303 days prior to become Junior School Captain. When it was announced, I couldn’t believe it. My jaw dropped. I even remember asking one of my peers next to me to pinch me. It was all a dream, a dream come true. Initially, the role of School Captain was challenging, as I was yet to earn the trust of some of my peers, and this took a while to do. This is one reason why I wish the Captain of 2018 well and wish him luck. Whomever it may be, one of many lessons I have learnt is: Never give up. I’m sure you have heard Mr Tellefson often say, “You don’t have to be the best, you just have to give of your best.” Highlights for me as School Captain included: • taking tours of the School • wearing my badge and tie with pride • being given the opportunity to speak and present at important events, such as the Year 12 Beating of the Bounds • being given the honour of thanking many teachers for their contribution to the School. This year has truly been one of the best years of my life. I wish all the Year 5 boys the best of luck for the year ahead. To all the boys: Good luck, have fun and don’t forget, Tonners never give up! Jarod Prins Junior School Captain

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d n a g n i Teach S G B t a g Learnin 7-12 The Teaching and Learning space at BGS has experienced significant growth and development in 2017. We have continued to focus on embedding Learning Intentions and Success Criteria within lessons so that the boys have a clear understanding of what they need to learn and achieve successfully. The Heads of Faculty have continued to make great improvements in curriculum offerings at all year levels. The boys’ learning has been centred around the Australian Curriculum and the Effective Learner Model, with the aim of ensuring that the boys understand where they are in their learning and what they need to do to improve. Boys have been given greater flexibility and choice. In particular, the new VCE subjects introduced in the Senior School have been very well received. The parent–teacher discussion evenings held in the Middle School proved to be a success and we achieved the greatest participation rate on record. This highlights the importance and value placed on our Three-Cornered Partnership. Throughout 2017, BGS has maintained its atmosphere of innovative and dynamic learning, providing an environment in which all boys are given the opportunity to be their personal best. Dan Belluz Director of Studies (7–12)

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ELC-6 Teaching and Learning in the Junior School has continued to flourish in 2017. Staff and boys have been working on building a common language so that they all have a clear understanding of what an Effective Learner looks like in the Junior School. In the ELC, staff identified what it means to be ‘ready to learn’ and the key aspects of this. In all of the rooms, during group time boys were asked, “What was your golden moment of learning?” This gave the boys a chance to share their thoughts on what they had learnt, how they went about their learning, why it was important to them, and who they learnt with. Their responses were documented in their Individual Developmental Portfolio and shared with their parents. The provision of more effective feedback to the boys was a major focus for 2017, from Prep to Year 6. The goal was to provide a roadmap for the boys, highlighting their strengths and areas for improvement. The feedback was linked to the Learning Intention and helped the boys to understand the goal of the lesson or unit of work. In the second half of the year, to the delight of everyone, the new Library and Learning Support Areas opened. They are vibrant learning spaces that inspire creativity and encourage diversity. Staff and boys are also eager to start using the newly renovated lower primary classrooms. Joanne Davies Director of Teaching and Learning – Junior School


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English In English we aim to ensure that boys master the cognitive and literacy skills they need to navigate their increasingly complex lives, but also to foster a love of reading and an understanding of the importance of art and literature in understanding the world. We are committed to encouraging our boys to read – for pleasure and for information. Our set texts are ‘boy-friendly’, but they also reflect the wider world, giving boys the opportunity to explore multiple perspectives. In Years 7 and 8, the boys undertook a daily writing practice, during which, as the name suggests, they would handwrite (yes – no computers!) for 10 minutes at the beginning of each English class. Through this discipline, every boy wrote thousands of words, implementing different genres and exploring many topics. Our Years 7 and 8 boys are not scared of writing, nor do they see it as a chore. Similarly, in Years 9 and 10, boys studied and emulated a variety of text types and were encouraged to create their own comics, feature articles,

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photo essays and adaptations. We are confident that this focus on writing will hold the boys in good stead as they move into their senior years. While our strong English VCE results are a culmination of years of focused work by many people, the dedication of our Year 12 teachers, who rolled out a new Year 12 curriculum this

year, is appreciated. In 2017, our VCE curriculum was supplemented by extension classes on Wednesday afternoons, many eminent external speakers – including Chief Examiner, Bob Hillman – and a holiday revision program. Kristen Molloy Head of English


Paul Stewart painted a mural with characters from literature (and elsewhere!) in the Middle School Library.

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Mathematics STANDARDS have continued to increase at an exponential rate at BGS. Our most impressive results have come through competitions, with two prize winners in the Australian Mathematics Competition: Zachary Bowen (Year 7) and Jack Liu (Year 11). Zach was deemed strong enough to gain a free entry to the Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad, while Jack has focused his mathematical endeavours on Specialist Mathematics, after achieving a perfect score in Mathematical Methods while in Year 10. These competitions help to extend all of our students, encouraging problem-solving in unfamiliar contexts. The success didn’t stop there, with Jack achieving a 3rd prize in the tough University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition for the second successive year. Year 10 student Victor Ding also received a prize and an Outstanding Award in the competition, which comprises eight questions and takes up to three hours to complete. Year 11 student Steven Sun earned a Certificate of Merit. We have seen increased enrolment in the Monash Extension Mathematics program, which provides an opportunity to undertake university-level Mathematics while in Year 12. Students in the Middle School have continued to engage with Mathematics through an improved academic program that encourages them to target areas of weakness and improve their skills, while also undertaking practical activities such as the Maths Survivor Challenge and the Golf Course Challenge. Andrew Barr Head of Mathematics

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y g o l o n h c e T d n a IT Computing at BGS continued to grow in 2018, with a range of elective subjects and activities available. The Middle School Coders’ Club provided the opportunity for boys with an interest in coding to learn the basics or extend their current skills. Year 9 Robotics classes with Adrian Janson moved into the new home of Robotics in the Yates Family Innovation Lab next to the Senior School Library. Boys solved a range of realworld problems using LEGO Mindstorms NXT programmable robotics kits. The highlight of the semester was the competitive Sumo Robot Challenge. In Year 10, the elective units of Games Development and Programming encouraged boys to extend their software development knowledge to produce a range of small applications and games, using a range of programming languages. For many boys, VCE Computing is the culmination of many years of IT experience. In Computing 1/2 boys broaden their skills to use a range of IT tools, including networking, web development, databases and programming. In Software Development 3/4, the problemsolving process is used to design and develop purpose-built applications for a client. The boys made applications for local shops and businesses, as well as applications for The Hub. Working for a client teaches invaluable lessons and the applications developed were outstanding. Cam Taylor Head of Information Technology (7–12)

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2 1 7 e c n Scie The Science Department strives to provide the boys with opportunities to learn skills and develop scientific understanding that will prepare them for future studies as well as for their life after school. In 2017, the Department has focused on developing tools to support the School’s objectives of helping the boys become Effective Learners. To allow staff and students to track progress in scientific skills, a 7–12 practical rubric was developed; this is now used as a consistent assessment and feedback tool across the Department. Targeted feedback has also been employed to start developing boys’ understanding of their strengths and weaknesses so that they can better use their preparation time for assessment tasks. To develop scientific literacy, teaching activities such as close literacy tasks and Marzano’s 6-step process for building academic vocabulary were trialled and then implemented at appropriate times. These methods have helped boys develop their scientific vocabulary and understand how to use it in scientific explanations. We have provided a range of experiences for the boys in 2017, including: • Professor Bunsen presenting to the whole School during Science Week • investigating forces by launching bottle rockets • soldering circuits to match architectural design • investigating geological sites and developing an exhibition stand • VCE students performing Piaget testing on ELC and Year 1 students (both parties loved this!) • designing research questions and carrying out experiments to investigate these questions across all VCE Science subjects To add to these experiences, in 2018 we will be offering two new electives at Year 10: Biotechnology and Analytical Chemistry. Patrick Sanders Head of Science

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6 p e r P Science When Junior School boys attend Science classes, they are usually very enthusiastic and keen to become involved in the investigations. One of the reasons for this is that they like to work in teams. Teamwork can involve a variety of tasks, during which the boys make mistakes, identify them and plan ways to avoid them in the future – an extremely valuable learning process. Most weeks involve hands-on investigations that the boys help to plan. This allows for some individuality between the groups and enables the boys to learn from each other’s investigations. Teams are expected to present the findings of their experiment, backed up by the data they recorded. The conclusion that each team presents to the class can be challenged by other class members in a constructive way. This helps teams to find ways to improve their investigative techniques.

Design and Technology This year, the boys have been very busy creating devices that serve a set purpose. As they work through the phases of research, planning, design, construction, evaluation and modification, the boys are developing their problem-solving skills. At the end of every unit, the boys undertake a challenge that tests their device against its previous performances. Sometimes they also compete against other boys’ devices in an atmosphere of fun. This tends to make for a thrilling conclusion to the unit. During the year, the boys created the following devices: Preps: Catamarans that were sailed across the School swimming pool Year 1: Wobble board mazes with a second layer for trapping the ball Year 2: Electric fan-driven cars Year 3: Electric belt-driven cars Year 4: Balsawood gliders Year 5: Pinball machines Year 6: Billycarts Bill Gibney Head of Junior School Science and Technology

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s e i t i n a Hum Our VCE Senior School Geographers undertook a field trip to Armstrong Creek in Geelong to analyse how changing land use is affecting the natural environment and the local economy, and changing living standards for people moving into the area. While this field trip is a key requirement for the Year 12s, it also brings to life real environmental issues in a way that no textbook could illustrate. Year 10 Geographers travelled along the coastline of Port Phillip Bay from Hampton to Half Moon Bay. They studied the natural processes operating at the different beaches and assessed the impact of human attempts to modify or control these processes. Some budding VCE captains of industry attended a BGS Breakfast Bio to hear the Managing Director of Alibaba (Australia and New Zealand), Maggie Zhou. She spoke on the importance of e-commerce for Australian businesses and the need for Australian business to cater to the Chinese market. Current students were able to network with many Old Boys at one of the biggest breakfasts of the year.

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The Year 7 and 8 boys continued to develop their skills in History and Geography, with a semester spent on each subject. The Year 7s were introduced to the wonderful world of historical discovery and source analysis, as they explored life in Ancient Australia and Ancient Rome. In Geography, there is great practical application available, and a highlight for the boys was their excursion to Church Street, Brighton as part of their unit on Liveability. The boys collected data and considered the features that make an area liveable … or not! The Year 8s’ second year of Humanities allowed them to consolidate and build on their historical and geographical skills. The City Experience in Term 4 provided boys with the opportunity to explore Melbourne’s history, with tours of the MCG and Shrine of Remembrance. In the classroom, their learning was focused on medieval Europe. The boys’ semester of Geography was centred on issues relating to urbanisation and its impact on cities and people. As part of their Landscapes and Landforms course, the boys visited Brighton Beach to learn about beach landscapes and their geographic features. Louise Carroll Head of Humanities Senior School


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VCE PE We began 2017 in the best possible way, with 30% of VCE PE students gaining 40+. This was a testament to the hard work put in by both staff and the boys during the previous year. During 2017, staff have been preparing thoroughly for the 2018 change in study design. We have been working closely with Chief Examiner Dr Rachael Whittle, who has worked extensively with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority to develop curriculum and assessment materials for VCE PE.

Sport and Exercise Science (Year 10) This course was introduced a couple of years ago and has been a great success. Two classes of Year 10 boys have been using sports GPS and heartrate monitors to analyse their own and others’ performance, and this technology has given us great insight into how we can structure training to prepare the boys for competition. Boys completing this course get a head-start on much of the curriculum content required for VCE PE.

Sports Psychology and Coaching (Year 10) This course, which is being introduced into the Faculty for 2018, helps prepare the boys for the VCE PE curriculum. It gives them an insight into what is required for athletes to overcome obstacles and have confidence in their own abilities. How can they reach their sporting potential? An understanding of psychology is a vital part of becoming a successful athlete. Boys will also look into the science of coaching and, as part of the experience, will coach the BGS ELC students.

Health and Physical Education 7–10 A great year was capped off by some excellent performances in Health and PE Week. New to the Health curriculum at BGS is the Digital Citizenship (Cyber Safety) program (introduced in 2017) and the Rights, Responsibilities and Respectful Relationships program (beginning in 2018). Peter Whitehead Head of Health/Physical Education

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ART In VCE Art, boys use art as a vehicle for expression and produce self-directed folios and artworks on an individualised theme. They pursue areas of personal interest and conduct a practical investigation into media that will help them articulate their ideas. This practical and conceptual exploration culminates in at least two final artworks. Throughout the creation of their folios, the boys constantly problem– solve, learning creative thinking skills that they will be able to apply in all facets of their lives. These folios also become the basis of their interviews for a myriad of art and design courses at university. At other year levels, boys complete a mix of set and self-directed tasks. They are given the opportunity to explore and develop skills in a range of traditional and contemporary media. From drawing and sculpture to digital photography and Photoshop, the boys are often challenged, yet always remain engaged in their learning. Art provides them with an outlet to explore their creativity, and for many boys it is a welcome break from their other subjects.

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n g i s e D Product y g o l o n and Tech In Product Design and Technology, boys follow industry standards to generate a brief, carry out research into sustainability issues, produce design options and working drawings, and do a cost analysis before beginning production. These are seen as ‘real-world skills’ and give the boys the confidence to deal with adults outside of the framework at BGS. Timber is sourced from local suppliers and is chosen for both aesthetic appeal and its ability to meet the demands of everyday wear and tear. Where needed, outsourcing is encouraged; this may take the form of a large benchtop that needs industrial sanding, or a particular type of finish that the boys do not have the facilities to complete at School. We are fortunate to have built up a wide range of industry connections, who provide the boys with a wealth of knowledge and experience. The finished products speak for themselves. Martin Green Head of PDT

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Creative Arts and Design Technology students tackled a range of problem-solving tasks utilising the design process in 2017. They explored a variety of media, equipment, technologies and techniques to create works of personal significance. This process involved brainstorming, research, concept development, design thinking and technical refinement. Students developed their visual learning techniques while highlighting their individual style when undertaking a variety of drawing, painting and sculpture tasks. They interpreted art styles, producing self-portraits and collaborative pop art installations for the School canteen.

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They constructed wooden cars, pencil boxes and toys for charity while further developing their cutting, shaping and problem solving techniques throughout the design process. They have also utilised Photoshop and Illustrator, along with a range of materials, in order to design, prototype and market a variety of digital and real-life products, including digital posters and confectionery products. Students evaluated their performance at every stage through testing and self-reflection. Jamie Watson Head of Creative Arts and Design Technology Oscar Lo

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Year 10 student were introduced to the idea of ‘the pitch’, whereby they presented their design to the class and demonstrated clear links from the final to the written brief. Topics challenged the students to think creatively and design a nano house, a survival pod and a fashion item. The VCE program involved an accelerated mindset, with folio presentation and the development of ideas through thinking strategies and mind mapping. Here, students had more freedom in their topics and presentations. Projects were based on film making, 3D models, architectural drawing, and brochure and flyer layouts. Matthew Wardell Head of Visual Communication Design

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SENIOR SCHOOL BGS Drama continues to grow and provide a positive arena that fosters the values of tolerance and mutual respect, and invites our boys at all year levels to challenge themselves individually, academically, culturally and socially through dramatic styles and techniques. It also provides an objective forum that offers them the chance to explore different types of human interaction, encouraging them to expand their knowledge and communication skills for a society in which they want to be informed and participating citizens. The Bayside VCE Drama Cluster was established this year to provide our growing number of VCE Drama students a collaborative stage for their creative expression with likeminded students from other schools in the area. Students were able to share, explore, discuss and create ensemble performances based on the topic, ‘Consumerism: How much are you willing to pay?’ Via the performances,

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students researched consumer culture, and examined the personal, social and global implications of consumerism. They also presented a vision of the evolution of consumerdriven advertising. The standard of these performances was of outstanding dramatic quality and rewarded highly by external VCE Drama assessors. This year, BGS Drama went global when the Year 10 class enjoyed an interactive and blood-splashing performance of Shakespeare’s epic history play Henry V at the Pop-Up Globe Theatre. The experience inspired the boys to produce their own verbatim/process class ensemble performance, ‘War – What is it Good For?’, which was enjoyed by parents and students alike. The Year 9 class demonstrated their newfound passion for Shakespeare and his language by devising a hilarious ensemble performance of The King’s Men, which cleverly incorporated a number of Shakespeare’s famous plays. Thank you to Captain of Drama, Steven Alesi and CoVice Captains, Alexander Adams and Sam Grose. Their enthusiasm and passion has been influential in encouraging greater student involvement in Drama and left a legacy that deepens the foundations of our evolving and expanding expressive dramatic culture at BGS.


MIDDLE SCHOOL This year, boys in Middle School Drama classes developed their performance skills and self-confidence through specific practical dramatic activities. These focused on increasing their understanding of spatial awareness and self-awareness (through the exploration of neutral mask, Basel mask, Greek theatre and clowning) as well as strengthening their communication skills in an era of terminology expectation and saturation. Visual comedy liberates the boys from reality, allowing them to explore the ridiculous, and encourages them to step outside their ‘safety zone’, giving them freedom to create. Students learn to identify what makes them laugh and why they laugh, and how different types of comedy express the silly side and empathetic nature of the human spirit. Find us a Middle Years student who does not like to clown around! A special thank you to Adrienne Mewett for helping me share the ‘whoopee’ in our drama classes with the boys. If drama be the food of applause for our boys – play on! Myles Collins Head of Drama and Production

JUNIOR SCHOOL Drama in the Junior School works to develop the students’ confidence to perform, their ability to be creative and the strength of their social skills. It provides opportunities for students to make meaning of their world, and enables them to express and communicate ideas in the art form. The Junior School Drama Program also has a strong link with other subjects, particularly English. This year, every year level from Prep to Year 6 created their own short performance based on a variety of stimuli, such as storybooks, images, video and puppets.  Alison Main Drama Teacher P–6 GRAMMARIAN 2017

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C I S U M M O O R S S A L C “Music to me is the perfect expression of the soul.” – Robert Schumann The number of students studying music as an academic subject continues to rise, and at VCE level there has been some outstanding results. At the start of the year Julian Ou, who was a part of the high-performing Music Performance Unit 3/4 class of the previous year (100% of the class scored 40 or above), received a Premier’s Award for achieving a perfect study score of 50 for the subject. These results are an outcome of the teaching and learning that occurs in the study of music from Years 7 to 12, with performance, analysis, composition, aural and theory being the major foci as the boys develop a multitude of skills to become better musicians. In the Middle School, the focus is on the students enjoying music as an art form in areas that have relevance to them in their everyday lives. They work to develop a greater appreciation of music as a language and explore their more creative sides through composition and performance. Classroom Music at Wilson House has continued to go from strength to strength, with more boys in Junior School ensembles than ever before this year. The curriculum has continued to focus on music appreciation, with a significant emphasis on using aural, composition and theory skills in a performance context. Boys in middle and upper primary have learnt about music from around the world, danced, played un-tuned and tuned percussion, read scores, studied program music, learnt about different periods of music and, in the words of the boys, sung a lot! Boys in lower primary have focused on singing and moving, and using a Kodaly approach to reading and writing music. They have also incorporated percussion in their composition and performance activities.

Music Incursions The students are given a number of experiences to deepen their understanding of the topics studied in the music classroom. As part of the Year 7 course on African music and rhythm, the students participated in an incursion by Rhythm of Life African Drumming. They learnt the basic techniques of African drumming using the traditional djembe, as well as other instruments such as the balafon and dun-dun. They also explored the elements of this style, including call and response, improvisation,

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and arrangements of traditional rhythms to create polyrhythmic compositions. They received an insight into the cultural and historical context of the music and its role in West African life, broadening the context of what they were studying in the classroom. The Year 8 students undertook a unit of film music, looking at the various elements of this genre and creating their own soundtracks to vision. To assist in this process, the boys were involved in a session with visiting artist Kate Dean, who gave them an insight into the important role that a composer plays in making a film come to life and how to make a scene, through music, appeal to different audiences. They practised the various elements required to compose a good soundtrack and discussed the potential career opportunities that music can offer. They participated in a hands-on activity during which, with Kate’s guidance and expertise, they created the music for an opening title sequence for a film. The Senior Big Band and Intermediate Stage Band were lucky enough to work with guest artist Jordan Murray as part of their preparation for the Generations in Jazz festival in Mount Gambier. Jordan, who is currently lecturer in Jazz Studies at Monash University, has performed with artists such as Tom Jones, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Joss Stone and Kylie Minogue, as well as playing with the Sydney and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras and arranging music for many companies, including on the show ‘Dancing with the Stars’. Jordan spent the day working with the boys on the art of big band playing, giving them many great tips on practising, improvisation and playing as a team. His insight certainly inspired many of the boys and developed their enthusiasm for this style of music. In the Junior School, Prep to Year 4 boys were treated to a performance of Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’ by the Opera Australia in Schools program as part of their unit on the Classical Period. ‘The Magic Flute’ is a mysterious and wonderful tale, following four young people’s journeys as they discover their own strengths and weaknesses. Its story of truth and light, and friendship and forgiveness, told with enchanting music, delighted the students and was an entertaining way to help introduce them to this period in music history. Jamie Ransome Director of Music


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s e g a u g n La In 2017, the boys were given many opportunities to experiment with the different aspects of their language learning, whether they were in Prep or in Year 12. Through the process of learning a different language, students acquire knowledge and understanding of the semantics of how languages operate – including English. They also gain an insight into the culture and traditions of different parts of the world. The Junior School boys were exposed to Asian cultures through their Japanese lessons in the lower years and through their Chinese lessons in Years 5 and 6. The Year 7 boys became aware of the rich cultural differences between the languages offered at BGS as they experienced four different languages over the course of one year. In Chinese, Years 8 and Year 9 students welcomed a martial arts instructor, Chen Yuan Xin, who introduced them to the philosophy and rigour of this practice. The Senior School boys were fortunate enough to travel to China and to be immersed in the Chinese culture. In French, the Middle School students enjoyed the very French Monsieur Crèpes, who cooked them pancakes from his trailer. In the Senior School, the boys had the opportunity to take part in French conversation afternoons hosted by Melbourne Grammar and BGS, with students from Firbank Girls’ Grammar, Shelford Girls’ Grammar and St Michael’s Grammar.

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BGS welcomed three students from France in Terms 3 and 4 and our Senior boys will be returning the visit over the summer. In Japanese, boys from Years 8 to 12 participated in a brush calligraphy competition run by the Japanese Language Teachers’ Association. We congratulate Jay Jay Zhu (Year 10), who won the first prize in the Year 9–10 category. The students also took part in origami and calligraphy for Hiroshima events. In Latin, the students discovered parts of Roman history and learnt about the Roman political system. They also found out about the lives of different emperors and the evolution of several cities under the Roman Empire. Learning a foreign language comes with its challenges and rewards, but is also the best way to become an open-minded and understanding individual. It broadens the mind and changes the way we see the world. A different language is a different vision of life. – Federico Fellini Change your language and you change your thoughts. – Karl Albrecht One who speaks only one language is one person, but one who speaks two languages is two people. – Turkish Proverb You live a new life for every language you speak. If you know only one language, you live only once. – Czech Proverb Karine Coste Head of Languages Faculty

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LibrarY JUNIOR SCHOOL The Junior Library was closed for some exciting and longawaited renovations during Book Week this year. However, the boys and teachers were not deterred and embraced their love of books by donning some truly fabulous costumes for the multi-age activity day and ‘Escape to Everywhere’ Book Week parade. The new Junior Library space was finally revealed during Term 4. The light-filled, flexible learning space that incorporates reading nooks, collaborative work spaces, a ‘campfire’ couch and an ‘experience area’ for coding, robotics, animation and film-making (with our featurepainted greenscreen wall) was welcomed with cries of delight and ‘awesomeness’! The new space integrates a flexible, collaborative environment with a range of resources and tools to assist in the development of essential 21st-centure skills: creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking. Pauline Anthony Head of Junior School Library

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MIDDLE SCHOOL This year, the Middle Years Library welcomed 30 new Library Committee members, who ensured that life in the Library was jam-packed with events and activities. These included the Firbank Grammar and BGS Combined Book Club, Makerspace sessions, the Expanding the Possibilities program (ETP), Library Lovers’ Day, Where’s Wally Day, ANZAC Day, Anne Frank Day, Sir David Attenborough Day, NAIDOC Week, Science Week, Game of Loans (GOL)* and Book Week. The highlight of this year was the GOL wider reading program. This program is designed to encourage the boys to compete against each other through their reading. There was a real buzz about the School as boys tried to persuade teachers to read for their Tutor Groups, came into the Library for borrowing and reading sessions, and frequently compared how many books they had read. (It’s true – boys really do love competition!) The winning Tutor Group was 7 Hancock, who received the Game of Loans Trophy Cup and shared a pizza lunch to celebrate. The Middle Years Library would like to thank Paul Stewart for the wonderful wall mural he painted over many days as his own iDesign project. The artwork takes students and staff on a journey back through their most loved novels and stories. Lauren Murphy Middle School Librarian *Thank you to the Head of Library at Haileybury, Sue Osborne, for sharing the GOL program at a School Library Association of Victoria event.


SENIOR SCHOOL The Senior Library remains a popular and busy venue for private study during class time, and at recess and lunchtime. The new Library Committee, comprising eight members, helped us organise events and programs. Activities included chess, Library Lovers’ Day, Book Club, LEGO Club and the Term 2 Trivia Quizzes. We also ran the SS Library Writing Competition, which was won by Kieran Farrell (Year 10). The main event in the Senior Library this year was Book Week, which incorporated many different activities. Students tried to ‘Match the Prefect to the book’. Author Phillip Gwynne spoke to English classes and in the Library about his life and career. We also had a ‘Where’s Wally Reading?’ competition, with teachers (disguised as Wally to a greater or lesser extent) reading in secret places around the School, and a House Quiz, which was a rowdy and robust competition won by Armstrong House. The final event was the Annual Teachers vs Students Debate, with the topic ‘That the school terms should be shorter’. The students took on the affirmative side in a vigorous discussion that adjudicator Kristen Molloy finally declared a draw. Many thanks to the students and teachers who helped with these events. Penny Roberts Head of Library GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Celebrating success The Learning Support and Learning Strategies Departments in the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools play an integral role in ensuring the BGS boys are catered for and the BGS teachers are equipped with skills to support boys with specific learning needs. We provide various supports for the boys through withdrawal programs, inclass support and working with classroom teachers on assistance strategies. In the Junior School, the Learning Support Team consists of two enrichment teachers, two remedial support teachers, one EAL (English as an Additional Language) teacher and one teacher aide. The philosophy within the Junior School is to provide early intervention to ensure that the boys succeed with their schooling. The programs aim not only to provide academic support, but to ensure that the boys feel confident and experience success. The remedial classes take on explicit programs that focus on direct instruction, but are supplemented with engaging activities and educational games. EAL lessons focus on developing oral communication skills, building vocabulary, reading and writing. The boys also develop their cultural awareness through these classes. Enrichment classes extend the boys in the fields of mathematics, English and humanities. The boys are also engaged in enriching opportunities such as debating, chess, robotics, planks, games days, International Competitions and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) competitions and Maths Olympiad. Learning strategies in the Middle and Senior Schools celebrate all the boys' learning and successes, be it in English, mathematics, humanities, the arts, sport or social interconnectedness. Using multimodal methods of teaching, and preteaching literacy prior to regular lessons, the boys are prepared and ready to learn. In turn, the boys are well equipped to interact with their teachers, their peers and the learning tasks. Supporting the boys in this way leads to greater independence and achievement. Accordingly, we have seen remarkable growth in the boys this year. David Eggleston Junior School Learning Support Coordinator Daniel Brown Head of Learning Strategies (7–12)

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G N I E B L L WE JUNIOR SCHOOL Mindfulness Student wellbeing is integral to boys’ daily learning in the Junior School. After recess, all boys participate in a mindfulness practice, stopping to focus on their breath in the present moment. Circle Time occurs weekly in the Wellbeing Centre for all boys from Prep to Year 6. Discussion and activities are strengths-based, including Kindness, Gratitude, Respect and Team Work. You Can Do It Keys connect to each Circle Time focus. This develops the boys’ confidence, persistence, organisation, social skills and emotional resilience. Buddies is a cross-age focus from ELC3 to Year 6. It reinforces our friendly and caring environment at BGS. Monica Le Couteur Junior School Student Wellbeing Coordinator

MIDDLE SCHOOL Respectful Relationships At the beginning of 2017, BGS was nominated as a leading school in Respectful Relationships. As a leading school, we have been taking steps to improve our policies and upskill our staff to deliver the Respectful Relationships curriculum across the School. We are also mentoring and building partnerships with other schools to build a Respectful Relationships culture within and among schools. We will be commencing the rollout of BGS’s Respectful Relationships curriculum at the beginning of 2018. The curriculum supports our current PROSPER, Health and Physical Education program, with emphasis on the following key themes: emotional literacy, personal strengths, positive coping, problem solving, stress management, help seeking and positive relationships. The promotion of social and emotional skills in children and adolescents has been shown to improve health-related outcomes and wellbeing. It also reduces antisocial behaviours. We want our boys to build positive relationships with their teachers and peers so they feel safer and happier at school, have greater resilience and display positive social attitudes. BGS is hopeful that these positive relationships will lead to better health and academic outcomes for our boys. Danielle Wolff Middle School Psychologist, Program Coordinator

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SENIOR SCHOOL Red Shirt Has anyone seen the boy who used to come here? Round-faced troublemaker, quick to find a joke, slow to be serious. Red shirt, perfect co-ordination, sly, strong muscles, with things always in his pocket.

Positive masculinity BGS is proud to include numerous events that promote positive masculinity in the Middle School. These events celebrate and mark key milestones in the boys’ journey through adolescence and into manhood, and regularly involve Dr Arne Rubinstein. Our aim is to shift, develop and nurture the boys’ psychology using a shared approach to ensure that our boys leave their primary years’ way of thinking and embrace their transition into secondary school. Boys need a process to get through this stage to make sure they understand the roles and responsibilities expected of a young man. The whole Middle School community takes part in the traditional entry into Year 7 ritual in January. There are also many House activities held during the year. Many Year 8 boys and their dads attend the Father–Son Camp at Portsea. Likewise, many boys join their mums at the Mother and Son High Tea. In December, we host a Year 8 Breakfast, when the whole community celebrates the boys’ time in the Middle School before they commence their promotions classes in the Senior School. It is vital that any ritual or rite of passage is done at the right time, in a safe manner and with the utmost respect and honour for the boys. For our entire human history, a concerted effort has been needed to shift boys into good, strong and responsible men… More than marriage, or funerals, or any other ritual, training boys to be men has been at the core of the community life of every society since the dawn of time. –Steve Biddulph, in his Foreword to Dr Arne Rubinstein’s The Making of Men (2013) Travis Hopgood Deputy Head – Middle School

Reed flute, ivory pick, polished and ready for his talent. You know that one. Have you heard stories about him? Pharaoh and the whole Egyptian world collapsed for such a Joseph. I would gladly spend years getting word of him, even third- or fourth-hand. –Rumi Boyhood is a precious time in a man’s life – the time he spends with his friends, making things, discovering his talents and enjoying the freedoms of youth. But so often in today’s world, we see and hear about what is not great about being a boy or a young man. At Brighton Grammar, we believe that childhood and early adulthood should be full of positive and engaging examples, stories, rituals and practices to develop a wholesome individual. One of the benefits of an all-boys’ school is the opportunities we can offer our students to explore what it is to be a man of character, experience and wisdom. Dr Ray Swann PhD Head of Senior School, Director of the Crowther Centre

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BGS staff members shared their experience and knowledge at the International Boys' School Coalition conference in Baltimore in June.

t n e m p o l e v e D f Staf The quality of a school cannot exceed the quality of its teachers. As a learning community, teachers must be examples of continuous learning with a specific focus on improving their classroom practice. We have a professional responsibility to identify areas for our own improvement, to learn new skills and to reflect on the way we teach. This results in the highest quality of teaching in classrooms and the best experience for the boys. At BGS, and driven by the Crowther Centre, we continue to use the evidence-based teaching model by employing a variety of programs. These include goal setting, coaching, peer workshops, collaborative teams and video feedback. As a result, our staff have become leaders in teacher learning, and a number of staff have been asked to share our programs and expertise at national and international conferences.

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Leaders within in the School and instructional coaches are valuable resources for our teachers. They offer support inside and outside the classroom to refine current practice and develop new teaching strategies. As well as using current best practice, we are exploring new options for teacher development. For example, a pilot program using 360-degree cameras and virtual reality headsets has helped teachers understand how it feels to be a student in their class. We are also developing partnerships with the University of Melbourne Graduate School of Education and the University of Kansas to ensure access to the best staff learning opportunities. Our goal as educators is to create an environment for boys to excel in all areas – being, learning, creating and playing. We will continue to reflect on our practices to ensure we provide our boys with an outstanding educational experience. Mark Dowley


y a l p s i d n o S BG in Baltimore Joanne Davies (Teaching and Learning Coordinator, Junior School) and Raelene Plozza (Literacy Coach, Prep–Year 8) presented a workshop at the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC) conference in Baltimore in June.

Melbourne Graduate School of Education.

The IBSC, of which BGS is a member school, is a not-for-profit organisation ‘dedicated to enhancing the education, wellbeing and development of boys worldwide’. The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Beyond innovation: creativity, discovery and engagement’. Joanne and Raelene’s workshop, called ‘A coaching approach to staff professional learning’, discussed the latest research into instructional coaching for teachers, and how this can improve practice. Coaches help teachers to move through a cycle of goal setting, learning, observation, data collection and reflection. Instructional coaches bring a level of expertise to the coaching relationship. The workshop used BGS as an illustration of how coaching can improve instructional practice and staff collaboration to improve student learning outcomes. It was extremely well received, with many delegates asking questions afterwards about BGS practice.

BGS teachers must be examples of continuous learning.

This professional development was funded by the BGS teachers’ Reward and Recognition program. Last year, Joanne and Raelene won awards for their outstanding contribution to the School’s teaching. They are excited about the learning opportunities the conference provided them in their respective roles at BGS.

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s e i t i v i t c A d n a s Program Every year, BGS students engage in a diverse range of co-curricular programs and activities. This year has been no exception, with an overwhelming number of opportunities on offer. These opportunities are designed to complement the boys’ curricular program, providing a platform for them to extend their formal learning experiences through activities such as creating the School production, representing their peers in the Student Council, and organising and leading wholeSchool fundraising events. The activities remain a critical component of the boys’ overall development and foster their understanding of how to be creative, how to play, how to learn and how to care – the four archetypes that we have introduced to the boys to remind them of the different parts of their character.

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We continue to work in partnership with our sister school Firbank Grammar. In particular, three spectacular productions captured our imaginations at junior, middle and senior levels. Boys have competed and had success in chess and debating. We were also treated to a number of musical delights. As a School, we continue to remain committed to developing boys and yound men who are engaged with their peers and their community at a local, national and global level. Deanne Cannizzaro Director of Programs and Activities (7–12)


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Year 6 Musical d n a y t u Bea r J t s a e the B The 2017 Junior School Musical was produced by the Music and Year 6 Staff of Firbank and BGS. The production process began with Year 6 students from both schools participating in activities to get to know one another, before venturing to the Dendy Cinemas to watch Disney’s film version of Beauty and the Beast. Rehearsals began with the year level split into Enchanted Objects and Villagers; lead roles rehearsed outside of school hours. By the end of Term 3, the 130 students and staff had worked together, with the support of our amazing parent costume committee, to produce a colourful spectacular filled with extraordinary acting. The performance garnered great reviews, but the most impactful came from our Year 5 students: ‘We can’t wait until it’s our turn next year!’ Jared Furtado Head of Choral and Coordinator Junior School Music

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Camp Rock was brought to life in this year’s combined BGS and Firbank Middle School Production. The Disney musical full of lighthearted tunes had the audience’s feet tapping all night. The large cast of 71 students highlighted the importance of inclusiveness through the arts and developed the boys’ performance, expressive and interpersonal skills. New friendships were made and new talents uncovered. Every student involved worked extremely hard and contributed to the show’s success. The lead roles were captivating and energetically supported by the ensemble. This show would not have been possible without the support of the Camp Rock Production Team as well as the commitment shown by Brighton Grammar, Firbank Grammar and the wider community. We are proud to be able to provide young people with such valuable performance opportunities and look forward to continuing to do so to support the growth of the boys here at BGS. Adrienne Mewett Director and Choreographer Teacher of Drama and English

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N O I T C U D O R P L O O H C S R O I N E S E D N O L B LEGALLY Legally Blonde is a sassy, witty and fun-hearted show that our senior guys, along with the senior gals from Firbank, took to with zest to serve up another memorable production. Under the direction of Merryn Anstee (Firbank Head of Drama), this show lived up to the hype, with all the panache, pink chic and a little bit of kitsch to give every audience a rib-tickling experience. Captain of Drama Steven Alesi was wonderful as the evil dark lord of the law Professor Callahan, while Ned Wright-Smith, Captain of Music, played the white knight, Emmett Richmond, who comes to the rescue of the stylish Elle, Stevie-Lou Answerth. With so many boys involved in cameo roles, the ensemble and the production crew, Legally Blonde was a powerful class action! All the students involved are to be applauded for their dedication, commitment and resilience as they

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managed to balance the intensive rehearsals with their academic studies, family duties and other commitments. Once again, the musical production provided the students with an opportunity to represent themselves differently from on the sports field and gave them a unique voluntary expressive claim. The show left everyone involved feeling the way they should after a school production – a little pink in the cheeks with joy. So boys, don’t wait until Year 12 or a subpoena to get involved in a school production! Just ask the boys who have participated in previous productions and they’ll tell you how much fun they had expressing themselves in a different way. Who knows – it might even help you find your ‘signature colour’! Myles Collins Head of Drama and Production


As a Year 11 boy, I was too scared to speak in front of my English class. And yet, one year later, I was able to speak confidently on stage. This is because of my first Senior School production: Legally Blonde. It forced me to step outside of my comfort zone and was an amazing experience that made me a more confident person. From walking into the first rehearsals till the ending of the final show, I felt like a changed person. I was now able to do something that I had always wanted to do but had been previously too afraid. So, I would highly encourage anyone who is holding back or scared to just audition for next year’s production and see what happens!  Lachie McCormack Legally Blonde actor, Year 12

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An important part of every BGS boy’s experience is the opportunity to collaborate with his peers at our sister school, Firbank Grammar. A number of opportunities are provided throughout the calendar year for secondary boys to engage in different activities with Firbank students, including Book Club, debating, Philosophy Colloquium, dance classes and the social. A highlight of the program is the combined activity day, hosted this year by Firbank. Our Year 7 cohort were treated to a history lesson followed by a historical walk around the local Brighton area to look at various historical landmarks and sites. The day was rounded off by a series of physical and mental challenges, with the boys and girls working together and against each other in activities ranging from Scattergories to tent building. These activity days offer students at both schools a great opportunity to bond, and continue to strengthen the link between the schools.

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We continued to nurture the partnership between BGS and Firbank during 2017. Collaboration between the two schools fosters our commitment to provide opportunities for the boys to interact positively with girls. In Term 3, the ELC boys walked over to the Firbank ELC to spend time with the girls and have morning tea together. They were also invited to attend the dress rehearsal of Beauty and the Beast Jr performed by BGS and Firbank Year 6 students. Lower primary students met a number of times during the year, participating in problem-solving and playbased tasks. A combined visit to the zoo in Term 4 was an exciting highlight for the Prep boys. Tynker Time, an imaginative tournament and a round robin of tabloid activities allowed time for great interaction and invaluable learning experiences for middle primary students. Forging ongoing friendships and encouraging respectful relationships is a focus in upper primary year levels. The Year 5 exchanges included bush dancing, technology, drama, art and sport. The Year 6 boys and girls worked together intensely to produce the fantastic musical Beauty and the Beast Jr. Joanne Davies Head of Teaching and Learning, Junior School

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Chess The engagement with chess continues to increase at BGS, with a large program throughout the year giving opportunities for play at all levels. We hosted five tournaments during 2017, including the State Finals for both Chess Victoria and Chess Kids, positioning BGS as a premier state venue for chess. Our teams at Junior School, Middle School and Senior School all qualified for the finals, and the Senior School team placed an exceptional 3rd in the Chess Kids Open Secondary final. Our best players on the day were Captain of Chess Sasha Parsons and Marcus Ang (both Year 12), with great contributions from David Lawlor (Year 12), Victor Jakobus (Year 11) and Lane Donohue (Year 7). Lane also qualified for the Middle Years State Final, where he and David Yuan (Year 7) helped take out 8th place in a tough competition. For the casual players, we ran lunchtime chess sessions every Friday in both Middle School and Senior School, during which internationally noted chess experts discussed strategy and played games with the boys. We ran a similar program in the Junior School to ensure that the BGS Chess future looks bright. Andrew Barr Head of Chess

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Outdoor n o i t a c u d E It’s been a big year in the BGS Outdoor Education Department. Some exciting changes are in the wings, which have their roots in the experiences of and feedback from boys, parents and teachers during 2017. Faces have changed in the Outdoor Education office. The new team consists of James Hilditch, Nathan O’Malley (Deputy Head) and me (David Gemmell). We look forward to continuing the good work and solid outdoor education sequence built by our predecessors over the past few years. In every program we deliver, we incorporate elements of the Schoolwide philosophy of creating, being, learning and playing. From a front yard campsite in the ELC to sea kayaking on the Bay, educating outdoors is integrated into how BGS teaches boys – on and off campus. The Big Fella Year 12 Leadership Conference kicked off our year while capping off the Outdoor Education sequence for our 2017 graduating class. Over one massive day, the Year 12s, alongside Senior School staff, hiked their way to the summit of Victoria’s tallest mountain, Mouth Bogong, as a visceral metaphor for all they have been through and all they will go through to complete their Brighton Grammar schooling.

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Now in its second year, the Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program (OELP) increased participation from 27 boys in 2016 to 38 in 2017. This program is a long lesson in servant leadership, with members asked to make a demanding commitment. Yet the rewards at the end of the year are immense, for the

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the foundation of the BGS Outdoor Education curriculum. This year, the Year 10s took part in one of the most epic winter ski programs BGS has ever run! The environment threw just about everything at the group, from blizzards and a flu epidemic to high winds and freezing temperatures. In true Tonner form, our boys persisted and were rewarded with some of the best skiing conditions Australia has seen in a long time. The Year 9 Great Southwest Journey lived up to its reputation, initiating the boys into the Sea Change program and Senior School Outdoor Education with a blast. We are immensely proud of the effort each of the boys put into completing this journey in 2017, and I’m pretty sure they are too.

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The Year 7 students undertook a journey in the Great Otways National Park. With the best of Victoria’s coastal landscape as a backdrop, the boys had time to get to know new and old classmates a little better, and to gain a taste for the Outdoor Education program that awaits them over the next few years. For the Year 8 Grampians program, which extends on the skills learnt in Year 7, the boys plan their own menus and self-cater. As staff, we allow some mistakes in the planning and delivery of the boys’ food choices – for experiential education and making mistakes are the best teachers – but we work hard to facilitate their learning so that similar mistakes aren’t replicated in future years. The warmth of a campfire and great conversation can make even burnt rice palatable!


The most enthusiastic and energetic of the boys don’t miss out on Outdoor Education experiences at BGS. The Outdoor Education team supports the amazing work of our early years teachers by helping out with naturebased play and activities in the green urban landscape around the Bay, encouraging the students to have FUNN (Functional Understanding Not Necessary) in the outdoors. By introducing the outdoors as a safe and entertaining place to learn as early as possible, we are setting the foundations for our future Outdoor Education programs. Over the Junior School years, we slowly increase the time spent away from home for Outdoor Education programs, while keeping the activities fun and engaging. From Healesville Sanctuary and the largest flying fox

ride in Victoria to the Howqua River and spending a night out on an island in tents, we make the most of these introductory years by engaging the boys’ curiosity and starting to develop self-management skills in the outdoors. BGS is one of the few independent schools in the state that can claim an ELC to Year 12 sequential Outdoor Education program that builds upon the skills, experiences and activities embedded into the journeys we take. How we travel through landscapes on Outdoor Education programs is where the real value lies … not how hard or easy we find it, not where we end up or how far we travelled. The journey is far more important than the destination. David Gemmell Head of Outdoor Education GRAMMARIAN 2017

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e g n a h c Sea Sea Change, the Year 9 experiential learning program, provided many highlights for the boys during 2017. The boys spent a minimum of four weeks beyond the classroom during various program activities spread across the year. All were designed to challenge the boys, but also to encourage them to grow, and to help them develop into good men. The boys began the year with the Great South West Journey (GSWJ). The GSWJ has quickly become recognised as a tough challenge, but an incredibly rewarding one. Over the course of 12 days, the boys, in groups of 13 or 14, travel approximately 250 kilometres through the south-western region of Victoria. In 2017, the boys rode mountain bikes through Portland and the Cobboboonee Forest, canoed down the Glenelg River and walked the beach from Nelson to Cape Bridgewater. They camped along the way and prepared their own meals throughout. Almost every boy successfully completed the journey and all were welcomed back to BGS and acknowledged for what they had achieved. Sea Change also asks the boys to select from a range of options, categorised as ‘Service’ or ‘Coastal’. ‘Service’ programs included assisting at the Martyr’s School in Papua New Guinea. Other boys travelled to Cairns, then across Cape York to the Indigenous community of Pormpuraaw; they spent a week in the community and assisting at the local school. Two groups spent time working with an Artist in Residence,

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Ashley Ronning, at the Berendale School in Hampton, working alongside Berendale students on shared artistic projects. Another two groups undertook the ‘Service Melbourne’ program, to ‘find out’ and ‘help out’ at places including Urban Seed, the Salvation Army, the Big Issue and the Red Cross. Within the ‘Coastal’ options, boys had the opportunity to surf, sea kayak and mountain bike during a week based at Anglesea. Some boys travelled further afield, with a Marine Biology trip investigating the health of the Great Barrier Reef, another two groups learning to scuba dive off Tweed Heads, and another riding mountain bikes through the Cairns hinterland to finish on the beach at Port Douglas. These were all amazing opportunities that both challenged and rewarded the boys. Special thanks to the boys for the way they embraced Sea Change, to the parents for placing such trust in the program, to the external providers who helped deliver the programs and to the staff who accompanied and led the boys through the programs. Sea Change has always sought to engage the boys and to encourage them to grow and develop. We are very proud of the Sea Change program, and all who have been involved, and we look forward to building upon the strengths of the program in the future. Peter Shepard Head of Sea Change

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d n o y e b Music m o o r s s a the cl Instrumental Music and Ensembles The music performance calendar is broad and varied, providing the boys with exciting opportunities. The Ensemble Program continues to thrive, with concert bands, big bands, string orchestras, choirs and guitar ensembles being some of the groups available to complement our boys’ classroom and instrumental lessons. The String Program in Years 3 and 4 continues to produce some outstanding orchestral players and the Wilson House String Orchestra has grown to almost 70 players this year. The Band Program involves all new students to the Junior School in Years 5 and 6, and is developing the performance skills of our boys earlier, assisting to create a higher standard of playing in our more senior groups.

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The main ensembles at both the Senior and Junior Schools participated in their annual music camps at Rutherford Park, assisting them to develop the skills of ensemble playing in a more concentrated setting. The equivalent of a term’s worth of rehearsals are undertaken at the camp, so this event is invaluable in the development of the participating groups. Junior students in the three premier ensembles showed off their hard work in the Semester 1 Choral and Instrumental Concert. Years 7 to 12 showcased their talents at the traditional Orchestral, Guitar and Choral Concert, as well as the Wind, Brass and Percussion Concert, all in the beautiful setting of St Andrew’s Church. This was followed in Semester 2 by the St Andrew’s Jazz Sunday and the grand performance at the Melbourne Recital Centre. The Carols Service in December was again a highlight and is a truly special way to celebrate the festive season.


All of our students perform in ensembles; however, some may not often get the opportunity to practise their craft as a solo performer. Thus, in addition to our large concert events, there were numerous opportunities for our soloists to shine at lunchtime concerts, assemblies, the Guitar and Percussion Concert, and the piano, woodwind and Middle School soirées.

Special Performances The Senior Big Band and Intermediate Stage Band travelled to Mount Gambier in South Australia to participate in the Generations in Jazz Festival. The festival involved 4750 students from 125 schools in over 305 ensembles participating in various divisions. The Senior Big Band, under the direction of Jamie Ransome, gained a top 10 finish against 24 bands in their division – a fantastic effort. This is the third year in a row that the group has finished in the top 10. The Intermediate Stage Band, under the direction of Kurt Abell, were participating for the first time in this event and did a great job, finishing 16th in their division. Senior Big Band member and Year 11 student Steven Zhang

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was chosen as a member of the Division 3 Superband. The Superband is an ensemble made up of the best players on their instrument for that division. There were 54 bands in our division and Steven was selected as the best vibraphone player. This is a first for BGS at Generations – congratulations to Steven on this amazing achievement. The Senior String quartet performed for the Prime Minister, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, at an important Bayside event in the Semester 1 holidays. The Prime Minister took the time to listen to the boys perform and talked to them at the end of their performance, congratulating them on the high quality of their musicianship. After achieving second place in the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition, Zac Shieh (Year 6) was invited to perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, New York, in April. Zac enjoyed hearing the sound his cello produced in a world-class auditorium, as well as chatting with other performers from all over the world, gaining an insight into their experience and enjoyment of music.

