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AS ONE – P. 2 –

LEADERS’ PERSPECTIVES – P. 10 –

TEACHING AND LEARNING – P. 24 –

PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES – P. 66 –

CULTURAL TRIPS – P. 106 – BGS GRAMMARIAN 2018

EDITOR IN CHIEF

Nicci Dodanwela

CONTRIBUTORS

Michele Fisher BGS Staff

ART DIRECTION & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ross Donnan, Hayley Kringas

ILLUSTRATION

João Neves www.instagram. com/nevesman/


PASTORAL CARE – P. 120 –

SPORT – P. 148 –

YEAR BY YEAR – P. 194 –

BGS COMMUNITY – P. 234 –

BGS AND CREATIVITY – P. 244 –

OFFICIAL PHOTOS – P. 268 –

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Penny Crocker, Asia Pacific Offset

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHY

Dr Andrew Lee Photography

SchoolPix Photography BGS Boys and staff


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’ E N O S A ‘ At the beginning of each year, our Year 12 students come together to discuss the legacy they would like to leave for the School once their time here has ended. The 2018 cohort chose the theme ‘As One’, partly to symbolise the coming together of the Middle and Senior Schools as a single Secondary School, and partly to serve as a reminder that, by supporting one another, they could achieve their goal of ‘coming to school better men today than the men we were yesterday’.

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8 1 0 2 F O S E S P GLIM MAY The combined Firbank and BGS Senior School production of Chicago is a sensation!

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The Year 12 cohort leaves for the ‘Big Fella’ camp and returns with their theme for the year, ‘As One’.

Musicians from Years 7 to 12 join with Firbank Grammar for a tour of China, performing in schools and attracting a crowd at this shopping centre.

FEBRUARY A packed crowd of BGS parents is entertained by Sir Graham Henry, former teacher and coach of the 2011 World Cup winning All Blacks team.

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MARCH After more than 20 years, the House Choral Competition returns with fervour! Stars of stage and screen Lisa McCune and Rob Mills judge Rofe House the winner for their version of Hallelujah.


JUNE On a wintry evening, the newly installed lights on the Mitchell Oval are switched on for the first time as the BGS soccer teams took on their rivals.

JULY The U16 and U18 BGS Cricket teams tour the UK, playing on grounds and meeting teams from all over the country.

AUGUST The Senior Concert Band receives a Gold Award at the Victorian School Music Festival.

SEPTEMBER BGS and the Crowther Centre host a coaching workshop with world-renowned educator Dr Jim Knight. Teachers from across the country give up their term break to further their commitment to improving student outcomes.

OCTOBER The iDesign competition delivers some outstanding ideas, including a sensory and relaxation mindfulness pod, and edible insects! As a result of the program, BGS is named an Innovative School 2018 by The Educator.

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E M A F F O HALL On Wednesday 14 November the BGS Hall of Fame Gala Dinner went off in spectacular style. Held every three years, it is an important occasion that provides our School community with an opportunity to honour and celebrate the extraordinary achievements of our Old Boys and the contributions they have made to society. This year, 18 Old Boys were inducted into the Hall of Fame, five as Young Achievers. To hear the stories of these remarkable men was inspiring for all in attendance. From architects to sportsmen, from journalists to entrepreneurs, their

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paths are diverse, but all are truly successful. Shared sentiments of the inductees included: take every opportunity; try your hardest; question everything; do good in the world. Keep an eye out for the next Meliora Sequamur, which will feature profiles on all the inductees. Other highlights of the night included School Captain Brad Marais’ outstanding address about who inspires him, and Jonty Leadbeater’s memorable performance of a BGS version of I vow to thee, my country. Soon the Hall of Fame Gallery, located at the St Andrews Street entrance to the Secondary School,

GALA DINNER will be expanded to include our new inductees. Their stories will no doubt further inspire current and future generations of BGS boys. The night was a fine celebration of the life and traditions of the School. And wonderfully, above all accomplishments, it was friendship that rose to the fore as the most memorable and sustaining legacy of an education at Brighton Grammar. Meliora Sequamur.


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s y o B g n i d n a t s r Unde First launched in 2016, Understanding Boys is now operated by the Crowther Centre at BGS. The blog enables us to share our boy-centric knowledge, research and expertise with the wider community. In 2018, we have shared posts covering a range of topics, including mindfulness, learnerfriendly homes, story circles, tips for teens, emotional role models and many more. Tom Harkin (of Tomorrow Man) also filmed a series of videos on positive masculinity that was shared with our subscribers. We thank all our contributors for taking the time out of their already busy schedules to share their insights. We also thank the Marketing and Communications team at BGS for their tireless efforts editing and uploading our content. If you’re not already a UB

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devotee, we would love your support – visit www.understandingboys.com.au or follow us on Facebook. Looking forward to 2019, we are embarking on an exciting new project to produce a podcast. We believe that boyhood is a precious time in a man’s life, but so often in today’s contemporary world, we see and hear much about what is not great about being a boy or a man. Our podcast will address this gap. With an emphasis on positive masculinity, the podcast will bring together a collection of stories from inspirational leaders answering the question: If you had one thing you could tell a 14-year-old boy, and he’d listen, what would that be? Engaging our boys through the power of authentic stories is just one way in which we hope to build positive relationships, an open dialogue and meaningful family connections.


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Chief Operating Officer

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R E T S A M D A E H THE The end of the academic year affords an opportunity for reflection upon what has been, by any measure, an exceptionally good year for Brighton Grammar School. Much has been achieved in 2018 – we have enjoyed record enrolments, strong VCE and NAPLAN results, and introduced a Secondary School (Years 7 to 12) structure and reviewed our academic uniform – both to reflect our ‘As One’ theme. We opened the new Annandale gym and sports pavilion, which provides state-of-the-art facilities for the boys and the BGS community. The School was also recognised as a leader in equipping students with future-ready skills, with our iDesign program receiving The Educator’s Innovative Schools Award for 2018. The senior boys have led the student body exceptionally well this year, delivering powerful cultural leadership as evidenced by the ‘As One’ theme and BGS Creed. This sense of community ensures that each boy is ‘known’ and feels that he belongs. Within this culture of community across the whole School, we are in a position to deliver the best education to all the boys. The School-wide Effective Learner Model approach to teaching and learning is having a significant impact on the academic component of the boys’ development. Teachers, students and parents have all continued to implement our model in classrooms and homes, with a particular focus on being ready to learn. Thank you all for playing your part. We consolidated our wellbeing programs as BGS boys develop an understanding and appreciation of positive masculinity. Through

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these programs, we aim to break down the traditional notions of masculinity to help our boys develop into good men. This was supported by the launch of our Years 9/10 B2M (Boys to Men) program, taking in the Great South West Journey, Rites of Passage, Human Centred Design Thinking, the Cape York experience, Tomorrow Man, Connor’s Run, Artist in Residence @ Berendale School and River Journeys. We ran Crowther Centre parent workshops on teaching and learning, and heard from high-calibre speakers, including former All Blacks coach Sir Graham Henry, who spoke to staff and boys about leadership and building a high-performance culture. We also hosted information nights on our approach to mindfulness. Once again, the Year 6 and Year 9 boys and staff stayed and worked with the Indigenous community at Pormpuraaw on the western side of the Cape York Peninsula in Queensland. Together with our 10-year relationship with Milikapiti on the Tiwi Islands and our partnership with the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS), this connection is part of our commitment to extending our awareness and understanding of Indigenous Australia, and advancing reconciliation. Further highlights are contained in these pages. Thanks to the boys, staff, parents and the wider BGS community for your efforts this year, and for your ongoing support.

Ross Featherston Headmaster


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L O O H C S Y R A D SECON The newly formed Secondary School has come together in many ways this year under the exemplary leadership of School Captain Brad Marais and his Vice-Captains, Ethan O’Brien and Nick Phillips. Their clear message was: What cannot be achieved alone, may be achieved ‘As One’. The School leaders also challenged every student to start each day as a better man than he was the day before. These messages were incorporated into a number of pieces of new artwork displayed around the St Andrews and Rosstrevor ends of the School and were at the heart of every initiative in the Secondary School this year. So many of this year’s events highlighted the benefits of coming together as a Secondary School, with several new formal and informal opportunities for our younger students to interact with the senior students, deepening their sense of belonging to the BGS community. One of 2018’s early highlights was the inter-house Choral competition, a lively musical occasion that encouraged participation by all and was a wonderful display of House spirit. The inaugural Secondary School Speech Night closed the year with a fantastic celebration of 2018 and the boys’ academic achievements. The night featured a number of speakers including recently inducted Hall of Famer David Shepherd and 2017

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School Captain Ben Durkin. There were also musical items including a specially arranged medley from the senior production of Chicago and a performance from our Intermediate Concert Band. The strengths and interests of the boys at BGS are certainly diverse and it has been fantastic to see them achieving in so many different arenas this year: academic, sporting, musical, the arts, and design and innovation. It has also been wonderful to see our Community Service program start to develop, with a number of boys across all year levels who are passionate about giving back to their community encouraging others to do the same.

2018 has been quite a year of transition for the Secondary School, and also for me in my first year at BGS. I would like to congratulate the boys for both their achievements this year, and also for the way in which they have embraced the changes in the School. I would also like to sincerely thank all of the boys, staff, parents and the entire School community for making me feel so welcomed and supported in my first year at BGS.

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L O O H C S R O I JUN The number of opportunities for interaction across the school is one of the great beauties of life at Brighton Grammar. The fact that we are a single-campus school with relatively small numbers means that boys in different year levels have many chances to enjoy each other’s company and learn from one another. And it’s clear that these activities are highlights of the year for the big boys, the small boys and all those in between. This year, the sense of connectedness across the School has been stronger than ever. In part, this has been due to our School Captain, Brad Marais. He translated the Year 12 students’ theme ‘As One’ into practice by taking every opportunity to get to know the younger boys and demonstrate true leadership. This included sharing his favourite book (Tintin) with the Year 3s as part of our Book Honouring project. When all three Junior School Relay teams won gold in the 4 x 100m at the School Sport Victoria Track and Field Championships in October, I knew why. The teams were all spurred on by the Year 7 and 8 assistant coaches who had been at their training sessions in the lead-up, providing guidance and encouragement. And these Year 7s and 8s were there again on championship day to congratulate the younger boys.

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Each Junior School Outdoor Education experience this year has been attended by Year 11 students taking part in the Outdoor Education Leadership Program.

Year 7, their mentors will help to guide them along their way, reassuring them in anxious moments, encouraging them in their successes, and above all building trust and having fun.

The Junior and Secondary Schools have been brought even closer together by the Year 10/Year 5 Mentoring Program. A group of Year 10 mentors met their Year 5 buddies near the end of 2018, and these boys will get to know one another very well over the next 18 months. As the younger boys head into their final year in the Junior School, and then transition into

Five years ago, we introduced a wellbeing program across the whole School from ELC to VCE. With activities such as mindfulness, the ‘still cloud’ and Circle Time built into the daily schedule, we are now seeing real engagement from the boys. It’s clear that they recognise (whether subconsciously or not) the benefits of slowing down and being quiet for


Cripps qualified for the School Sport Australia National Athletics Championships. Hugo Richey and Harrison Gibbins competed in the State Cross Country Championships, and Harry Charlton, Alex Rekusz, Max Mailing, Toby Jones, Angus Beaton, Christian Field, Archer Hallinan, Hudson Hallinan and Jake Ring took part in the Australian Interschools Snowsports Championships. Cade Segar was selected for Team Vic for Soccer, and Harry George, Thomas Louw and Tom Hollway represented Victoria in Touch Football. Via our curriculum, we have continued to implement explicit structured tools to promote literacy and numeracy. These tools enable the boys to track their progress and areas for future learning, giving them greater control and increasing their confidence. We are proud that we continue to strive for best practice to support the engagement, learning outcomes and achievements of our boys.

regular periods – and as a result, the whole atmosphere of the Junior School has changed. I haven’t had many complaints from staff about this new, slightly calmer mood! It has been a year of excellence in the Junior School, particularly in mathematics and sport. James Tan (Year 6) was awarded a High Distinction in both the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) Maths and Australian Maths Trust test papers. He also achieved a perfect score in the Australasian Maths Problem Solving Olympiads. Thomas Dunne (Year 5)

also won an ICAS Maths Medal with a score of 98% and has been invited to the awards ceremony for the second consecutive year. Sixteen Junior School boys (Ed Hutchison, Jody Cripps, Sebastian Naccarella, Jake Ring, Luca New, Harvey O’Sullivan, Harrison Gibbins, Seb Khan, Edward Mitrevski, Will Rattray, Kyle Roos, Harry George, Elden Zeng, Lenny Hofmann, Cade Segar and Jerry Zheng) competed in the School Sport Victoria State Primary Track and Field Championships, including the 4 x 100m relay teams mentioned. Jody

Finally, the refurbishment of the Junior School that commenced in 2017 has continued this year, with the Junior School Reception, Middle Primary, Drama and Specialist Classroom spaces all now complete. In 2019, we will embark on an exciting extension to the GBR Hall to enhance the Music program and to provide an adventure learning space to support our Physical Education programs. We’ve had a great year! Thank you to all members of the Junior School community for your involvement in so many activities and for trusting us with the education of your sons.

Peter Tellefson Deputy Headmaster, Head of Junior School

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R E H T CROW The Crowther Centre is the engine that drives Brighton Grammar. It helps generate information, connect parents, teachers and boys to the best available research, as well as to inform practice, measure and monitor the School’s activities. Essentially, the Crowther Centre is tasked with building the ‘BGS Way’. It’s main areas of foci are to: • improve teaching, learning and wellbeing to ensure the boys are prepared for the world • develop leadership and culture building for the boys to promote a sense of inclusion • use and apply research and relationships to maximise our ability to make better choices for the School. 2018 has been a key year with a lot of exciting developments. Here are some of the key highlights of the year:

The Effective Learner model This year, we continued to implement the Effective Learner model. Across all campuses, we ran training for staff, and engaged with parents and boys to embed the evidence-informed model. Our model is based on the very best research into improving studentlearning outcomes.

Parent workshops The Crowther Centre ran a suite of parent workshops throughout the

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year, covering topics such as: Effective Learner Model – Creating a LearnerFriendly Home; Effective Learner Model – Building Deeper Routines; Engaging Adolescents; Teens and Technology; and PROSPER for Parents.

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Student leadership is arguably one of the most beneficial experiences our boys can have while at school. Not only do they gain invaluable skills that last a lifetime, it also gives them a unique position to think big, exert their voice, act from a position of influence and make a difference. Success in leadership requires more than motivation; the boys must also harness group talents, work smart and communicate well.

In 2017, Orygen published the landmark report Keeping It Real: Reimagining mental health care for all young men. The report outlined gaps and missed opportunities regarding young Australian men’s mental health. It also identified areas for future policy development, with the aim of improving and better targeting mental health and wellbeing services for young men in Australia. Brighton Grammar has now partnered with Orygen and we’re working together to support the development of healthy beliefs related to masculinity, mental health and wellbeing in BGS boys and the wider community. This year, we have completed a systematic review of programs globally that are working to help boys and young men. From this, we will identify the features we can adapt and apply at Brighton Grammar, with the view to develop a new positive masculinity framework.

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

This year, Christian Machar, Head of Student Leadership (Years 7–12), has been working with the student leadership team on three focus areas based on evidence-informed research: student leadership structure, development programs and student voice. The team has worked on identifying strengths, unpacking what it means to be a leader, and projects that create positive cultural change. Ultimately, a strong student voice has the potential to transform BGS.


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One of Crowther’s key strategic objectives is to make strong links with experts. In 2012, Geoff Masters AO, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, developed a National Agenda for the improvement of schools titled The National School Improvement Agenda. In it, he highlighted the need for schools to enhance learning outcomes and to build school knowledge capacity. This year, we hosted award-winning international instructional coaching expert Dr Jim Knight to run an Australian-first Coaching Institute at BGS. The boys benefit from having teachers who are also learners, developing and improving their practice as well as seeking more information from the boys to improve. Director of Staff Development, Mark Dowley, has played a key role in the coaching and development of our teaching staff and has done an excellent job.

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at the University of Melbourne for her three-month sabbatical. Dianne worked closely with the boys to develop a new approach to mindfulness through biofeedback and gamification. We hope to implement this co-design piece to improve mental health in the School next year.

Dr Ray Swann Deputy Headmaster, Head of the Crowther Centre (ELC–VCE) GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Building projects The focus on refreshing and developing our Junior School campus continued in 2018, with building works stepping up. The Lower Primary Classrooms, Design Tech and Teacher Resources spaces located in the ground floor of the Junior School building were fully renovated over the summer break and ready for the boys in Prep to Year 2 to commence classes in 2018. The project was a continuation of refurbishment activity in the Junior School Campus in 2015 with the creation of the STEM Centre. In Term 4, refurbishment commenced in the Years 3–4 classrooms located in the upper level of the Junior School building. This refurbishment will deliver six new classroom teaching spaces and a purpose-built drama studio for all Junior School boys to enjoy. We thank the Junior School Parents’ Group for so generously contributing funds to assist with the drama room fit-out. A new plan is being finalised to redevelop the GBR Hall and swimming pool on the Junior School campus. These exciting designs will transform the GBR Hall into a three-storey building with new music facilities and some functional play spaces for the boys from ELC to Year 6; the pool will be upgraded to a modern facility to serve all BGS aquatics requirements. A significant amount of work went into renewing the School’s Masterplan

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in 2018. It was exciting to finalise the document in September and further communication in relation to this is expected in the early part of 2019. The Secondary School campus received a huge infrastructure boost with the completion of the Annandale Pavilion. After some early delays, the new Annandale Pavilion opened for business in July 2018, providing improved teaching and change facilities, and an adaptable function space. In addition to improved teaching and change facilities at the gym, BGS community members can book into early-morning and lateafternoon fitness classes. Support from our community members has helped to enable the students to sign up for a range of fitness classes outside

of school hours. We eagerly anticipate the official opening of the building in the early part of 2019.

Information and communications technology, and data As we increase our reliance on the technology layers that make our lives seemingly easier, the importance of progressive and stable ICT systems has never been more evident. I’m pleased to report that our ICT systems and use of data analytics have continued to improve and expand in 2018. Equipped with new storage and processing capacity to take the School into the future, a full wireless upgrade has taken place. The rollout of the new network has supported the growing


demand on connections from devices and bandwidth required by those devices. A key element of the project was to support the boys on their learning journeys by providing highquality internal and external coverage for an increasing number of devices. Further to this, the rollout of HP laptops and Vivi for classroom audiovisual has enhanced ICT reliability for users. The focus on unlocking meaningful data to support decision making and learning analytics has increased, with many of the teaching staff engaging

heavily with the data being produced by the School’s systems. The goal to identify the insights that help our staff support the boys is gaining momentum as use of these tools matures.

Resources While we focus on the prudent use of resources in some of the general administrative areas, we also understand that our staff need to be equipped with access to the best available tools to successfully perform their roles. We have managed to

balance the need for these competing demands and also maintain School fee increases at levels that are in line with teacher salaries. It is important to monitor continually and we always attempt to remain focused on what is best for the boys and families of the School.

Michael Arceri Chief Operating Officer

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N I A T P A C L O O H THE SC I have no doubt that 2018 will go down in BGS history. From the development of the brand new Annandale sports pavilion and gym to the combining of the Middle and Senior Schools to create the Secondary School, this year has shaped the Brighton Grammar of the future. While Year 12 is widely recognised as the most challenging and emotional year, the 2018 cohort has gone above and beyond in leaving its legacy at BGS. A key focus throughout the year was to bring the School together ‘As One’. No matter what age, every single Brighton Grammar Tonner has the ability to positively influence the School. Our ‘As One’ message was epitomised in moments such as

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when the Year 1 and 2 boys joined our Secondary School chantologists in supporting the 1st XVIII, and when the Year 12s came together to watch the fantastic Year 7 to 9 performance, Shrek the Musical Jr. The student-driven culture is something that sets Brighton Grammar apart from other schools. This could not be possible without the staff’s incredible dedication to enhancing the academic and cocurricular performance of BGS boys. Brighton Grammar is fast becoming an academic powerhouse due to this dedicated focus. As a Year 12 group preparing to undertake our VCE exams, spending long nights and early Saturday mornings at school under the guidance of willing teachers was an immense help. Thanks to all the staff,

from ELC to VCE, who give so much to the boys and young men of Brighton Grammar. I am exceptionally proud of the Year 12 class of 2018 who stepped up when circumstances demanded. Week in and week out, the sports leaders led our teams with incredible passion. AFL Captain Harry Reynolds’ courage in front of a huge home crowd during footy’s return to the Crowther will inspire the boys for many years. Felix Gong expertly led the music department, ensuring staff and students were constantly treated to spectacular performances. Our chantologists worked hard to enhance the work of the boys who have gone before them with their adaption of Take Me Home, Country Roads, which will be a part of BGS for years to come.


TAIN P A C L O O H C S R IO JUN Being the 2018 Junior School Captain has been an honour and a role that I have thoroughly enjoyed. Having Harry Pollock (Vice Captain) at my side, and the support of the school officers, has made this role really fun. I feel very lucky to have seen the planning and effort that goes into making BGS the wonderful school it is by having the privilege to work more closely with Mr Tellefson, Mr Bryan and Junior School teachers.

Every single departing Year 12 boy has left his legacy in some way. It is with mixed emotions that we pass though the Quad for the last time – excitement and nerves about beginning the next chapter of our lives, and sadness at leaving a school we have been a part of for so long. Yet we leave with mates for life and experiences and memories we will cherish forever. Being School Captain has been an honour and an experience that will stay with me for the rest of my life. Thank you to everyone who has helped the class of 2018. I look forward to seeing Brighton Grammar flourish in 2019 and beyond. Brad Marais School Captain

I have enjoyed the opportunity to write and read speeches, to wear the special badge and tie with pride, to show future BGS families our awesome school and the special feeling of the younger boys looking up and taking in the actions of the leadership group. I have especially enjoyed becoming friends with boys from different year levels. I have come to realise that a leadership role attracts attention that carries with it a responsibility to think about and model behaviours that are important. If I am to offer any advice for the Junior School boys it is to give everything a go and get involved. Join the orchestra or band, try out for the choir, join the chess team, join the debating team and try lots of different sports. It’s through these opportunities that you’ll make new friends and explore different interests. Embrace your time at the Junior School, look after everyone in the playground, give everything a go and have fun! I would like to wish the 2019 Junior School Captain well for next year. I would like to thank Mr Tellefson, Mr Bryan, the teachers, Harry Pollock, school officers and all the Junior School boys of BGS for their support in making this a role so enjoyable and rewarding. Hugh Hasker Junior School Captain GRAMMARIAN 2018

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This year the ELC have introduced individual learning intentions and success criteria across the five developmental areas for each boy. These have been developed in consultation with parents and then reported on in their portfolios. Each day across all rooms we celebrate the boys’ ‘golden moments of learning’ by allowing them to identify their favourite learning moment. The boys are encouraged to use descriptive language to explain the ‘what, how and why’ of their achievement. Parents shared that one of their highlights is reading this documentation in their son’s portfolio each term. We have also introduced feedback into our specialist classes, where boys acknowledge their skill-based task achievements through picture cards at the end of the lesson. It’s wonderful to hear the boys’ daily discussions about what is needed to be a great learner. Junior School staff continue to implement the Effective Learner Model with an emphasis on engaging the boys and providing authentic feedback. The boys are encouraged to talk about their learning so they can take an active role in the process and accept some ownership for their learning journey. With refurbishment of the new class areas in lower and middle primary, there is more transparency and a sense of connection between the levels. The spaces are inviting and allows for some flexibility in the boys’ learning styles. As another rewarding year for staff, parents and most importantly our students comes to an end, it’s wonderful to reflect on the many events, daily lessons, celebrated moments and achievements. We can truly say that the three-cornered partnership is actively working towards one goal – being the best we can be. Joanne Davies Director of Teaching and Learning (Prep–6)

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2 1 7 h s i l Eng Moving beyond the three Rs Never believe the old adage that boys do not like English. On the contrary, we find that boys enthusiastically participate in English classes where they analyse texts, discuss ideas, test out arguments and, of course, learn how to discriminate between real and ‘fake’ news. The year began with a focus on reading. With so many distractions, it can be difficult for boys to slow down and read a book. But it is so important. Research suggests that reading is a major predictor of academic success; it improves literacy and writing capacity, and develops empathy. While we understand and promote technology, we also celebrate the quiet. We give boys the space they need to concentrate, to think, to handwrite, and of course, to read. We were fortunate to be chosen to be part of a research group funded by the Victorian Association of Teachers of English (VATE) on improving boys’ reading. In VCE English, we took advantage of the Long Day Program and ran weekly extension sessions throughout the year. We also held an ‘English Day’ in the Term 3 break to help set the boys up for their final exams. External speakers fine-tuned the boys’ understanding of texts and gave valuable insight into the minds of the examiners. This year, we also introduced VCE English Language at Years 11 and 12, which proved popular with the senior boys. Often described as the ‘science of English’, the course looks at the etymology of language with a focus on how language changes over time. English continues to evolve to support the changing needs of our boys and our community. Kristen Molloy Head of English

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2 1 7 s c i t a m e h t a M This year in Mathematics we have focused on embedding the Effective Learner Model into our practice. We have particularly emphasised the Learning Architecture of Mathematics so that boys know where they are in their learning, where they are going, and what their next steps are. We introduced unit plans for topics that included learning intentions and success criteria, which are designed to help the boys navigate each topic during initial learning and in revision. In a number of subjects we saw an increase in the use of formative assessment, which often took the form of short quizzes. Although quizzes did not count towards boys’ official grades, they enabled them to take stock of their learning and pinpoint areas of weakness throughout a topic rather than waiting until a final test or exam. Early in the year we celebrated Jack Liu’s perfect score of 50 and a VCE Premier’s Prize for Specialist Mathematics, which he undertook in Year 11. Jack was one of 10 Australian students who achieved a perfect score and gold certificate for the Australian Mathematics Olympiad – an invitational competition for the top 100 Australian students. In May we entered 70 Secondary School boys in the University of Melbourne Mathematics competition. Two boys received Outstanding Awards for their submitted solutions: Matthew Barwood (Year 7, above) and Jack Liu (Year 12, opposite) .

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In August over 400 boys undertook the Australian Mathematics Competition. Alongside Jack Liu, 10 boys received High Distinctions. As a result, some were invited to participate in the Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad. Congratulations to Eric Chen (Year 8) who receive a High Distinction in this competition.

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y g o l o n h c e T d n a IT Computing at BGS has continued to grow in 2018, with a range of elective subjects and activities available. The Urwin Centre provided a number of opportunities for boys in Years 7 and 8, with Robotics being run in extension classes and an after-school club. The Urwin Centre Library also offered Maker Space sessions for interested students. Year 9 Robotics classes took place in the Yates Family Innovation Lab next to the Senior School Library. Boys solved a range of real-world problems using LEGO Mindstorms EV3 programmable robotics kits. The class also hosted students from the Berendale School, creating lesson plans and teaching them some introductory coding. 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 knowledge to produce a range of small applications and games, using programming languages including Python, Unity and Lua. For many boys, VCE Computing is the culmination of many years of IT experience. In Computing Units 1 and 2, boys broaden their skills via a number of projects, including designing a network for a business, creating a fully interactive website,

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building a relational database and coding using PHP. In Software Development 3/4, the problem-solving 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 and the School. Working for a client teaches invaluable lessons and the applications developed were outstanding. Adrian Janson eLearning Coordinator (7–8) Hub Coordinator Head of ICT (7–12)


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2 1 7 e c n Scie There was great success across Science this year, with new electives, academic achievement and a series of Science Week events. Two new Year 10 electives, Biotechnology and Analytical Chemistry, brought in some extra subjects for boys who are enthusiastic about science. There were also some great student achievements in the Science Olympiad exams. Lionel Wang, Max James and Joshua Sum (all Chemistry) achieved distinctions. Liam Konidaris (Year 10) not only achieved a high distinction but also finished in the top 24 students in Australia. As a result, Liam has been invited to study at the Australian National University with some of Australia’s top minds over the 2018/19 summer holidays. Science Week included some fantastic events this year, including: • a presentation by Dr Christopher Thompson, Associate Dean in the Science Faculty at Monash University • the House science quiz • a talk with a Google software engineer via the communications platform Google Hangouts • a titration competition • a native animals visit. During the science assembly, Dr Christopher Thompson talked to the Secondary School boys about engaging with dialogue in science. Dr Thompson used carbon dioxide (CO2) and the data around measuring concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere as an example of a current issue where many sources of information are available. Hancock House won the House science quiz in a tough battle against defending champions Armstrong House. Operating ‘As One’, Hancock’s performance was boosted by the inclusion of its Year 7 and 8 competitors. Patrick Sanders Head of Science

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Science Traditionally, boys learn by doing and nowhere else is this more evident than in our STEM Centre. The Junior School boys are learning to navigate in an increasingly scientific and technological world. Our Science program builds on the boys’ natural curiosity, nurtures their sense of wonder and develops their passion for exploring how the world around them works. The boys have learned the importance of science in our daily lives; how it used to solve problems and how it can inform personal and community decisions. During Science lessons, the boys work together; participating in hands-on investigations to test various theories. They record and represent their observations and communicate their ideas in a variety of ways. Laura Hall, Science Teacher (Prep–6)

Design Technology All Junior School Design Technology classes involve teamwork, which is such an important part of how the boys approach their designing and building tasks. Boys rely on each other for feedback, collaborative decisionmaking, organising, physically assisting and maximising shared knowledge. Although the boys in the lower grades make individual models to play and compete with (including boats, mazes, electric cars, catapults and gliders), they also have a ‘help partner’ who can step in if and when they need assistance with hands-on tasks. All boys in Year 5 and 6 make pinball machines and billycarts, but they work in groups of two or three to create one machine. Through teamwork, the boys develop many of the life skills they will require when working with others. Alongside teamwork skills, the boys also learn how to use tools safely and effectively. It’s wonderful to see how designing and building gives the boys such a strong sense of satisfaction and pride. Bill Gibney, Head of Science and Technology (Prep–6)

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s e i t i n a m Hu The Humanities Faculty offers a diverse range of subjects, including business and social science streams. Each year we strive to provide the boys with experiences and practical learning opportunities to build valuable life skills. The ‘quiet highlight’ of Year 10 History was a visit to the Elsternwick Jewish Holocaust Museum. While the displays were interesting and at times confronting, the experiences that had the greatest impact were the recollections of Holocaust survivors. The boys were brought face to face with a living person (usually from the local area) who survived Auschwitz or Belsen or who hid from the Nazis for years. The boys were able to ask questions, the answers to which were often poignant. For example, after showing the tattooed number on his arm from a concentration camp, a survivor was asked if he had thought about having it removed. He replied, “No. It is part of my past. It is a reminder of the part of my life that shaped who I am today.” Another survivor was asked if he still felt bitter about the treatment he received and whether he had wanted revenge. He replied, “Bitterness eats away at the person who feels it. I long ago decided the only revenge I wanted was to live a full, good life. I have four children and 12 grandchildren who are all happy and free. Like me, they live in a free, prosperous and beautiful country. That is all the ‘revenge’ I want.” As time passes, there are fewer Holocaust survivors living or well enough to share their memories in person. Those who hear and meet them cannot help but feel privileged. Louise Carroll Head of Humanities

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S U O I G I L E R N O I T A C U ED The Junior School Religious Education program aims to engage, inform and challenge the boys. It aligns closely with the BGS Wellbeing programme, emphasising values such as forgiveness, compassion, love, positive relationships and emotional literacy. As an Anglican school, core beliefs are explored: • textual (JudeoChristian tradition) • philosophy and Christian tradition • values, ethics, silence and quiet reflection. Classroom activities are engaging, meaningful and challenging and often build upon weekly Chapel services. Themes are explored practically and creatively, through Godly play, storytelling, art and craft, circle time, drama, music, texts and technology. The Chaplain’s role is to develop and nurture the spirituality of each boy and challenge him to unpack relevant issues, ask deep questions and ponder philosophical dilemmas. Fr Chester Lord Junior School Chaplain GRAMMARIAN 2018

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L A C I S Y H P , h H T L A E H G N I E B L L E W & N O I EDUCAT Wellbeing In 2018, Wellbeing was fully integrated in the Health and Physical Education Faculty. It has been an exciting year developing links with Professor Dianne Vella-Brodrick, Deputy Director and Head of Research at the Centre for Positive Psychology at Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Simon Rice, Clinical Psychologist and Senior Research Fellow with Orygen at The University of Melbourne, has also been working with the School.

Elective PE (VCE + Sports Psychology, Coaching and Science) The new VCE PE study design has a much greater emphasis on biomechanics and much of the teaching that occurred in the 2018 curriculum reflected this change. The boys experienced incursions with METS Performance, who conducted VO2 max tests in the Hay Lecture Theatre. We also visited Exercise Research Australia (ERA) to reinforce other components of the VCE curriculum.

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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION (7–10) Highlights of this busy and productive year included: The new Year 9 PE electives – the boys chose between rock climbing, sailing, kayaking, sports coaching, surf lifesaving and physical conditioning. Health and PE Week – there were some outstanding performances, none better than the win by Aaron Leferink (Year 12) in the BGS Gift. Aaron chased down the entire field running with no handicap.