Melbourne Recital Centre Concert On the evening of Tuesday 5 September, the BGS Music Department, in conjunction with Firbank Grammar School, presented molto crescendo at the Melbourne Recital Centre. This combined concert occurs every three years and the evening was a spectacular event. Students from Years 7 to 12 presented a variety of items, from concert bands, big bands, choirs, string ensembles and guitar ensembles to featured soloists, including Year 12 student Julian Ou performing the first movement from Elgar’s famous Cello Concerto Op. 85 with the full Senior Symphony Orchestra. The Finale involved over 240 students performing ‘O Fortuna’ from Carl Orff’s epic work Carmina Burana, and was a musically inspiring performance. Congratulations to all staff and students involved; they worked hard over a number of months to prepare for the performance. The evening was evidence of the high-performance learning community created within the Music Department. I would like to acknowledge the efforts and support given to me by Jared Furtado (Head of Choral and Wilson House Music Coordinator) and Anna Watson (Music Administrator), as well as the 30 music staff who are a part of our department. The Music Department is an extremely busy place and we are very lucky to have so many talented and dedicated music teachers at BGS. As the year comes to a close, I would like to thank the Senior student leaders for their time and contributions to music – in particular, Ned Wright-Smith (Captain of Music), and Julian Ou and Steven Alesi (Vice Captains of Music), who have been role models to many of the boys through their high-level of performance, as well as their leadership, enthusiasm and dedication to the program. Thanks also to the ensemble leaders for their contributions. Finally, to all Year 12 students, thank you for your contribution to the musical life of Brighton Grammar over many years; we wish you well in your future endeavours. Jamie Ransome Director of Music

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“Singing provides a true sense of light heartedness. If I sing when I’m alone, I feel wonderful. It’s freedom.” Andrea Bocelli

L A R O CH The number of parents who report that their sons are singing in the shower and the car is increasing! Moving into the second year of the structured ELC to Year 8 compulsory year level Choral Program was an exciting challenge. It has been a year of consolidating aspects of the program that worked well in 2016 as well as implementing changes to enhance the program. From our ELC sing-a-long class through to the more technically detailed compulsory program in Year 8, the Choral staff – Jeremy Martin, Nina Sofo, Kurt Abell, Frances Walker and Isaac Mouskovias – have ensured that material complements the classroom music programs of each year level. This has included incorporating contemporary, classical, musical theatre and Australian repertoire while covering the concepts of rhythm, harmony, sight-singing and aural skills. With more boys than ever participating in co-curricular choral activities, the abilities of Borwick House Choir, Middle School Choir and Senior Choir members to match pitch, learn and deliver harmony lines, develop projection and tone, and perform confidently have risen sharply. Performances over the year include special Chapel services, assemblies, the Melbourne Recital Centre Concert, speech nights and the annual carols services. We are looking forward to developing the Choral Program further in 2018, with the highlight being the biannual Choral Concert. Jared Furtado Head of Choral and Coordinator, Junior School Music

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l o o h c S e Middl e e t t i m m o C y t i r a Ch 2017 has been a bumper year for charity in the Middle School.

The community supported a range of causes, including Women for Women in Africa, the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation, Opportunity International, the Will Murray Foundation and St Mark’s Community Centre. The Middle School Charity Committee of Tom Burnell, Sam Funston, Will Biddick, Cas Payne and Henry Pearson enthusiastically helped organise and promote a range of events, from casual clothes and crazy hair days to the Ute Full of Food drive and the Projec10 Market Day.

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The highlight of Middle School fundraising was Projec10, during which the Year 7 boys developed their resourcefulness, independence and entrepreneurial skills to run their own fundraising initiatives, which culminated in the community Market Day. We are incredibly thankful for the generosity and support of all students, parents, teachers and guest speakers this year. Rob Hanley Middle School Charity Coordinator


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BGS Old Boy and CEO of Cathy Freeman Foundation Jamie Howden in a question and answer session hosted by Middle School Charity Committee representatives Henry Pearson and Cas Payne.

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l o o h c S r Senio e c i v r e S y t i n u m Com Brighton Grammar School has a strong tradition of giving back to the community. Boys across every section of the school work together to support those in need through a range of organised events and activities. As a school, we recognise the immense personal learning that the boys experience through their involvement in supporting local, national and international welfare. Student service is driven through a range of avenues, whether be it by individuals with a passion and purpose for a particular cause or a student-led group such as the Student Council. Our longstanding affiliation with St Mark’s Anglican Church, Fitzroy through our termly drive of food items and clothing (affectionately referred to as ‘Ute Full of

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Food’) continues. This year’s donation was the most generous to date. These and many other community service initiatives provide invaluable learning experiences and nurture a shared sense of global citizenship. The incredible fundraising results and willingness to serve reflects the boys’ commitment to helping others, and to making a positive and tangible impact upon the world in which we live. Deanne Cannizzaro Director of Resources (PE/Health and Outdoor Ed)


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Representation of the student voice has always been an important pillar in the student leadership model across the Middle and Senior Schools. Nominated representatives of the student body meet regularly to discuss their peers’ ideas and issues. This year, under the new student leadership model, the Student Wellbeing Committee (SWC) has been overseen by the ViceCaptain of Culture, Oliver Barden. Oliver has attended Council meetings, representing the Head of Senior School, and tabled ideas and initiatives – including a review of, and subsequent amendment to, the haircut policy! Captained by Alex Adams, with Callum Drake and Kevin Wang as Vice-Captains, the SWC has continued to raise the issues important to the boys. Cultivating student leadership remains a key priority for BGS. All members of the SWC have modelled excellent leadership and their contribution to the development of School spirit and community welfare is highly valued. Naomi Tham Senior School Psychologist

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MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT VOICE The Middle School Student Voice exists to improve life and wellbeing for boys in the Middle School and the community. Interested boys were invited to submit a letter of application, identifying why they wanted to get involved in the Student Voice and what they would do in their role. Meeting most Monday lunchtimes after their formal introduction at assembly, the group comprised Elijah Akinci, Toon Craps, Dylan Roberts and Jack Kissane in Year 7, and Sam Flockart, Andrew Penca, Charlie Catt and Milan Adams in Year 8. While the Middle School Student Voice was influential across the whole year, the creation of MSUPSTANDER was a highlight. The email account has been an enormous success since its inception, encouraging all boys to become ‘Upstanders’ against all forms of harassment and other negative behaviour. Thank you to all members of the Middle School Student Voice for an outstanding year. Ryan Barnett Middle School Student Voice Coordinator

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d n a g n i Debat g n i k a e p Public S It has been another busy and rewarding year of debating and public speaking. Approximately 80 Senior School students and 30 Middle School students enjoyed a variety of activities and events across the School. The boys were engaged and challenged by a number of interesting and thought-provoking topics that prompted them to build their public-speaking skills and confidence. Some of the highlights of this year include: • one of our C-Grade teams (Harry Barden, Patrick Liddle, Curtis Wilson, Lionel Wang and Josh Sum – all Year 10) placing at the top of the Brighton region in the DAV competition and proceeding to playoffs • Middle School students stepping out of their comfort zone to participate enthusiastically in the Brighton region DAV competition • the teacher versus student debate in the Senior School Library during Book Week • the stimulating topics for the public speaking competitions, including ‘My worst nightmare’ and ‘If I ruled the world’ • the introduction of Year 8 inter-class debating • the good-natured rivalry with Firbank during the interschool Middle School debating competition. Many of the boys achieved best speaker awards during the Senior and Junior DAV interschool competitions. Our internal public speaking competitions also attracted a high number of students in 2017. The subjects of the speeches were varied and impressive – for example, ‘G’day North Korea’ and ‘Voluntary euthanasia should be legalised’. The 2017 senior winner was David Lawlor (Year 12), who spoke on ‘Why the world needs global warming’. The intermediate winner was Harry Barden (Year 10). Paula Donnelly Coordinator of Debating 7–12

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Junior School e m i t h c Lun Clubs Lunchtime clubs in the Junior School provide a wonderful opportunity for boys to engage and connect with new interests and friendship groups. Activities run on different days throughout the week in the following areas: chess, science, design and technology, library, gardening, board games, art, music and sport. The clubs are supervised by Junior School teaching staff; however, our School Officers take on a strong leadership role, encouraging and guiding the younger boys.

Digital Leaders - Felix Wolfe

Passion is one of the School values that underpins all that we do as a community. For some of the boys, lunchtime football, soccer or cricket games are what they enjoy with a passion. For those who seek different challenges or to foster their passion in a different field, lunchtime clubs provide an alternative. Dean Bryan Deputy Head of Junior School Coding Club - Danny Regelman and Sam Longley

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t c e j o r P Legacy “Higher purpose leads to higher performance and successful change begins with a values-based, vision-led, purpose driven mindset – and ends without it.” James Kerr, Legacy A pilot program, the Legacy Project, was introduced in 2017. The program’s purpose is to develop student leadership and culture at BGS and we are working in conjunction with James Kerr, business consultant and author of the global bestseller Legacy: What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life.

School’s culture of belonging, as well as representing hopes and ambitions. Initially, the trunks held a semester goal. However, in Term 3, each student wrote down a limiting pattern or belief that they wanted to let go of, and placed these notes in the trunks. On the final day of the term, the boys burned the notes in a powerful symbolic act.

From the outset at Big Fella Camp, the student leadership group set an agenda based on the principles of high performance. Student-led assemblies and guest speakers, including Trevor Hendy (Australian Ironman Champion), Nick Maxwell (former Collingwood FC premiership captain) and Holly Ransom (CEO of Emergent), focused on messages of change and excellence.

The Senior boys took the initiative to operationalise the School’s strategy areas – of learning, being, creating and playing – through four archetypes: magician, warrior, caregiver and sage. Each archetype represents a part of every boy’s character and the boys are using them as reminders of how they can learn about and develop different parts of themselves.

Chantology and rituals, such as the use of the four trunks at the base of the Oak, have continued to strengthen the

No culture is built in a year and we look forward to the growth of the School’s legacy in the years to come.

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Nick Maxwell, former Collingwood FC premiership captain, with the boys. Trevor Hendy, Australian Ironman Champion.

Holly Ransom, CEO of Emergent, talked about the courage zone.

Nick Maxwell shared his thoughts on change and excellence.

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F O S E T I R PASSAGE During 2017, the first ever BGS Year 10 Rites of Passage (RoP) program was delivered in close association with Dr Arne Rubinstein, author of the Making of Men, and designer and key facilitator of hundreds of Rites of Passage experiences for young men over the past 20 years. The RoP is the pinnacle of the Making of Men program and expands on the work Dr Rubinstein is doing across the School. Prior to delivery of the program, a significant number of Senior School staff were given the opportunity to participate in a three-day residential training course in the RoP. This was a powerful and unifying experience for the staff and gave them some insight into what the boys would experience at their RoP. It also helped to embed the RoP into staff language and experience, and will stand us, as a community, in good stead for the RoP program in the years ahead. Special thanks to all staff who were able to be there. In August, a group of 16 boys and their fathers elected to be involved in the first BGS RoP program, which took place in the hinterland near Mullumbimby in northern NSW. Under the guidance of Dr Rubinstein and his team, with Dr Ray Swann and myself as representatives of the BGS community, the boys undertook some real, raw and honest conversations covering a wide variety of topics. Some deep thinking and acceptance of challenge was required of the boys as they began their transition into young men. In the beautiful, if rustic, surrounds, these 16 young men and their fathers deepened their bonds and established new connections across the group, which will help support their growth and underpin their success in the future. Upon their return to BGS, the boys were celebrated and acknowledged as young men by their families and the wider community. It is anticipated that the 2018 RoP program will be huge in comparison. However, the 2017 RoP was a unique opportunity, embraced by a number of families, and will likely have a profound impact on the Brighton community for years to come. Peter Shepard Director of Operations, 7–VCE

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Duke of d r a w A s ’ h g r u b n Edi The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is an internationally recognised program that is revered worldwide. its awardees demonstrate certain characteristics. Participation in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program tells a story to the wider community: You didn’t wait for your break; you made it happen for yourself. You have not let a fear of failure or a fear of comparison or a fear of judgement stop you from doing the things that will make you great – for often it is those activities that are difficult, uncomfortable and scary that pay off in the long run. Participants are required to complete four sections at each level: Service, Skill, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey. At BGS, we are extremely proud of every boy who has committed to the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program. In 2017, the achievements of over 80 boys will be recognised

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with a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award, marking the end of an impressive chapter and, in many ways, the very beginning of what their lives will be. As a Gold Awardee myself, I am honoured and completely humbled to be able to empower boys at BGS to also trust their own voice, ideas, ability and resilience through experiential and transformational learning via this program. It is these qualities and attributes that will enable the ‘Duke of Ed’ boys to change the world around them, in small ways and in big, and I greatly look forward to being a part of the future they will shape. Natalka Kostraby Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator


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7 1 0 2 r u o China T On the last day of Term 1, nine boys between Years 9 and 11, and two teachers, boarded a plane bound for China to spend two weeks immersed in the culture and language. Not only did the new culture captivate our minds, but our tastebuds were also taken on a journey by the variety of local cuisines discovered in each town and city, from delicious crunchyskinned duck to ‘interesting’ street food in the form of scorpions and other bugs. In Beijing, we enjoyed spending two days hiking on the Great Wall, but the real highlight was the shopping and ‘optimistic’ haggling skills we quickly developed. The rich history in Xian was evident at the 2000-year-old Terracotta Warriors. After a quick stop in Shanghai, we travelled at over 300km/h by train to Hangzhou, where we were to spend our second week attending Guancheng Middle School. Our language skills were tested as we attended classes on the culture of Chinese tea and art, martial arts, IT and science. Our fitness and coordination were also challenged during morning exercises and lunchtime soccer games. Even after such a short time, it was difficult to say goodbye to our hosts and classmates. Cameron Taylor Head of e-Learning (7–12)

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l o o h c S Middle r u o T l l Footba

During the first week of the midyear holidays, 58 boys headed to Tasmania for the fourth running of the Middle School Football Tour. While stationed in Hobart for the five-day tour, football took centre stage, with games against Hutchins School and St Virgil’s College, and a visit to the iconic Bellerive Oval. A good deal of fun was also had at MONA and its surrounds, Zone 3 Laser Games and Time Zone, and atop Mt Wellington. Historic Port Arthur provided a fascinating day trip. Since it first ran in 2004, this trip has provided boys from both Years 7 and 8 the chance to bond during their first years of competitive APS football. This year was no different. Witnessing the boys enjoying each other’s company under the BGS banner, I feel optimistic about the upcoming footy seasons. Thanks must go to staff Robert Shaw, Kathryn Counihan, Louise Carroll and Travis Hopgood, and Year 7 parents Chris Ryan and Matthew Toms, for their time, dedication and care of the boys while we were away. Tim Marshall Year 7 Head of House Head of Junior Secondary Sport and Activities

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i t i p a k i Mil This year, eight Year 6 boys joined with a number of students from Firbank Grammar to visit the Milikapiti School on Melville Island.

the important historical and cultural sites on Melville Island. Our first crocodile sighting at Karslake caused great excitement; failing to catch any fish on numerous fishing expeditions was a little disappointing.

In its ninth year, this exchange plays an important role in building an understanding of and respect for Indigenous culture. It also includes a service component, with the BGS and Firbank students assisting the Milikapiti teachers and students in their classrooms.

A highpoint of the trip was the Jilamara Cultural Centre, where we were exposed to the rich history, customs and art of the Tiwi peoples.

Flying in to Melville Island on a small charter flight raised the nerves of the Melbourne kids, but when we landed, we were greeted by the shouts of Milikapiti students welcoming us, and the nerves quickly dissipated. The first-night disco allowed the visitors to meet all of the local students and teachers, not to mention show off their amazing dance moves! Outside the classroom, the students spent time visiting

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Boys being boys, our visits to Taracumbi Falls and the Nine Mile swimming hole both deteriorated into mud fights (I won’t pretend I didn’t get a little involved!). While we experienced so many amazing adventures on this trip, the highlight was the many friendships that formed. As we departed Milikapiti, so many of our newfound friends waved off us. Luke Fensling Year 6 Investigator Teacher Coaching Cluster Coordinator


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JUNIOR E S U O H L O O SCH N O I T I T E P M CO In the Junior School, House competitions incorporate a ‘whole school’ approach, involving events and activities across a range of curriculum areas and levels. Boys participate in House competitions in the following areas: General Knowledge, Cross Country, Public Speaking, Athletics, Chess/Checkers, Swimming, Maths, Tabloid Sports, Spelling, Writing and Poetry. Weekly and term winners are also determined from points gained in class and specialist lessons. Houses compete for the Pemberton Shield, an award named after Mr R. L. Pemberton in recognition of his outstanding contribution and service to the life of Brighton Grammar School as a student, Old Boy (1971) and teacher. Involvement in House activities provides valuable opportunities for boys to learn some of life’s important skills and understandings from each other, including:

• sportsmanship and playing by the rules • respect for team mates, the opposition and officials • team work, cooperation and getting along with others • good decision-making – making the right choices, and understanding the consequences associated with those choices and the impact they may have on others • responsibility – for yourself and your team mates • pride in your performance – striving always to do your best • appropriate standards of behaviour in various settings. Older boys take on a strong leadership role, encouraging and guiding the younger boys. House competition provides motivation for the boys to work together and strive towards a common goal. A strong sense of School spirit is evident. Dean Bryan Deputy Head of Junior School

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e s u o H L O O H C S E L D MID l a r o t s a p s e i t i v i act To maintain House tradition, boys are placed in the same House as their brother or father. Boys represent the House in a variety of sporting, fundraising, academic and other competitions that culminate in the awarding of the House Championship to the most successful House. Boys wear their House badge on their blazer, and remain in their House until the completion of their Secondary Schooling. The MS House merit system ensures a respectful learning environment that is safe, positive and supportive for all boys. It is strongly held that every boy in the Middle School has the right to be secure and to be respected. Boys are taught to care for themselves and their classmates, and to accept their responsibility for making the School a happy place for everyone.

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Through the program, boys are encouraged and expected to be kind and tolerant, to speak politely, to express their gratitude, and to seek ways to genuinely enhance the experience of being a member of the Middle School. Staff members approach pastoral care in a positive, proactive way with the aim of guiding the boys in the development of self-discipline. The Middle School House merit system recognises positive learning behaviours and encourages boys to learn from their mistakes. Travis Hopgood Deputy Head – Middle School


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e s u o H L O O H C S E L D MID R r E e P p S s O o R r P p s e i t i v i t c a This is the third year that the ‘PROSPER’ program has been delivered in the Middle School, and it continues to evolve while remaining a central component of our Growth and Wellbeing program. All of the boys in Years 7 and 8 participate in PROSPER classes for a total of 90 minutes each week, and we are extremely fortunate to have the tranquil Wellbeing Centre on our doorstep. PROSPER is an acronym for Positive Emotions, Relationships, Outcomes, Strengths, Purpose, Engagement and Resilience, and the boys engage in a range of activities to explore these themes. The intention of the classes is to ensure that boys are equipped with social and emotional tools that enable them to flourish, live purposeful lives and manage adversity. The Year 7 program continues to focus on facets of wellbeing that promote a smooth transition to secondary schooling, while providing a kitbag of social and emotional skills. The boys explored emotions, building personal strengths, developing positive relationships, growth mindset, gratitude and resilience. In addition, they are involved in Peer Coaching, during which they are encouraged to set goals and plan a pathway with actions to achieve their targets. The final plank of the program is the MindUp mindfulness course, which develops their understanding and practice of mindfulness techniques. It is great to observe the stillness of the Learning Commons on a Wednesday morning as the boys undertake their core mindfulness practice. In the Year 8 PROSPER program the boys explore more sophisticated wellbeing notions, including happiness and positive purpose in their lives, developing strengths and aspects of self. In the latter part of the year, the focus shifts to study skills, stress management and resilience to

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support the boys as they head towards formal assessments at the end of the year. This year, the boys were also introduced to the .b mindfulness program, with the aim of honing their skills in this area and promoting a deeper understanding and more regular practice. The Year 8 cohort also participate in Peer Coaching to promote regular goal-setting behaviour. All of the Middle School boys engaged very positively with the PROSPER program in 2017. The Weekly Reflection sheets indicate that they are accommodating the ideas and putting them into practice on a regular basis. Peter Furey Coordinator, Growth and Wellbeing (Middle School)


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e s u o H L O O H C S E L D D I M T R O P S s e i t i v i t c a The House Competition was fiercely contested in 2017, and culminated in all six Houses winning at least one of the 13 events throughout the year. In the classroom, Dixon came out on top with the highest number of Merit points achieved over the four terms. The House Trivia event, run separately for the year levels later in the year, produced a tie, with Armstrong and Crowther sharing the spoils. House Chess also went to Crowther, with Year 7s Toon Craps remaining undefeated throughout the tournament. In the Library, the inaugural ‘Game of Loans’ spectacular saw Hancock out-read their rivals. On the sporting front, Crowther claimed the combined 7–12 House Swimming event at MSAC, with the Year 7s and 8s swimming superbly. The skies turned black for the House Athletics but we got through, with Rofe dominating the meet for the second year straight. A string of smaller

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events before the end of the year included victories to Rofe (Puzzling), School (Futsal) and Dixon (Lawn Bowls). Special mention must go to our six House Leaders – their organisation and leadership was most impressive. Thank you to Dylan Goodger (Armstrong), Patrick Gu (Crowther), Declan Hayes (Dixon), Sam Stewart (Hancock), Connor Marriott (Rofe) and Ben Sullivan (School). Congratulations to the ever-consistent Dixon House, who claimed this year’s House Championship!

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N O X I D For Dixon House, 2017 has been a year full of enthusiasm and success. Whether it be through the House coming together and voting in the ‘Duke’ mascot to the Year 12s reaching the summit of Mt Bogong before any other House and the Dixon boys competing viciously in the streetball tournament, the keenness and willingness of all the boys to put their hands up and help out the House has been inspiring. House events with the Middle School boys – and swimming in particular – have highlighted the passion that the boys have for their House, irrespective of their year level. This passion has transcended into other areas of the School, with a multitude of Dixon boys excelling in the classroom as well as beyond. We received a commendable 3rd place in the Cock House Cup, but I have no doubt that the passion displayed by the boys for their House will manifest into even greater levels of success in the future. Go the Dixon Dukes! Lachlan Ewers Dixon House Captain

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R OF E It has been a very successful year for Rofe, even if our results didn’t reflect it in the Cock House results table. We were very competitive in most House activities, which was a goal of the House at the start of the year. The highlight of our Rofe year was certainly the streetball victory by the Year 11s and 12s. Although not a very tall team, we weren’t intimidated and our passion for the House carried us through. In front of a full house, we played a starstudded undefeated Dixon team and got over the line in a thriller. While some of our performances could have been better, the future for Rofe is looking good. The younger Senior School Rofe boys are creating a good culture, which will leave Rofe House in good stead for many years to come. Over the last couple of years, the House barbecue has become a more regular activity. Boys are thoroughly enjoying this chance to get to know their peers and teachers better. I would like to thank all the boys who volunteered their time in House swimming, athletics and many other activities. I would also like to thank Vicecaptains Callum Furey and Jack Carlson, who were very easy to work with throughout the year. It was a pleasure leading all the boys in 2017. Thanks also to all House Tutors and our Head of House, Graeme Harris. Paddy Inglis Rofe House Captain

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L O O H SC Another busy year for the boys in red. For me, 2017 shone a light on the tight year group that was the Year 12 School House boys. I think it is fair to say that the Year 12 boys who have been together since Year 9 Science class have stepped up to drive School House closer than ever as a group. The boys encouraged success not just in the pool or on the athletics track but also in areas that are not often measured. I was so proud to see the younger boys engaging with the role modelling from older boys in School House this year, especially in areas such as organisation, mature behaviour and just being a general mate around the quad. It is this connection that will turn boys into men, and I think that School House has come a long way in this regard. The enthusiasm throughout the House this year was outstanding, with all House events being easily filled with keen competitors. The connection that is growing in this House is something to be excited about because you can feel that Cock House Cup success is just around the corner. I would like to thank all the staff members and all boys who gave their best this year. I am sure the Year 11 group will go on to lead this great House on to bigger and better things in 2018. Thank you for an awesome year. Tom Haddon School House Captain

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G N O R T S M R A Hopeful for a successful year for Armstrong, I sat down with Max Bowyer and Sasha Parsons to set goals we wished to achieve as a House in 2017. Excited and with a burning desire to implement new ideas and leave a legacy for the younger Armstrong boys, our venture for the Cock House Cup began. In every opportunity that arose, the boys demonstrated their abilities in a variety of different events, both

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academic and sporting. In some, Armstrong was immensely successful, such as a 1st place finish in athletics. Learning from past performances and efforts demonstrated earlier in the year by the boys, we played to our strengths in an effort to maximise our success. A poor swimming performance didn’t hinder our quest; in fact, it only spurred us on. In activities such as debating and the science quiz, Armstrong dominated. We are pleased by the efforts demonstrated year-round and, as a

leadership group, would like to wish Armstrong the best of luck in the years to come. Every Armstrong boy should feel encouraged to participate in as many House activities as possible – the opportunities are like no other. 2017 will be a year to remember for the Year 12 boys and the comradery of Armstrong House will be sorely missed. Thanks to everyone for their efforts. Sam Kastrinakis Armstrong House Captain


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R E H T CR O W The first big House event of the year was swimming. Crowther had won the last three years so the pressure was on. Of the senior boys, Year 12 Harry Hynes swam a courageous freestyle race, and Year 11s Charlie Hayes, Tristan Hutchins and Nick Hutchins made great contributions. Best swimmer for Year 9 was Charlie Lamont. In a joint meet with the Middle School, Crowther drew on huge efforts from our Year 8s, who won both their freestyle relay events. This, added to our Year 11A freestyle relay win and enabled Crowther to edge out Hancock to make it a ‘four-peat’ of House swimming championships. The Russell Waring Cup, inaugurated in 1926, will sit for another year in possession of Crowther House. The ‘Nitro-style’ House athletics events spanned three lunchtimes and the boys rallied together, knowing that a place in the top three would position us well for the remainder of the year. We knew our team wouldn’t be able to take out top spot, but the strong Crowther culture enabled us to take 3rd overall – a great achievement by the boys. Importantly, the Houses continued to make charity fundraising a focus in conjunction with athletics. For Crowther, money was raised for Will Murray’s rehabilitation by Matt Leadbeater, Harry Hynes and Archie Hynes, who sold (and soon sold out of!) confectionary.

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Although always a highlight, this year, Crowther House Chapel was, in the words of many, “the best student-run Chapel or Assembly ever”. Jonty Leadbeater began the service by performing the Pink Floyd song ‘Wish You Were Here’, and students then used the song to contemplate decision-making and its consequences. Brad Marais read and interpreted Robert Frost’s famous poem ‘The Road Not Taken’, Simon Farrow provided a Biblical context, and Matt Speirs reflected on good and bad decisions he had made in his schooling. I concluded the service from a light-hearted angle. Throughout the remainder of the year, the Crowther boys performed consistently well in other sporting and academic events, including winning the Senior futsal soccer tournament as well as placing strongly in the science quiz. A House barbecue held at the end of Term 2 lifted the boys’ spirits for the holiday break as well as bringing together all the year levels, further developing the tightknit community and ‘family’ feel within Crowther House. The Year 12s, including Captain Sam Grose and Vice Captains

Xavier Pym and Simon Farrow, were determined to leave behind a legacy, including the core values of determination and leadership, to set up Crowther for the future. In an incredible year of great success, Crowther House took out the Cock House Cup, once again becoming the top House in the Senior School and regaining our assembly seats upstairs for next year. Mr Sainsbery’s outstanding organisation and leadership kept the boys in good stead for the year – a huge thanks goes to him as well as all boys in Years 9–12 who contributed to the outstanding accomplishments of Crowther in 2017. Sam Grose Crowther House Captain


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K C O C HAN Being Hancock House Captain this year has been a privilege I will cherish forever. The opportunity to lead my peers and develop not only as a leader but as a mate is something I am eternally grateful for. This year, in my opinion, Hancock was stronger than ever before. We did not achieve our best result, as we finished 2nd in the Cock House Cup, but the bonding and community of Hancock excelled. I personally witnessed Year 12s helping Year 9s with homework and was astounded when a Year 10 boy had the courage to speak to me about his subject choices. Growing up in the Senior School, the thought of a Year 10 version of myself speaking to a Year 12 is daunting, but being a part of the cultivation of a culture where this is possible is something I will be proud of forever. I could not have done this without the help of my two Vice Captains, Jack Mason and Joe Micari. These boys, weighted by their own responsibilities, somehow managed to come together each week and help me with whatever I needed. Ultimately, none of the work that myself, Jack and Joe put in would mean anything if it wasn’t for the amazing Head of House, Meg Adem. Congratulations to all Hancock valedictorians, and I urge all of the boys in our footsteps to set the bar even higher than we have. Go Cockers! Oscar Donald Hancock House Captain

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The Prep to Year 6 Religious Education program endeavours to engage, inform and challenge students with content and learning experiences that are relevant, useful and fun. Holistic education is emphasised. The Chaplain’s role is to develop and nurture the spiritual dimension of each boy, encouraging him to explore, ask probing questions and expand his spiritual horizons. Junior School Chapel occurs once a week at St Andrew’s Church. The aim of the service is to inspire boys to Christian living and principles, equipping them with the tools to live virtuous lives and empowering them to be well-rounded participants in the modern world.

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The Chapel themes and addresses endeavour to align themselves with the values and themes being covered each week during the boys’ mindfulness and circle times. This ensures that the topics are engaging, relevant, meaningful and personally challenging. Qualities such as compassion, forgiveness, leadership, gratitude, friendship and love are some of the concepts covered during 2017. Weekly Religious Education classes provide an opportunity to unpack these concepts further, ensuring that boys develop emotionally, spiritually and intellectually, both individually and socially. Many of the boys enjoy serving in Chapel, singing in the choir or participating in the service in less formal ways. Father Chester Lord Junior School Chaplain


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2 1 7 l e p Cha “I will go unto the altar of God, even unto the God of my joy and gladness; and upon the harp will I give thanks unto you, my strength and my redeemer.” So begins the prayers of preparations for servers and those involved in the rituals of Chapel each week. These prayers may not always be said, but the intention to engage with a mystery, to give thanks and to offer a joyful activity always rings true. The office of Chapel is a core event within the weekly calendar of the School; it is the veritable hub around which all things gravitate. This is true regardless of individual interpretation or perception. This is what it means to affirm God as that which is beyond individual whim or manipulation. Throughout the year, key events of the Christian story, and those of our national identity, are celebrated and honoured. Events such as Easter, ANZAC Day, Fathers’ Day and Mothers’ Day, and the commissioning of leaders, stand alongside the concerns raised by student leaders during House Chapel. Through these events, we acknowledge and proclaim who we are as a School and the values for which we stand. So we affirm that life in all its fullness is to be embraced with hope and respect. Father Tony Poole Senior Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies

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g n i l l e s Coun The BGS Counselling Department has the registered psychologists who specialise in supporting children and young people to achieve academic success, psychological health, and social and emotional wellbeing.

We work directly with children and adolescents and their families who may be facing specific challenges, as well as providing some small-group programs that support the wellbeing and resilience of students with identified needs. Consulting with teachers in terms of effective behaviour management within the classroom is also a priority. The School psychologists work closely with external professionals and other organisations with which our students may be linked (for example, paediatricians, psychiatrists, family therapists, clinical psychologists). The Counselling Department organised a number of wellbeing events throughout the year. In particular, we recognised the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, and RU OK? Day. The Junior and Middle School students engaged in various anti-bullying activities, with the focus on being an ‘upstander’ rather than a bystander.

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The Middle School Wellbeing Committee handed out icypoles to students as a reminder to ‘put a freeze on bullying’. Earlier in Term 3, the Year 6 students attended a presentation by cybersafety expert Susan McLean. The presentation covered various topics, including: personal online safety; fact versus fiction with regards to popular sites for young people and how to minimise risk; misuse of mobile phones, digital devices and blogs (including legal consequences); being a good digital citizen; and how to deal with cyberbullying. Olivia Tims Head of Psychological Services


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s t n e d u t s l a n o i Internat Once uncertain, Once confused, Once ‘lost’ in a foreign land Once, and still confronting, difficulties living in a new environment. As international students, here at Brighton Grammar, we grow, foster, and familiarise ourselves with our setting every day. For many years, international boys have arrived, joined in and graduated at BGS. Their footprints have shaped the School into a multicultural environment where all cultures and customs are respected. We have become one family, made up of Chinese, Japanese and French families – from a tiny seed to the mighty Oak. The International Committee, as well as the International Parents’ Support Group, has evolved into a body that fosters a smooth transition for all arrivals to this school community.

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Challenges for international students are many. Fortunately, BGS endeavours to make the process of arrival and settling in less daunting. International students have the support of the staff and, most importantly, the support of one another. The EAL teachers provide a range of support for the students, under the guidance of Jo Ellis. Maggie Lynch provides solutions for homestays, helps parents form new friendships, and also gives advice about subject selections, parent–teacher nights and many other activities. School Marshal Jason Bain’s dedication guarantees that there are no forms of racial discrimination present among the School body, and the House Tutors, Heads of House and others provide international students with a sense of belonging. This year, we were able to set up the first International Parents’ Fundraising Group. Via a dumpling sale during House Athletics, the group raised over $600 for the Robert


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Connor Dawes foundation. For many years, we have attempted to organise such activities, to grant international parents the opportunity to share time with the boys during a School fundraising activity, and to give them a sense of the warmth that draws the community together. Multiple parent gatherings were organised by Maggie Lynch this year to provide opportunities for new friendships and a smooth transition to life in this awesome country. In future years, interschool activities are on the agenda with our sister school, Firbank Grammar, to help international students broaden their horizons. As Captain of the International Students, I was often asked how long it took me to ‘integrate’ into the Australian school community. I responded that it may take a year to learn the basics of the English language and a few more to gain an appreciation of its complexities. But to fully fit in, it

requires all of us to adventure out of our comfort zones. For some fortunate ones, they found their talent in sport, music, chess. For some others, it might take them a bit longer to figure out that they are not going to take a bath – despite being told to bring ‘bathers’. However, ultimately, the School appreciates who we really are, champions our differences and recognises our vibrancies. Eventually, we will realise that all the time we spent together here at Brighton Grammar School was worthwhile. Faber est suae quisque fortunae. (Every man is the artisan of his own fortune.) Michael Wang Captain of the International Students

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g n i l l e s n u o C r e e Car This was a year of change and renewal for Careers Services. The new Student Services area opened in Term 2, bringing together a number of different student support areas that were previously found in separate locations across the School. Student Services now encompasses general counselling, careers counselling, learning strategies, VCE information and the health centre, offering students a one-stop shop for various learning and pastoral needs. Another significant milestone in Careers was the launch of the BGS Student Careers Website: http:// studentcareers.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/. The website became an integral part of the Morrisby Report feedback sessions for Year 10 students, who were encouraged to work through one of the features, the Career Investigator. This feature requires students to research three different career choices/occupations and record what they discover. The program then generates the student’s Action Plan Summary Report, which can be updated and modified as they progress through VCE. Year 11 students also became familiar with the website, using its tools to create resumés for this year’s Job Skills Workshop. Importantly, students do not require a log-in to access the website and can search a variety of information relating to tertiary courses, apprenticeships and careers. Dr Sophie Keele Careers Counsellor Associate Researcher, Crowther

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School s ’ l a h s r a M report Boys tend to thrive in an environment where there is a high standard of discipline. One of my many roles as School Marshal is to oversee discipline at BGS. When I explain this, one of the first things most people ask is, “Are you the one that gives the boys detention?” I find that people often get the terms ‘discipline’ and ‘punishment’ confused. Punishment is the result of poor discipline. The flip side to this is that success is the result of strong discipline and we certainly have our share of success at BGS. We deserve this success because, as a school, we strive to maintain the high standards of discipline that we have set for ourselves. Boys tend to thrive in an environment where there is a high standard of discipline because they need boundaries and rules to regulate their behaviour – not because they are inherently ‘bad’ but because teenage boys in particular tend to struggle to find their place within a group. Discipline helps to level the playing field by bringing the group into some sort of alignment; this, in turn, creates a sense of a team that can become successful. I have called in over 6000 boys to examinations this year, and their demeanour and approach is evidence of the standards of discipline we have set. Next time I am asked whether I am the one that gives the boys detentions, I will answer, “Occasionally I might, but I would like to feel that I’ve also helped to oversee their success.” Jason Bain School Marshal

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T R O P S L O O H C S R O JUNI It was another busy year of sport in the Junior School. As always, there was a strong emphasis on team, working together and striving towards a common goal. Boys in Prep to Year 6 competed together in the House Cross Country, Athletics and Tabloid Sports. Although we celebrated our champions, our focus was on giving your best. Boys of all abilities worked extremely hard to achieve their best possible results. Boys in Years 3 and 4 enjoyed their weekly involvement in Sport, with the chance to try out a wide variety of sports, as well as to compete against St Kevin’s College once a

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term. These boys also participated in the House Swimming Carnival early in the year. The Years 5 and 6 boys made the most of the weekly interschool contests in APS Sport, applying themselves in training and games to best prepare them for their fixture. These boys also lead from the front in the House Swimming Carnival. We had many successes individually and as a team in 2017. A highlight was the performance of the junior teams in the State Relays. All three Junior School 4 x 100-m relay teams had qualified to compete and they trained extremely hard. The 10 Years boys ran brilliantly and, with unbelievable baton changes, charged home to win the gold medal


by almost a second. Jake Ring, Harrison Gibbins, Seb Naccarella, Edward Mitrevski and Luke Sexton (reserve) handled the pressure of their first SSV State Athletics Championships without a hiccough. The 11 Years team had their work cut out, but knew they were a chance for gold, if they could achieve clean baton changes. The ever-so-slight improvements in their changes from the heat took them to the lead and they were able to clinch gold in an incredible race. Cade Segar, Harry George, Elden Zeng, Will Stretch and Hugo Richey (reserve) combined composure with pure aggression to claim their first SSV State Athletics gold medal.

The 12/13 Years team looked like boys among men. With this age group spanning two years, the difference in size and strength between some of the competitors was stark. Justin Krok, Oliver Goodger, Matthew Hogg, Brayden Hope and Sam Heron (reserve) were thrilled to pull off an amazing run and claim bronze in an extremely fast final. Above all else, demonstrating sportsmanship, teamwork, good decision marking, pride in performance and appropriate standards of behaviour was the priority for the Brighton Grammar Junior School boys in Sport. Ben Ryan Primary Sports Coordinator

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Swimming Year Level Champions - Cooper Chilcott, James Tan, Jinheon Kim, Lachlan Paino

TATIVES N E S E R P E R L A N IO NAT Cross Country Skiing – Will Middlemiss Hockey – Brad Marais Athletics – Tristan Scheirs, Aaron Leferink Swimming – Julian Wilson Rugby – Oliver Barden Snowsports – Nick Anson, Flynn Cooper, Corey Gendal, Hudson Hallinan, Noah Jones, Toby Jones, Max Mailing, Jake Ring, Reece Smart, Harry Thom, Martin Yang Motorsport – Nic Carroll Karate – Xavier Martin DanceSports – Jaxon Putland Football – Justin Krok

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Sailing – Matty Goss


ATIVES STATE REPRESENT Soccer – Noah McGrath Cricket – Nathan Murphy, Henry Pearson Indoor Cricket – Brendan Riddell Swimming – Lachie Jackett-Simpson, Charlie Lamont, Luke Matthews, Harry Preston, Ewan Smith, Julian Wilson Diving – Luca Jarvis Water Polo – Will Paynter, Oliver Robertson Hockey – Brad Marais, Craig Marais Ice Hockey – AJ Harris, Aidan McDonald, Landon Penca Tennis – Connor Hipwell Craig Marais

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Jaxon Putland

Athletics – Max Absalom, James Bourne, Finn Campigli, Jonah Campigli, Robert Capp, Anthony Evans, Sam Fitzgerald, Harry George, Harrison Gibbins, Oliver Goodger, Cam Hathway, Sam Heron, Charlie Hicks, Matthew Hogg, Brayden Hope, Jamie Hope, Justin Krik, Will Lam, Aaron Leferink, Tom Marriott, Will Middlemiss, Edward Mitrevski, Seb Nacarella, Archie Perkins, Hugo Richey, Jake Ring, Tristan Scheirs, Cade Segar, Luke Sexton, William Stretch, Jack Summerfield, Jackson Sweet, Elden Zeng Cycling – Tom Benton Football – Darby Hipwell, Nathan Murphy Touch Football – Henry Moir Rugby – James Fisher, Cameron Glasgow, Max Markham, Christopher Webster Slopestyle – Daniel Abbott, Ethan Gendala, Michael Jonker, Daniel Smith

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n o t n i m Bad JUNIOR School Year 5 The Year 5 Badminton season started off with an enthusiastic bunch of boys with mixed abilities. However, after a couple of training sessions involving learning the rules, assorted drills practising skills and mock match rotations we were ready to face our first APS opponents. The boys were divided into the Red and Blue teams, which were subject to changes each week. Overall, the two teams won the majority of their games this season. Through hard work, passion and teamwork it was obvious and pleasing to see all the boys grow in confidence, competence and ability, which in turn enabled them to enjoy their badminton experiences even more. Whether travelling or hosting matches at home, the boys displayed a willingness to give of their very best and admirable sportsmanship at all times and made BGS proud. Special mention must be made of the Most Outstanding Players, James Mannion (Red Team) and Andrew McGreggor (Blue Team) and the Best Team Players, Jerry Zheng (Red Team) and Alistair Liddle (Blue Team). Chester Lord and David Turner Year 5 Badminton Coaches

Year 6 The Year 6 Badminton teams displayed excellent sportsmanship, teamwork and organisation throughout the season. Skills developed as the season progressed and overall team results were consistent and positive, with many wins. Congratulations to all the boys on a successful season. Most Outstanding Player for the Red Team was Terrence Wang and Best Team Player was David Yang. William Sun was the Most Outstanding Player for the Blue Team and Ayrton D’Alessandro was the Best Team Player. Monica Le Couteour and Shelly Turek Year 6 Badminton Coaches

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The 2016–2017 Middle School badminton season was a huge success. Led by Victor Luo and Oscar Lo, the Year 7 and 8 team proved a dominant force. Boys embraced this sport with professionalism and a sense of fun. The competition gave them wonderful insight into the tactics of the game. Each boy had times recorded throughout the season, and displayed constant improvement. In particular, the less experienced students managed to improve their personal best times week after week. After five rounds of competition, our team remains undefeated, with a majority of wins being by convincing margins. Grit, determination and sticking to a game plan helped the boys to a terrific victory. The boys’ passion, willingness to listen and desire to involve all their teammates made both teams a pleasure to coach. Congratulations to Harrison Svensen, Tony Ma, Victor Luo, Oscar Lo, Josh Foulds and Ryan Dang, who all received awards after extremely successful seasons. Linda Chen Teacher in Charge, Middle School Badminton

SENIOR SCHOOL The popularity of badminton has been growing immensely at BGS. In 2017, a plethora of boys wanted to try out the sport and additional teams were formed. A strong foundation of players from all years looks good for the future of this competitive sport. In the top divisions, badminton has not been as successful as other sports at BGS; nonetheless, it is promising to have so many enthusiastic players. A number of veterans are returning to help coach and motivate these players, establishing pathways for them to succeed in future. Lachlan Foy (Year 12) Badminton Captain GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Cricket Junior School Year 6 The enthusiasm and effort displayed by the 6A and 6B cricket teams during training and matches was rewarded by continual improvement each week. Oliver Howell received 6A Most Outstanding Player. Not only did he perform well with bat and ball, but his leadership was evident every week. Nate Stroud was the recipient of 6A Best Team Player for his exceptional organisation, sportsmanship and teamwork. Max Nannes was awarded 6B Most Outstanding Player for leading by example in his bowling, fielding, batting and attitude. Xavier Martin was awarded 6B Best Team Player for his skills and his positive, focused approach at training and during match play. Both teams enjoyed a successful season, and represented BGS with pride and passion. Monica Le Couteur, Luke Fensling and Dean Bryan Year 6 Cricket Coaches

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Year 5 Thirty-five Year 5 boys participated eagerly at training and in matches. Impressively, it was not long before the 5A boys were able to run the practice nets themselves. The A team, led by Charlie Wood (Most Outstanding Player) and Gus Calder (Best Team Player), played to a very high standard. The 5 Blues players all made pleasing progress throughout the season, with Harry Pollock (Most Outstanding Player) and Hugo Richey (Best Team Player) providing strong leadership for their teammates. Fletcher Hall (Most Outstanding Player) and wicketkeeper Henry Abbott (Best Team Player) ensured that the 5 Reds made a strong showing in each of their fixtures. Paul Gurry, Rick Pemberton and David Turner Year 5 Cricket Coaches

MIDDLE School For the first time in many years, the Middle School Cricket Program fielded seven teams, with a fourth team introduced at Year 7 level. Despite being a short Term 1 season for the Year 7 boys, they adapted quickly to APS Saturday Sport and represented the School with great pride. Highlights of the season included a number of back-to-back 7C1 and 7C2 games on the Junior School Oval, during which the atmosphere was electric. The introduction of a post-game barbecue was well received. There was fierce competition for selection in the 7A side, which in turn resulted in a very strong 7B team. Both teams had their fair share of success, largely due to the boys’ attitude and persistence during weekly morning training sessions. Forty-two Year 8 boys returned for their second season of Middle School Cricket to represent the three sides entered. Off the back of a very strong 2016 campaign, the boys again did well with bat and ball across the 8A, 8B and 8C levels, despite injuries to key players during the season. The key feature of this year group is their closeness on and off the field; they take great pride in the GRAMMARIAN 2017

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SENIOR School Seven Senior School teams played in the 2016/17 cricket season. Boys from Year 9 all the way through to Year 12 represented the School in the 1st XI. The team finished 5th overall with 6 wins, but could have finished much higher. The top-of-the-table clash with Scotch in the last round before Christmas was an example of our ability to fight through tough situations; however, the result was indicative of the missed opportunities throughout the season. Skipper Nathan Murphy led from the front brilliantly, scoring an amazing total of 746 runs. His hundred against Geelong College was a highlight of the season, among many for him. Jack Munnings scored a century against Caulfield Grammar, and Ben Pryor also had a fine season with the bat. Ned Bellmaine took 15 wickets in his debut season, leaping from the B team only two years earlier to lead our attack. Our seconds had an enigmatic season, often being in games before falling away quickly with the bat. Joe Macari led admirably under tough circumstances. The tremendous support of the magnificent Wiener-Moss Club was greatly appreciated throughout the season and makes for a unique community experience in BGS cricket. The 2016/17 season will be remembered with a tinge of sadness as it was the last official involvement for retiring Teacherin-Charge of Cricket, Gary McPhee. Gary was involved in BGS Cricket for over three decades. His passion and love for the game was evident and contagious. He was a trailblazer in initiating the first BGS United Kingdom Cricket Tour in 1989, a tour that still runs and provides lifelong experiences for our boys. His legacy and impact on BGS cricketers’ lives is immeasurable. Gary, whose humour will be greatly missed, always made his decisions “in the best interests of the boys”. Luke Stewart Director of Sport

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s l w o B Lawn Once again, Brighton Grammar entered two teams in the strong Victorian Schools Bowls Competition. Over 40 schools from all metropolitan regions participate in this very popular sport. The competition is held in Term 1 at the excellent facilities of the Burwood Bowls Centre. The team comprised of Paris Tzitsoukis, Xavier Pym (captain), Jackson Warne, Mac Gray, Mac Parsons, Sebastian Williams and Will Spaer. We were

able to field two teams in the competition in both Divisions 1 and 2. The event was well supported by parents as well as by the greatest bowler of all time, Shane Warne. The Seconds won three games out of five to finish 4th and the Firsts won two games out of five to finish 5th. The teams played with great focus and, week by week, the improvement was significant. Lawn bowls is a highly technical and tactical sport and, although the season is only six weeks, the boys benefitted from experiencing a less traditional sport. Robert Shaw Teacher in Charge, Lawn Bowls

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L-R Back: Paris Sitzoukis, Xavier Pym, Mac Gray, Sebastian Williams, Mac Parsons, Will Speyer. Front: Shane Warne, Jackson Warne.


ROWING Rowing continues to provide boys with excellent experiences and, significantly, ones that they can take with them beyond BGS. Rowing in front of a crowd of 17,000 at the 150th Head of the River, Rowing Camp at Lake Jindabyne and competing at the National Championships are unique experiences. However, a crew such as the Year 10A boys, who handed a bronze medal back to MGS at the Nationals in a true act of sportsmanship, demonstrates far greater learnings than simply rowing the boat. Rowing teaches high-level teamwork. Rowers learn that conduct both on and off the water is what helps shape a crew. A crew is more than just a team. Overall, our results this year were excellent and the Boat Club continues to develop both physically and culturally. Eleven A-finals from 14 teams and eight top-3 results, including winning the 3rd VIII in record time, are testament to this. GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Sailing The 2016/17 sailing season has been one of the most successful in BGS history, with high placings across all our teams at the School Team Racing State Championships and a strong 13th place at the Australian Schools Team Racing Regatta in Perth in July. However, most importantly, it was a season of considerable growth for the entire sailing squad. A total of 29 boys from Year 6 to Year 12 competed in regattas across the season, and for the first time, BGS had a 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sailing Team competing at the State Championships. The 1st Sailing Team had an incredibly strong season, finishing 1st in both the Term 4 and Term 1 Saturday regatta series, and winning the John Middleton Trophy. They also finished 2nd in the School Team Racing State Championships, narrowly losing to Scotch College in the final by three wins to two. At Perth in July, the team competed in the Australian Schools Team Racing Championships, placing 13th out of 26 schools. This is a strong result, and the team looks forward to being able to improve on this placing when the Nationals are held in Victoria mid-2018. The 2nd Sailing Team showed considerable improvement throughout the season, finishing in the middle of the pack in the Saturday regatta series and qualifying for the finals at the State Championships. Our inaugural 3rd Sailing Team had an extremely strong showing as well, finishing 2nd in their division at the State Championships. On behalf of the entire Sailing team, I would like to extend my thanks to our coaches Sam Mackay and Patrick Chipp, who have given us plenty of guidance and knowledge throughout the season. I would also like to thank Hayley Bunting, who has been instrumental in helping to organise and administrate our team. I can surely say that without the help of these people, we would not have been able to achieve the results we have this season. Special thanks also goes to Joshua Moore, our ‘Assistant Teacher in Charge of Sailing’, who gave up his time to come with us to the Nationals. The next season looks extremely bright for BGS, with none of the current 1st Sailing Team leaving the School until after the 2017/18 season. Ethan O’Brien Captain of Sailing

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g n i m m i w S YEARS 5 and 6 This year’s APS calendar was a good balance between relays and individual races. BGS hosted one meet. The training was a highlight this year, as the boys were a disciplined group who were driven to improve their technique and times. They valued feedback from the coaches and their times showed significant improvement. Congratulations to Lachlan Paino and James Tan, who won Year 6 and Year 5 Most Outstanding Swimmers. Congratulations also to Hunter Absalom and James Lineham, who claimed the Best Team Swimmer Awards for their year levels. A special thanks to Nick Findeisen and Ryan Cook for coaching the team on Monday afternoons. Their expertise was invaluable. The commitment, discipline, team spirit, sportsmanship and enthusiasm demonstrated by the BGS Swim Team were outstanding all term. The team members should be very proud of the way they performed in and out of the pool. Well done, boys! Cindy van Dijk and Samara Madden Years 5 and 6 Swimming Coaches

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SENIOR SCHOOL The Brighton Grammar Aquatics Team enjoyed a very successful summer season. At the end of 2016, the School entered into an exciting new partnership with the Firbank Aqua Stars, with coaches Jason Cooper and Nick Findeisen taking over the training duties for the squad. Julian Wilson was elected Captain of Swimming with Will Paynter as Vice Captain. Early in the season, the squad set a number of goals and this was instrumental to building a culture of success. With three training sessions per week, there was ample opportunity for the boys to improve their fitness and times. Thursday mornings proved to be the best patronised.