Annandale and the strength and conditioning program The new Annandale sports pavilion has introduced some of the best facilities in Australia to BGS. At the end of 2018, the Secondary School boys started the strength and conditioning program. The boys have been working hard with instructors before and after school every day. Peter Whitehead, Head of Health/Physical Education

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E H T N I T AR L O O H C S JUNIOR Using a wide variety of media, the boys are taught techniques and develop skills from Prep through to Year 6.

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In Years 5 and 6, the boys have more freedom to use the different media and explore the skills they have developed over the years. The boys in the Junior School particularly love working with clay. This year, the Year 6 boys had the opportunity to work with our Artist in Residence Anastasia Nikakis and produced some amazing bust sculptures.

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Sewing skills are taught from Prep through to Year 4. Starting with the skill of threading a needle in Prep, the boys’ sewing journey culminates in the Year 4 when they create a unique teddy bear with individual style.

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In VCE Art, the boys use art as a vehicle for expression and produce self-directed folios and artworks on an individualised theme. They select areas of personal interest to pursue 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 resolved artworks. The boys constantly problem-solve throughout the creation of their folios, 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 into art and design courses at university. At other year levels, the boys complete a mix of set and self-directed tasks. Students are given the opportunity to explore and develop skills with a range of traditional and contemporary media. From drawing and sculpture to digital photography and Photoshop, the boys are often challenged yet always engaged in their learning. Art provides them with an outlet to explore their creativity, and provides many boys with a ‘break’ from their other subjects. Steve Emmett Head of Art

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It was another creative year in Visual Communication Design, with new tasks and activities designed to challenge the boys. The Year 9 boys experienced the ‘pitch’ format for the first time, with many producing excellent presentations including some interesting X-Factor ideas.

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Through the Vision for the Future task, the boys explored some fascinating potential design concepts for the future, including charging street lamps, display drones, driverless car stations and hologram visuals for clothing consumers. In the new topic Shoe Design, the Year 10s were asked to create a business plan and link their design to a selected audience group. The T-Shirt design is still one of the most popular tasks in Year 10, with the boys given creative control to create concepts for a design, which is then made professionally. VCE students had many opportunities to extend their work. Guest speaker James Willis (OB 2006) spoke to the Unit 3/4 class about his role as a graphic designer and BGS staff member Bianca Lentini presented on Design Law, focusing on copyright and intellectual property. We were also fortunate to have Professor Martyn Hook, Dean of the School of Architecture & Urban Design at RMIT, speak to those interested in a design course post-Year 12. He ran an informal information session on architecture, design, art, media and communication and gave the boys valuable tips on applying for tertiary courses. Matthew Wardell Head of Visual Communication Design

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2018 has been an epic year, with boys across all year levels gaining new skills and growing in self-confidence. The big focus has been around arming the boys with the skills they need to succeed in areas such as public speaking, expressing themselves, and performing as different characters. It has been amazing to watch the boys thrive and to observe their genuine excitement and willingness to step out of their comfort zones and perform in front of their peers and families. The boys learnt about a range of different topics – from clowning to Elizabethan and Ancient Greek Theatre – and they also learnt to devise their own pieces. They have attended a number of excursions, both curricular and extra-curricular, in order to view professional performances. The boys even competed in and won an improvisation competition, proving that Brighton Grammar is home to some extremely talented performers. The boys have relished the opportunity to use the practical subject as an outlet for their creativity and have come to learn that drama changes lives. Michael Kent Head of Drama Curriculum and School Productions (7-12)

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JUNIOR SCHOOL “I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning.” Plato Singing is the primary instrument for a musician. Zoltán Kodály, creator of the Kodály method of musical education, believed that a fine musical ear is taught firstly through the voice. The boys have continued to sing in 2018, experiencing music through facets including choral and classroom music. Junior School boys have had fun learning to make music before learning the notation. This notion of ‘sound before symbol’ allows boys to hear what they see and see what they hear. Music skills have been a focus, as well as composition, performance and music terminology. All year levels have enjoyed incursions and excursions that have enhanced their music learning, including Opera Australia, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Musica Viva and a special Australian Chamber Orchestra program, in which the boys were able to Skype with internationally renowned musician Peter Clark. Year 6 boys got to put their music, dance and drama skills to work in an incredible performance of the musical Once on This Island Jr. Hayley Blakiston Head of Junior School Music

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s e g a u g n La “Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.” Rita Mae Brown This year was one of discovery and language immersion from the Junior School to the Secondary School. As the saying goes, “travel broadens the mind” and this year the boys experienced the way of life and culture of the languages they were taught. There were two China tours. The senior boys went to China to boost their language skills, and Years 5 and 6 went on a fabulous Chinese cultural discovery later in the year. The Japanese students had the opportunity to enjoy the rich history and culture of Japan and enjoyed a glimpse of the life of Japanese youth. Finally, the French students chose between France and New Caledonia. Some decided to go on a four-week exchange to France, fully immersing themselves in French life, including studying at a French school. Others experienced an intense but confidence-boosting week of French in New Caledonia. The boys also explored culture and tradition in lessons, excursions and incursions. In Chinese, the martial art sessions continued to be a big hit. The Chinese students visited the Chinese Museum and enjoyed a traditional lunch at a local restaurant where they practised what they had learnt about Chinese food. In Japanese, boys widened their understanding of Japanese culture

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through origami paper craft and Japanese calligraphy using black ink and brushes. In French, the Years 7 and 8 welcomed Monsieur Crèpes who helped the boys to practice basic French. The senior boys attended French conversation afternoons with students from other schools. In Latin, the boys enjoyed Roman history, discovering the answers to questions such as: What was it like to be a Roman emperor? How did cities evolve under the Roman Empire? How did the Roman Empire evolve? Studying languages is challenging, fun and rewarding. Whether it is Chinese, French, Japanese or Latin, a, traditions “Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things.” Flora Lewis Karine Coste Head of Languages

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Y r a r b i L Book Week celebrations are such a highlight of the Junior School Library’s calendar that we celebrate Book Week for the whole month of August! This year’s theme was ‘Find your treasure’. We began with our annual Book Fair, raising $2038.40 to help support the Milikapiti School Library. After many exciting literary events, celebrations culminated in the Book Week multi-age activity day and book character parade. In Term 3, the Urwin Centre Library ran a series of Makerspace workshops. We built towers out of mini marshmallows and toothpicks, practised origami, made (almost) mess-free playdoh and created stress balls. Each of these activities gave the boys the chance to have fun while getting hands-on with their learning, creating and adjusting plans as they went and working together. In the Senior Library, Book Week activities included a student versus teacher debate, a book treasure hunt, a House quiz, and a visit by graphic novelist Nicki Greenberg. We introduced our reading promotion for Term 3, Game of Loans, which encourages boys to share what they are reading by publishing reviews. Years 9 and 10 classes read, reviewed and recruited staff members to join in reading. The Library Committee also ran a series of events, including an Uno challenge, chess competition and Family Feud. Pauline Anthony Junior School Teacher Librarian Lisa Tabone and Paula Fletcher Senior Teacher Librarians Penny Roberts Head of Library (7-12)

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it’s our job to ensure that all boys are able to access the curriculum, demonstrate their learning, grow in confidence and experience success. This support and advocacy continues into the Secondary School through the Learning Strategies Department. The Effective Learner model has become an indispensable tool when we talk to our boys about their learning. The atmosphere in Learning Strategies from Year 7 through to Year 12 is inclusive and welcomes all learners. By offering the boys options (of working directly with the teacher, collaborating with their peers or operating silently and independently), we encourage independence while continuing to provide direct instruction to meet their needs. The Learning Strategies rooms have been used and appreciated by many boys this year… “a good place to concentrate” (Year 11 student)

“to get some help with English” (Year r 12 student) “to chat with Year 12s about life” (Year 9 student) Study Club is an extension of this space and is offered in the Urwin Centre and in the Student Services building at the St Andrew’s end several times a week. The Secondary School extension program involved Year 7 students who investigated what makes a genius and researched multiple intelligence theory, philosophy, robotics and Autodesk 3D Design. Several of these boys also entered F1 in Schools – the world’s largest STEM competition. The Year 8 boys received in-class support and completed a variety of enriched tasks in philosophy, humanities and English, and they also completed a robotics unit.


t n e m p o l e v e D f f Sta 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 to improve, learn new skills and reflect on the way we teach. This will allow for the highest quality of teaching in classrooms and the best experience for the boys. At BGS, we continue to take an evidence-based approach to teaching. The School uses a variety of tools to meet this goal, including goal setting, coaching, peer workshops, collaborative teams and using video feedback for staff. The success of these programs has allowed our staff to be leaders in teacher learning, including sharing our programs and expertise at national and international conferences.

were over 70 participants from Australia and overseas in attendance, as well as 30 BGS staff. The course highlighted the power of reflection and practice in teacher development and demonstrated the power of video to drive improvements in instruction. All current and future boys will benefit from the impacts of this course.

Driven by the Crowther Centre, leaders within the School and instructional coaches are resources for BGS teachers. They offer support inside and outside the classroom to refine current practice and develop new teaching strategies.

Our goal as educators is to create an environment for boys to excel in four areas: being, learning, creating, and playing. We will continue to reflect on our practice to ensure we provide the boys with an outstanding educational experience.

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G N I E B L L E W Feeling good leads us to functioning well. It is for this and many other reasons that the PROSPER model (our positive education framework) provides the context for all learning at Brighton Grammar. We know that our boys need to feel like they belong, have a purpose and can make a contribution to their own lives and also the lives of others. In 2018, we evaluated our wellbeing curriculum to ensure that it has a breadth and depth of scope as well as a sequence for learning. The Junior School continued to embed a mindfulness practice into the boys’ daily schedule. Circle time was used to raise, discuss and test social and emotional ideas in our bid to normalise help-seeking behaviour and build resilience.

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Across the Secondary School, the boys engaged with the Respectful Relationships curriculum (we are a ‘leading school’). The Year 10 boys worked on positive masculinity in Tomorrow Man workshops and during the Rites of Passage camp. The theme of the Year 12 cohort, As One, permeated through the School as all the boys focused on unity, belonging, strength through diversity and a collective purpose. Wellbeing is for all members of our community. The Crowther Centre ran a raft of parent workshops in building understanding for learning at home, and in understanding teens and technology; we hosted Megan de Beyer’s Strong Mothers, Strong Sons program; and we launched the Positive Masculinity project with Orygen (a world-leading youth mental health organisation), which is looking to create a new framework of best practice for building successful young men. GRAMMARIAN 2018

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From the Legacy Project at Year 12 where the School student leaders devised and delivered ‘As One’ (which now reaches into all parts of our School), to the ELC where this year’s activities included a fathers’ morning, a mothers’ morning, a family picnic and a Christmas pageant, the steady stream of programs and activities enriches the lives of all involved. Be it an overseas trip to Paris or Tokyo, a cross-suburb trip to Berendale School or a visit to Brighton Beach, BGS is a diverse and dynamic place to learn. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10)

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YeEaArR 6 n o N i O t I c T u C d U o D R O P S I H T N O E ONC . R J D N A ISL The Year 6 production is the only compulsory production at Brighton Grammar. All students are expected to be on stage singing, acting and dancing, and it forms the curriculum in Term 3. Over the years, productions have included Narnia and The Pirates of Penzance, but after three consecutive years of successful Disney productions, the BGS and Firbank junior schools produced the Ahrens and Flaherty musical Once On This Island Jr. Performed in Rosstrevor Hall in midSeptember, our production coincided with the Tony Awardwinning Broadway revival. Set in the Antilles, Once on This Island Jr. tells the story of a peasant girl, Ti Moune, and her quest to break the hierarchy of the island. Ti Moune encounters love, gods and goddesses – all set to an amazing soundtrack full of catchy Caribbean-themed show tunes. The Year 6 students performed three performances – two at night, and one for Firbank and BGS Year 5 and ELC students. It was wonderful to see Year 5 students attempting some of the choreography post-show. Thanks to Hayley Blakiston and all the Year 6 teachers, as well as Nikki Rivett and Brigitte McGregor, who coordinated the costumes. Jared Furtado Director of Music Head of Choral

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What a fantastic achievement from the cast and crew of Shrek! Months and months of hard work culminated in a very successful season of Shrek the Musical Jr. The cast were simply electric and their enthusiasm infectious – audience members were left not only amazed by the performances, but singing and dancing themselves as they left the theatre. Congratulations to the over 100 students, staff and parents who were involved in the construction of this massive project. Your hard work and dedication really helped create life-changing experiences for all involved. Michael Kent – Head of Drama Curriculum and School Productions (7-12) The production was a fun activity to be involved in, not just as a creative task, but as a social experience. Being able to act, sing and dance with other people was a great experience and it allowed me, personally, to create friendships with many people. Overall, I highly recommend others to have a go at something like this, you have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Michael Paltoglou (Year 8)

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N O I T C U D O R P R O I N SE CHICAGO This year’s senior production of Chicago was a huge success. The creative team, led by Merryn Anstee from Firbank, brought together an incredible production that left the sell-out audiences in awe.

The hard working cast, made up of Years 10 to 12, put on a show that was “so splendiferous” and really helped put Brighton Grammar School drama on the map. The creative team welcomed BGS Old Boy Ned Wright Smith as he made his Music Director debut. Ned led a band of young musicians who excelled at playing the tough music of John Kander and Fred Ebb. A huge thank you to everyone who came to watch the boys and girls perform – and congratulations to all those involved. Jack Wyss and James Provis VCE Drama Vice Captains

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iDESIGN The 2018 iDesign submission and trophy presentation was an engaging opportunity for each Year 8 student to share their design-thinking process, insights and experiences with peers and House tutors. Accompanied by a flying helicopter, the presentation delivered a buzz of excitement that was evident throughout the entire iDesign Program. The high volume of innovative, creative and uniquely designed projects celebrated and acknowledged each boy’s interest – from innovation and creativity to entrepreneurship and sustainability. Twelve finalists were selected and invited to demonstrate and present their iDesign projects to a panel of judges. The finalists’ enthusiasm and the quality of work amazed the judges, who included Dr Rachel Horton, Christopher Ride from Interactive, David Norris from Qantas, Nick Watson from ASICS, and 2016 iDesign winner Jaikob Akinci. The Year 7 boys were inspired by the Year 8 ideas at the iDesign exhibition and had the opportunity to vote for the Ewert Leaf People’s Choice Award before the exhibition opened to the public. Held at the Urwin Centre, the public exhibition was a great opportunity for the iDesign students to discuss their project with visitors and families. There was also a staff iDesign competition, with the winner chosen by Year 7 and 8 boys. Thank you to the mentors and families that supported the boys throughout their iDesign journey and helped the program reach such amazing heights. Jamie Watson iDesign Coordinator

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iDesign Prize Giving Ceremony results 2018 iDesign Award overall winner of iDesign 2018 Jordan Secatore Sensory and relaxation mindfulness pod

Interactive Award for Excellence Milo Lade Forage Foods edible insects

Sengled Sustainability Award Sam Sweet Electric Skateboard Sharing Service

Clarke Hopkins Clarke Creativity Award Michael Paltoglou Terminal Espionage Movie

Asics Innovation Award Thomas Stretch Minimising CF in-patient cross infection

RMIT Activator Entrepreneurship Award Henry Pearson Bayside Chips

Quiksilver Award James McDougall JAWZ shark detection system

The Ewert Leaf People’s Choice Award Winner: Jerry Chen Magnetic levitating cup holder (Innovation) Runner-up: Lachie McCluskey MoBike lawn mowing bicycle (Innovation)

The BGS Award James Reid BGS crest stained-glass window

The Pastoral Award Luca Spampinato Pop art portrait Callum Couper Cork art sculpture

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S G B / K N A FIRB activity days ELC-6 The Junior School’s relationship with Firbank, our sister school, continued to flourish in 2018. A number of exciting activities and experiences were carefully planned and executed throughout the year. Each year level took part in a variety of collaborative tasks, ranging from structured play and outdoor games to art, music, science and technology. Combined excursions were also organised, including a Prep trip to Melbourne Zoo. The Prep to Year 2 boys and girls were treated to an incursion by Opera Australia. The children loved the beautiful sets and colourful costumes and, of course, the amazing singing. The strong partnership between the schools was evident when the Year 6 boys and girls performed the entertaining musical Once On This Island Jr. to a rousing reception. As we look to 2019, both schools are excited about forging and building on new friendships. Joanne Davies Director of Teaching and Learning Junior School

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S G B / K N A B R I F s y a d y t i v i act 7-12 When the girls from Firbank and the boys from BGS learn together on planned activity days, we see a warm and mutual respect. The 2018 Prefects from both schools continually displayed meaningful examples of a genuine care for our community and showed us all how to enjoy learning together. During this year’s focus on respectful relationships, the staff and Prefects from both schools designed and implemented meaningful programs to promote respect, engagement, collaboration and a genuine care for our Brighton community.  The Prefects continued to share the Year 12 experience, with the highlight being the annual netball game (which Firbank won … again). To help consolidate the shared learning between our schools, a combined FGS and BGS Working Party has been established. This group aims to refresh the program and look for opportunities for our Years 7–12 students, staff and families to come together in structured and meaningful ways. We are looking forward to seeing each level meet in year-level cohorts as well as in smaller group activities such as productions, book clubs, debating and study clubs. Each year level will undertake activities that focus on social interaction, respectful relationships, safe partying, careers, driver education and academics. Travis Hopgood Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 7-8)

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Junior School e m i t h c Lun Clubs Passion is one of the BGS values, and it underpins all that we do as a community. For some boys, lunchtime football, soccer or cricket games are what they enjoy with a passion. However, others find their passion in different fields, and lunchtime clubs provide an alternative for boys who seek new challenges and experiences. Activities are run on different days throughout the week in areas such as design and technology, library, gardening, board games (including chess), art, music and sport. The clubs are supervised by Junior School teaching staff and the School Officers and Year 6 Monitors take a strong leadership role, encouraging and guiding the younger boys. Lunchtime clubs provide a wonderful opportunity for Junior School boys to engage and connect with new interests and friendship groups during their lunch break. Dean Bryan Deputy Head of Junior School

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Chess We continued to have high-quality coaching, and Victor Jakobus worked hard as Chess Captain to promote the game among the student body.

The tournament consisted of eight rounds, with a maximum time limit of 15 minutes per game. Although our team did not achieve a podium finish this year, each boy posted a respectable score for the tournament: Kosta Arvanitakis (5/8), Jaikob Akinci (5/8), Victor Jakobus (4/8), Azmain Kalitzki (5/8) and Mitchell Kelly (5.5/8).

In March, we entered 18 boys into the Chess Victoria zonal tournament, which we hosted, and as a result, we were invited to the state finals. In Term 3, we ran an internal tournament in the Secondary School, which was won by Mitchell Kelly (Year 12), who enjoyed good form for much of the year.

This year, we also invested in a set of 20 boards and digital chess clocks (DGT North American timers) so that boys could prepare more realistically for tournament play. The new clocks, combined with the increasing popularity of online play, has led to continued enthusiasm and skill in this classic game.

In October, we hosted the Chess Victoria Secondary School State Finals. Over 200 students from across Victoria qualified to participate, with BGS fielding a team of five.

Bryn Humberstone Teacher in Charge of Chess

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Outdoor n o i t a c u d E Our ‘why’ Outdoor Education provides unique experiences that encompass teaching, learning and wellbeing in natural environments for the purpose of developing healthy, passionate, responsible young men who are confident individuals, successful learners and effective contributors. Brighton Grammar lives this ‘why’ out through a robust Prep to Year 11 outdoor curriculum program where we ‘journey through landscapes’, with cameo appearances at the ELC and Year 12 bookends.

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and senior years programs. A standout moment in this year’s Junior School Outdoor Education program was when our Year 6 Indigenous cultural session ended up being an impromptu real-world lesson in kangaroo biology as the boys (and Headmaster) were shown how to skin a ‘roo and the ways Indigenous people use the entire animal for food and survival.

The middle years In Years 7 and 8, the boys start to solidify their core skills. They are challenged to engage with the community while continuing to introduce and train new skills in menu creation and food choices. Surfing, beach safety, camping in tents and hiking along the Two Bays track culminated in an opportunity for the Year 7s to camp in the dunes of

Bushranger Bay on a private property looking out to Pulpit Rock and Cape Schank Lighthouse. The Year 8 Grampians expedition is about trial and error. Guidance around clothing/equipment and menu/food choices exists, but gentle freedom allows the boys to put as much (or as little) effort into their expedition preparations as they want. This also means that the boys experience the consequences of those choices in a safely and closely managed program. We couldn’t have asked for better weather during our two weeks away in the Grampians National Park, and every group had the pleasure of a visit from Father Tony Poole who helped reinforce that our inner character strengths need opportunities to shine, and at times are only recognised by others. GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Outdoor Leaders Program Nominated Y10s become mentors for Y3 – Y8 students in Y11, attend a camp as AGL, year level mentor 1 Leadership + mentoring. 2 Building relationships. 3 Strengthening our community. 4 Encouraging others to consider natural environments.

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F1 in SCHOOLS BGS participated in the F1 in Schools Victorian State Finals held at Bosch in Clayton in November. One hundred teams had registered, although not all of these teams were able to compete at the finals on the day. Five BGS teams competed, which is a credit to the boys and their preparation and dedication to the F1 in Schools project. Our teams did very well in many areas, although although we only managed to win one category award. The Year 7s entered the Cadet class for the first time for BGS, and finished 3rd and 4th. The Year 8s, all new this year, finished 5th and 9th overall out of 16 in the most difficult Development Class ever. They had the fastest raw time but both teams suffered time penalties for failing to adhere to the design. Year 9 Blue Tongue Racing won the Collaboration with Industry Award and finished 6th in the Professional Class. Unfortunately, they had an issue with 3D printing their wheels and were still trying to rectify it on the day of registration. Their car was fast but the wheels caused friction and time penalties. All participants are to be congratulated on their results. The boys gained much from the finals, including knowledge and enthusiasm to perform better in future years. Jamie Watson and Chris Tze F1 in Schools Coordinators

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d n o y e b Music m o o r s s a the cl Music is a unique subject – not only because of the ties between the classroom and cocurricular programs, but also because music has one of the only teams of staff who all work with boys from Prep through to Year 12. Throughout the year, the ensembles and choirs have continued to provide the boys and the wider (even international) community with outstanding and varied performances. The year kicked off with a camp at Rutherford Park for the band students. Camps provide the boys with the opportunity to have intensive, uninterrupted rehearsals with their ensemble, and in sectionals working with specialist tutors. A camp was also held for our junior ensembles and there was a Sunday intensive for the secondary strings and jazz ensemble students.

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Raising the profile of BGS music to the wider community has entailed performances at the Generations in Jazz Festival in Mt Gambier, the Victorian Schools Music Festival, and the China Tour in conjunction with Firbank Music Department. The solo soirees and lunchtime concerts were a new addition to this year’s calendar, providing the opportunity for all boys learning an instrument to have performance experience on a regular basis. The 2018 concert series also included the Wind, Brass and Percussion Concert, Orchestral, Guitar and Choral Concert, Semester 1 Junior School Concert and the highlights – the Bands Showcase and the Strings Spectacular. Throughout 2018, the Music Department has been ably supported by the Friends of Music with fundraising, music library support and stage crew. Jared Furtado Director of Music Head of Choral


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L A R O H C The Choral Program has continued to grow in 2018. With 150 choristers now working between Borwick House Choir, Meliora Voices and Senior Choir, there have been many performances throughout the year. Performances include the Junior School Induction Service, the Orchestral, Guitar and Choral Concert, the Mother’s Day Service, Father’s Day Chapel Service, the Junior School Semester 1 Concert, Community Carols, Speech Nights, and – of course – the Choral Concert. This year, the Choral Concert theme was ‘Women in Song’, celebrating female composers, artists and singer-songwriters. All Year 5, 7 and 8 boys performed in their respective choral classes, celebrating choral sensations including Annie Kwok, Kelly Clarkson, Kasey Chambers, Sara Bareilles and Sally K. Albrecht. The highlight of the event was the world premiere of a commissioned work, Who I’m Meant to Be, by New York-based Australian composer Carmel Dean. The piece is about Carmel’s perceptions of Australia through the eyes of someone who lives away from home, and how, as you get older, you appreciate the familiarity and ties in your hometown. In 2019, the Music Department is planning two exciting new choral ensembles: School Chamber Choir – an auditioned choir for Year 4 to 12 boys, and The Ten Tonners – a barbershop group. Jared Furtado Director of Music Head of Choral

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This year has been one of ‘change for service’, with each House managing a ‘service’ or fundraiser. Dixon kicked things off with a campaign for the Royal Children’s Hospital. School House chose a cause close to their hearts, supporting the RCD Foundation’s Brain Week. Crowther and Rofe joined forces to establish our first Winter Appeal, with donations going to Victorian Dog Rescue and Mums Supporting Families in Need. The year ended with Armstrong raising awareness for Road Trauma Support Services and Hancock raising awareness and funds for Love Your Sister. Empowering students to plan and execute their own awareness programs has been challenging and rewarding. The students gained a deeper understanding of the services and, more importantly, how their contributions would impact the lives of others. Strong community bonds are important. This year, we established the first Brighton Rotary-sponsored Interact club. A group of Year 10 students took part in the Lord Mayor’s Youth in Philanthropy program, visiting a range of services and working together to decide where funding should be allocated. Year 9 students maintained strong working relationships with Berendale School, with a focus on art and technology. Year 7 and 8 boys took part in international art program the Memory Project, with 10 children in Afghanistan receiving hand-drawn portraits of themselves.

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A broad range of other service-related programs continued to experience growth. Year 8 boys and parents braved extreme weather conditions to take part in Relay for Life. There was an impressive increase in contributions to each Ute Full of Food drive, and Legacy Week and Remembrance Day continued to be a priority. As a school, we continue to focus on engaging with a broad range of programs and encouraging students to take an active role in their community. Simone Lewis Head of Community Services (7–12)


Years 9–12 Student Wellbeing Committee Captain Tom Elliott (Year 12) and member Patrick Liddle (Year 11).

t n e d u t S g n i e b l l e W e e t t i m m Co The Secondary School Student Wellbeing Committees have been busy this year. In Term 1, in recognition of the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence, the Year 7-8 committee put a ‘Freeze on Bullying’, trading icy-poles for powerful words of action on the walls of the Urwin Centre. The Year 9-12 committee facilitated tutor group discussions and provided information sheets on bullying and intervention.

ABOVE The Student Wellbeing Committees join forces to hold a barbecue for the whole of Secondary School on R U OK? Day. BELOW Year 7-8 students participate in the ‘Freeze on Bullying’ for the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence (Zach Bowen, Lochie McDougall, Jamie Hope, George McDowell and Ben Edmondson).

In Term 2, the Year 7-8 committee organised a ‘French toast Friday’ fundraiser for beyondblue. After a lot of hard work during Term 2, the Year 9-12 committee launched the lunchtime R&R sessions in Term 3. These sessions provided students with space and time to relax and recharge for the rest of the day. At the suggestion of a Year 10 committee member, the Secondary School Psychologists presented at assembly, reminding the boys about available counselling services and how to make an appointment. The two committees also joined forces for an R U OK Day Secondary School barbecue. Naomi Tham

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The magician, the sage, the warrior and the CAREGIVER – these four symbolic images are often referenced within the student community as the archetypes of those patterns of behaviour required to become a ‘good, successful man’. The Year 9 and 10 experiential learning program, 9/10 B2M, is also based around these archetypes. The program focuses on growth, leadership and wellbeing at a complex time in boys’ lives as they transition from boyhood to become young men. It runs alongside the academic, cocurricular and pastoral care programs but reaches into the day-to-day curriculum. It enables the boys to delve into the qualities that will ensure their own wellbeing and those of their peers as they move through these vital years. The 9/10 B2M program begins when Year 9 boys undertake their first Outdoor Education challenge, The Great South West Journey. They then choose a service-based trip that could take them anywhere from the Brotherhood of St Lawrence in Fitzroy to the Martyrs School in PNG. The boys also complete a series of Tomorrow Man workshops where they exercise their emotional muscle and consider what sort of man they’ll become. They contribute to a cause greater than themselves in Connor’s Run, and finally, undertake another Outdoor Education experience – a Rivers Journey on the Snowy, Mitchell or Mitta Mitta River.

Education trip, and choose a charity to support. The final element of 9/10 B2M is the Rite of Passage in the last week of Year 10, which sees the boys ready to return to school as Year 11s and begin to lead the School as young men.

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F O S E T I R E G A S S A P The 2018 Year 10s were the first group to complete the 9/10 B2M program when they took part in the final activity, the Rites of Passage camp. Under the guidance of Dr Arne Rubenstein, facilitators from the Rites of Passage Institute and a team of BGS staff, the boys and their fathers or male mentors engaged in the four-day camp in the Otway Ranges. This program is designed to mark the point in a person’s life when they move from boy to young man. Separation, transition and return are the key features of any rite of passage. For our community, the ‘separation’ occurred in a moving ceremony on Tuesday morning, when the mothers/female mentors let the boys go. ‘Transition’ took place on the camp – community was established; the men shared stories, values and beliefs; the boys undertook a challenge, were honoured for their unique gifts and talents, and set a vision for their future as men. The ‘Return’ on Friday, at which the group members were reunited with their families, was a powerful and meaningful event for everyone. The whole community was strengthened through the shared experience. Many fathers have made new and real friendships and many of the young men have a deeper respect for and knowledge of their fathers, and of the other members of their community. Thank you to all those families who interrupted ‘normal’ life to participate. Early feedback suggests that this was a truly transformational experience for many participants. Congratulations to all the students who participated – we look forward to supporting you in your endeavours to be the best young men you can be in the years ahead. GRAMMARIAN 2018

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d n a g n i Debat g n i k a e p S c i l b u P This year, more than 120 YearS 7 to 12 students were involved in the annual program of debating and public speaking events. The boys were presented with a range of challenging and engaging activities, competitions and training events. Two of our C grade teams finished top of the ladder in the Brighton region of the DAV debating competition. Congratulations to Team 1 (Joel Tyler, Sam Banfield, James Sherborne, Charlie Durkin, Liam Konidaris, Andrew Wang and Nik Vakirtzis) and Team 2 (Nate Hollis, Ben Sexton, Matthew Ross, Sky Wu, Mac Mclachlan, Billy Pearson and Larry Li) for their achievements in the regional competitions. Congratulations to all the boys who were awarded best speaker during the DAV competitions – over 25 Year 9 to 12 boys achieved this title in their debates. In public speaking events, four of our Year 8 debaters participated in the DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition. Thomas Galinas, Jorge Houridis, J sum and Sebastian Watters progressed through to the regional semi-finals, with J Sum qualifying second overall. Our 2018 senior public speaking winner was Felix Gong and our intermediate winner was Jason Gu. The subjects of all of the speeches were entertaining and delivered impressively. Paula Fletcher Debating Coordinator (7–12)

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t c e j o r P Legacy “Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got a hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.” George Bernard Shaw In 2018, The Legacy Project has continued to evolve through actions that will echo beyond our time. The Prefects created and led with messages of ‘As One’ and ‘A better man today than I was yesterday’. Both messages were embraced by everyone at BGS – from the Headmaster to the boys in younger year levels. At the start of the year, the School was fortunate to have former New

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Zealand All Blacks Coach Sir Graeme Henry speak to students, staff and the community. Sir Graeme spoke about building a high-performance culture and adding to the legacy when you get your opportunity. Chantology and rituals continued to make messages real and the student leaders put the values of the School into a creed (opposite). Even John Denver’s song Take Me Home, Country Road, got a Brighton Grammar remix. As an old Greek proverb tells us, ‘A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they will never see’. Although the student leaders are not old men, they have left the School in a better place. So what is next? What kind of a ‘ding’ can we next put in the universe? Christian Machar Head of Student Leadership (7–12)


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Following the 2017 Year 10 Bogong Highplains Journey, the guiding staff nominated 50 boys to school leadership positions based on their exemplary conduct and demonstrated aptitude. Of these, 40 took up the challenge and joined the Outdoor Education team on a three-day training program to prepare them for leading their peers. The outcome of this training program is an interview and selection process that places each leader with a class of boys in Years 3 to 8. Since the beginning of 2018, the members of the Outdoor Education Leadership Program (OELP), have worked exceptionally hard as mentors and guides, building relationships, sharing the lessons they have learnt, preparing the younger boys, and ultimately accompanying them on their own Outdoor Education programs. The OELP is on top of already heavy VCE and sporting commitments, and these leaders have performed commendably, developing their own leadership style and process along the way. Some incredible relationships have been formed between students from all corners of the School. From soothing nerves to teaching tricks, helping with work, kicking off footy tipping and playing icebreakers in class, the expertise and guidance of the OELP leaders has enhanced the whole Outdoor Education experience. Nathan O’Malley Assistant Head of Outdoor Education


f o e k u D s ’ h g r u b n Edi Award Daniel Abbott achieved his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award last year (when he was in Year 11), along with 66 other young Victorians. On 6 April, he was presented with his Award by Prince Edward at Government House. Daniel embarked on the Award when he was in Year 9, working on the Bronze Award for three months, the Silver for six months and the Gold for 12 months. The Award has four sections: Service, Skills, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey. For each section, Daniel undertook one or more activity, including community work with the Scouts, participation in the Frankston Camp, weekly tennis training, and organising a hike in the Alpine National Park. For the Gold Award, he also had to undertake a Residential Project, spending five days training with Team Buller Riders in freestyle skiing. We asked Daniel a few questions about what the Award means to him. BGS: How do you think you’ve benefitted from your Duke of Ed experiences? DA: I have seen the benefits of commitment and achieving a goal, experienced leadership from others, become a leader myself and learnt to be more responsible. BGS: Is there someone you met while participating in the Award who has particularly influenced you? DA: The Scout leaders are amazing people who volunteer their time to provide experiences for young people. My tennis coach has taught me many life lessons (as well as tennis!)

sure all the participants knew what equipment was required etc. I also had to persuade others to give up their January holidays for a few days! BGS: And which part did you enjoy the most? DA: Tennis – I just love playing sport.