Thanks very much to the parents who prepared bacon and egg breakfasts for our hungry swimmers. Saturday fixtures are used as important preparation for the APS Finals Evening and the team started well, with wins over Geelong Grammar and Melbourne Grammar. It was tremendous to see the willingness of all boys to get involved, regardless of preferred strokes or experience. The APS Finals Evening is the most important event on the calendar and the team rose to the challenge, hoping to improve on the 2016 result. The importance of team selection cannot be overstated in an event like this and our coaches did an outstanding job. The BGS team finished the night in 6th position, just three points behind 5th place and with 15 podium places. GRAMMARIAN 2017

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DIVING It was a year of change for our divers: new coach Monica Fry was appointed and immediately developed a strong relationship with the boys. Our core divers were experienced veterans, led by Captain, Luca Jarvis (right). Luca was the standout performer for BGS throughout the year, winning the Under 16A event on finals night. Luca also had an outstanding year personally, winning a silver and two medals in the Pacific School games. Ethan Gendala also performed consistently throughout the season and will look to improve on his 5th placing on finals night. Undoubtedly the most improved diver of the season was novice, Callum Bond. His season-

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long improvement was rewarded with 7th place on finals night and it will be exciting to see his further improvements in 2018. Martin Kulesza again competed for BGS on finals night and, despite being limited in his practice due to other commitments, still won the Under 17B event! Similarly, Nik Rathmayr competed out of his age group and finished with an excellent 6th place. Pleasingly, all boys that dived this year will be at BGS in 2018. We now have an opportunity to continue to develop our skills, setting goals to beat personal bests every week and gaining the benefits of this on finals night. Luke Stewart Director of Sport


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Tennis JUNIOR School Year 6 The only thing hotter than the Year 6 tennis team this term was the weather. Led by a series of experienced players like Zac Regelman and Noah Miles, the competition to be our top pair was hotly contested. The team’s focus on comradery and sportsmanship made it a pleasure to watch. One of our highlights included a comprehensive victory over Haileybury, in which every pair won. Sam Litis took out the coveted Most Outstanding Player award and Fedya Kononchuk was the Best Team Player. Hamish Leahy Year 6 Coach

Year 5 A squad of 25 Year 5 boys represented the School. The team worked hard throughout the season in training and matches to improve all aspects of their game, particularly stroke technique, doubles positioning and strategy, team play and sportsmanship. The team won most of their matches, with James Mannion receiving the Best Player award and Jackson Chen the Best Team Player award. Stuart Thompson and Jacqui Stenniken Year 5 Coaches

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YEARS 7-12 Tennis continues to be the most popular sport at BGS, with more than 240 boys representing the School on court this season. With 23 teams entered in APS competition across Years 7–12, our boys played in over 170 individual matches and almost 1500 sets of tennis! Our 1st VIII team had just two wins this season against the Geelong schools, highlighting the current strength of the competition at this level and the divide that needs to be bridged for BGS to climb the ladder. With close losses in four matches, opportunities clearly exist. The young playing group is developing positively and was mentored extremely well this season by the leadership team of Captain Jack Summerfield and Vice Captains Julian Ou and Connor Hipwell. Congratulations in particular to Connor, who had an outstanding season, earning him a place in the APS representative team that convincingly defeated their AGS rivals. Connor also gained selection in the Pizzey Cup, Victorian Secondary Schools team. The remaining Open teams continued to perform well in fixtures, with commendable win–loss ratios, indicating that BGS has solid depth at this level. Well done to Tom Whitson, who was the best player for the 2nd VIII. The strength of APS Tennis competition continues to grow and there was plenty of talented opposition. This makes the undefeated season of our 4th VIII, under the coaching of Ms Shane, even more of an accomplishment. Congratulations to Jack Carlson, Fletcher Pullen, Tom Kosenda, Lachlan May, Nick Parsons, Matt Takahashi, Zach Warren, Hamish Whillas and Sam Tickner. The Years 9 and 10 teams had moderately successful seasons, sometimes suffering at the higher levels when stronger players were elevated to the 1st VIII. Luke Hart was Most Valuable Player for the 10A team and Winston Macgowan was awarded the Adam Brown Cup as Most Valuable Player in the 9A team, with an excellent singles record in particular. In the Middle School, much of the focus is on player development and all teams made positive progress. The season is shorter for the Year 7 boys, who play only in Term 1, but the signs are good for the future. We applaud Harley Chessells and David Canta, the Most Valuable Players in Year 8, and Matthew Bates, who received the Friends of Tennis Cup as Most Valuable Player for Year 7. BGS tennis could not function without the commitment of our coaches, including staff, Old Boys and development coaches, and we continue to benefit significantly from the ongoing support of the Thompson Club, our parent group. Peter Furey Head of Tennis

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TABLE TENNIS Year 6

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For the second year in a row, we had a large team, giving us a valuable opportunity to develop our skills and play with many different team combinations.

The Year 5 group began the season with varying degrees of experience and skill.

We were fortunate to begin the term with many experienced players, who were willing to share their skills and knowledge with their teammates. The season started slowly, with the first two matches cancelled because of hot weather. We were successful in almost all of our matches. As the boys’ recognised the progress they had made, their confidence grew and so did their enjoyment and competitive spirit. The boys worked well as a team, with everyone assisting in setting out and packing up our eight new tables. Excellent sportsmanship was evident in both our home and away matches, as well as the games played within the team. Boys congratulated each other on shots well played and graciously thanked their opponents and coaches. Congratulations to Alessandro Brook Saville, who won the knockout tournament and the Best Team Player award. Jenson Galvin, who consistently helped out, thanked opponents and wrote more than his fair share of sports reports, was awarded as the Best Team Player. Shelly Turek Year 6 Coach

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However, impressive focus and determination, plus diverse drills during practice sessions, resulted in a group of boys who were far more competent, confident and invested in the game by the end of the season. The hard work paid off handsomely – the team won most of their matches, and at the very least seriously challenged their opponents. At all times, the boys demonstrated a high level of sportsmanship and, above all, enjoyment. Every boy encouraged, supported and backed up their teammate. Every single player continued to improve throughout the season but special mention should be made of Louis Binoit, as Best Player, and Max Prassopoulos as Most Improved Player and Best Team Player. The team should be immensely proud of their achievement and performance. Chester Lord Year 5 Coach


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Year 5 The Year 5 Touch Football boys were playing the sport for the first time. As the intricacies of back passing and the offside law were learnt, the two teams became better organised and disciplined units. The boys were taught to keep a tight defensive line and to march upon the opposition to close down available space. When attacking, the boys learnt to move the ball quickly.

First VI – Max Burt scores

First VI – Max Burts weighs up his option

Both teams had mixed results but enjoyed the season and picked up some victories along the way. For the 5A team, Tom Hollway was judged Most Outstanding Player and Cooper Broun Best Team Player. For the 5B team, Seb Glassel was Most Outstanding Player and Tom Graham Best Team Player. Overall, the Year 5 Touch Football squad should be pleased with their efforts. Paul Gurry Year 5 Touch Football Coach

First VI – Henry Moir sets up another attack Middle School team celebrate a victory

Year 6 Touch Football proved to be a very popular sport among the Year 6 boys in 2017, with BGS entering three teams into the competition. Early in the season, the 6A team demonstrated that they were going to be difficult to beat. The boys combined some fantastic inside work by Matthew Hogg, Oliver Howell and Matthew Cruse with the lightning speed of Oliver Goodger, Sam Heron and Nate Stroud. As each week progressed, their hard work at training and greater understanding of the game lead to improved performances. The 6B Blue and Red teams also had very successful seasons. Despite a few inexperienced players in the group, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Ben Bezencon and Cooper Beasley lead their troops with skill and lifted the teams’ performances each week. Landon Penca, Blake Picking and Angus Thompson were instrumental in helping the boys to play as a team and hold their structures every game.

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Ben Ryan and Hamish Leahy Year 6 Touch Football Coaches

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First VI – Charlie Hicks in full flight

Middle School – boys defend against Haileybury

First VI – Charlie Hicks goes through for a try

Touch football continues to grow at BGS. The season began in August 2016, with 40 Senior School boys trying out for 25 spots in the First VI and Second VI squads. This initial enthusiasm only gained momentum as the season progressed and the teams produced some outstanding plays. The First VI won all of their group games and qualified for the finals of the Victorian Schools Championship, narrowly losing to St Kevin’s College in the grand final in extra time. They also reached the final of the Victorian State Championship, again losing in extra time – to Haileybury, on this occasion. The Second VI reached the playoffs, losing to Trinity Grammar. With a bit of luck, these outcomes may have been different, and it was hard for the boys to walk away from the season with no silverware. However, the progression they made was outstanding and the passion with which they represented the School was inspiring. The Middle School program continues to produce and develop very talented players. All the boys played extremely well in the APS competition and the team that went to the State Championship qualified for the finals. Touch football is in a very healthy position at BGS and continues to be driven forward by an enthusiastic and committed group of players and coaches. Anthony Keane Teacher in Charge, Touch Football

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Cross y r t n u o C JUNIOR School Although only six Year 6 boys chose Cross Country this term, they were a very competitive group, led by Charlie Paterson (Most Outstanding Runner), Oliver Dipietrantonio and George Roubos (Best Team Runner), who all finished in the first 12 places in every interschool race. In contrast, 20 Year 5 boys joined in the training and competition. Hugo Richey (Most Outstanding Runner) remained undefeated. Hugh Hasker (Best Team Runner), Cade Segar and James Tan regularly finished in the top 10 places in fields of up to 90 runners. Their results were almost matched by Elden Zeng and Lachie St Leger. The determination shown in competition by Ben Brown, Julian Carlin, Tom Field, Andrew McGregor and Felix Wolff was an inspiration to their BGS peers. Marcus Exler and William Stretch excelled in all aspects of their running. We look forward to the Year 5 boys providing a great stimulus for another successful season in 2018. Rick Pemberton and Cindy van Dijk APS Cross Country Coaches

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YEARS 7-12 The BGS Cross Country program was hit hard in 2017 by a loss of veterans, as well as the desire of our boys to play team sports. Nevertheless, the boys worked hard. Coach Jack Bullock and new Teacher in Charge Mark Dowley set the standard for personal best running and gave the boys many opportunities to compete at an elite level at State and National events. This will stand the group in good stead for future seasons. Boys were encouraged to run in APS Cross Country events, such as the weekly competitions, the ‘All Schools’ event and the road relays. Congratulations to the boys on the results below, which demonstrate the depth of talent we have in lower secondary levels.

Year 7 Silver Medallists Jonah Campigli Mitch Kuzilny Nik Stavrellis Hudson Augustini Jackson McKenzie Ryan McKenzie Lachlan McCluskey

Year 8 Gold Medallists Sam Flockart Stirling Findlay James Capp Aaron Aloi Max Kortge Tom Burnell Nick Anson The highlight of the season was the Middle School team’s victory at the APS Junior Cross Country. Luke Stewart Director of Sport

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Hockey JUNIOR School Year 6 The Year 6 Hockey team worked hard together to build their understanding of the rules and tactics of the game. Led by the experienced Blake Picking, Max Thomas, Lachlan Paino, Heath Fulton and Xavier Martin, the team developed cohesion over the season. With the ceaseless running of Aaron Hudghton and the awareness of Matthew Hogg, the team was hard to score against. All the boys displayed a willingness to learn and play their role as a member of the team. Most importantly, the boys displayed amazing sportsmanship over the entire season. Well done, boys. Luke Fensling Year 6 Hockey Coach

Year 5 The boys worked hard during training sessions to improve their skill development, fitness and teamwork. Liam Cook not only assisted the group with basic strategy and tactics but also umpired our home games at Brighton Secondary College. The team drew most of their matches but also experienced a couple of good wins. All team members showed consistent progress and improvement throughout the season, which will help with their future development. Charlie Wood won the Most Outstanding Player Award, with James Tan the recipient of the Best Team Player Award. Stuart Thompson Year 5 Hockey Coach

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YEARS 7-12 The 2017 season was one of great reward for BGS Hockey. We fielded two teams across Years 7 and 8, two at Years 9 and 10, and two at Open level. While many boys at senior level trained hard throughout the hot summer in preparation for the season, our teams started their year in earnest with the now traditional Wicks Club Hockey Clinic. We had over 50 boys in attendance across the year levels, and coaching from our 1st coach, Pat Bretherton, as well as BGS senior coaches and players. In combination with Wicks Club morning teas, the clinic ensures that the club culture around BGS Hockey continues to grow. Once matches started, it was evident that our 1st XI would be a force in the competition. Under a new structure, the team performed magnificently, qualifying for the finals series under a top-four system. Six wins, four losses and a draw was a fitting reflection of the evenness of the competition and the improvement the boys had shown after the disappointments of previous seasons. Two games stood out: the 3–1 demolition of Scotch College and the 4–3 loss to undefeated premiers Carey. We certainly had our chances in this match and, though we were defeated, the team showed that BGS Hockey is now competitive among the highest level teams and shows improvement each season. Other outstanding achievements for the year included Brad Marais (Year 11) being selected for the Australian Futures Hockey Squad and representing Victoria at the National Championships. Craig Marais (Year 9) also represented Victoria at the National Championships, and both boys, along with Niklas Loycke (Year 11) and Sam Tickner (Year 12), represented the APS in matches against the Associated Grammar Schools. Luke Stewart Teacher in Charge, Hockey GRAMMARIAN 2017

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y t o o f L AF JUNIOR School Year 6 The 6A football team had an excellent season, during which they improved their skill level and teamwork markedly. There were several dominant wins and only a couple of narrow defeats. Sam Litis, Oliver Goodger, Sam Heron and Braydon Hope lead from the front and performed consistently all season. The team was unlucky to lose key forward Justin Kroc to representative duties, but when present he provided a strong presence. The highlight of the year was a four-quarter effort against St Kevin’s in which the boys ran out winners by a goal. The 6B team had a strong season with some amazing wins filled with team spirit and exceptional sportsmanship. With many boys earning call-ups to the A-team throughout the season, we had to change our game plan on a weekly basis. The boys demonstrated their determination and persistence in the final game, working together as a team to overrun Kostka Hall in the fourth quarter. Matthew Cameron, Max Nannes, Cooper Beasley and Heath Fulton were standout players for the season. Hamish Leahy and Luke Fensling Year 6 Football Coaches

Year 5 The 5A football team took part in a highly skilled level of APS competition this year. The boys worked hard, demonstrating exemplary sportsmanship and teamwork. Results were mixed, but highlights included a wonderful victory against Kostka Hall and a character-building win over Haileybury, who had earlier beaten BGS comfortably. The team improved their efforts in retaining possession and running to space as the season progressed. Consistent performers on the field included Nicky Robertson, Jem Spicer, Harry Newett, Harry Pollock, Sam Fanning and Harry George. Despite mixed success, the 5B team displayed good team spirit, sportsmanship and determination. They worked consistently to the best of their ability during training sessions and matches to improve their basic skills development, fitness and teamwork. Paul Gurry Year 6 Football Coach

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MIDDLE School The Middle School Football program reintroduced a third Year 7 team for the first time in a decade as record numbers opted to be a part of the story. In total, five teams consisting of 115 boys donned the blue and red throughout 2017. The coaching team was also particularly strong. Old Boy and dual 1st XVIII Premiership hero Christian Carnovale steered the 7B1 team while Nick Freeman, another proud Old Boy and ex-BGS footballer, took the reins of the 7B2 side. Travis Hopgood again led the 8A team; he was joined by 2011 1st XVIII Vice Captain Harrison McIntyre, who steered the 8B cohort. Our Year 7 squad enjoyed extraordinary success. Our two B teams were elevated a competition in the redraw after four rounds – the 7B2 team joined the 7B1 competition, and the 7B1 team found themselves in the 7A2 competition. Although up against strong opposition, both teams were superb in their attitude and enjoyed some scoreboard

success along the way. The 7A team took all before them and remained undefeated throughout the season. Not only were they the first 7A team to complete this feat in nearly 20 years, but they did so with an average winning margin of 58 points. The annual Year 8 Lockdown over ANZAC weekend continued the long-standing preseason tradition of combining football and culture. Our two sides were relatively small in stature compared to many of their opponents; however, what they lacked in height they made up for in passion and determination. Throughout the season they were involved in unexpectedly close finishes, such was their never-say-die attitude. Although wins didn’t come thick and fast, the blueprint for the future is particularly exciting. The wonderful support of the Dalziel Club was again appreciated, with all players supplied with free training shirts and various perks throughout the season. Tim Marshall Middle School Football Coordinator 7A Football Coach GRAMMARIAN 2017

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1st XVIII Coming off the back of APS Premierships in 2014, 2015 and 2016, there were certain expectations of the 1st XVIII this year. It was always going to be tough in such a great competition. With our youngest team for five years, and including the brilliant Darby Hipwell in Year 9, we debuted 13 new players in Round 1. We played the eventual top two teams in Rounds 1 and 2, in Carey and Haileybury, and then traditional powerhouse St Kevin’s. Sitting 0–3, the team faced a crossroad: we could concede and fall back on the old ‘not our year’ or ‘too young’ excuse, or respond in a different way. It turns out this different way was ingrained within the culture of the team – and the School, for that matter. Starting with a win at Geelong Grammar, the ball began to roll. The team went on to win six out of its next seven games, including a courageous victory at Caulfield, to finish 6–4 and 4th on the premiership table. For those of us in Year 12, the chance to play for BGS over the last three years has been brilliant. Brighton Grammar Football has been a massive part of our personal development both as players and as men. We have been so lucky to have had Robert Shaw as our coach, mentor and friend. His association with Tim Marshall and Ben White has been masterful. Brighton Grammar Football is like no other; it will be missed and cherished by anyone lucky enough to have put on the jumper this year. It has been a truly memorable experience. Sebastian Williams Captain, 1st XVIII Football In November’s national AFL draft, Nathan Murphy was picked by Collingwood Football Club, having had to choose between professional cricket and football.

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The philosophy of Rugby in the Middle School is to ensure maximum engagement and enjoyment for all participants. Given the overarching emphasis on learning and development, the 2017 season was a successful one for the Under 13 and 14 players. There was great attendance at the Anglesea Pre-season Training Camp, held in the Term 1 holidays. The boys experienced a range of activities and engaged with other players in the Rugby Club, including members of the 1st XV. The emphasis of the camp was on learning the basic safety requirements of the game, as well as developing base fitness levels for the upcoming season. We also had a bit of fun practising yoga (which challenged the boys!), having a hit at the Anglesea Golf Club’s driving range and playing laser tag in Geelong. Arguably, the best result of the Under 13 season was their victory against Marcellin College on the Wilson Recreation Reserve. This was the first win the boys experienced as a team at Brighton Grammar, and also the first win for the

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vast majority of the team! It was a gutsy win, with tackling being the hallmark of the Tonners’ performance. In the dying minutes, Marcellin went close to scoring; however, resolute defence saw us prevail – the final score was 12 to 5. The game was reflective of the tenacious nature of this year group; it will be exciting to watch their progress in the coming years. The Under 14s battled away all season, and though not necessarily reflected on the scoreboard, their attitude and effort was admirable, and a credit to the coaching staff and leadership team. Vice Captains Will Muller and Harley Chessells continually put their bodies on the line for the team, and rallied the troops. The Captain – Stirling Findlay – was inspirational, not only with ball in hand, but also in his willingness to stop anyone who ran in his direction. In times of adversity, Stirling always held his head high, and is to be congratulated on his season. The boys now start to make the transition to Senior Rugby, and it all begins back at Anglesea next year. The future is bright for these young men! Joshua Moore Head of Rugby


SENIOR SCHOOL The 2017 Senior rugby season was incredibly successful for all teams, and was epitomised by the achievements of the 1st XV. The Under 15s made a solid transition to Senior Rugby, with a focus on developing skills and professionalism. They were ably lead by captain Archie Jackson, who was supported by Vice Captains Joel Tyler and Wei-yee Hall. By sticking to their mantra of ‘hard, smart, and fast’, the Under 16 side, captained by Cameron Glasgow, defeated almost all their opponents. Despite being in the hunt for a premiership, we lost competition points near the end of the season and finished 3rd on the ladder – nonetheless a wonderful result. In an attempt to promote cohesion and opportunity, the 1st XV and 2nd XV squads trained together, with results from both sides suggesting that this approach was valuable. The 2nd XV defeated top-of-the-ladder Carey Grammar. Team members are to be congratulated on a fantastic season, and should be recognised as a huge component of the 1st XV’s success. In 2016, the School’s Senior team achieved one victory; in 2017, they achieved seven. The 1st XV’s brand of rugby was scintillating; we were the second-highest pointscoring team in the competition. The victory over St Kevin’s during the home-and-away season was a tense and emotional affair, coming down to the final two minutes. Earning a home semi-final meant that rugby returned to the Crowther Oval for the first time in over 30 years. In front of more than 800 people, we triumphed over Trinity Grammar to book a place in the Grand Final against St Kevin’s. On that day, the bounce of the ball did not go our way, despite a very close encounter. Max Markham and Mitchell Hurd were wonderful Vice Captains. Maxwell Burt’s leadership of the 1st XV and the entire Rugby Club is a tribute to this young man – his ability to craft an inclusive and high-performance culture is an enviable skill. Four boys toured to Tasmania to represent the Victorian Schools’ Rugby Union: Cameron Glasgow (Under 16), James Fisher (Under 17), Max Markham (Under 17), and Christopher Webster (Under 17). Joshua Canham (Under 16) and Oliver Barden (Under 18) were selected for the Victorian Rugby Union state teams, and competed at respective national tournaments. At the Under 18 tournament, Oliver was further selected to represent the Australian Schools’ Barbarians. Congratulations to everyone involved in the season. Joshua Moore Head of Rugby GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Soccer JUNIOR School Year 6 The 6A and 6B Soccer teams had a season of mixed results. Each week the teams worked steadily towards having players settling into and playing their positions against strong opposition teams. The stand-out player on the A-team was Matthew Cruse, who played at a consistently high level to support his team. He was ably supported by Matthew Cameron. Both players contributed in the forward line, in defence and in goal. The B-team had more consistent performances over the season and, at times, played against the A-teams of other schools. The B-team defence, lead well by the utility and teamwork of Thomas O’Leary, was difficult to penetrate. Noah Mies had a steady head and trusty right foot that thwarted many attacks. Many thanks to the boys, who took it in turns to fill the role of Captain on both teams. Hamish Leahy and Shelly Turek Year 6 Soccer Coaches

Year 5 The Year 5 Soccer teams began the Term 3 season with great enthusiasm. We had a large group of 33 capable players. The depth of talent was immediately obvious, which made choosing teams challenging. We managed to field three teams all season, despite illness and injury. The results were excellent, with the A- and B-teams winning all but a few games. Even more impressive was the boys’ ability to remain resilient and positive despite the inevitable setbacks. Congratulations to Cade Segar, Harry Pollock and Sam Trainor, who were the Most Outstanding Players in A, B and C sides. Well done also to Diesel Selah, Pash Mianji and Alistair Liddle, who were awarded Best Team Player for their teams. Thanks to all the boys for their effort and positive attitude to training and matches. Dave Turner, Paul Gurry and Cindy van Dijk Year 5 Soccer Coaches

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YEARS 7-12 Three hundred boys and 16 teams across the Middle and Senior Schools demonstrate the popularity of BGS Soccer. The season provided many highlights. Our program began in Term 1, when Year 7 and 8 boys participated in development sessions each Friday afternoon. The aim of these sessions was to develop the boys’ skills under the guidance of our First XI coach, Kogu Sabaratnam, and Technical Director, Jara Dedic. They also provided an opportunity for our coaches to work together with other coaching staff to develop a common language and coaching pathway for the boys. Our First XI were led brilliantly by our senior boys, particularly skipper Sandy Faulds and Vice Captain Branko Skocic. The team finished 2nd, an outstanding achievement in such a strong competition. Losses against lower teams will be long remembered as costly, given the premiership was missed by two games; however, the team were outplayed by eventual premiers, Xavier. The wins against St Kevin’s and Haileybury were outstanding results for the team as a unit. The BGS Soccer Day for Year 7s was a great experience for these boys to get together and watch their peers. The strength of the 7A team, under coach George Fry, is exciting and this team had an excellent season when measured by the key indicators of development, teamwork, desire to listen and improve, and, above all, enjoyment. Our supporters’ group, BGS United, added further value, providing all players with kit bags for the season and being a positive presence at games each weekend. Their undying support for the boys and the program is valued highly. Luke Stewart Teacher in Charge, Soccer

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The dedicated BGS Snowsports Club produced an amazing season for our boys this year. Led by the Snowsports Captain, Mattieu Speirs, the team comprised 58 boys who competed at state level, with 22 boys progressing to the national competition. BGS placed 3rd in the Primary School Boys’ competition and 3rd in the Secondary School Boys’ competition. Snowsports offers opportunities for boys at all levels. It isn’t just about the sport – it encourages boys to have fun, be part of a team, depend upon one another, celebrate individual and team successes, and develop resilience. Through training and competition, our boys learn persistence and that they can bounce back (both physically and emotionally). Boys may miss selection or qualification by milliseconds as a result of a fall; how they respond to these setbacks is a true test of their character, as is coping with challenging weather conditions, selection criteria and racing against others. Congratulations to all competitors, especially our two national champions – Will Middlemiss (Cross Country) and Reece Smart (Snowboarding).

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S C I T E L H T A JUNIOR School The Year 5 and 6 Athletics team performed outstandingly well week after week at Sandringham Athletics track. With determination and persistence, the boys continued to improve their race times, baton changes, running style and teamwork. The Year 5s thoroughly enjoyed their first experience of APS Athletics and impressed the other schools with their organisation and performance. Harry George was awarded Year 5 Most Outstanding Athlete as a result of his tremendous weekly performance – he won each race in which he participated. Best Team Athlete was awarded to Julian Carlin for the support he provided to his peers. The Year 6s enjoyed the responsibility of captaincy, which involved leading the boys in a warm-up before each meet. Brayden Hope was awarded Most Outstanding Athlete for his commitment to performing and dominating on the track, while Oliver Dipietrantonio received Best Team Athlete for the passion and leadership he demonstrated on a weekly basis. Well done to all Athletics boys for the hard work they put in to improve their skills. Ben Ryan Sports Coordinator – Junior School

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YEARS 7–12 After finishing third for two years in a row, the expectations were high this year for APS Finals. Keen to continue building on our program, we welcomed world record holder and Olympian Sonia O’Sullivan as our senior middle distance coach, and Old Boy Doug Greenough as our high-performance and sprints coach. The season was not without its challenges. Sadly, two of our star athletes, Aaron Leferink and Chris Valcanis, were unable to compete as a result of injury. However, the rest of the team stepped into their vacancies without hesitation. A highlight of the day was the performance by Archie Perkins, who won the Under 16 long jump, despite initially being emergency for the event. This set the tone for the day, exemplifying the heart and spirit of our boys. Jackson Sweet’s performances across his variety of events (including a 1st place in the Under 15 triple jump and 2nd in the Under 15 long jump) meant that he earned the most points for the School and received the BF Mathews Perpetual Trophy. Other standout performances on the day included Tristan Scheirs (1st in Open long and triple jumps)*, Oscar Lewis (1st Under 17 long jump), Noah McGrath (2nd Under 17 high jump), Jonah Campigli (2nd Under 14 800m), Max Absalom (3rd Under 14 high jump and shot put) and Sam Fitzgerald (3rd Under 16 high jump). The competition was fierce, with Wesley and Haileybury pulling ahead of us this year; we finished 5th overall. However, the boys can hold their heads high as we were only 26 points behind our total score from last year (361 vs 387). This is an outstanding result and we did not give ground easily, with Wesley and Haileybury having to steal points from the other schools to beat us. There is no doubt that our boys are more determined than ever for next year. We know we have the calibre and heart to finish in the top three. And, dare I say it, the boys will strive to go one higher and aim for the top two in 2018. Many thanks to our Captains, Finn Campigli and Jack Summerfield, as well as our parents, BGSAC, and our outstanding staff: Tom Morehouse, Amy Atchison, Doug Greenough, Martin Green, Craig Furber, Nick Gillies, Sonia O’Sullivan and Matt Wardell. Special thanks also to Peter Robinson for the electronic timing and online support. Meg Adem Teacher in Charge, Athletics * Tristan went on to win gold in the Under 18 triple jump at the National All Schools in December.

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JUNIOR School Year 6 Basketball proved to be a very popular choice for Year 6 boys during Term 3, and we fielded three teams each week in the APS competition. Experience and skill level ranged from boys who had never played basketball before to those who play in local domestic teams and those who play representative basketball. Regardless of their experience or ability, the boys trained eagerly each week, learning new skills, consolidating their use of the ball and practising play sequences. Matches were played with passion and team spirit, with each boy giving his best every week. Many match results were close and the boys improved throughout the season. The boys’ sportsmanship was exemplary and every boy can be proud of his commitment and effort. It has been a great season. Hamish Leahy and Monica Le Couteur Year 6 Basketball Coaches

Year 5 The Year 5 basketball teams demonstrated great commitment, skill improvement and effort all term, and were rewarded with some extremely positive results against other schools. Seb Khan and Lachie St Leger were recognised in the 5A team for their high skill level and teamwork throughout the season with the Most Outstanding Player and Best Team Player awards. In 5 Red and 5 Blue, Alex Zheng and Tom Kollmorgen were awarded Most Outstanding Player for their skills and hard work on the court, while Angus Roberts and Andrew McGregor were awarded Best Team Player for their ongoing determination and team spirit. Jacqui Stenniken and Samara Madden Year 5 Basketball Coaches

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Years 7–12 Year 7 and 8, and Year 9 and 10 teams were combined to allow the boys to play in a division appropriate to their skill level. We fielded four Middle School and five Senior School teams. This year, our First team stepped up to play in the APS First Division. Optional skills sessions for all boys wanting to take their game to the next level were a new initiative for 2017. Tyba Murphy brought his experience from the USA back to BGS to run these popular high-intensity sessions. Boys that took advantage of these morning sessions were treated to some excellent workouts, building their knowledge of the game as well as skills and fitness. Under the guidance of Claire Clarke, Christian Machar and Old Boys Sam Ryan and Quintin Montanaro, the Year 7/8 teams enjoyed an extremely successful and enjoyable season, with all the boys dedicated to improving. The 7/8A team went through the season undefeated – an outstanding achievement given the number of Year 7 boys in the team playing against older boys. The team also represented BGS at the Australian Schools Championships in December and loved the experience. The Year 9/10 teams, coached by Matt Burke, Mac Cameron and Sam Murray, had a challenging season, particularly as the playing roster was diminished because of injuries and there was a relatively large number of Year 9s and 10s playing in the First team. Despite this, the boys put in great performances and worked hard to improve their skills. Nick Knight (OB and Captain of Basketball in 2016) returned to coach the Seconds. The boys had many close games, but whether the team won or lost, they always enjoyed their basketball and were committed to working as a team and improving. Elevation into the APS First division was always going to be a massive step up for the Firsts, and made for a demanding season. Under the leadership of Captain Sasha Parsons, the boys were committed to improvement from pre-season camp onwards. Although the team went through the season without winning a game, the improvement was immense, highlighted by the close results at the back end of the season. Cam Taylor Firsts Basketball Coach Teacher in Charge, Basketball

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were standout players for the two teams, with Thomas Hahn and James Pascoe also leading from the front. The Year 5 boys were a very inexperienced group of handballers at the beginning of the season. But what they lacked in skill and knowledge, they made up for in enthusiasm and a willingness to work as a team. Their patience in attack meant that they rarely wasted possession, and their disciplined team defence meant that they were competitive every week. They beat some teams that had more skilful and athletic players, and pushed some of the very best teams in the competition to play at their best. Lochie Silva and Lachie Auden lead strongly all season; however, all team members should be congratulated on their level of effort and dedication. Ben Ryan Junior School Handball Coach


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O L O P R E WAT JUNIOR School Year 5 A squad of 10 boys completed a very successful, undefeated season, with convincing wins against Carey, Caulfield, Haileybury, Scotch and St Kevin’s, and a hard-fought narrow victory over a strong Melbourne Grammar. All members worked extremely hard to improve their skill development, swimming stroke technique, fitness and teamwork. The team was led by the experience of Nicky Robertson, with strong support from Charlie Wood, Harry Pollock and Josh Carr. Louis Benoit displayed extremely good defensive skills as goalie, with the other members sound in either offence or defence. Nicky Robertson won the Most Outstanding Player Award and Charlie Wood was the recipient of the Best Team Player Award. Stuart Thompson Year 5 Water Polo Coach

Year 6 The Year 6 Water Polo team had a very enjoyable season, despite performances being quite up and down. Lead by the goal scoring of Heath Fulton, Julius Ferwerda and Ethan Petris, and the strong defensive efforts of Hunter Absalom, the team was able to work as one to achieve some memorable victories, and suffered some close defeats. Most importantly, the team should be proud of the way they displayed amazing sportsmanship and teamwork over the course of the season. Luke Fensling Year 6 Water Polo Coach

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Years 7-12 With a youthful squad, hopes were high for a successful water polo season. Returning were Will Paynter leading from the front and veterans Tom Haddon, Dane Obelt, James Dickson, Finn Estella, Charlie Hayes and Julian Wilson. New faces and enthusiasm from Ben Paynter, Harrison Kirkham, Harry Matthews, Max Post and Harry Preston all boded well. Other students who had a run in the firsts included Matt Noske, Alex Adams and Sam Hayes in Year 8. The season started with four good wins, including against early favourites St Kevin’s as well as Wesley, Scotch and Caulfield. A loss to Melbourne Grammar, when some team members were away at a tournament, led to a must-win game against Haileybury. In possibly the best game of the season, both teams fought hard right to the end. The battle ended in a draw, ending both team’s premiership hopes. Xavier were eventual premiers, with BGS finishing a creditable third overall. Congratulations to Will Paynter, James Dickson, Charlie Hayes and Harry Matthews on their selection in the all APS squad to play against the all AGS squad. With a large number of players returning next season, we hope to be able to make another run for the premiership. A huge thanks to Carl Zveken for coaching, David Liddle for managing and to all parents who came along to help and support.

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The 6A volleyball team had a very successful season. They were focused during training and matches, and always displayed excellent teamwork and sportsmanship. Week by week each boy continued to improve. James Hepples demonstrated great skill and teamwork. Terence Wang played consistently and was an excellent role model.

The Year 5 Volleyball team proved to be a very positive and hard-working squad throughout the 2017 season. Boys showed enthusiasm and sportsmanship, and there were many leaders in the group. Just as impressive as their willingness to work hard was the way boys carried themselves across the season. In the A-team, Diesel Saleh’s fine skills and teamwork earned him Most Outstanding Player, while Jackson Chen’s leadership, sportsmanship and spirit meant he collected Best Team Player. The award for Most Outstanding Player in the B-team went to William Yang for his dedication and level of skill, and Alistair Liddle earned Best Team Player for his leadership and motivation to improve. 

The Year 6 Red and 6 Blue teams are both to be congratulated on their skill level, teamwork and sportsmanship. Some of our opponents demonstrated hard serves, making the pace of the game and return of service challenging. Throughout the term, the boys enjoyed themselves and it was good to see their skills and the quality of our rallies improve. Shelly Turek, Monica Le Couteur and Chester Lord Year 6 Volleyball Coaches

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y b l i b 3 ELC The Bilby boys channelled their vivid imaginations into storytelling this year, using their creative thinking to make up a combined story called ‘Super Farm’. When we first started making up stories, the boys found it difficult not to end the story at the start. This helped them to learn that a story has a title, beginning, middle and end. We used the boys’ artwork from our farm trip as a visual. The boys responded very well to this method, and were able to identify characters and create a plot. Once we had created the story, the boys drew the characters again on a smaller scale and painted them. We continued the project by making masks and acting out the story. The boys connected so well to the story that they are now able to recite it!

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Through this project, the boys have discovered that a book needs a cover, a plot and characters. They are able to identify the various parts of a book and understand what an author and illustrator do. As the boys each played a part in the story, they became more confident in acting it out in front of an audience. The project has also helped the boys gain early literacy skills, increasing their comprehension of stories, and their language skills – they have learnt to stay on topic, connect their ideas to others and take turns. We cannot wait to see the future works of all these potential authors!

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T A B M O W ELC 3 Each year brings a new cohort of children into our centre. Up to 40 nervous little people enter the building ready to start their first year in ELC3. For many, it is their first time away from their family. For their parents, this can be a very trying time as well. Entrusting this precious person to two strangers takes courage. At BGS, we make the centre as welcoming as possible, with teachers keeping the lines of communication open at all time. We try to provide opportunities for the parents to get to know other parents within the group. This starts as early as orientation week, when the Wombat parents were invited to paint their family on a blank calico piece to be sewn onto our group tepee. Sitting around comparing their artistic talents (or lack thereof) begins conversations between parents that become easier with each social event. Parents are welcome to join in activities and excursions with the boys, sharing skills such as cooking or art projects. Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day activities involve helping our little people to finish a task that would otherwise take all term. At Fathers’ Night this year, Grandpa Allen was handed an old, battered guitar that he promptly tuned and used to accompany our crazy campfire songs! We appreciate the way parents indulge in our ideas, with numerous dress-up days, impromptu drama shows and requests for materials. The three-cornered partnership (3CP) of parent, child and school starts the minute you enter our building and, for many, will continue to Valedictory Day 13 years later.

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T O O C I D N ELC 4 BA Learning does not get better (or muddier) than this! A wild, windy, muddy day at Chesterfield Farm was the perfect, practical way for the ELC boys (all 70 of them) to complement their in-centre learning about farm animals, farm-to-table and life cycles. Although some of the boys fell asleep on the bus on the way to the farm, they were full of excitement on arrival. There were a number of highlights to the day. In the barn area, the boys had a marvellous time being chased by the shoelace-eating pigs. A tractor ride allowed the boys to see the whole farm and the larger farm animals that live out in the paddocks. At feeding time, the boys were each given a cup of food and off they went. They laughed hysterically as the camel’s huge lips smooched their hands. The emus gave some of us a fright as they pecked our cups to the ground. One of the lamas greeted us with a huge, chewy smile … before spitting at us. A few boys decided to teach the cockatoo to speak Mandarin. And, much to the boys’ entertainment, the teachers took part in a milking competition. The benefits of this farm visit were many. The boys had the opportunity to get in touch with nature and experience the sensory side of the farm. The rain earlier in the day made it even more exciting, as the boys had the opportunity to jump in puddles and stomp in the sloppy mud. The farm visit was a great opportunity for the boys to hear from the farmers, and to connect their learning to real-life experiences in the wider world. With the whole ELC out together, the boys experienced a feeling of total engagement and a sense of belonging.

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Y B A L L A ELC 4 W The biggest highlight of 2017 was, without doubt, our beach walks. The first group headed off in soft drizzle. It was a windless morning and we noticed that the water was calm and still, like glass. While we were looking out to sea, we saw something jump, and – to our surprise – it was a pod of dolphins! We couldn’t have asked for a better start to our beach walk experience. After watching the dolphins, the boys enjoyed walking along the wall, balancing carefully, until they came to the drains. They noticed that the water trickling out to sea was particularly dirty and even contained rubbish. This sparked rich discussions about taking care of the environment and, in particular, the creatures that live in the sea. This group also noticed a bird that was very like a seagull, but larger and with a red tip on its beak. Upon returning, we did some research and learned that it was called a Pacific Gull. Group two set off with the sun shining and a cool breeze blowing. The sea was choppy and wavy. We led the boys down some steps, close to where the waves were crashing but far enough away to stay safe. Each boy tried to climb down carefully and bravely, without getting wet. However, the mission was impossible and they shrieked with delight as they were splashed. After morning tea, we explored the coastal flora. The boys discovered some incredible nooks for hiding. They were drawn straight to the ti-trees, which are beautifully twisted, as if they were designed for climbing. The boys climbed, swung, and occasionally tumbled, as we observed incredibly inclusive and creative play. The boys initiated an imaginative game called ‘The Mountain Brothers’, which continued throughout the year back in the ELC. Research shows that unstructured, outdoor play in nature is fundamental to childhood. This has been clearly evident on our beach walks, during which the boys have been eager to learn and discover. As a result of these experiences, they are happier, more relaxed, more cooperative, more independent, more inquisitive, more engaged, more physical, more imaginative and … even more brave!

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PREP Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. –William Butler Members of the 2017 Prep class have smoothly navigated each new challenge presented to them throughout the year. From participating in their first ever cross-country carnival to creating their own catamaran during Design and Technology, the boys have shown their thirst for learning, while always remembering to have fun along the way. A very special milestone in Prep is the ‘100 Days of School’ celebration. During the day, the boys participated in a range of ‘100’ themed maths and literacy activities, and even reflected upon what they would like to be doing in 100 years’ time! The day allowed the boys to look back on their learning over the year and to appreciate the incredible growth in their academic and thinking skills. In Term 4, the boys were lucky enough to go on their very own Outdoor Education experience. Together with their teachers, they spent the day at Fairhaven, exploring the lake and its surrounds. The day began with a nature walk, during which the boys learnt about the various local flora and fauna. After a yummy picnic lunch, there were environmental games and even canoeing!

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Another highlight was the excursion to the Melbourne Zoo. Along with their Firbank buddies, the boys took part in a range of hands-on activities, including patting a snake, creating a habitat and guessing which animal was which using only their senses! Later in the day, the boys further explored the Zoo, visiting various enclosures and animals, and collecting interesting facts as they went. Samara Madden and Tim Medlyn Prep Teachers


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YEAR 1

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I know where I am, I know where I want to go, I know what steps I need to get there… The Year 1 boys spent time learning about dinosaurs. By exploring the answers to many questions, they unleashed their inquisitive minds and developed skills in science, mathematics and literacy. The boys took great pride in presenting their research to the class. Not only did they share their findings, but they learnt about speaking clearly, and using voice projection and eye contact when addressing an audience.

George Cuzens

In Literacy, the boys used a range of non-fiction texts to learn many dinosaur facts and drafted, edited and published their own information reports. Boys were motivated to apply their mathematical understanding through an investigative task, which enabled them to work collaboratively to solve worded problems and complete a number of open-ended tasks. The boys’ learning extended beyond the classroom during an excursion to the Melbourne Museum where teachers, parents and boys worked in partnership to further explore dinosaurs. The boys undertook a range of hands-on experiences to consolidate their learning. To conclude the unit, the boys demonstrated their knowledge of prehistoric times and dinosaurs by creating an e-portfolio. Emily Beaton and Paul Strain Year 1 Teachers

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Simon Yao, Ethan Marks, Alex Woolf, Hudson Vassallo, Jack Williams, Leuan Hill

Xavier Bates, Jack Bulfin, Lucas Judah, Jaska Maher

Danny Liu, Lachlan Dever, Sacha Rose, Tom Pollock

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YEAR 2 During Term 3, the Year 2 boys undertook a unit about pirates. It involved numerous learning tasks and experiences designed to engage the boys by tapping into the ways they learn best. These activities were integrated into different subject areas, including English, Mathematics and Drama, which helped the boys to expand their knowledge of why people became pirates, the harsh life aboard a pirate ship and the life experiences of some famous pirates. A major focus of our English lessons was to develop the boys’ oral reading and comprehension skills by immersing them in a variety of fiction and non-fiction texts through whole-class and guided reading sessions. By discussing these texts and conducting independent research, the boys expanded their vocabulary and enhanced their understanding of spelling rules relating to plurals and tense. They were then able to use this rich vocabulary to write their own engaging pirate stories. The boys worked collaboratively in Mathematics lessons to create pirate treasure maps and outline directions to find the ‘booty’.

Brodie Buckingham AKA Captain Buckleboots

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A visit to the Polly Woodside consolidated the boys’ school-based learning and further enhanced their knowledge of life aboard a ship through a series of hands-on activities. The boys also enjoyed taking on a pirate persona by dressing up and creating their very own pirate name. Seawolf Sid and Captain Squidbones were indeed fearsome. Aaarrggh! What a memorable pirate unit it was!

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Brodie Buckingham and Andrew Liu taking the helm on the Polly Woodside Ringing the bell to give directions to the person steering the ship

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YEAR 3 Life in Year 3 in 2017 has certainly been full of many fun, enriching and memorable learning experiences. Without a doubt, the St Kevin’s football and soccer tournament in mid-August was a highlight for the boys. One of the primary aims of Years 3 and 4 sport is to adequately prepare the boys for our formal APS sports program in Years 5 and 6 and beyond. It is important that the boys not only develop a rich understanding of the various APS sports but also gain a competent skill set to carry with them into the upper primary years. These skills, along with a positive understanding of competitive sport, were gained through the tournament. The boys represented their School with pride, displayed excellent sportsmanship and showed a growing understanding of the games. The boys’ extensive and enthusiastic study of Celebrations was another highlight this year. This inquiry-based unit encouraged the boys to develop their questioning and research skills. While strengthening their understanding of cultures around the world, the students worked both independently and in small cooperative learning groups. Ultimately, the boys were challenged to communicate their information orally in their own words. They used the Spark Page program to present their findings – a wonderful opportunity to enhance their technology skills. It was extremely satisfying to observe so many individuals stepping out of their comfort zone and attempting to present their ideas without the use of notes. Brendan Rahn and Victoria Fisher, Year 3 Teachers

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YEAR 4 CAMP In Term 2, Year 4 travelled to Burnside Camp in Anglesea. Boys were challenged to step out of their comfort zones straight away, with a blustery hike across the Anglesea clifftops to Split Point Lighthouse at Aireys Inlet. Canoeing and surfing gave boys the chance to encourage each other through new experiences. The camp also provided an opportunity for boys to learn responsibility, and to strengthen and broaden their friendships, as they worked together to keep cabins clean and organise the mess hall for meals. Cathy Box, Steve Lewis, Michael Stephens Year 4 Teachers

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BIRDMAN RALLY Our unit of study in Term 3 was Flight. In the classroom, boys learned about humans’ historical fascination with, and passion for, being able to fly. They also found out about inventors, flying machines and famous aviators. During Science classes, students were introduced to the scientific principles of flight. Design and Technology sessions provided the boys with an opportunity to apply their knowledge by making a balsa wood glider. The Year 4 Birdman Rally was a fitting culmination and celebration of this learning process.

CONVICT DAY To conclude our Australian history unit, the boys’ learning came to life when they dressed as convicts for the day. They were subjected to the harsh conditions inside the hulks on the River Thames (otherwise known as the Red Square!), before being carted off in chains to begin their long journey aboard the First Fleet. The boys experienced life as early settlers in the new colony by attending class at the first Australian school, established in 1789.

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YEAR 5 At Camp Howqua in Term 1, in between thrills on the flying fox and the high ropes course, the Year 5s also had to use their problem-solving skills to create buoyant rafts and complete an orienteering course.

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The camp gave the boys their first experience of outdoor camping at BGS, including waterproofing packs, completing a river walk and camping overnight. In Term 2, the boys built pinball machines during Design and Technology. In a hands-on environment, the boys were fully engaged in their learning, successfully solving problems and working cooperatively to construct their machines. The unit concluded with a Pinball Extravaganza in the GBR Hall, raising money for the Baraka School in Kenya. A highlight of the Year 5 curriculum is the study of gold and the impact of the Gold Rush on Australia. While visiting Sovereign Hill, the boys ventured underground on a guided gold mine tour, and witnessed steam-driven machinery in action, wheelwrights fixing wheels, and candle makers and confectioners plying their trades. They also learnt about the Eureka uprising via the spectacular soundand-light show, ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’. The boys finished the year by studying leadership. They explored the characteristics that make a strong leader, such as accountability, integrity, respect and passion (the four core values of BGS). The boys researched famous leaders, past and present, from Australia and around the world, in many walks of life. There were also opportunities for the boys to reflect on their own individual leadership qualities and ambitions.

Cindy van Dijk, Jacqui Stenniken, David Turner and Paul Gurry Year 5 Teachers

Camp Howqua Hugo Kepper, Keegan Barnedt and Lachie St Leger

Tomas Stewart

Ben Brown

Jack Pan and Noah Laurin

Aiden Retief

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Harry Pollock and Lachlan Roberts Diesel Saleh and Jem Spicer

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Seb Khan and Angus Roberts

Xander Mitchell and Georgen Strintzos

Joe Ramsden, Charlie Wood and Max Brownbill

Mark Zhao

Jackson Fitzpatrick and Matthew Dougan-Bath

Cade Segar and Cooper Broun Lochie Silva and Jimmy Bian

Paul Gurry and Year 5 Zachariah boys

Sam Fanning, Elden Zheng and Hugh Hasker

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YEAR 6 A plethora of highlights in Year 6 this year have created lifelong memories for our boys.

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Camp Coolamatong was the perfect environment to reconnect with old friends and forge new ones. They boys were challenged to hike, cook, bike ride, sail and overcome obstacles as a team. As they immersed themselves in the sounds, sights and fragrances of Gippsland Lakes, they also developed collegiality with classmates. Lights, camera, action! Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr enabled the boys to form bonds with one another and the Firbank girls. With transcendent singing, dancing and acting, the students invited the audience to ‘Be our guest’ and took them on a magical journey into French provincial life. The objects were enchanting and who could forget the standing ovation? Democracy was in action as Year 6 jetted to Canberra for an extensive tour of the political, cultural, sporting and scientific features of our national capital. Highlights included perusing Parliament House, learning about the voting process and democracy, being introduced to the importance of High Court, seeing science and the Minister of Education in action at Questacon and relaxing at the movies.

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Year 6 was about developing as a leader and enjoying the opportunity to mentor younger students throughout the School. The Year 6s umpired younger boys’ games, listened to them read, and helped them to learn and grow through play. These experiences provided the Year 6 boys with a valuable life lesson that leadership is about service. Hamish Leahy, Shelly Turek, Monica Le Couteur and Luke Fensling Year 6 Teachers

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L O O H C S R O JUNI S D R A W A D N A P I H S R E D A E STUDENT L 3 Burke Meliora Prize

Prize for Religious Studies Christian Field

Prize for Design and Technology Thomas McMullen

Vice-Captain Matthew Cruse

Academic Excellence James Crewdson

Prize for Science Ned Overend-Stevens

Prize for Drama Bailey Mulhall

Officers Alessandro Brook Savill Heath Fulton Jenson Galvin AJ Harris Matthew Hogg Thomas O’Leary Lachlan Paino Blake Picking Nate Stroud Angus Thomson

Attitude and Effort Matvey Kononchuk

YEAR 4 PRIZES

Prize for Japanese Ethan Abramovich

Captain of the Junior School Jarod Prins

YEAR 3 PRIZES

Progress Will Saadie

4 Bass Meliora Prize

Prize for Music Seymour Zhu

3 Wills Meliora Prize

Academic Excellence Lucas Barwood

Academic Excellence Matheus Judah

Attitude and Effort Ashton Petris

Attitude and Effort Luke Ferdinands

Progress Charles Williams

Senior Server AJ Harris

Progress Deacon Salis

4 Cook Meliora Prize

Prize for Religious Studies Shau-En Usher

Assistant Senior Servers Sam Coleman Angus Haddon

The Subject Prizes for Year 3

Academic Excellence Charlie Sabin

Prize for Science Charlie Sabin

Music Leaders Leaders of Borwick House Choir Jenson Galvin and George Roubos Leaders of the Concert Band Will Fearn Ethan Petris Leaders of the String Orchestra Lachlan Molloy Zachary Shieh

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Prize for Art Kai Ballantyne Prize for Design and Technology James Crewdson Prize for Drama Luke Ferdinands Prize for Japanese Jinheon Kim Prize for Music Ned Overend-Stevens Prize for Physical Education Kai Ballantyne

Prize for Physical Education Luke Sexton

Attitude and Effort Hamish Featherston

YEAR 5 PRIZES

Progress Daniel Cameron

5 Argyle Meliora Prize

4 Flinders Meliora Prize

Academic Excellence James Tan

Academic Excellence Thomas Dunne

Attitude and Effort Harry George

Attitude and Effort Luke Sexton

Progress Angus Roberts

Progress Frank Wu

5 Melville Meliora Prize

The Subject Prizes for Year 4 Prize for Art Hamish Featherston

Academic Excellence Hugh Hasker Attitude and Effort Lucas Hiscock


Tony Austin Memorial Prize for Religious Studies Sam Coleman

Progress Jem Spicer

Progress Julius Ferwerda

5 Scott Meliora Prize

6 Endeavour Meliora Prize

Academic Excellence Tom Jorgensen

Academic Excellence Matthew Barwood

Prize for Science William Cooney

Attitude and Effort Fletcher Hall

Attitude and Effort Brayden Hope

Special Prizes

Progress Elden Zeng

Progress Tom Howie

Year 6 Progress Prize Nate Stroud

5 Zachariah Meliora Prize

6 Investigator Meliora Prize

Academic Excellence Andrew McGregor

Academic Excellence Matthew Cruse

The A and H Bottomley Citizenship Prize Brayden Hope

Attitude and Effort Harry Pollock

Attitude and Effort Fedya Kononchuk

The Choir Prize Jenson Galvin

Progress Lachlan Roberts

Progress Nate Stroud

The Subject Prizes for Year 5

6 Resolution Meliora Prize

The Concert Band Prize Xavier Martin

Prize for Art Oliver Chang

Academic Excellence Matthew Hogg

Prize for Chinese Joshua Avats Prize for Design and Technology James Mannion Prize for Drama Ethan Rowe Prize for Music James Tan Prize for Physical Education Cade Segar Prize for Religious Studies Joshua Avats Prize for Science James Tan

YEAR 6 PRIZES 6 Discovery Meliora Prize

Attitude and Effort Eason Liu Progress Oliver Goodger

The Subject Prizes for Year 6 Prize for Art Rex Ettershank Prize for Chinese Matthew Barwood Prize for Design and Technology Blake Picking Prize for Drama Jenson Galvin Prize for eLearning William Cooney Prize for Music Zachary Shieh

Academic Excellence Thomas Doan

Prize for Outdoor Education Alexander Jacob

Attitude and Effort Thomas O’Leary

Prize for Physical Education Brayden Hope

The String Orchestra Prize Zachary Shieh The Chapel Server’s Prize AJ Harris The Chess Prize Campbell Yeo The Library Prize James Hepples The Mary Edmondson Sports Prize Oliver Goodger The Tassie Hutson Prize Oscar Sloan The House Prize Lachlan Paino The School Officers’ Prize Matthew Cruse The Park Shield Jenson Galvin The Prize for Dux of the Junior School Thomas Doan The Captain of the Junior School Prize Jarod Prins GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Following two transition days at the end of Year 6, our boys began their secondary school journey during the last week of January with excitement. Camp soon followed, with the annual trek to Apollo Bay and the Otway Ranges providing all boys with the opportunity to get to know others in their cohort, build relationships and experience BGS Outdoor Education. Additional highlights in Term 1 included the House Swimming sports and combined activities with Firbank, including debating, Book Club, Philosophy Colloquium and an activities day culminating in a historical tour of Brighton. The summer sport program concluded after six weeks of hotly contested Saturday fixtures. With a term under their belts, the boys returned from the Easter break with renewed enthusiasm, a new winter uniform (including a tie!) and a clear understanding of what is expected of them at this level. The boys were eager to turn their attention to winter sports, which would feature for the next term and a half. Music took on a greater focus with the Orchestral, Guitar and Choral Concert at St Andrew’s, followed by the Wind, Brass and Percussion performance a fortnight later. Boys and parents also had the opportunity to receive feedback about individual academic progress at the first parent–teacher interview. The Mothers’ Day Breakfast and Chapel was again well attended and remains a very special event on the Middle School calendar. After an extended mid-year break to recharge the batteries, Semester 2 commenced with a number of new experiences for the boys, including Science Week, snowsports and the Year 7 Social with Firbank. By now the boys had established better routines and more evolved study habits to hold them in good stead in the classroom. The latter weeks of Term 3 were very busy, with the commencement of spring sports, House Athletics and the annual Fathers’ Day Breakfast and Chapel service. A number of Year 7 boys contributed to some of our best results on record at the APS Athletics finals, and a record number of Year 7 water polo players enjoyed success in the pool. The novel experience of examinations became a focus in the later stages of the term as the academic year concluded. The 2017 Year 7 boys have certainly had a busy year in the Middle School, with significant personal and academic growth. They have established a firm foundation for the challenges that lie ahead in Year 8. Special thanks must go to our dedicated and wonderful House Tutors, who play such a vital role in the boys’ development and growth throughout their first year of secondary school. To Jessica Taillandier, Robert Hanley, Carina Jansen, Nicole Clark, Rhys Waterman and Darren Cook, thank you. Scott Davies and Tim Marshall Heads of Year 7

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The Year 8 boys of 2017 have navigated an exciting year, with a wide range of experiences designed to prepare them for the Senior School and beyond. From Science pracs to Maths facts and Camp to iDesign, it has been a busy ride. Year 8 is such a significant time for the boys developmentally, as they mature academically, emotionally, physically and socially. We observe them refining their approach to study, honing their sporting and music skills, and beginning to make important decisions about their own identities, their friendships and what values will remain important to them. The Year 8 boys are expected to take on greater responsibility and leadership in the Middle School, and the current crop of Year 8 boys have managed these expectations well. While greater independence is encouraged, guidance is still needed on a daily basis and we acknowledge the wonderful pastoral work of the House Tutors: 8A Christian Machar, 8C Adrienne Mewett, 8D Bianca Lentini, 8H Ryan Barnett, 8R Rachel Bailey and 8S Jamie Watson. Over their two years in the Middle School, the Year 8 boys have engaged productively in the classroom, accommodating an increased focus on visible learning and the notion of targeting individual needs, to enable them to prosper and experience success. The improvement in output, application, organisation and time management from so many boys this year is a testament to their preparedness to persevere and accept constructive feedback from the teaching staff. A community approach is always encouraged, so it is impressive to observe the positive interaction between boys in Years 7 and 8. The guidance and mentoring the older boys offer to their younger counterparts is commendable, be this academically or in the playground. Challenge is an essential component of personal growth, so it was good to see our Year 8s support and encourage one another at Camp, despite many being out of their comfort zones. More recently, the iDesign project has enabled boys to display individual passion, and to extend themselves by learning new skills. The quality of this year’s project is simply outstanding, and is a salient reminder to the boys that they can achieve extraordinary things when they apply themselves in a focused manner. As the current Year 8 boys progress to the Senior School, we hope that they will reflect fondly on their time in the Middle School. We encourage them to continue striving to be the very best version of themselves, and to ensure that they continue to respect and support each other on the journey. Peter Furey and Katie White Year 8 Heads of House

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Now in its ninth year, the Year 8 Father/Son Experience continues to attract large numbers and this year was no exception. 106 fathers and sons took to the picturesque Portsea Camp for 24 hours of bonding, reflecting and spending quality time together. Under the guidance of Dr Arne Rubinstein’s ‘The Making of Men’ program, and ably assisted by facilitators from The Man Cave, participants undertook both theoretical and physical activities. During the ‘Amazing Race’ style Portsea 7-Step Challenge, fathers and sons navigated their way around the town together while completing a range of competitive tasks. Such a great tradition on the Year 8 calendar cannot occur without the passion and attendance of a number of Middle School Staff members. Travis Hopgood, Peter Furey, Katie White, Jamie Watson, Scott Davies, Danielle Wolff, Christian Machar and Tony Smith were an integral part of the weekend’s success and must be thanked. We look forward to this initiative’s tenth birthday next year when we return to Portsea to do it all again! Tim Marshall Coordinator

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Vice-Captain of Music James Clark

Hockey Brendan Reddell

Captain of Middle School Sam Flockart

Middle School Concert Band Leader Edward Greenslade

Rugby Stirling Findlay

Vice-Captain of Middle School Andrew Penca

Middle School String Orchestra Leader James Semenov

House Captains Dylan Goodger (Armstrong) Patrick Gu (Crowther) Declan Hayes (Dixon) Sam Stewart (Hancock) Connor Marriott (Rofe) Ben Sullivan (School)

Middle School Choir Leader Chris Field

MIDDLE SCHOOL LEADERS

Leaders’ Management Chris Field Harley Chessells Senior Chapel Server Sam Wyss Culture Leader Hamish Roberts

Middle School Guitar Ensemble Leader Matthew Hill

Debating Captains Captain Chris Field Vice Captains Dylan Goodger and Lachlan Zissis

Sailing Harrison Chapman Snowsports Sam Stewart and Sam Wyss Soccer Cameron Khan Swimming Max Kortge Tennis Harley Chessells Touch Football Leo Read Water Polo No designated Captain

Sport Captains

Library Committee

Charity and Fundraising Tom Burnell

Athletics Sam Flockart

Captain Graeme Gouws

Community Liaison Jack Anson

Badminton Oscar Lo

Event Management Oliver Disney Nick Anson

Basketball James Clark

Vice Captains Mack McGrath and Eric Stone

Sport Josh Badge

Cricket Ryan Agg

Music Leaders

Cross Country No designated Captain

Captain of Music Declan Hayes

Diving Callum Bond

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Benjamin Akinci Marcus Bierens Calum Binnie Felix Brighton-Knight James Cheng Callum Couper Jackson Court Josh Dougan-Bath Ethan Gendala Dylan Goodger Liam Gouws

Xavier Hendy John Hollway Isaac Lee Cameron McIntyre Hugo Mintrom James Reid Dylan Roberts Jordan Secatore Sven Steward Jack Stewart Jordan Stewart Thomas Stretch Zac Tassoni Jarrad Thomson Jake Tuim

Charity and Fundraising Committee Tom Burnell Sam Funston Will Biddick Henry Pearson Cas Payne

Middle School Chapel Servers Senior Chapel Server Sam Wyss Deputy Chapel Server Lucas Williamson

PRIZES Year 7 Academic Prizes Dux Jorge Houridis High Distinction Jonah Campigli Aaron Hong-Dunnett Matthew Hill J Sum


Distinction Declan Bakker Jamie Hope Elijah Akinci Samson Adams James McDougall

Subject Prizes The Art Prize Luca Spampinato The Chinese Prize Isaac Lee The Drama Prize Tim Moulton The English Prize Cameron McIntyre The English as an Additional Language Prize Jerry Chen The Extension Studies Prize Zach Bowen The French Prize J Sum The Humanities Prize Declan Bakker The Japanese Prize Oscar Lo The Latin Prize Charlie Heaton The Mathematics Prize Jorge Houridis The Music Prize Aaron Hong-Dunnett The Physical Education Prize Jamie Hope The Science Prize Jorge Houridis

The Visual Communication and Design Prize Alex Holman The Woodcraft Prize Noah Hunt

Special Prizes The Dramatic Society Prize Samson Adams The Narrative Writing Competition Prize Toon Craps The Outdoor Education Prize Dougal Bland The Choir Prize Thomas Stretch

The English Prize Andrew Penca The English as an Additional Language Prize Eric Sima

The Public Speaking Prize Cameron Hathway

The French Prize Lucas Williamson

The Robyn Sorensen Prize for Instrumental Music Harrison Fulton

The Humanities Prize Sam Flockart The Japanese Prize Tony Li The Latin Prize Max Kortge The Mathematics Prize Zach Mandragona

Academic Prizes

The Music Prize Tony Li

High Distinction Andrew Penca Jack Anson Max Kortge Hamish Roberts Distinction Tony Li Lucas Williamson Lachy Miller Zach Mandragona Declan Hayes

Subject Prizes The Art Prize James Semenov The Chinese Prize Hamish Roberts

The Outdoor Education Prize Stirling Findlay

The Extension Studies Prize Eric Stone

Year 8 The AD Turnbull Prize for Dux of the Middle School Sam Flockart

The Narrative Writing Competition Prize Eric Stone

The Physical Education Prize Sam Flockart The Science Prize Andrew Penca The Visual Communication and Design Prize Max Kortge The Woodcraft Prize Harrison Chapman

The Fraser Cairns History Prize Eric Stone The Parents’ Association Prize for Most Improved Stirling Findlay The Linacre Hospital Prize for Citizenship Connor Marriott The Stewart Family Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Sport Stirling Findlay The Caltex Prize for ViceCaptain of the Middle School Andrew Penca The Osborne Family Prize for Captain of the Middle School Sam Flockart

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e c n e i r e p x E 9 r The Yea The sound of rousing chantology welcomed the Year 9 boys through the Tower and into their Houses in the Senior School. The boys met their House Captains and boys from older years with whom they would share Tutorial and House activities in the months and years ahead. Early in the year, the whole year level set off to complete the Great South West Journey. The 12-day GSWJ Outdoor Education experience is part of the Sea Change program. The boys were challenged as they hiked, canoed and mountain biked their way through almost 250 kilometres of Victoria’s beautiful southwest region. Later in the year, the boys spent another two weeks on Sea Change activities, choosing between ‘Service’ and ‘Coastal’ options. While some went as far afield as Papua New Guinea and Cape York to assist in schools, others took on local programs, helping in organisations including the Red Cross and Urban Seed. Many also enjoyed coastal trips and the chance to improve their surfing skills or gain a scuba diving qualification. There were numerous other highlights and challenges for Year 9 during 2017. Boys participated in all sorts of activities, including dancing classes and the production Legally Blonde with the Firbank girls, and F1 in Schools. The cohort had an excellent first year in Senior School, leaving the boys well set to succeed in the School and beyond during the years ahead. Peter Shepard Director of Operations, Years 7–VCE

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e c n e i r e p x E 0 1 r a The Ye Year 10 is an important year as the boys take increasing ownership of their academic journey and make choices that will influence their lives beyond school. Many boys have undertaken an accelerated VCE subject and all have planned and made subject selections for VCE and potentially for university entry or other career paths. These important choices were made easier by a number of activities. During the Futures Forum, numerous external presenters, many of them Old Boys, lead discussions about the careers they are now in, and how they got there. Morrisby testing assessed the boys’ various strengths and recommended possible career paths. The year also involved adventures that were all about being present in the here and now. A group of boys and their fathers completed the first-ever BGS Rites of Passage program. This amazing experience helped the boys in their transition to young men, and strengthened their bonds with their dads and the other men of the community. All boys had the chance to complete the Bogong High Plains snow journey. This was a major challenge, with difficult conditions. The boys worked hard to get through it and succeeded, to their own satisfaction and the pride of the staff. Later in the year all boys participated in a series of workshops known as ‘Tomorrow Man’. The aim was to enable the boys to build a deeper understanding of each other and strengthen their connections. During the workshops, the boys discussed and defined the type of men they hope to become in the years ahead. 2017 has been a remarkable year, with many firsts, and the boys can rightfully look forward with confidence to their senior years in 2018 and 2019, when they lead the School. Peter Shepard Director of Operations, Years 7–VCE

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e c n e i r e p x E 1 1 r a The Ye In 2017, Year 11 students engaged in various activities designed to support their decision making and help them develop skills needed for managing life, learning and work. A few are detailed here.

Job Skills Workshop The Job Skills Workshop aims to assist secondary school students prepare for the workplace. Students developed a resume using the BGS student careers website and participated in a mock interview conducted by a human resources professional/manager. They received written feedback to help them identify their strengths and opportunities for improvement.

Futures Forum The Futures Forum is a biennial event for students in Years 10–12. In 2017, over 60 presenters were involved, including parents, Old Boys and community members. They represented a broad range of careers, from diplomacy and humanitarian pursuits to veterinary medicine and

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the Australian Defence Force. The Forum provides the opportunity for students to hear from presenters first-hand about their career trajectory and their current employment as they capture ‘a day in the life of a…’.

VCE and Careers Expo In May students visited the Caulfield Racecourse for the VCE and Careers Expo. The VCE and Careers Expo is represented by a broad range of exhibitors and includes diverse sessions by institutional representatives, career practitioners and educators.

Launch of the ‘Smarter about Drugs’ Conversation Pack Year 11 students completing Units 1 and 2 of Global Politics were invited to attend the launch of ‘Smarter About Drugs: A Conversation Pack’. This resource is designed to help educators facilitate critical and informed discussions among students about drugs and alcohol use. Currently being trialled, it is mapped to the Australian Curriculum and is expected to empower young people to become involved in the development of drug and alcohol policies at a broader community level.


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e c n e i r e p x E 2 1 r The Yea ‘Big Fella’ camp in late January was the ultimate way to start the Year 12 journey. In only its second year, this camp involved the whole year level travelling together to Falls Creek for three days of workshops focused on how the boys would lead the School in the year ahead, as well as strategies to better cope with the stresses of Year 12. A day-long hike up and back down Mt Bogong was the first of many challenges the group accomplished together. As a part of the Legacy Project, the Year 12 boys were continually challenged throughout Term 1 as they introduced the leadership model to the younger members of their respective tutor groups. The Year 12s did a great job of modelling the four archetypes: the warrior, the wizard, the sage and the caregiver. Fortnightly Year 12 meetings gave boys the opportunity to think critically about issues that affect them, outside

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of the formal classroom setting. Nick James (OB 2015) spoke about the personal impact of road trauma. The Respectful Relationships workshop, numerous VTAC/ careers information sessions, as well as year level discussions centred on initiatives to lead the school, all provided unique opportunities for the boys to build their individual capacities. Saturday Syndicate sessions began in August and the Year 12s embraced the chance to work with and support their peers in their learning. Almost half the Year 12s regularly made the most of this invaluable opportunity to extend their understanding through collaborative learning. Congratulations must go to this fine group of young men. They have continued to embrace the challenges faced, grown together as a cohort and left their legacy as the Class of 2017. Amy Atchison Head of VCE Programs


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O L H O C S R I O SEN S R D A W A D A N P H I R S E A D ST UDE NT LE

SENIOR SCHOOL LEADERS

Dixon

Badminton

Lawn Bowls

Captain Lachlan Ewers

Captain Lachlan Foy

Captain Xavier Pym

Captain of School Ben Durkin

Vice-Captains Max Burt Will Lewis

Vice-Captain Rob Tongs

Rowing

Vice-Captains Oliver Barden Branko Skocic Prefects Jack Carlson Simon Farrow Callum Furey Tom Haddon Harry Hynes David Lawlor Will Lewis Julian Ou Rob Tongs Zachary Warren International Captain Michael Wang

Hancock Captain Oscar Donald Vice-Captains Jack Mason Joseph Micari

Rofe Captain Paddy Inglis Vice-Captains Callum Furey Jack Carlson

School

Vice-Captain Feilong Yun

Captain Tom Haddon

house leaders

Vice-Captains Will Paynter Michael Wang

Armstrong Captain Samuel Kastrinakis Vice-Captains Max Bowyer Sasha Parsons

Co-CURRICULAR LEaDERS SPORT

Crowther

Athletics

Captain Sam Grose

Captain Finn Campigli

Vice-Captains Simon Farrow Xavier Pym

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Basketball Captain Sasha Parsons Vice-Captain Tyler Jackson

Cricket Captain Nathan Murphy Vice-Captains Matt Harris Ben Durkin

Cross Country Captains Josh Smith Sam Luo

Diving Captain Luca Jarvis

Football Captain Sebastian Williams Vice-Captains Alfred Jarnestrom Nathan Murphy Will Lewis

Hockey Captain Jack Carlson Vice-Captain Rob Tongs

Captain Will Lewis Vice-Captains Oliver Barden Lachlan Ewers

Rugby Captain Max Burt Vice-Captains Mitchell Hurd Max Markham

Sailing Captain Ethan O’Brien

Soccer Captain Sandy Faulds Vice-Captains Branko Skocic Charles Fry

Snowsports Captain Matt Speirs

Swimming Captain Julian Wilson Vice-Captain Will Paynter


Tennis Captain Jack Summerfield Vice-Captains Julian Ou Connor Hipwell

Touch Football Captains Oscar Donald Henry Moir

Water Polo Captain Will Paynter

MUSIC Captain Ned Wright-Smith Vice-Captains Steven Alesi Julian Ou Leader of Senior Symphony Orchestra Rob Tongs Leader of Senior Choir Steven Alesi Leader of Senior Big Band Michael Wang Leader of the Intermediate Stage Band Julian Ou Leader of Corelli Orchestra Rob Tongs Leader of Senior Concert Band Elliott Ayers Leader of Cello Choir Julian Ou Leader of Senior Guitar Ensemble Felix Gong

CHESS Captain Sasha Parsons

DEBATING AND PUBLIC SPEAKING Captain Rob Tongs Vice-Captains Mitchell Hughes Simon Farrow Julian Ou

DRAMA Captain Steven Alesi Vice-Captains Alex Adams Sam Grose

service leaders Student Wellbeing Committee Captain Alex Adams Vice-Captains Kevin Wang Callum Drake

Boys who have been at the School for 10 Years or more Matthew Acheson Brandon Ahrbeck Steven Alesi Daniel Aquila James Aquila Elliott Ayers Jack Carlson Oscar Donald Wilson Du Samuel Kastrinakis Max Laumets Henry Petch Nicholas Roberts Angus Stevenson Rob Tongs Zachary Warren Samuel Whiteley

YEAR 9 Subject Prizes Art Alec Ciciulla Chinese Second Language James Sherborne

Visual Communication and Design Jackson Sweet Wood Technology Jordan Segar Latin Jaikob Akinci Mathematics Jaikob Akinci Science Jaikob Akinci IT Robotics Joel Dow Geography Carl Rumbens Politics Nathaniel Hollis Music Styles and Technology Thomas Sullivan Dunne History Jaikob Akinci

SPECIAL PRIZES

Commerce Jaikob Akinci

The Friends of Music Performance Prize Jason Tang

Chapel

Drama Joel Dow

The Sea Change Prize Luke Langdon

Senior Server Simon Farrow

English Carl Rumbens

Assistant Senior Server Rob Tongs

English as an Additional Language Peter Qui

The Outdoor Education Prize Dominic Frederico

Student Council David Lawlor Oliver Barden

Student Thurifer Callum Furey

2017 Brightonians Boys who commenced in the Early Learning Centre Sam Grose Michael Hanna Lachlan McCormack Harry Osborne Will Paynter Xavier Pym Daniel Snowsill Jackson Warne

World of Writing Liam Konidaris French Harrison Kirkham Japanese Costa Chantzos Health and Physical Education Harrison Kirkham

The A.J. Simpson Prize for Religious Education Darby Hipwell The Year 9 Progress Prize Richard Jiang Academic Excellence Awards Liam Konidaris Brandon Hall Harrison Kirkham Carl Rumbens Costa Chantzos

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YEAR BY YEAR The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 9 Jaikob Akinci

Science Joshua Sum

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Visual Communication and Design Jacob Travers

SUBJECT PRIZES Art Austin Zou Chinese Second Language Matthew Young Commerce Thomas Banfield Drama Matthew Young Engineering Archer Disney English David Peng English as an Additional Language Jason Jin Financial Literacy Leo Kouskouris Forensic Science Harry Barden French Joshua Sum Geography Joshua Sum History Leo Kouskouris Japanese Curtis Wilson Latin David Li Mathematics Matthew Warman Psychology Thomas Banfield

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Sports Exercise Science Max James

SPECIAL PRIZES The Year 10 Alpine Best and Fairest Prize Lawrence Liu The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education Harrison Preston The Robert Asche Memorial Prize for Information Technology Lukas Giannatos The Maurice Dowd Memorial Prize for Woodwork Cameron Glasgow The Friends of Music Performance Prize Stephen Suits The Public Speaking Prize Harry Barden The Year 10 Progress Prize Joshua Canham Academic Excellence Awards Max James Felix Flockart Harrison Preston Curtis Wilson The Alan MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 10 Joshua Sum

YEAR 11 Subject Prizes Accounting Jack Liu Art Thomas Bennett Biology Max Purcell

Legal Studies James Chand Latin Michael Dean Mathematical Methods Steven Sun Kei Hirasedo Specialist Mathematics Hank Hua

Business Management Cameron Berry

Health and Physical Education Lachlan Hernadi

Chemistry Michael Dean

Year 11 OELP Leader Ned Bellmaine

Chinese First Language Jason Jin

Physics Hank Hua

Chinese Second Language William Agius

Australian and Global Politics Hamish McDowell

Chinese Second Language Advanced Lawrence Liu Drama Luke Burgess Economics Felix Gong English Michael Dean English as an Additional Language Steven Zhang Literature Kosta Arvanitakis French Scott Lee Ethan O’Brien History 20th Century Jasper Mutimer Computing Ryan Hartshorne Japanese Max Twycross

Psychology Brad Marais Product Design and Technology Finn Parker Visual Communication and Design Martin Kulesza

Special Prizes The Friends of Music Performance Prize Steven Zhang The Allan Zavod Jazz Prize Steven Zhang The Public Speaking Prize Callum Drake The Lewis Luckins Memorial Prize for General Mathematics Anthony Evans


The Year 11 Progress Prize Tom Franklyn

The H.A. Glover Prize for English David Lawlor

The Product Design and Technology Prize Tom Downs

Academic Excellence Awards Ethan O’Brien William Lam Steven Sun Toby Bendel

The English as a Second Language Prize William Feng

The Psychology Prize William Lam (Year 11)

The French Prize Zachary Warren

The Software Development Prize Ed Curwen (Year 11)

The Monash Prize for Dux of Year 11 Hank Hua

The R. W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Further Mathematics Max Laumets

The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Specialist Mathematics Jack Liu (Year 11)

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The Geography Prize Elliott Ayers

The Theatre Studies Prize Ned Wright-Smith

SUBJECT PRIZES The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Accounting Tom Downs The Art Prize Oliver Platt The Marie and Ivan Epstein Prize for Biology Luke Ianuali (Year 11)

The Frank Cooper Memorial Prize for Global Politics Ben Durkin The R.H. Wallman Prize for History Revolutions Ben Durkin The Japanese Prize Charles Zeng

The Business Management Prize Victor Jakobus (Year 11)

The Class of 2012 Robert Connor Dawes Prize for Latin David Lawlor Zachary Warren

The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Chemistry David Lawlor

The Bob Hamilton Memorial Prize for Legal Studies Joseph Micari

The Chinese as a First Language Prize Simon Wang (Year 11)

The Literature Prize Oliver Platt

The Chinese as a Second Language Prize Tom Chen (Year 11) The Chinese as a Second Language Advanced Prize Jerry Gong (Year 11) The Economics Prize Kei Hirasedo (Year 11)

The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Mathematical Methods Sasha Parsons The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education Callum Furey The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Physics Zachary Warren

The Visual Communication Design Prize Oliver Platt The University Mathematics Prize David Lawlor

SPECIAL PRIZES The 1967 Prefects’ Games Prize Oliver Barden The Wellbeing Ethics Belief Prize Mitchell Dekker The Peter Goodall Drama Prize Steven Alesi The Philip Kondelos Music Prize Ned Wright-Smith The H.V. Mitchell Essay Prize Ben Durkin

The Brighton Grammarians’ Lodge Prize (in memory of Ivan Stedman) Nathan Murphy The J.R. Wallman Progress Prize Jimmy Zheng The G.D. Hird Memorial Prize Elliott Ayers The A. and H. Bottomley Citizenship Prize David Lawlor The R.M. Millar Prize (formerly MASCO Prize) Lachlan McCormack The Noel Thomas Memorial Prize Zachary Warren The W.A. Clarke Prize Julian Ou The R.F. Waring Memorial Prize David Lawlor The Jim Fraser Memorial Prize Rob Tongs The Selwyn Noall Memorial Rhodes Prize Ben Durkin The Prize for the ViceCaptain of the School Branko Skocic Oliver Barden The OBGS Prize for the Captain of the School Ben Durkin

The R.W.T. Cowan Prize for Public Speaking David Lawlor

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n o t h g i r B d l O e h T y t e i c o S ’ s n a i r a m Gram The Old Brighton Grammarians’ Society (OBGS) was founded in 1908 by Dr George Henry Crowther, with the aim of keeping Old Boys in touch with their school through social functions and sporting clubs.

Events specifically for young alumni included a great ‘Grand Final Eve Eve’ barbecue in the Atrium.

The OBGS has expanded somewhat since its inception, but cultivating and maintaining alumni connections, both within the Society and to the School, remains its core function. All students of Brighton Grammar, regardless of tenure at the School, become life members of the Old Brighton Grammarians’ Society – a strong and valuable network that will serve them for the rest of their lives. In addition to opportunities to reconnect with their year level at regular reunions, members enjoy many other opportunities to network with Old Boys from different year levels. For example, the OBGS runs reunions in different regions around Australia and the world. These reunions are a great opportunity to connect with other Old Boys in the area, which can be of great personal and professional value. Next year, the OBGS will introduce business networking events, providing Old Boys with the chance to connect with others in their industry and hear from expert speakers. Events such as these are wonderful mentoring and career advancement opportunities. The Brighton Grammar community is a close-knit one; if your son wants to talk to someone doing his degree or working in his chosen field of endeavour, he can make that connection through the OBGS. Currently, this can be done through the Alumni Office but in 2018, the OBGS will launch a new website that will facilitate online connection of Old Boys for mentoring, networking and business promotion. Whatever you are doing or seeking, there are always Old Boys willing to help.

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The OBGS has two very strong clubs – football and soccer. These clubs are great communities to be a part of, whether it be playing, supporting or volunteering in some way. Boys, once they finish at BGS, as well as their parents are most welcome to join these communities. The OBGS welcomes ideas from its members. We are here to support and enhance community. Class of 2017, you may not be a student at Brighton Grammar any more, but you will always be a Brighton Grammarian and you will always be part of the BGS family. Kate Birrell Alumni and Community Manager


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y t i n u m m o C e r a Sh Campus What is Share community campus? Share Community Campus (SCC) is an initiative of Firbank and Brighton Grammar Schools whereby the schools’ facilities are shared with external users, primarily children’s program providers. These providers run their specialised programs at the schools’ facilities, after school, during the holidays and on weekends. Mostly external users attend these programs, which is a great way of sharing our school facilities with the wider community.

Why does it exist? SCC was established in 2001 because research indicated that the local community considered Firbank and BGS to be elitist and, in essence, ‘gated’ communities. By opening up the doors, it was hoped that the broader community would see the true nature of the schools, staff and families. Research also indicates that there are strong academic, behavioural, social and emotional benefits to after-school programs. After-school is a great environment to learn how to become a learner, which is a prerequisite to academic achievement. Learning by experience, reflection and skill building is developed. Conflict resolution skills and healthy lifestyle habits are formed. There is space to engage in reflection, planning and problem solving. In fact, the benefits are so great that dosage is important too. Those who attend more or over a longer period of time benefit most.

Has SCC been a success? With over 90,000 students (mostly from ‘outside’ Firbank and BGS) coming through the schools’ doors to attend programs over the last 12 years, a financial contribution of over $1.5 million, and new student enrolments arising from attendance at these programs, we think so! Sonia Wagner Community Education Manager

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y p o r h t Philan It has been wonderful to witness the growing culture of philanthropy at BGS and this was clearly evident on Giving Day – see page 4 for more.  To the 431 donors in our community, a sincere thank you for enabling us to offer the gift of a BGS education to two boys who would not otherwise be able to attend the School. Over the past few years, through the generous support of our community, we have been able to bring to life eight fully funded scholarships at BGS. In 2018, and as our culture of philanthropy continues to strengthen, we will be reaching out to our community for support for our most ambitious building program in the School’s history – a new science, design and technology precinct. You will hear more about this vital facility in the not-too-distant future.    If you would like to make a gift to our Building, Library or Scholarship Fund, or to discuss leaving a gift to the School through a bequest, please contact me on 03 8591 2280 or jphillips@brightongrammar.vic.edu.au. John Phillips Director of Advancement

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e h t m o Fr archives In 1918, the new Headmaster, LieutenantColonel Henry Arnold Crowther, announced that the School would introduce Manual Training for boys. The trend at the time was sloyd (also known as Educational sloyd), after the Swedish word slőjd, meaning skilful methods in woodcraft. Crowther had seen an exhibition of sloyd works featuring household implements, such as bread boards, shoe racks and trays, all made to a set pattern. Crowther belied that the sloyd method could enhance the general development of a boy’s natural facility, and that it promoted mental development at both primary and secondary levels. The production of items was secondary to the learning process. In educational terms, it was believed that handicrafts built character and encouraged moral behaviour, greater intelligence, and industriousness. The promotion of sloyd at Brighton Grammar was innovative. Worldwide, the Arts and Craft movement was influencing design and the selection of materials. Emphasis was placed on natural timbers and terracotta rather than glass and steel – a rejection of the Machine Age and war manufacturing, and a return to a craft base. BGS boys were encouraged to learn about nature by using native materials, going for nature walks along the beach and drawing freehand their own observations of woods, leaves, fruits and flowers. These exercises were known in sloyd as ‘object lessons’. The Education Department was keen to promote sloyd. It paid teachers 7s 6d per session to attend Saturday morning classes, and schools with a qualified teacher were supplied with a bench and tools, and received £20 per year. Dr Jane Mayo Carolan Archivist

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n u R s ’ r o Conn The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation, created in June 2013, holds a special place in the BGS heart and this is nowhere more evident than through the School’s support of Connor’s Run. Robert Connor Dawes attended BGS from 2008 to 2012 and tragically passed away as a result of a brain tumour in 2013. The run is held annually in Robert’s memory to raise funds for ‘brain matters’ in the areas of research, care and development. In 2017, we had a huge turnout of current students, parents and staff to operate a water station and cheer the runners as they passed. This year, the run exceeded the $600,000 goal, raising $773,641 in donations. Headmaster Ross Featherston completed the run carrying an additional 5kg of weight (1kg for every $1000 raised by the BGS community). It was fantastic to see a number of current and past students, parents and staff run on by. Particularly special moments included seeing Nick James with his team of walkers and our MITS (Melbourne Indigenous Transition School) student Jordan ‘Jordy’ Bourke coming through the finish line. Deanne Cannizzaro Director of Resources (PE/Health and Outdoor Ed)

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ipe the kitchen bench. Wash Braeden’s hockey gear after the match. Reheat the leftovers from yesterday. “There’s quite a bit of routine involved, let me warn you,” an older mother had told me when I had just had my firstborn. How naïve I was then, laughing her comment off. “Wouldn’t mind a bit of routine right about now,” I chuckled, as Braeden yet again began screaming for reasons I could not comprehend. I was met with a light round of laughter, as the room full of sleepless mothers courteously humoured me, paying little attention to the book we agreed to read for our newfound book club. How naïve I was. Now, I idly dream of my youth; my records of Michael Hutchence, belting out the words of Beautiful Girl as Steve and I would dance carefree around our threeroom apartment building, keeping the neighbors awake with our antics. Now, I hear only the obnoxious cacophony of Chris Brown telling me that he’s going to dance forever, the music leaking from Braeden’s room. Good luck with that, I think to myself.

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Steve’s arrival at home marked 6pm, an indicator that the casserole was due to be put in the oven. I could always tell when Steve was home; it’s hard to miss the distinct sound of his old 1972 Cadillac coughing and spluttering as it enters the driveway. Steve loves the thing, partially because he has never had the pleasure of working under the hood – that task, he leaves up to me. I’ve fixed the lubrication system more times than I can count, I tighten the brake pedal on what seems to be a regular basis and I can align the drive belt around the crankshaft pulley faster than a formula one pit team. Menial chores have never been Steve’s ‘thing’; after all, who has time for humdrum errands when you have a six-figure accounting job in the biggest hedge fund in the country? The slamming of the front door brings me back to reality, and I quickly preheat the oven to 180 degrees. “How was work today, hun?” I ask, cautiously optimistic that this would be the day I would get more than a one-word response.

“Same old.” It has been this way for a few years now. Ever since the first few white hairs appeared, ever since my skin first began to sag, there has been a distance between Steve and I; growing steadily worse as time goes on and these old harridan lines continue to spread. Steve grunts as he kicks back on the couch, flicking on the TV and flipping to the footy as he loosens his tie. The room is engulfed by the enthusiastic cries of Bruce McAvaney offering a play-by-play as Geelong battle it out with the Hawks, accompanied by the faint melodies of Kanye West’s new album escaping Braeden’s room. “Get me a beer, will you?” shouts Steve over the TV, waiting patiently as I stop washing the plates and pull one from the fridge. Surely this task deserves some appreciation, I think to myself. A light kiss on the cheek would be nice – even a “thank you” would be enough.


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he wouldn’t know, I assured myself, thinking back to the horrible conversation I had with the girl. She didn’t know. And that’s why I told her. Why I told her about the importance of observing and paying attention to your surroundings these days. The importance of knowing all that happened around you.

I was keen on getting back home. The night was a cold, dark yet dry one. Here and there I observed the few little flickering of lights. My eyes seemed to stalk the rats as they fled away into the sewer. My ears listened attentively to the small tutting noises the few cars made, as they drove by. Or rather, the tanks. Observing things was not only important for viewing purposes, but also crucial for survival. You see, in my world, my time, every little detail you miss could be fatal. You could miss the gun, peeping out of a broken window. Miss the bang it makes when it launches the bullet right at your leg. Bleed then you would. Die. Right on that very spot. Rot away with the gravel beneath your bloody feet.   I felt a cold, wet slob of a tear glide down my cheek. I observed it dropping down to the cold gravel. Observed it die and mix with the soil.   Just like my elder sister, Julie had.  I remember it clearly. The sound the gun made. Remember the speeding bullet, aimed right for me. Remember thinking that it was the end. Of me. That I was going to die with a bullet stuck in my chest. I remember

closing my eyes. Not seeing what had happened. Not seeing how Julie had dived in front of me. Not realising that the quick, high pitched scream hadn’t come from me. I had thought I was dead. But when I took my hands off of my eyes, I saw her. Or rather her blood that seemed to leech into the gravel. It was truly horrific. Such a detailed way of death that only war can pursue. It happened a month ago. But it felt so long ago. It felt like I had matured so much, that I had become a man.   Now, I stalk the street. Gun by side. My ears so alert, my eyes ready, and my trigger-finger ready to fire. Fire a bullet. That bullet would take an enemy out. An enemy, who was probably forced to go into this war. Who probably had a family. Had kids. Had a life that he could have lived.  I snapped back to my senses, angry at myself that I had drifted off. I reminded myself that I could have been shot. That in that ten-second flash-back, I could have suffered the same fate as Julie. Except I wouldn’t have died brave. I would have died stupid. If I had been shot then and there, Julie would have died for no purpose.   I snapped back. Because I saw it. The gun. The gun that could have been fatal. It could have shot me dead. Put a bullet in my chest. Chuck one in my leg. For all it cared, fire a couple more rounds to prove who was boss.   But he didn’t. And the gun didn’t. My gun did. And I did.  

His life was simple. And his death was useless.   A pull of the trigger with my finger. A screeching loud BANG! Then a horrified, loud scream. And then silence.   Just like the other 70 million people who died. But most of them didn’t have the privilege to get shot. No. They died of hunger. Of mass toxic gas. Disease.  Devastation. And then it happened. The gun. It was peeking out of a window I had thought I had checked. I ducked, but too late. A bullet launched at my leg, and I felt my blood spurting out of the wound, and into the soil. I screamed. And this time I knew it was my voice, because not even a second later, everything went black. When I opened my eyes, I saw it. The sun. Was I dead? “Who are you?” the voice said. I didn’t see him, or know him but I replied:

“Jonah. My name is Jonah.”

Miraculously, the voice responded: “Welcome to Area 4.1.” Pretty soon I discovered this to be what it was. Area 4.1 was a huge system that had dark and long tunnels leading into different timelines and places. I also found out what people used it for.

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he screams of the barbarians raged through the battlefield, as the blizzard began to settle in. The Knights of the Silver Circle were surrounded by hordes of barbarians. As the blizzard finally arrived, Lionel, a squire to the gallant knight Sir Belgrave was separated from his mentor, after the knight strangely ran off into the mist. Lost, cold and afraid, Lionel called out for Belgrave but nothing could be heard over the roaring storm. Lionel, weak, headed further out into the blizzard. Unable to hold himself up anymore, Lionel collapsed, not even being able to feel the snow on his face and fell unconscious. As Lionel awoke he almost immediately began searching the battlefield for his mentor. Lionel found later him, but not in the way he intended. Belgrave was barely alive, bleeding onto the snow. “Sir?” asked Lionel “What happened here?” “Don’t bother trying to save me, child,” said Sir Belgrave, “I’m long gone.” “Master, please don’t leave me!” exclaimed Lionel. “You’re the only family I have left.” “I tried my best to keep calm, but I was

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so afraid of them, I… just… let him kill me,” sobbed Belgrave. This was a shock for Lionel. He never knew that the great Sir Belgrave was ever afraid of anything; he’d assumed he was a fearless warrior with no equal and superior to any savage barbarian. “Your death will be honoured, noble Belgrave, I will make sure of this,” cried Lionel. “Honour!” said Belgrave. “What do you know about honour, you who has never faced true fear? You must learn what honour is, before pretending that you are a warrior. Know this, before you step onto that thin red path, where no misstep is allowed and it’s impossible to turn back: you must know that the path only ends when your legs fail to support you and your heart stops beating. It will take you, without any shame, into the cold hands of death.” Belgrave then drew in his final breath and shut his eyes. Lionel stayed with the deceased Belgrave, having no idea where to go. As his last guardian left him, Lionel pulled out Belgrave’s longsword and knelt down, preparing to plunge the sword into his already desolate heart. Three – everything was quiet, not another noise could be heard. Two – he

could hear the voice of a woman crying for help in the distance, and before the count of one the cry for help became real as Lionel saw a desperate cloaked woman running away from an armed ruffian. Lionel couldn’t stand to see another person too afraid to defend themselves die. He charged towards the brute and immobilised him quickly with a swift sword strike to the leg. The man was down and the woman escaped into the frosty mist. Lionel trained for years on end after that day, perfecting his fighting with the longsword and his technique in horseback riding. Many years passed, as did many thoughts in Lionel’s head. Believing that if he was not serving anyone and was harming others, this would make him the most dishonourable knight; he would never let anyone suffer the same fate that Belgrave did. Lionel now ready walked into the armoury, readying himself for what was to happen. What walked out of that armoury was The Warden, defender of the weak and fearful, the light that guides the people and the knight that brings both hope for the good, and terror for the wicked. The legend of The Warden has begun.


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Top Row L-R Jonathan Leadbeater, Jason Gu, Patrick Liddle, Timothy Krynski, Daniel Abbott, Elliott Ayers, Ned Wright-Smith, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, David Li, Justin Feng, Steven Alesi. 3rd Row L-R Kei Hirasedo, Dennis Gu, Gary Hu, Liam Konidaris, Tom Chen, Ben Durkin, Rob Tongs, Warren Lee, Gordon Chen, Felix Gong, Mitch Dow, Matthew Leadbeater. 2nd Row L-R Flynn Dickson, Victor Jakobus, Jacob Ni, Kevin Gao, William Lam, Steven Zhang, James Hamilton, Michael Dean, Victor Ding, Charlie Hannah, James Sherborne. 1st Row L-R Isaac Lee, Jason Tang, Tim Johnson, Nicholas Roberts, Daniel Parish, Mr. Simon Baldwin, Mr. Jamie Ransome, Mr. Willem Van der Vis, Julian Ou, Zach Adam-Gedge, Martin Kulesza, Andrew Wang. Absent Isaac Burgess, Ms. Imogen Manins, Ms. Tatiana Oskolkov, Mr. Jye Todorov.

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cello ensemble

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Top Row L-R Andrew Wang, Zach Adam-Gedge, Jason Tang, Isaac Lee. 1st Row L-R Martin Kulesza, Julian Ou, Ms. Imogen Manins, Nicholas Roberts.

L-R Julian Ou, Rob Tongs, Kei Hirasedo, Felix Gong.

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band

Top Row L-R Wei-Yee Hall, Ral St John, Steve Suits, Teddy Lovell, Jasper Tsindos, Kevin Wang, Andy Nie. 4th Row L-R Liam McInerney, William Feng, William Speyer, Harrison Kirkham, David Parlane, Ben Durkin, Max Purcell. 3rd Row L-R Luke Hart, Timothy Krynski, Mitz Metaxas, Jason Gu, Tom Chen, Lachie Briggs, Steven Zhang, James Hamilton. 2nd Row L-R Seth Evans-Greenwood, Matthew Cook, Mitch Dow, Michael Dean, Jacob Ni, William Lam, Seamus Mintrom, Leo Kouskouris, Harrison Fulton. 1st Row L-R Eric Sima, Charlie Hannah, Elliott Ayers, Mr. Jamie Ransome, Miss Frances Walker, Ned Wright-Smith, Ollie Cruse, Jevons Wang. Absent Michael Wang.

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SENIOR music of

Top Row L-R Harry Roubos, Benjamin Booth. 1st Row L-R Felix Gong, Dylan Tomsic, Hristos Paraskevas.

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senior choir Top Row L-R William Speyer, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Matthew Ross, Martin Kulesza, Teddy Lovell, Ned Wright-Smith, Ral St John, Kevin Wang, Jaxon Putland, Nicholas Roberts. 3rd Row L-R Isaac Burgess, Zach Adam-Gedge, Jack Wyss, Nick Adams, James Barber, Michael Wang, Rob Tongs, Aqil Packir Saibo, Kip Gibney, Patrick Liddle, Lachie Briggs. 2nd Row L-R Seamus Mintrom, Matthew Cook, Jack Morrison, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Liam Konidaris, Alec Ciciulla, Max Blyth, Flynn Dickson, Jaikob Akinci, Jack Peters, Ewan Smith, Callum Stanford. 1st Row L-R Joel Dow, Charlie Hannah, Mitch Dow, Andrew Wang, Mr. Isaac Mouskovias, Steven Alesi, Mr. Jared Furtado, Sam Banfield, Jordan De Worsop, Joel Tyler, James Sherborne. Absent Dante Caruso, Jonathan Leadbeater, Matthew Leadbeater, Steven Luo, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Kotaro Shu, Joshua Tate.

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Top Row L-R Declan Hayes, Mitch Dow, Luke Hart, Andy Nie, Max Purcell, Steven Zhang, Felix Gong. 1st Row L-R Mitz Metaxas, Lachie Briggs, Steve Suits, Teddy Lovell, Mr. Jamie Ransome, William Feng, Jasper Tsindos, Charlie Hannah, Harrison Fulton. Absent Thomas Picking, Michael Wang.