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Firbank/ a n i h C S G B r u o T c i Mus During the final week of Term 1, an excited group of 42 students and five staff from Firbank and BGS embarked on a combined music tour to Hong Kong and China. The Hong Kong leg began with a day of sightseeing before we launched into our first performance on the second day, visiting the Chiu Lut Sat Memorial School for a concert and student exchange. The students also visited Lantau Island to see the world’s tallest sitting bronze Buddha, followed by an outdoor concert at the Citygate Shopping Outlet, where we attracted a large crowd – including several Australian tourists. From there, the tour moved to Nanjing, one of the ancient capitals of China. During this portion of the trip, the group performed at another three schools. Our first day in Beijing started with a bucket-list item – a walk on the Great Wall. Over the next three days, the team members really hit their stride, with three consecutive performances, some sightseeing at Tian’amen Square and the Forbidden City, Kung-Fu and acrobatics shows, shopping, and a local cooking class. Across a busy two and a half weeks, the students from both schools performed spectacularly, both on and off stage. They launched themselves headfirst into all aspects of the tour, including the significant logistical challenge of transporting over 100 pieces of luggage and instruments

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through four international airports. The tour was a great opportunity for the students to come together to share their love of music across different countries and cultures, and the friendships and experiences gained will enrich the lives of these young musicians for years to come. Kurt Abell, Head of Instrumental Music (3–12)


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a i n o d e l New Ca H C N E R F VCE R U O T Y D STU In June 2018, 12 VCE French students went to Noumea in New Caledonia. The tour was designed to help the boys improve their French skills while being immersed in French island life, with a focus on listening and speaking. The boys stayed with their host families for six days and attended language classes, communicating in French constantly. The boys also explored Noumea – ziplining on the mountain Mont Mou near Paita, kayaking on Dumbea River and segwaying in Le Parc forestier. The Tonners returned home with newfound confidence. All improved and were proud to have been able to communicate in French for a whole week. Here are some reflections from the students:

“I had a friendly and welcoming host family and the CREIPAC lessons were helpful.”

James Hamilton “Being immersed in the French language forced me to practice my speaking and listening, which improved a lot. I really enjoyed the homestay. Although it was sometimes difficult to communicate with my host family, the challenge was part of the enjoyment.”

Ethan O’Brien “This was my first trip overseas with school and my first exchange, and I really enjoyed it. Although the activities were fun and the classes were entertaining, my favourite part was being in a French environment where I could practice speaking and improve my vocabulary.”

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Karslake Peninsula. Learning how to cast a fishing net and use a fishing reel proved challenging (and messy!), but persistence paid off. The students’ haul of small baitfish brought success to the table when Gus Calder reeled in a Barramundi. The students learnt about the significant cultural and historical events of the Tiwi people at the Jilamara Cultural Centre and were exposed to the work of local artists – they even had a go themselves. Reflecting on the trip, the boys all felt that the relationships they had built with the local students was the highlight of the experience. Kicking the footy, shooting hoops or just chatting made the boys realise that, even though Milikapiti is so different to Brighton, our commonalities are so much greater than our differences. We can’t wait to host Milikapiti students later in the year. Luke Fensling and Ben Ryan Junior School Teachers


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l o o h c S Junior p i r T a n i h C Congratulations to the 13 Year 5 and 6 boys who took part in the 2018 China trip. They arrived home exhausted but enriched by the amazing experiences and emotions China has to offer. During the trip, the boys visited Shanghai, Hangzhou, Xi’an and Beijing, travelling by three different modes of transport: dragon boat in the Summer Palace, highspeed rail from Xi’an to Beijing and domestic flight from Hongzhou to Xi’an. Each city had its unique and interesting history, magnificent buildings and historical museums, and of course delicious food! The boys also saw the wonderful scenery from the Great Wall of China, the extravagant Forbidden City in Beijing, the famous Terracotta Warriors and the Muslim night market in Xi’an. The highlight of the trip for James Tan (Year 6) was the visit to our lovely sister school, Chang Jiang Primary School长江实验小学, in Hangzhou. James described his experience there: We were greeted by the school’s chamber orchestra. Then we went to the Year 6 classrooms to have classes with them that day. First, we had Science, then PE and finally Pottery. In Science, we learnt about the effects of angles on weight. In PE, we did skipping, sit-ups and we used the shuttle. In Pottery, we made an owl. We also had a welcoming ceremony, where the whole school came out and sang an Australian song and welcomed us to their school. Then we went to do wood block printing. We carved Chinese words. Then we went to a science museum. There was a simulator and mind-control car racing. One of the differences is that they have lunch served in their classrooms. They each have a homeroom and travel to different classrooms for different subjects … The

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experience at the school was unforgettable. We made new friends and learnt new things. We also had lots of fun. All the students were friendly and welcoming. The school is a wonderful place. The China trip was a fabulous mix of different experiences that catered to everybody who came. Thanks to Peter Tellefson, Lynn Bullock, Pauline Anthony, Fr Chester Lord and Jack Xie for their organisation. Linda Chen Mandarin Teacher Head of Years 7 and 8 LOTE


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W A A R U P PORM An Indigenous exchange is an amazing opportunity. For the eight boys and two teachers who spent seven nights in Pormpuraaw on the west coast of Cape York Peninsula, it was an experience we will never forget. The boys spent time helping younger students with reading and learning their sounds. The THRASS phonetics teaching program has been introduced at the school and each morning all students competed in different THRASSrelated games. We met a number of Indigenous artists at The Pormpuraaw Community Art Centre and watched them paint and create sculptures from ‘ghost nets’ (damaged fishing nets that are illegally dumped into the ocean by commercial fishing vessels). The artists’ creative use of these nets helped raise awareness of the serious environmental impact they have on our oceans. The boys went ‘in Country’ and were welcomed with a water blessing before using watercolours to paint landscapes with some of the artists. Sitting around a campfire hearing Dreamtime stories kept us all enthralled. One night, the BGS boys cooked 400 sausages to thank the community. The boys also spent time using hand reels to fish, swimming in a waterhole and visited a working crocodile farm. Highlights for the boys included the afternoon sessions climbing trees, hunting for bush tucker and playing a local game called ‘Edoor’. The boys have made firm friends and are looking forward welcoming some of the Pormpuraaw Year 6 students to Melbourne to show them their ‘Country’. Amanda Foulds Art Teacher (Prep–6)

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R U O T N A JAP During the September holidays, 17 boys from the Year 9 and 10 Japanese classes visited Japan. We attended our brother school Rikkyo in the first week and the boys joined in with classroom activities including English Conversation, Judo and Kendo. They were also welcomed into Home Economic class and cooked delicious rice with edamame, tsumire (fish balls) and miso soup. Joining these classes with their buddies helped the boys improve their language skills. They travelled to and from school with their host brothers, visited famous places such as Shibuya and Akihabara with their host families, and helped prepare meals while staying with Rikkyo families – a highlight of the tour for most of the boys. The boys farewelled their host family and headed off to Kyoto after Typhoon Trami went through Japan. We walked through Nara Park with friendly deer, up the crowded hills to the famous Kiyomizu Temple, ate delicious Japanese cuisine and walked through the iconic bamboo grove in Arashiyama. On our last day, we visited Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine and walked through the tunnel of thousands of red torii gates. The boys experienced authentic Japanese life, developed friendships with their host families, and enjoyed the contemporary and traditional culture and history of Japan. Hiroko Hunt Head of Japanese

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House Sports were again a highlight for boys in the Junior School in 2018. Tabloid Sports, Cross Country and Athletics have always been wholeschool events. However, this year saw the introduction of a Prep– Year 2 Swimming Carnival, which took place prior to the Upper Primary Carnival early in Term 1. This event gave the younger boys a taste of House Swimming, while enabling them to continue to focus on the skills that they’d honed during a week of intensive swimming lessons in the lead- up. House Cross Country again gave the boys a chance to demonstrate grit and determination, which they did with aplomb. A highly successful Athletics Carnival took place, where our champions were celebrated, but the main focus was on everyone ‘having a crack’ for their House colours.

Individual Champions Swimming Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Ronnie Xu Austin Taleb Hamish Featherston Ayden Roos

Cross Country Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Henry Barber Eli Botha Luke Sexton Hugo Richey

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S R A E Y E THE MIDDL Early adolescence and starting secondary school poses physical, social, emotional and learning challenges. The pastoral and curriculum teams promote a learning and wellbeing culture to support the foundations of positive masculinity. Passion, Respect, Accountability and Integrity are the BGS values, but they are also the ‘golden rules’ that embody the BGS way – to always seek better things in ourselves and each other. House traditions provide boys with a sense of belonging as they represent their House in sporting, fundraising, academic and other competitions. Boys wear their House badge on their blazer and remain in their House until the completion of their secondary schooling. Alongside their House tutor and Head of House, the boys receive pastoral and academic care to become ‘effective learners’, leaders and healthy young men. The ‘As One’ legacy has seen Year 7 and 8 boys welcomed by the older students at assemblies, chapels and other celebrations. The younger boys look to the older year levels for guidance and inspiration on their journey to becoming happy and connected young men.

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Our teaching teams promote a respectful learning environment that is safe, positive and supportive for all boys. Boys are taught to care for themselves and their classmates in a positive, proactive way through the development of self-discipline. The boys are encouraged and expected to be kind and tolerant, to speak politely, to express gratitude, and to seek ways to enhance the Brighton Grammar community. Wonderful learning opportunities can be witnessed each day, both inside and outside the classroom. All academic and co-curricular activities are designed to acknowledge and honour each boy, not just for what he does, but also for who he is becoming. This requires a great team of staff, supportive parents, and opportunities for each boy to be seen and find his unique gifts. The power of community is visible in formal and informal situations. Special events such as Father’s and Mother’s Day chapels, mother/son afternoons, the Year 8 father/son camp, APS sport and fundraising events all generate opportunities for the boys to be actively involved in a genuine learning community. Travis Hopgood Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 7–8)


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N O X I D e ng the Hous o m a n io s s e s impr ed to ade a seriou ouse prepar m H n a o s ix a D s , e 18 v 0 l In 2 ed ourse itive. nd announc a s n io o be compet t it t t e r p o f f e com s u endo make a trem Our feats from the beginning of the year, including our ability to adapt quickly to the inaugural House Music competition to come in 2nd place, demonstrated the boys’ willingness to take on any task placed in front of them and give everything they had. With outstanding results in Athletics, Swimming and Streetball along with various other events, all Dixon boys should take pride in their immense contributions to a great and successful year. We also saw much success in nonsporting events, including wins and strong performances in Debating and various quizzes.

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Although just falling short of the top two by the slimmest of margins, we were able to translate our unrivalled culture and hunger for success into an outcome that each and every Duke should take pride in. I’d like to thank all the Year 12 Dixon boys for their exemplary leadership of the House this year, especially Jack Goodings and Flynn Wood for their dedication as Vice Captains. I look forward to seeing what the future holds and eagerly await the inevitable achievements of future years as the culture of this great House continues to be one craved by others.   Cameron Berry Dixon House Captain 2018


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R OF E Rofe House has had a an extremely successful year, achieving and accomplishing far above our start-of-theyear goals. After an underwhelming performance in 2017, this year’s Rofe House showed grit and determination to fight back and compete for the Cock House Cup, finishing a respectable and hardfought second. This year also saw various changes in House tutors, with the likes of Ms Hayes, Mr Steed and Mr Humberstone joining Rofe House. Notable team performances in the choral and chess competitions defined our success over the year. A non-competitive highlight was the House barbecue, which gave Rofe boys a chance to get to know peers and teachers better. We would like to thank the boys for their continued efforts in the various House activities we competed in over the year. We also appreciate the House tutors for their care and coordination of events, and for ensuring each Rofe student had the best opportunity to participate in events. Lastly, we would like to thank Mr Harris for all the work he has done behind the scenes to ensure Rofe House could compete at the highest level and experience success once again. We have every faith that 2018 is just the beginning of the success Rofe House will experience in the years to come. Austin Lawson and Nick Longmire, Rofe House Co-Captains 2018

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L O O H SC School What a wonderful year for the incredible School House! From our amazing performance in streetball to great participation in House athletics, School House put in the effort and dedication and showed the rest of the School what being a Tonner is all about. The beginning of this year was challenging, with School House getting off to a slow start in the Term 1 House competitions. We finished last in touch football and fifth in chess. However, through hardship and adversity, my fellow Tonners never gave up or abandoned one another, which is why I am proud to carry the colours of School House. When times were at their darkest, instead of surrendering, the School House boys strived to regain the standards we once had. Our efforts were not in vain. School House finished the year in second position for futsal, third in swimming and first in streetball. These outstanding achievements and participation in the House choral competition reflected this year’s message of ‘As One’. School House – to each and every one of you who put in the hard work, thanks for the opportunity to lead you this year. Gregoire Dillee School House Captain 2018

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G N O R T S M R A Enjoyment brings success From the heights of Mt Bogong, it was evident that Armstrong was in for a good year. The Year 12 group developed a bond and we aspired to carry this throughout the entire House. An event that stays with me above all others is the inaugural House choral event. Almost every boy from Years 9 to 12 participated in this first House event of the year, and excitement levels were through the

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roof. We sang Never Tear Us Apart by INXS, representing the strong Armstrong culture. We saw some great results through the year, winning the touch football, and just missing out on the top spot in streetball and the science quiz. Our charity fundraising, which raised money for road safety education and for victims of road trauma, was a huge success. Armstrong 5 won the Armstrong House Soccer Cup (pictured above).

Armstrong had a historic year that transcended getting our name on the trophies. In 2018, Armstrong was represented in every event, and each boy knew he had the biggest support crew behind him. Coming to the end of my schooling, it has been a great pleasure being an Armstrong boy, but I feel good knowing that the House and everything we created this year is heading in a great direction. Thanks to Miss Rose for everything she has done and good luck to Armstrong House. Kai Weight Armstrong House Captain 2018


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Despite not retaining the Cock House Cup, Crowther House had a successful year that saw the culture of the House develop and grow. At the end-of-year House assembly, the younger members of Crowther identified four things that would be part of the departing Year 12 boys’ legacy: success in competitions; transforming House chapel services; House-based charity fundraising; and embracing innovative ways of fostering cross-age relationships and friendships. Crowther performed well in many events, however those we struggled in had a big impact on our overall result. We finished first overall in the House portrait competition thanks to Brock

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Jackson and new entrant Victor Luo. We placed first in the inaugural choral event, with Captain Ned Bellmaine taking to the baton with gusto (if not perfect timing), and Matt Leadbeater stepping in for his brother at short notice for our winning rendition of The Beatles’ Hey Jude. We were also first in ‘academic’, points (derived from Term 3 effort grades) and placed equal first in futsal soccer. Having won for the past four years, the swim team felt the pressure but showed talent and resilience, winning the swimming event for the fifth year in a row. Vice Captains Ben Branson and Hamish Dick were

dependable leaders who never failed to set the right example. Captain Ned Bellmaine’s gift with words (and jokes – often the same one reworked!) helped him to engage all ages – staff included – and was a signature characteristic of his outstanding leadership.


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K C O C HAN Having the opportunity to lead Hancock House this year has been an absolute privilege. Throughout the year, I have witnessed first-hand the comradery and house spirit that is ever present amongst Hancock boys. I urged the boys early in the year that to be successful we must come together ‘As One’ and set our goals early so we had a strong vision of where we wanted Hancock to finish at the end of the year. In early discussions it was easy and reassuring to see that all the boys in Hancock were eager to win the Cock House Cup. This made the task of leading this motivated House just that little bit easier, as having the boys share the same vision as I did meant that there was little need to convince or explain why I asked so much of them. This is

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why I believe Hancock won the Cock House Cup, which is a success that should be celebrated by all the boys. With the help of Hancock’s two Vice Captains, Anton Derevianko and James Bryan, the leadership group was flexible and understanding. Ultimately, none of this would have been possible without the help of Mrs Adem. Her dedication and professionalism in her role as Head of House is unparalleled and doesn’t go unnoticed by the Hancock boys. Finally, another congratulations to the boys in Hancock House. None of the success of the House would have been possible without their help. I hope next year’s leadership group can set the bar even higher and leave Hancock in a better place than they picked it up from. Go Cockers! Nicholas Adams Hancock House Captain 2018


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6 P E R P Chapel Anglican Christian traditions and rituals are practised and celebrated at the weekly Junior School Chapel service. Chapel topics and sermons align with the values and themes covered in mindfulness and circle times, and are expanded upon in Religious Education classes. In 2018, we covered themes such as leadership, service, humility, gratitude, friendship and love, empowering the boys to develop emotionally, spiritually and intellectually.

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Significant events celebrated in Chapel include Christmas, Easter, ANZAC Day, Founders’ Day, School Officer Inductions, Mother’s Day, Year 6 Farewell Liturgy and end-of-term thanksgiving services. Prep to Year 2 boys also join their Buddies for the final Chapel service each term, and we hope to introduce a Year 6 Eucharist service once a semester. Many boys aspire to participate in Chapel services, enjoying the opportunity to chapel serve, sing in the choir or provide technological support. Fr Chester Lord Junior School Chaplain


2 1 7 l e Chap The word sacrifice is not one that sits easily within our society’s vocabulary. However, the American Heritage Dictionary defines sacrifice as, “To forfeit something for something else considered of a greater value.” Sacrifice does not mean giving up something for nothing; it means giving up one thing for something we believe is worth more. As we come to the end of the centenary celebrations of World War I, sacrifice has been an important topic as we contemplate what the boys (or more accurately, young men) leave behind in order to be ‘a better man tomorrow’. Something has to be left behind. No progress is made without sacrifice. Chapel serves to highlight the sacrifice demanded by a society that assumes secularism overrides religion. If one accepts the claim of a secular world view, then one must also recognise that a value system is being imposed in the suggestion that it has a higher value than that offered by religion. In real terms, the division between secularism and religion is often decided without analysis of the evidence. Chapel is a place to celebrate the life of the School in all its expressions, to appreciate the values that permeate everything we do, and to witness the evidence of the Christian traditions. Above all, it affirms that a relationship with the other – however you define religion and therefore God – is something of worth and of value in the development of a fully formed man in today’s society. Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Founders’ Day, the Benefactors Chapel, and House Chapel designed and led by the boys have all fostered a robust exploration of the value of relationships. Fr Tony Poole Senior Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies

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g n i l l e s Coun The Counselling Department has three registered psychologists who play a key role in supporting the boys, parents and teachers. The BGS psychologists do this through: • psychological assessments • individual and group counselling • behaviour management • parent support • student advocacy • implementation of prevention and early intervention programs • emergency and critical incident management.

wellbeing platform designed to inform and empower parents with independent, evidence-based content and information on the many difficulties young people face. A separate platform for Junior School and Secondary School allows parents to access information that is relevant to their child’s age and developmental level. Each edition of SchoolTV addresses a major topic and includes expert interviews, factsheets, quizzes, recommended apps and further reading. SchoolTV gathers information from many resources, such as beyondblue and ReachOut. The Counselling Department, together with the Student Wellbeing Committees, implemented various wellbeing initiatives throughout 2018. These included the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence and R U OK? Day.

The boys can access these services in a number of ways, including referrals from staff or parents, and self-referral (where appropriate). Regardless of who initiated the referral, participation in the counselling process is always voluntary.

Mental health awareness and education continues to be a priority. When we empower the boys with knowledge and encourage dialogue and open conversation, we believe that young people will be more receptive to seeking help and support.

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The BGS Student Careers website has become a focal point for many career discussions, and is proving to be a useful tool for searching courses, jobs, employment trends, VCE information and more. Visit http://studentcareers. brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/ to learn more. Developed by the Crowther Centre, the Effective Learner Model is also adding value to career discussions, as we encourage students to consider PROSPER when making career-related decisions and the core functions of learning outlined by the model. As you can see, the Victorian Careers Curriculum Framework relates well to the Effective Learner Model. One of this year’s highlights was the Year 12 transition session facilitated by two Old Boys, Max Hayes and Oscar Donald. Max has completed a degree in Sport Management at Deakin and Oscar is in his first year of Commerce/Science at Monash. At the informal session, Max and Oscar gave great insight into the experiences and challenges they faced while transitioning to university life.

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This year, the 2018 international student group was a perfect reflection of the BGS values. By coming together ‘As One’, students from all around the world with different cultures and experiences found themselves within the amazing culture of BGS. The international students have supported each other throughout the year, ensuring everyone was included and motivated to do their best. International students and their parents had extra sessions explaining camps and other extracurricular activities to ensure they were well prepared for the experience. This year, there was 100% attendance at the School Formal and the final Valedictory Dinner at the MCG – a great response! Under the guidance of Maggie Lynch, International Parent Coordinator, there were many parent functions in 2018. These included tours to a large variety of places, including Parliament House, as well as English language classes and book clubs. Parents have also been a part of School activities. At the House athletics earlier in the year, many of these parents cooked and sold hundreds of containers of dumplings, spring rolls and fried rice. They proudly donated over $2000 to the Martyrs School in Papua New Guinea. The 2018 international students are grateful to all staff members and others who made life easier during this important stage of our lives. Gregoire Dillee Co-International Student Captain

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‘As One’ As many of you will be aware, the coming together of what was the Senior School and Middle School to become the Secondary School prompted 2018’s Year 12 student leaders to come up with the theme ‘As One’. This year, I was fortunate to be able to attend a Year 10 alpine adventure in New Zealand and witness first-hand how powerful and meaningful this motto has become. On one of the days, we embarked on a 10-hour round trip in snowshoes to the peak of Mt Erica. I can honestly say that this was one of the hardest trips I have done in many years, and a few of the boys found it extremely challenging. At times, it looked as if some may give up. This is when one of the other boys stepped up. “Come on, fellas,” he said. “Let’s get everyone to the top – as one.” I am proud to say that they all made it to the summit, but I’m prouder still that the boys worked together to achieve this. It goes to show that if we work ‘As One’, we can all reach the peak of what we set out to achieve. Jason Bain School Marshal GRAMMARIAN 2018

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T R O P S L O O H C S R O JUNI In Junior School Sport, we emphasise teamwork, supporting each other 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. Our Year 5 and 6 boys all completed four seasons of APS Sport, with many boys trying new sports for the first time. Years 3 and 4 boys participated in weekly Friday Sport, with an inter-school competition against St Kevin’s each term.

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SSV Athletics – Gold, Gold, Gold! After an enormous effort in 2017, when the BGS teams collected a bronze and two gold medals, the Junior School boys were focused on trying to eclipse that effort. With all three teams again progressing to the State Championships, they were brimming with excitement and were ready to race. The 10 Years team started BGS off in the best possible fashion, by setting a new State Record in their heat. This record had stood for 28 years, and Ed Hutchison, Jody Cripps, Seb Naccarella and Jake Ring smashed it by 0.99 of a second. Those boys went on to claim the Gold Medal in the final, narrowly missing out on beating their own State Record. 


The 11 Years team were confident coming into the competition, but knew too well how important their baton changes would be. Although they won their heat comfortably, two other teams were significantly faster in the other heat. But that third seeding was the motivation they needed, with all four boys in Harvey O’Sullivan, Harrison Gibbins, Seb Khan and Edward Mitrevski running out of their skin in the final to make it two from two for the Tonners. The 12 Years team were ranked number one entering the competition, and showed their strength in the heat by winning by 2.5 seconds. The other heat had some challengers, but the boys knew a clean run should get them the gold. Like the 11 Years team, Kyle Roos, Harry

George, Elden Zeng and Lennox Hofmann took more than half a second off the heat time to win the final by close to 10 metres. These teams performed incredibly well on the day, and their months of training were certainly rewarded. Luca New, Will Rattray and Cade Segar were key parts of the team. Although reserves on the day, their willingness to train hard and support the other boys during the season undoubtedly made the teams stronger. Special thanks to Years 7 and 8 boys Oliver Goodger, Brayden Hope, Zach Bowen, Jonah Campigli and James Bourke, who assisted in coaching the boys and also came to support on the day.

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In 2018, diversity in our world has never been greater and this was reflected though our everevolving Sports program. ‘Traditional’ sports, such as rowing, rugby, cricket, tennis and football, continued to be popular with our boys. However, the recent additions of futsal, touch football and basketball also provided BGS boys with the opportunity to compete physically and mentally while developing the team skills that reflect our values of passion, integrity, accountability and respect. Whether you are a national level competitor, or someone who loves competing, improving and playing with your mates, there were opportunities at BGS for you to be the best you can be. Touring remains a great opportunity for our boys to develop their physical skills, as well as to experience the cultural diversity and growth that is gained through such programs. This year, BGS boys toured New Zealand as part of the Rugby program, and the UK and Europe as part of the Cricket program. Our swimmers also embarked on their inaugural camp in Queensland, while Junior Secondary Footballers undertook preseason training in Queenscliff. BGS parents’ groups continued to provide outstanding support of the boys and the Sports program. With the ongoing encouragement of all of our parents at weekend fixtures, our community is a great place to be on Saturdays. Without the work of coaches and teaching staff, our program could not be the success it is. The incredible amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to give each boy an opportunity to play hard and receive the developmental benefits that sport offers young men is a reflection of the great staff we have at the School. With the programs in place to support the development of all BGS boys, the hard work of BGS staff and coaches, and the continued support of our parents, we can again look forwards to our boys experiencing the diverse range of successes that playing sport offers young men. Luke Stewart Director of Sport

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N A I R O T C I V D N A L NATIONA S E V I T A T N REPRESE The following boys represented Australia or the School in international level competitions throughout the year:

Cricket – Josh Finkelstein, Henry Pearson

Hockey – Brad Marais, Craig Marais

Hockey – Brad Marais, Craig Marais

Sailing – Ethan O’Brien, Devan Nicholls, James Provis, Lachie

Ice Hockey – AJ Harris, Aidan McDonald,

Caldwell, Oscar Cowling, Matty Goss, Jackson Crawshaw

Diving – Luca Jarvis Football – Darby Hipwell

Rugby – Jarryd Prins, Frank Ralogaivau

The following boys represented Victoria or the School at state level competitions throughout the year:

Sailing – Ethan O’Brien, Devan Nicholls, James Provis,

Athletics – Aaron Leferink, Tristan Scheirs, Jackson Sweet, Cameron Hathway, Vuna Ofahengaue, Tristan Orb, Oliver Goodger, Kyle Verbunt, Kai Vivian, Joshua Finkelstein, Jonah Campigli, Ben Sullivan, Caden Arnold, Cameron Hathway, Lucas Wright, Christopher Valcanis, Ben Fisher, Sam Fitzgerald, Ed Hutchison, Jody Cripps, Sebastian Naccarella, Jake Ring, Luca New, Harvey O’Sullivan, Harrison Gibbins, Seb Khan, Edward Mitrevski, Will Rattray, Kyle Roos, Harry George, Elden Zeng, Lenny Hofmann, Cade Segar, Jerry Zheng

Snowsports – Will Middlemiss, Thomas Bartels, Noah Jones,

Basketball – Hayden Mitchell

Triathlon – Charlie Lamont

Cross Country – Sam Flockart, Ollie Goodger, Charlie

Tennis – Connor Hipwell

Paterson, Harry Penwright, Hugo Ritchie, Kyle Verbunt, Xavier Hendy, James Capp, Charlie Schwerdt, Lachlan Brooks, Maxim Christodoulou, Charlie Lamont, Lincoln Zhang, Hugo Richey, Harrison Gibbins

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Lachie Caldwell, Oscar Cowling, Matty Goss, Mitch Dow

Soccer – Campbell Dovison, Kai Adachi, Cade Segar

Martin Kulesza, Will McAllister, Jack Wyss, Reece Smart, Daniel Smith, Harry Wright, Flynn Cooper, Harrison Thom, Ethan Gendala, Max Nannes, Jake Ring, Angus Beaton, Christian Field, Archer Hallinan, Hudson Hallinan, Harrison Charlton, Toby Jones, Max Mailing, Martin Yang, Alex Rekusz, Angus Beaton, Christian Field, Archer Hallinan, Hudson Hallinan

Swimming – Lachie Jackett-Simpson, Luke Matthews, Harry

Preston, Ewan Smith, Billy Pearson

Touch Football – Harrison Boys, Josh Le Grice, Harry Mathews, Lennox Amatruda, Cam Berry, James Chand, Hamish Dick, Dom Lynch, Jake Turner, Oscar Buscombe Harry Reynolds, Kai Weight, Harry George, Thomas Louw, Tom Hollway


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The Year 5 team were an enthusiastic squad who supported each other. Required to take charge of their matches, they developed great independence. Opposition schools commented on the high levels of sportsmanship showed by the BGS boys. Congratulations to Charlie Sabin (Most Outstanding Player) and Frank Wu (Best Team Player). The Year 6 group comprised a diverse range of abilities. Both the Red and the Blue teams won the majority of their matches. The boys demonstrated a willingness to give of their very best and showed admirable sportsmanship. As they immersed themselves in the games, they all grew in confidence and competence. Congratulations to Andrew McGregor (Most Outstanding Player) and Alastair Liddle (Best Team Player) for the Blue team; and Jerry Zheng (Most Outstanding Player) and Gabriel Pozo (Best Team Player) for the Red team. David Turner, Year 5 Badminton Coach Fr Chester Lord and Monica Le Couteur, Year 6 Badminton Coaches

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adminton YearS 7 and 8 B Led by Oscar Lo and Terence Wang, the Year 7 and 8 badminton team displayed excellent sportsmanship and teamwork throughout 2018. The boys developed their skills and team results were consistently positive. The boys’ hard work and determination at training and their support for one another paid off. After six rounds of competition, they remained undefeated, winning by convincing margins in the majority of cases. The team’s dedication was always evident – players such as Jevons Wang, Allen Wu and Aaron Hung-Dunnet came to every training session, even when rostered off. For Year 8, Marcus Sorensen and Dylan Roberts were the most improved players, and Hugo Mintrom was the best team player. In Year 7, Fedya Konochuk was most improved and William Sun was the best team player. Linda Chen Teacher in Charge, Years 7 and 8 Badminton


Years 9 to 12 Badminton 1sts The 2017-18 season was filled with success and change. After the departure of longtime coach Nelly Stratton, we welcomed the expertise of new head coach De Diep. Through rigorous methods and training, the team demonstrated vast improvements throughout the season. We not only challenged top teams in the competition, often losing by just one or two games, but we also finished one position higher than in the previous year.  The introduction of a number of younger players also suggests that the 1sts will only improve from here. Four Year 9 boys fitted seamlessly into the team, joined by young talent Victor Luo (also Year 9), who played the season as the 4th seed singles player and 2nd seed doubles. Other valuable players were David Li, Jimmy Gui and Johnson Shen, who always gave their best and achieved notably high win rates.  Kei Hirasedo Captain of Badminton

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t e k c i r C Junior School 2018 saw a very enthusiastic group of Year 5 boys take up cricket in the Junior School, as well as a passionate group of returning Year 6 boys. It was rewarding to see the enjoyment on the faces of every Year 5 boy as they experienced APS Sport for the first time. Performances improved each week as the boys learnt the intricacies of cricket. The 5A Most Outstanding Player was Hamish Featherston, whose allround abilities were a real strength of the team, whilst Cooper Ballantine was awarded Best Team Player for his continued positivity and focus throughout the season. For the 5B Team, Jake Charlton proved to be a skilful batsman and was awarded Most Outstanding Player, while Bailey Mulhall was Best Team Player. The 6A cricket team participated in some excruciatingly close matches over the season, with one game ending in a tie, and another in a one-run loss. Charlie Wood, whose efforts with the bat and ball were at a consistently high level, was awarded Most Outstanding Player, whilst the leadership skills of Hugh Hasker earnt him Best Team Player honours. Lachie Roberts (6B Red) and Gus Calder (6B Blue) were awarded Most Outstanding Player for their respective teams, while Lucas Hiscock (6B Red) and Seb Khan (6B Blue) took out the Best Team Player awards. To say that all of the coaches are proud of the boys would be an understatement. At every training and during every match, they displayed considerable sportsmanship, effort, and most importantly, a commitment to continually improve. David Turner and Paul Gurry Luke Fensling and Dean Bryan Year 5 Cricket Coaches, Year 6 Cricket Coaches

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YEARs 7-8

Despite a short Term 1 season, The Year 7 boys quickly adapted to APS Saturday Sport. While not a large squad, our two teams improved throughout the season in a hotly contested competition. The boys regularly came up against some very tall opposition, and while they lacked the size to bowl that extra 10kph, they proved to be a skillful squad and no doubt will only continue to improve. Healthy numbers in Year 8 resulted in three strong teams being entered. After a successful 2017, the boys again did well with bat and ball at all levels, despite injuries to key players and some changing sports during offseason. A large number of this squad have committed to playing cricket for the long-term, which should equate to a very fruitful next four seasons. Once again, our young Old Boy coaches led the way with their wealth of APS cricket experience. Hugh Hamilton, Rohan Martin, Hugo Butler, Matt Balmer, George Fry, Sam Ryan and Declan Adams all have the unique ability to bond with boys of this age, while Ryan Barnett’s organisation of the Year 8 group was again instrumental in their success. Tim Marshall Cricket Coordinator (7–8)

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Now in its thirtieth year, the tri-annual BGS Cricket Tour offers boys the opportunity to play cricket in the United Kingdom and to experiencing many great European historical and cultural sites. In June, 26 boys from Years 9 to 11, plus four intrepid staff, landed in a Scottish heatwave to play George Watson’s College. From there, we travelled down through mainland England, playing at Sedbergh School (established in the 1500s!), the King’s School, Worcester, the Hampton School, Wellingborough School and the Skinners’ School. Along the way we played matches against Bristol Cricket Club and went on our traditional tour of Lord’s, where the boys also conducted a training session. Once the cricket side of the tour was completed, the boys ventured to France and Belgium, where they were able to live history at the beach in Dunkirk and hear the last post played at Menin Gate. For many, the highlight of the tour was the visit to Villers-Bretonneux War Memorial on the Western Front. The boys saw the names of those that had fallen there, including those that had attended Brighton Grammar. Some boys were honoured to find the names of relatives immortalised on the walls of other memorials where we stopped. We ended the tour in Paris for Bastille Day and in the midst of World Cup Soccer fever. Apart from having a great time with their mates, the boys had been challenged physically, mentally and socially, and had come a long way along their journey of development into young men. Another magnificent BGS Cricket Tour!

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The 2017/18 season provided plenty of opportunities for boys of all levels to improve their cricket. Specialist coaching provided Junior Secondary boys with development chances. In particular, the boys were privileged to have BGS Old Boy and Victorian Representative Will Pucovski providing regular coaching and feedback. 1st coach Stu Clark, Nathan Murphy and George Fry also ran specialist sessions aimed at improving the skills of every boy. Solid seasons from the likes of Josh Finkelstein and Moe Spencer in the 7As, along with the continued development of Henry Pearson and Callum Health among others, showed there is much to look forward to from our young guns in future seasons. Similarly, Josh Badge, Brendan Riddell, Ryan Agg and Lachie Zissis all had highlights in their Year 9 season. Boys from Year 9 through to Year 12 represented the School in 1st XI cricket throughout the season. The 10As lost a number of key players to the 1st team, such was the strength of their own individual performances. Ultimately, the 1st XI finished 9th, with two first innings victories under Coach Stuart Clark. A highlight was the outright victory over Carey Grammar, led by the brilliant leg-spin of Jonty Leadbeater, who took 8/13 in the second innings of that game. Jonty had a wonderful season, winning both batting and bowling awards as well as the McPhee Medal, and being selected for the APS combined team. Other standout performances included Ben Pryor’s magnificent century in the School’s win over Geelong College. Jack Munnings’ off-spin proved consistently hard to handle, while Michael Fitzgerald’s form with the bat indicated that his selection was long overdue once the two-day games began. Ned Bellmaine and Adam Oulton both toiled hard in their final year of BGS Cricket, with Adam having a fine second half of the season with the new ball.

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ROWING The critical values of the Tonners’ Rowing program in 2018 were teamwork, sportsmanship and work ethic.

We rowed and stood on the bank, demonstrating these values. The Tonners are not defined by the result of one crew – that is not how we operate. We have many reasons to celebrate. It was an outstanding season. As a club, we achieved the best results in the 18 years at Nagambie. With the 1st, 2nd and 3rd VIII all in second place and three of our Year

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10 crews all in A finals. We have never had so many Skelton and Cooper boats in the top six. The success of the club is measured in growth in numbers. This year we introduced Year 8 rowing and were able to grow our club by another 20 boys whom we hope will continue through and contribute to the Tonners’ future legacy.

We welcomed Nick Lloyd to the club. His addition has provided me time to focus on the program and allowed a high performance coach to focus on leading the crew’s. Thanks to the Meliora Club, which plays a huge role in supporting BGS Rowing, and to the many parents who have supported the boys. I hope that this experience has helped your son develop further in his journey at BGS.


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DIVING A number of new boys joined the diving program this year, which was exciting for all. Our core divers, led by captain Luca Jarvis, had a fine year, finishing 5th overall on APS finals night. Luca himself performed spectacularly throughout the year, culminating in a 1st place in the U16A competition on finals night. Callum Bond and Ethan Gendala continued to develop well, finishing top three in many lead-up events and both earning 4th places in their age groups on finals night. Veteran Nik Rathmayr again dived brilliantly in his last APS finals night, winning 2nd place in the Open A division. Despite competing in various other sports for BGS, Nik has always put up his hand to compete on finals night and a silver medal was a fitting result for a great servant of BGS Diving. Young guns Tommy Keyte, Charlie Paterson and Luca Dixon all learned quickly and competed well on finals night. It will be exciting to see these boys develop their diving skills in coming seasons. With a relatively large number of boys now in the program, we have an opportunity to continue to develop our skills, challenge ourselves to beat our personal bests every week and, hopefully, reap the rewards on finals night. A huge thanks to our coach Monica Fly for her work with the boys over the season. Luke Stewart Director of Sport

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Sailing Without a doubt, this has been the most successful season ever for sailing at BGS – not just in terms of results, but also in participation levels. For the second year in a row, BGS had three teams competing at the School Team Sailing State Championships. For the first time, the BGS 1st Sailing team won the School Team Sailing Championships, and completed a clean sweep of all the major trophies for the 2017/18 season, including the John Middleton Trophy for the second year in a row. This success was consistent throughout Term 4 and Term 1, with only three races lost across all the Saturday regattas, and culminated in a clean sweep of 13 wins and 0 losses at the School State Championships. Following the success at the State Championships, the 1st team qualified for the 2018 School Team Sailing Nationals, held at Blairgowrie in July. The team had mixed results in the qualifying series, but managed to scrape into the finals in 8th place. The strong winds on the last day provided the boys with confidence and we found ourselves in the top four. Losing out to the eventual winners in the semifinal, BGS finished the Nationals in 4th position – the highest place ever achieved by any Victorian school in the Team Sailing Nationals. The 1st team was invited to the Interdominion School Team Sailing Championships, a regatta featuring the top three schools from Australia and New Zealand, in September. This was an awesome way for the departing Year 12s to finish their time

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representing BGS. Overall, the team competed really well in an extremely high standard of racing, placing 5th and contributing to the first Australian win in the Interdominions on New Zealand soil. The 2nd and 3rd teams also had a successful season, with strong placings throughout the Saturday regattas, and 6th and 3rd placings respectively in their divisions at the School State Championships. These

results are fantastic, and represent the hard work and improvement that was displayed by these boys. Although we have three boys from the 1st team leaving after this season, I am certain the success will continue with such a group of talented young sailors coming through the ranks. Ethan O’Brien Captain of Sailing

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g n i m m i w S YEARS 5 and 6 APS Swim Team

Swimming in Term 1 was full of fun and some success. Boys responded and certainly benefitted from the expert training by Nick Findeisen on Monday afternoons. The weekly meets were mixed – some individual and some relays. Individual meets allowed boys to challenge themselves to achieve personal bests; however, the relay races seemed to encourage the boys to swim even faster for their team. Such was the talent and determination of our Year 6A and B Relay Teams that they hardly lost a race this year. They set a wonderful example for the Year 5s. Congratulations to Kyle Roos (Year 6) and Cooper Chilcott (Year 6) for winning the Most Outstanding Swimmer award and Hugh Langdon (Year 6) and Charles Williams (Year 5) for receiving the Best Team Swimmer award. 

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OL SECONDARY SCHO The Brighton Grammar Swim Team started the year with a training camp on the Gold Coast. Under the guidance of our coaches Nicholas Findeisen and Jason Cooper, along with BGS representatives Tim Marshall and Scott Davies, the team used the time to build on their skills, engage in team-building and enjoy the local theme parks. Co-Captains Charlie Hayes and James Dickson were selected to provide support throughout the season to our team of 49 boys. The season started well with a win against Melbourne Grammar and Geelong Grammar. Saturday fixtures are crucial in developing the team and exposing some of our younger boys to the excitement of APS competition. Over the course of the season, the boys experienced a variety of individual and relay events. The APS Finals are the highlight of the competition, and the BGS Swim Team produced some very impressive individual and team performances. It was encouraging to have so many Brighton Grammar students, families and staff attend the evening and support our competitors. Of particular note in the relay competition was a 1st place in the U16 4x50m Butterfly Relay and podium positions in the U16 4x50m Backstroke, the U16 4x50m Medley and the U17 4x50m Breastroke Relays. Stand-out individual results were recorded by Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, with a 2nd place in the U16 50m Freestyle and an outstanding 1st place in the U16 100m Freestyle. Max Kortge finished 3rd in the U15 50m Freestyle and Ewan Smith was runner-up in the U16 50m Butterfly. Ewan Smith, Harry Preston and Lachlan JackettSimpson are to be congratulated on their selection for the APS Representative Swimming Team based on their times on the night. During the year, Lachlan also represented Victoria at the School Swimming Championships in Hobart and the State Teams in Canberra, where he swam personal bests. A huge thank you to our wonderful parents for supporting the boys at training and fixtures and for the much appreciated Thursday morning barbeque breakfasts. Thanks also to Luke Stewart for his assistance and support of the program. Particular thanks to Karlie Jackett-Simpson for her organisation and coordination behind the scenes. With swimmer numbers growing, and having additional resources such as the Annandale Strength and Conditioning Centre at our fingertips, we look forward to continuing to build the culture and performance of our team as we move into the 2019 season and beyond. Alison Wigg and Sean Bryant Teachers in Charge, Swimming GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Tennis JUNIOR School The Junior School Tennis squad proved to be a hardworking, competitive and positive group of players. They worked hard in training to refine their craft, with a particular focus on volleying and serving, and once games started, the boys challenged themselves to apply these skills in the true spirit of competition. Of our Year 5 boys, due to his talent and skill demonstrated on court, the award for Most Outstanding Player went to Charlie Sabin, while Best Team Player was awarded to Sammy Regelman for his enthusiasm and encouragement of others.  For our Year 6 boys, season highlights included their Round 1 victory over Melbourne Grammar and a few other come-from-behind triumphs, whilst the more difficult clashes reinforced the team’s need to improve on the finer points. No matter the skill level of the opposition, the BGS boys always enjoyed the chance to take on other APS schools and won several matches throughout the season. Stuart Thompson and Jacqui Stenniken Stuart Thompson and Hamish Leahy Year 5 Tennis Coaches, Year 6 Cricket Coaches

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It’s been another positive season for our tennis players, with some outstanding results. The 1st VIII completed a highly successful season, with Connor Hipwell (Captain) and Daniel Abbott (Vice Captain) leading their team with distinction. The team won their first five matches to lead the competition at the halfway point, but three close defeats in the run home saw them finish the season in 5th position. Connor was again the BGS Champion and represented the APS team as Vice Captain. Places in the 2nd VIII were keenly contested, with great depth in the playing list that translated to considerable success on court and only three losses for the season. Max Purcell won the Most Valuable Player award – well-deserved given the talent in the squad. The remaining Open teams performed well, with more wins than losses. The 10A team had a stellar season, playing consistently well, and ended the season with only one loss. Evan Best was the Most Valuable Player. The 10B and 10D teams, coached by Kylie Rose and Graeme Harris, improved significantly throughout the season. The 10B boys almost managed an undefeated season, and the two 10D teams registered some impressive wins. Year 9 Tennis found the going tough, with fierce opposition at every turn; the A team was particularly unlucky not to win more matches. Some boys in the B and C teams were new to the sport, but improved significantly during the season. David Canta was the Most Valuable Player. The 8A squad had their share of success, with Matthew Bates and Harry Llewellyn sharing the Most Valuable Player award. The 8B team inflicted a couple of crushing defeats and the 8C Team lost only one match. Many of the C squad showed distinct promise, as they continued to learn the fundamentals of the game. The Year 7 teams performed well in their first season of APS tennis and showed very positive signs for the future. Dan Whitson was Most Valuable Player for the Year 7s, and his 7A team performed creditably. The 7B and 7C1 and 2 teams showed distinct progress in both technique and match play, under the tutelage of their respective coaches. Thanks to our players, supporters and coaches for their dedication to developing BGS Tennis. Peter Furey Head of Tennis GRAMMARIAN 2018

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TABLE TENNIS Year 5 The Year 5 group started the season with a diversity of experience and skills. Through sharp focus and dogged determination, along with an assortment of drills, the boys quickly became more confident and competent, both as individual players and in teams. This investment paid off. We won the majority of our matches and always presented our opponents with a genuine challenge. Each boy encouraged, supported and assisted their respective teammates. It was wonderful to observe all players continuing to get stronger throughout the season. Jesse Lacey was the Most Outstanding Player and Huw Thomas was the Best Team Player. We finished the season with a general sense of achievement and high performance. Chester Lord Year 5 Table Tennis Coach

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Year 6 The enthusiasm and effort displayed by the Year 6 team during training and matches was rewarded by continual improvement each week. Jerry Zheng received Most Outstanding Player; not only did he perform well, but his leadership was evident every week. Max Brownbill was the recipient of Best Team Player for his exceptional sportsmanship and teamwork. The team enjoyed a successful season and the boys are to be commended on their organised, positive and focused approach, and on representing BGS with pride and passion. Monica Le Couteur Year 6 Table Tennis Coach


Cross Country JUNIOR SCHOOL 2018 saw Cross Country participation numbers increase, which was indicative of the strength of the Year 5 and 6 boys, who were again fortunate to secure the coaching assistance of Old Boy and former Cross Country Captain, Jack Bullock. His knowledge and encouragement were greatly appreciated. Trainings took place at the Brighton Foreshore, as well as the Crowther Oval and Mitchell Oval. Using stopwatches in training allowed for the boys’ natural competitiveness to take hold and produced challenging training sessions, giving the boys confidence to push through pain in their races.

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A small group of boys set their sights on three major events this season: the state championships, the road relays and the Junior Secondary Cross Country event. These events gave our cross country runners the opportunity to work as teams, as well as providing opportunities for boys outside the sport to run at high levels for the School.

The Junior School team was well led by Hugo Richey, Ayden Roos and Kyle Roos, who consistently finished in the first five placings. Felix Wolfe showed great spirit and was awarded Best Team Runner for Year 6. In the Year 5 group, Lewis Porteous trained hard to improve his running, while Billy Burgess continually inspired and encouraged the boys in the middle of the pack and was rewarded with Best Team Runner for Year 5.

In a great start to the season, the BGS boys finished 5th in the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships. The team of Sam Flockart, James Capp, Stirling Findlay and Max Kortge performed exceptionally well in a field of more than 50 schools. Tom Banfield also participated in an U18 composite team that finished in the top 10 in their age group.

The final two meets of the season were relays (1km legs). These proved a highlight for many boys, who enjoyed running as part of a team.

The boys followed this success by performing extremely well at the Cross Country State Championships in mid-June. It was a tough course and the boys had to overcome wind, hills and cold temperatures. The

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highlight was the U14 team, who were the second fastest in the state and earned a silver medal. Oliver Goodger (20th), Hugo Richey (30th) Charlie Paterson (49th) and Harry Penwright (99th) were all part of the medalwinning team. The Junior Secondary event provided strong competition. The BGS Year 7s came 7th, with Ollie Goodger and Charlie Paterson finishing 13th and 14th respectively. For the Year 8s, who finished 5th, Hudson Augustini (12th) and Jonah Campigli (16th) performed best. The fact that so many boys from outside the sport took up the challenge to run was a source of great support for the Cross Country team. The pre-season goal to target key events for high-level performers as well as focusing on running for fitness and health was significant for our runners. The rewards – in terms of medals, group success and the ongoing achievement of personal bests – were great. A special thankyou to Andrea Bramwell for all her hard work and support during the season. Mark Dowley Teacher in Charge, Cross Country

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JUNIOR School Year 5 The whistles blows, signalling time for yet another great game of touch football! It was incredible to see how much the Year 5s improved their skills and abilities throughout the term. For many boys, touch football was a new sporting experience, so extra time was needed to help them learn and understand the technical aspects of the game. The boys quickly learnt that touch football is a team sport and to be successful, it is crucial to be there for your teammates. In the 5A team, Ned Bailey received Most Outstanding Player for his tremendous speed and skill, and Daniel Cameron received Best Team Player for his tireless running and support of teammates. Kylan Thompson, who displayed great skill and knowledge of the game, was awarded Most Outstanding Player in the 5Bs, and for his consistent effort, determination and sportsmanship, Harry Heaselgrave won Best Team Player. Congratulations to all boys on a great season of touch football. Paul Gurry and Jacqui Stenniken Year 5 Touch football Coaches

Year 6 Touch football proved to be a popular choice among Year 6 boys in 2018, with three teams entered into the A and B competitions. With Harry George, Thomas Louw and Tom Hollway being selected to represent Team Vic at the Touch football National Championships, it was clear that BGS would have some strength

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in the A team. However, the depth across the three teams was even more impressive. The boys’ willingness to work on the basics of the game in training meant that on game day, our teams were very difficult to beat. There were only four losses combined for the three teams for the season, reflecting the supportive, teamoriented and inclusive style of the

boys. Harry George, Lachie Roberts and Josh Watters were awarded the Most Outstanding Player awards for the 6A and two 6B teams respectively. Charlie Wood, Will Kissane and Jem Spicer proved to be terrific ‘team men’, collecting the Best Team Players Awards. Ben Ryan and Hamish Leahy Year 6 Touch Football Coaches


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It was a historic year for Brighton Grammar’s Touch Football teams, with the Senior boys crowned Victorian Schools Touch Football League Division 1 and 2 Champions and the Years 7 and 8 sides finishing 2nd and 3rd in the Eastern division of the State Touch Football Schools Championship. More than 100 students played Touch Football at BGS in 2018, with three Senior Secondary sides and six Junior Secondary teams competing. The First VI won their first Division 1 title since 2014 and the Second VI won the Division 2 title for the first time, with the Third VI reaching the quarterfinal of the same competition. The Senior squad had been superb all season, with new players pushing the more experienced members of the squad to improve, ensuring a competitive environment at training. They deserved their success this year, with each player’s commitment and love for the game evident throughout the season. The Junior Secondary School Touch Football program continues to produce and develop very talented players. The squad played six rounds during the regular season, including games against Xavier College, Haileybury College and St Kevin’s. The Junior Secondary squad has set some solid foundations for the future success of the Secondary School Touch Football program. Anthony Keane and Rob Hanley Teachers in Charge, Touch Football GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Hockey JUNIOR School Year 5 The team had a very successful undefeated season and worked extremely hard to develop their skills and teamwork. Considering that only one boy had previous hockey experience, the group did well and improved each week through sound defensive play, a reliable midfield and an attacking forward line. Harvey Newstead was the recipient of the Most Outstanding Player Award and Harry Denning received the Best Team Player Award. Stuart Thompson Year 5 Hockey Coach

Year 6 This season, the Year 6 Hockey team trained tirelessly together ‘As One’ to develop a better understanding of the basics of the game. With a determination to play ‘the BGS way’, the more experienced players worked closely with boys playing hockey for the first time to develop their skills. Led by Hugh Hasker’s brilliant strikes, Lachlan Lewis and Charlie Wood’s ceaseless running and James Tan and Marcus Prins in defence, the team always put on a solid performance. Although there were some heartbreaking losses early in the season, the boys kept their heads high and continued to train hard. This positive approach was rewarded with a dominant (and well-deserved) 3–1 victory over Scotch in our last game. Luke Fensling Year 6 Hockey Coach

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The 2018 season was one of great reward for BGS Hockey. We fielded two teams across Years 7/8, two at Yeara 9/10 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, where we again had great numbers across all teams. This clinic has become a staple for our BGS Hockey boys, as they continue to work together to improve skills and their love of the game. Our other staple was the MGS Cup, where BGS again played finals; our boys didn’t win but it was a terrific launch into season 2018. The 1st XI continued their great form once the season got underway. We finished 4th overall, playing finals, winning three games and drawing four from our 10 fixtures, including a draw against undefeated premiers Carey. Other outstanding achievements for the year included Brad and Craig Marais’ selection for the Australian Youth Olympics in Argentina – an amazing reflection of the talents of these boys. Niklas Loyke and Oscar Rochanakij played for the APS team against the AGS. The BGS team of the season was awarded to the Year 7/8 Bs and the most improved team was the 9/10Bs. It was great to see this level of development in all areas of the sport. Thanks to Senior Coaches Pat Sanders and Josh Bretherton for their leadership of the program, as well as to our parents’ group, the Wicks Club, for their unbelievable support at games and behind the scenes. Luke Stewart Director of Sport

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YEars 5 and 6 The 5A football team worked hard throughout the season to improve all aspects of their game, displaying good teamwork and sportsmanship. The season highlight was a hard-fought 7-point victory against Burke Hall, who had beaten BGS comfortably earlier in the season. The team improved their efforts in retaining possession, running to space in attack and maintaining defensive structures. Jody Cripps won the Most Outstanding Player award and Arty Woodward received the Best Team Player award. Despite the lack of success, all members of 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. Jesse Lacey won the Most Outstanding Player award and Kylan Thompson received the Best Team Player award. The Year 6A team had a highly successful year, going through the season with a 6–1 win–loss record. Highlights included a courageous win over Xavier to begin the season, followed by a number of close games in which our boys came out on top. The single loss of the year came as camp decimated our squad, leaving us with only 12 of the regular 22. The boys learnt a lot from this game and some of the B players were given the opportunity to play at the top level. A number of players had great seasons, particularly midfielders Zac Travers

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and Josh Watters, backmen Harry Pollock and Lenny Hofmann, and forwards Seb Khan and Harry Newett. The 6B team displayed a determined approach to each game. While there were some impressive wins and some close losses, it was the way in which the boys played that was most impressive. Passion, integrity and teamwork where evident in every game. The hard running work of Lachie

and Angus Roberts, Harry George, Seb Glassel and Aidan Williams, and the courage consistently displayed by Hugo Kepper, Marcus Prins and Tom Hollway, were highlights of the season. Stuart Thompson and Paul Gurry Hamish Leahy and Luke Fensling Year 5 Football Coaches Year 6 Football Coaches


YEArs 7 and 8 Strong numbers were again at the forefront of our Junior Secondary Football campaign, as 106 boys donned the red and blue for Season 2018. The coaching team assembled was also particularly strong. 1st XVIII past-player Paddy Inglis steered the 7B team while proud Old Boy Nathan Murphy managed a development coach role around his Collingwood playing commitments. Travis Hopgood again led the 8A team and was joined by 1st XVIII dual-premiership hero Christian Carnovale, who steered his beloved 8Bs for a second consecutive year. The season commenced with 55 boys from both year levels travelling to Queenscliff for the inaugural Junior Secondary Football Preseason Camp. This three-day event focused on football, fitness and friendship, culminating in a visit to Andrew McGrath’s Essendon headquarters at Tullamarine. Our Year 7 squad proved that what they lack in height, they make up for with heart and a deep-seated hunger for the ball. A particularly close squad, they often enjoyed playing and supporting each other in back-to-back games on the Crowther Oval. After a barnstorming 2017, our highly talented Year 8 squad enjoyed a great deal more on-field success. Our 8B team was again elevated into the ‘A’ divisions after early-season domination, and our 8A team only lost one match all year. The boys’ loss to St Kevin’s was the first defeat in their BGS careers to date, and their ability to use it as a learning opportunity and remain undefeated from thereon says a lot about their attitude and drive. The wonderful support of the Dalziel Club was again appreciated, with free training shirts supplied for all players. Tim Marshall Junior Secondary Football Coordinator and 7A Football Coach

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1st XVIII BGS 1st XVIII – a team that has built such a huge reputation over many years but especially the last five. A little Bayside school, now with a reputation as one of the country’s strongest school sport competitors. Now that we’ve won three premierships in a row (2014, 2015 and 2016), all the other APS schools are out to get us and it is great because week in, week out we get to play all the schools at their best. Our first game this year was on the wide wings of Scotch College, where we went down narrowly. Our new players experienced first-hand the step up to APS Australian Rules Football. We had some great wins over the next few games, with a Friday afternoon blockbuster at Caulfield Grammar and then a huge game at Geelong College. During both games, the first-year players stepped up to take over this team. Feeling good about our start, we came up against the skilled teams at Carey and Haileybury, and then the pride game at Melbourne Grammar’s sporting fields – all close games but no cigar. Another trip down to Geelong, playing Grammar this time, and we were back on the winners’ list with a magnificent team performance. We were in every game this year bar the one against St Kevin’s, in which the attack was relentless. The last two weeks were our best games for the year: a hard-fought win against Wesley and then Xavier, the early favourites for the flag. Most importantly, we were back on

the home of football, the great Crowther Oval, and running out of the all-new and super impressive Annandale Pavilion. We played our best game for the season and as Captain, I could not have been more proud of the team. Instead of feeling sadness after the loss, I felt comforted by the fact that all 22 blokes that ran out on to the field that day left knowing that they had given their all and applied our ‘no regrets’ mentality. We might not have won the flag in 2018 but we put up a fierce fight every game under the guidance of the great Robert Shaw and his team. It has been an honour to play for the mighty red and blue and the last two years, playing under Mr Shaw, Mr White and Mr Marshall, have been the happiest I have been playing football. Their knowledge and unique understanding of the game have taught us all so much. We may not leave behind a trophy this season but we leave behind a legacy and culture that will remain forever.  Finally, I would like to thank Shawry, one of the greatest school sport coaches in the country. Under Shawry’s leadership, Brighton Grammar has become the leading school in the leading school sporting competition in Australia. Shawry has also made Brighton Grammar renowned with AFL selectors, producing more than one number-one pick plus many first-round and drafted footballers. The success, culture and legacy he has developed and now leaves behind is second to none and we can’t thank him enough for what he has done, not only for the kids he has coached but for the whole of BGS. Thank you, Shawry, and good luck with your future endeavours.  Harry Reynolds First XVIII Captain 2018 GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Rugby years 7-8 For the U13 and U14 boys, the 2018 season began in Anglesea. We used the camp to develop our skills and fitness, and to build team spirit, before the season started. In fact, this was the focus throughout the entire season and it was great to see the boys improve in all three areas. The highlight of the season for the U13 team was winning at Scotch College. The U14 team claimed an outstanding win at Xavier. We had lots of new boys playing the game in 2018 and we look forward to welcoming many more next year.

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years 9-12 This year was marked by the continued growth, development and success of Rugby at BGS. All three senior teams (Under 16s, 2nd XV and 1st XV) experienced on-field success, with both the 1st and 2nd XVs qualifying for the Victorian Schools’ Rugby Union semifinals. This success can be attributed to the hard work of the boys and the preseason tour of New Zealand, which put the boys in a great position for the rest of the season. The Under 16s were blessed with great depth and talent this season. The leadership team – Joel Tyler (Captain) and Flynn Dickson and Max Post (Vice Captains) – did a wonderful job of bringing all of the boys together with a united sense of purpose and belonging. Alec Ciciulla (Best and Fairest) and James Sherborne (Courage Cup winner) should also be recognised, particularly for their efforts on the field. Like the Under 16s, the 1st XV and 2nd XV had strong numbers, comprised of two historically successful year levels. Charlie Hannah’s leadership and mentoring of younger players in the 2nd XV is a credit to him, and those who supported him, clearly contributing to the team’s cohesiveness over the season. The 1st XV leadership team – James Chand (Captain) and Max Markham and Devan Nicholls (Vice Captains) – were outstanding in their management of all players in the club, not just the senior boys. They are to be congratulated for their efforts. Further to the success of our teams and individuals at school-level, we also had two boys represent Victoria. Frank Ralogaivau was selected and played for the Victorian Under 15s, and Joshua Canham (1st XV Best and Fairest) was selected for the Under 18 Victorian Schoolboys’ side, as a bottom-age player. Joshua Moore Head of Rugby GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Soccer JUNIOR School Year 5 The Year 5 teams had a mixed season in terms of the win–loss ratio. Although the A team had plenty of experience, which translated into many wins, a large portion of the B squad were new to soccer. However, what the B team lacked in skill and experience they made up for in spirit, determination and resilience. It was pleasing to see the boys work productively on their skills at practice sessions. The boys with experience impressed with their willingness to teach those teammates who were new to the game about the fundamentals of soccer. Edward Mitrevski and Noah Walton were named Most Outstanding Player and Best Team Player for the A team. Will Bennett and Aydin Illhan collected those awards for the B team. Paul Gurry and Cindy van Dijk Year 5 Soccer Coaches

Year 6 Come rain or shine, the Year 6 soccer teams demonstrated resilience and team spirit. The weather was not always on our side but the teams came together each week to train hard and work on their skills. With such strong players in both the A and B teams, the boys were challenged to work within various team structures throughout the season. Congratulations to Cade Segar and Lucas Hiscock on achieving Most Outstanding Players. Diesel Saleh and Tom Field were also awarded Best Team Players for their efforts in managing team sheets and line-up, fulfilling team captain roles and their exemplary on- and off-field attitudes. Cathy Box and Nick Braddon Year 5 Soccer Coaches

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Training sessions began in Term 1, when all Year 7 and 8 Soccer players participated in development sessions each Friday after school. This is the foundation of our program and to have our senior coaches Kogu Sabaratnam and Jara Dedic running these sessions provides great learning opportunities for the boys and junior coaches alike. The BGS 1st XI also began training early on. With returning players well supported by some new fresh stars, the mood was optimistic. A season highlight was the inaugural APS 1st XI fixture under lights at the Mitchell Oval. A huge crowd of boys, parents and supporters lined the oval as the BGS 1st XI played Melbourne Grammar. In a pulsating game, BGS went 1–0 up early; however, MGS fought back, eventually winning 3–1. Although it wasn’t the result we wanted, Friday night soccer is here to stay at BGS and we look forward to providing all boys with the opportunity to represent the School under lights in the future. Other highlights were wins over Caulfield and Wesley, but our 9th placing was disappointing as the boys were in winning positions in most matches. The 8As were the dominant team in their competition, winning all bar one game, and they were the most consistent team representing BGS across the season. The 9Cs also had an excellent season results-wise, being defeated by only one (the same) team twice. Individual highlights included Cam Dovison and Kai Adachi both being selected to represent Victoria at their age levels and we look forward to watching their progress through the elite soccer pathways program. For many boys, the BGS Soccer program never stops. Soccer continues to be one of the most popular sports played by BGS boys, with 290plus boys representing the School across Years 7 to 12. This is important as BGS Soccer aspires to make the sport accessible, challenging and, above all, fun for elite performers and beginners alike. Luke Stewart Director of Sport GRAMMARIAN 2018

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s t r o p s w Sno BGS Snowsports arguably had their most successful ever season in 2018. Sixty-four boys from Prep to Year 12 took part in the Victorian Interschools Snowsports Championships at Mt Buller, where we placed 3rd in the male secondary division. Of these boys, 26 qualified for the Australian Interschool Snowsports Championships at Perisher, where we placed 8th in the male secondary division. These great results follow on from years of improving successes and are a testament to the dedication of the boys and their supportive parent group. While every boy was integral to the performance of the team, it is worth highlighting some of the outstanding achievements. In Division 6 (Prep–Year 2), Toby Jones, Max Mailing and Harrison Charlton won gold in the Ski Cross, with Toby and Max gaining individual gold and silver respectively. In Division 1 Slopestyle, Michael Jonker, Daniel Abbott and Trent Mailing won gold, with Michael placing 3rd individually. The Division 2 Snowboard team of Flynn Cooper, Reece Smart and Harry Wright placed 1st in Boarder Cross. Will Middlemiss again had an outstanding season, claiming the Victorian title for Division 1 Cross Country Classic skiing. Finally, in the Division 1 (Years 11–12) Alpine Giant Slalom, Martin Kulesza, Daniel Abbott, Noah Jones and Thomas Bartels won gold in the ‘blue ribbon’ event, with Martin placing 3rd individually. This is the first time that a Brighton Grammar team has achieved this outstanding result. Mathew Steed Teacher in Charge, Snowsports