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Top Row L-R Hamish Andersen, Hugo Mintrom, Nick Anson, Thomas Galinas, Fynn Lade, Max Mozina, Charlie Catt, Miss Adrienne Mewett. 1st Row L-R Chris Field, Stanley Chen, Felix Brighton-Knight, Sam Flockart, Samson Adams, James Capp, Josh Foulds. Absent Zach Adam-Gedge, Declan Bakker, Sam Banfield, Mr. Myles Collins, Callum Binnie, Jackson Crawshaw, Joel Dow, Thomas Draheim, Seth EvansGreenwood, Lenny Ewers, Kip Gibney, Ethan Lyons, Aqil Packir Saibo, Max Post, Matthew Ross, Zac Tassoni, Jarrad Thomson, Matt Warrell.

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flute ensemble

Top Row L-R Felix Gong, Kei Hirasedo, David Li, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Justin Feng, Gordon Chen, Dennis Gu, James Sherborne. 1st Row L-R Jason Tang, Julian Ou, Mr. Willem Van der Vis, Rob Tongs, Nicholas Roberts, Andrew Wang.

Top Row L-R Oscar Lo, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann. 1st Row L-R Jevons Wang, James Reid, Sven Steward. Absent Joel Tyler.

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middle school c

Top Row L-R Jiaze Jin, Edward Greenslade, Connor Marriott, Tim Moulton, Max Mozina, Eric Chen. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Kurt Abell, Liam Gouws, James Reid, Lexi Wang, Sam Vakirtzis, Jay Liu, Oscar Lo, Callum Heath, Miss Frances Walker. 1st Row L-R William Moreton, Benjamin Akinci, Elijah Akinci, Thomas Bond, Jack Kissane, Finn Watson-Hook, Shaun Gunaratna, Samson Adams. Absent Declan Bakker, Samuel Breen, Charles Chen, Cameron McIntyre, Mr. Julian Schweitzer, Lucas Toms.

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intermediate co

Top Row L-R Jaikob Akinci, Sky Wu, Joshua Bortolussi, Ryan Thorpe, Charlie Clarke, Yali Lin, Dan Griffith. 3rd Row L-R Thomas Picking, Larry Li, Vassili Kyparisis, Sam Reid, Eric Stone, Edmund Burt, Toby Marsden. 2nd Row L-R Lucas Pithie, Hugo Mintrom, Jarrad Thomson, Lukas Giannatos, Joshua Tate, Tony Li, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Alec Ciciulla, Mr. Kurt Abell. 1st Row L-R Hamish Roberts, Henry Kerr, Marcus Sorensen, Hayden Cory, Joel Tyler, Joel Dow, Nathaniel Fyffe, Zach Mandragona, Sven Steward. Absent Ms. Helen Hardy, Jason He, Luke Marsden, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Mr. Cameron Smith.

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Top Row L-R James Clark, Owen Vulcan, Jack Tiver, Tim Moulton, William Stebbing, Thomas Galinas, Stirling Findlay, Cameron Hathway, Michael Paltoglou. 2nd Row L-R Marcus Bierens, Callum Heath, Hugo Mintrom, Jackson Pantelopoulos, Charlie Catt, Jack Kissane, David Canta, Samson Adams. 1st Row L-R Xavier Hendy, Brite Zeng, Hamish Andersen, Finn Watson-Hook, Dylan Goodger, Jordan Stewart, James Semenov, Shaun Gunaratna, Thomas Stretch. Absent Declan Bakker, Lenny Ewers, Chris Field, Jasper Findlay, Darcy Gilbert.

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Top Row L-R Flynn Dickson, Edmund Burt, Wei-Yee Hall, Joshua Bortolussi, Jaikob Akinci, Alec Ciciulla, Seamus Mintrom, Mr. Kurt Abell. 1st Row L-R Lucas Pithie, Larry Li, Harrison Kirkham, Ryan Thorpe, Julian Ou, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Jerry Chen, Toby Marsden. Absent Hayden Cory, Luke Marsden.

Top Row L-R Declan Hayes, Thomas Stretch, Hamish Andersen, Jorge Houridis, Thomas Galinas, Lucas Williamson, David Canta. 1st Row L-R Jordan Stewart, James Hare, James Semenov, Ms. Terry-Anne Ashley, James Cheng, Stanley Chen, Charlie Catt. Absent Isaac Lee.

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wilson house c

Top Row L-R Heath Fulton, Jarod Prins, Thomas O’Leary, Daniel Dai, Kalem Meyer, Erik Kyparisis, James Hepples, Thomas Hahn. 3rd Row L-R Julius Ferwerda, Charlie Paterson, William Yang, Eason Liu, Hugo Ferguson, Joe Ramsden, Matthew Hogg, Oliver Goodger, Mr. Kurt Abell. 2nd Row L-R William Cooney, Xavier Martin, Ryan Zhu, Oliver Dipietrantonio, AJ Harris Jr, Alexander Jacob, Oliver Howell, Max Thomas. 1st Row L-R George Roubos, Ethan Petris, Leon Haralambakis, Matthew Barwood, Zac Regelman, Alessandro Brook Savill, Oscar Cowling, Will Fearn, Matty Goss. Absent Mrs. Helen Hardy, Hunter Absalom.

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Top Row L-R Chris Field, James Semenov, Edward Greenslade, Matthew Hill. 1st Row L-R Declan Hayes, Mr. Jamie Ransome, James Clark.

Top Row L-R Mr. Kurt Abell, Edward Greenslade, Ryan Thorpe, Charles Chen, Mr. Julian Schweitzer. 1st Row L-R Charlie Clarke, Steven Zhang, Mitch Dow, James Hamilton, Alec Ciciulla.

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choir

Top Row L-R Tom Crennan, Tom Jorgensen, Sam Fanning, Ryan Williams, Oscar Sloan, Angus Thomson, James Pascoe, James Hepples, James Longley. 3rd Row L-R AJ Harris Jr, William Stretch, Aidan Williams, Jackson Chen, Julius Ferwerda, Thomas O’Leary, Jacob Ellery, Alexander Jacob, Jenson Galvin, Ethan Rowe, Oliver Goodger, Hugh Hasker. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Isaac Mouskovias, Matt Fuller, Samuel Walters, Alistair Liddle, Oliver Howell, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Xavier Martin, Zachary Shieh, Hugo Fyfe, Andrew Zhang, Will Fearn, Mr. Jared Furtado. 1st Row L-R Andrew McGregor, Hugo Kepper, Will O’Leary, Alessandro Brook Savill, Jarvis Rowe, Trent Vincent, Cooper Chilcott, Felix Wolfe, Seymour Zhu. Absent Oskar Andersen, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Matty Goss, Will Kissane, George Roubos, Charlie Sabin.

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Top Row L-R Jack Tiver, William Stebbing, Dylan Goodger. 1st Row L-R Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen, Matthew Hill, Charlie Heaton. Absent Jackson Court, George McDowell, David Yuan.

Top Row L-R Richard Fan, Jerry Zheng, Heath Fulton, James Longley. 1st Row L-R Aashvik Sareen, Will O’Leary, Trent Vincent, AJ Harris Jr. Absent Mr. Kieren Ray.

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band

Top Row L-R James Lineham, Derrick Cee, Kevin Liao, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Gus Calder, Sam Fanning, Terence Wang, Jerry Zheng, Harry Cotton, Thomas Doan, Shohma Funasaka, Heath Dickson, Aidan Williams, Nat Khan. 3rd Row L-R Aiden Retief, Sam Trainor, Luca Robinson, Brayden Hope, William Stretch, Xander Mitchell, Will O’Connor, Harry Newett, Ethan Rowe, Ben Brown, Seb Khan, Cooper Broun, Diesel Saleh, Nate Stroud, Lihang Jiang. 2nd Row L-R Ms. Frances Walker, Tomas Stewart, Marcus Exler, Tom Hollway, Hugo Fyfe, Chai Scott, Tuur Craps, Jack Pan, Archie Walton, Harry George, Oliver Chang, Pasha Mianji, Keegan Barnedt, Lochie Silva, Seb Glassel, Mr. Martin Garrod, Ms. Dani Rich. 1st Row L-R Gavin Barnedt, Harrison Gibbins, William Barton, Jack Roberts, Byron Bennett, Marcel Rose, Cade Segar, Lachlan Auden, Charlie Wood, Louis Binoit, Matthew Dougan-Bath, James Mannion, Gordon Hou. Absent Oskar Andersen, Max Brownbill, Josh Carr, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Lucas Hiscock, Will Kissane, Matthew McIntyre, Hugo Richey.

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trin wilson house s

Top Row L-R Rex Ettershank, Gabriel Pozo, Jenson Galvin, Jackson Chen, James Longley, Harry Pollock, William Sun, Oscar Sloan, Allen Wu, Tom Jorgensen, Joshua Avats, Lachlan Molloy, Hugh Hasker, Ethan Balaskas. 3rd Row L-R Lachlan Kwong, Luca New, Alex Zheng, Mark Zhao, Elden Zeng, Noah Laurin, Hugh Langdon, James Tan, Tom Graham, Dane Lombard, Lachie Roberts, David Yang, Lachlan Avats, Landon Penca, Jerry Mei, Daniel Cameron. 2nd Row L-R Hugo Kepper, Lachie St Leger, Jimmy Shen, Will O’Leary, Marcus Prins, Angus Roberts, Julian Carlin, Frank Wu, Tom Kollmorgen, Kylan Thompson, Henry Abbott, Max Prassopoulos, Matt Fuller, Samuel Walters, Huw Thomas, Andrew McGregor, Ms. Estelita Rae. 1st Row L-R Fletcher Hall, Seymour Zhu, Ned Overend-Stevens, Nicky Robertson, Matthew Cruse, Jem Spicer, Tom Crennan, Angus Haddon, Alistair Liddle, Tom Field, Zachary Shieh, Declan McCormack, Trent Vincent, Felix Wolfe, Shau-En Usher. Absent Mrs. Terry-Anne Ashley, Jimmy Bian, Harry Denning, Thomas Dunne, Ms. Tatiana Oskolkov, Zach Mighton, Blake Picking, Charlie Sabin, Georgen Strintzos.

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ebating

senior school d

Top Row L-R Matthew Ross, Felix Flockart, Martin Kulesza, Hamish McDowell, Joseph Micari, Alex Adams, Robert Capp, Tyler Jackson, Ben Graham, Richard Jiang, Carl Bird. 6th Row L-R Harrison Kirkham, Henry Armstrong, Matthew Young, William Agius, Ben Sexton, Mikkel Talts, Noa Simon, Harry Barden, Joshua Sum, Aidan Nicholls. 5th Row L-R James Barber, Nicholas Roberts, Finn Roberts, Lachlan Hernadi, Joshua Le Grice, Jacob Travers, Zach Adam-Gedge, Liam McInerney, David Li, Harrison Preston, David Parlane. 4th Row L-R David Lawlor, Steven Alesi, Ben Durkin, Jacob Ni, Patrick Liddle, Devan Nicholls, Nick Adams, Ethan O’Brien, Max McLachlan, Luke Burgess, Sky Wu, Tom Banfield 3rd Row L-R Curtis Wilson, William Moffat, Lukas Giannatos, Jason Gu, James Provis, Callum Drake, Luke Hart, Billy Pearson, Felix Gong, Jaikob Akinci, Maxim Christodoulou, Jack Peters, Jamie Tzimas. 2nd Row L-R Joel Tyler, Nate Hollis, Larry Li, Lionel Wang, Ethan Baines, Liam Konidaris, Thomas Barlabas, Luke Sorensen, Tom Downs, Leo Kouskouris, Seamus Mintrom, Andrew Wang, Sam Banfield, Nik Vakirtzis. 1st Row L-R James Sherborne, Jordan De Worsop, Michael Wang, Mitchell Hughes, Rob Tongs, Ms. Kristen Molloy, Ms. Paula Donnelly, Mrs. Kirsten Dunsby, Simon Farrow, Julian Ou, Ned Wright-Smith, Charlie Durkin, Thomas Draheim. Absent Kosta Arvanitakis, Sam Cao, Charlie Moore, David Peng, Chris Webster, Jack Wyss.

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middle school d

Top Row L-R Sebastian Watters, James Clark, Thomas Galinas, Eric Stone, Connor Marriott, Pearce Grant, Patrick Gu, Jorge Houridis, J Sum. 2nd Row L-R Jack Kissane, Ethan Gendala, Charlie Catt, Sam Flockart, Marcus Bierens, James Capp, Max Kortge, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Mrs. Raelene Plozza. 1st Row L-R Dylan Roberts, Oscar Lewis, Zach Bowen, Dylan Goodger, Chris Field, Lachlan Zissis, George Thompson, Tom Howden, Henry Pearson, Jonah Campigli. Absent Elijah Akinci, Hamish Andersen, Declan Bakker, Jack Duckinson, Harry Harte, Ajay James, Lochie McDougall, Nikolas Stavrellis, William Stebbing, Luke Williams.

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year 9 debating Top Row L-R Jaikob Akinci, Jason Gu, Zach Adam-Gedge, Sky Wu, Billy Pearson, Thomas Barlabas. 2nd Row L-R Larry Li, Maxim Christodoulou, Liam Konidaris, Andrew Wang, Mrs. Kirsten Dunsby. 1st Row L-R Thomas Draheim, Nik Vakirtzis, Sam Banfield, Nate Hollis, Joel Tyler, James Sherborne. Absent Charlie Durkin, Richard Jiang, Harrison Kirkham, Max McLachlan, Seamus Mintrom, Julian Ou, Matthew Ross, Ben Sexton.

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year 10 debatin

Top Row L-R David Li, Matthew Young, Aidan Nicholls, Harry Barden, Martin Kulesza, Ben Graham, Felix Flockart, Jacob Travers, Lachlan Hernadi. 2nd Row L-R David Parlane, Patrick Liddle, Harrison Preston, Luke Hart, Jack Wyss, James Provis, Curtis Wilson, Ms. Paula Donnelly. 1st Row L-R Jordan De Worsop, Leo Kouskouris, Luke Sorensen, Lukas Giannatos, Jamie Tzimas, Ethan Baines, Charlie Moore, Lionel Wang. Absent Henry Armstrong, Tom Banfield, David Peng, Joshua Sum.

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year 11 debating Top Row L-R William Agius, Liam McInerney, Mikkel Talts, Hamish McDowell, Noa Simon, Finn Roberts, Ms. Kristen Molloy. 1st Row L-R Luke Burgess, Jack Peters, Callum Drake, Nick Adams, William Moffat, Felix Gong. Absent Kosta Arvanitakis, Sam Cao, Simon Farrow, Devan Nicholls, Ethan O’Brien, Chris Webster.

g year 12 debatin Top Row L-R Tyler Jackson, Ned Wright-Smith, Alex Adams, Mitchell Hughes, Joseph Micari, Robert Capp. 2nd Row L-R Rob Tongs, Julian Ou, Carl Bird, Nicholas Roberts, Michael Wang, James Barber, Ms. Paula Donnelly. 1st Row L-R Tom Downs, David Lawlor, Steven Alesi, Ben Durkin, Simon Farrow, Jacob Ni.

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l servers

hape senior school c

Top Row L-R Martin Kulesza, Lachie May, Branko Skocic, Mitchell Kelly, Ned Wright-Smith, Alex Adams, Elliott Ayers, Cameron Berry. 3rd Row L-R James Barber, Jay Jay Zhu, William Speyer, Oliver Platt, Nicholas Roberts, Hugo Butler, Jack Carlson, Patrick Liddle, Ben Durkin. 2nd Row L-R Jose Kosenda, Brad Marais, Jack Munnings, Michael Dean, Ethan O’Brien, Charlie Hicks, Steven Alesi, Jonathan Leadbeater, Nick Adams, Lukas Giannatos. 1st Row L-R Charlie Hannah, Mitch Dow, Dylan Ingram, Jack Peters, Callum Furey, Fr. Anthony Poole, Simon Farrow, Rob Tongs, Jack Morrison, Matthew Cook, Victor Jakobus. Absent Felix Flockart, William Johnston, James Konstas, Matthew Leadbeater, Hamish McDowell, Lewis Panaouris, David Parlane, William Roynic, Samuel Tickner.

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roduction p l o o h c s r io n e s e - legally blond Top Row L-R Jonathan Leadbeater, Matthew Young, Max Bowyer, Kevin Wang, Henry Armstrong, Jack Wyss. 2nd Row L-R Curtis Wilson, Ben Tegoni, Nick Adams, Rob Tongs, Lachlan McCormack. 1st Row L-R Mitch Dow, James Provis, Alex Adams, Steven Alesi, Ned WrightSmith, Michael Dean. Absent Isaac Burgess, Mr. Myles Collins, Jordan De Worsop, Matt Field, Sam Grose, Matthew Leadbeater, Matt Speirs, Joshua Sum.

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senior school c

Top Row L-R Edward Forster, William Speyer, Mitchell Kelly, Richard Jiang, Seb Mottram, Benjamin Lawlor, Zach AdamGedge. 2nd Row L-R Yali Lin, Nicholas Carus, Oscar Donald, Sky Wu, Owen Lui, Nicholas Mennie, Jose Kosenda. 1st Row L-R James Sherborne, Victor Jakobus, Jacob Ni, Sasha Parsons, Mr. Andrew Barr, David Lawlor, Jaikob Akinci, Marcus Ang. Absent Adam LevendaFreeman, David Peng, Paris Sitzoukis.

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utdoor senior school o rs education leade Top Row L-R William Bullock, Max Stroud, Jake Turner, Nick Phillips, Ned Bellmaine, Max Twycross, Cameron Berry. 4th Row L-R Connor Cooper, Nick Longmire, Matthew Noske, Ben Branson, Kevin Wang, Finn Roberts. 3rd Row L-R Nik Rathmayr, William Agius, Anton Derevianko, Jonathan Leadbeater, Alex Grant, William Johnston, Adam Oulton. 2nd Row L-R Jack Peters, Brad Marais, Ethan O’Brien, Tom Murphy, Ed Curwen, Ivan Yung, Azmain Kalitzki, Dylan Ingram. 1st Row L-R Charlie Hannah, Felix Gong, Mr. James Hilditch, Mr. David Gemmell, Mr. Nathan O’Malley, Josh Allan, Mitch Dow. Absent Adam Levenda-Freeman, Tom Murray, Finn Parker, Noa Simon, Flynn Wood.

refects

senior school p

Top Row L-R David Lawlor, Rob Tongs, Callum Furey, Harry Hynes, Will Lewis, Jack Carlson, Tom Haddon, Zachary Warren. 1st Row L-R Simon Farrow, Branko Skocic, Mr. David Liddle, Ben Durkin, Mr. Ross Featherston, Dr. Ray Swann, Oliver Barden, Julian Ou.

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nt council

tude senior school s

Top Row L-R Chris Webster, Sam Grose, Ned Wright-Smith. 1st Row L-R Jaikob Akinci, David Lawlor, Michael Wang. Absent Oliver Barden, Mike Kantounatakis, Connor McConville, Jakub Williams.

g committee

senior wellbein

Top Row L-R Jason Gu, Jacob Ni, Mitchell Dekker, Devan Nicholls, Mikkel Talts, Zachary Warren, Nick Adams, Jack Peters. 1st Row L-R Lachlan McCormack, Rob Tongs, Callum Drake, Alex Adams, Miss Naomi Tham, Kevin Wang, William Lam, Lukas Giannatos. Absent David Li, Max Post, Kotaro Shu.

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hape middle school c

Top Row L-R Marcus Bierens, Lachlan Zissis, Graeme Gouws, Leo Read, Hugh Moir, Sam Wyss, Connor Marriott, Owen Vulcan. 2nd Row L-R Fr. Anthony Poole, Ryan Agg, Sam Flockart, Charlie Catt, Ajay James, James Clark, Toby Marsden, Will Biddick. 1st Row L-R Dylan Goodger, Sven Steward, Thomas Arrigo, Tom Redpath, Lucas Williamson, Sam Stewart, Tom Burnell, Callan Cummins. Absent Gus Corke, Jack Tiver

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middle school l

Top Row L-R Patrick Gu, Harley Chessells, Connor Marriott, Sam Wyss, Ben Sullivan, Andrew Penca. 2nd Row L-R Sam Stewart, Sam Flockart, Oli Disney, Nick Anson, Jack Anson. 1st Row L-R Tom Burnell, Hamish Roberts, Dylan Goodger, Josh Badge, Chris Field, Declan Hayes.

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arity com h c l o o h c s e l d mid

Top Row L-R Will Biddick, Cas Payne. 1st Row L-R Henry Pearson, Mr. Robert Hanley, Tom Burnell. Absent Sam Funston.

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middle school c

Top Row L-R Matthew Hill, Milo Lade, Toon Craps, William Stebbing, Jake Tuim, Callum Couper, David Yuan, Miss Nicole Clark. 1st Row L-R George Thompson, Thomas Stretch, Zach Bowen, Lane Donohue, James McDougall, Elijah Akinci, Charlie Morgan. Absent James Reid.

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ibra middle school l

Top Row L-R Marcus Bierens, Liam Gouws, Ethan Gendala, Jake Tuim, Callum Couper, Jarrad Thomson, Benjamin Akinci, Hugo Mintrom, James Cheng. 2nd Row L-R Sven Steward, Jack Stewart, Jordan Stewart, Dylan Roberts, James Reid, Dylan Goodger, Felix Brighton-Knight, Zac Tassoni, Jordan Secatore, Isaac Lee, Mrs. Lauren Murphy. 1st Row L-R Josh Dougan-Bath, Jackson Court, John Hollway, Graeme Gouws, Mack McGrath, Eric Stone, Xavier Hendy, Thomas Stretch, Alex Tognarini. Absent Calum Binnie, Cameron McIntyre.

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chapel servers

Top Row L-R Charlie Catt, Andrew Penca, Milan Adams, Mr. Ryan Barnett. 1st Row L-R Dylan Roberts, Jack Kissane, Sam Flockart, Toon Craps, Elijah Akinci.

Top Row L-R Sam Coleman, Fr. Chester Lord, AJ Harris Jr, Mr. Peter Tellefson, Angus Haddon.

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monitors Top Row L-R Thomas Doan, James Hepples, Oscar Sloan, James Pascoe, Thomas O’Leary, Heath Fulton, Mr. Ben Ryan. 3rd Row L-R Lachlan Molloy, Max Thomas, Jenson Galvin, Julius Ferwerda, Matthew Hogg, Noah Mies, Rex Ettershank. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Bill Gibney, Mrs. Mandy Foulds, Fedya Kononchuk, Xavier Martin, Nate Stroud, Brayden Hope, William Cooney, Will Fearn, Mrs. Pauline Anthony, Mr. Jared Furtado. 1st Row L-R George Roubos, Matthew Barwood, Zachary Shieh, Sam Heron, Oliver Howell, Ethan Petris, Landon Penca.

school officers

house captains

Top Row L-R AJ Harris Jr, Blake Picking, Thomas O’Leary, Angus Thomson, Heath Fulton, Matthew Hogg. 1st Row L-R Alessandro Brook Savill, Jenson Galvin, Jarod Prins, Mr. Peter Tellefson, Matthew Cruse, Nate Stroud, Lachlan Paino.

Top Row L-R Thomas Hahn, Mr. Ben Ryan, Mr. Peter Tellefson, Sam Litis. 1st Row L-R Lachlan Paino, Aaron Hudghton, Oliver Goodger, Max Nannes.

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2nd badminton

Top Row L-R Kei Hirasedo, Andy Nie, Sam Luo, Rob Tongs, Matthew Warman. 1st Row L-R William Lam, Lachlan Foy, Victor Jakobus.

Top Row L-R Feilong Yun, Elliott Ayers, Ms. Derrith Lancashire. 1st Row L-R Hank Hua, Owen Lui, Warren Lee, Scott Lee.

5 badminton Top Row L-R Tony Xie, William Yang, James Longley, Jerry Zheng, Ethan Rowe, Joshua Avats, Gabriel Pozo, James Tan. 3rd Row L-R Mr. David Turner, Jack Pan, Matthew McIntyre, Tom Field, Hugh Langdon, Derrick Cee, Diesel Saleh, Mark Zhao, Lihang Jiang, Mr. Chester Lord. 2nd Row L-R Oliver Chang, Pasha Mianji, Chai Scott, Jimmy Bian, Sam Trainor, Noah Laurin, Georgen Strintzos, Lachlan Kwong. 1st Row L-R Andrew McGregor, James Mannion, Alistair Liddle, Tomas Stewart, Hugo Fyfe, Samuel Walters, Oskar Andersen, Hugo Kepper, Felix Wolfe.

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6 badminton Top Row L-R Top Row L-R William Sun, Kalem Meyer, Oscar Sloan, Campbell Yeo, Ryan Williams, Terence Wang, Daniel Dai. 3rd Row L-R Mrs. Monica Le Couteur, Ethan Balaskas, Noah Mies, Eason Liu, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Allen Wu, Thomas Doan, Jacob Ellery, Ms. Shelly Turek. 2nd Row L-R Rex Ettershank, Zachary Shieh, Ryan Zhu, Kevin Liao, Eason Gao, Sebastian Felicetti, Sam Coleman, Xavier Martin. 1st Row L-R Leon Haralambakis, Fedya Kononchuk, Richard Fan, David Yang, Leon Gu, William Cooney, Ben Chou, Matthew Barwood, Oscar Cowling. Absent Will Fearn, Bruce Wang.

7 badminton

8 badminton

Top Row L-R Hugo Simpson, Eric Chen, Jiaze Jin, Frank Wang, Thomas Galinas, Oscar Lo. 2nd Row L-R Zac Tassoni, Marcus Sorensen, Peter Gu, Brendan Zhang, Hugo Mintrom, Dylan Roberts, Cameron McIntyre. 1st Row L-R Aaron Hong-Dunnett, Jevons Wang, Josh Foulds, Thomas Bond, Tim Tso, George Thompson.

Top Row L-R Christian Felicetti, Tony Ma, Owen Lin, Charles Chen, Victor Luo, Eric Stone, Alexander Christopoulos. 1st Row L-R Sven Steward, Zach Mandragona, Jules Fabre, Thomas Picking, Leo Yang, Ryan Dang, Harrison Svensen, Keane Lombard.

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Top Row L-R Arvind Thiagarajah, Jason Tang, Peter Qiu, Ryan Hartshorne, Mrs. Hiroko Hunt. 1st Row L-R Ollie Cruse, Larry Li, Timothy Krynski, Jason Gu, David Li.

Top Row L-R Tony Tso, Evan Zhang, Kareem Zecevic, Eric Fu, Jack Thomas. 2nd Row L-R Joel Dow, Lionel Wang, Edward Yang, Robert Kyte, Matthew Cook, Mrs. Wen Yan. 1st Row L-R Eric Chen, Hristos Paraskevas, Yali Lin, Curtis Wilson, William Clark.

1st xi cricket Top Row L-R Hamish Dick, Hugo Butler, Ned Bellmaine, Declan Adams, Samuel Larkworthy. 2nd Row L-R Jonathan Leadbeater, Max James, Charles Fry, Ben Pryor, Aidan Nicholls, Jack Munnings. 1st Row L-R Brad Marais, Matt Harris, Nathan Murphy, Ben Durkin, Mack Gregson.

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2nd xi cricket Top Row L-R Tom Ashman, Harry Osborne, Hugo Butler, Mitchell Kelly, Samuel Larkworthy, Mr. Arryn Siposs. 1st Row L-R Thomas Bennett, James Hamilton, Sam Patterson, Joseph Micari, Ed Curwen, Michael Fitzgerald.

5a cricket Top Row L-R Mr. David Turner, Nicky Robertson, Aidan Williams, Gus Calder, Sam Fanning, Jem Spicer, William Stretch. 1st Row L-R Charlie Wood, Angus Roberts, Hugh Hasker, Cooper Broun, Luca Robinson, Lachie Roberts, Tom Kollmorgen, Seb Glassel.

5bC cricket Top Row L-R Mr. Rick Pemberton, Sam Trainor, Hugo Richey, Joe Ramsden, Harry Pollock, Joshua Avats, Will O’Connor, Mr. Paul Gurry. 2nd Row L-R Marcus Prins, Marcus Exler, Seb Khan, Matthew McIntyre, Chai Scott, William Barton, Harrison Gibbins. 1st Row L-R Lachlan Auden, Henry Abbott, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Aiden Retief, Xander Mitchell, Harry George, Felix Wolfe, Fletcher Hall.

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6A cricket Top Row L-R Mr. Luke Fensling, Charlie Paterson, Jarod Prins, Dylan O’Brien-Petersen, James Pascoe, Matthew Hogg, Oliver Goodger. 1st Row L-R Oliver Howell, Sam Heron, Brayden Hope, Heath Dickson, Archie Marshall, Nate Stroud, Archie Walton. Absent Matt Fuller, Landon Penca.

7A cricket Top Row L-R Jamie Hope, Luke Travers, Lachlan McCluskey, James Hare, Tom Howden, Zach Bowen. 1st Row L-R Cooper Hollway, Ben Edmondson, Henry Pearson, Elliot Perkins, Jules Lohan, Freddie Smith, Callum Heath. Absent Noah Hartman.

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6B cricket Top Row L-R Mrs. Monica Le Couteur, Xavier Martin, Thomas Hahn, Angus Thomson, James Hepples, Max Nannes, Ethan Balaskas. 1st Row L-R Ethan Petris, Oscar Cowling, Matthew Cameron, Thomas Doan, William Cooney, Will Fearn, Matt Fuller.

7B cricket Top Row L-R Oscar Lewis, Archie May, Darcy Gilbert, Cameron MacKenzie, Flynn Bongiorno, Ben Curtis, Liam Coleman. 1st Row L-R Tom O’Connor, Jonathan Pascuzzi, Max Morris, Thomas Rohan, Oliver Robertson, Lucas Toms, Max Langworthy.


7c1 cricket Top Row L-R Jack Stewart, Lachlan McCurry, Noah Hunt, Tom JackettSimpson, Charlie Morgan, Jackson McKenzie. 1st Row L-R Josh Dougan-Bath, Declan Bakker, Jordan Secatore, Samson Adams, Oscar Noble, Thomas Stretch.

8A cricket Top Row L-R Kai Dimattina, Lachlan Zissis, Nathan Moore, Dan Hurd, Nick Anson, Sam Flockart. 1st Row L-R Declan Hayes, Caden Arnold, Henry Munnings, Brendan Reddell, James Ianuali, Ryan Agg, Josh Badge. Absent Marcus Bierens.

7c2 cricket Top Row L-R Karl Unger, Lexi Wang, Michael Paltoglou, Tim Moulton, Hamish Andersen, Leslie Tole. 1st Row L-R Hudson Augustini, Xavier Hendy, Cail Thomson, Tom Henley, William Moreton, Christian Paice. Absent Oscar Lawrence, Jay Liu.

8b cricket Top Row L-R Aayan Shukla, Markus Mittermayr, Luke Hill, Harry Harte, Jack Tiver, Patrick Hoy, Aaron Aloi. 1st Row L-R Hamish Roberts, Oliver Lally, Lucas Williamson, Michael Webb, Toby Marsden, Lachy Miller, Will Featherston, Jonathan Hick. Absent Callan Cummins

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8c cricket Top Row L-R Jett O’Brien, James Swyny, Thomas Farrelly, Sam Funston, Ned Ansell-Jones. 1st Row L-R Thomas Arrigo, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Tom Redpath, Harrison Fulton, Vassili Kyparisis. Absent Beau De Bruijn, Nic Merrill.

9b cricket Top Row L-R Lachlan Cardell, Keir Canwell, Trent Thomas, Edward Forster, Joshua Tate, Thomas Barlabas, Nathaniel Fyffe. 1st Row L-R Jack Longmire, Flynn Dickson, Jack Seymour, Benjamin Green, Lucas Pithie.

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9a cricket Top Row L-R Griff Adams, Samuel Fitzgerald, Luke Marsden, Ben Sexton, Darcy McConnon. 1st Row L-R Bailey Rohan, James Sherborne, Craig Marais, Spencer Wood, Lukas Galanopoulos, Harrison Boys.


10a cricket Top Row L-R Mr. Seb Saunders, Jacob Travers, Campbell Tweedie, Joshua Clyne, Felix Flockart, Louis Butler, Mr. Gary McPhee. 1st Row L-R Will Hughes, Fergus Murray, Max James, James Larkworthy, Greg Hick, Cameron Glasgow, Judd Rowell, Sam Roberts.

10b cricket Top Row L-R Matthew Young, Zaid Hussein, Ben Graham, Bud Trevillian, Joe Lynch, Matt Downs, Mr. Michael Riordan. 1st Row L-R Ethan Baines, Mike Nasrallah, Max Ashman, Edmund Burt, David Parlane, Matt Taylor, Will Gregory.

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BGS boat club Top Row L-R Tom Cantwell, Henry Armstrong, Joshua Sum, Josh Williams, William Graves, Tom Murray, Oliver Platt, Tom Connell, Matthew Noske, James Stewart, Jack Mason, Mitchell Hurd, Harry Barden, Andreas Kardis, Joshua Snowsill, Jake Mongey, Brock Jackson, Harrison Kirkham. 4th Row L-R Soren Mitchell, Charlie Clarke, Hamish Gee, Benjamin Cruse, Nick Longmire, Sam Reid, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Joshua Le Grice, Christian Gernandt, Lachlan Hernadi, Ethan Gray, Nick Adams, Ben Fisher, Benjamin Morgan, Micah Swann. 3rd Row L-R Hayden Cory, Archie Jackson, Alec Ciciulla, Jason Wang, Ben Paynter, George Farrell, Finn Parker, Jordan Segar, Harry Fisher, Tom Banfield, Connor McConville, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Thomas Blamires, Jakub Williams, Luke Langdon, Reuben Cook. 2nd Row L-R Kyle Stewart, Jordan Hayter, Dominic Kastrinakis, Mitchell Augustini, Simon Farrow, Tom Haddon, Patrick Liddle, Christian Aloi, Jay Jay Zhu, Samuel Kastrinakis, Will Middlemiss, Ethan Lovett, Costa Chantzos, Max Post, Charlie Durkin. 1st Row L-R Charlie Kenny, Dom Frederico, Mackenzie Horth, Jamie Tzimas, Finn Livitsanis, Lachlan Ewers, Richard Bartlett, Will Lewis, Oliver Barden, Sam Banfield, Michael Dean, Thomas Draheim, Seamus Mintrom, Oliver Warren.

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Top Row L-R Harry Fisher, Micah Swann, Benjamin Morgan, Ben Fisher, Campbell Sedgwick, Joshua Bortolussi, Hamish Gee, Harrison Kirkham, Thomas Blamires. 3rd Row L-R Soren Mitchell, Tom Cantwell, Jakub Williams, Archie Jackson, Jordan Hayter, Jordan Segar, Alec Ciciulla, Charlie Clarke. 2nd Row L-R Max Post, Jason Wang, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Christian Aloi, Ben Paynter, Reuben Cook, Seamus Mintrom, Dominic Kastrinakis, Ethan Lovett. 1st Row L-R Oliver Warren, Mitchell Augustini, Luke Langdon, Mackenzie Horth, Finn Livitsanis, Sam Banfield, Thomas Draheim, Costa Chantzos, Dom Frederico, Hayden Cory.

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1st viii rowing

3rd viii rowing

Top Row L-R James Stewart, Lachlan Ewers, Nick Phillips, Will Lewis, Jackson Mahan. 1st Row L-R Simon Farrow, Robert Capp, Richard Bartlett, Oliver Barden, Tom Haddon.

Top Row L-R Ethan Gray, Mitchell Hurd, Daniel Parish, Hamish McDowell. 1st Row L-R Benjamin Cruse, Zac De Worsop, Finn Parker, Charlie Durkin.

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10a viii rowing

Top Row L-R Will Middlemiss, Seb Mottram, Tyler Jackson, Nick Adams, Jack Stewart. 1st Row L-R Michael Dean, Matthew Noske, Alex Adams, Hudson Rowell, Nick Longmire.

Top Row L-R Harry Mathews, Oscar Lewis, Martin Kulesza, Andreas Kardis. 1st Row L-R Henry Armstrong, Joshua Le Grice, Harry Barden, Christian Gernandt, Charlie Moore.

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10b viii rowing

10c viii rowing

Top Row L-R Joshua Snowsill, Benjamin Warrell, Brock Jackson, Jake Mongey. 1st Row L-R Kyle Stewart, Tom Banfield, Lachlan Hernadi, Sam Reid, Connor McConville.

Top Row L-R William Graves, Josh Williams, Joshua Sum, Jamie Tzimas. 1st Row L-R Jay Jay Zhu, George Farrell, Callum McPeake, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Patrick Liddle.

lawn bowls Top Row L-R Mac Parsons, Xavier Pym, Mac Gray. 1st Row L-R Ben Tegoni, William Speyer, Max Kinsman, Jackson Warne.

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Top Row L-R Alex Cooney, Finn Roberts, Ral St John, Steve Suits, Matthew Ross, Devan Nicholls, William Johnston, Isaac Burgess. 2nd Row L-R Charlie Hannah, James Provis, Matt Field, Mitch Dow, Nik Rathmayr, Sam Clark, Lachie Caldwell, Harrison Chapman. 1st Row L-R Jackson Court, John Hollway, Archie Harris, Joel Tyler, Ethan O’Brien, Jackson Crawshaw, Ryan Jackson, Jordan Stewart, Sam Llewellyn.

5-6 swimming Top Row L-R Harry Cotton, Julius Ferwerda, Heath Fulton, Erik Kyparisis, William Sun, Hunter Absalom, Jackson Fitzpatrick. 2nd Row L-R Miss Samara Madden, Oliver Dipietrantonio, James Tan, Ethan Rowe, Sam Coleman, Eason Liu, Aaron Perry-Crockart, Rex Ettershank, Matthew Barwood, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk. 1st Row L-R Lachie St Leger, Gordon Hou, Oliver Chang, Hugh Langdon, Josh Carr, Tuur Craps, Hugo Fyfe, Lachlan Paino, Hugo Kepper. Absent James Lineham.

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Top Row L-R Harrison Preston, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Charlie Hayes, David Seager, Ben Branson, Kevin Wang, Michael Jin, Josh Smith, James Dickson, Reece Smart, Dane Van Heemstede Obelt. 3rd Row L-R Tommy Colaci, Graeme Gouws, Tom Howard, Billy Pearson, Finn Estella, Nicholas Hutchins, Jack Wright, Kotaro Shu, Tristan Hutchins, Callum Couper, Lukas Giannatos, Dylan Tomsic. 2nd Row L-R Lenny Ewers, Max Kortge, Eric Sima, Luke Matthews, Luca Macnab, Ewan Smith, Jake Tuim, Charlie Lamont, Jorge Houridis, Jackson Pantelopoulos, Damien Paino, Mr. Sean Bryant. 1st Row L-R Daniel Curatore, Henry Williams, Marlo Hofmann, Luca Spampinato, Jack Duckinson, Julian Wilson, Will Paynter, Jerry Chen, Sebastian Watters, Toon Craps, Sam Hayes, Jacob Cooper.

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1st viii tennis

2nd tennis

Top Row L-R James Konstas, Sam Grose, Daniel Abbott, Connor Hipwell, Alfred Jarnestrom, Stuart Thompson. 2nd Row L-R Julian Ou, Brandon Duan, Jack Summerfield, Darby Hipwell, Benjamin Summerfield, Zach Adam-Gedge.

Top Row L-R Noa Simon, Mitchell Hughes, Ryan Riddell. 1st Row L-R Tom Whitson, Trent Mailing, James Bryan, Benjamin Lawlor.

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5th and 6th ten

Top Row L-R Matthew Takahashi, Lachie May, Nick Parsons, Matthew Acheson, Finn Campigli, Nicholas Roberts, Ms. Stephanie Shane. 1st Row L-R Fletcher Pullen, Samuel Tickner, Hamish Whillas, Marcus Burnside, Jack Carlson, Zachary Warren, James BarberBurnside, Jack Carlson, Zachary Warren, James Barber.

Top Row L-R Jerry Gong, William Feng, Micky Hamilton, Daniel Snowsill, Alexander Black, Ms. Anna Austin. 1st Row L-R Jacob Ni, Jack Liu, Nick Braddon, Tom Elliott, Mitchell Fitzgerald, Kevin Gao.

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5 tennis

6 tennis

Top Row L-R Tom Graham, Jackson Chen, Tom Jorgensen, Jerry Zheng, Tom Crennan, Tom Field, Derrick Cee. 3rd Row L-R Miss Jacqui Stenniken, Lihang Jiang, Lachlan Kwong, Elden Zeng, Lucca Markin, Gabriel Pozo, Mr. Stuart Thompson. 2nd Row L-R Marcel Rose, Tom Hollway, Tomas Stewart, Diesel Saleh, Cade Segar, Jack Roberts. 1st Row L-R Andrew McGregor, Byron Bennett, James Mannion, Max Brownbill, Pasha Mianji, Will Kissane, Julian Carlin.

Top Row L-R Mr. Hamish Leahy, Blake Picking, Alexander Jacob, Mitch Terry, Justin Krok, Angus Haddon, Hugo Ferguson. 2nd Row L-R Sebastian Felicetti, Cooper Beasley, Noah Mies, Charlie Bramley, AJ Harris Jr, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Matthew Cruse. 1st Row L-R Matty Goss, Sam Litis, Zac Regelman, Shohma Funasaka, Ryan Zhu, Ben Bezencon, Fedya Kononchuk, George Roubos. Absent Nat Khan.

7a tennis

7b1 tennis

Top Row L-R Harry Llewellyn, Spiros Velos, Cas Payne, Henry Mitrevski, Darren Cook. 1st Row L-R Shaun Gunaratna, Elijah Akinci, Nikolas Stavrellis, Matthew Bates, Lucas Connell.

Top Row L-R Luke Williams, James Bourke, Benjamin Akinci, Jasper Findlay. 1st Row L-R Calum Binnie, Milo Lade, Matthew Hill, Stanley Chen. Absent Charlie Heaton.

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7b2 tennis

7c1 tennis

Top Row L-R James Bessell, Angus Elliott, William Bradbury, James Cheng. 1st Row L-R Lochie McDougall, Mitchell Kuzilny, James McDougall, Jack Kissane. Absent Zack Bogoevski

Top Row L-R Kai Adachi, Charlie Rumble, Sam Vakirtzis. 1st Row L-R James Mitchell, Alex Holman, Liam Putland. Absent Felix BrightonKnight, Tim Shaw.

7c2 tennis

8a tennis

Top Row L-R Massimo Brasacchio, William Stebbing, Jarrad Thomson, Will Field. 1st Row L-R Brite Zeng, Isaiah Delana, Jerry Chen, Finn Watson-Hook, Isaac Lee. Absent Zack Bogoevski.

Top Row L-R Patrick Gu, Harley Chessells, Hugh Moir, James Capp. 1st Row L-R Adam Larkan, David Canta, Chris Field, Ajay James, James Cannuli. Absent Cameron Khan

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8b tennis

8c1 tennis

Top Row L-R James Clark, Oliver Lochhead, Pearce Grant, Will Muller, Brady Collins. 1st Row L-R Gus Corke, Tony Li, Oliver Bradfield, Will Landman, Charlie Schwerdt.

Top Row L-R Oli Disney, Willem Karsten, Sam Wyss, Harry Thom. 1st Row L-R Tian Pang, Juan Hu, Fynn Lade, Owen Vulcan, Mitchell Waldron. Absent Charles Chen.

8c2 tennis

9a tennis

Top Row L-R Maxim Coste, James Tsindos, Callum Harding, Charles Yao, Max Mozina. 1st Row L-R Victor Binoit, James Semenov, Alex Reilly, Henry Kerr, Troy Cook.

Top Row L-R Pablo Forbes, Evan Best, Max Benier, Ethan Furey. 1st Row L-R Nate Hollis, Cameron Acheson, Liam Konidaris, Winston Macgowan.

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9b tennis

9c tennis

Top Row L-R Jack Damyon, Ryan Thorpe, Tommy Sullivan Dunne. 1st Row L-R Jeremy Booth, Thomas Smith, Carl Rumbens, Flynn Chan.

Top Row L-R Julian Svensen, Justin Feng, Kip Gibney, Richard Jiang, Sky Wu, Mitz Metaxas. 1st Row L-R Andrew Wang, Callum Stanford, Victor Ding, Dexter Dowd, Frank Peng, Maxim Christodoulou, Nik Vakirtzis.

10a tennis Top Row L-R Dennis Gu, Asher Yu, Luke Hart, Mr. Mark Sainsbery. 1st Row L-R Daniel Bates, Spencer Nevett, John Paterson, Caspar Tremlett, Sam Haddon.

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10b tennis Top Row L-R Massimo Palillo, Archer Disney, Lewis Panaouris, Miss Kylie Rose. 1st Row L-R Frank Morris, Jonty Wells, Jack Wyss, David Peng.


10d tennis

5 table tennis

Top Row L-R Oliver Thomas, Gary Guo, Jason Jin, Archie Hynes, Mr. Graeme Harris. 1st Row L-R Gary Hu, Gordon Chen, Lawrence Liu, Jackson Swanell, Yan Le.

Top Row L-R Harry Newett, William Yang, James Longley, Lucas Hiscock, Dane Lombard, Mark Zhao. 2nd Row L-R Fr. Chester Lord, Louis Binoit, Ben Brown, Alex Zheng, Jack Pan, Noah Laurin. 1st Row L-R Max Prassopoulos, Lochie Silva, Alistair Liddle, Jimmy Bian, Oskar Andersen, Samuel Walters. Absent Jackson Fitzpatrick, Georgen Strintzos.

6 table tennis Top Row L-R Daniel Dai, Campbell Yeo, Oscar Sloan, Terence Wang, Ryan Williams. 2nd Row L-R Jenson Galvin, Allen Wu, Thomas O’Leary, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Max Thomas, Jacob Ellery, Ms. Shelly Turek. 1st Row L-R David Yang, Zachary Shieh, Lachlan Molloy, Tom Howie, Aaron Hudghton, Leon Haralambakis, Alessandro Brook Savill. Absent Kalem Meyer, Xin Lin Zhang.

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Top Row L-R Cooper Broun, Jem Spicer, Joe Ramsden, Tom Crennan, Ben Brown, Mr. Paul Gurry. 2nd Row L-R Angus Roberts, Tom Hollway, Lachie Roberts, Tom Graham, Marcus Exler, Keegan Barnedt. 1st Row L-R Gavin Barnedt, Harrison Gibbins, Max Prassopoulos, Jack Roberts, Seb Glassel, Henry Abbott, Matthew Dougan-Bath. Absent Xander Mitchell, Harry Newett.

Top Row L-R Charlie Paterson, Matthew Hogg, Mitch Terry, Angus Thomson, Toby Duckinson, Dylan O’Brien-Petersen, Aidan McDonald. 3rd Row L-R Mr. Hamish Leahy, Heath Dickson, Charlie Bramley, Hugo Ferguson, Oliver Goodger, Cooper Beasley, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Mr. Ben Ryan. 2nd Row L-R Max Nannes, Nate Stroud, AJ Harris Jr, Alexander Jacob, Blake Picking, Sam Heron, Sam Litis. 1st Row L-R Matt Fuller, Landon Penca, Zac Regelman, Matthew Cruse, Archie Walton, Oliver Howell, Ben Bezencon, Matty Goss. Absent Nat Khan.

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Top Row L-R Flynn Cooper, Max Absalom, Ned Walker, Tom Bailey. 1st Row L-R Ethan Lyons, Jack Anson, Stirling Findlay, Jack Curtis. Absent Ethan Calcatjicos

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Top Row L-R Tyson Williams, Blake Oliver, Nick Barreto, Edward Greenslade. 1st Row L-R Mitchell Ryan, Josh Hudghton, Ryan McKenzie, James Reid, Max Linder.


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Top Row L-R George McDowell, Matteo Palillo, Harry Cornwell, Jordan Bourke, Jonah Campigli. 1st Row L-R Will Biddick, Tom Marriott, Connor Marriott, Milan Adams, Dylan Goodger.

Top Row L-R Cameron Hathway, Lachlan Barlow, Leo Read, Peter Tsiakos, Harry Whiffin. 1st Row L-R Alex Rico, J Sum, Charlie Catt, Jamie Draheim, Justin Verdini.

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Top Row L-R Lucas Wilson, Josh Jarick, Lachlan Stewart, Rudy Warszewski. 1st Row L-R Tom Burnell, Sam Sweet, Reagan Lenihan, Zach Carr, Sam Stewart.

Top Row L-R Mack McGrath, Ben Sullivan, Nicholas Burvill, Dougal Bland, Aaron Mickelburough. 1st Row L-R Nicholas Verga, Zac Landsman, Samuel Breen, Andrew Penca, Lane Donohue.

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Top Row L-R Lennox Amatruda, Wei-Yee Hall, Harrison Reynolds, Jake Turner, Josh Canham, Jack Goodings, Max Markham, Anthony Evans. 2nd Row L-R Oscar Buscombe, Charlie Hicks, Max Burt, Mac Gray, Sam Bradshaw-Maslen, Steven Alesi, Max Hanna. 1st Row L-R Will BrydonWaldren, Christopher Valcanis, Lewis James, Henry Moir, Oscar Donald, Anton Derevianko, James Chand, Kai Weight.

Top Row L-R Mr. Ben Ryan, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Ethan Rowe, William Stretch, Hugo Richey, Charlie Paterson, Tom Howie, James Tan, Mr. Rick Pemberton. 2nd Row L-R Miss Samara Madden, Julian Carlin, Oliver Chang, Elden Zeng, Shohma Funasaka, Hugh Hasker, Ben Brown, Tom Field, Lachlan Kwong, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk. 1st Row L-R Andrew McGregor, Lachie St Leger, George Roubos, Keegan Barnedt, Gordon Hou, Felix Wolfe, Gavin Barnedt. Absent Ayrton D’Alessandro, Tuur Craps, Marcus Exler, Cade Segar, Mr. Jack Bullock.

cross country Top Row L-R Jordan De Worsop, Kai Li, Daniel Snowsill, Michael Wang, Douglas Phung. 1st Row L-R Toon Craps, Thomas Bond, Sam Luo, Tom Bartels, Calum Binnie. Absent Tom Banfield, Jimmy Lyu, Henry Petch, Josh Smith.

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5 hockey Top Row L-R Lachlan Kwong, Aidan Williams, William Yang, Jackson Fitzpatrick, James Tan, Mr. Stuart Thompson. 1st Row L-R Samuel Walters, Marcus Prins, Charlie Wood, Hugo Fyfe, William Barton, Julian Carlin, Oskar Andersen.


6 hockey

7-8a hockey

Top Row L-R Matthew Hogg, Eason Liu, Heath Fulton, Hunter Absalom, Thomas Doan, Max Thomas, Mr. Luke Fensling. 1st Row L-R Fedya Kononchuk, Aaron Hudghton, Zachary Shieh, Jenson Galvin, Blake Picking, Xavier Martin, Will Fearn, Lachlan Paino.

Top Row L-R Ethan Gendala, Patrick Gu, Thomas Picking, Callum Couper, Andrew Penca, Sam Llewellyn, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann. 1st Row L-R Christian Paice, Dylan Goodger, Thomas Stretch, James Semenov, Oliver Lally, Brendan Reddell, Maxim Coste.

7-8b hockey

9-10a hockey

Top Row L-R Isaiah Delana, Henry Kerr, Nicholas Burvill, Graeme Gouws, Felix Brighton-Knight, Dylan Roberts. 1st Row L-R Aaron HongDunnett, Jordan Stewart, Jack Kissane, James Bessell, Zac Tassoni, John Hollway, Karl Unger.

Top Row L-R Maxim Christodoulou, Spencer Nevett, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Lukas Giannatos, Jaikob Akinci, Benjamin Warrell. 1st Row L-R Joel Dow, Dan Griffiths, Billy Pearson, David Li, Dylan Tomsic, Andrew Wang. Absent Kieran Farrell, Harrison Preston, Jonty Wells.

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9-10b hockey

1st xi hockey

Top Row L-R Seth Evans-Greenwood, Yali Lin, David Li, Peter Frances, Spencer Nevett, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Frank Peng. 1st Row L-R David Peng, Lionel Wang, Kieran Farrell, Hristos Paraskevas, Mitz Metaxas, Lachlan Cardell. Absent Jaxon Putland, Dylan Tomsic, Andrew Wang.

Top Row L-R Tim Johnson, Max Bladen, Daniel Parish, Martin Kulesza, Harrison Preston, Zach Adam-Gedge. 2nd Row L-R Ewan Smith, Craig Marais, Brad Marais, Will Middlemiss, Mr. Patrick Sanders. 1st Row L-R Lucas Pithie, Samuel Tickner, Jack Carlson, Rob Tongs, Jack Morrison, Oscar Rochanakij. Absent James Dickson, Niklas Loycke.

2nd xi hockey

7a football

Top Row L-R Max Purcell, Leo Liang, James Dickson, Nicholas Roberts, Sam Cao, Sheldon Lu, Felix Gong, Mr. Simon Kessler. 1st Row L-R Kevin Gao, James Barber, Gus Harris, Lachlan Foy, Carl Bird, Nathan Rearick, Jack Morrison. Absent Harry Cole, Mitchell Dekker, Nate Hunter, Scott Lee.

Top Row L-R Flynn Bongiorno, James Bourke, Cameron MacKenzie, Max Absalom, Tom Marriott, Lachlan McCluskey, Matteo Palillo. 2nd Row L-R Sebastian Watters, Zach Bowen, Elliot Perkins, Luke Travers, Jamie Draheim, Darcy Gilbert, Archie May, Jamie Hope, Mr. Tim Marshall. 1st Row L-R Cooper Hollway, Charlie Heaton, Jonah Campigli, Tom Howden, Ben Edmondson, Marlo Hofmann, Noah Hartman, Jonathan Pascuzzi, Jules Lohan.

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7b1 football Top Row L-R Max Morris, Lucas Connell, Dougal Bland, Jorge Houridis, Josh Jarick, Tom JackettSimpson, Ben Curtis. 2nd Row L-R Aaron Mickelburough, Ryan McKenzie, Sam Sweet, Lucas Toms, Tom O’Connor, Jackson McKenzie. 1st Row L-R Thomas Rohan, Max Linder, Jack Stewart, Marlo Hofmann, Max Langworthy, Jules Lohan, Mitchell Ryan.

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7b2 football Top Row L-R Luke Williams, Damien Paino, James Hare, Noah Hunt, James McDougall, Jasper Findlay. 2nd Row L-R Aaron Mickelburough, Jack Stewart, Tom Henley, Henry Pearson, Matthew Bates, Harry Llewellyn, Ethan Lyons. 1st Row L-R Lochie McDougall, Justin Verdini, Oscar Noble, Liam Putland, Charlie Morgan, Xavier Hendy.

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8a football Top Row L-R Ben Sullivan, Connor Marriott, Sam Wyss, Pearce Grant, Tom Howard, Samuel Breen, Luca Macnab. 2nd Row L-R Caden Arnold, Lachlan Barlow, Blake Oliver, Luke Hill, Dan Hurd, Lachlan Zissis, Jordan Bourke, Ryan Agg, Mr. Travis Hopgood. 1st Row L-R Chris Field, Kai Dimattina, Charlie Schwerdt, Gus Corke, Sam Flockart, Cameron Hathway, Lachy Miller, Josh Badge, Tom Burnell.

8b football Top Row L-R Mitchell Waldron, Brady Collins, Milan Adams, Beau De Bruijn, Harry Thom, Flynn Cooper, Patrick Hoy. 2nd Row L-R Jonathan Hick, Aaron Aloi, Reagan Lenihan, Oli Disney, Henry Munnings, Ned Ansell-Jones, James Capp, Michael Webb, Mr. Travis Hopgood. 1st Row L-R Troy Cook, Thomas Arrigo, Marcus Bierens, Lucas Williamson, Josh Hudghton, Sam Stewart, Callum Bond, Hamish Roberts, Callan Cummins.

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9a football Top Row L-R Jakub Williams, Christopher Valcanis, Joshua Bortolussi, Campbell Sedgwick, Harrison Kirkham, Archie Perkins. 2nd Row L-R Darcy McConnon, Christian Aloi, Jordan Segar, Spencer Wood, Thomas Blamires, Jordan Hayter, Winston Macgowan. 1st Row L-R Kyle Stewart, Luke Langdon, Harrison Boys, Jeremy Booth, Ben Fisher, Lukas Galanopoulos, Lachie Caldwell, Pablo Forbes. Absent Dante Caruso, Jackson Sweet.

9b football Top Row L-R Harry Fisher, Tom Cantwell, Matthew Ross, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Benjamin Morgan, Ben Sexton, Trent Thomas. 2nd Row L-R Jack Seymour, Benjamin Green, Ben Paynter, Gus Bland, Harry Wright, Max Blyth, Thomas Smith, Luca Jarvis. 1st Row L-R Bailey Rohan, Meluke Gunter, Thomas Draheim, Denver Stroud, Dom Frederico, Hayden Cory, Charlie Lamont. Absent Benjamin Booth, Jeremy Booth, Nathaniel Fyffe, Mackenzie Horth, Winston Macgowan, Seamus Mintrom.

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10a football

10b football

Top Row L-R Max Hanna, Frank Morris, Joshua Le Grice, Felix Flockart, Harry Mathews, Louis Butler, Jacob Travers, Joshua Snowsill. 2nd Row L-R Aaron Leferink, Campbell Tweedie, Max James, Fergus Murray, Lachlan Hernadi, Joe Lynch, Luke Hart, Laine Bramley, Oscar Palmer, Mr. James Gerstman. 1st Row L-R Oscar Buscombe, Sam Roberts, Will Hughes, James Larkworthy, Judd Rowell, Caspar Tremlett, Matt Field, Charlie Moore.

Top Row L-R Christian Gernandt, Archer Disney, Andreas Kardis, Mike Kantounatakis, Connor McConville, Brock Jackson. 2nd Row L-R Jay Jay Zhu, Benjamin Summerfield, Jack Wyss, Oliver Thomas, Jake Mongey. 1st Row L-R Jamie Tzimas, Jackson Swanell, Greg Hick, Mike Nasrallah, James Provis, Daniel Bates. Absent Joshua Clyne, Ben Graham, Sam Roberts.

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1st xviii footba

2nd xviii footba

Top Row L-R Jack Munnings, Finn Campigli, Mitchell Hughes, Nick Phillips, Jake Turner, Oscar Lewis, Will Paynter. 3rd Row L-R Alex Adams, Paddy Inglis, Ben Branson, Joel Crocker, Harrison Reynolds, Hamish Dick, Harry Hynes, Declan Adams. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Benjamin White, David Seager, Matt Speirs, Louis Butler, Joshua Le Grice, William Agius, Ben Durkin, Charlie Hicks, Mac Gray. 1st Row L-R Liam Farrell, Dom Lynch, Alfred Jarnestrom, Nathan Murphy, Mr. Robert Shaw, Sebastian Williams, Will Lewis, Bryson Konoroth, Ben Cochran. Absent Sam Grose, Darby Hipwell, Mr. Tim Marshall, James Stewart, Flynn Wood.

Top Row L-R Harry Osborne, Robert Capp, Joseph Micari, Ned Bellmaine, Mitchell Hughes, Hugo Butler, Luke Ianuali. 2nd Row L-R Jack Munnings, Ben Pryor, Paddy Inglis, Declan Adams, Samuel Larkworthy, Mac Parsons, Ben Durkin, Matthew Noske. 1st Row L-R Matt Harris, Ben Cochran, Oscar Donald, Tommy Kenny, Adam Oulton, Dom Lynch, Bryson Konoroth. Absent James Mitchell.

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3rd and 4th xv

Top Row L-R Lachie May, Ryan Riddell, Cam Robertson, Max Stroud, Hudson Rowell, Matthew Acheson, Oliver Platt, Anthony Evans. 3rd Row L-R Finn Parker, Jack Wright, Jackson Collins, Mac Parsons, Ethan Gray, Jack Summerfield, Jack Goodings, Trent Mailing, William Speyer. 2nd Row L-R Nick Braddon, Tom Murphy, David Lawlor, Connor Cooper, Benjamin Lawlor, Angus Stevenson, Charlie Hayes, Nick Adams, Jackson Warne, Jack Peters, Seb Mottram. 1st Row L-R Mitch Dow, Charlie Kenny, Sebastian Walsh, Josh Allan, William Johnston, Jonathan Leadbeater, Cadeyrn Rattur, Nik Rathmayr, Austin Lawson, Thomas Bennett. Absent Toby Bendel, James Bryan, Kei Hirasedo, Nicholas Hutchins, Tristan Hutchins, Dylan Ingram, Lachlan Tully, Kai Weight, Tom Whitson.

5a football

3rd and 4th XVIII Football 2nd Row L-R

Top Row L-R Jem Spicer, Harry Pollock, Gus Calder, Sam Fanning, Joe Ramsden, Lucas Hiscock, Tom Jorgensen. 3rd Row L-R Will O’Connor, Harry Newett, Aidan Williams, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Xander Mitchell, James Lineham. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Paul Gurry, Lachie Roberts, Tom Graham, Luca Robinson, Josh Carr, Seb Khan, Cooper Broun, Max Brownbill. 1st Row L-R Fletcher Hall, Nicky Robertson, Charlie Wood, Lochie Silva, Harry George, Angus Roberts, Tom Kollmorgen, Seb Glassel.

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5b football

6a football

Top Row L-R Dane Lombard, Gabriel Pozo, Mark Zhao, Jerry Zheng, Sam Trainor, Matthew McIntyre, Aiden Retief. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Stuart Thompson, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Hugh Langdon, Jimmy Bian, Alex Zheng, Chai Scott, Marcel Rose, Byron Bennett, Tom Hollway. 1st Row L-R Lachlan Auden, Harrison Gibbins, Marcus Prins, Tomas Stewart, Louis Binoit, Will Kissane, Jack Roberts, Henry Abbott, Hugo Kepper. Absent Seb Glassel, Georgen Strintzos.

Top Row L-R Mr. Hamish Leahy, Oliver Goodger, Hunter Absalom, Mitch Terry, James Pascoe, Jarod Prins, Matthew Hogg. 2nd Row L-R Heath Dickson, Brayden Hope, Nat Khan, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Nate Stroud, Sam Heron, Angus Thomson. 1st Row L-R Lachlan Paino, Ethan Petris, Archie Walton, Aaron Hudghton, Oliver Howell, Sam Litis. Absent Justin Krok.

6b football

u13 rugby

Top Row L-R Heath Fulton, Ryan Williams, Erik Kyparisis, Oscar Sloan, Harry Cotton, Angus Haddon. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Luke Fensling, AJ Harris Jr, Alexander Jacob, Hugo Ferguson, Blake Picking, Xavier Martin.1st Row L-R Oscar Cowling, Zac Regelman, Max Nannes, Matthew Cameron, Zachary Shieh, Landon Penca. Absent Cooper Beasley.

Top Row L-R Michael Paltoglou, Cas Payne, Tim Moulton, Ryan Jackson, Archie Harris, Liam Gouws.2nd Row L-R Oliver Robertson, Henry Williams, Zac Landsman, Hugo Mintrom, Freddie Smith, James Reid, Samson Adams. 1st Row L-R Josh Dougan-Bath, Lucas Wilson, Jordan Secatore, Liam Coleman, Alex Rico, Jackson Court. Absent Lenny Ewers.

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u14 rugby

u15 rugby

Top Row L-R Ethan Calcatjicos, Ned Walker, Will Muller, Harry Cornwell, Hugh Moir, Nathan Moore, Mr. Darren Cook. 1st Row L-R Keane Lombard, Alex Reilly, Stirling Findlay, Harley Chessells, Rudy Warszewski, Ajay James, Harry Whiffin, Jack Curtis. Absent Charlie Catt, Thomas Farrelly.

Top Row L-R Max Mitchell-Adams, Alec Ciciulla, Wei-Yee Hall, Charlie Clarke, Alex Cooney, Jacob Sarris. 2nd Row L-R Nathaniel Fyffe, Callum Stanford, Flynn Dickson, Seamus Mintrom, Luke Matthews, Mr. Jack Hollingsworth. 1st Row L-R James Sherborne, Mackenzie Horth, Joel Tyler, Archie Jackson, Max Post, Ethan Lovett. Absent Sam Clark, Jack Gray, Reece Smart, Micah Swann.

u16 rugby

1st xv rugby

Top Row L-R Massimo Palillo, Sam Reid, William Graves, Josh Canham, Henry Armstrong, Archie Hynes, David Parlane, Mr. Joshua Moore. 1st Row L-R Will Gregory, Matt Taylor, Bud Trevillian, Cameron Glasgow, Will Brydon-Waldren, Edmund Burt, Jack Stewart. Absent Harry Barden, George Farrell, Noah Jones, Charlton Stuart-Williams.

Top Row L-R Cameron Berry, Chris Webster, Jackson Mahan, James Fisher, Harry Catt, Zac De Worsop, William Bullock. 3rd Row L-R Devan Nicholls, Oliver Barden, Henry Moir, Tom Connell, Tom Murray, William Feng, Sam Bradshaw-Maslen, Tom Haddon. 2nd Row L-R Lewis James, Finn Estella, Ed Curwen, Lennox Amatruda, Ethan O’Brien, Tom Ashman, Mr. Joshua Moore. 1st Row L-R Sean Erb, James Chand, Mitchell Hurd, Max Burt, Max Markham, Steven Alesi, Fletcher Pullen.

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2nd xv rugby

5 soccer

Top Row L-R Zac De Worsop, Brandon Ahrbeck, Lachlan Ewers, Jimmy Zheng, Cameron Berry, Harry Catt. 1st Row L-R Charlie Hannah, Lennox Amatruda, Kevin Wang, Tom Connell, William Feng, Ed Curwen, Fletcher Pullen. Absent James Crew, Gregoire Dillee, Sean Erb, Andy Nie.

Top Row L-R Hugh Hasker, William Stretch, Lucas Hiscock, Gus Calder, Sam Fanning, Tom Jorgensen, James Lineham, Gabriel Pozo. 3rd Row L-R Chai Scott, Diesel Saleh, Mark Zhao, Sam Trainor, Tom Field, Josh Carr, Dane Lombard, Georgen Strintzos. 2nd Row L-R Mr. David Turner, Marcel Rose, Alistair Liddle, Nicky Robertson, Jimmy Bian, Tom Hollway, Louis Binoit, Tomas Stewart, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk. 1st Row L-R Matthew Dougan-Bath, Felix Wolfe, Seb Glassel, Jack Roberts, Cade Segar, Max Prassopoulos, Byron Bennett, Hugo Kepper. Absent James Mannion, Pasha Mianji, Harry Pollock, Elden Zeng.

6 soccer Top Row L-R Julius Ferwerda, Harry Cotton, James Hepples, Erik Kyparisis, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Thomas O’Leary, Oliver Goodger. 2nd Row L-R Mr. Dean Bryan, Leon Gu, Shohma Funasaka, Lachlan Molloy, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Ryan Zhu, Ethan Balaskas, Ms. Shelly Turek. 1st Row L-R George Roubos, Jake Roach, Richard Fan, Archie Walton, Matthew Cruse, Matthew Cameron, Zac Regelman, Alessandro Brook Savill, Matt Fuller. Absent Matty Goss, Noah Mies.

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7a soccer Top Row L-R J Sum, George McDowell, Tom Bailey, Henry Mitrevski, Spiros Velos, Marcus Sorensen. 2nd Row L-R Kai Adachi, Nikolas Stavrellis, Callum Heath, Lachlan McCurry, Leslie Tole. 1st Row L-R Zack Bogoevski, Cail Thomson, Lane Donohue, Elijah Akinci, Stanley Chen, Hudson Augustini.


7b soccer

7c soccer

Top Row L-R Mitchell Kuzilny, Matthew Hill, Milo Lade, Benjamin Akinci, Jack Duckinson, Zach Carr, Alex Holman. 1st Row L-R Alex Tognarini, Oscar Lewis, Sam Vakirtzis, Finn Watson-Hook, Declan Bakker, Josh Foulds, George Thompson.

Top Row L-R Cameron McIntyre, James Cheng, William Stebbing, William Bradbury, Oscar Lo, Jacob Cooper. 1st Row L-R Brite Zeng, Tim Shaw, David Yuan, Tim Tso, Hamish Andersen, Isaac Lee, Jevons Wang.

8a soccer

8b soccer

Top Row L-R Tom Redpath, Nick Anson, Markus Mittermayr, Cameron Khan, James Swyny, Owen Vulcan, Mr. Shintaro Nagayama. 1st Row L-R Matt Elliott, James Ianuali, Alexander Christopoulos, Nick Barreto, Jett O’Brien, Jack Anson, Will Featherston, Declan Hayes.

Top Row L-R Jules Fabre, Max Mozina, Fynn Lade, Toby Marsden, Vassili Kyparisis, Mr. Shintaro Nagayama. 1st Row L-R Adam Larkan, Max Kortge, Edward Greenslade, Sam Funston, Oliver Lochhead, Zach Mandragona, James Cannuli.

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8c soccer Top Row L-R Mack McGrath, Victor Luo, Tony Ma, Juan Hu, Victor Binoit, Mr. Shintaro Nagayama. 1st Row L-R Harrison Svensen, Tian Pang, Ryan Dang, Harrison Chapman, Sam Hayes, Tony Li, Nicholas Verga.

9b soccer Top Row L-R Keir Canwell, Carl Rumbens, Reuben Cook, Richard Jiang, Robert Kyte, Thomas Barlabas. 2nd Row L-R Louie Liu, William Fry, Joshua Tate, Julian Svensen, Victor Ding, Jason Wang, Flynn Chan. 1st Row L-R Mitchell Augustini, Finn Livitsanis, Jack Longmire, Charlie Durkin, Nate Hollis, Jackson Crawshaw. Absent Sam Banfield, Evan Best, Liam Konidaris, Jason Li, Oliver Warren.

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9a soccer Top Row L-R Griff Adams, Jason Tang, Max McLachlan, Hamish Gee, Luke Marsden, Dexter Dowd, Lachie Briggs. 1st Row L-R Dominic Kastrinakis, Oliver Warren, Sam Banfield, Tommy Colaci, Costa Chantzos, Ollie Cruse, Nik Vakirtzis, Steven Stavrellis. Absent Mitchell Augustini, Robert Kyte.

10a soccer Top Row L-R Jack Thomas, Liam O’Kane, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Aidan Nicholls, Steve Suits, Matthew Young, Matt Downs. 1st Row L-R Lewis Panaouris, Leo Kouskouris, Asher Yu, John Paterson, Gordon Chen, Patrick Liddle. Absent Ryan Hartshorne, James Konstas, Matthew Warman.


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10b and 10c soc

1st xi soccer

Top Row L-R Jason He, Matthew Cook, Gary Guo, Josh Williams, Matthew Warman, Timothy Krynski. 1st Row L-R Charlie Brewster, Max Ashman, Gary Hu, Curtis Wilson, Dennis Gu, Sam Haddon. Absent Isaac Burgess, Zaid Hussein, Yan Le, Harry Roubos, Eric Shi, Chris Van Essen, Austin Zou.

Top Row L-R Hamish McDowell, Max Bowyer, Max Laumets, Andrew Tzimas, Thomas Avdoulos, Tom Franklyn. 2nd Row L-R Leo Kouskouris, Noah McGrath, Kosta Arvanitakis, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Benjamin Cruse, Mack Gregson, Azmain Kalitzki. 1st Row L-R Tom Downs, Jack Clarkson, Charles Fry, Sandy Faulds, Branko Skocic, Ethan Baines.

2nd xi soccer

3rd and 4th xi

Top Row L-R Sam Patterson, Jasper Mutimer, Nick Longmire, Xavier Pym, Connor Hipwell, Tom Elliott, Finn Roberts. 1st Row L-R Adam Levenda-Freeman, Anton Derevianko, Michael Fitzgerald, Callum Furey, Brandon Duan, James Hamilton, Tristan Scheirs. Absent Alex Grant.

Top Row L-R William Roynic, Nick Parsons, Teddy Lovell, Daniel Abbott, Noa Simon. 2nd Row L-R Feilong Yun, Owen Lui, Marcus Burnside, Christopher Gianna, Nicholas Mennie, Ivan Yung. 1st Row L-R Victor Jakobus, Simon Farrow, Alex Grant, Michael Dean, Dylan Hebden.

soccer

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5th xi soccer Top Row L-R Alexander Black, Charles Zeng, Micky Hamilton, Elliott Ayers, Hugh Beaumont, Ral St John, Mr. Jason Bain. 1st Row L-R Hank Hua, Zachary Loong, Ivan Wang, Zachary Warren, Lachlan McCormack, Jose Kosenda, Jack Liu.

5 volleyball Top Row L-R Mr. David Turner, Tony Xie, Jackson Chen, James Longley, Tom Crennan, William Yang, Joshua Avats. 2nd Row L-R Max Prassopoulos, Hugo Fyfe, Jack Pan, Lihang Jiang, Diesel Saleh, Noah Laurin, William Barton, Miss Jacqui Stenniken. 1st Row L-R Pasha Mianji, Derrick Cee, Oskar Andersen, Alistair Liddle, Samuel Walters, James Mannion.

6 volleyball Top Row L-R Allen Wu, Daniel Dai, William Sun, Kalem Meyer, Campbell Yeo, Terence Wang, James Hepples, Toby Duckinson. 3rd Row L-R Mrs. Monica Le Couteur, Charlie Bramley, Aidan McDonald, Thomas Doan, Thomas O’Leary, Thomas Hahn, Dylan O’Brien-Petersen, Julius Ferwerda, Eason Liu, Jenson Galvin. 2nd Row L-R Fr. Chester Lord, Ryan Zhu, Rex Ettershank, Sebastian Felicetti, Noah Mies, Lachlan Molloy, Kevin Liao, Matthew Cruse, Ethan Balaskas, William Cooney, Mrs. Shelly Turek, Mr. Dean Bryan. 1st Row L-R Matt Fuller, Fedya Kononchuk, Will Fearn, Eason Gao, Matthew Barwood, Leon Haralambakis, Alessandro Brook Savill, David Yang, Matty Goss. Absent Sam Coleman, Max Thomas.

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dball

5 european han

Top Row L-R Fr. Chester Lord, Aiden Retief, James Longley, Tom Crennan, Derrick Cee, Ben Brown. 1st Row L-R Lachlan Auden, Lochie Silva, Tuur Craps, Matthew McIntyre, Gavin Barnedt, Marcus Exler. Absent Joshua Avats.

1st futsal Top Row L-R Noah McGrath, Thomas Avdoulos, Max Bowyer, Max Laumets, Andrew Tzimas, Tom Franklyn. 1st Row L-R Jack Clarkson, Leo Kouskouris, Sandy Faulds, Branko Skocic, Kosta Arvanitakis, Steven Stavrellis, Tom Downs

dball

6 european han

Top Row L-R Fr. Chester Lord, Jarod Prins, Thomas Hahn, James Pascoe, Daniel Dai, Oscar Sloan, Toby Duckinson, Dylan O’BrienPetersen, Alexander Jacob, Mr. Ben Ryan. 1st Row L-R Oscar Cowling, Sam Coleman, Cooper Beasley, Charlie Paterson, Jacob Ellery, Angus Haddon, Sebastian Felicetti, Leon Haralambakis. Absent Ben Bezencon, William Cooney, AJ Harris Jr, Aidan McDonald, Landon Penca.

5-6 athletics Top Row L-R William Stretch, Jackson Chen, Thomas O’Leary, Jarod Prins, James Hepples, Harry Cotton, Lucas Hiscock, Max Thomas. 4th Row L-R Hugh Hasker, Tom Howie, Shohma Funasaka, Aidan Williams, Hugo Richey, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Will O’Connor, Lachlan Molloy. 3rd Row L-R Aiden Retief, Alex Zheng, Elden Zeng, Brayden Hope, Dane Lombard, Luca Robinson, Matthew Cameron, Mr. Ben Ryan. 2nd Row L-R Miss Jacqui Stenniken, Alessandro Brook Savill, Cade Segar, Tom Kollmorgen, Harry George, Max Brownbill, Lochie Silva, Marcus Prins, Marcel Rose, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk. 1st Row L-R Fletcher Hall, Lachie St Leger, Byron Bennett, William Barton, Julian Carlin, George Roubos, Gordon Hou, Will Kissane, Lachlan Auden. Absent Sam Fanning, Seb Khan.

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athletics squad Top Row L-R Benjamin Summerfield, Joshua Le Grice, Hamish Dick, Anthony Evans, Louis Butler, Felix Flockart, Robert Capp, Mitchell Hughes, Ben Fisher, Martin Kulesza, Ben Durkin, Sebastian Williams. 7th Row L-R Charlie Hicks, Will Hughes, Will Middlemiss, Christopher Valcanis, Benjamin Cruse, Samuel Fitzgerald, David Seager, Trent Mailing, Jakub Williams, Tristan Scheirs, Thomas Blamires, Tom Bartels. 6th Row L-R Luke Langdon, Sam Banfield, William Lam, Alec Ciciulla, Jordan Hayter, Connor McConville, Kei Hirasedo, Tommy Kenny, Noah McGrath, Jackson Sweet, Tom Banfield, Michael Dean, Aaron Leferink, Joel Tyler. 5th Row L-R Matteo Palillo, James Swyny, Luke Hill, Ethan Calcatjicos, Samuel Breen, Connor Marriott, Callum Harding, Tom Howard, Ben Sullivan, Luca Macnab, Tom Marriott, Nick Anson, Cameron Hathway. 4th Row L-R Fynn Lade, Luke Travers, Jack Anson, Aaron Aloi, Angus Elliott, Sam Flockart, Darcy Gilbert, James Bourke, Marcus Bierens, William Bradbury, Lucas Williamson, James Capp, Caden Arnold, Max Mozina. 3rd Row L-R Archie May, Noah Hartman, Oliver Lally, Jasper Findlay, Milo Lade, Jackson McKenzie, James Cheng, Nikolas Stavrellis, Jamie Hope, J Sum, Ryan McKenzie, Ben Edmondson, Elliot Perkins. 2nd Row L-R Jordan Secatore, Jules Lohan, Chris Field, Stanley Chen, Tom Burnell, Finn Watson-Hook, Leslie Tole, Zach Bowen, Alex Holman, Charlie Morgan, Aaron Mickelburough, Hamish Roberts, Tom Howden, Mitchell Kuzilny. 1st Row L-R Xavier Hendy, Jonah Campigli, Oscar Noble, Mr. Scott Davies, Mr. Tom Morehouse, Finn Campigli (C), Mrs. Meg Adem, Jack Summerfield (VC), Mr. Matthew Wardell, Mr. Rhys Waterman, Mr. Martin Green, Lochie McDougall, Hudson Augustini. Absent Max Absalom, Lennox Amatruda, Max Benier, Max Blyth, Dante Caruso, Pablo Forbes, Oscar Lewis, Harry Mathews, Lachlan McCluskey, Darcy McConnon, Aidan Nicholls.

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5 water polo Top Row L-R Tom Jorgensen, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Harry Pollock, Gus Calder, Mr. Stuart Thompson. 1st Row L-R Louis Binoit, Nicky Robertson, James Lineham, Josh Carr, Tuur Craps, Charlie Wood.

7a water polo Top Row L-R Samson Adams, Michael Paltoglou, Jorge Houridis, Tom Bailey, Jamie Draheim, Oliver Robertson. 1st Row L-R Freddie Smith, Sam Vakirtzis, Mrs. Jessica Taillandier, Ethan Lyons, Damien Paino.

6 water polo Top Row L-R Heath Fulton, Hunter Absalom, Thomas Hahn, Erik Kyparisis, James Pascoe, Angus Haddon, Mr. Luke Fensling. 1st Row L-R Ethan Petris, Jenson Galvin, Justin Krok, Julius Ferwerda, Aaron Hudghton, Lachlan Paino.

lo 7 blue water po Top Row L-R Marlo Hofmann, Spiros Velos, Cameron MacKenzie, Tom Jackett-Simpson, George Thompson. 1st Row L-R Max Morris, Mrs. Jessica Taillandier, Jonathan Pascuzzi. Absent Declan Bakker

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7 red water pol

Top Row L-R Tom O’Connor, Lucas Connell, Jake Tuim, Henry Pearson, Zach Carr. 1st Row L-R Sebastian Watters, Mrs. Jessica Taillandier, Max Langworthy. Absent Lenny Ewers

lo 8 red water po Top Row L-R Mrs. Karine Coste, Stirling Findlay, Oliver Bradfield, Thomas Farrelly, Patrick Hoy, Lachlan Zissis. 1st Row L-R Ryan Agg, Eric Sima, Will Featherston, Ned Ansell-Jones, Matt Elliott. Absent Will Muller.

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8 blue water p

Top Row L-R Mrs. Karine Coste, Pearce Grant, Hugh Moir, Harry Cornwell, Nic Merrill, Max Kortge. 1st Row L-R Maxim Coste, Owen Vulcan, Brady Collins, Victor Luo, Sam Hayes.

9 water polo Top Row L-R Jordan Segar, Benjamin Morgan, Joshua Bortolussi, Campbell Sedgwick, Kip Gibney, Reuben Cook. 2nd Row L-R Lukas Galanopoulos, Ben Paynter, Billy Pearson, Max Blyth, Harry Wright, Jakub Williams. 1st Row L-R Kyle Stewart, Thomas Draheim, Jeremy Booth, Jack Seymour, Lucas Pithie, Luca Jarvis.


10 water polo Top Row L-R Brock Jackson, Ben Graham, Harry Mathews, Felix Flockart, Jacob Travers, Campbell Tweedie, Ms. Angelique Beguin. 1st Row L-R Fergus Murray, Spencer Nevett, Lachlan Hernadi, Cameron Glasgow, Jack Thomas, Harrison Preston. Absent Archie Hynes, Asher Yu.

2nd water polo Top Row L-R Mr. Angus Maloney, Tyler Jackson, Matthew Noske, Noa Simon, James Fisher, Alex Adams, Hamish McDowell, Devan Nicholls, Mr. David Liddle. 1st Row L-R Finn Estella, Samuel Tickner, Seb Mottram, Chris Webster, Finn Roberts, Nick Adams. Absent Brock Jackson, Hudson Rowell.

1st water polo Top Row L-R Sam Hayes, Harrison Preston, Harry Mathews, Matthew Noske, Alex Adams, Harrison Kirkham, Dane Van Heemstede Obelt, Mr. David Liddle. 1st Row L-R Finn Estella, James Dickson, Will Paynter (C), Charlie Hayes, Ben Paynter, Max Post. Absent Tom Haddon, Julian Wilson, Nik Rathmayr.

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school diving

Top Row L-R Callum Bond, Max Mitchell-Adams, Jacob Sarris, Martin Kulesza, Daniel Smith, Gus Bland, Mr. Paul Stewart. 1st Row L-R Alex Tognarini, Meluke Gunter, Ethan Gendala, Liam Gouws, Matthew Warrell, Austin Ungar, Harry Wright, Luca Jarvis.

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5 basketball Top Row L-R Hugh Langdon, Will O’Connor, Jackson Chen, Joe Ramsden, Jerry Zheng, Jem Spicer, Tony Xie, Ethan Rowe. 3rd Row L-R Cooper Broun, Seb Khan, Harry Newett, Xander Mitchell, Luca Robinson, Tom Graham, Alex Zheng. 2nd Row L-R Miss Samara Madden, Oliver Chang, Lachie Roberts, Noah Laurin, Jack Pan, Lihang Jiang, Harry George, Max Brownbill, Henry Abbott, Miss Jacqui Stenniken. 1st Row L-R Fletcher Hall, Will Kissane, Harrison Gibbins, Angus Roberts, Keegan Barnedt, Gordon Hou, Tom Kollmorgen, Lachie St Leger, Andrew McGregor.

6 basketball Top Row L-R Allen Wu, William Sun, Angus Thomson, Campbell Yeo, Kalem Meyer, Terence Wang, Justin Krok. 3rd Row L-R Mr. Hamish Leahy, Eason Gao, Tom Howie, Hugo Ferguson, Mitch Terry, Kevin Liao, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Heath Dickson, Mrs. Monica Le Couteur. 2nd Row L-R Nate Stroud, Brayden Hope, Sam Heron, Nat Khan, Charlie Bramley, Ethan Petris. 1st Row L-R Oliver Howell, Ben Chou, David Yang, Bruce Wang, Rex Ettershank, Max Nannes, Sam Litis. Absent Matthew Barwood, Ryan Williams.

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7-8a basketbal

Top Row L-R James Clark, Callum Harding, Jake Tuim, Will Landman, Miss Nicole Clark. 1st Row L-R James Mitchell, Jackson Pantelopoulos, Will Biddick, Will Field, Harrison Fulton.

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7-8b basketbal

Top Row L-R Jack Tiver, Harry Harte, Willem Karsten, Lachlan Stewart. 1st Row L-R Daniel Curatore, Hugo Simpson, Peter Tsiakos, Eric Sima, Jerry Chen.

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7-8c1 basketba

7-8c2 basketba

Top Row L-R Massimo Brasacchio, Charlie Rumble, Charles Chen, Angus Elliott. 1st Row L-R David Canta, Peter Gu, Leo Yang, Luca Spampinato, Jerry Chen.

Top Row L-R Thomas Galinas, Owen Lin, Eric Stone, Jay Liu. 1st Row L-R Shaun Gunaratna, Eric Chen, Jiaze Jin, Lexi Wang.

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ll 9-10a basketba Top Row L-R Jack Damyon, Ryan Thorpe, Kareem Zecevic. 1st Row L-R Soren Mitchell, Justin Feng, Peter Qiu, Joshua Sum. Absent Max Benier, Ethan Furey, Rex Patterson.

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9-10c basketba

Top Row L-R Jason Gu, Eric Fu, Edward Forster. 1st Row L-R William Clark, Larry Li, Steven Luo, Cameron Acheson. Absent Gordon Chen, Tony Tso, Jevons Yu, Evan Zhang.

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9-10b basketba

Top Row L-R Jevons Yu, Lawrence Liu, Jason Jin. 1st Row L-R Daniel Smith, Sky Wu, Kip Gibney. Absent Justin Feng, Johnson Shen, Joshua Sum, Edward Yang.

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3rd v basketba

Top Row L-R Steven Sun, Mitchell Kelly, Aqil Packir Saibo, Dane Van Heemstede Obelt. 1st Row L-R Leon Zhang, Hamish Whillas, Michael Lai, Gordon Wang. Absent Tom Chen, Daniel Gu, Matthew Leadbeater, Liam McInerney.


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1st v basketbal

Top Row L-R Hayden Mitchell, Jack Mason, Callum McPeake, Ben Graham, Matthew Takahashi, Mr. Cameron Taylor. 1st Row L-R Harry Reilly, Jimmy Gui, Sasha Parsons, Tyler Jackson, Tom Kosenda, Samuel Fitzgerald. Absent Bradley Hickey.

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snow sports sq

Top Row L-R Tristan Hutchins, Nicholas Hutchins, Simon Farrow, Tom Bartels, Jack Wright, Michael Jonker, Trent Mailing, Daniel Abbott, Martin Kulesza, Connor Cooper, Jack Wyss, Bradley Hickey, Will Middlemiss. 3rd Row L-R Jasper Findlay, Noah Hunt, Will Field, Nick Anson, Lachlan Barlow, Harry Thom, Sam Wyss, Tom Bailey, Brady Collins, Flynn Cooper, Lachy Miller, Ethan Gendala, Sebastian Walsh. 2nd Row L-R Oscar Cowling, Max Nannes, Isaac Lee, Jackson Court, Hamish Roberts, Tom Crennan, Thomas Hahn, Mack McGrath, Sam Stewart, Alex Rico, Rex Ettershank, Tom Field, Corey Gendala. 1st Row L-R Max Mailing, Toby Jones, Hudson Hallinan, Will Kissane, Jake Ring, Mr. Travis Hopgood, Matt Speirs, Ned OverendStevens, Daniel Piccolo, Hugo Kepper, Archer Hallinan, Martin Yang. Absent Jack Anson, William Clark, Jack Damyon, Gus Harris, Noah Jones, Chas Rechner, Reece Smart, Daniel Smith. GRAMMARIAN 2017

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L L A C L L RO 3 ELC BILBY

Yuki Kobayshi

Fletcher Abernethy Max Adem

Max Booth

Oliver Heath

Sean Henry

Ryoji Kataoka

Edward Olliver

Charlie Parrish

Raphael Persoglia

Austin Vassallo

Charles Walker

William Woonacott

Zack Blumfield

Isaac Corcoris

Cale Donald

Archie Hooper

Josh Kari

Ben Kato

Charlie Lipovetsky

Freddie Pollock

Christian Trubiano

Matthew Trubiano

Oscar Xu

Xiaoyi Yang

Lucas Zheng

Darren Zhu

3 ELC WOMBAT

Zane Mtenje

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4 ELC BANDICOOT Matthew Ballantyne