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S C I T E L H T A JUNIOR School Years 5 and 6 With a record 50 boys signed up for athletics as their APS sport in Term 4, the BGS team had a ‘big’ presence at the Sandringham Athletics Track. Weekly training sessions focused on three skills: warm-up routines, sprinting past the finish line and field events. Warm-ups were perfected; routines were established and boys mastered the repetitive actions of A-step, B-step and the grapevine, rivalling the best dance choreography on Broadway. Boys were also challenged to change their mindset and look past the finish line when completing a race. Determination and persistence were in order for our field event training sessions. Everyone was encouraged to try a new event, practise a new skill, jump high, jump long and throw a shot put. Most of the weekly Wednesday meets were held at Sandringham Athletics Track and consisted of the traditional 100m, 200m and relays, with a longdistance event thrown in each week. Boys were particularly keen to improve their 100m times and move up relay teams, based on their personal best results. Year 5 Most Outstanding Athlete was awarded to Jody Cripps, with Luca New taking out Best Team Athlete. Lenny Hoffman received Most Outstanding Athlete and Hugh Langdon was awarded Best Team Athlete in Year 6. Well done to all the boys for pushing themselves to achieve their very best. Cathy Box, Cindy van Dijk and Nick Braddon Years 5 and 6 Athletics Coaches

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This season has been one of progression and development in Athletics, with the boys continuing to build a culture of school spirit and integrity. Athletics is one of the oldest sports at the School, and the boys who choose the sport do so as a service. As a staff member, it is a privilege to work with every Tonner in our Athletics program and I thank them all for their contributions, regardless of whether they were selected for the Finals team. This year, we invited the Junior School boys to join us at different times during the season, particularly those who were preparing for the Primary School Relays. It has been a wonderful experience to involve the whole school community and we look forward to strengthening this in 2019. Our season was punctuated by the APS Senior Finals, held at Lakeside Stadium

on 20 October. After challenging heats, the boys focused on the positives and fought for every point at the Finals. The conditions were cold, wet and windy, and the competition fierce. We finished 5th, with only 5 points between us and Wesley in 3rd place. We congratulate St Kevin’s on their Premiership and Melbourne Grammar on their 2nd place. We did feel disappointed at missing out on 3rd place. However, as Sonia O’Sullivan (our world record holder senior coach) said, “We need to set aside the would-haves and couldhaves, as the boys fought for every last point.” I would like to thank the Year 8 boys who supported us on the day and Travis Hopgood for helping to get them along; it was truly uplifting for our Tonner Athletes to have peers cheering them on. Congratulations go to Vuna Ofahengaue, who recorded a new

APS Record in the U15 Discus with an outstanding throw of 46.58m. Tristan Orb is also commended for winning both the U14 High Jump and U14 Long Jump. Well done also to Jackson Sweet on his immense contribution to the team, which earned him the BF Mathews Perpetual Trophy for the second year in a row. The stage is now set for 2019. I encourage all boys to put up their hand to represent the School – it is an amazing feeling to wear the red and blue on track. I thank our Captain, Will Middlemiss, and Vice Captains, Anthony Evans and Tristan Scheirs, as well as our staff team, including Tom Morehouse, Sonia O’Sullivan, Doug Greenough, Craig Furber, Amy Atchison, Martin Green, Christian Machar, Mitch Hughes, Finn Campigli and Scott Davies. Meg Adem Teacher in Charge, Athletics

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l l a b t e k Bas JUNIOR School Year 5 It was a terrific season for the Year 5 basketballers. All three teams improved their skills and teamwork tremendously. Although the A team was constantly changing due to the large number of boys with A ‘potential’, each week they listened to the feedback and strategies given to them at training, and they worked together as a team on court. Although the scores did not always reflect it, the A team were winners because of their commitment and sportsmanship. Most Outstanding Player was awarded to Charles Williams and Best Team player was Hamish Featherston. Our B team boys were extremely talented and won the majority of their games. The boys worked hard on their rebounds and accuracy, and it paid off! Jarvis Rowe received Most Outstanding Player and Tom Fischer was awarded Best Team Player for his constant support and never-giveup attitude. The improvement of dribbling and defence in the C team was superb. The boys worked hard each week and operated extremely well as a team. Most Outstanding Player was awarded to Luca New, and Ben Ride received Best Team Player. Congratulations to all boys on an excellent season. Jacqui Stenniken and David Turner Year 5 Basketball Coaches

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Year 6 The popularity of basketball as an APS sport continues to grow. This season, we fielded four teams each week during Term 3 in the APS competition. Experience and skill level ranged from those boys who had never played basketball before to those who play in local domestic teams and boys 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. Coaches were impressed with the cohesion of each team and the boys demonstrated

teamwork and team spirit during training and matches. Many match results were close and the boys improved each week. The boys’ sportsmanship was exemplary and every boy can be proud of his commitment and effort. It has been a great season. Most Outstanding Player awards went to Seb Khan (6A), Tom Jorgensen (6B), Hugo Richey (6C) and Ethan Rowe (6D). Best Team Player was awarded to Jem Spicer (6A), Lachie Roberts (6B), Thomas Louw (6C) and Will Kissane (6D). Hamish Leahy and Monica Le Couteur Year 6 Basketball Coaches

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It was great to see the number of teams increase across the Basketball program this year. Our Year 7 and 8 teams had some of their best results in recent years. Our first three Year 7 teams were near unbeatable in their divisions and were subsequently elevated, giving BGS a team in the 7A competition for the first time in years. Despite suffering several injuries, our Year 8 teams were able to remain competitive and pull off some outstanding wins. There were four combined Year 9/10 teams under the guidance of 2014 Old Boy Tyba Murphy as well as Kah Kenn Liew, Louise Piva and Sam Haddon (Year 11). Each team had mixed results throughout the season but enjoyed their basketball and always worked hard to improve. The Open 3rd and 4th teams were coached by 2016 Old Boys Nick Knight and Sam Ryan. Both teams improved their team play and showed considerable improvement throughout the season. The 1st team had a very competitive season in the APS First Division, despite injuries to a number of players. Comprised mostly of Year 10 and 11 boys, the 1sts almost managed to topple eventual premiers Carey Grammar, falling short by just five points – The highlight of the season was their victory against Scotch College, which was a first for BGS in the division. Co-Captains Bradley Hickey and Hayden Mitchell led from the front all season. Hayden was also selected in the APS representative team, capping off a stellar season. Nicole Clark and Cameron Taylor Teachers in Charge, Basketball

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The Year 5 handball team was one of the most relentless teams in the Junior School. Lead each week by the likes of Bowen Ki and Ethan Ambramovich, all members were pushed to their physical limits, running up and down the court like a beep test. The goalkeeper position changed each quarter of each game, but it didn’t matter whether it was Jackson Zhao, Charles Zhao or Zach Mighton in goal, the opposition had great difficulty getting past. Natural defenders Ibuki Sainsbury and Andrew Zhang always knew which way to dive or intercept. They linked well, passing to the forwards – in particular Jerry Mei, who found out towards the end of the term that he had an absolute rocket of a throw. In fact, one of the season’s highlights was Jerry finding the back of the net from half way. The team’s best trait was the chemistry between the members and their will to succeed, even in the hardest situations.

The Year 6 handball teams can be very proud of their efforts this season. They displayed great sportsmanship in both victory and defeat. Boys were able to develop their skills to a high level and implement advanced strategies into their team play. Training sessions included simulated game situations to reinforce patterns of play. Many boys were given an opportunity to captain our sides at various times throughout the season. Each boy carried out his duties with distinction, demonstrating excellent leadership and organisational skills. All boys are to be congratulated for the improvements they made to their individual skill development and team play. Well done to Sam Fanning and Fletcher Hall, who claimed the Most Outstanding Player Awards, and Max Brownbill and Jackson Chen for being awarded Best Team Player for their sides.

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l l a b y e Voll Year 5 The Year 5 volleyball team proved to be a hardworking, dedicated and enthusiastic squad. The boys demonstrated a willingness to listen to advice and apply newly learnt skills. They also showed determination in their play and never gave up no matter what the match score was. They were keen to rise to any challenge. Opposition schools were impressed with the sportsmanship the boys displayed. Congratulations to Charlie Sabin who was the 5A Most Outstanding Player and Bowen Ke who was the 5A Best Team player. Lachlan Avats was awarded 5B Most Outstanding Player and Alex Jin received the 5B Best Team Player. In the 5C team, Most Outstanding Player was awarded to Frank Wu and Best Team Player went to Huw Thomas. David Turner and Jacqui Stenniken Year 5 Volleyball Coaches

Year 6 Volleyball The Year 6 Volleyballers had a very successful season. The teams were focused during training and matches and always displayed excellent teamwork and sportsmanship. Week by week each boy continued to improve. Tom Jorgensen, Will Kissane and Tomas Stewart contributed great skill to their teams, winning the 6A, 6B and 6C Most Outstanding Player Awards respectively. Hugh Langdon, Sam Trainor and Sam Walters played consistently and were excellent role-models and took out the Best Team Player Awards for their teams. There were plenty of wins and losses across the season, however the overall highlight was the way the boys conducted themselves on and off the court. Monica Le Couteur and Chester Lord Year 6 Volleyball Coaches

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O L O P R E T WA JUNIOR School Year 5 A squad of 15 boys attended training and matches, with few having had any previous experience in water polo. The group trained hard throughout the season to improve all aspects of their game, particularly their skill development, fitness, game strategy and team play. Results were mixed across the season but the boys remained competitive in every game. Hamish Featherston won the Most Outstanding Player Award and Charles Williams was the recipient of the Best Team Player Award. Stuart Thompson Year 5 Water Polo Coach

Year 6 This season, the Year 6 boys demonstrated an amazing willingness to listen and learn during our games and training sessions. Lead by the skills of Nicky Robertson, Zach Travers and Harry Pollock, the boys were able to celebrate some outstanding performances but also rued missed chances in some agonisingly close losses. Most importantly, they continued to demonstrate ‘the BGS way’ of excellent sportsmanship and support of their mates. Marnix Ferwerda, Gus Calder and James Tan demonstrated brilliant team spirit and leadership across the season. Luke Fensling Year 6 Water Polo Coach

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BGS had a mixed year in water polo. The 1st team won three of their seven games but were competitive in all, never scoring fewer than 4 goals in a game and averaging 6. James Dixon led the team superbly, scoring regularly and defending well. Nick Adams, Charlie Hayes and Finn Estella continued to work hard each week as our Year 12 leaders. The future looks good, as the 2nd team was made up of Year 11 players, and eight Years 9–11 boys played regularly in the 1sts. Our experiences this year should help us climb the ladder from a respectable 5th overall. Thanks to Carl Zvekan for coaching and running training each week, and for providing guidance to the 2nds. A special thanks to the parents who drove the boys to games, often late on a Friday, and for providing breakfast at training, ably led by Sam Paynter. David Liddle Teacher in Charge, Water Polo

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y b l i b 3 C EL The scientists This year, the Bilby boys took a great interest in science. We learnt about volcanoes, watching a video then making our own volcano in the sandpit using baking soda, dye and vinegar. The boys learnt where lava comes from and that it turns to rock when it cools down. The boys witnessed cause and effect during the psychedelic milk experiment, mixing dishwashing liquid with milk and dye, which caused the dye to swirl. We then visited the science lab where the boys had some hands-on experience with a frog and a water dragon. We learnt what a water dragon eats and watched it have breakfast. The boys also participated in science experiences. It was great to see the boys develop their curiosity and gain skills and confidence in asking questions and solving problems. Megan Gibbs ELC3 Bilby Teacher

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T A B M O ELC 3 W Magpie investigations Our magpie investigation all started after reading the Indigenous Australian book Mad Magpie. I showed the boys the magpie nest in the tree at the front of the ELC, and it wasn’t long before the boys started seeing our BGS magpies everywhere. The boys wanted to know more, and through the use of technology, they started to discuss colours and patterns. Patterning is such an important skill for young children to learn, because it shows they are already thinking

mathematically. The boys contributed a patterned feather to add to our collaborative art project. Our inquiry also led us to investigate nests, magpie habitats and behaviours such as swooping. There is always something interesting happening in nature. We’ve learnt that you simply need to stop, look and appreciate. Jess Kenny ELC 3 Wombat Teacher GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Dinner time

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The night session Our annual night session had finally arrived. We began with a brief run through of what the night entailed, then the boys were off! With glowing torches, they excitedly explored their room looking under tables and interacting with the various activities on the tables. The glow sticks were a big hit, with each boy proudly parading their own glow stick as they explored the outside garden. The race was on as the boys hunted for nocturnal animals in the darkness under the stars. The night session

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concluded with the boys gathering around the campfire toasting marshmallows and sharing spooky stories. This experience allowed the boys to gain a greater understanding of the world they live in and the infinite space that surrounds our planet. It was an opportunity for the boys to share ideas and work collaboratively as part of a group. Melissa Manaras ELC4 Bandicoot Teacher


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ELC 4 Y B A L L A W Beach reflections I am so proud of our Wallaby ‘wanderers’ for the way they have embraced our regular beach adventures this year. Rain, hail or shine, the boys eagerly donned their small backpacks containing morning tea and water, and headed out of the building and down Grosvenor Street.

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We enlisted the help of some of the parents and also opened this up to other school staff we thought might be interested in the outdoor learning at this level.

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As the weeks went on, we went further along the beach. We even made it to Greens Point on a couple of occasions. The boys climbed, slipped, jumped, rolled, hid, chatted, observed, learned, and, most importantly, laughed. Developing a true sense of connection to land is vital for the future custodians of our planet. These 20 boys now truly ‘own’ Brighton Beach. Kathy Pitt ELC4 Wallaby Teacher GRAMMARIAN 2018

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PREP It’s been a jam-packed year for the Prep boys, who have navigated their first year of school with ease.

Scott Bowen and Peter Tellefson at the 100 Days of Prep celebration

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They participated in a plethora of activities for the first time – from House athletics and Book Week dress-ups to learning to read and write. The 100 Days of Prep celebration was an important milestone that gave the boys an opportunity to reflect on how far they’d come over the sixmonth period. The boys celebrated by participating in 100-themed activities, including building a tower using 100 blocks, ordering 100 objects, and writing about what they would be doing when age 100. The boys also made a, ‘100 days smarter’ crown, which they wore with pride. At the boys’ first ever Outdoor Education experience, they tried canoeing and went for a whole-class bushwalk, where they were lucky to spot a range of birds and wildlife. Most boys fell asleep on the bus ride home, which proved that the day had been an eventful one. Early in Term 3, the boys had some special visitors. Ten eggs sat at the back of the classroom and throughout the week, the boys watched these eggs hatch and grow into tiny fluffy chicks. The boys recorded the changes they observed and were able to interact with the chicks on a daily basis. Many of the boys are still talking about this amazing hands-on learning experience.

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Another highlight was the Reptile Encounter incursion where the boys got to touch a variety of snakes and even had an opportunity to drape a huge python over their shoulders. As one of the boys exclaimed, “I never want this year to end…” It’s not hard to work out why.

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Charlie Auditore and Henry Spring enjoying 100 Days of Prep

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Prep year level on 100 Days

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Prep Fivedale’s first day of prep

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Prep F during their beach outing

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YEAR 1 This year, the curriculum provided a focus on present and past within the context of each boy’s own world. The boys researched the history of the School and investigated the links between BGS in the past and their own school lives. The boys created a timeline to track the changes that occurred over time to reflect significant events and people in the School’s history. As part of the unit, Year 1 ventured over to the Secondary School for a tour led by Dr Ray Swann and 2018 School Captain, Brad Marais. The boys learnt about the significance of the Oak tree, the treasure chests within the Jubilee Quad and visited the Tower, which is usually reserved for Year 12 prefects. They asked poignant questions of their older peers as to what has changed during their time at the School and listened to the prefects’ reflections on their own school life. In the Hall of Fame Gallery, the Year 1 boys completed a game of Guess Who, matching each Hall of Famer to their respective  photos.   Old uniforms, textbooks and an original Junior School desk were made available from the archives, enabling the boys to make a strong connection to the School and its history. The boys created a large display of their findings throughout the unit, including their own Hall of Fame to share with their peers and the School community. Emily Beaton and Sam Kuring Year 1 Teachers

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YEAR 2 When 2 Acacia and 2 Waratah received an invitation to visit the Library and meet a special visitor, they were surprised to find Luca, the guide dog-in-training, together with Barbara, his trainer. Story Dogs, or the BGS Junior School’s version, Dog Tales, is based on the successful American literacy program, Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.). The R.E.A.D program was launched in 1999 in Utah and was the first comprehensive literacy program built around the idea of children and young adolescents reading to dogs. It is now commonplace in many countries. During the session, the trainer often speaks through the dog, such as: “Sam doesn’t understand what is happening on this page; could you help him out?” The child becomes the teacher as they help the dog understand. Children who are struggling to read, for whatever reason, need to build confidence and rediscover a motivation for reading. A dog is a reassuring, uncritical audience who will not mind if mistakes are made. Children can read to the dog, uninterrupted. Errors can be addressed in other contexts at other times. More experienced or capable readers can experiment with intonation and ‘voices’, knowing that the dog will respond positively – and building fluency further develops comprehension in readers. So, reading to dogs can offer many benefits – the Year 2 boys certainly thought so. As with any approach or intervention, it is not a panacea – but set within a language-rich literacy environment, there appears to be little to lose and much to gain. After Luca’s visit, the boys wrote persuasive pieces to try to convince Mr Tellefson of the considerable benefits to the School of having regular visits from a guide dog-in-training. Pauline Anthony (Librarian), Steve Lewis (2 Acacia), Christine Marks (2 Waratah)

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Year 3 football Tobias Landsman and father

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Luca Savill and father

Brodie Buckingham and father

Mitch Carney and father

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Nicholas Galinas and father

Jack Epstein, Ronnie Xu and Corban Papadopoulos

Eddie Jin, Brodie Buckingham and Monty Brougham Charlie Cordner and father

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YEAR 3 Richie Evans and father

Oli Jorgensen and father

The annual Father/Son Evening was a highlight, with boys having the opportunity to present the concept of ‘circle time’ to their dads. Fathers experienced first-hand the value of these sessions that we regularly share in the classroom. Boys and their fathers were asked to bring in a prized possession to share and gained valuable insight into each other’s lives and histories. Boys were encouraged to share their stories and feelings with their fathers and peers and were able to hear their fathers do the same. It was a successful and moving evening, with many fathers commenting that they enjoyed sharing their stories and seeing how circle time is run in the classroom.

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Etienne Eiglier, Ben Louw and Luke Duckinson

Jack Epstein and father

Henry Fearn and father

Henry Barber and father

It was a year of excitement, enrichment and healthy challenges for the Year 3 boys.

Another highlight was the boys’ introduction to the Year 3/4 sports program, which takes place every Friday afternoon. One of the main goals of the program is to prepare the boys for the APS sports program in Years 5 and 6. The boys are not only challenged to learn the skills of a variety of APS sports, but also to take responsibility for themselves and develop their organisational skills. Once a term, the boys have an opportunity to put this into practice and compete against St Kevin’s in their chosen sports. The Term 3 football, soccer and volleyball tournament was a particular favourite. The boys were able to represent BGS with pride, displayed excellent sportsmanship, and showed a growing understanding of the games. Brendan Rahn and Victoria Fisher Year 3 Wills and Burke Teachers

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YEAR 4 4 Bass getting ready to take on the surf

CAMP The boys travelled to Burnside Camp in Anglesea. To help them experience more of a journey into camp, the boys were dropped off five kilometres away at Point Addis. Hiking through coastal heathland, a sense of discovery became real as the camp drew closer. Over the next two days, the boys developed confidence, teamwork and selfmanagement skills. During canoeing, surfing and bushwalking activities boys were given opportunities to step out of their comfort zones and experience the thrill of overcoming challenges together.

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BIRDMAN RALLY During our Term 3 unit of Flight, the boys took part in a series of technology lessons to create their own glider. The boys readily engaged in this unit, which provided them with a fun and hands-on learning experience. As part of the unit, the boys tested their gliders in the now-famous BGS Birdman Rally to see whose would fly the furthest. While some gliders did not survive the journey, it was a memorable experience for all involved. The 2018 champion was Anthony Tian from 4 Bass.

Year 4 Birdman

Daniel Picollo

Michael Stephens Year 4 Teacher

Sandro Macnab, Antohny Tian and Nathan Liu

CONVICT DAY

4 Bass inside a cubic metre cell

4 Flinders boys feeling cramped inside their model of a cell

Year 4 Cook experiencing Mr Medlyn serves some life in a cell soup to Eli Botha

In Term 2 we delved into our Explorers Unit. One of the highlights was the Convict Day. The boys all looked fantastic dressed in their convict costumes. They got to make confinement cells in groups, produced a Botany Bay music clip and dramatised a visit to the Old Bailey and detention in the New Gate dungeons. The boys were even lucky enough to finish the Convict Day experience with a cup of hot watery gruel!

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YEAR 5 Leadership The boys finished the year by studying Leadership. They explored characteristics that make a strong leader, such as accountability, integrity, respect and passion. 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.

Goldfields In Term 2, the boys studied the causes and effects of the Gold Rush on Victoria’s development. The boys highlighted some of their knowledge by writing letters from the perspective of a digger and constructing dioramas depicting a scene reminiscent of Goldfields life. This culminated in a presentation of the dioramas to Year 5 parents. Parents and staf were impressed by the quality, ingenuity and diversity of the boys’ presentations. Paul Gurry Year 5 Teacher

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Term 3 saw the boys design and construct pinball machines as part of a Design and Technology unit with Bill Gibney. Working in pairs, the boys learnt woodworking skills and displayed characteristics such as organisation, teamwork, resilience, problem-solving and creativity. The unit concluded with a ‘pinball extravaganza’ in the GBR Hall, raising money for the Baraka School in Kenya.

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YEAR 6 Camp Coolamatong At Camp Coolamatong in East Gippsland, the boys in each class built comradery as they faced the challenges of this outdoor education experience. Canoeing, orienteering, off-road biking and the challenging whole-day hike on Rotamah Island were some of the highlights that ensured this experience wouldn’t be easily forgotten.

Canberra trip In July, Year 6 ventured into the sub-zero temperatures of our nation’s capital. The Canberra tour took the boys on a journey through time. They learnt about past prime ministers of Australia at the Museum of Australian Democracy, Australian athletes at the Australian Institute of Sport, and the history of advertisements at the National Film and Sound Archives.

Musical Our Year 6 musical Once On This Island Jr was bursting with Caribbean colours, rhythm, song and dance. Lead by Jared Furtado, BGS boys and Firbank girls worked as a cohesive and focused team at rehearsals over Terms 2 and 3, culminating in two nights of magical performance.

Billy carts Hammers thumping, saws sliding, bolts fastening and the odd wheel rolling away – it must be the Billy Cart Cup. For many Year 6 boys this is the highlight of the year, and this year was no exception. The boys displayed teamwork to construct, design and fine-tune the carts for the newly designed course. Luke Fensling Year 6 Teacher

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e c n e i r e p x E 7 r a e The Y Soon after beginning their Secondary School journey, the Year 7s took off for Point Leo.

with Firbank, including Debating, Book Club, Philosophy Colloquium and a combined activities day culminating in a Historical Tour of Brighton.

Here, they had the opportunity to get to know others in their learning common, build relationships and experience the great outdoors. Additional highlights in Term 1 included our annual activities

With a term under their belts, the boys returned from the Easter break with renewed enthusiasm and a new winter uniform (including a tie!) The boys were excited to turn their attention to

winter sport, and House Athletics was held on the Crowther Oval. 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. The Year 7 Mothers’ Day Breakfast and Chapel was, as usual, a very special event on the Urwin Centre calendar. Semester 2 offered the boys a number of new experiences, with Science Week, Snow Sports and the inaugural Year 7 ‘Big Breakfast’ with Firbank. The latter weeks of Term 3 were very busy with the commencement of Spring Sport and the annual Fathers’ Day Breakfast and Chapel. Years 7–12 House Swimming took place, with Crowther House emerging victorious. In Term 4, a number of Year 7 boys contributed to some impressive results at the APS Athletics finals and we fielded two Year 7 Water Polo squads. The novel experience of examinations became a focus as the academic year drew to a close, and the boys handled these impressively. The 2018 Year 7 boys have certainly had a busy year, including significant personal and academic growth. They have established a firm foundation for the challenges that lie ahead in Year 8. Special thanks to our dedicated and wonderful House Tutors, who play such a vital role in the boys’ experience throughout the year. To Ryan Cook, Adrienne Mewett, Jessica Taillandier, Bianca Lentini, Alison Wigg and Robert Hanley, thank you. Scott Davies and Tim Marshall Heads of Year 7

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The Year 8 boys have navigated an exciting year ‘As One’ with the rest of the Secondary School. Making the most of their immersion amongst the older boys, the Year 8s participated in a wide range of activities that have further strengthened the sense of community between the age groups. It has been uplifting to witness the Year 8 boys be recognised in the 7 to 12 forum for outstanding academic, sporting and creative achievements, along with their valuable contribution to the mighty Tonner spirit that has proved powerful this year. Year 8 is 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. Challenge is an essential component of personal growth, so it was good to see our Year 8 boys support and encourage one another during the Grampians program, despite many being out of their comfort zones. Additionally, the iDesign project enabled boys to display individual passion, and to extend themselves by learning new skills. We acknowledge the wonderful work of the House tutors and all the boys involved in the leadership group for their efforts in supporting Year 8 through an exceptional year. Peter Furey and Katie White Year 8 Heads of House

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Moving out of the Urwin Centre and into the St Andrews end marks a new beginning for Year 9 boys. Expectations are raised, tutors groups are reshaped and new mentors are discovered as the Year 9s share space and House time with boys in Years 10 to 12. The range of electives increase and academic demands continue to rise, but so do all the other opportunities that come with being a Tonner. Sport, music, productions and debating all offer ways to challenge and extend. Central to Year 9 is the 9/10 B2M program. With weekly year group meetings to guide the boys through the program, B2M is designed to help them become good, successful men as they move through Years 9 and 10. Every boy has the chance to broaden his experience and develop his character – be it his inner sage, warrior, magician or carer. While the Great South West Journey, the Rivers Journeys, Connor’s Run and the Tomorrow Man workshops were incredible, a highlight for many boys was their midyear ‘service’ trips. The boys had the opportunity to learn more about the need for them to act in service of others, and to take action. For some, this involved helping in classrooms in an Indigenous school on the Cape York Peninsula in Pormpuraaw. Others went as far as the Martyrs School in PNG. Some boys completed environmental service on and around the Great Barrier Reef. Regardless of location, many had life-changing experiences. Year 9 was full of opportunities to change the way the boys see themselves, their world and the way they can contribute. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10)

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While increased academic focus is very real in Year 10 – many boys undertake their first VCE subject, and core subjects intensify as the full VCE looms – numerous events beyond the classroom often provide highlights of the year. As the first group to experience the expanded 9/10 B2M, the boys had opportunities never before presented. With an increased focus on leadership, wellbeing and development of the complete person, the program has changed the shape of Year 10. Many boys spent time getting comfortable being uncomfortable. Everyone knows learning can be tough, and discovering the type of man you are going to become is challenging. The boys have challenged stereotypes, themselves and each other in their pursuit of the man they want to be and the type of community they want BGS to be. Facilitated Tomorrow Man workshops enabled conversation, thought and the development of emotional muscle. This was evident in the Rite of Passage program, which allowed the boys to truly grow and develop into young men. Along the way the boys also undertook a creativitybased ‘service’ program, Human Centred Design, which dared them to think differently about the world. Despite these rich offerings, the ‘World Class Journey’ was the highlight for many. Boys travelled across Victoria, Australia and parts of Asia to complete a journey that most would regard as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Rock-climbing around Arapiles, snow camping in the Bogong High plains, sea kayaking around Fijian islands or hiking the Kokoda Track were some of the incredible journeys on offer. Year 10 was a time to move from being a boy to being a young man, but also a time to create memories and experiences that will last a lifetime. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10)

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e c n e i r e p x E 1 1 r The Yea Year 11 is when boys start to become overt leaders in the School through a number of programs. The Outdoor Education Leadership Program (OELP) trains boys to help younger students at camp. Year 11 boys regularly meet with their assigned year level, developing a rapport before assisting at camp. David Gemmell and Nathan O’Malley coordinate the program, which saw over 40 boys participate this year. In March, all Year 11 boys attended the Job Skills workshop. The boys learnt what employers look for in a candidate and wrote resumes. They were also interviewed by employers and given feedback on their strengths and areas that needed improvement. All Year 11 boys are involved in Leading and Learning. In Term 1, they are introduced to coaching, and can choose to undertake

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further training, coaching Year 6 boys in a program overseen by Clair Marshall. It was wonderful to see 25 boys take the opportunity and meet weekly with their coachee. Other topics in Leading and Learning include study skill, and Elevate – a study skills provider – came to talk to the boys in Term 2. The boys were shown various ways to study and trialled methods that suited their individual needs. In Term 3, the boys studied leadership and role models, and voted for 2019 student leaders. Following voting and an interview process, eight Probationary Prefects were selected. In Term 4, the Syndicate program is introduced. Many Year 11 boys were also involved in debating, the senior production, House sports, music and a multitude of other co-curricular programs – all of which will help them develop into strong school leaders in 2019. David Liddle Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 11 and 12)


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e c n e i r e p x E 2 1 r a The Ye The Year 12 boys led the School with distinction and should be proud of their achievements and the difference that they have made. Starting late in 2017, Captain Brad Marais and his team developed the ‘As One’ concept. At Big Fella camp in late January, all boys attempted the climb up Mt Bogong and were challenged along the way. From this came the concept of being a better man tomorrow than you were today, and this is how the Year 12s have led the School. Chantologists helped develop a new chant based on John Denver’s Take Me Home, Country Roads, which became an anthem for the group. Hearing the Year 12s sing it for the last time at the Valedictory Dinner was truly moving. Each week the Prefects and House Captains met with Dr Rachel Horton, Christian Machar and David Liddle to develop ideas, brainstorm and discuss events. The leadership group developed the School Creed, which is now adorned on banners around the School and on the Urwin Centre steps.

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At the request of the boys, the Long Day program was developed. For three nights of the week, staff and Old Boy Scholars were available to assist with study until 8pm in the Hancock Wing – a popular activity for a large number of boys. The year culminated in Valedictory celebrations with some major changes. Parents were invited to a final Eucharist with their sons, and at the Year 12 Prize Giving the boys took to the stage to receive their prizes, reports and student histories. They were also welcomed into the Old Boys and presented with their tie and cufflinks. After the Beating the Bounds ceremony, the boys attended a final dinner at the MCG where they spoke about their time at school and what BGS meant to them. Andy Nie, Ned Bellmaine, Hamish Dick and Captain Brad Marais all spoke with passion. It has been a pleasure being involved with the year group and I wish them well for the future. David Liddle Deputy Head of Secondary (Years 11 and 12)


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L O O H C S R O I JUN S E Z I R P D N A T N E M E V E I H C A T N E D U T S

Captain of the Junior School Hugh Hasker Vice-Captain Harry Pollock Officers Joshua Avats Gus Calder Harry George Fletcher Hall Lucas Hiscock Lenny Hofmann Andrew McGregor Hugo Richey Angus Roberts Lachie Roberts Jem Spicer James Tan Aidan Williams Felix Wolfe Senior Server Andrew McGregor Assistant Senior Servers William Kissane William Stretch

Music Leaders Leaders of Borwick House Choir Jackson Chen & Tom Jorgensen Leaders of the Concert Band Josh Carr & Lucas Hiscock Leaders of the String Orchestra Alistair Liddle & Elden Zeng

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YEAR 3 PRIZES

House Captains Armstrong – Gus Calder Crowther – Luca Robinson Dixon – Charlie Wood Hancock – Elden Zeng Rofe – Cade Segar School – Nicky Robertson

3 Burke Meliora Prize

Art Monitors Keegan Barnedt, Gabriel Pozo, Marcel Rose, Tomas Stewart Library Monitors Max Brownbill, Tom Field, Tom Kollmorgen, Hugh Langdon, Alistair Liddle, Max Prassopoulos, Lachie St Leger, Alex Zheng Mindfulness Monitors Max Brownbill, Tom Crennan, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Marcus Exler, Harry George, Dane Lombard, Josh Watters Science Monitors Oskar Andersen, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Hugo Fyfe, Noah Laurin, Sam Trainor Sport Monitors Tom Hollway, Lachlan Lewis, Diesel Saleh, Lachlan Silva, Zach Travers, Aidan Williams Technology Monitors Lachlan Auden, Marnix Ferwerda, James Longley, Ethan Rowe

Academic Excellence Hamish McCausland Attitude and Effort Ethan Davis Progress Richie Evans

3 Wills Meliora Prize Academic Excellence William Tan Attitude and Effort Jack Epstein Progress Eddie Jin

The Subject Prizes for Year 3 Prize for Art Ethan Davis Prize for Design & Technology Henry Barber Prize for Drama Oliver Jorgensen Prize for Japanese Nicholas Galinas Prize for Music William Tan Prize for Physical Education William Tan Prize for Religious Studies Jack Epstein

Prize for Science Sid Bartlett

YEAR 4 PRIZES 4 Bass Meliora Prize Academic Excellence James Crewdson Attitude and Effort Luke Ferdinands Progress Sid King

4 Cook Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Angus Beaton Attitude and Effort Leo Jansen Progress John Hall

4 Flinders Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Kenneth Yeung Attitude and Effort Kai Ballantyne Progress James Moreton

The Subject Prizes for Year 4 Prize for Art Danny Du Prize for Design & Technology Stefan Bandura Prize for Drama Xavier Chepurov


Prize for Japanese Ned Overend-Stevens

Progress Cooper Ballantine

6 Investigator Meliora Prize

Prize for Music James Crewdson

The Subject Prizes for Year 5

Academic Excellence Hugh Hasker

Prize for Physical Education Eli Botha

Prize for Art Jackson Zhao

Attitude and Effort Lachlan Lewis

Prize for Chinese Charlie Sabin

Progress Gus Calder

Prize for Design & Technology Huw Thomas

6 Resolution Meliora Prize

Prize for Religious Studies Matheus Judah Prize for Science Curtis Fyfe

YEAR 5 PRIZES 5 Argyle Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Thomas Dunne Attitude and Effort Bowen Ke Progress Rob Xu

5 Melville Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Huw Thomas Attitude and Effort Hamish Featherston Progress Will Bennett

5 Scott Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Charlie Sabin Attitude and Effort Frank Wu Progress Arty Woodward

5 Zachariah Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Luke Sexton Attitude and Effort Billy Burgess

Prize for Drama Harry Heaselgrave Prize for Music Luca New Prize for Physical Education Jody Cripps Prize for Religious Studies Hamish Featherston Prize for Science Aidan Hearne

YEAR 6 PRIZES 6 Discovery Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Harry Pollock Attitude and Effort Lachie Roberts Progress Max Brownbill

6 Endeavour Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Lachlan Kwong Attitude and Effort Tuur Craps Progress Jerry Zheng

Academic Excellence James Tan

Special Prizes Year 6 Progress Prize Jerry Zheng The A & H Bottomley Citizenship Prize Gus Calder The Choir Prize Ethan Rowe The Concert Band Prize Lucas Hiscock

Attitude and Effort Andrew McGregor

The String Orchestra Prize Jackson Chen

Progress Matthew McIntyre

The Chapel Server’s Prize Andrew McGregor

The Subject Prizes for Year 6

The Chess Prize Lachlan Kwong

Prize for Art Noah Laurin

The X’Linson Library Prize Max Prassopoulos

Prize for Chinese Andrew McGregor Prize for Design & Technology Lachlan Auden Prize for Drama Max Prassopoulos Prize for eLearning James Longley Prize for Music James Tan Prize for Outdoor Education Josh Watters Prize for Physical Education Lenny Hofmann Tony Austin Memorial Prize for Religious Studies Gus Calder

The Mary Edmondson Sports Prize Harry George The Tassie Hutson Prize Sam Trainor The House Prize Tom Jorgensen The School Officers’ Prize Harry Pollock The Park Shield Harry George The Prize for Dux of the Junior School James Tan The Captain of the Junior School Prize Hugh Hasker

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Year 7 Subject Prizes Art Josh Finkelstein Chinese Brayden Hope Drama Moe Spencer English George Roubos English as an Additional Language William Sun Leon Gu Extension Studies Jenson Galvin French Kyle Verbunt Humanities Ryan Cory Japanese Jenson Galvin Latin Josh McCahon Mathematics Lachlan Molloy Music James Hepples Outdoor Education Prize Fedya Kononchuk Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Oliver Goodger Science Luca Dixon

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Design Matthew Barwood Wood Technology Jenson Galvin

year 7 special prizes Instrumental Choral Friends of Music Jenson Galvin

Year 7 Academic Prizes The Year 7 Progress Prize Oscar Sloan Fifth in the Year James Clarkson Fourth in the Year Josh Finkelstein Third in the Year Oliver Goodger Second in the Year Jenson Galvin Dux of Year 7 Tristan Orb

English as an Additional Language Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen

Year 7 - 9 Production Award Thomas Galinas

Extension Studies Matthew Hill

Intermediate Instrumental Friends of Music Jevons Wang

French Jonathan Sum Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Oliver Holland Humanities Charlie Morgan Japanese Eric Chen Latin Will Stebbing Spiros Velos Mathematics Eric Chen Music Aaron Hong-Dunnett Outdoor Education Lochie McDougall

Year 8 Subject Prizes

Science Mitchell Kuzilny

Art Xavier Hendy

Design Michael Paltoglou

Fraser Cairns History Prize Cameron McIntyre The Linacre Hospital Prize for Citizenship Samson Adams Stewart Family Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Sport Jonah Campigli

Year 8 Academic Prizes The Year 8 Progress Prize Angus Elliott Fifth in the Year Mitchell Kuzilny Fourth in the Year Matthew Hill Third in the Year James Bourke Second in the Year Jonah Campigli

Chinese Aaron Hong-Dunnett

Wood Technology James Mitchell

Drama Cameron McIntyre

YEAR 8 Special Prizes

AD Turnbull Prize for Dux of Year 8 Jorge Houridis

Chapel Server Jack Kissane

Year 9 Subject Prizes

Debating Thomas Galinas

Art James Semenov

English Cameron McIntyre Michael Paltoglou


Chinese as a Second Language Prize Eric Stone Commerce James Cannulli Drama Marcus Bierens English Hamish Roberts English as an additional language Eric Sima Juan Hu Forensic Science Jack Anson French Lucas Williamson Geography Hamish Roberts Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Hamish Roberts

Year 9 Special Prizes 9/10B2M - Year 9 Prize Stirling Findlay The Year 9 Progress Prize Leo Read Fifth in the Year Lucas Williamson Fourth in the Year Tony Li Third in the Year Max Kortge Second in the Year Jack Anson

Japanese Peter Qui Latin Jaikob Akinci Carl Rumbens

Music Joel Dow

Art Daniel Smith

Biotechnology Liam Konidaris

Japanese Tony Li

Chinese as a Second Language Prize James Sherborne

Year 9 Outdoor Education Prize Alex Christopolous

History Billy Pearson

Year 10 Subject Prizes

IT Robotics James Cannuli

Music Harrison Fulton

Geography Lachlan Wake

Literature Lucas Pithie

Analytical Chemistry Kareem Zecevic

Mathematics Wilson Shi

French Harrison Kirkham Lachie Caldwell

The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 9 Hamish Roberts

History Hamish Roberts

Latin Max Kortge

Financial Literacy Jaikob Akinci

Classical Studies Micah Swann Commerce Wei Yee Hall Drama Hayden Cory Engineering Ollie Cruse

Mathematics Richard Jiang

Psychology Darby Hipwell Science Jaikob Akinci Sport Exercise Science Lachie Caldwell Sports Psychology and Coaching Luke Langdon Visual Communication and Design Harrison Boys

Year 10 Special Prizes 9/10B2M Year 10 Prize Jack Clarkson

Science Max Kortge

English Jaikob Akinci

Year 10 Outdoor Education Lachlan Jackett-Simpson

Visual Communication and Design James Semenov

English as an additional language Larry Li Peter Qui

The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education Chris Valcanis

Wood Technology Maxim Coste

The Robert Asche Prize for Information Technology Victor Ding The Maurice Dowd Memorial Prize for Woodwork Dominic Kastrinakis The A.J Simpson Prize for Religious Education Bailey Rohan The Year 10 Progress Prize Max Benier Fifth in Year Liam Konidaris Fourth in the Year Carl Rumbens Third in the Year Ben Sexton Second in the Year Harrison Kirkham The Alan MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 10 Jaikob Akinci

Year 11 - Units 1/2 Subject Prizes Accounting Prize Matthew Downs Art Prize Ed Burt Biology Prize Liam Konidaris Business Management Prize Luke Sorensen Chemistry Prize Joshua Sum Chinese First Language Prize Justin Feng

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The Lewis Luckins Memorial Prize for General Mathematics Aidan Nicholls Year 10 - 12 Production Award Jack Wyss Senior Instrumental Prize Friends of Music David Li Senior Choral Prize Friends of Music Isaac Burgess The Year 11 Progress Prize Callum McPeake Chinese Second Language Prize Jack Thomas Chinese Second Language Advanced Prize Peter Qiu Drama Prize Matthew Young Economics Prize John Paterson English Prize Leo Kouskouris English Language Prize Dennis Gu English as an Additional Language Prize Jason Jin Literature Prize Joshua Sum Ethics and Belief Prize Isaac Burgess

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French Prize Joshua Sum Geography Prize Nick Vakirtzis History (20th Century) Prize Mike Kantounatakis

Specialist Mathematics Prize David Li Physical Education Prize Harrison Kirkham Year 11 OELP Prize Lionel Wang

Computing Prize Callum McPeake

Physics Prize James Mitchell

Japanese Prize JayJay Zhu

Australian and Global Politics Prize Max McLachlan

Legal Studies Prize Gordon Chen Latin David Li Mathematics Methods Prize Matt Warman Music Prize Isaac Burgess

Psychology Prize Tom Banfield Product Design and Technology Prize Sam Reid Visual Communication Design Prize Jackson Sweet

Fifth in Year Curtis Wilson Fourth in Year Leo Kouskouris Third in Year David Li Second in Year Max James The Monash Prize for Dux of Year 11 Joshua Sum


YEeAaRr 12 S E Z I R P D N A T N E M E V E I H C STUDENT A SECONDARY SCHOOL LEADERS Captain of School Bradley Marais Vice-Captains Ethan O’Brien Nicholas Phillips Prefects Cameron Berry William Lam Max Twycross International Captains Gregoire Dillee Xin (Feilong) Yun International Vice-Captains Tom Chen Yuguang (Jimmy) Gui

house leaders Armstrong Captain Kai Weight Vice-Captains Konstantine Arvanitakis Anthony Evans

Crowther Captain Ned Bellmaine Vice-Captains Hamish Dick Benjamin Branson

Dixon

Vice-Captain William Lam

Captain Cameron Berry

Basketball

Vice-Captains Jack Goodings Flynn Wood

Captains Bradley Hickey Hayden Mitchell

Hancock

Vice-Captain Callum McPeake

Captain Nicholas Adams Vice-Captains James Bryan Anton Derevianko

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Cricket Captain Jack Munnings Vice-Captain Jonathan Leadbeater

Captains Austin Lawson Nicholas Longmire

Cross Country

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Diving

Captain Gregoire Dillee Vice-Captains James Fisher Max Markham

Co-CURRICULAR LEaDERS SPORT Athletics Captain William Middlemiss Vice-Captains Anthony Evans Tristan Scheirs

Badminton Captain Kei Hirasedo

Captain Thomas Bartels Captain Luca Jarvis

Football Captain Harrison Reynolds Vice-Captains Joel Crocker Hamish Dick

Futsal Captain Konstantine Arvanitakis

Hockey Captain Bradley Marais Vice-Captain William Middlemiss

Rowing Captain Nicholas Phillips

Rugby Captain James Chand Vice-Captains Max Markham Devan Nicholls

Sailing Captain Ethan O’Brien Vice-Captains Mitch Dow Devan Nicholls

Soccer Captain Konstantine Arvanitakis Vice-Captains Hamish McDowell Benjamin Cruse

Snowsports Captain Daniel Abbott Vice-Captains Michael Jonker William Middlemiss

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Vice-Captain Noa Simon

Touch Football

Drama

Captain Harrison Reynolds

Water Polo Captain James Dickson

Captains Luke Burgess Kevin Wang

MUSIC

Vice-Captains James Provis Samuel Wyss

Captain Felix Gong

Student Wellbeing Committee

Vice-Captains Michael Dean Mitch Dow Leader of Senior Symphony Orchestra Michael Dean Leaders of Senior Choir Charles Hannah Jonathan Leadbeater Leader of Senior Big Band Mitch Dow Leader of Corelli Orchestra Felix Gong Leader of Senior Concert Band Edward Lovell Leader of Cello Choir Martin Kulesza Leader of Senior Guitar Ensemble Felix Gong

Chess Captain Victor Jakobus

Debating and Public Speaking Captain Callum Drake

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Captain Thomas Elliott Vice-Captains Callum Drake Kevin Wang

CHAPEL Senior Server Cameron Berry Assistant Senior Server Hamish McDowell Student Thurifer Mitch Dow

2018 Brightonians Boys who commenced in the Early Learning Centre Daniel Abbott Lennox Amatruda Ned Bellmaine Cameron Berry Anton Derevianko Edward Lovell Adam Levenda-Freeman Jasper Mutimer Year 12 Boys who have been at the School for 10 Years or more William Agius Harrison Catt James Dickson Mitch Dow

Anthony Evans Jack Goodings Charles Hayes Dylan Hebden Luke Ianuali William Johnston Michael Jonker Azmain Kalitzki Trent Mailing Matthew Noske Chas Rechner Finn Roberts William Speyer Max Twycross Sebastian Walsh

SUBJECT PRIZES Unit 3/4 Subject Prizes The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Accounting Xin (Feilong) Yun The Art Prize Andy Nie The Marie and Ivan Epstein Prize for Biology Dennis Gu (Year 11) The Lloyd Triffett Prize for Business Management Hamish McDowell The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Chemistry Ethan O’Brien The Chinese as a First Language Prize Tony Tso (Year 11) The Chinese as a Second Language Prize William Agius The Chinese as a Second Language Advanced Prize BenHao (Jason) Gu (Year 10) The Economics Prize Jasper Mutimer

The H.A. Glover Prize for English Kei Hirasedo The English Language Prize Ethan O’Brien The English as an Additional Language Prize Yi Zhen (Steven) Zhang The French Prize Scott Lee The R. W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Further Mathematics Liam McInerney & Tristan Scheirs The Geography Prize Anton Derevianko The Frank Cooper Memorial Prize for Global Politics Hamish McDowell The R.H. Wallman Prize for History Revolutions Jasper Mutimer The Japanese Prize Kei Hirasedo The Class of 2012 Robert Connor Dawes Prize for Latin Konstantine Arvanitakis The Bob Hamilton Memorial Prize for Legal Studies Mitch Dow The Robert Claude James Prize for Literature Mitch Dow The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Mathematical Methods James Hamilton


The Music Prize Yi Zhen (Steven) Zhang The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education Oscar Lewis (Year 11) The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Physics Ethan O’Brien The Product Design and Technology Prize Connor Hipwell The Psychology Prize Sebastian Mottram The Software Development Prize James Mitchell (Year 11) The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Specialist Mathematics Ethan O’Brien The Visual Communication Design Prize Mitchell Fitzgerald & Martin Kulesza (Year 11)

The R.W.T. Cowan Prize for Public Speaking Felix Gong The Brighton Grammarians’ Lodge Prize (in memory of Ivan Stedman) William Middlemiss The J.R. Wallman Progress Prize Anton Derevianko The G.D. Hird Memorial Prize Cameron Berry The A. and H. Bottomley Citizenship Prize Kai Weight The R.M. Millar Prize (formerly MASCO Prize) Anton Derevianko The Noel Thomas Memorial Prize Michael Dean The W.A. Clarke Prize Nicholas Phillips

Special Prizes

The R.F. Waring Memorial Prize Nicholas Adams

The 1967 Prefects’ Games Prize Bradley Marais

The Jim Fraser Memorial Prize Ethan O’Brien

The Wellbeing Ethics Belief Prize Flynn Wood

The Selwyn Noall Memorial Rhodes Prize Bradley Marais

The Peter Goodall Drama Prize Luke Burgess The Philip Kondelos Music Prize Mitch Dow The H.V. Mitchell Essay Prize Mikkel Talts

The Prize for the ViceCaptain of the School Ethan O’Brien & Nicholas Phillips The OBGS Prize for the Captain of the School Bradley Marais

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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. The OBGS has expanded somewhat since its inception, but cultivating and maintaining alumni connections, both within the OBGS 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 ‘peer year’ reunions, members enjoy many other opportunities to network with Old Boys from different year levels. For example, the OBGS regularly 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 when living away from Melbourne. Did you know? This year the OBGS hosted numerous international reunions including London, Singapore, Jakarta and Shanghai. The Old Boy community is a close-knit one. If a recent graduate wants to talk to someone doing his degree or working in his chosen field of endeavour, there are always Old Boys willing to help. This connection can be made by contacting the Alumni Office, or through the new OBGS website – an exclusive platform created to facilitate the online connection of our Old Boys. This might be for mentoring, networking, business promotion, or simply to look up an old friend. https://obgsglobalconnect.com.au/

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The 2018 London reunion

Next year, the OBGS will also 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 also provide excellent mentoring and career advancement opportunities. The OBGS has three sport and fitness clubs – football, soccer and running. 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 is here to support and enhance the community so please be in touch if there is anything we can do. Class of 2018, 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


The Class of 2017 one-year reunion

The clock tower on Valedictory Day Valedictory week ‘crazy shorts’ day

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y t i n u m m o C e r a Sh Campus Share Community Campus, Brighton Grammar School’s community education program, continues to flourish. In operation for over 15 years now, Share provides BGS with the opportunity to share its facilities with the wider community out of school hours. It also allows participants who aren’t already connected to our School to experience the strong sense of community for which BGS is well known.  In addition to the regular programs that have operated for many years, such as karate, Camp Brighton and singing, a number of new programs were brought to life during 2018, including classes in hip hop and robotics. These classes have proven so popular that additional sessions have been scheduled to keep up with demand! Share Community Campus is always on the lookout for new programs. If you have any ideas for programs we might consider, please contact us. Monique Darkin Community Education Manager

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y p o r h t n Phila Following the amazing support of our community during our inaugural 24-hour Annual Appeal last year, we were able to bring to life not one but two scholarships for two boys who would not otherwise be able to attend BGS. I am delighted to report that both recipients of these recipients are now attending BGS and are thriving. As a lasting reminder of the power of philanthropy, we have called one of the scholarships the 431 Scholarship, reflecting the number of people who donated on our 2017 Annual Appeal Day. The other scholarship we have called the Pemberton Scholarship, in honour of Rick Pemberton – former BGS School Captain and recently retired Junior School Staff member, who served the School with distinction for so many years. During this year’s Annual Appeal (another 24-hour event), we focused on bringing to life a means-tested scholarship for an Indigenous boy. Such was the amazing support of our community that we again surpassed the fundraising target for the day. More than 400 donors supported the Appeal, collectively raising a total of $370,000. The recipient of this scholarship will join BGS next year. Particular thanks to the rowing community, too. In September, 85 Old Boys, current and past parents and staff rallied together to raise over $71,000 to equip our rowers with a new state-of-the-art boat.

over recent years. We have such an amazing community of parents, past parents, Old Boys, staff and friends of BGS now choosing to support the School philanthropically – not only for scholarships but also for other important priorities, such as building projects. Of course, support for the School can come in many forms. I think particularly of the parent who chose to donate 400 solar panels, enabling the Urwin Centre to reduce significantly its reliance on the electricity grid. This was an incredibly generous donation and one that will have a lasting impact. The years ahead are going to be exciting ones at BGS. While we remain committed to bringing to life an increasing number of needs-based scholarships, we are also dedicated

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The School as portrayed in a 1930s prospectus recently donated to BGS

From the archives Brighton Grammar’s archives department, located in a purpose-designed and secure facility in the basement of the Urwin Centre, contains a comprehensive collection of items that trace the history of our School from the early days in 1882 through to the present day.

medals, trophies, badges, uniform, furniture, artworks, prizes, architectural drawings, old films and video recordings, oral histories and war memorabilia.

Our ever-expanding collection incorporates official school records, handwritten publications, photographs, magazines, books,

When dealing with such a large collection of items, there is always something to do. In 2018, the focus was on responding to an increasing

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number of internal and external requests for information and the commissioning of archival displays around the School, including two large sports-focused displays in the new Annandale pavilion. This year also saw the commissioning of a set of digitised Grammarians, dating back to the very first edition in


1909. This was a large undertaking but the searchable Grammarians are now available for the whole BGS community to access. Brighton Grammar is committed to retaining, preserving and expanding our archives collection. This will ensure our archives department

remains an important resource for the BGS community and general public well into the future. Visitors are welcome to make an appointment to view our archives department. We also welcome donations to our archives collection.

If you would like to visit or donate, please contact the Development Office on 03 8591 2271 or development@ brightongrammar.vic.edu.au. John Phillips Director of Advancement

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YEar 10 ART Dexter Dowd

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Flynn Chan

Gus Bland

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Andreas Kardis

Tony Tso Andreas Kardis

Austin Zou Andreas Kardis Andreas Kardis

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Jovaan Ugrinovski

Brock Jackson

Jack Stewart

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Brock Jackson

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Evan Zhang

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Eric Chen

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Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Matt Taylor

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Tony Tso

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Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Max Ashman

Tony Tso

Oscar Palmer

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Matt Noske

Andy Nie

Raleigh St John

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Tom Bennett

Andy Nie

Matt Noske

Mitch Fitzgerald

Lenny Amatruda

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Mitch Fitzgerald

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Cameron Glasgow

Oli Thomas

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CREATIVE ARTS SHOW

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Artist in Residence Yoko Sainsbery

Ausin Zou

Ross Featherston and Lennox Amatruda Jerry Gong

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HOUSE PORTRAITS

Mark Sainsbery by Victor Luo (Year 9 Crowther)

Peter Tellefson by Jett O’Brien (Year 9 Hancock)

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Ben White by James Semenov (Year 9 Dixon)

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e v i t a e r C writing Denial

Mitch Dow (Year 12) An excerpt from an adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof The yellow ball of fire that brought light and warmth to the city begins to change to hues of orange, and then almost tangerine. The spritz-like aura merges with the sky, like juice-mix dissolving in a glass of water. The clouds are cotton, as though they blush at the warm touch of the sun. The long shadows of the surrounding buildings tower over the city, the sun peering through each void between the buildings, hopefully filling each space, searching for freedom. Silhouettes of birds fly home together across a sky that now began to turn dark; and the sun is half below the horizon, but its reflection in the glass of the surrounding building makes it look complete, and fills the city with warmth even as it falls further into darkness. The mauve of the dusky sky intensifies, and in just a while, the biggest star falls, giving way to a thousand others. [Brick is sitting on the couch, his stillfirm, boy-like body almost glowing in the reflection of the sunset. The sounds of the football blare through the television, the bed is neatly made,

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almost untouched, and the curtain is wide open, allowing all the colours of the sky to paint the walls of his otherwise bare and bleak hotel room. Brick quietly laughs in reflection, smiles at himself, shakes his head and takes a sip of his drink. He thinks how excited he is to see Skipper again. He feels like a child, he couldn’t wait to see his best friend again. All this time he had been stuck in hospital beds and hotel rooms, he had missed the company of his best friend.]

just been helping him out. She is one of his friends too. She knows how inseparable we are. The reason he ain’t playing good is because I wasn’t out there with him, she would have helped him with that. Yeah…I bet she would.

Brick: Damn, I wish I could have been there. We’re a team. A unit. One of us can’t work without the other, he knew that he wouldn’t a played well when I wasn’t with him. Fumblin’, stumblin’ all over the god damn place. Ah, it doesn’t matter, I don’t care, we can get back on track when I’m back in the game.

[The phone rings. Brick knows Skipper is finally calling. He glances quickly at the phone and smiles. He jumps up off the couch with excitement, walking hastily over to the phone and picking it up. He feels like a child, he can’t wait to speak to his best friend.]

[Brick pauses for a moment and smiles. It is only when he thinks of Skipper he is this happy. Skipper shines light onto Brick’s life, like a torch lights up the darkest corners of the deepest cave.] Brick: I wonder how he’s feeling, how things have been since the game… I bet Maggie knows, I saw her with him, on the bench. Yeah, she musta’

[Brick smiles, shakes his head and laughs quietly.] Brick: Hah. Kinda funny. I’m lookin’ more forward to seeing Skipper than my Maggie. I got so much to tell him, I can’t wait to get back in the game.

[Skippers voice can be heard through the phone.] Skipper [Dejectedly]: Hey Brick. Brick: Skipper! Oh, I was just thinkin’ about you, I have been waiting for you to call for days! How did you pull up? I watched you on the television… I wouldn’t worry about it, we will get back to the top the second I’m…


An excerpt from an adaptation of Alistair MacLeod’s Island Kei Hirasedo (Year 12)

It is late in November, 1976, and the ice cold wind that howls at the window infiltrates my warm, secure fortress. The air outside is frigid and dense with grey sleet, and inside the damp musty odour of the recently washed clothes that are steaming beside me pervades the air and mixes with the reek of salt and fish. I also smell the smoking fire that I light every night with what firewood I can gather to protect me from my fear of the dark and cold. I look towards the window that is facing towards my sea and it is covered with a fine, glassy sheet of ice, warping what little light there is, reminding me it will soon be too cold to leave the house, for the Nova Scotia winter has begun its assault. Out of the frosted window I look towards the wharf, where the boats rest for the night, and I notice the Jenny Lynn, floating as she has done since my last remaining child left. Abandoned at the wharf with nobody to maintain her, she has been battered by the unrelenting power of the sea and beaten by the ceaseless waves that pound incessantly at her bow. Now, she floats at the wharf like a corpse; devoid of her life and utility, and in this moment I am bereft, as this is the boat that my father used, and before that his father and before and before and before. The boat which once supported my household now serves as a haunting reminder of what could have been had my own son not been so untrue. I will not get rid of her, for I respect her service, and perhaps some part of me cannot let go of the hope that one day she will be taken out to sea again. However, at times, I am unnerved by her corpse and the spirit of the vessel that is perhaps angry at me for permitting her demise. Outside, the sun has long disappeared beyond the horizons and a dark fog has descended. The strange, hostile, ominous mist envelops the Jenny Lynn and, with these thoughts, I close the shutters for the night.

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The Vastness Mikkel Talts (Year 12)

Adapted from Alistair MacLeod’s The Vastness of the Dark On the twenty-eighth day of June 1960, the 6am booming vibrations of the ringing of the bells from the Catholic Church wake me as they do every morning. I twist open the ill-fitting and only door in my room and tip-toe through my son’s room carrying shoes in my left hand, trying to button and support my trousers with my right. I grasp the matchstick in the three remaining fingers of my right hand and light the stove. The gas and smoke from the stove fly into my nose, tickling my sensitive throat, prompting the coughing and wheezing. It’s as if rock dust is stuck inside of me and is trying to get out. The quietness of the early morning is broken by the tentative voice of my son, “I think I’ll go away today.” I’m staring out the window past the slate grey slag heaps and ruins of skeletal mines and towards the sea. Along the hillside runs a trail of old houses blackened by the coal dust of generations, much the same as ours. I remember my own coal-stained childhood house standing the same way now as it was 32 years ago when I stood in the same place telling my parents the same thing my son is telling me now. I had just turned 18 when I decided to leave the island on which I had been trapped all of my short life. Stuck on Cape Breton, I had witnessed the elegant and luxurious world of outsiders and had thought they must represent what life is like off the island and that anywhere must, in fact, be better than here.

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I have never been a books person and left school early just like my father and his forefathers before him to become a miner, which was expected, but then I left Cape Breton, which was not. Across the years I worked in Springhill, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Virginia, Trinidad – many different places, but all the same under the earth. On May 12 1938, in Kellogg Idaho, I received a letter from my father who wrote he was getting old and wanted me to take his place at the mine and that the seam was good for years and no one had been killed recently and that the weather was mild and seemed to be getting better. On the same date, I received a letter from my mother who warned me not to listen to my father, and that the old life was dead. Both letters were written in the same black, broad-ribbed pen, each cancelling out the other. I felt that life was not much different outside Cape Breton. Perhaps I had tried too hard to be someone different without realising at first who I really was and where I belonged. I am here now, banging stove lids in the morning, pretending that it is important I do so, that I am wanted somewhere soon and therefore must make this noisy rush. But, as my mother wrote all those years ago, all that remain are the ruins of the abandoned mine, its caved-in tunnels, and I have nowhere to go. And now I have no hope and my son has no future here. I turn and face him. And then I break the chain of generations. “You are free to go if you want. I am not forcing or asking you to do anything.”

An excerpt from an adaptation of Peter Carey’s Collected Stories David Parlane (Year 11 Literature)


Geoffrey sat on the train sketching the interior of the carriage, deliberately avoiding the people. He hated drawing people. He takes out a small glass cube, each of its 12 edges 2 centimetres in length, and holds it to his eye. He does this to see the world from a different perspective. The new perspective adds a unique distortion to his work. A distortion that draws strange looks from those around him. Their distaste is evident, but Geoffrey knows it is only because they have not seen what he has seen. Geoffrey’s presence in the world is marked by nothing but their murmurs about the strange man on the train. Another who has not bothered to look through the cube is Delilah, Geoffrey’s girlfriend. Geoffrey finds her presence comforting, but believes she is only with him because she thinks she can fix him. Delilah asks Geoffrey his plans for the evening, to which he responds: “To paint.” Her look of disappointment is nothing new to Geoffrey yet, like a disobedient child, he feels guilty for letting her down.

Geoffrey walks downstairs to get bread and water and sees another note. Geoffrey, This past week has been agony and you have been insufferable. Don’t expect to see me again. Delilah This is confronting. He feels a sudden emptiness engulf him. He returns quickly to paint. It is Colin, Geoffrey’s next-door neighbour, who first notices the pile of junk mail at Geoffrey’s door. Colin walks over to Geoffrey’s house, collects the mail and rings the doorbell. There is no response. Colin tries the doorbell a few more times before he tries the door. It opens and Colin enters, putting all of the mail on the table. He calls out: “Geoff mate. Are you here?” …

Turning to face her, Geoffrey sees that the clock has moved by three hours. As Delilah’s eyes come to rest on the painting, Geoffrey sees the same disapproving look as that of the passengers on the train.

Delilah arrives at the NGV. The entrance, with water cascading over the glass, stands before her like a monolithic guard protecting a great treasure. For it contains Geoffrey’s famous painting. She has never seen the painting, and is still reluctant to do so. However, with the publishing of her book The Artist Who Vanished: Geoffrey Nelson’s last days, she feels she can no longer avoid it. Entering the gallery, Delilah can see her books stacked up for sale in the gift shop. Geoffrey’s exhibition is called: Masterpiece. The nature of his painting is unclear. Delilah follows the directions which guide her to the furthest corner of the top floor, where his exhibition is being held. At the entrance she is greeted with the painting’s description.

“Just one more minute,” he entreats.

Masterpiece, painted in Melbourne, Australia, 2006.

Her indifference drags him with great reluctance from his painting.

Masterpiece is the only known work by Geoffrey Oliver Nelson. It was discovered on the day of his strange disappearance, a mystery that has since captured the public’s eye. The work is renowned throughout the world and, with no evidence of an intended title, has been labelled Masterpiece. The work captures an unprecedented feeling of raw terror that often plays havoc with the emotions of those who view it, and has been acclaimed by critics and artists alike for its paradoxical nature; containing both highly detailed, gut-punching realism as well as beautifully flowing, liquid-like distortion to create an image that, once seen, can never be forgotten.

Extending an olive branch Geoffrey says: “I’ll be down for dinner.” Geoffrey does not paint until he has looked through his cube. With fresh perspective and energy, he loses himself in the painting. After what feels like minutes, Delilah disturbs him: “Dinner is ready.”

… Delilah pushes open the studio door. Geoffrey takes a small step back from the easel and turns to face her. She hands him a letter and stands there not saying a word. Geoffrey blinks. She drops her gaze, then turns and leaves. Dear Geoffrey, Your absence from work without notice or explanation is in breach of your employment contract which will be terminated at the conclusion of this week. Please contact us in this notice period as to the reason for your absence to avoid dismissal. If you do not contact us, your employment will terminate as described. Regards, National Agency of Federal Filing Geoffrey reads the letter twice. Realising his own indifference, he looks through the cube and continues to paint.

Reading the description fills Delilah with anxiety. It is as though she is standing on the edge of a crumbling cliff. Delilah enters the room which is packed with hundreds of people. The silence is deafening. Her eyes sweep across the crowd and come to rest on the painting. A great portrait  stands before her, an almost too accurate representation of Geoffrey screaming in the perpetual agony of his self-realisation.