Charlie Beynon

Scott Bowen

George Clancy

Marco D’Assisi

Hung Hou

Cruz Maisano

Jacob Nicholas

Jack Knipe

Evan Liu

Max Liu

Logan Lombard

Lenny Lui

Theo Luscombe

Ollie Rodd

Dane Severino

Lance Sun

Hudson Vaughan

Jonathan Zeng

Henry Zhang

Michael Agius

Charlie Auditore

Rupert Clancy

Jack Cunnington

Harry Ford

Harry Henderson

Tom McLean

4 ELC WALLABY

Adam Kato

Lucas Kokkinos

Andreas Ktori

Oustyn Lew

Kwun Lung Hou

Hunter Luu

Brandon Marks

Miles Neatnica

Harvey Negoro

Thomas Saadie

Jack Saturno

Warwick Tiver

Angus van de Water

Evan Yu GRAMMARIAN 2017

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PREP FIVEDALEKURRAJONG

Caleb Arceri

Daniel Arnold

Thomas Black

Tyler Buckingham

Thomas Everett

Shya Harvey

Barnaby Heath

Alvaro Hermawan Lo

William Husband

Nathan Jones

Yuto Kataoka

Liam Krastich

Harold Liu

Zachary Martin

Jackson McPherson

Luciano Persoglia

Sam Sabin

Dante Salvo

Kavin Shukla

Jack Stretch

Justin Tan

Zheyi Zhu

Jack Bulfin

George Cozens

Luca D’Assisi

Henry Dai

Lachlan Dever

Marlow Dipietrantonio

Zac Nicholas

YEAR 1 BANKSIA

Anderson Harris

Ieuan Hill

Toby Jones

Matthew Keenan

Shuta Kobayashi

Jaska Maher

Max Mailing

James Reece

Sacha Rose

Ryan Weaver

Jack Williams

Alex Woolf

Ethan Yang

Simon Yao

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YEAR 1 HEATH Xavier Bates

Harry Charlton

Oliver Chen

Fletcher Cowan

Harper Cunnington Ge Gao

Ethan Marks

Tom Pollock

Gary Guo

Jeremy Hiscock

Oska Jacob

Lucas Judah

Danny Liu

Max Maisano

Rudy Schnepf

Jack Stavrakis

Sacha Swinton

Hudson Vassallo

Martin Yang

Thomas Zhuang

Charlie Avats

Sid Bartlett

Brodie Buckingham

Logan Chilcott

Charlie Cordner

Fred Denning

Owen Hermawan Lo

Andrew Liu

YEAR 2 ACACIA

Keimei Enosawa

Jack Epstein

Hugo FaulknerAschman

Nicholas Galinas

Hudson Hallinan

Max Henley

Henry Morandi

Corban Papadopoulos

Liam Raftis

Aashvik Sareen

Luca Savill

Lachlan Strahan GRAMMARIAN 2017

355


OFFICIAL Photos

YEAR 2 WARATAH Henry Barber

Jaime Dai

Ethan Davis

Charlie Denning

Henry Fearn

John Haralambakis

Ruben Retief

Oliver Jorgensen

Tobias Landsman

James Lipovetsky

Oscar Liu

Paddy MacSweeney

Des McDonald

Henk Murphy

Sam Richardson

Austin Saleh

Kosuke Shinoda

Max Thomson

Thomas Un

George Williams

Ronnie Xu

Kai Ballantyne

Bolin Chen

Arthur Coste

James Crewdson

Archer Hallinan

Matvey Kononchuk

Zac Mongey

Zac Murphy

Ned OverendStevens

Flynn Quill

Danny Regelman

Jordan Rose

Polo Azzaro

Stefan Bandura

Luca Cleret

YEAR 3 BURKE

Sebastian Liddle

Sam Longley

YEAR 3 WILLS Alexander Rozentoul

356

Will Saadie GRAMMARIAN 2017

Austin Taleb


Peter Dai

Danny Du

Luke Ferdinands

Christian Field

Curtis Fyfe

John Hall

Andy Hu

Leo Jansen

Matheus Judah

Jinheon Kim

Oscar O’Hare

Daniel Piccolo

Jack Pollock

Deacon Salis

Thomas Sloan

Kenneth Yeung

Lachlan Avats

Lucas Barwood

Billy Burgess

Cooper Chilcott

Josh Fletcher

YEAR 4 BASS Murphy Zeng

Corey Gendala

Aydin Ilhan

Bowen Ke

Lucas Li

Gavin Liu

Rishi Mahendranathan

Thomas McMullen

Zach Mighton

Luca New

Will O’Leary

Ashton Petris

Lewis Porteous

Jake Ring

Ibuki Sainsbery

Shau-En Usher

Charles Williams

Ethan Abramovich

Will Bennett

Daniel Cameron

Remy D’Alessandro Harry Denning

YEAR 4 COOK Hamish Featherston

GRAMMARIAN 2017

357


OFFICIAL Photos

Alan Gu

Thomas Lipovetsky Declan McCormack

Robbie McNaughton

Edward Mitrevski

Thanasi Nimorakiotakis

Leonardo Paul

Conrad Retschko

YEAR 4 FLINDERS Charlie Sabin

Jimmy Shen

Kylan Thompson

Jake Charlton

Thomas Dunne

Sammy Regelman

Lachie Reid

George Ugrinovski

Andrew Zhang

Seymour Zhu

Leon Hermawan Lo Jesse Lacey

Jerry Mei

Bailey Mulhall

Sebastian Naccarella

Harvey O’Sullivan

Ben Ride

Luke Sexton

Huw Thomas

Trent Vincent

Arty Woodward

Joshua Avats

Gavin Barnedt

Tom Graham

Seb Khan

Jarvis Rowe

YEAR 5 ARGYLE Frank Wu

Harry Young

Charles Zhao

Jackson Zhao

Jimmy Bian

Ben Brown

Gus Calder

Tuur Craps

358

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Tom Field

Harry George


Tom Kollmorgen

Alistair Liddle

Lucca Markin

Xander Mitchell

Harry Newett

Max Prassopoulos

Marcus Prins

Angus Roberts

YEAR 5 MELVILLE Nicky Robertson

Lochie Silva

Georgen Strintzos

James Tan

Jerry Zheng

Henry Abbott

Julian Carlin

Josh Carr

Oliver Chang

Jackson Chen

Sam Fanning

Hugo Fyfe

Harrison Gibbins

Hugh Hasker

Lucas Hiscock

Will Kissane

James Lineham

James Mannion

Pasha Mianji

Will O’Connor

Aiden Retief

Diesel Saleh

Jem Spicer

Tomas Stewart

William Stretch

Aidan Williams

Tony Xie

William Yang

Alex Zheng

Keegan Barnedt

Byron Bennett

Max Brownbill

Derrick Cee

Marcus Exler

YEAR 5 SCOTT Seb Glassel

GRAMMARIAN 2017

359


OFFICIAL Photos

Fletcher Hall

Tom Jorgensen

Hugo Kepper

Lachlan Kwong

Dane Lombard

James Longley

Matthew McIntyre

Joe Ramsden

Hugo Richey

Marcel Rose

Ethan Rowe

Lachie St Leger

Sam Trainor

Felix Wolfe

Charlie Wood

Elden Zeng

Oskar Andersen

Lachlan Auden

William Barton

Louis Binoit

Cooper Broun

YEAR 5 ZACHARIAH Mark Zhao

Tom Crennan

Matthew DouganBath

Jackson Fitzpatrick

Tom Hollway

Gordon Hou

Lihang Jiang

Hugh Langdon

Noah Laurin

Andrew McGregor

Jack Pan

Harry Pollock

Gabriel Pozo

Jack Roberts

Lachie Roberts

Luca Robinson

Chai Scott

Matthew Cameron

Oscar Cowling

Oliver Dipietrantonio

Thomas Doan

YEAR 6 DISCOVERY Cade Segar

360

Samuel Walters

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Jacob Ellery

Will Fearn

Hugo Ferguson

Julius Ferwerda

Eason Gao

Oliver Howell

Nat Khan

Sam Litis

Xavier Martin

Noah Mies

Thomas O’Leary

James Pascoe

Charlie Paterson

Ethan Petris

Jarod Prins

George Roubos

Hunter Absalom

Matthew Barwood

Alessandro Brook Savill

William Cooney

Heath Dickson

YEAR 6 ENDEAVOUR David Yang

Angus Haddon

Harris Jr

James Hepples

Sam Heron

Brayden Hope

Tom Howie

Justin Krok

Kevin Liao

Lachlan Molloy

Max Nannes

Aaron PerryCrockart

Angus Thomson

Archie Walton

Terence Wang

Allen Wu

Campbell Yeo

Cooper Beasley

Ben Chou

Sam Coleman

Matthew Cruse

YEAR 6 INVESTIGATOR Ryan Zhu

GRAMMARIAN 2017

361


OFFICIAL Photos

Matteo Di Pietrantonio

Sebastian Felicetti Heath Fulton

Matty Goss

Thomas Hahn

Aaron Hudghton

Fedya Kononchuk

Aidan McDonald

Kalem Meyer

Lachlan Paino

Blake Picking

Zac Regelman

Zachary Shieh

Nate Stroud

William Sun

Ethan Balaskas

Ben Bezencon

Charlie Bramley

Harry Cotton

Richard Fan

Matt Fuller

Shohma Funasaka

Jenson Galvin

Alexander Jacob

Erik Kyparisis

Eason Liu

Archie Marshall

Matthew Bates

Massimo Brasacchio

Landon Penca

YEAR 6 RESOLUTION Max Thomas

Ryan Williams

Ayrton D’Alessandro

Daniel Dai

Toby Duckinson

Oliver Goodger

Leon Gu

Leon Haralambakis Matthew Hogg

Rex Ettershank

YEAR 7 ARMSTRONG Dylan O’BrienPetersen

362

Oscar Sloan

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Mitch Terry

Xin Lin Zhang


Jerry Chen

Ben Curtis

Jasper Findlay

Aaron HongDunnett

Jamie Hope

Noah Hunt

Jiaze Jin

Mitchell Kuzilny

Zac Landsman

Jay Liu

Harry Llewellyn

Sam Llewellyn

Oscar Lo

James McDougall

Henry Pearson

Liam Putland

Alex Rico

Marcus Sorensen

J Sum

Zac Tassoni

Cail Thomson

Jake Tuim

Austin Ungar

Tyson Williams

Declan Bakker

Calum Binnie

Dougal Bland

Thomas Bond

Liam Coleman

YEAR 7 CROWTHER Lucas Wilson

Toon Craps

Lane Donohue

Thomas Galinas

Peter Gu

Shaun Gunaratna

Archie Harris

Ryan Jackson

Jack Kissane

Archie May

George McDowell

Cameron McIntyre

Aaron Mickelburough

Max Morris

Christian Paice

Damien Paino

Matteo Palillo

GRAMMARIAN 2017

363


OFFICIAL Photos

Michael Paltoglou

Dylan Roberts

William Stebbing

Jack Stewart

Frank Wang

Sebastian Watters

Brendan Zhang

Kai Adachi

Hudson Augustini

James Bessell

James Bourke

Felix BrightonKnight

Jerry Chen

Josh Dougan-Bath Lenny Ewers

Will Field

Josh Foulds

Darcy Gilbert

Noah Hartman

Callum Heath

Alex Holman

Josh Jarick

Oscar Lawrence

Lochie McDougall

James Mitchell

William Moreton

Tom O’Connor

Jackson Pantelopoulos

YEAR 7 DIXON

Milo Lade

YEAR 7 HANCOCK James Reid

Charlie Rumble

Jevons Wang

Finn Watson-Hook

Brite Zeng

Zach Bowen

James Cheng

Lucas Connell

Jackson Court

Isaiah Delana

364

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Samson Adams

Ethan Gendala

Tom Henley

Matthew Hill


Marlo Hofmann

Cooper Hollway

John Hollway

Tom Howden

Oscar Lewis

Ethan Lyons

Ryan McKenzie

Oscar Noble

Thomas Rohan

Mitchell Ryan

Sam Sweet

George Thompson

Jarrad Thomson

Leslie Tole

Lucas Toms

Luke Travers

Max Absalom

Benjamin Akinci

Elijah Akinci

YEAR 7 ROFE Sam Vakirtzis

Justin Verdini

Luke Williams

Hamish Andersen

Tom Bailey

Flynn Bongiorno

Jonah Campigli

Zach Carr

Eric Chen

Jacob Cooper

Callum Couper

Jamie Draheim

Jack Duckinson

Liam Gouws

Charlie Heaton

Jorge Houridis

Tom JackettSimpson

Isaac Lee

Jules Lohan

Cameron MacKenzie

Tom Marriott

Jackson McKenzie

Charlie Morgan

Tim Moulton

Elliot Perkins

Jordan Stewart

Spiros Velos

GRAMMARIAN 2017

365


OFFICIAL Photos

YEAR 7 SCHOOL Henry Williams

Zack Bogoevski

William Bradbury

Max Langworthy

Max Linder

Jonathan Pascuzzi Cas Payne

Oliver Robertson

Nikolas Stavrellis

James Hare

Xavier Hendy

Thomas Stretch

Stanley Chen

Ben Edmondson

Angus Elliott

Lachlan McCluskey Lachlan McCurry

Hugo Mintrom

Henry Mitrevski

Jordan Secatore

Tim Shaw

Hugo Simpson

Freddie Smith

Luca Spampinato

Alex Tognarini

Tim Tso

Karl Unger

Lexi Wang

Caden Arnold

Marcus Bierens

Samuel Breen

Nicholas Burvill

Brady Collins

Jack Curtis

Thomas Farrelly

Will Featherston

Christian Felicetti

Dylan Goodger

Edward Greenslade Callum Harding

YEAR 8 ARMSTRONG

Beau De Bruijn

366

Jules Fabre

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Luke Hill

Reagan Lenihan

Zach Mandragona

Lachy Miller

Alex Reilly

Aayan Shukla

Owen Vulcan

Mitchell Waldron

Josh Badge

Lachlan Barlow

David Canta

Harrison Chapman

Charles Chen

James Clark

YEAR 8 CROWTHER

Maxim Coste

Oliver Disney

Sam Funston

Patrick Gu

Sam Hayes

Patrick Hoy

Henry Kerr

Max Kortge

Will Landman

Tony Li

Victor Luo

Tian Pang

Sven Steward

Jack Tiver

Peter Tsiakos

Lucas Williamson

Aaron Aloi

Thomas Arrigo

Oliver Bradfield

Tom Burnell

Pearce Grant

Harry Harte

Declan Hayes

Tom Howard

YEAR 8 DIXON Sam Wyss

Charles Yao

Ethan Calcatjicos

Charlie Catt

Gus Corke

Harrison Fulton

GRAMMARIAN 2017

367


OFFICIAL Photos

Fynn Lade

Oliver Lally

Nic Merrill

Blake Oliver

Charlie Schwerdt

James Semenov

Eric Sima

Harrison Svensen

Milan Adams

Ned Ansell-Jones

YEAR 8 HANCOCK Harry Thom

Nicholas Verga

Michael Webb

Lachlan Zissis

Jordan Bourke

James Capp

Harry Cornwell

Daniel Curatore

Ryan Dang

Jonathan Hick

Josh Hudghton

Vassili Kyparisis

Adam Larkan

Oliver Lochhead

Tony Ma

Luca Macnab

Hugh Moir

Max Mozina

Henry Munnings

Jett O’Brien

Leo Read

Tom Redpath

Sam Stewart

James Swyny

James Tsindos

Harry Whiffin

Jack Anson

Nick Anson

Nick Barreto

Victor Binoit

James Cannuli

Harley Chessells

YEAR 8 ROFE 368

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Flynn Cooper

Matt Elliott

Chris Field

Sam Flockart

Graeme Gouws

Cameron Hathway

Juan Hu

Dan Hurd

James Ianuali

Willem Karsten

Cameron Khan

Keane Lombard

Connor Marriott

Mack McGrath

Nathan Moore

Eric Stone

Ryan Agg

Will Biddick

Callum Bond

Alexander Christopoulos

Troy Cook

YEAR 8 SCHOOL Ned Walker

Callan Cummins

Kai Dimattina

Stirling Findlay

Ben HildebrandNeumann

Ajay James

Owen Lin

Toby Marsden

Markus Mittermayr

Will Muller

Andrew Penca

Thomas Picking

Brendan Reddell

Hamish Roberts

Lachlan Stewart

Ben Sullivan

Matthew Warrell

Declan Adams

Harry Barden

Isaac Burgess

Matt Harris

ARMSTRONG 1 Rudy Warszewski

Leo Yang

GRAMMARIAN 2017

369


OFFICIAL Photos

Alfred Jarnestrom

Declan Jeffery

Yan Le

Liam McInerney

Max MitchellAdams

William Moffat

Nathan Murphy

Harry Osborne

ARMSTRONG 2 Griff Adams

Chas Rechner

Jacob Sarris

Ewan Smith

Joshua Sum

Jason Tang

Luke Burgess

Jackson Collins

Brandon Duan

Nate Hollis

Nate Hunter

Azmain Kalitzki

Billy Pearson

Harry Reilly

Jack Seymour

Jasper Tsindos

Josh Williams

Jevons Yu

Carl Bird

Thomas Blamires

Maxim Christodoulou

Dexter Dowd

Jason Jin

Benjamin Lawlor

Louie Liu

Will Middlemiss

James Provis

Nathan Rearick

Ryan Riddell

Josh Smith

Samuel Kastrinakis Nick Parsons

ARMSTRONG 3

David Lawlor

370

Adam LevendaFreeman

GRAMMARIAN 2017


ARMSTRONG 4 Jovaan Ugrinovski

Chris Webster

Justin Feng

Peter Frances

Charlie Hannah

Gary Hu

Brandon Ahrbeck

Max Bowyer

Charlie Brewster

James Crew

Steven Luo

Mitz Metaxas

Max Purcell

Jaxon Putland

Kosta Arvanitakis

Elliott Ayers

Lachie Briggs

Luke Matthews

Jacob Ni

Lewis Panaouris

Oliver Barden

Thomas Barlabas

Ethan O’Brien

Sasha Parsons

ARMSTRONG 5 Harrison Reynolds

David Seager

Daniel Snowsill

William Bullock

William Clark

Hayden Cory

Anthony Evans

Will Hughes

ARMSTRONG 6 Nick Phillips

Eric Shi

Joshua Snowsill

Jake Turner

Daniel Bates

Dante Caruso

Dom Frederico

Dominic Kastrinakis

Spencer Nevett

Matthew Noske

GRAMMARIAN 2017

371


OFFICIAL Photos

David Peng

Fletcher Pullen

Tristan Scheirs

Ben Sexton

Kai Weight

Matthew Young

Laine Bramley

Harry Catt

Flynn Chan

Sam Grose

Michael Hanna

Ryan Hartshorne

Jack Peters

Xavier Pym

Matt Speirs

Kyle Stewart

Joshua Tate

Arvind Thiagarajah

William Agius

Lennox Amatruda

Alexander Black

Gus Bland

Nick Braddon

Archie Hynes

Tyler Jackson

Craig Marais

Charlie Moore

Benjamin Morgan

Ned Bellmaine

Nic Carroll

Michael Dean

Mitchell Dekker

CROWTHER 1

Nicholas Hutchins

Max Kinsman

CROWTHER 2 Curtis Wilson

Simon Farrow

Samuel Fitzgerald

Dennis Gu

CROWTHER 3 Cam Robertson

372

Campbell Sedgwick

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Archer Disney

Tom Franklyn

Robert Kyte

Joshua Le Grice

Hamish McDowell

Frank Peng

Peter Qiu

James Stewart

James Aquila

Hamish Dick

Bryson Konoroth

Charlie Lamont

CROWTHER 4 Dylan Tomsic

Zachary Warren

Hamish Whillas

Jay Jay Zhu

Mitchell Fitzgerald

Kip Gibney

Jack Gray

Gus Harris

Luke Hart

Tristan Hutchins

Jake Mongey

Devan Nicholls

Samuel Tickner

Jason Wang

Jack Wyss

Kareem Zecevic

Daniel Aquila

Thomas Bennett

Ben Branson

Jackson Crawshaw

Ben Durkin

Charlie Durkin

Matthew Leadbeater

Finn Livitsanis

Aidan Nicholls

Massimo Palillo

Mac Parsons

Kotaro Shu

CROWTHER 5

Jimmy Gui

Brock Jackson

GRAMMARIAN 2017

373


OFFICIAL Photos

CROWTHER 6 Branko Skocic

Steven Sun

Oliver Warren

Ben Cochran

Wei-Yee Hall

Charlie Hayes

Jason He

Harry Hynes

Harrison Boys

Dan Canta

Costa Chantzos

Jonathan Leadbeater

Brad Marais

Lachie May

DIXON 1 Lachlan McCormack

Oscar Palmer

Ben Pryor

Jack Stewart

Jack Thomas

Zac De Worsop

Lachlan Hansen

Lachlan Hernadi

Fergus Murray

Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Alex Cooney

Aqil Packir Saibo

Finn Parker

Lachie Schulz

DIXON 2 Julian Svensen

Micah Swann

Ben Tegoni

Trent Thomas

Lachlan Tully

Mitchell Augustini

Lachlan Ewers

Nathaniel Fyffe

Kevin Gao

Connor Hipwell

374

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Matthew Acheson

Luca Jarvis

Niklas Loycke

Lucas Pithie


Jackson Swanell

Rob Tongs

Caspar Tremlett

Bud Trevillian

Flynn Wood

Edward Yang

Marcus Ang

Edmund Burt

Jack Clarkson

Pablo Forbes

Edward Forster

Jerry Gong

Connor McConville Tom Murray

Cadeyrn Rattur

Thomas Smith

Lionel Wang

Jackson Warne

Cameron Acheson

Reuben Cook

Michael Jonker

Max Laumets

Patrick Liddle

Hristos Paraskevas Carl Rumbens

Campbell Tweedie

Ivan Wang

Matthew Warman

Christian Aloi

Hugo Butler

Louis Butler

James Chand

DIXON 3

Dylan Ingram

Oscar Lewis

DIXON 4

Hayden Mitchell

Jasper Mutimer

Thomas Avdoulos

DIXON 5 Max Burt

Ed Curwen

GRAMMARIAN 2017

375


OFFICIAL Photos

Sean Erb

George Farrell

Lukas Galanopoulos

Cameron Glasgow

Mack Gregson

Charlie Hicks

Timothy Krynski

Owen Lui

Cameron Berry

Tom Cantwell

Michael Fitzgerald

Will Lewis

Kai Li

Douglas Phung

Alex Adams

Ethan Baines

James Barber

Will Gregory

Meluke Gunter

Lawrence Liu

Tom Benton

Callum Drake

DIXON 6 Jack Morrison

Ral St John

Spencer Wood

Jack Goodings

Bradley Hickey

Darby Hipwell

Mackenzie Horth

Zaid Hussein

HANCOCK 1 Sam Reid

Harry Roubos

Tom Whitson

Keir Canwell

Tom Downs

Wilson Du

Finn Estella

Johnathan Georgiadis

HANCOCK 2 James Sherborne

376

Daniel Smith

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Luke Sorensen

Max Stroud


Lachlan Foy

Hamish Gee

Jerry Gong

Tim Johnson

Noah Jones

Darcy McConnon

Max McLachlan

Soren Mitchell

HANCOCK 3 James Bryan

Finn Roberts

Reece Smart

Jacob Travers

Asher Yu

Evan Zhang

Robert Capp

Tom Chen

Matthew Cook

Ben Graham

Greg Hick

Max James

Nicholas Roberts

Joel Tyler

Nik Vakirtzis

Andrew Wang

Samuel Whiteley

Feilong Yun

Tom Banfield

Lachie Caldwell

William Feng

David Parlane

Harrison Preston

Nik Rathmayr

Liam Konidaris

Scott Lee

Christopher Gianna

Benjamin Green

Archie Jackson

Denver Stroud

Max Twycross

Simon Wang

HANCOCK 4

Jack Mason

Adam Oulton

GRAMMARIAN 2017

377


OFFICIAL Photos

HANCOCK 5

Anton Derevianko

Gary Guo

Zach Adam-Gedge

Sam Banfield

Toby Bendel

Evan Best

Marcus Burnside

Tommy Colaci

Tommy Kenny

Aaron Leferink

Joe Lynch

Nicholas Mennie

James Mitchell

Henry Moir

Nick Adams

Oscar Donald

Matt Downs

Max Hanna

Charlie Kenny

Callum McPeake

Joseph Micari

Jack Munnings

Julian Ou

Bailey Rohan

Steven Alesi

Tom Ashman

Tom Bartels

Felix Flockart

Eric Fu

Ethan Furey

HANCOCK 6 Frank Morris

Harrison Kirkham

Larry Li

Dom Lynch

ROFE 1 Hudson Rowell

Jackson Sweet

Ned Wright-Smith

Hugh Beaumont

Joshua Bortolussi

Sam Cao

378

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Mitch Dow

Thomas Draheim


Christian Gernandt James Hamilton

Warren Lee

Jack Longmire

Zachary Loong

Steve Suits

Henry Armstrong

Max Ashman

Finn Campigli

Connor Cooper

Joel Dow

Tom Elliott

Richard Jiang

David Li

Yali Lin

Jack Liu

Nick Longmire

Harry Mathews

Alec Ciciulla

Flynn Dickson

Daniel Gu

Luke Ianuali

Samuel Larkworthy

Sheldon Lu

Sam Luo

Christopher Valcanis

Oscar Buscombe

Jordan De Worsop

ROFE 2

Liam Farrell

Paddy Inglis

ROFE 3 Jack Summerfield

Sky Wu

Mitchell Kelly

James Konstas

Leo Kouskouris

James Larkworthy

ROFE 4 Chris Van Essen

Kevin Wang

Karl Xu

Jimmy Zheng

GRAMMARIAN 2017

379


OFFICIAL Photos

Charles Fry

Kei Hirasedo

Lachlan JackettSimpson

Victor Jakobus

Archie Perkins

Henry Petch

Jordan Segar

Noa Simon

Jaikob Akinci

Seth EvansGreenwood

Matt Field

Mike Kantounatakis

Michael Lai

Austin Lawson

ROFE 5 Charlton StuartWilliams

Mikkel Talts

Matt Taylor

William Fry

Micky Hamilton

Mitchell Hughes

Mitchell Hurd

William Johnston

ROFE 6 Tom Paraskiv

Benjamin Summerfield

Oliver Thomas

Charles Zeng

Leon Zhang

Lachlan Cardell

Jack Carlson

Sam Clark

Kieran Farrell

Sandy Faulds

Callum Furey

John Paterson

Sam Patterson

Oscar Rochanakij

Callum Stanford

Ryan Thorpe

Julian Wilson

380

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Josh Allan

Andreas Kardis

William Lam


SCHOOL 1

Luke Langdon

Jackson Mahan

Josh Canham

Joshua Clyne

Benjamin Cruse

Jack Damyon

James Fisher

Jordan Hayter

Luke Marsden

Noah McGrath

Andy Nie

Steven Stavrellis

Gordon Wang

Benjamin Warrell

Max Blyth

Joel Crocker

Gregoire Dillee

William Graves

Daniel Parish

William Speyer

Jamie Tzimas

Jakub Williams

Harry Wright

Daniel Abbott

Charlie Clarke

Ollie Cruse

Alex Grant

Mac Gray

Mike Nasrallah

Liam O’Kane

Oliver Platt

Judd Rowell

Johnson Shen

SCHOOL 2 Sebastian Williams Steven Zhang

Sam Haddon

Tom Kosenda

Jimmy Lyu

SCHOOL 3 Austin Zou

Jason Gu

Dylan Hebden

Ethan Lovett

GRAMMARIAN 2017

381


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SCHOOL 4 Will BrydonWaldren

Eric Chen

Teddy Lovell

Winston Macgowan

Seb Mottram

Angus Stevenson

Michael Wang

Jack Wright

Nicholas Carus

James Dickson

Lukas Giannatos

Hank Hua

Michael Jin

Will Paynter

Matthew Ross

Tommy Sullivan Dunne

Matthew Takahashi

Jonty Wells

Ivan Yung

Max Benier

Benjamin Booth

Jeremy Booth

Sam BradshawMaslen

Gordon Chen

Harry Fisher

Tony Tso

Andrew Tzimas

Dane Van Heemstede Obelt

Sebastian Walsh

Tom Connell

Ben Fisher

Ethan Gray

Lewis James

Martin Kulesza

Rex Patterson

Max Post

Michael Sigal

Paris Sitzoukis

Max Bladen

SCHOOL 5

Seamus Mintrom

Tom Murphy

SCHOOL 6 382

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Tom Haddon

Jose Kosenda

Leo Liang

Trent Mailing

Max Markham

Ben Paynter

Sam Roberts

William Roynic

ABSENTEES Dan Griffith Robert Jane Aarav Kurien Will Murray

Rhys Nethercott Ryan Qui Ander Shayan

GRAMMARIAN 2017

383


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STAFF 2017

Kurt Abell

Meg Adem

Pauline Anthony

Dwi Ariantono

Thivi Athipar

Anna Austin

Jason Bain

Natalie Baker

Ryan Barnett

Andrew Barr

Amelia Barrow

Cam Barry

Emily Beaton

Dan Belluz

Cathy Box

Tyla Bracken

Samantha Braun

Dean Bryan

Sean Bryant

Lynn Bullock

Hayley Bunting

Allen Burton

Deanne Cannizzaro

Louise Carroll

Kate Casey

Linda Chen

Nicole Clark

Claire Clarke

Tahli Clayton

Myles Collins

Darren Cook

Karine Coste

Margaret Coyne

Gabriel Csaszar

Monique Darkin

Rebecca Darling

Joanne Davies

Scott Davies

Ruth Dempsey

Ross Donnan

Mark Dowley

Biddy Duckham

Kirsten Dunsby

Rose Dyer

David Eggleston

Sandra Ellich

384

GRAMMARIAN 2017


Jo Ellis

Julie Ellwood

Steve Emmett

Ross Featherston

Luke Fensling

Michele Fisher

Victoria Fisher

Sharon Forsyth

Mandy Foulds

Peter Furey

Jared Furtado

James Gerstman

Megan Gibbs

Bill Gibney

Ian Giles

Aude Gillioz

Martin Green

Paul Gurry

Laura Hall

Robert Hanley

Graeme Harris

Blake Hayes

Georgie Hayes

Sharon Henderson

James Hilditch

Jack Hollingsworth Travis Hopgood

Hiroko Hunt

Carina Jansen

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Sam Kuring

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Monica Le Couteur Arthur Le

Hamish Leahy

Andrew Lee

Steve Lewis

Li Li

David Liddle

Sandra Lonsdale

Chester Lord

Jane Lowe

GRAMMARIAN 2017

385


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Christian Machar

Samara Madden

Sandra Maher

Alison Main

Jeremy Martin

Melissa Martin

Linda McGeachin

Adrienne Mewett

Stephen Miles

David Nixon

Melissa Manaras

Christine Marks

Tim Marshall

Christine McIntosh Doug McKelvie

Matthew McLellan

Gary McPhee

Tim Medlyn

Kristen Molloy

Joshua Moore

Tom Morehouse

Lauren Murphy

Shintaro Nagayama

Loc Nguyen-Lim

Jane Nurton

Rick Pemberton

Peter Pidduck

Kathy Pitt

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Raelene Plozza

Fr. Anthony Poole

Katrina Price

Brendan Rahn

Jamie Ransome

Penny Roberts

Ken Robertson

Kay Rogers

Kylie Rose

Cat Rossiter

Ben Ryan

Mark Sainsbery

Yoko Sainsbery

Patrick Sanders

Stephanie Shane

Robert Shaw

Peter Shepard

Clare Smith

386

GRAMMARIAN 2017

Kathryn Malouf


Nina Sofo

Jacqui Stenniken

Michael Stephens

Luke Stewart

Paul Stewart

Paul Strain

Ray Swann

Lisa Tabone

Cameron Taylor

Peter Tellefson

Naomi Tham

Katie Thomas

Stuart Thompson

Adam Thorn

Rebecca Thornton

Olivia Tims

Peter Toms

Shelly Turek

David Turner

Christopher Tze

Cindy Van Dijk

Natalie van Wetering

Frances Walker

Matthew Wardell

Anna Watson

Jamie Watson

Kate Watts

Nick Weymouth

Benjamin White

Katie White

Peter Whitehead

Alan Wilkes

Chris Wilson

Danielle Wolff

Wen Yan

Michael Arceri Amy Atchison Rachel Bailey Dick Bartlett Angelique Beguin Kate Birrell Daniel Brown

Rebecca Cavalot Matthew Coulton John Croft Raymond Czekajlo Nicole Dodanwela Paula Donnelly David Gemmell

ABSENTEES Rania Ghanem Felicity Jones Anna Ladas Bianca Lentini Simone Lewis Nick Lloyd Danielle Lord

Clair Marshall Kylie May Isaac Mouskovias Elizabeth Paterson John Phillips Tony Smith Sarah Straford

Jessica Taillandier Nancy Ting Sonia Wagner Angela Waldron Joyce Wang Rhys Waterman GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Vice Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Adams, Declan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Bowling Award Cricket 8A, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Bowling Award Cricket 9A, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Encouragement Award Athletics - Jumps, Year 10 Bowling Award Cricket 10A, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Most Improved Soccer 10A, Year 11 Bowling Award Cricket Second VII, Brad Marks Trophy Cricket First XI, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Rugby Under 13, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Athletics - Long/ Triple Jump, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A

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Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Second XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Ahrbeck, Brandon ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 4 Class Award, Effort Card Art, Weekly Award, Year 5 Man of the Week, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6B Football, Man of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Most Improved Rugby First XV. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Basketball, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8D

Ayers, Elliott ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 1 ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Year 7 Merit Certificate


French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Most Improved Volleyball, Year 8 Best Team Player Soccer 8C, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Robotics Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Geography 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player 4 Red Badminton, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Sixth XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Leader Concert Band. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition

Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Duke of Edinburgh, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 12 - Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Barden, Oliver ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Coach’s Award Football 8A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, iDesign Quiksilver Enthusiasm Award, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, State Representative - Victorian Schools Rugby Union Under 16, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Rugby, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science -

Semester 2, State Representative - Victorian Schools Rugby Union Under 16, The Connor Dawes ‘Spirit of Rugby’ Award Rugby First XV, Year 11 Best Forward Award Rugby First XV, Captain’s Award Rugby First XV, Full Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Athletics, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Year 12 Best Forward Award Rugby Open, Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours, Honours Being selected to represent the School in an activity at an International level Being selected to represent the School in an activity at a State level. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 Athletics - Shot Put, Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - Shot Put, First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 11 Athletics - Shotput, First XV Rugby, Summer Sport, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Co-Captain of Touch Football, Year 11 Captain of Rugby First XV, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Rowing First VIII, Prefect, Vice Captain of School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Student Council.

Bird, Carl ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English -

Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Games Development Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program. SPORTS: Year 9 9/10B Hockey, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Second XI Hockey. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Combined Senior Production Set - Copacabana, DAV Debating B Grade, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Fourth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Art Committee, Rosstrevor Fundraising Committee Co-Captain, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House CoVice Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Music, Year 8 - Debating, Fundraising Committee, Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - BGS/FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Combined Senior Production Set - Copacabana, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 - Senior Production Backstage Legally Blonde.

Bowyer, Max ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Bowling Award 8B Cricket, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Bowling Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Golden Boot 10C Red - Soccer, Year 11 Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Rising Star Tennis Fourth VIII, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Performance,

Collins, Jackson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Water Polo Year 7, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Best & Fairest Football 8B, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos Communication & Design Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 9A, Year 10 Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1, Most Courageous Player Award Football Third XVIII. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Water Polo, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Water Polo, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Captain of Football 7B, Year 8 Leader Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 7 House Mentor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble.

Harris, Matt ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 10 Full Colours - Cricket, Year 11 Full Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Third XVIII, Year 12 BGS Football Team of the Year, Full Colours - Cricket, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Cricket for three years in a row. SPORTS: Year 9 9A Football, Year 10 10A Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Cricket First XI.

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Jarnestrom, Alfred ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 10 Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Tennis 10A, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10A, Service Colours - Football, Year 11 Best & Fairest Tie - Football First XVIII, BGS Athletics Record, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 APS Representative Team Football, Best & Fairest Football First XVIII, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Tennis, Honours Being selected as an APS representative. SPORTS: Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First VIII Tennis, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 12 First VIII Tennis, First XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Vice Captain Football First XVIII.

Kastrinakis, Samuel ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Achievement Award, Cool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Effort Card,

Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 Assembly Award, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 6 Best Team Player 6B Touch Rugby, Class Award, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Half Service Colours - Football, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Outdoor Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 House Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - St John Ambulance.

Lawlor, Benjamin ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Handball, Class Award, District Representative Golf, Divisional Representative Golf, Mathletics Award, Regional Representative Golf, State Representative Golf, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award 8C1 Tennis, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 10, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate

History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Year 12 Best Team Player Tennis Second VIII, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Chemistry 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 Second VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Debating, Extension Studies, Interschool Chess, Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Interschool Chess, Philosophy, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Monash University Mathematics Extension, Senior School Chess.


Lawlor, David ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 5 Weekly Award, Year 6 District Representative Golf, Divisional Representative Golf, Meliora Prize, Regional Representative Golf, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Second in Year 7, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Science - Semester 2, Dux of Year 8, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The AD Turnbull Prize for Dux of Rosstrevor, The Debating and Public Speaking Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics IPSM (Investigation, ProblemSolving and Modelling) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Best Team Player Tennis 10B, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Top 4%, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Half Colours - Student Council, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Most Improved 10C Red - Soccer, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate

Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Debating, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin 1/2 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chess, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B1 Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII

Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Prefect, Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Maths Olympics, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 Debating, Extension Studies, Interschool Chess, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Interschool Chess, Philosophy, Student Council, Year 10 - Chess, DAV Debating C Grade, Student Council, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge, Senior School Chess, Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, DAV Debating A Grade, Monash University Mathematics Extension, Senior School Chess, Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Murphy, Nathan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Best Team Player 8A Cricket, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 9 Full Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 10 APS Representative Team Cricket, Batting Award Cricket First XI, Best & Fairest Football 10A, Full Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 BGS Football Team of the Year, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos Semester 1, Most Improved Football First XVIII, Year 12 APS Representative Team Cricket, APS Representative Team Football, Batting Award Cricket First XI, BGS Football Team of the Year Captain, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Football, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Cricket for three years in a row,Being selected as an APS representative, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, The McPhee Medal - Best Player - First XI Cricket, Third Place Best & Fairest Football First XVIII, SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Cricket First XI, Year 10 10A Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 12 Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football, OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Co-Vice Captain of Cricket First XI, Year 12 Captain of Cricket First XI, Vice Captain Football First XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Ni, Jacob ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1,

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Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award 8D Tennis, Year 9 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Rising Star Tennis Sixth VIII, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - St John Ambulance. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport European Handball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Sixth VIII Tennis, Sixth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band,

Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Philosophy, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Chess, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chess, Senior Symphony Orchestra, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, DAV Debating A Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chess, Senior Symphony Orchestra, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Batting Award Cricket Second XI, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Cricket. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, First XI Soccer, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Captain of the Junior School, Chapel Server, Year 8 Captain of Cricket 8A, Rosstrevor School Vice Captain, Year 9 Vice Captain Cricket 9A. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Milikapiti Exchange, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Frankston Camp, Year 11 Frankston Camp.

Osborne, Harry ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 ‘Turbo Tongues’ Public Speaking Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Touch Rugby, Effort Card Physical Education, Religious Education Prize, Year 7 Bowling Award, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Pryor Honour Board Cricket 8A, The Caltex Prize for the Vice Captain of Rosstrevor, Year 10 Coach’s Award Soccer 10A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1,

Parsons, Nick ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Y: Year 8 Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 9 Most Improved Soccer 9B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate IT 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate IT 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Software Development 3/4 -

Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Fifth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fourth VIII Tennis, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Parsons, Sasha ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Football 7A, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Full Colours - Chess, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Full Colours - Chess, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - IPSM (Investigation, ProblemSolving and Modelling) Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction


Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Chess, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Chess, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge 3rd Prize, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours Basketball, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Basketball, Full Colours - Chess, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded the Premier’s award for Economics, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Basketball First V, SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Basketball - Open 2, Fifth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First V Basketball, No Sport - No report, OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Rosstrevor Chess Captain, Year 11 Co-Vice Captain of Basketball, Year 12 Captain of Basketball, Captain of Chess, House Co-Vice Captain - Armstrong, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Interschool Chess, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Chess, Year 11 - Chess Kids State Finals, Chess Victoria State Finals, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Monash University Mathematics Extension, Senior School Chess.

Pullen, Fletcher ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Most Improved Player Award 7C1 Tennis, Most Improved Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Coach’s Award 8C1 Tennis, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 9 Most Improved Player Award Tennis 9B, Year 10 Merit Certificate Art - Semester 2, Year 11 Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Merit Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 Fourth VIII Tennis, Second XV Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 11 Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana,.

English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Most Improved Football 8B, Year 9 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 Semester 1, Full Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Coach’s Award Football Third XVIII. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B1 Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Second VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble.

Riddell, Ryan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Class Effort Card, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Music, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Weekly Award, Year 5 Weekly Award, Year 6 Best Team Player European Handball, Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Smith, Josh ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player Water Polo, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Undefeated Medallion Water Polo Year 7, Year 8 APS Swimming and

Diving Medallion 3rd Place 50m Medley Relay Under 15, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Most Improved Swimming Under 15, Victorian All Schools Swimming Championships 2nd Place Backstroke Relay Under 15, Year 10 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 50m Backstroke Relay Under 16, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Runner Intermediate - Cross Country, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Improved Swimming Under 16, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Swimming, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Service Colours - Cross Country, Year 12 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Open 50m Backstroke Relay, Coach’s Award Swimming Open, Full Colours - Swimming, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Cross Country. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Cross Country. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - BGS/FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, Philosophy, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Snowsill, Daniel ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 4 Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Year 8 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Senior Cross Country Squad, OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble.

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Aquila, Daniel ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 ‘Turbo Tongues’ Public Speaking Award, Class Effort Card, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 5 Class Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6B Soccer, Class Award, District Representative Athletics, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8B, Year 11 Most Valuable Player Soccer Second XI. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Athletics, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Milikapiti Exchange , Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

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Aquila, James ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS:: ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Class Effort Card, Year 4 ‘Turbo Tongues’ Public Speaking Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 6 Class Award, District Representative Athletics, Year 8 Golden Boot Soccer 8B. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Athletics, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Milikapiti Exchange , Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player 6B Basketball, Year 11 Most Valuable Player Soccer Fifth XI. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Fifth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Year 10 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Sprints, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Most Improved Cricket 10A, Year 11 Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Best Team Player Tennis Fifth VIII, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport European Handball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10C Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Officer, Year 8 Captain of Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Extension Studies, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - Philosophy.

Braddon, Nick ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Coach’s Award Soccer 7B, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Football 9B, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate

Canta, Dan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 10 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2,

Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 9 Exempt from Winter Sport, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Fourth XI Soccer, Sailing, Year 12 Sailing, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

Carroll, Nic ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Drama, Year 6 Class Award, Mathletics Award, Year 7 Coach’s Award 7C1 Tennis, Year 9 Merit Certificate Woodcraft Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Fifth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fourth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.


Cochran, Ben ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 BGS Football Team of the Year Wing, Coach’s Award 7B2 Football, Year 8 Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 8B, Year 11 Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Second XVIII Football, Summer Sport. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Dekker, Mitchell ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate

Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award 4BL Badminton, Coach’s Award Hockey Second XI, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Coach’s Award Fourth Badminton, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate French 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9/10B Hockey, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Second XI Hockey. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Art Committee. EXTRA CURRICULAR.

ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 11 - Combined Senior Production Set - Copacabana, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Student Wellbeing Committee.

Durkin, Ben ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 8 Batting Award 8A Cricket, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Improved 8A Football, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The Physical Education Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics -

Core - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Encouragement Award Athletics - Distance, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Half Colours - Music, Leadership Award Cricket 10A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Music, Full Premiership Colours Football, Half Colours - Athletics, Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Best & Fairest Football Second XVIII, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History Revolutions 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours Music, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Scholarship

and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Basketball, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 12 Athletics - Sprints, Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain, Year 6 Vice Captain of the Junior School, Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Leader Rosstrevor Concert Band, Rosstrevor School Officer, Vice Captain Football, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Captain of School, Co-Vice Captain of Cricket First XI, Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating, Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Big Band Term 4 2013, Senior Concert Band, Stage Band, Year 9 Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, DAV Debating D Grade, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Big Band 2016, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Council, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, DAV Debating B Grade, Generations in Jazz, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Concert GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Farrow, Simon ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

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Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) Semester 1, Half Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rowing, Half Colours - Debating, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Snow Sports, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Chapel Service, Full Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Snow Sports, Year 8 8B Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Co-Captain

of Snowsport, Co-Vice Captain of Rowing First VIII, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Crowther, Prefect, Senior School Senior Chapel Server, Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating, Extension Studies, Frankston Camp, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server.

7B, Most Improved Tennis 7A, Year 9 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Foundation Semester 2, Year 11 Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Performance, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Soccer, Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Second VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Officer, Year 12 House Captain - Crowther, Senior School Student Council, Vice Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Milikapiti Exchange , Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 11 Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Student Council.

Grose, Sam ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2003 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Soccer, Year 7 Most Improved Player Award Barrie Johns Perpetual Trophy Football

Hanna, Michael ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2003 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: CCool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 5 Man of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 6 Class Award, Year 7 Best & Fairest Soccer 7C, Year 8 Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth XI Soccer, Social Tennis, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4

Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Hynes, Harry ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9B, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Most Improved Football 10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Ben Furzer Memorial Trophy (Team Involvement Award) Football First XVIII, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, Merit


Certificate Economics 3/4 Semester 1, SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Third VIII Tennis, OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Prefect, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Year 8 8B Football, Water Polo, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Water Polo, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Basketball Open 2, Cooper Club Rowing, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First V Basketball, First VII Water Polo. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Debating and Public Speaking Captain, Rosstrevor House Vice Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 12 Vice Captain Basketball. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Debating, Fundraising Committee, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, St John Ambulance, Year 10 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 DAV Debating A Grade.

Jackson, Tyler ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 7, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 9 Most Improved Water Polo Year 9, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Most Improved Water Polo Year 10, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating, Most Valuable Player - Runner Up Basketball Open 2nds, Service Colours - Basketball, Year 12 Full Colours - Basketball, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Water Polo, Year 7C Cricket,

Konoroth, Bryson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: : Year 11 Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Second XVIII, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 10 10A Football, Water Polo, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Summer Sport.

McCormack, Lachlan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: YCrowther AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 5 Best Team Player 5B Volleyball, Man of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 6 Best Team Player 6C Soccer, Best Team Player Badminton, Class Award, Mathletics Award, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Religious Education Prize, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8C, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Rising Star 4BL Badminton, Year 12 Full Colours - St John Ambulance, Full House Colours, Half Colours Performance. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year

10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Sixth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Year 12 Senior School Captain St John. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 10 - St John Ambulance, Year 11 - Frankston Camp, Senior School Fundraising Committee, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Library Committee, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee

Parsons, Mac ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Foundation - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 11 Most Courageous Player Award Football Third XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B2 Football, Athletics, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Third XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Lawn Bowls, Second XVIII Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew Bugsy Malone.

Pym, Xavier ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Assembly Award, Assembly Award, Assembly Award, Year 3 Class Effort Card, First in Class, Specialist Effort Card Drama, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 4 Man of the Week, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Barrie Johns Perpetual Trophy Football 7B, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Lawn Bowls, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Shu, Kotaro ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 9 Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate

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Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Student Council, Year 12 - Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior School Library Committee, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Skocic, Branko ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 7, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Physical Education Prize, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit

Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Pryor Honour Board Soccer Year 8, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Osborne Family Prize for Captain of Rosstrevor, Year 8 Credit Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Service Colours - Soccer, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 APS Representative Team Soccer, Coach’s Award

Soccer First XI, Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Honours Being selected as an APS representative, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 8A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9 9A Soccer, Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Captain of Soccer 7A, Captain of Water Polo, Year 8 Captain of Soccer 8A, Rosstrevor School Captain, Year 9 Captain of Soccer 9A, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Prefect, Vice Captain of Futsal, Vice Captain of School, Vice Captain Soccer First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 10 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp, Student Council, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Skier of the Year Intermediate, Year 10 National Representative Snow Sports, Service Colours - Snow Sports, Year 11 Alpine/ SkierX Trophy Snowsports, Full Premiership Colours Football, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Moguls Trophy Snowsports, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Second XVIII, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Performance, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, National Representative - Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Snow Sports, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Snow Sports, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Snow Sports, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Snow Sports, Third VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Snow Sports, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 11 Co-Captain of Snowsport, Year 12 Captain of Snow Sports. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, School Play Y7/8 - ‘Rock Around the Block’, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast Legally Blonde.

Stewart, James Speirs, Matt ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 Batting Award 8B Cricket, Distinction

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 10 Coach’s Award Football 10A, Year 11 Full Colours - Rowing, Half Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House


Colours. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Rowing Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XVIII Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble.

Tickner, Samuel ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 6 Divisional Representative Cycling, Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 10 Full Colours - Hockey, Year 11 Full Colours - Hockey, Year 12 APS Representative Team Hockey, Full Colours - Hockey, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Chapel Service, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Hockey for 3 years in a row Being selected as an APS representative, Leading Goal Scorer - Hockey First XI, The Brooks’ Family Trophy Hockey Most Goals in the Season. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Soccer, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 First XI Hockey, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 First XI Hockey, Summer Sport, Year 11 First XI Hockey, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First VII Water Polo, First XI Hockey, Fourth VIII Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Fundraising Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

Warren, Zachary ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2003 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Fifth in Year 7, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2,

Fifth in Year 8, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The Religious Education Prize, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9C, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - IPSM (Investigation, Problem-Solving and Modelling) - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Berthe Mouchette French Competition Finalist, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Scholarship

and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 Semester 1, Full Colours - St John Ambulance, Full House Colours, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 Rosstrevor House Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 12 Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Maths Olympics, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 Extension Studies, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - Philosophy, St John Ambulance, Year 10 - St John Ambulance, Year 11 Senior School Fundraising Committee, St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - St John Ambulance, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Whillas, Hamish ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities -

Semester 1, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Bowling Award Cricket 8C, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Credit Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Most Improved Basketball Open 5ths, Rising Star Tennis Fifth VIII, Service Colours - Basketball, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Basketball - Open 2, Fifth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Fourth VIII Tennis, Third V Basketball. OFFICES HELD: Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Basketball Open. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 Student Council, Year 10 - Frankston Camp, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program. GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Acheson, Matthew ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 Class Award, Man of the Week, Year 6 Mathletics Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Programming Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership

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Program, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 School Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - Philosophy, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chess, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C

Cricket, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 10 Frankston Camp, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Monash University Mathematics Extension, Senior School Chess.

Avdoulos, Thomas ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Half Colours - Soccer, Year 11 Full Colours - Soccer, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Soccer, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XI Soccer, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Form Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Burt, Max ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 Most Valuable Player Football, Specialist Effort Card Sport, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Basketball, APS Most Outstanding Player Touch Rugby, Year 7 BGS Football Team of the Year Forward Pocket, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Back Award Rugby Under 14, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Top Try Scorer for Touch Football, Year 9 Best & Fairest Rugby Under 15, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, State Representative Victorian Schools Rugby Union Under 16, Year 10 Full Colours - Touch Football, Half Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Best & Fairest Rugby First XV, Best Back Award Rugby First XV, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Captain’s Award Rugby Open, Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby,


Year 12 First XV Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Vice Captain of Touch Football, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Vice Captain Rugby First XV, Year 12 Captain of Rugby First XV, House Co-Vice Captain Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Senior Music Camp, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Butler, Hugo ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award, Mathletics Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 8 BGS Football Team of the Year Ruck Rover, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 9 Best & Fairest Football 9B, BGS Football Team of the Year, Year 10 Best & Fairest Football 10B, Year 11 Rising Star Cricket Second XI, Year 12 Bowling Award Cricket Second XI, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Monitor, Year

8 Rosstrevor Deputy Senior Chapel Server, Year 7 House Mentor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Year 12 Senior School Chapel Server.

Erb, Sean ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Most Improved Rugby Open. SPORTS: Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Second XV Rugby, Touch Football.

Ewers, Lachlan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Year 7 Ancient China Model Competition Overall Winner, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Improved Touch Football,

Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Rowing First VIII, House Captain Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Hansen, Lachlan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Specialist Effort Card Drama, Year 6 ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Class Award, Mathletics Award. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Basketball - Open 5, Summer Sport, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third V Basketball. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Milikapiti Exchange , Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Hicks, Charlie ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: : Year 7 Coach’s Award Football 7A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U14 50m Freestyle Relay, Best Team Man U14 Swimming, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Politics - Semester 2, Encouragement Award Athletics - Distance, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 ADF Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award, APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Hurdles, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Best & Fairest Football Second XVIII, BGS Football Team of the Year, Coach’s Award Cricket Third XI, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Most Courageous Player Award Football Second XVIII, Year 12 Full Colours Chapel Service, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Victorian All Schools Road Relays Championships U20 - 2nd Place 4x400m Relay. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8 Swimming,

Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - Hurdles, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

Laumets, Max ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Religious Education Prize, Specialist Effort Card Music, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 6 Best Team Player Soccer, District Representative Soccer, Mathletics Award, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Half Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Under 18 State Touch Football Championship - Winners, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Soccer, Full Colours - Touch Football, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 8A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 School Officer, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp,

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Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Lewis, Will ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Interactive Excellence Award, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 9, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Football 9A, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Full Colours - Rowing, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Rowing, Full Premiership Colours Football, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 APS Representative Team Football, Coach’s Award Football First XVIII, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4

- Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours Rowing, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Rowing for three years in a row Being selected as an APS representative. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First VIII Rowing - Cooper Club, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Water Polo, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Captain of Rowing First VIII, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Rowing First VIII, House Vice Captain - Dixon, Prefect, Vice Captain Football First XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - Philosophy, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 Semester 2, Service Colours Cross Country, Year 12 Rising Star Tennis Sixth VIII, Service Colours - Cross Country. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Senior Cross Country Squad, Social Tennis, Year 12 Senior Cross Country Squad, Sixth VIII Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

Rattur, Cadeyrn ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Year 9 Most Improved Player Award Football 9B, Year 12 Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 8B Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

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Li, Kai ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language -

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Year 12 Merit Certificate Art 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Summer Sport, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Senior Cross Country Squad.

Tegoni, Ben ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 Pen Licence, Year 6 District Representative Athletics, Year 7 Most Improved Player Award Soccer 7B, Year 8 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 11 Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Performance. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Athletics, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Athletics - Shot Put, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Fourth XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR


ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange , Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde.

Tongs, Rob ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Effort Card Music, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Effort Card Art, Effort Card Japanese, Effort Card Library, Effort Card Religious Education, Year 5 Best Team Player 5B Cricket, Best Team Player Cross Country, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Badminton, APS Most Outstanding Player Hockey, Class Award, Effort Card Art, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Best & Fairest Hockey 7A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Semester 1 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 7 Ancient China Model Competition Most Creative, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2,

Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Credit Prize, Year 9 ASX Sharemarket Game Certificate of Merit, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Music - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Coach’s Award Year 9/10A Badminton, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half

Colours - Debating, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Japanese 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Coach’s Award First Badminton, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours Music, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Japanese 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 First Badminton, First XI Hockey, Year 12 First Badminton, First XI Hockey. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Year 6 Chapel Server, Leader Wilson House String Orchestra, Music Officer, School Officer, Year 7 Captain of Hockey, Form Captain, Year 8 Co-Captain of Hockey Year 8, Leader Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Middle School Music Captain, Rosstrevor Fundraising Committee Co-Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Senior Chapel Server, Year 7 Mentor for Debating and Public Speaking, Year 10 Vice Captain Hockey 9/10A, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Debating, Leader Corelli String Orchestra, Leader Symphony Orchestra, Prefect, Senior School Assistant Senior Chapel Server, Vice Captain Badminton, Vice Captain Hockey. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 - Corelli Strings, Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Music Tour - Hong Kong/Shanghai, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Chapel Server, Community

Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Corelli Strings, Debating, Extension Studies, Fundraising Committee, Library Committee, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Choral Soiree, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Rostrum Voice of Youth Junior Public Speaking Competition, Senior Music Camp, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production - Cast, Combined Senior Production Cast, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Music Camp, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating B Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Fundraising Committee, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 12 - Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking, Duke of Edinburgh - Gold, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally

Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Warne, Jackson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2003 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Cool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Cool Kid of the Week, Class Effort Card, Class Effort Card, Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 10 Golden Boot Soccer 10A, Year 11 Full Colours - Lawn Bowls, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Lawn Bowls, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Lawn Bowls, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

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Adams, Alex ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Basketball, Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Touch Football Under 13, Victorian Secondary Schools Touch Football Championship U15 Boys Plate Premiers, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Rosstrevor Award / BGS Award, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2,

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Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 10, Distinction Certificate Art Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Service Colours - Football, Year 11 Full Colours - Drama, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Water Polo, Half Colours - Debating, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Performance, Full House Colours, Service Colours Athletics, Service Colours - Football, Service Colours - Rowing, Service Colours Water Polo. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, First XVIII Football, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Monitor, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 Rosstrevor Drama Co-Captain, Rosstrevor

House Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Student Wellbeing Committee Captain, Vice Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Milikapiti Exchange , Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Chapel Server, Debating, Frankston Camp, Music, School Play Y7/8 - ‘Rock Around the Block’, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating, Extension Studies, Frankston Camp, Fundraising Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - BGS/FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production - Cast, Combined Senior Production Cast, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Combined Senior Production Cast Copacabana, DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Barber, James ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player Water Polo, Class Award, Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 ASX Sharemarket Game 3rd

Prize, Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Best Team Player Tennis Third VIII, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Best Team Player Tennis Third VIII, Coach’s Award Hockey Second XI, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 Second XI Hockey, Third VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Vice Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Library Committee, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating B Grade, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server.

Benton, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative Cycling, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Englsih - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods


Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Soccer, Year 9 Exempt from Winter Sport, Summer Sport, Year 11 Summer Sport, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Year 7 House Mentor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade.

Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Coach’s Award Soccer Fourth XI, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Literature 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fourth XI Soccer, Social Tennis, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Capp, Robert

Burnside, Marcus ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Most Improved 7C2 Tennis, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Merit Certificate Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9C, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History -

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Encouragement Award Athletics - Distance, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 APS

Athletics Encouragement Award - Distance, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Half Colours Athletics, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Most Improved Football 10B, Year 11 Full Colours - Rowing, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Service Colours - Athletics, Year 12 Full Colours Athletics, Full Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Victorian All Schools Road Relays Championships U20 - 2nd Place 4x400m Relay. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Athletics, Year 9 9A Soccer, Athletics - Distance, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 10A Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, Cooper Club Rowing, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Athletics Middle Distance, Cooper Club Rowing, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Debating, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Philosophy, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

Donald, Oscar ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 3 Sports Prize, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Year 5 State Representative - Touch Football, Year 6 Assembly Award, Year 7 Best Team Player Touch

Football Under 13, BGS Football Team of the Year Utility Defender, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Half Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9B, State Representative - Touch Football, Under 18 State Touch Football Championship - Winners, Year 10 BGS Player of the U15 State Championship Touch Football, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Year 9/10B Badminton - Blue, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Touch Football, Service Colours - Chess, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Touch Football for three years in a row, State Representative - Touch Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B2 Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8B Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9 9B Football, Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Second XVIII Football, Touch Football, Year 12 Second XVIII Football, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Year 7 House Mentor, Year 7 Mentor for Debating and Public Speaking, Year 11 Vice Captain of Touch Football, Year 12 Co-Captain of Touch Football First VI, House Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - House Poetry

Competition Finalist, Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Maths Olympics, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Philosophy, Year 11 - Chess Kids State Finals, Chess Victoria State Finals, DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess.

Downs, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Third in Year 7, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Fourth in Year 8, Merit Certificate Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - IPSM (Investigation, Problem-Solving and Modelling) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Chinese (Second Language) 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese (Second

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Language) 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Soccer, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer, Touch Football, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, First XI Soccer, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Extension Studies, Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - Duke of Edinburgh, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Fundraising Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Exempt from Winter Sport, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Summer Sport, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Fundraising Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - Philosophy, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chapel Server.