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Top Row Warren Lee, Tom Chen, David Li, Timothy Krynski, Justin Feng, Lachie Briggs 3rd Row Liam Konidaris, James Sherborne, Gordon Chen, Michael Dean, Kei Hirasedo, Dennis Gu, Jason Gu 2nd Row Declan Hayes, Victor Jakobus, Eric Sima, Steven Zhang, Mitch Dow, Mitz Metaxas, Charlie Hannah, Matthew Leadbeater 1st Row Joel Tyler, Isaac Lee, Jason Tang, Martin Kulesza, Zach Adam-Gedge, James Semenov, Felix Gong Absent Mr. Simon Baldwin, Kevin Gao, Gary Hu, Jonathan Leadbeater, Ms. Imogen Manins, Ms. Tatiana Oskolkov, Zachary Shieh, Mr. Willem Van der Vis, Andrew Wang, Jevons Wang

cello CHOIR L to R Isaac Lee, Martin Kulesza, Zach Adam-Gedge, Jason Tang Absent Charlie Catt, Ms. Imogen Manins, Zachary Shieh, Andrew Wang

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Top Row David Parlane, Lachie Briggs, Ral St John, Teddy Lovell, Ryan Thorpe, Steve Suits, Wei-Yee Hall, Timothy Krynski 2nd Row Mr. Kurt Abell, Charlie Hannah, Jaikob Akinci, Sky Wu, Edward Yang, Jason Gu, Tom Chen, Matthew Cook, Steven Zhang, Miss Frances Walker 1st Row Eric Sima, Mitch Dow, William Lam, Seamus Mintrom, Michael Dean, Mitz Metaxas, Tony Li, Joel Tyler Absent Seth Evans-Greenwood, Harrison Fulton, Edward Greenslade, James Hamilton, Liam McInerney, Andy Nie, Jevons Wang, Kevin Wang

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Top Row Victor Luo, Oliver Bradfield, Hristos Paraskevas 1st Row Dylan Goodger, Felix Gong, Aymeric Fabre Absent Benjamin Booth, Harry Roubos, Ms. Nadia Sartori

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SENIOR choir Top Row Max Blyth, Patrick Liddle, Zach Adam-Gedge, Martin Kulesza, Teddy Lovell, Matthew Leadbeater, Ral St John, Matthew Ross, Lachie Briggs, Jack Wyss 2nd Row Charlie Hannah, Seamus Mintrom, Jaikob Akinci, Matthew Cook, Cameron Hathway, Flynn Dickson, Callum Stanford, Fynn Lade, Joshua Tate 1st Row Joel Tyler, Jordan De Worsop, Mitch Dow, James Sherborne, Liam Konidaris, Ewan Smith, Dylan Goodger, James Semenov Absent Isaac Burgess, David Canta, Dante Caruso, Charlie Catt, James Clarkson, Joel Dow, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Stirling Findlay, Mr. Jared Furtado, Kip Gibney, Dan Griffith, Jonathan Leadbeater, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, William Speyer, Jack Tiver, Andrew Wang, Kevin Wang, Matthew Young

SENIOR big band Top Row Declan Hayes, Lachie Briggs, Wei-Yee Hall, Teddy Lovell, Steve Suits, Harrison Kirkham, Charlie Hannah, Steven Zhang 1st Row Mitch Dow, Mitz Metaxas, Seamus Mintrom, Andy Nie, Sky Wu, Jaikob Akinci, Felix Gong Absent Harrison Fulton, Mr. Mirko Guerrini, Liam McInerney, Mr. Bradley Todd

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Top Row Gordon Chen, David Li, Justin Feng, Kei Hirasedo 1st Row James Sherborne, Isaac Lee, Felix Gong, Jason Tang, Dennis Gu Absent Zachary Shieh, Mr. Willem Van der Vis, Andrew Wang

flute ensemble L to R Sven Steward, Max Thomas, Joel Tyler, Ryan Zhu, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann Absent Ms. Helen Hardy, Oscar Lo, Jevons Wang

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Top Row Landan Lee, Eason Liu, Thomas Hahn, Terence Wang, Daniel Dai, James Hepples, Angus Haddon 2nd Row Nat Khan, Max Thomas, Josh McCahon, Harry Harcourt, Julius Ferwerda, Harry McKenzie, Thomas O’Leary 1st Row Zack Bogoevski, Will Fearn, Heath Dickson, Matty Goss, Archie Walton, Henry Salisbury, Ollie van der Slot Absent Leon Haralambakis, James Huang, Alexander Jacob, Jack Kissane, Mr. Julian Schweitzer, Mr. Bradley Todd, Brite Zeng

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Top Row Larry Li, Tim Moulton, Toby Marsden, Thomas Picking, Hugo Mintrom, Yali Lin 2nd Row Eric Chen, Brandon Morton, Charlie Clarke, Jarrad Thomson, Joshua Tate, Henry Kerr, Heath Fulton 1st Row Jake Roach, Jacob Cooper, Tim Tso, Sven Steward, Joel Dow, Ryan Zhu, Samson Adams, Lucas Toms Absent Elijah Akinci, Declan Bakker, Charles Chen, Alec Ciciulla, Nathaniel Fyffe, Mr. Martin Garrod, Shaun Gunaratna, Ben HildebrandNeumann, Jiaze Jin, Oscar Lo, Zach Mandragona, William Moreton, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Marcus Sorensen, Eric Stone, Cail Thomson, Finn Watson-Hook

MELIORA VOICES Top Row Aidan McDonald, Ryan Williams, Hugo Mintrom, Tim Moulton, Tom Bailey, Oscar Sloan, Finn Powell, James Hepples 3rd Row Max Thomas, Hamish Andersen, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Josh McCahon, Tim Tso, Jordan Stewart, Toby Duckinson, Heath Dickson 2nd Row Xavier Hendy, James Pennington, Thomas O’Leary, Samson Adams, Julius Ferwerda, Matthew Hill, Jenson Galvin 1st Row Matthew Fuller, George Roubos, Richard Fan, Kristian Kortge, Moe Spencer, Will Fearn, Alessandro Brook Savill, Thomas Stretch Absent Declan Bakker, Calum Binnie, Felix BrightonKnight, Jacob Ellery, Mr. Jared Furtado, Thomas Galinas, Shaun Gunaratna, AJ Harris Jr, Ms. Christine Heald, Callum Heath, Aaron Hong-Dunnett, Alexander Jacob, Jack Kissane, James McDougall, William Moreton, Mr. Isaac Mouskovias, Zachary Shieh, William Stebbing, Angus Thomson, Finn Watson-Hook, Brite Zeng

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Top Row Mr. Kurt Abell, Tim Moulton, Brandon Morton, Thomas Picking, Heath Fulton, Ryan Thorpe 1st Row Hugo Mintrom, Henry Kerr, Toby Marsden, David Li, Larry Li, Tim Tso Absent Declan Bakker, Jerry Chen, Alec Ciciulla, Flynn Dickson, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Edward Greenslade, Mr. Bradley Todd, Finn Watson-Hook

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r Intermediate St

Top Row Declan Hayes, Jenson Galvin, Hamish Andersen, Lucas Williamson, Marlo Hofmann, Lachlan Molloy, Oscar Sloan 1st Row Matt Fuller, Thomas Stretch, Isaac Lee, Ethan Balaskas, Jake Roach Absent Ms. Terry-Anne Ashley, David Canta, Charlie Catt, James Cheng, Thomas Galinas, Ms. Imogen Manins, Ms. Tatiana Oskolkov, Zachary Shieh, William Sun, Mr. Nicholas Tsiavos, Allen Wu, David Yang

oncert band

wilson house c

Top Row Jack Pan, Hugo Richey, Ethan Rowe, Joe Ramsden, William Yang, Jerry Zheng, Lucas Hiscock, Aidan Williams, Derrick Cee, William Stretch 2nd Row Harry George, Seb Khan, Isaac Pels, Josh Carr, Chai Scott, Tuur Craps, Pasha Mianji, Max Brownbill, Hugo Fyfe, Mr. Kurt Abell 1st Row Luke Sexton, Seb Glassel, Aydin Ilhan, Harrison Gibbins, Oliver Chang, Jack Roberts, Gavin Barnedt, Marcel Rose Absent Lachlan Auden, Ms. Helen Hardy, Will Kissane, Xander Mitchell, Lochie Silva, Lachie Taylor GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Top Row Andrew Zhang, Marnix Ferwerda, Hugo Richey, Ethan Rowe, Harry Pollock, Tom Crennan, Lucas Hiscock, Sam Fanning, Tom Jorgensen, James Longley, Jackson Chen, Aidan Williams, William Stretch 3rd Row Kyle Hearne, Oliver Chang, Harry Young, Hugo Fyfe, Dane Lombard, Isaac Pels, Tuur Craps, Ben Brown, Trent Vincent, Harry George, Lachlan Avats, Frank Wu, Hugh Hasker 2nd Row Mrs. Hayley Blakiston, Kylan Thompson, Jarvis Rowe, William Barton, Jared Thomas, Gavin Barnedt, Keegan Barnedt, Julian Carlin, Tomas Stewart, Marcus Exler, Ned Overend-Stevens, James Crewdson, Alistair Liddle, Mr. Isaac Mouskovias 1st Row Andrew McGregor, Lachie St Leger, Will O’Leary, Kenneth Yeung, Charlie Sabin, Oskar Andersen, Zac Murphy, Fletcher Brougham, Felix Wolfe, Huw Thomas, Cooper Chilcott, Harry Bowerman, Anthony Tian Absent Fletcher Hall, Hugo Kepper, Will Kissane, Leonardo Paul

emble percussion ens L to R Jake Roach, Ryan Thorpe, Charles Chen, Steven Zhang Absent Alec Ciciulla, Charlie Clarke, Mitch Dow, Edward Greenslade, Mr. Julian Schweitzer

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Top Row Matthew Hill, Tim Tso, Leon Gu, Mr. Kieren Ray 1st Row Richard Fan, Charlie Heaton, Xavier Hendy, Heath Fulton Absent Jerry Chen, Jackson Court, Rex Ettershank, AJ Harris Jr, Kevin Liao, William Stebbing, David Yuan


junior concert

band

Top Row Harry Young, Zach Mighton, Charles Williams, Arty Woodward, George Ugrinovski, Lenny Hofmann, Zach Travers, Thomas Louw, Marnix Ferwerda, Bailey Mulhall, Alex Jin, Cooper Ballantine, Noah Walton 3rd Row Lachlan Lewis, Harry Heaselgrave, Ibuki Sainsbery, Billy Burgess, Jacob Everett, Lucas Barwood, Ayden Roos, Kyle Roos, Harry Bowerman, Corey Gendala, Charlie Sabin, Jared Thomas, Jody Cripps 2nd Row Ms. Sharn Mclver, Jake Charlton, Thomas McMullen, Edward Mitrevski, Patrick McConville, Frazer Smith, Jake Ring, Harvey O’Sullivan, Harvey Newstead, Charles Zhao, Benjamin Ride, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Jarvis Rowe, Miss Frances Walker 1st Row Will Rattray, Ethan Abramovich, Shau-En Usher, Leonardo Grollo, Will Bennett, Rob Xu, Ned Bailey, Luke Connolly, Kevin Zhao, Josh Watters, Daniel Cameron, Conrad Retschko, Robbie McNaughton Absent Byron Bennett, Oscar Ettershank, , Leonardo Paul, Lewis Porteous

uitar ensemble g e s u o h n o s il w Top Row James Longley, Jerry Zheng, William Tan, Ms. Nadia Sartori 1st Row Aashvik Sareen, Will O’Leary, Flynn Quill, Charles Wettenhall

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Top Row Cooper Chilcott, Thomas Dunne, Hugh Hasker, Ken Lu, Rishi Mahendranathan, Jackson Chen, Harry Pollock, Hugh Langdon, James Tan, Joshua Avats, Gabriel Pozo, Alex Zheng, Elden Zeng, Lachlan Kwong, Sebastian Liddle 3rd Row Alex Roach, Luca New, Kylan Thompson, Lachlan Avats, Aidan Hearne, Remy D’Alessandro, Josh Fletcher, Frank Wu, Kyle Hearne, Noah Laurin, Lachie Reid, Gavin Liu, Kenneth Yeung, Will O’Leary 2nd Row Bowen Ke, Arthur Coste, Hamish Featherston, John Hall, Fletcher Brougham, Danny Du, Jerry Mei, Huw Thomas, Harry Denning, Andrew McGregor, Stefan Bandura, Jordan Rose, Leo Jansen, Ms. Estelita Rae 1st Row Murphy Zeng, Jackson Zhao, Alistair Liddle, Nicky Robertson, Declan McCormack, Tom Crennan, Tom Field, Andrew Zhang, Ned Overend-Stevens, Trent Vincent, Felix Wolfe, Thomas Lipovetsky Absent Ms. Terry-Anne Ashley, Andy Hu, Jesse Lacey, Sebastian Naccarella, Ms. Tatiana Oskolkov

H BRIGHTON

’S CHURC W E R D N A T S F O HE CHOIR

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Top Row L–R Daniel Askew (Assistant Organist), Thomas Galinas, Timothy Moulton, Raleigh St John, Matthew Leadbeater, Nicholas Stretch, Ted Lovell, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Matthew Cook, Thomas Heywood (Organist & Director of Music) 2nd Row L–R The Rev’d Christine Croft (Assistant Curate), Seamus Mintrom, Jack Kissane, Finn Watson-Hook, Lara McKinnon, Victoria Freckleton, Alice King, Joshua Tate, Charlie Hannah, Alasdair Stretch (Associate Director of Music) 1st Row L–R The Rev’d Victor Fan (Assistant Curate), Jared Thomas, Thomas Stretch (Head Chorister), William Kissane, Ethan Rowe, William Stretch, Ava Livissianos, Anastasia Galinas, Anthony Tian, Jo Hannah, The Rev’d Canon Jan Joustra (Vicar) Absent Shaun Gunaratna, Jonathan Leadbeater, Danielle Roode, Christopher Watson (Hon. Artist in Residence)

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S P U O R G

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Urwin Centre d

Top Row Oscar Lewis, Josh McCahon, Elijah Akinci, Zach Bowen, Oliver Fyfe, Oliver Goodger 3rd Row Finn Roberts, Hamish Andersen, James Hepples, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Jorge Houridis, Ben Antonis, Hamish McDowell 2nd Row Mrs. Raelene Plozza, Harry Penwright, Ethan Lyons, James Clarkson, Lachlan Molloy, Ben Fox, Hugo Ettershank, Henry Salisbury, Ms. Adrienne Mewett 1st Row Zack Bogoevski, George Roubos, Matthew Cameron, Jenson Galvin, Moe Spencer, Kristian Kortge, Will Fearn

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GRADE DAV DEBATING A Top Row Ethan O’Brien, Callum Drake, Anton Derevianko 1st Row Finn Roberts, Nick Adams, Felix Gong, Hamish McDowell Absent Luke Burgess, Liam McInerney, Devan Nicholls, Jack Peters, Noa Simon, Mikkel Talts

GRADE DAV DEBATING B Top Row Jake Mongey, Martin Kulesza, Felix Flockart, Joshua Clyne, Ben Graham, Oscar Lewis, Joshua Sum 3rd Row Henry Armstrong, David Li, Luke Sorensen, Matthew Young, Patrick Liddle, Harry Barden, Aidan Nicholls 2nd Row James Larkworthy, Curtis Wilson, Tom Banfield, Lachlan Hernadi, Jack Wyss, Jamie Tzimas, Connor McConville, Lukas Giannatos 1st Row Charlie Moore, James Konstas, Leo Kouskouris, Noah McGrath, Ethan Baines, Lionel Wang, Jordan De Worsop Absent Luke Hart, Noah Jones, Joshua Le Grice, Oscar O’Brien, Noa Simon (Year 12 Mentor), Campbell Tweedie

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ADE

GR DAV DEBATING C

Top Row Jaikob Akinci, Thomas Barlabas, Sky Wu, Richard Jiang, Matthew Ross, Billy Pearson 2nd Row James Sherborne, Nate Hollis, Larry Li, Seamus Mintrom, Maxim Christodoulou, Jason Gu 1st Row Charlie Durkin, Sam Banfield, Nik Vakirtzis, Ethan O’Brien (Year 12 Mentor), Liam Konidaris, Lincoln Zhang, Joel Tyler Absent Max McLachlan, Ben Sexton, Andrew Wang

ADE

GR DAV DEBATING D

Top Row Jorge Houridis, James Capp, Lachlan Zissis, Harry Harte, Charlie Catt, Harley Chessells, Ms. Paula Fletcher 1st Row Sam Stewart, Elijah Akinci, Sam Flockart, Max Kortge, Zach Bowen, Chris Field Absent Marcus Bierens, Gus Corke, Finn McInerney, Liam McInerney (Year 12 Mentor), Eric Stone, J Sum, Sebastian Watters

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Top Row Ben Edmondson, Jonah Campigli, Jamie Hope, Zach Bowen, Lochie McDougall, Christian Machar 1st Row Samson Adams, Matthew Hill, Tom Howden, Jack Kissane, J Sum, Elijah Akinci, Aaron Hong-Dunnett Absent Jorge Houridis, George McDowell

chapel servers Top Row Fr. Chester Lord, Mr. Peter Tellefson 1st Row Will Kissane, Andrew McGregor, William Stretch

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monitors Top Row Ethan Rowe, Aidan Williams, James Longley, Tom Jorgensen, Lucas Hiscock, Zach Travers, Jackson Chen, Hugh Langdon 3rd Row Mr. Ben Ryan, Josh Carr, Alex Zheng, Sam Trainor, Gabriel Pozo, Tom Field, Marnix Ferwerda, Elden Zeng, Mrs. Pauline Anthony 2nd Row Mrs. Hayley Blakiston, Mrs. Mandy Foulds, Alistair Liddle, Diesel Saleh, Hugo Fyfe, Max Brownbill, Noah Laurin, Keegan Barnedt, Mrs. Laura Hall 1st Row Lachie St Leger, Max Prassopoulos, Marcel Rose, Lachlan Lewis, Tom Kollmorgen, Tom Hollway, Oskar Andersen, Tomas Stewart, Matthew Dougan-Bath Absent Lachlan Auden, Mr. Jared Furtado, Mr. Bill Gibney, Lochie Silva

school officers Top Row Lenny Hofmann, Gus Calder, Lucas Hiscock, Aidan Williams 2nd Row Mr. Peter Tellefson, Jem Spicer, James Tan, Hugo Richey, Joshua Avats, Lachie Roberts, Mr. Dean Bryan 1st Row Andrew McGregor, Harry George, Hugh Hasker, Harry Pollock, Angus Roberts, Felix Wolfe Absent Fletcher Hall

house captains Top Row Mr. Peter Tellefson, Luca Robinson, Gus Calder, Mr. Ben Ryan 1st Row Nicky Robertson, Cade Segar, Elden Zeng, Charlie Wood

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SPORT 1st badminton Top Row Jason Tang, David Li, Andy Nie, Johnson Shen, Victor Luo, Ms. Nancy Ting 1st Row Ryan Dang, Jimmy Gui, Kei Hirasedo, Tony Ma, Victor Jakobus Absent William Lam, Matthew Warman

5 badminton Top Row Josh Fletcher, Jerry Mei, Andrew Zhang, Alex Jin, Harry Young, Remy D’Alessandro, Mr. David Turner 2nd Row Leonardo Grollo, Will O’Leary, Lachlan Avats, Frank Wu, Charlie Sabin, Huw Thomas, Will Bennett 1st Row Ethan Abramovich, Ryan Raglin, Robbie McNaughton, Conrad Retschko, Thomas Lipovetsky, Bowen Ke Absent Thomas Dunne, Lucas Barwood

OPEN badminton Top Row Jack Thomas, Harry Roubos, Teddy Lovell, Ben Graham, Steven Sun, Aqil Packir Saibo, Edward Yang, Timothy Krynski 3rd Row Simon Wang, Jack Peters, Cam Robertson, Jasper Mutimer, Gus Harris, Jack Morrison, Curtis Wilson 2nd Row Gordon Chen, Oscar Rochanakij, Gregoire Dillee, William Johnston, Kevin Gao, Jose Kosenda, Sebastian Walsh, Peter Frances, Ms. Derrith Lancashire 1st Row Ryan Hartshorne, Owen Lui, Feilong Yun, Hank Hua, Zachary Loong, Ivan Yung, Matthew Cook Absent Sam Cao, Eric Chen, Archer Disney, Kieran Farrell, Johnathan Georgiadis, Daniel Gu, Bradley Hickey, Scott Lee, Warren Lee, Leo Liang, Lawrence Liu, Sheldon Lu, Victor Luo, Nathan Rearick, Eric Shi, Tony Tso, Chris Van Essen, Gordon Wang, Ivan Wang, Lionel Wang, Jevons Yu, Evan Zhang, Leon Zhang, Steven Zhang, Austin Zou

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6 badminton Top Row Joshua Avats, Sam Trainor, William Yang, Jerry Zheng, Tom Crennan, Gabriel Pozo 3rd Row Mrs. Monica Le Couteur, Lihang Jiang, Ken Lu, Mark Zhao, Jack Pan, Michael Cui, Alex Zheng, Chai Scott 2nd Row Oskar Andersen, Noah Laurin, Diesel Saleh, Pasha Mianji, Georgen Strintzos, Lachlan Kwong, Tomas Stewart, Fr. Chester Lord 1st Row Andrew McGregor, Samuel Walters, Hugo Fyfe, Matthew McIntyre, Hugo Kepper, Jack Roberts, Alistair Liddle Absent Derrick Cee, Hugo Richey

7-8 badminton Top Row Hugo Mintrom, Eric Chen, Kalem Meyer, Thomas Galinas, Oscar Sloan, Jiaze Jin, Peter Gu 3rd Row David Yuan, Dylan Roberts, Zac Tassoni, William Sun, Oscar Lo, Marcus Sorensen, Daniel Dai, Thomas Doan 2nd Row Mr. Christopher Tze, Fedya Kononchuk, Isaiah Delana, Allen Wu, Tim Tso, Jacob Ellery, Eason Gao, Leon Haralambakis, Mrs. Linda Chen 1st Row Matthew Barwood, Jevons Wang, Ben Chou, Eason Liu, Kevin Liao, Cameron McIntyre, David Yang, Aaron Hong-Dunnett Absent Sebastian Felicetti, Hugo Simpson, Terence Wang

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8-9 badminton Top Row Louie Liu, Lincoln Zhang, Owen Lin, Eric Stone, Kareem Zecevic, Eric Fu, Robert Kyte, Yali Lin, Peter Qiu 2nd Row Mrs. Grace (Yan Ping) Li, Victor Ding, Larry Li, Victor Luo, William Clark, Jason Gu, Wilson Shi, Jules Fabre, Mrs. Hiroko Hunt 1st Row Hristos Paraskevas, Leo Yang, Zach Mandragona, Ollie Cruse, Ryan Dang, Steven Luo, Toby Marsden, Sven Steward Absent Charles Chen, Alexander Christopoulos, Christian Felicetti, Olly Grasby, Edward Greenslade, Mack McGrath, Thomas Picking, Harrison Svensen, Tom Xu

1st xi cricket Top Row Michael Fitzgerald, Ben Sexton, Ned Bellmaine, Aidan Nicholls, Max James, Louis Butler 1st Row Spencer Wood, Ben Pryor, Jack Munnings, Jonathan Leadbeater, Adam Oulton, Lukas Galanopoulos Absent Brad Marais, Craig Marais

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CRICKET OPEN Top Row Cameron Glasgow, Aidan Nicholls, Felix Flockart, Ned Bellmaine, Joshua Clyne, Chris Webster, Max Stroud, Joe Lynch 3rd Row Sam Patterson, James Hamilton, William Agius, Louis Butler, Ben Pryor, Michael Fitzgerald, Jacob Travers 2nd Row Mr. Luke Stewart, Adam Oulton, James Larkworthy, Max James, Fergus Murray, Mack Gregson, Mike Nasrallah, Mr. Matthew McLellan 1st Row Oscar O’Brien, Thomas Bennett, Greg Hick, Jack Munnings, Jonathan Leadbeater, Max Ashman, Will Hughes Absent Ed Curwen, Zaid Hussein, Luke Ianuali, Simon Jolles, Brad Marais, Craig Marais, Tom Murphy, Ben Sexton, Spencer Wood, Matthew Young

YEAR 10 cricket Top Row Trent Thomas, Ben Sexton, Luke Marsden, Dexter Dowd, Spencer Wood 2nd Row Benjamin Green, Shaurya Behl, Keir Canwell, Darcy McConnon, Lukas Galanopoulos, Mr. Matt Wardell 1st Row Jack Longmire, James Sherborne, Denver Stroud, Griff Adams, Jack Seymour, Bailey Rohan, Lucas Pithie Absent Lachlan Cardell, Flynn Dickson, Samuel Fitzgerald, William Fry, Nathaniel Fyffe, Craig Marais

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YEAR 9 cricket Top Row Cameron Hathway, Kai Dimattina, Markus Mittermayr, Henry Munnings, Harry Harte, Lachie Brooks, Lachlan Zissis, Nathan Moore 2nd Row Mr. Peter Shepard, Tom Redpath, Joshua Louw, Sam Flockart, Michael Webb, Marcus Bierens, James Ianuali, Brendan Reddell, Harrison Fulton, Mr. Tom Wallace 1st Row Callan Cummins, Jack Curtis, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Ryan Agg, Josh Badge, Jonathan Hick, Oliver Lally, Declan Hayes, Lucas Williamson Absent Jett O’Brien, Peter Tsiakos

YEAR 8 cricket Top Row Michael Paltoglou, Flynn Bongiorno, Cameron MacKenzie, Tim Moulton, James Hare, Lachlan McCluskey, Ryan Jackson, Lexi Wang, Elliot Perkins 3rd Row Leslie Tole, Tom Howden, Noah Hartman, Callum Heath, Archie May, Freddie Smith, Lane Donohue, Ben Curtis, Max Morris, Ben Edmondson, Lucas Toms 2nd Row Jules Lohan, Cooper Hollway, Oscar Lewis, Jay Liu, Tom O’Connor, Noah Hunt, Jackson McKenzie, Samson Adams, Matthew Hill, Cail Thomson, Jay Gibson, Mr. Ryan Barnett 1st Row Mitchell Ryan, Josh Dougan-Bath, Xavier Hendy, Declan Bakker, Oliver Robertson, Henry Pearson, Charlie Morgan, Thomas Rohan, Jack Stewart, Liam Coleman Absent Max Langworthy, Lachlan McCurry, Archie Walton

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YEAR 7 cricket Top Row Harry McKenzie, George Hill, Jett Butler, Jack Byrnes, Jeremy Rodda, James Hepples, Heath Fulton 2nd Row Max Nannes, Oliver Howell, Josh Finkelstein, Finn Powell, Kevin Liu, Oscar Newstead, Oliver Fyfe, Patrick Aylward 1st Row Max Crawley, Tommy Mazzoni, Archie Walton, Tom Gianatti, James Pennington, Moe Spencer, Nate Stroud, Harry Penwright, Matt Fuller Absent Heath Dickson, Mr Tim Marshall, James Pascoe, Angus Thomson

5A cricket Top Row Harvey Newstead, Lachie Reid, Cooper Ballantine, Noah Walton, Rishi Mahendranathan, Corey Gendala, Thomas McMullen, Mr. David Turner 1st Row Ned Bailey, Hamish Featherston, Harvey O’Sullivan, Jarvis Rowe, Tom Fischer, Luke Sexton, Jody Cripps

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5B cricket Top Row Jacob Everett, Frazer Smith, Bailey Mulhall, Arty Woodward, Kylan Thompson, Mr. Paul Gurry 1st Row Ethan Abramovich, Will Bennett, Oscar Ettershank, Jake Ring, Luke Connolly, Robbie McNaughton, Jake Charlton

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BGS boat club Top Row Matt Field, Tom Banfield, Patrick Liddle, Harry Barden, Henry Armstrong, Zac De Worsop, Brock Jackson, Martin Kulesza, Callum McPeake, Jake Mongey, Joshua Snowsill, Christian Gernandt, Jamie Tzimas, Connor McConville, Charlie Moore 7th Row: Ethan Lovett, Dom Frederico, Sam Banfield, Oliver Warren, Seamus Mintrom, Jason Wang, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Alec Ciciulla, Christian Aloi, Ethan Gray, Tom Murray, Campbell Tweedie, Nick Adams 6th Row: Kyle Stewart, Dominic Kastrinakis, Archie Jackson, Micah Swann, Jakub Williams, Reuben Cook, Charlie Clarke, Joshua Bortolussi, Harrison Kirkham, Ben Morgan, Harry Fisher, Ben Paynter, Jordan Segar 5th Row: Hayden Cory, Costa Chantzos, Harry Thom, Tom Howard, Callum Harding, Beau De Bruijn, Thomas Farrelly, Will Muller, Hugh Moir, Sam Wyss, Ethan Calcatjicos, Charlie Durkin, Mitchell Augustini, Luke Langdon, Aymeric Fabre 4th Row: Oliver Bradfield, Patrick Hoy, Nic Merrill, Noah Rotstein, Blake Oliver, Lachlan Stewart, Flynn Cooper, Dan Hurd, Willem Karsten, Samuel Breen, Jack Tiver, Ben Sullivan, Brady Collins, Leo Read 3rd Row Tom Burnell, Aaron Aloi, Harrison Chapman, Sam Stewart, Matt Elliott, Lachlan Barlow, Owen Vulcan, James Capp, Connor Marriott, Stirling Findlay, Jack Anson, Nick Anson, Sacha Jacquet, Thomas Arrigo, Hamish Roberts, James Swyny 2nd Row Jamie Hope, Spiros Velos, William Moreton, Mitchell Kuzilny, Zach Bowen, Jorge Houridis, Luke Travers, James Bourke, Darcy Gilbert, Dougal Bland, Tom Bailey, Jamie Draheim, Jackson Pantelopoulos, Sebastian Watters, Calum Binnie, Sam Llewellyn 1st Row George Thompson, Oscar Noble, Mr. Gabriel Csaszar, Oscar Lewis, Finn Parker, Mr. Dick Bartlett, Nick Phillips, Mr. Nick Lloyd, Harry Catt, Matthew Noske, William Bullock, Mr. Bryn Humberstone, John Hollway, Christian Paice

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1st viii rowing Top Row Harrison Kirkham, Martin Kulesza, Henry Armstrong, Tom Murray, Charlie Durkin 1st Row Finn Parker, Nick Phillips, Mr. Nick Lloyd, Oscar Lewis, Harry Catt

GROUP SAILING Top Row Jackson Crawshaw, James Provis, Matthew Ross, Edward Forster, Lachie Caldwell 2nd Row Jackson Court, Isaac Lee, Dan Griffith, Joel Dow, Jordan Stewart, Matty Goss 1st Row Oscar Cowling, Devan Nicholls, Ethan O’Brien, Mitch Dow, Will Fearn Absent: Isaac Burgess, Brandon Morton

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BGS SWIMMING S

Top Row Luca Macnab, Billy Pearson, Finn Estella, Asher Yu, Jake Tuim, Kevin Wang, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Ben Branson, David Seager, Harrison Preston, Lukas Giannatos 4th Row: Noah Jones, Toon Craps, Eric Sima, Sam Hayes, Max Mozina, Luke Matthews, Callum Couper, Ewan Smith, Vassili Kyparisis, Max Kortge, Jack Duckinson, Tristan Hutchins 3rd Row Charlie Lamont, Jordan De Worsop, Jerry Chen, Ted McKimm, Ben Antonis, Erik Kyparisis, Luca Spampinato, Marlo Hofmann, Thomas Hahn, Thomas Draheim, Daniel Curatore 2nd Row Ms. Alison Wigg, Kristian Kortge, Jake Fincher, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Darcy Seymour, Henry Williams, Harry Harcourt, Zac Garrett, Miller Chilcott, Jacob Cooper, Henry Salisbury, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Jenson Galvin, Ms. Natalka Kostraby 1st Row Lachlan Paino, Jace Dimmer, Jimmy Watkins, Julius Ferwerda, Lenny Ewers, Charlie Hayes, James Dickson, Damien Paino, Max Thomas, Tommy Jarvis, Aaron Hudghton, Sam Litis Absent Hunter Absalom, Sean Bryant, Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen, Dylan Goodger, Jack Goodings, Lachlan Hernadi, Tom Howard, Nicholas Hutchins, Declan Jeffery, Jimmy Long, Harry McKenzie, Chas Rechner, Zachary Shieh, Reece Smart, Dylan Tomsic, Jack Wright

5-6 swimming Top Row Josh Carr, George Ugrinovski, Hugh Langdon, Hugo Richey, Ethan Rowe, Will O’Connor, Tuur Craps 2nd Row Mrs. Cathy Box, Charles Williams, James Tan, Trent Vincent, Thomas Dunne, Isaac Pels, Aidan Hearne, Lachlan Lewis, Kyle Hearne, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk 1st Row Harry Denning, Cooper Chilcott, Keegan Barnedt, Lucas Barwood, Hugo Fyfe, Oskar Andersen, Aydin Ilhan Absent James Lineham, Ayden Roos, Kyle Roos

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1st viii tennis Top Row Darby Hipwell, Tom Whitson, Zach Adam-Gedge, Benjamin Summerfield, Mr. Stuart Thompson 1st Row James Konstas, Daniel Abbott, Connor Hipwell, Luke Sorensen, Brandon Duan

TENNIS OPEN Top Row James Bryan, Harry Reilly, Jason Jin, Lachie May, Max Kinsman, Josh Williams, Gary Guo, Trent Mailing 3rd Row David Peng, Max Purcell, Seb Mottram, Andreas Kardis, Steve Suits, James Crew, Connor Cooper, Mitchell Fitzgerald, Spencer Nevett 2nd Row Yan Le, John Paterson, Jack Stewart, Jonty Wells, Judd Rowell, Luke Hart, Frank Morris, Mrs. Bik Swann 1st Row Sam Haddon, Dennis Gu, Jackson Swanell, Caspar Tremlett, Sam Roberts, Gary Hu, Daniel Bates Absent Ms. Kathryn Counihan, Ms. Jo Ellis, Ms. Carina Jansen

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YEAR 10 TENNIS Top Row Thomas Smith, Jaxon Putland, Jack Damyon, Campbell Sedgwick, Richard Jiang, Ryan Thorpe, Tom Cantwell, Cameron Acheson, Max Benier, Tommy Sullivan Dunne 3rd Row Ms. Kylie Rose, Archie Perkins, Max Blyth, Evan Best, Max McLachlan, Carl Rumbens, Sky Wu, Justin Feng, Hamish Gee, Joshua Tate 2nd Row Mr. Mark Sainsbery, Thomas Barlabas, Lachie Briggs, Jordan Hayter, Thomas Blamires, Eathan Savage, Ethan Furey, Lachlan Wake, Julian Svensen, Callum Stanford, Mr. Graeme Harris 1st Row Jeremy Booth, Andrew Wang, Frank Peng, Flynn Chan, Maxim Christodoulou, Jaikob Akinci, Mitz Metaxas, Finn Livitsanis, Nate Hollis, Pablo Forbes Absent Liam Konidaris