Du, Wilson

Feng, William

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Weekly Award, Year 6 Assembly Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 11 Australian

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Improved, Year 8 iDesign Creativity Award, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art -

Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, First XV Rugby, Second XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Big Band Term 4 2013, Senior Concert Band, Stage Band, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Generations in Jazz,

Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Big Band, Senior Big Band 2016, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Generations in Jazz, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 12 - Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

Foy, Lachlan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 5 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Badminton, Best Team Player European Handball, Class Award, Mathletics Award, Year 7 Best & Fairest Year 7 Volleyball, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 Best & Fairest Volleyball, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Most Improved Hockey Year 8, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 10, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods


Stream) - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 11 Coach’s Award Hockey Second XI, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Rising Star 1st Badminton, Year 12 Best & Fairest First Badminton, Full Colours - Badminton, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Badminton for three years in a row, Most Valuable Player Hockey Second XI. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 First Badminton, Year 10 Hockey, Year 11 First Badminton, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 First Badminton, Second XI Hockey. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 Form Captain, Year 12 Captain of Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Gianna, Christopher ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Specialist Effort Card Drama, Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English -

Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Most Improved Tennis 10B, Year 11 Merit Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Debating, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

Johnson, Tim ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 The Fraser Cairns Cup Hockey Most Improved Rosstrevor 7A, Year 8 iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, The Baylis Perpetual Trophy Hockey Year 10 Best and Fairest Hockey 10A, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Hockey. SPORTS: Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing,

Second XI Hockey, Year 12 First XI Hockey, Sixth VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Art Committee, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Debating, Frankston Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - Cello Choir, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 10 - Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Duke of Edinburgh, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Cello Choir, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Cello Choir, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

XVIII Football, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band

Kenny, Charlie ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Basketball, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 7 Best & Fairest 7B2 Football, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 11 Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7B2 Football, Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Football, Water Polo, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third

Kenny, Tommy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Mathletics Award, Year 7 BGS Football Team of the Year Rover, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Batting Award Cricket 9B, Year 11 Coach’s Award Cricket Third XI, Half GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos Colours - Athletics, Year 12 Full House Colours, Most Courageous Player Award Football Second XVIII, Service Colours - Athletics. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B1 Football, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Water Polo, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Water Polo, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, Cricket Third XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Athletics - Middle Distance, Fifth VIII Tennis, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Monitor, Year 8 Form Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Milikapiti Exchange , Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Mason, Jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Football 8A, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate

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Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 Semester 1, Half Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Coach’s Award Basketball First V, Full Colours - Basketball, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First V Basketball. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Form Captain, Year 12 House Vice Captain Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, School Play Y7/8 - ‘Rock Around the Block’, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - Philosophy.

Mennie, Nicholas

Micari, Joseph

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Best Team Player Soccer 8A, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8A, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player 10C Red - Soccer, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Soccer Second XI, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Vice Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 11 - Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Credit Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 10 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester

1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Programming Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10B, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Best & Fairest Football Third XVIII, BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Coach’s Award Cricket Second XI, Coach’s Award Football Second XVIII, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Service Colours - Cricket. SPORTS: Year 7 7B2 Football, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of Cricket Second XI, House Co-Vice Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Debating, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.


Moir, Henry ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Touch Rugby, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card, Year 7 Top Try Scorer for Touch Football Touch Football Under 13, Year 8 Best Team Player Touch Football, Most Improved Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Best Back Award Rugby Under 15, Full Colours - Touch Football, State Representative - Touch Football, Under 18 State Touch Football Championship - Winners, Year 10 Best Back Award Rugby Under 16, Full Colours - Touch Football, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Most Valuable Player Touch Football, State Representative - Touch Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Touch Football for three years in a row, Most Valuable Player Touch Football First VI, State Representative - Touch Football, The Shipham Trophy for Best and Fairest Year 9 Hockey. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 First XV Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 School Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Touch Football, Year 11 Captain of Touch Football First VI, Year 12 Co-Captain of Touch Football First VI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year

4 Strings, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Big Band Term 4 2013, Senior Concert Band, Stage Band, Year 9 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

Ou, Julian ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Second in Class, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Music, Specialist Effort Card Orchestra, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 District Representative Tennis, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Specialist Effort Card Orchestra, Year 7 Best Team Player Tennis 7A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving

Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Pryor Honour Board Most Valuable Player Tennis 8A, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9A, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Music - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Friends of Music Achievement Prize, Year 10 Associate Diploma in Music, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, Half Colours - Student Council, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Service Colours - Music, The Friends of Music Achievement Prize, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Certificate of Achievement Drama, Full Colours - Tennis, Half Colours - Debating, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Music 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Tennis, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded the

Premier’s award Achieving a perfect study score of 50 in Music Receiving Full Colours in Tennis for three years in a row. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 First VIII Tennis, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 11 First VIII Tennis, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 First VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Leader Wilson House String Orchestra, Music Officer, Year 8 Co-Captain of Tennis 8A, Leader Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Co-Vice Captain of Tennis, Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Music, Co-Vice Captain of Tennis First VIII, Leader Cello Ensemble, Leader Stage Band, Prefect, Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 - Cello Choir, Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Music, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Music Tour - Hong Kong/Shanghai, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Cello Choir, Corelli Strings, Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Cello Choir, Choral Soiree, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating D Grade, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Philosophy, Rostrum Voice of Youth Junior Public Speaking Competition, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 1, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Student

Council, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Council, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Cello Choir, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating B Grade, Intermediate Stage Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 12 - Cello Choir, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Generations in Jazz, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

Roberts, Nicholas ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 2 Cool Kid of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 4 Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 5 Class Award, Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Orchestra, Year 9 Most Valuable Player Tennis 9A, Year 10 Best Team Player Tennis 10A, Half Service Colours Music, Most Improved Hockey Year 10, Year 11 Rising Star Tennis Third VIII, Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Half Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9/10B Hockey, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 Second XI Hockey, Third VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Whiteley, Samuel ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: : Year 3 Wilson House Award, Year 4 Class Award, Class Effort Card. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport European Handball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year

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8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Fourth XI Soccer, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Sixth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Wright-Smith, Ned ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Team Player Volleyball, iDesign Innovation Award / People’s Choice Award, Merit Certificate Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate Music 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Music 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Full Colours - Drama, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Colours - Debating, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Drama 3/4 Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Performance, Full House Colours, Honours Representing Brighton Grammar School at an elite level in Music, Lions Club Youth of the Year, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9/10B Hockey, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 Year

10 Hockey, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Year 12 No Sport - No report. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Leader Borwick House Choir, Music Officer, Year 8 Captain of Volleyball Year 8, Rosstrevor Music Captain, Year 7 Mentor for Debating and Public Speaking, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Music, Debating Mentor, Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Music Tour - Hong Kong/ Shanghai, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Debating, Fundraising Committee, Intermediate Big Band, Library Committee, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Stage Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, BGS/FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, Choral Soiree, DAV Debating D Grade, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, St John Ambulance, String Spectacular, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Combined Senior Production - Cast, Combined Senior Production Cast, DAV Debating C Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 9-12 Choir, Year

11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Cast Copacabana, DAV Debating B Grade, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 12 - Choral

Alesi, Steven ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Effort Card Library, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 10 Most Improved Tennis 10D, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Drama, Full Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Debating, Half Colours - Music, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Performance, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Honours Representing Brighton Grammar School at

Scholars, DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee.

an elite level in the Performing Arts. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XV Rugby, Year 12 First XV Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Captain of Drama, Leader of the Choir, Vice Captain of Music. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 - Music, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Music Tour - Hong Kong/Shanghai, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra,


Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 9 - BGS/FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, Choral Soiree, DAV Debating D Grade, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Student Council, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Combined Senior Production - Cast, Combined Senior Production Cast, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Cast Copacabana, DAV Debating B Grade, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 12 - Choral Scholars, DAV Debating A Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Gold, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Best Team Player Cricket 8B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Improved Rugby Under 15, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Batting Award Cricket 10C, Best & Fairest Rubgy Under 16, Distinction Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, First XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Vice Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - Philosophy, Senior Concert Band.

Ashman, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Bowling Award 7 Blue Cricket 7B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate

Beaumont, Hugh ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012

HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Foundation - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Foundation - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Sixth XI Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 12 Badminton, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 11 Combined Senior Production Set - Copacabana.

Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Basketball, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Fourth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XVIII Football, Third VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Athletics, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 12 Captain of Athletics. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Carlson, Jack Campigli, Finn ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Athlete, District Representative Cross Country and Athletics, Divisional Representative Cross Country and Athletics, Regional Representative Cross Country, Year 7 Batting Award, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 7A, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 9 Coach’s Award Cricket 9A, Year 10 Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Athletics, Service Colours - Football, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 3rd Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 12 Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Football, Full House Colours, Victorian All Schools Road Relays Championships U20 - 2nd Place 4x400m Relay. SPORTS: Year 6 APS

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Second in Class, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 4 Class Effort Card, First in Class, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Drama, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Hockey, Class Award, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Pryor Honour Board Yr 8 Hockey Best and Fairest, The Willcock Shield

Hockey Year 8 Best and Fairest, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Full Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Tennis 10D, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Full Colours - Hockey, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Art 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Hockey, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Hockey for three years in a row, Merit Certificate History Revolutions 3/4 - Semester 1, Rising Star Tennis Fourth VIII, The Coach’s Trophy for Outstanding Contribution to Hockey. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Athletics, Hockey, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 First XI Hockey, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 First XI Hockey, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 First XI Hockey, Fourth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First XI Hockey, Fourth VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Co-Captain of Hockey Year 8, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 12 Captain of Hockey First XI, House Co-Vice Captain - Rofe, Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, St John Ambulance, Year 10 - Chapel Server, St John Ambulance, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

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Farrell, Liam ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 9 Coach’s Award Football 9A, Encouragement Award Athletics - Shot Put, Year 10 Service Colours - Football, Year 11 Full Premiership Colours Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, Athletics Shot Put, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Long/Triple Jump, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Water Polo, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 12 Cricket Third XI, First XVIII Football.

Being awarded Full Colours in Soccer for three years in a row and Being selected as an APS representative, Most Valuable Player Soccer First XI. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Touch Football, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of Futsal, Captain of Soccer First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Fry, Charles

Faulds, Sandy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Soccer 7A, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Best & Fairest Soccer 8A, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Full Colours - Soccer, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Full Colours - Soccer, Year 11 Full Colours - Soccer, Year 12 APS Representative Team Soccer - Vice Captain, Full Colours Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Golden Boot Soccer First XI, Honours

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: : Year 7 Golden Boot Soccer 7A, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Golden Boot Soccer 8A, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Full Colours - Soccer, Most Improved Player Award Soccer First XI, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Most Valuable Player Soccer First XI, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Soccer, Most Valuable Player Cricket Third XI, Year 12 APS Representative Team Soccer, Full Colours - Soccer, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Soccer for three years in a row, Service Colours Cricket. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 First XI Soccer, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XI Soccer,

Year 12 Cricket First XI, First XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Vice Captain Soccer First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Furey, Callum ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Soccer 7B, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 7 Ancient China Model Competition Most Historically Accurate, Year 8 Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8B, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 11 BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 2, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours

- Chapel Service, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Second VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Co-Vice Captain - Rofe, Prefect, Senior School Thurifer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Duke of Edinburgh, Frankston Camp, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Senior School Fundraising Committee, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

Hamilton, Micky ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate IT Games Development Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, Most Improved Soccer 10C, Year 12 Coach’s Award Soccer Fifth XI. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Year 12 Sixth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music,

Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Hughes, Mitchell ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 BGS Football Team of the Year Half-Forward, Distinction Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Jaopanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Coach’s Award Athletics, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Shot Put, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Improved Tennis 10A, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half


Colours - Debating, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics - Shot Put, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics - Shot Put, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Athletics - Shot Put, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics Shot Put, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Athletics - Shotput, Second VIII Tennis, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Athletics - Throws, Second VIII Tennis, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Debating and Public Speaking Captain, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Music, Year 8 - Debating, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Intermediate Big Band, Interschool Chess, Year 10 DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating C Grade.

Hurd, Mitchell ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 iDesign Finalist, Year 11 Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Full Colours - Rowing, Half Colours - Rugby, The Connor Dawes ‘Spirit of Rugby’ Award First XV, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Performance, Half Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football,

Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Vice Captain Rugby First XV. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 11 Combined Senior Production Cast - Copacabana, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Student Wellbeing Committee.

Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 12 House Captain - Rofe. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

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Larkworthy, Samuel Inglis, Paddy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 11 Full Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours Football, SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football,

- Frankston Camp, Year 11 Frankston Camp.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Service Colours - Football, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Batting Award Cricket Second XI, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Form Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Music, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 Frankston Camp, Year 10

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4

- Semester 1, Rising Star 2nd Badminton, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Full Colours - Badminton, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 Semester 1, Service Colours Cross Country. SPORTS: Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 12 First Badminton, Senior Cross Country Squad. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of Cross Country. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 7 - Music, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Petch, Henry ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Rofe AWARDS: Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 3 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Weekly Award, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Orchestra, Weekly Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 Coach’s Award Intermediate GRAMMARIAN 2017

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OFFICIAL Photos - Cross Country, Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Cross Country, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Cross Country. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Senior Cross Country Squad, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Senior Cross Country Squad. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 10 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

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Summerfield, Jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Tennis 7A, Distinction Certificate Englsih Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9A, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester

2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Most Improved Tennis First VIII, Year 11 1977 Prefects Cup for Sportsmanship Tennis First VIII, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, Half Colours Athletics, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 3rd Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 12 1977 Prefects Cup for Sportsmanship, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Tennis, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Tennis for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Victorian All Schools Road Relays Championships U20 - 2nd Place 4x400m Relay. SPORTS: Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Football,

Athletics - Distance, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - Sprints, First VIII Tennis, Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, First VIII Tennis, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Athletics - Middle Distance, First VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 Co-Captain of Tennis 8A, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Co-Vice Captain of Tennis, Year 12 Captain of Tennis First VIII, Vice Captain Athletics, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Wilson, Julian ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 1st Place 50m Backstroke/1st Place 50m Freestyle/3rd Place 50m

Freestyle Relay Under 14, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 50m Butterfly Under 13, Best Swimmer Under 14, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 8, Half Colours - Swimming, Harold McDonald Shield for the Most Outstanding Swimmer, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 9 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay Under 15, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 50m Butterfly/3rd Place 100m Freestyle Under 15, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 4 x 50m Butterfly Relay Under 16, Best Swimmer Under 15, Half Colours - Swimming, Victorian All Schools Swimming Championships 2nd Place Backstroke Relay Under 15, Year 10 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 50m Backstroke/3rd Place 50m Butterfly/3rd Place 4 x 50m Backstroke Relay Under 16, Best Swimmer Under 16, Harold McDonald Shield for the Most Outstanding Swimmer, Year 11 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 100m Freestyle Under 17, Best Swimmer Under 17, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours - Water Polo, Geoff Cleaver Trophy for the Team Man Swimming, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 APS Swimming and Diving


Medallion 1st Place 100m Freestyle/2nd Place 200m Freestyle/2nd Place 200m Individual Medley Open, Best Swimmer Open, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours - Water Polo, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Swimming for three years in a row Placing 1st in the 100m APS freestyle final Placing 2nd in the APS relay, SPORTS: Year 7 7 Hockey, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Hockey, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 First VII Water Polo, No Sport - No report, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Co-Captain of Rosstrevor Swimming, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Swimming. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Fundraising Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Xu, Karl ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 11 Rising Star 4Red Badminton, Year 12 Golden Boot Soccer Fifth XI, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 11 Fifth XI Soccer, Fourth Badminton Red, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Third XI Soccer.

Zeng, Charles ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 5 Weekly Award, Year 6 Effort Card ESL, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as a Second Language - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as a Second Language Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as a Second Language Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Credit Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Maths

Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Japanese 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Sixth XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Zheng, Jimmy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 9 Merit Certificate IT Robotics Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 9 9/10B Hockey, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Social Tennis, Year 12 Badminton, Second XV Rugby.

Bladen, Max ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Year 5 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Year 6 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Coach’s Award Hockey 7A, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 8 Coach’s Award 8D Tennis, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Robotics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Most Improved Hockey 9/10A, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2

- Semester 1, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, The President’s Trophy Hockey Second XI Best and Fairest, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7 Hockey, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Social Tennis, Year 12 First XI Hockey, Sailing. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor Art Committee, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Chess Club, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Fundraising Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 10 - Private Tuition Music, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Combined Senior Production Backstage GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 11 Summer Sport, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 No Sport - No report, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess.

Touch Football, Year 12 First XVIII Football, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Guitar Ensemble, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Bradshaw-Maslen, Sam ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 10 Courage Cup Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Year 12 Best Back Award Rugby Open, Best Team Player Touch Football First VI, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 First XV Rugby, Touch Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Carus, Nicholas ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 11 Coach’s Award Soccer Third XI, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further

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Connell, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 12 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Service Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby.

Gray, Mac ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Touch Football, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Second XVIII Football,

Haddon, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Pen Licence, Year 6 Effort Card Concert Band, Mathletics Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours Water Polo, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Full Colours - Water Polo, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English -

Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Improved Water Polo First VII, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Water Polo, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Honours Full Colours in Water Polo for three years in a row, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Snow Sports, Year 7 7B1 Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 9 First VII Water Polo, Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First VII Water Polo, Rugby Under 16, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Leader Wilson House Concert Band, Music Officer, School Officer, Year 8 Leader Rosstrevor Concert Band, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Captain - School, Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year

11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp, Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

James, Lewis ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Best Back Award Rugby Under 13, Year 11 Full Colours Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Coach’s Award Rugby Open, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 First XV Rugby, Touch Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew Bugsy Malone.

Kosenda, Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese -


Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Core - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Basketball, Year 12 Full Colours - Basketball. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Basketball - Open 2, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 First V Basketball, Fourth VIII Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Lyu, Jimmy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 11 Senior Cross Country Squad, Social Tennis, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Senior Cross Country Squad.

Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Rosstrevor House Vice Captain, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 9 - St John Ambulance, Year 10 - Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 11 - Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

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Mahan, Jackson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 13, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Year 8 iDesign Sustainability Award, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Year 9 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 10 Best Forward Award Rubgy Under 16, Captain’s Award Rubgy Under 16, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Best & Fairest Rugby Open, Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10A Rowing -

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 10 Half Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Coach’s Award Hockey First XI, Full Colours - Hockey, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Hockey, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7 Hockey, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 Hockey, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9/10A Hockey, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Hockey, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XI Hockey, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, First XI Hockey. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 7 Cello Choir, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Cello Choir, Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Debating, Fundraising Committee, Library Committee, Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony

Orchestra, Year 9 - Cello Choir, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 10 - Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Cello Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

Paynter, Will ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2003 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 5 Weekly Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Basketball, District Representative Athletics, Weekly Award, Year 7 Best & Fairest Water Polo Year 7, Best Swimmer Under 13, Year 8 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 50m Breaststroke / 3rd Place 4x50m Freestyle Relay Under 14, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 4x50m Freestyle Relay Under 15, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 4x50m Butterfly Relay Under 16, Best & Fairest Water Polo Year 9, Full Colours - Water Polo, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 4x50m Backstroke Relay Under 16, Full Colours - Water Polo, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 11 Coach’s Award Swimming Under 17, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours - Water Polo, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 APS Representative Team Water Polo - Captain, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours Water Polo, Full House Colours, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Water Polo for three years in a row Being selected

as an APS representative. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, First VII Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Second XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 First VII Water Polo, First XVIII Football, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Rosstrevor Swimming, Co-Captain of Water Polo, Year 11 Co-Captain of Water Polo First VII, Year 12 Captain of Water Polo, House CoVice Captain - School, Vice Captain Swimming. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - BGS/FGS Activity, Year 4 Buddies, Year 4 Strings, Year 5 - Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange , Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, School Play Y7/8 ‘Rock Around the Block’, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Platt, Oliver ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest 7B1 Football, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate GRAMMARIAN 2017

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Roynic, William ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: School AWARDS: Year 8 Golden Boot Soccer 8C, Year 12 Half Colours Chapel Service. SPORTS: Year 7 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 8C Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9 Red Soccer, Year 9C Cricket, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Blue Soccer, Year 10C Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Fourth XI Soccer, Year 12 Summer Sport, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Community Service: Senior Citizens iPad Sessions, Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chapel Server, Year 12 Senior School Chapel Server.

Sitzoukis, Paris ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Computational

and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Top 3%, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Golden Boot Soccer Fifth XI, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge 2nd Prize, Service Colours - Chess, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership. SPORTS: Year 7 7B2 Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Fifth XI Soccer, Fourth Badminton Blue, Year 12 Badminton, Third XI Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, DAV Debating D Grade, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Chess, DAV Debating C Grade, Senior Concert Band, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 11 - Senior School Chess, University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition, Year 12 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess.

Stevenson, Angus ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 1 ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Year 12 Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B1 Football, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10C Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Summer Sport, Third XVIII Football, Year 12 Summer Sport, Third/Fourth XVIII Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Year 4 Buddies, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

12 Full Colours - Basketball. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9 Blue Soccer, Year 9C Tennis, Year 10 10C Red Soccer, Year 10D Blue Tennis, Year 11 Basketball - Open 2, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 First V Basketball, Fourth VIII Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

Tzimas, Andrew ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: School AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8B, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second XI Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 12 First XI Soccer, Futsal. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Takahashi, Matthew ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Year 7 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Year 11 Service Colours - Basketball, Year

Van Heemstede Obelt, Dane ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: School AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Year 7 Coach’s Award Swimming, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester


1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Coach’s Award Year 8 Water Polo, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U16 4 x 50m Backstroke Relay, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours Water Polo, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Year 12 Coach’s Award Basketball Third V, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours Water Polo, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Basketball - Open 5, First VII Water Polo, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 First VII Water Polo, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor,

Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Year 7 House Mentor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Debating, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 Frankston Camp.

Wang, Michael ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Coach’s Award, Distinction Certificate English as a Second Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as a Second Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, The English as a Second Language Prize, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Year 9 ASX Sharemarket Game 3rd Prize, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - IPSM (Investigation, Problem-Solving and Modelling) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Music - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Best Team Player Tennis 10D, Distinction Certificate Maths Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Maths

Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Music - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Debating, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 10D Red Tennis, Year 11 Social Tennis, Year 12 Fifth VIII Tennis, Senior Cross Country Squad. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of International Students, Debating Mentor, House Co-Vice Captain - School, Leader Big Band, Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 9 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, BGS/ FGS Yr 9/10 Play - On Our Selection, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Interschool Chess, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, DAV Debating C Grade, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Big Band 2016,

Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11/2016 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Orchestra & Band, DAV Debating B Grade, Generations in Jazz, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Monash University Mathematics Extension, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Williams, Sebastian ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, District Representative Cross Country and Athletics, Divisional Representative Cross Country and Athletics, Most Outstanding Athlete, Regional Representative Cross Country and Athletics, Sports Prize, State Representative Cross Country, Year 7

Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Year 8 Best & Fairest Football 8A, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Pryor Honour Board Football, Year 9 Merit Certificate Mathematics Core - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9A, Year 10 APS Athletics 3rd Place 110m Hurdles Under 17, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 APS Representative Team Football, BGS Athletics Record, Full Premiership Colours Football, Third Place Best & Fairest Football First XVIII, Year 12 APS Representative Team Football, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Football, Full House Colours, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Football, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football First XVIII. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Distance, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Distance, Snow Sports, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Athletics - Hurdles, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Athletics - Sprints, First XVIII Football, Lawn Bowls. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Football 8A, Co-Captain of Athletics, Rosstrevor House Captain, Rosstrevor School Officer, Year 12 Captain of Football First XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

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L I C N U O C D N A STAFF

GOVERNORS OF THE BRIGHTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ASSOCIATION D.G.T. Cameron G.A. Thomson, F.R.E.I., F.A.P.I. I.D. Paroissien, B.Com. SCHOOL COUNCIL Chairman of Council P.D.J. Ickeringill, LL.B. (Hons.),

B.Comm. (Hons.), F.C.A., F.C.P.A., A.S.I.A.

Deputy Chairman M. McGrath, MBA (Queens University

Canada), B.A. (Brock University Canada)

Honorary Treasurer J.A. Tongs, MBA, B.Bus, FCA, FCPA, MAICD

Members of Council A. Banfield, MA (Mod. History) (Oxford) P. Court, B.A. (LaTrobe) (until 26/4/17) S. Dimer, B.Comm (Melb) (from 26/4/17) N. Edwards, B.Eco (Hons), FIPAA, FAICD J. Hey, B.Comm, Grad. Cert. (Mgmt), GAICD

N. Horton, A.M., B.A. Dip. Ed., F.A.C.E., F.A.C.E.L.

Rev’d Canon J Joustra, B.A., Cert. Woven Textiles, M.Arts (Fine Arts)

S. Paynter, Lic. Estate Agent 26/4/17)

(until

M. Reid, B.Eco (Mon) P. Scott, B.Comm., ACA, ACIS Council Secretary M. Arceri, B. Bus. (Accounting), MBA,

CPA

ACADEMIC STAFF Headmaster R. P. Featherston, B.A.,Dip.Ed., M.Ed. (Melb)

SENIOR SCHOOL Head of Senior School Dr R.F. Swann, BA, Dip Ed, MEd (Melb) Deputy Head of Senior School D.J. Liddle, B.A., Dip.Ed., B.Ed., Grad. Cert.M.M.E (Melb.) M.A.C.E

Director of Studies D.S. Belluz, B.Sci. Physics, P.Grad.Dip. (Secondary) (UWS)

Director of Program & Activities (Years 7-VCE) / Head of VCE Biology/Head of Year 9 Science D. Cannizzaro, B. Sci, B.Ed.

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Head of Hancock House/Head of Year 12 Psychology M. Adem, B.Sci. (Hons), B.Teach (Hons),

Head of Economics/ Financial Literacy/Business Management S. Bryant, Assoc.DegL, B.Bus., Grad.

Head of Rofe House G.M. Harris, B.Sc., Dip.Ed. (Mon.)

Head of Geography K.L. Malouf, B.A., Dip.Ed. (Melb)

Head of School House A. Keane, P.Grad.Cert.Ed. (Secondary

Head of History S.T. Miles, B.A. (A.N.U.), Dip.Ed. (Canb.),

(Human Movement), (VU)

M.Psych (Bus)

Head of Legal Studies/ Commerce/Accounting N. Kostraby, B.A. (Eco), Grad. Dip.Sec

Dip.Ed.

Mathematics), B.Eng.

Dip.Ed.Psych. (Mon.)

Head of VCE Programs/Head of Year 11 Psychology A Atchison, B. App Sc. (Human Mvt)-

Secondary), B.Bus (Sports Mgt)

Psychology/Sport, Dip.Ed. (Secondary) PE/ Psychology

Head of Politics & International Studies I. Giles, B.A., B.Ed.

Director of Student Wellbeing K. Rogers, Dip Ed (Primary), BA (Psych),

Daily Organiser S.J. Kessler, B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Bus. (HRD

Head of Creative & Performing Arts Faculty/ Head of Woodwork Design & Technology M.W. Green, Dip.T.T. (S.C.V. Hawth.)

Director of Operations (Years 7-VCE)/ Head of Sea Change P. Shepard, M.Ed, B.Teach (Primary/

Bed (Counselling), MA (Clinical Psych)

(Deakin), Grad.Dip.Ed., Dip.Bus. (PA)

Director of Music/ Head of Music Curriculum J. Ransome, M. Mus St. (Melb.), B.Ed.

Careers Counsellor Dr. S. Keele, B.A.(Melb), Postgrad

(Sec.)

Director of Staff Development M. Dowley, B. Ed. (Phys. Ed.), M. Ed. Policy Intl, PostGrad. Cert. Ed. Research

Dip Psych.(Melb)., D Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist

Head of Learning Strategies D. Brown, M. Ed. (Special Ed, Research),

B. Ed., Postgrad Dip Bible Studies

Director of Sport L. Stewart, B.App.Sc.(Human Mvt),

International Student Liaison Officer M.M. Lynch, OAM, T.I.T.C., Dip. TESOL

Director of Rowing R. Bartlett, B.AppSc., B.Ed.

Head of Psychological Services/School Psychologist O.A. Tims, BB Sc., Grad, Dip. Ed. Psych.

Postgrad B.Teach (Primary &Secondary)

Senior Chaplain/Head of Religious Education The Revd. A Poole, B.Theo., Assoc.Dip.

(Mon.), M.A.P.S., Registered Psychologist

Head of Armstrong House K. Rose, B.Ed. M.Bioethics, Grad.Dip.

D. Wolff, B.A., Psych.Soc.Sci. (Hons),

Head of Crowther House/Head of History (Yrs 9-VCE) M.A. Sainsbery, B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed.,

Head of Humanities Faculty L. M. Carroll, Dip Ed (Sec), Monash,

App.Sc. (Maths), Dip.Ed.

IP.Law

M.A. (Mon.)

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Head of Dixon House/ Curriculum Leaders Elective PE B.M. White, Dip.Ed. (Melb.), B.App.Sci.

School Psychologists N. Tham, M. Psych. (Clinical),

B. Beh. Sci (Hons Pysch), Registered Psychologist M.Psych., M.Human Nutrition, Registered Psychologist

B.Comm (Accounting), ICA

Head of VCD M.L. Wardell, B.Ed.(Visual Arts), (Melb.) Head of Art S. J. Emmett, B.Visual Arts, Dip. Ed. (Secondary) (Mon.)

Head of Drama Curriculum/ Head of School Productions M. S. Collins, B.Teach (Primary/Sec), B.A, Dip Dramatic Art

MUSIC STAFF J. Ransome, M. Mus St. (Melb.), B.Ed. (Sec.)

K Abell, BA (Mus Ind), Grad Cert

Vis & Perf Arts, Grad Dip Ed (Sec), PostgradDipEd(MusEd), MACE

J. Furtado, B.Ed.(Perth), Cert.ll Mus. Th. A.D.B. Kerr, B.Mus., Dip.Ed. (Melb.) I. Mouskovias, Assoc. Dip. Perform.

(Distinct), Lic.Dip.Acc., Assoc.Teach.Dip

M. Nguyen, M.Music (Music Perf), B.Mus. (Hons) (Melb), B.Mus.(Melb) J. Schweitzer, B.Mus.(Perf.)


A.C. Sofo, B.Mus.(Hons.) (VCA), Grad. Dip. Mus., Dip. Teach. (Primary)

F. Walker, B.A./B.Mus. (HonsPerf), M.Teach

A. Watson, B.Ed. (Sec), Music School Administrator VISITING MUSIC STAFF T. Ashley, Dip.Arts/Music (VCA), Grad.

Dip. Drama in Ed. (Melb.)

S. Baldwin, B.Mus. (Hons) J. G. Beere, B.Mus (Hons) M. Garrod, B.Mus. (Hons), Dip.Ed (Sec.

Head of Mathematics Faculty A. Barr, B.E. (Hons.), B.Sc., Grad. Dip. A.,

B. Duckham, H.D.E. Secondary (Edgewood College)

Head of VCE Mathematics M. McLellan, B. Sci. (Mathematics),

Ed. (Term 2)

Grad .Dip. Ed. (Melb.)

B.Ed. (Secondary) (Deakin), B. Sci./Eng. (Mon.)

Head of Mathematics (Years 9 – 10) S. Shane, B. Sci., B.Ed. (Sec)

T Duggan, B.A. (Sports Mgt) (Hons), Dip. K. Dunsby, B. Soc. Sci.(Psych), Dip.Ed.

(Secondary)

J. Hilditch, Dip. Outdoor Rec. J. Hollingsworth, B. Sci., B. Ed. A. Janson, B. Sci., Dip. Ed., M. Ed. (Info

& Comm Tech)

Head of PE, Health, RE & Wellbeing Faculty P. E. Whitehead, B.A. (Hons.), PGCE

A. Ladas, B.Eng. (Civil) (Hons), Grad.

J.E. Geddes, M.Mus.St. (Melb.), B.Mus

J. Gerstman, D.Ed. (VU) (Term 2)

H. Hardy, B.Mus. (Hons), Grad.Dip.Arts A. Hurst, B.Mus. (Hons) N. Juriansz, B.Mus. (Violin), Dip.Lang

Head of Science Faculty/ Head of VCE Chemistry P.L. Sanders, M.Teach (Secondary)

(Melb.), B. Science (Melb.)

N. Lloyd, B. Eco. K.R. May, B. Sci., Grad Dip Educ. (Sec) J. Moore, B. App. Sci. T. Morehouse, B Human Sci., M. Teach.

(Secondary)

I. Manins, B.Mus. (Hons), B.Mus., M.Mus.

Head of VCE Physics G.P. McPhee, B.Eng., Dip .Ed. (S.C.V.

D.P. Nixon, B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed. N. O’Malley, B.A., Grad.Dip.Outdoor Ed. P. Pidduck, Dip. Ed., BA (Hons) Eng. &

Music)

(VCA) Terms 1 & 2

(Melb) Perf.

E. Newham, B.Mus. T. Oskolkov, Dip.Ed., B.Mus. (Perf.)

Violin)

E. Rae, B.Mus./BVA, B.Mus. (Hons) K. Ray, Dip.Music D. Rich, B.Mus., M.Mus. H. Ridgway, B.Mus., Grad.Dip.Music &

Dance,

L. Schulze, B.A.(Mus.) (Hons.), Dip.Ed.,

B.Mus.Perf.

C. Smith, B.Mus. (Perf) (Hons) C. Steventon, B.Mus. (Hons.), (VCA), M.Mus. (Melb.)

N. Tsiavos, Double Bass/Bass Guitar J. Todorov, B.Mus. W. Van der Vis, B. Mus. (Conducting), Dip. Sec. Teach., B.Sci. (Hons)

N. Xu, M.Mus.Perf., Grad.Dip.Music, B.Comm/B.A. (Melb)

(Cardiff)

Hawth.), Grad.Dip. Entrep. Stud. (S.I.T.), Grad.Dip. Sports Sc. (Deakin)

Head of Languages Faculty/ Head of French K. Costé, BA (Hons. Applied Modern

A. Wilkes, B. Chem. Eng., MBA (Dist),

Adelaide), B. Sci.

Head of Japanese H. Hunt, B. S .Soc. (S.C.U), Dip.Ed. (Melb) Head of Latin J. H. Croft, B.A., Dip. Ed. (Melb) Head of English as a Second Language J. Ellis, B.A., Dip.Ed. (Mon.)

Teacher Librarians P. Donnelly, M.Ed., PGCE L. Tabone, B.A.Dip.Ed. (Secondary),

A.L.S. Beguin, Grad. Dip. (Secondary)

E. Paterson, MAppSc. (Lib. Info Mgt)

(S.C.V. Rusden)

(Mon.))

S. Braun, B. Teach., B. Sci. (Psych/ Biochem)

A. Burton, Coordinator of Student

Wellbeing (SS) M. Ed. (Leadership, Policy & Change), Grad Dip Ed., B. Social Sci.

G. K.Csaszar, B.Sc. (Melb), Grad.Dip.A.

(Hons), Researcher

Researcher A. Robinson, B.Pysch. (Hons), BA

(Psych)

MIDDLE SCHOOL Head of Middle School J. C. Martin, Grad.Dip.Ed. (Sec) – Music, M.Music Perf., B.Music Perf.

Deputy Head of Middle School T. Hopgood, B.Ed., M.Ed. Head of House/Coordinator of Student Wellbeing (MS) P.B. Furey, M. Psych., B.Ed. (Melb.), B. App. Sc (R.M.I.T.), Grad. Dip. Adol. & Ch.Psych. (Melb.), M.A.P.S.

Head of House R. Dempsey, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Melb) (Term 1)

K. V. White, M.Teach (Melb), Dip.

Ed(Secondary) (Melb), B.Bus&Psych. (Terms 2-4)

Dip.Ed.

CROWTHER CENTRE FOR INNOVATION AND LEARNING

Head of House S.A. Davies, B.Ed

Director Dr. R. Swann, BA, Dip Ed, MEd (Melb)

Librarian L. Murphy, B.A.(Lib/Cor.Info.Mgt), Dip.

W. Yan, B.Advert., M.Bus., M.Acctg., Grad.

Director of Staff Development M Dowley, B. Ed. (Phys. Ed.), M. Ed.

(Hons)

Head of e-Learning/Head of ICT C. Taylor, B.App.Sc. (I.T.), Dip.Ed. (Sec)

PA to the Head of Senior School/Director of Crowther Centre K. Casey, B. Comm (Dist), B. Laws

Head of House/Head of Sport & Activities/Young Old Boys Program Coordinator T. P. Marshall, B.Ed, B.A (Hist),

M. Teach.

D Gemmell, B.A (Outdoor Ed & Admin /

ACADEMIC STAFF A. Austin, B.Sci., M.Ed. (Mon.), Dip.Ed.

Dip IKM.

Grad Dip Teach and Learn.

Policy Intl, PostGrad. Cert. Ed. Research

Head of Library P.E. Roberts, B.A., B.Lit. (Hons.), Grad.

Librarians K. Thomas, B.A.(Hons), Dip.Ed., Grad.

B. Swann, B.A. (Psych Hons) N.D. Dip Ac.,

Head of Outdoor Education C. Barry, B.Arts (Outdoor Ed), Grad Dip Christian Ministry), MSc (Outdoor Ed), Dip. Outdoor Rec.

Grad. Cert. (TESOL), M Ed. (TL)

L. Piva, B. Ed. R.B. Shaw, B. App. Sci. (Physical

Head of Chinese H.N. Ting, B.A. (Hons.) (Chinese), (U.

Head of English Faculty/Head of VCE English and Literature K. Molloy, M.Ed. (Melb), Grad.Dip.Ed,

Dip.Ed. (Melb.), MLIS

Rel. Lit.

Languages) (Thames Valley University), PGCE Modern Languages, Cert.Ed. (Goldsmiths University London)

(Secondary) (Term 1)

Head of English (Years 9-10) H. Bunting, B.A., Dip. Ed. (Secondary)

Dip.Curric

Education), MBA (Sports Management)

B. Zavros, B.Mus.(Hons), M.Mus

B.Laws, B.A.

Dip.Ed.

D. M. Lancashire, B.A. Dip.Ed., Grad.

Projects/Operations C. Taylor, B.App.Sc. (I.T.), Dip.Ed. (Sec)

Head of Data Services T. Athipar, B.Eng.(Electrical & Electronic) Instructional Coach C.A. Marshall, P. Grad. Cert.Ed, B. Sci. (Hons.)

Coordinator Academic Records and Reporting & Statistics C. Smith, B.Sci (Hons) .Net/SQL Developers L . Nguyen-Lim, M.IT, B.IT P. Deshmukh R. Dixit, B.Comp.Sci., M.Comp App. Associate Researcher Dr. S. Keele, B.A.(Melb), Postgrad Dip

MSportMgt, M.A.C.E

Lib/Info Servs.

Head of English/Head of eLearning P. Stewart, B.Ed. (Sec.) Head of Mathematics K. V. White, M.Teach (Melb), Dip.

Ed(Secondary) (Melb), B.Bus&Psych.

Head of Humanities C. G. Machar, B.Teach (Primary/Sec), B.Arts

Head of Creative Art, Design & Technology J. Watson, BA, Dip. Teach. (Secondary) (University of Auckland)

Head of Science C. Jansen, B.Teach., B.Sci. Head of LOTE (MS) L. Chen, Post Grad. Dip.Ed. (Secondary)

Psych.(Melb)., D Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist

(Melb), Grad.Dip.Teach

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OFFICIAL Photos ACADEMIC STAFF R. Bailey, B.Sci. (Hons) Zoology, PGCE Sec. Biol &

Science

R. Barnett, B.A., Grad.Dip.Ed. T. Bracken, M. Teach. (Secondary) (Hons) (Melb.), B.

Sci. (Terms 1 & 2)

L. Chen, Post Grad .Dip.Ed. (Secondary) N. Clark, B. Exercise Science, Dip.Ed. (Sec.) D.C. Cook, B.Ed. S.A. Davies, B.Ed

A. Gillioz, B.Sci. Ed., M.Sci. Ed. (Terms 1 & 2) R. Hanley, B.A. (Hist., Ancient Hist.), Grad.Dip.Ed. B. Lentini, B. Design (Vis. Comm) Hons, Dip. Ed (Visual

Arts)

S. Lewis, B. Visual Arts, B. Teach. C.J. McIntosh, B.Ed., Grad. Dip. Ed., TPTC, TSTC A. Mewett, B.A.(Ed) S. Nagayama, B.A. (Eng. Lit.), Dip. Teach. (Second Lang.), Grad.Dip. Ed. (Lang.Teach.)

J. Taillandier, B.A. (French & Italian) (Melb), Grad.Dip.

Ed. (French & TESOL)

F. Walker, B.A./B.Mus. (HonsPerf), M.Teach R. Waterman, B.Sci. (Hons) Zoology, PGCE Sec. School

Ed. (Science)

K. Watts, BA (Hons) Eng. Post Grad Cert Ed., Post Grad Cert TESOL

N. Weymouth, B. Fine Arts (Hons.), M.Ed. JUNIOR SCHOOL Deputy Headmaster/Head of Wilson House (Junior School)/ Director of Admissions P. Tellefson, M.Ed., Grad. Dip. (Religious Ed), Dip. Prim.

Teach (ACU)

Deputy Head (Junior School) D.W. Bryan, B.Ed. Dip.Teach. (V.C.) Junior School Chaplain The Rev’d C.S. Lord, B.A., Dip. Theo. HDE Director of Teaching & Learning (Junior School) J.C. Davies, B.Ed. (Primary) Director of Early Learning Centre A.J. Barrow, M.Ed. (Melb.), B. Ecs., Post Grad. Dip.

Special Ed.

Assistant Director of ELC K.F. Pitt, Dip.Ed., B.Ed. Early Childhood Ed. Lower Primary Coordinator S. Madden, B. Ed. (Primary), Post Grad. Cert. Curriculum

Leadership

Middle Primary Coordinator M. Stephens, B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Ed. Upper Primary Coordinator P.V. Gurry, B. Ed (ACU) Prep – Year 8 Literacy Coach R.E. Plozza, B.Ed. (Primary)

e-Learning Coordinator P.F. Anthony, B.Ed.(Mon.), Dip. T. (Ch .I.T. Frankston),

J. Taylor, Grad Dip Ed (Primary), M. Edu. Psych., Grad. Dip. Psych, BA App Sci (Psych)

Learning Support Coordinator D.A.W. Eggleston, B.Ed. (Primary) (Melb.)

T.P.A.A.

Head of Choral (ELC – VCE)/Wilson House Music Coordinator J. Furtado, B.Ed.(Perth), Cert.ll Mus. Th. Sports Coordinator (Junior School) B. Ryan, B.Ed. (Primary) Student Wellbeing Coordinator M. V. Le Couteur, Dip.Teach., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Student Wellbeing)

Coaching Cluster Coordinators L. Fensling, B. Teach (Primary) Hons., B. Finance H. Leahy, B.Ed C.C. van Dijk, H. Dip. Ed., (SA) J.C.E. ACADEMIC STAFF E. Beaton, B. Ed. (Primary) University of Sydney H. Blakiston, B.Mus./B. Teach. (Melb) C. Box, B.Bus., ACA, Grad.Dip.Ed. C. Clarke, B.Ed. (Hons.), Early Childhood Ed., MA

S.J. Thompson, B.Sc.(Phys.Ed.), (Mid. Tenn. State), R. Thornton, Cert.Edu. Support S. Turek, B.A., B.Ed. (Queens University Canada) D.A. Turner, Dip. T., Grad. Dip. O .Ed. (Mon.), Grad .Dip. Ed. Admin. (Melb.)

N.J. Wildschut, B. Teach. (Prim.), B. Nursing ADMINISTRATION STAFF Director of Business and Support Services M. Arceri, B. Bus. (Accounting), MBA, CPA Director of Human Resources M. Martin, B.Soc.Sci., M.Org.Psych. Director of Marketing & Communications N.J. van Wetering, B.Ed. (Vic College) Director of Advancement J. M. Phillips, Dip. Teach., Grad. Dip. Ed. Tech., M.Ed. (Mon.)

Director of ICT S. Maher, Adv Dip. Info Systems, Interwoven Certified

(Education)

Engineer

L. Chen, Post Grad .Dip.Ed. (Secondary) M.A. Coyne R. Dyer S. Ellich, Cert. III Childrens’ Services V. Fisher, B. Ed. (Primary) (Hons) (Melb) A.J. Foulds, B.Ed., Dip.Ed W.A. Gibney, Dip.Teach. Grad. O. Ed. (Mon) M. Gibbs, B. Ed. (Early Childhood Teaching) L. Hall, Grad. Dip. Ed (Primary), B.A., Dip. Ed. (Secondary)

Property and Compliance Manager K. L. Price, B.Eng. (Hons.), B.A., M.B.M. (Mon.)

(Mon.)

F. A. Jones, Dip. Teach (Early Childhood) (Melb) J.A. Kenny, B.E.C.S. (Melb) S.J. Kuring, B. Teach (Primary), B AppSc (Hum.Mvt.) (Melb.)

S.R. Lewis, Dip. T., Grad. Dip. Sports Sci. S. Lonsdale, Dip. Children. Services (Early Learning Edu

& Care)

J.N. Lowe, M.Sp.Ed. A. Main, B.Ed. M. Manaras, Dip. Children. Services C.A. Marks, B.Ed. (V.C.) J.T. Medlyn, Dip. T. (Ballarat), B.Ed. (Mon) J. Petley B.E. Rahn, B.Ed., Dip. Teach. C.L. Rossiter, M.Ed. (TESOL) Y. Sainsbery, B.A. (N.V.Z.C.), Dip.Ed. (Mon.) J. Stenniken, M. Teach (Primary), B. Bus. S.P. Straford, B.Ed., Grad. Dip. Children.. Servs., Cert IV TESOL

P. Strain, M. Teach (ACU)

Manager Finance and Administration N. Baker, B.Comm., CA Alumni & Community Manager K. Birrell, B. Comm (Marketing, Intl Business, HR) School Marshal J Bain STAFF D. Ariantono, JS Maintenance Officer L. Bullock, PA to Deputy Headmaster/Head of Junior School/Director of Admissions

J. M. Carolan, PhD, B.A. (Melb.), M.Arts (Melb.), Grad

Dip. Lib & Info, Resources Archivist

K. Casey, B. Comm (Dist), B. Laws (Hons), PA to the Head of Senior School/Director of Crowther Centre R. Cavalôt, B.A.(Hons), Communications Manager T. Clayton, PA to Director of Program & Activities &

Director of Operations

M. Coulton, SS Maintenance Officer R. Czekajlo, MS Maintenance Officer R. Darling, Admissions Coordinator M. Darkin, PA to Director of Advancement/Development

Office Administrator

N. Dodanwella, Grad Dip Edit. & Publish., B.A/ B. Urban Design, Editorial Coordinator/Proofreader

R. Donnan, Adv. Dip Design, Sen. Graphic Designer J. Ellwood, Middle School Receptionist/Administration Assistant

M. Fisher, Executive Assistant to Headmaster S. Forsyth, M. Bus (Indust.Rel./ HR Mgt, Human

Resources Manager

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A R O I L E M R U M A U SEQ P E E K LET US G N I U S R ON PU S G N I H T BETTER R. Ghanem, B.Acctg (Hons), B, Bus.(HR Mgt) (Dist) B. Hayes, Sports graduate (Terms 1 & 2) G. Hayes, Senior School Receptionist S. Henderson, Dip.Occ.H&S, RN, Div.2, Student Health Officer

N. Hill, B.A. (Hons), PA to the Director of Studies (7-12),

VCE Administrative Coordinator, until 1/5/17

F.M.P. Kerr, Payroll & Financial Accounts Coordinator A. Le, Digital Marketing & Social Media Coordinator A Lee, PhD (Chem. Eng.), Laboratory Technician L. Li, Accounts Officer

D. M. Lord, Admissions Assistant – International Students/Junior School Receptionist

T.L. Smith, OSTJ, Dip. OH & S, First Aid Officer/

L. McGeachin, PA to Head of Middle School/Middle

A.N. Thorn, Halls Manager P.D. Toms, BA, B.Ed., Cert. Ed. (ATTI), Bequests Manager C. H. Tze, B. Bio. Med. Sci. (Hons.), Laboratory

School Receptionist

D. W. McKelvie, Maintenance Manager A.S. Mitchell, High Performance Rowing Coach J.P. Nurton, M.Sci., Laboratory Manager J. Parsons, Receptionist R.L. Pemberton, B.Ed., Dip.Teach.,Grad.Dip.Ed.,

Archives Assistant

S. Sher, Receptionist

Coordinator of St John Ambulance

Technician

J. Wang, Accounts Officer S. Wagner, Dip. Child Serv, M Acctg, PY ICA, B. Bus, Community Education Manager

A. Waldron, B. Law & Bus. (HR Mgt), Adv. Dip. Bus., Administrative Assistant

G. Williams, Receptionist GRAMMARIAN 2017

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STAFF S L L E W E R FA ber 2017

As at 1 Decem

Andrew Barr Head of Mathematics (Years 7–12) 2006-2017 Tyla Bracken Teacher – Middle School 2014-2017 Dan Brown Head of Learning Strategies 2017 Allen Burton Teacher - Senior School 2017 Deanne Cannizzaro Director of Programs and Activities (7-12), Head of VCE Biology 2011-2017 Myles Collins Drama Teacher, Head of Drama Curriculum 2015-2017

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John Croft Head of Latin (Years 7-12) 2013-2017

Rick Pemberton Teacher – Junior School 1975-2017

Ian Giles Head of Politics & International Studies (Years 9-12) 2013-2017

Jamie Ransome Director of Music, Head of Music Curriculum Years 7-12 2013-2017

Aude Gillioz French Teacher – Middle School 2016-2017

Nina Sofo Music Teacher – Junior School 2011-2017

Jeremy Martin Head of Middle School 2015-2017

Paul Stewart Head of Middle School English, eLearning coordinator MS 2016-2017

Gary McPhee Head of Physics (Years 7-12) 1985-2017 Loc Nguyen-Lim .Net/SQL Developer 2016-2017

Natalie van Wetering Director of Marketing & Communications 2002-2017 Kate Watts Teacher – Middle School 2017


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