YEAr 9 TENNIS Top Row Fynn Lade, Luke Hill, Peter Tsiakos, Ned Walker, Cameron Khan, Harley Chessells, Milan Adams, Oliver Lochhead 3rd Row Henry Kerr, Juan Hu, Nick Barreto, Reagan Lenihan, Patrick Gu, Will Biddick, Mitchell Waldron, James Clark, Tony Li 2nd Row Troy Cook, David Canta, Gus Corke, Lachy Miller, Jordan Bourke, James Tsindos, Charlie Schwerdt, Will Featherston, Keane Lombard, Alex Reilly 1st Row Maxim Coste, James Cannuli, Chris Field, Tian Pang, Dylan Goodger, Caden Arnold, Josh Hudghton, Adam Larkan, James Semenov Absent Jordan Benitez, Mr. Steve Emmett, Sacha Jacquet, Ajay James, Joshua Louw, Mr. Peter Pidduck, Harry Whiffin

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YEAR 8 TENNIS Top Row James Cheng, Henry Mitrevski, James Bessell, William Stebbing, Charlie Rumble, William Bradbury, Cas Payne, Benjamin Akinci, Will Field, Jarrad Thomson, Angus Elliott 3rd Row Felix Brighton-Knight, Chuck Tian, Kai Adachi, Nikolas Stavrellis, Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen, Lucas Connell, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Massimo Brasacchio, Jack Kissane, Milo Lade, Finn Watson-Hook, Jasper Findlay 2nd Row Jack Palmos, Karl Unger, Stanley Chen, James McDougall, Harry Llewellyn, Elijah Akinci, Tim Shaw, Hamish Andersen, Matthew Bates, Brite Zeng, Lochie McDougall 1st Row Zack Bogoevski, Hudson Augustini, Jordan Secatore, James Mitchell, Luke Williams, Liam Putland, Sam Vakirtzis, Josh Foulds, Shaun Gunaratna, Thomas Stretch Absent Charlie Heaton, Mr. Anthony Poole, J Sum, Mr. Nick Weymouth

YEAR 7 tennis Top Row Ben Hamson, Harry Cotton, Toby Duckinson, Campbell Yeo, Ryan Williams, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Josh McCahon, Jack Bailey 3rd Row Archie Dowd, Hugo Ettershank, James Huang, Charlie Bramley, Thomas O’Leary, Angus Haddon, Mason Szonyi, Tommy Farrell, Ryan Zhu 2nd Row Ms. Debbie Nassiokas, Jake Roach, Richard Fan, Zac Regelman, Rex Ettershank, Aidan McDonald, Shohma Funasaka, Patricio Forbes, George Roubos, Mr. Darren Cook 1st Row Alessandro Brook Savill, Christopher Tomaras, Dan Whitson, Ethan Kearns, Seb Madeira, George Mihailidis, Cooper Beasley, Joe Catalano, Leon Gu, Jan Rekusz Absent Leon Liu, Landon Penca

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YEAR 6 tennis Top Row Marnix Ferwerda, Joshua Avats, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Tom Crennan, Derrick Cee, Gabriel Pozo 3rd Row Luca Robinson, Diesel Saleh, Tom Field, Xander Mitchell, Matthew McIntyre, Dane Lombard, Tom Graham 2nd Row Mr. Stuart Thompson, Cade Segar, Harry George, Elden Zeng, Pasha Mianji, Tom Hollway, Tomas Stewart, Mr. Hamish Leahy 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Byron Bennett, Hugo Kepper, Marcel Rose, Jack Roberts, Lachie St Leger, Andrew McGregor

6 table tennis Top Row Ben Brown, James Longley, William Yang, Jerry Zheng, Joe Ramsden, Lihang Jiang 2nd Row Noah Laurin, Ken Lu, Mark Zhao, Jack Pan, Alex Zheng, Georgen Strintzos, Max Brownbill, Mrs. Monica Le Couteur 1st Row Will Kissane, Harrison Gibbins, Lochie Silva, Alistair Liddle, Max Prassopoulos, Samuel Walters Absent Lachlan Kwong

5 table tennis Top Row Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Billy Burgess, Zach Mighton, Harry Bowerman, Josh Fletcher, Frank Wu, Lachlan Avats, Fr. Chester Lord 1st Row Jackson Zhao, Leonardo Grollo, Will O’Leary, Will Rattray, Huw Thomas, Charles Zhao, Jesse Lacey, Daniel Cameron Absent Harry Young

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Top Row Leonardo Paul, Noah Walton, George Ugrinovski, Rishi Mahendranathan, Bailey Mulhall, Cooper Ballantine 2nd Row Mr. Paul Gurry, Thomas McMullen, Kylan Thompson, Frazer Smith, Harvey Newstead, Daniel Cameron, Miss Jacqui Stenniken 1st Row Ned Bailey, Fletcher Brougham, Jarvis Rowe, Ibuki Sainsbery, Rob Xu, Harry Heaselgrave Absent Jerry Zhang

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Top Row Xander Mitchell, Jackson Chen, Joe Ramsden, Sam Fanning, Jem Spicer, William Stretch, Dane Lombard 3rd Row Charlie Wood, Lachlan Lewis, Tom Graham, Cooper Broun, Ben Brown, Lachie Roberts, Lochie Silva, Patrick McConville, Mr. Hamish Leahy 2nd Row Marcel Rose, Keegan Barnedt, Seb Glassel, Kyle Roos, Marcus Exler, Max Prassopoulos, Marcus Prins 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Lachie St Leger, Matthew DouganBath, Angus Roberts, Will Kissane, Henry Abbott, Josh Watters, Fletcher Hall Absent Tom Field, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Harry George, Harrison Gibbins, Tom Hollway, Seb Khan, Thomas Louw, Mr. Ben Ryan

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H FOOTBA SECONDARY TOUC

Top Row Kip Gibney, Wei-Yee Hall, Max Markham, Jake Turner, Chris Webster, Cameron Berry, Harry Mathews, Hamish Dick 3rd Row Dom Lynch, Anton Derevianko, Lennox Amatruda, Anthony Evans, Joshua Le Grice, Jack Goodings, Kai Weight, Max Post, Mr. Anthony Keane 2nd Row Mackenzie Horth, Nik Rathmayr, Sam Reid, Max MitchellAdams, David Parlane, Christopher Valcanis, Edmund Burt, James Chand 1st Row Oscar Buscombe, Charlie Hannah, Lucas Wright, Harrison Reynolds, Will Middlemiss, Frank Ralogaivau, Harrison Boys Absent Will Brydon-Waldren, Max Hanna, Bud Trevillian

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YEAR 7-8 TOUCH

football

Top Row (L-R) Tom Henley, Sam Sweet, Jarod Prins, Mitch Terry, Zac Landsman, Matteo Palillo, Joshua Jarick, James Reid, Mack Andersen, Connor Harding, Zach Carr, Max Linder Next Row Alex Rico, Cooper Dowe, Jonathan Pascuzzi, Nick McCluskey, Ryan McKenzie, Aaron Mickelborough, Nicholas Skokic, Harry DeSantis, Oscar Gill, Dylan O’Brien-Petersen, Charlie Whithington, Oliver Goodger, Ben Fox Next Row Jack Giblin, Angus Tragear-Whiting, Ethan Lyons, Kento Hikima, Nathanial Khan, Lucas Wilson, Tristan Orb, Hugo Ferguson, James Clarkson, Nic Volpe, Brayden Hope, Blake Picking Next Row Alex Jacobs, Kyle Verbunt, AJ Harris, Joseph Beninati, Tyson Williams, Ethan Balaskas, Calvin Cook, Oliver Holland, Justin Verdini, Lachlan Molloy, Jack Barlow, Mr Robert Hanley Front Row Billy Morris, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, James Macnab, Matthew Cameron, Zayne DiPietro, Tom Marriott, Jonah Campigli, Malachi Bakker, Kai Vivian, Campbell Dovison, Matthew Cruse, Bailey Lewis.

cross country L to R Jan Rekusz, Toon Craps, Tom Bartels, Lincoln Zhang, Thomas Bond, Jordan De Worsop

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5-6 cross coun

Top Row Elden Zeng, Tuur Craps, Tom Field, James Tan, Hugo Richey, William Stretch, Ken Lu, Trent Vincent, Lachlan Kwong, Mr. Ben Ryan 2nd Row Mrs. Cindy van Dijk, Aydin Ilhan, Billy Burgess, Kyle Roos, Leonardo Paul, Declan McCormack, Ayden Roos, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Cade Segar, Mrs. Cathy Box 1st Row Edward Mitrevski, Conrad Retschko, Oscar Ettershank, Felix Wolfe, Julian Carlin, Henry Abbott, Andrew McGregor, Harry Denning, Daniel Cameron Absent Zach Mighton, Lewis Porteous, Kyle Hearne

1st xi hockey Top Row Harrison Preston, Zach Adam-Gedge, Martin Kulesza, James Dickson, David Li 2nd Row Thomas Picking, Niklas Loycke, Spencer Nevett, Billy Pearson, Craig Marais, Brendan Reddell, Mr. Patrick Sanders 1st Row Lucas Pithie, Oscar Rochanakij, Brad Marais, Will Middlemiss, Maxim Coste Absent Oliver Lally, Ewan Smith, Andrew Wang, Oliver Bradfield

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OPEN 2nds hock

Top Row Max Purcell, Nate Hunter, Gus Harris, Sam Cao, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Leo Liang, Mr. Adrian Janson 1st Row David Peng, Jerry Gong, Lukas Giannatos, Peter Frances, Kieran Farrell, Kevin Gao, Lionel Wang

9-10 hockey Top Row Jaikob Akinci, Billy Pearson, Jaxon Putland, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Yali Lin 2nd Row Maxim Christodoulou, Frank Peng, Oliver Bradfield, Patrick Gu, Sven Steward, Mr. Simon Kessler 1st Row Oliver Lally, Dylan Goodger, Andrew Wang, Hristos Paraskevas, James Semenov Absent Benjamin Booth, Lachlan Cardell, Maxim Coste, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Dan Griffith, Jason Gu, Ben HildebrandNeumann, Henry Kerr, Louie Liu, Craig Marais, Thomas Picking, Lucas Pithie, Brendan Reddell, Ewan Smith, Dylan Tomsic, James Tsindos, Tom Xu

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7-8 hockey Top Row Zac Tassoni, Freddie Smith, Callum Couper, James Bessell, Jack Kissane, Felix Brighton-Knight 3rd Row Henry Salisbury, Sam Llewellyn, Eason Liu, Dylan Roberts, Finn Powell, Josh McCahon, Max Thomas 2nd Row Christian Paice, Kevin Liu, Sebastian Felicetti, Jake Fincher, Thomas Doan, Blake Picking, Isaiah Delana 1st Row Oscar Cowling, Fedya Kononchuk, Jenson Galvin, John Hollway, Aaron Hong-Dunnett, Will Fearn, Thomas Stretch Absent Aidan McDonald, Zachary Shieh, Jordan Stewart, Mrs. Jessica Taillandier, Chuck Tian, Karl Unger

6 HOCKEY Top Row Lachlan Lewis, Chai Scott, Aidan Williams, William Yang, Gus Calder, Hugh Hasker, Mr. Luke Fensling 1st Row Marcus Prins, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Hugo Fyfe, Lachlan Kwong, Charlie Wood, Samuel Walters Absent James Tan

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5 hockey Top Row Harvey Newstead, Corey Gendala, Aidan Hearne, Trent Vincent, Isaac Pels, Kylan Thompson, Frazer Smith, Jacob Everett, Mr. Stuart Thompson 1st Row Daniel Cameron, Leonardo Grollo, Harry Denning, Huw Thomas, Conrad Retschko, Robbie McNaughton, Shau-En Usher

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1st xviii footba

Top Row Ben Pryor, Ben Fisher, Ned Bellmaine, Nick Phillips, Jake Turner, Matthew Noske, Archie Perkins 3rd Row Jacob Travers, Darby Hipwell, Joshua Le Grice, Ben Branson, Louis Butler, Campbell Tweedie, Jack Goodings, Flynn Wood 2nd Row Oscar Lewis, Mr. Benjamin White, Jordan Hayter, Luke Hart, Jack Munnings, Adam Oulton, Max Hanna, James Larkworthy, Judd Rowell, Mr. Robert Shaw, Max Stroud 1st Row Darcy McConnon, David Seager, William Agius, Hamish Dick, Harrison Reynolds, Joel Crocker, Caspar Tremlett, Dom Lynch

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OPEN 2nds foot

Top Row Cam Robertson, Hudson Rowell, Ned Bellmaine, Felix Flockart, Fergus Murray, Joe Lynch 3rd Row Ben Pryor, Tom Whitson, Anthony Evans, Trent Mailing, Joshua Snowsill, Harry Mathews, Max James 2nd Row Oscar O’Brien, Judd Rowell, Flynn Wood, Adam Oulton, Jack Munnings, James Larkworthy 1st Row Austin Lawson, Matt Field, Sam Roberts, Kai Weight, Charlie Moore, Thomas Bennett, Will Hughes

ball

OPEN 3rds foot

Top Row Jake Mongey, Brock Jackson, Mike Kantounatakis, Joshua Clyne, Daniel Abbott, Christian Gernandt 3rd Row William Speyer, Will McAllister, Jonty Wells, Alex Grant, Oliver Thomas, Benjamin Summerfield, Connor Cooper 2nd Row Oscar Palmer, James Provis, Tom Banfield, Seb Mottram, Lachlan Hernadi, Jack Wyss, Jackson Swanell, Daniel Bates 1st Row Mike Nasrallah, Greg Hick, Nik Rathmayr, Mr. David Nixon, Sebastian Walsh, Kei Hirasedo, Jamie Tzimas

304

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year 10 footbal

Top Row Trent Thomas, Harrison Kirkham, Tom Cantwell, Ben Morgan, Campbell Sedgwick, Joshua Bortolussi, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Ben Sexton, Kip Gibney 3rd Row Nate Hollis, Thomas Smith, Jordan Segar, Spencer Wood, Jakub Williams, Dexter Dowd, Thomas Blamires, Christopher Valcanis, Griff Adams, Gus Bland 2nd Row Meluke Gunter, Charlie Lamont, Lucas Wright, Lukas Galanopoulos, Lachie Caldwell, Christian Aloi, Dante Caruso, Bailey Rohan, Ms. Georgia Hartman-Smith 1st Row Luca Jarvis, Harrison Boys, Jack Seymour, Luke Langdon, Thomas Draheim, Jackson Sweet, Jeremy Booth, Sam Banfield, Dom Frederico, Hayden Cory Absent Max Blyth, Ben Fisher, Harry Fisher, Pablo Forbes, Benjamin Green, Jordan Hayter, Darby Hipwell, Darcy McConnon, Ben Paynter, Archie Perkins, Matthew Ross, Kyle Stewart, Denver Stroud, Harry Wright

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Year 9 footbal

Top Row Connor Marriott, Tom Howard, Flynn Cooper, Samuel Breen, Hugh Moir, Harry Cornwell, Harry Harte, Ben Sullivan, Dan Hurd, Gus Edgar 3rd Row Luke Hill, Lachlan Zissis, Lachlan Barlow, Blake Oliver, Milan Adams, Henry Munnings, Peter Tsiakos, Leo Read, Lachie Brooks, Cameron Hathway, Lachy Miller 2nd Row Thomas Arrigo, Ryan Agg, Joshua Louw, Jordan Benitez, James Ianuali, Ajay James, Sam Stewart, Sam Flockart, Alex Reilly, Callan Cummins, Mr. Samuel Larkworthy 1st Row Chris Field, Tom Burnell, Gus Corke, Lucas Williamson, Troy Cook, Luca Macnab, Josh Badge, Caden Arnold, Josh Hudghton, Hamish Roberts, Callum Bond Absent Aaron Aloi, Marcus Bierens, Jordan Bourke, James Capp, Kai Dimattina, Thomas Farrelly, Harrison Fulton, Jonathan Hick, Patrick Hoy, Nic Merrill, Charlie Schwerdt, Harry Thom, Mitchell Waldron, Michael Webb, Sam Wyss

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YEar 8 Footbal

Top Row Archie May, Jorge Houridis, Cameron MacKenzie, James Bourke, Darcy Gilbert, Lachlan McCluskey, James Hare, Dougal Bland, Tom Marriott, Josh Jarick 3rd Row Sebastian Watters, Damien Paino, Ryan McKenzie, Ben Edmondson, Tom Howden, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Noah Hartman, Marlo Hofmann, Jackson McKenzie, Max Morris, Lucas Connell 2nd Row Max Linder, Harry Llewellyn, Mitchell Kuzilny, Tom O’Connor, Luke Williams, Jack Stewart, Lucas Toms, Aaron Mickelburough, James McDougall, Charlie Heaton, Zach Bowen, Mr. Travis Hopgood 1st Row Mitchell Ryan, Lochie McDougall, Thomas Rohan, Jonathan Pascuzzi, Jonah Campigli, Jamie Hope, Luke Travers, William Moreton, Cooper Hollway, Oscar Noble, Xavier Hendy Absent Matthew Bates, Flynn Bongiorno, Harry De Santis, Jamie Draheim, Tom Henley, Max Langworthy, Jules Lohan, Matteo Palillo, Elliot Perkins, Justin Verdini, Tyson Williams

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year 7 footbal

Top Row Tristan Orb, Harry McKenzie, Oscar Gill, Erik Kyparisis, Ted McKimm, Angus Thomson, Jeremy Rodda, Ben Antonis, Jett Butler, George Hill, Miller Chilcott 3rd Row Nat Khan, Oscar Newstead, Dan Whitson, Ben Fox, Tommy Keyte, Oliver Fyfe, Tommy Farrell, Kento Hikima, Oliver Aloi, James Clarkson, Mr. Tim Marshall 2nd Row Moe Spencer, Oliver Howell, Patrick Aylward, Josh Finkelstein, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Tommy Jarvis, Archie Dowd, Charlie Paterson, Cooper Dowe, Kristian Foster, Kyle Verbunt, Archie Walton, Sam Heron 1st Row Luca Dixon, Jack Barlow, James Macnab, Nate Stroud, Brayden Hope, Oliver Goodger, Bailey Lewis, Mason Szonyi, Kai Vivian, Max Nannes, Angus Tragear Whiting, Lachlan Paino Absent Darcy Seymour, Patricio Forbes, Joe Catalano

5A football

5B football

Top Row Cooper Ballantine, Charles Williams, Isaac Pels, Arty Woodward, Bailey Mulhall, Noah Walton, Lachie Reid 2nd Row Jarvis Rowe, Harvey O’Sullivan, Thomas McMullen, Will Rattray, Jake Ring, Cooper Chilcott, Mr. Stuart Thompson 1st Row Jesse Lacey, Jody Cripps, Tom Fischer, Harvey Newstead, Hamish Featherston, Sebastian Naccarella, Jake Charlton Absent Ned Bailey, Fletcher Brougham, Luke Sexton

Top Row Lachie Taylor, Frazer Smith, Harry Young, Jerry Mei, George Ugrinovski, Kylan Thompson, Jacob Everett, Mr. Paul Gurry 1st Row Robbie McNaughton, Kevin Zhao, Harry Bowerman, Alex Roach, Jerry Zhang, Will Bennett, Luke Connolly Absent Jake Charlton, Corey Gendala, Benjamin Ride

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6a football Top Row Harry Newett, Harry Pollock, Joe Ramsden, Lucas Hiscock, Sam Fanning, Zach Travers, Lenny Hofmann, Jem Spicer 2nd Row Max Brownbill, Tom Graham, Josh Carr, Xander Mitchell, Will O’Connor, Seb Khan, Luca Robinson, Cooper Broun, Lachlan Lewis, Mr. Hamish Leahy 1st Row Fletcher Hall, Josh Watters, Charlie Wood, Nicky Robertson, Tom Kollmorgen, Patrick McConville, Harrison Gibbins, Lachie St Leger

6B football Top Row Aiden Retief, Aidan Williams, Thomas Louw, Jerry Zheng, Gus Calder, James Lineham, Gabriel Pozo 2nd Row Oliver Chang, Lachie Roberts, Georgen Strintzos, Marnix Ferwerda, Dane Lombard, Harry George, Lochie Silva, Tom Hollway, Mr. Luke Fensling 1st Row Lachlan Auden, Marcus Prins, Marcel Rose, Seb Glassel, Angus Roberts, Byron Bennett, Hugo Kepper Absent Tom Graham, Luca Robinson

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RUGBY SQUAD Top Row Lenny Ewers, Ben Curtis, Harry Whiffin, Jackson Crawshaw, Callum Stanford, Will Muller, Wei-Yee Hall, Micah Swann, Seamus Mintrom, James Sherborne, Tim Moulton, Vuna Ofahengaue 6th Row: Cas Payne, Hugo Mintrom, Nathaniel Fyffe, Mitz Metaxas, Max Post, Charlie Clarke, Max Mitchell-Adams, Flynn Dickson, Ethan Calcatjicos, Reagan Lenihan, Zac Landsman, James Reid 5th Row: Liam Putland, Hamish Andersen, Michael Paltoglou, Jack Curtis, Ethan Lovett, Reuben Cook, Archie Jackson, Henry Armstrong, Alec Ciciulla, Christopher Valcanis, Joel Tyler, Oscar Sloan, Dylan O’Brien-Petersen, Oliver Robertson 4th Row: Josh Dougan-Bath, Henry Williams, Alex Rico, Ethan Lyons, Samson Adams, Charlie Catt, Chris Webster, Josh Canham, James Fisher, Frank Ralogaivau, Lucas Wilson, Toby Duckinson, Charlie Withington, Jarod Prins 3rd Row Jackson Court, Jordan Secatore, Alexander Jacob, Zac De Worsop, Charlie Hayes, Harry Barden, William Bullock, Cameron Berry, Bud Trevillian, Jack Bailey, Charlie Bramley, Calvin Cook, Heath Dickson 2nd Row Mr. Jack Hollingsworth, Mackenzie Horth, Sam Reid, Michael Jonker, William Graves, James Crew, Tom Murray, Cameron Glasgow, Andy Nie, Matt Taylor, Charlton Stuart-Williams, Joel Dow, Mr. Peter Whitehead 1st Row Charlie Hannah, Will Gregory, Noah Jones, Ethan O’Brien, Ed Curwen, Nick Adams, James Chand, Mr. Joshua Moore, Max Markham, Devan Nicholls, David Parlane, Edmund Burt, Will Brydon-Waldren, Jack Morrison Absent Lennox Amatruda, Harry Catt, Charles Chen, Harley Chessells, Liam Coleman, Harry De Santis, Gregoire Dillee, Mr. Biddy Duckham, Finn Estella, Stirling Findlay, Harry Harcourt, Noah Hunt, Archie Hynes, Ryan Jackson, Ajay James, Leon Liu, Keane Lombard, Luke Matthews, Hugh Moir, Nathan Moore, Alex Reilly, Reece Smart, Jack Stewart, Kyle Stewart, Max Twycross, Ned Walker, Kevin Wang

1st xv rugby Top Row Cameron Berry, Harry Catt, Chris Webster, Josh Canham, James Fisher, William Bullock, Zac De Worsop 2nd Row Michael Jonker, Nick Adams, Charlie Hayes, Tom Murray, Cameron Glasgow, James Crew, Bud Trevillian, Ed Curwen, Mr. Joshua Moore 1st Row Will Brydon-Waldren, Edmund Burt, Devan Nicholls, James Chand, Max Markham, Ethan O’Brien, Jack Stewart Absent Ms. Biddy Duckham

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2nd xv rugby Top Row Harry Barden, Bud Trevillian, Andy Nie, Wei-Yee Hall, Cameron Berry, Charlie Hayes, William Graves, Archie Hynes, David Parlane 2nd Row Matt Taylor, Micah Swann, Michael Jonker, Noah Jones, Sam Reid, Nick Adams, Alec Ciciulla, Mr. Joshua Moore 1st Row Jack Stewart, Will Gregory, Edmund Burt, Charlie Hannah, Will Brydon-Waldren, Jack Morrison, Joel Tyler

6 soccer Top Row Ken Lu, Michael Cui, William Stretch, Lucas Hiscock, Mark Zhao, Sam Trainor 3rd Row Pasha Mianji, Marnix Ferwerda, Dane Lombard, Gabriel Pozo, Tom Field, Georgen Strintzos, Elden Zeng 2nd Row Tomas Stewart, Jack Roberts, Tom Hollway, Kyle Roos, Diesel Saleh, Nicky Robertson, Ayden Roos, Mrs. Cathy Box 1st Row Byron Bennett, Hugo Kepper, Max Prassopoulos, Seb Glassel, Patrick McConville, Julian Carlin, Felix Wolfe Absent Cade Segar

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5 soccer Top Row Harry Young, Kyle Hearne, Thomas Dunne, George Ugrinovski, Remy D’Alessandro, Noah Walton 3rd Row Harry Heaselgrave, Billy Burgess, Charlie Sabin, Leonardo Paul, Lewis Porteous, Gavin Liu, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis 2nd Row Mr. Paul Gurry, Oscar Ettershank, Rob Xu, Jake Ring, Aydin Ilhan, Alex Roach, Jared Thomas, Mrs. Cindy van Dijk 1st Row Jake Charlton, Thomas Lipovetsky, Luke Connolly, Luke Sexton, Will Bennett, Edward Mitrevski, Jody Cripps Absent Ned Bailey, Ryan Raglin

YEAR 7 soccer Top Row James Hepples, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Seb Madeira, Ethan Kearns, Julius Ferwerda, George Mihailidis, Ben Hamson 3rd Row Thomas O’Leary, Angus Haddon, Joseph Beninati, Ollie van der Slot, Nickolas Skocic, Leon Gu, Ryan Zhu, Landan Lee, Tom Gianatti 2nd Row Richard Fan, Matthew Cameron, Aaron Hudghton, Ryan Cory, Shohma Funasaka, Matthew Cruse, Ethan Balaskas, Alessandro Brook Savill, Mr. Jamie Watson 1st Row Max Crawley, Matt Fuller, George Roubos, Jake Roach, Campbell Dovison, Kristian Kortge, Malachi Bakker, Tommy Mazzoni, Matty Goss Absent Zac Garrett, Leon Haralambakis, Leon Liu, Zac Regelman

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YEAr 8 soccer Top Row Lachlan McCurry, Nikolas Stavrellis, Henry Mitrevski, Tom Bailey, William Stebbing, William Bradbury, Benjamin Akinci, Jack Duckinson 3rd Row Henry Pearson, Finn Watson-Hook, Leslie Tole, Milo Lade, Callum Heath, Marcus Sorensen, Spiros Velos, Zach Carr, Elijah Akinci 2nd Row Brite Zeng, Tim Shaw, Oscar Lewis, Tim Tso, Matthew Hill, Josh Foulds, Sam Vakirtzis, Oliver Holland, Mr. Shintaro Nagayama 1st Row Zack Bogoevski, George Thompson, Cameron McIntyre, Cail Thomson, Kai Adachi, Stanley Chen, Declan Bakker, Isaac Lee, Hudson Augustini Absent Calum Binnie, James Cheng, Liam Coleman, Jacob Cooper, Lane Donohue, Shaun Gunaratna, Oscar Lo, Henry Lowenstein, George McDowell, Jack Palmos, J Sum, Jarrad Thomson, Jevons Wang, David Yuan

YEAR 9 soccer Top Row Vassili Kyparisis, Harley Chessells, Toby Marsden, James Swyny, Stirling Findlay, Jack Anson, Fynn Lade 2nd Row Tony Li, Will Featherston, Jett O’Brien, Max Mozina, Tony Ma, Matt Elliott, Sacha Jacquet, Max Kortge 1st Row Declan Hayes, Ryan Dang, Zach Mandragona, Tom Redpath, Alexander Christopoulos, Jules Fabre, Adam Larkan Absent Nick Anson, Nick Barreto, James Cannuli, Harrison Chapman, Jack Curtis, Christian Felicetti, Sam Hayes, Juan Hu, Cameron Khan, Victor Luo, Mack McGrath, Markus Mittermayr, Wilson Shi, Harrison Svensen, Nicholas Verga, Owen Vulcan, Mr. Alan Wilkes

312

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YEAr 10 soccer Top Row Thomas Barlabas, Hamish Gee, Carl Rumbens, Lachie Briggs, Lachlan Wake, Julian Svensen 2nd Row Finn Livitsanis, William Fry, Victor Ding, Oliver Warren, Nik Vakirtzis, Ms. Anna Ladas 1st Row Aymeric Fabre, Charlie Durkin, Joshua Tate, Jason Wang, Ollie Cruse, Jack Longmire Absent Mitchell Augustini, Evan Best, Keir Canwell, Flynn Chan, Costa Chantzos, Jack Clarkson, Tommy Colaci, Jackson Crawshaw, Richard Jiang, Dominic Kastrinakis, Liam Konidaris, Robert Kyte, Luke Marsden, Max McLachlan, Steven Stavrellis, Jason Tang, Ryan Thorpe, Ethan Vaserman

OPEN SOCCER Top Row Aidan Nicholls, Liam O’Kane, Ral St John, Max Kinsman, Gary Guo, Matt Downs, Jasper Mutimer, Michael Fitzgerald 3rd Row Owen Lui, Tom Elliott, Sam Patterson, Nick Longmire, Anton Derevianko, Mitchell Fitzgerald, Harry Roubos, James Hamilton, Lewis Panaouris 2nd Row Mr. Jason Bain, Dylan Hebden, Ivan Yung, Timothy Krynski, Asher Yu, Jack Thomas, Patrick Liddle, Matthew Young, Charlie Brewster, Hank Hua, Gary Hu 1st Row Adam Levenda-Freeman, Dennis Gu, Ryan Hartshorne, Max Ashman, John Paterson, Michael Dean, Feilong Yun, Steve Suits, Gordon Chen, Curtis Wilson, Sam Haddon Absent Kosta Arvanitakis, Ethan Baines, Isaac Burgess, Luke Burgess, Matthew Cook, Benjamin Cruse, Callum Drake, Brandon Duan, Tom Franklyn, Johnathan Georgiadis, Felix Gong, Mack Gregson, Jason He, Connor Hipwell, Zaid Hussein, Victor Jakobus, Azmain Kalitzki, James Konstas, Leo Kouskouris, Ms. Anna Ladas, William Lam, Yan Le, Warren Lee, Jack Liu, Lawrence Liu, Zachary Loong, Teddy Lovell, Connor McConville, Hamish McDowell, Noah McGrath, Mr. Shintaro Nagayama, Finn Roberts, Tristan Scheirs, Eric Shi, Mr. Luke Stewart, Mikkel Talts, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Chris Van Essen, Ivan Wang, Simon Wang, Mr. Jamie Watson, Mr. Alan Wilkes, Josh Williams, Austin Zou

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1st xi soccer Top Row Brandon Duan, Anton Derevianko, Michael Fitzgerald, Tom Franklyn, Aidan Nicholls, Steven Stavrellis, Tommy Colaci 2nd Row James Konstas, Tristan Scheirs, Cameron Khan, Mack Gregson, Noah McGrath, Azmain Kalitzki, Finn Roberts 1st Row Leo Kouskouris, Jack Clarkson, Benjamin Cruse, Kosta Arvanitakis, Hamish McDowell, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Ethan Baines Absent Costa Chantzos, James Hamilton, Connor Hipwell, Adam Levenda-Freeman, Sam Patterson, Mr. Luke Stewart

5 volleyball Top Row Remy D’Alessandro, Andrew Zhang, Alex Jin, Rishi Mahendranathan, Aidan Hearne, Thomas Dunne, Frank Wu 2nd Row Miss Jacqui Stenniken, Harry Heaselgrave, Charlie Sabin, Lucas Barwood, Josh Fletcher, Luca New, Lachlan Avats, Kyle Hearne, Gavin Liu, Mr. David Turner 1st Row Shau-En Usher, Thomas Lipovetsky, Sammy Regelman, Rob Xu, Jared Thomas, Huw Thomas, Leonardo Grollo, Bowen Ke, Ethan Abramovich Absent Will O’Leary

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6 volleyball Top Row Hugh Langdon, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Tom Jorgensen, Tom Crennan, William Yang, James Longley, Derrick Cee, Ethan Rowe 3rd Row Fr. Chester Lord, Jackson Chen, Hugh Hasker, Jack Pan, Michael Cui, Mark Zhao, Sam Trainor, Lihang Jiang, Joshua Avats, Ben Brown, Mrs. Monica Le Couteur 2nd Row Keegan Barnedt, Tomas Stewart, Noah Laurin, Matthew McIntyre, Alex Zheng, Chai Scott, Diesel Saleh, Hugo Fyfe, Alistair Liddle 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Oskar Andersen, Jack Roberts, Marcus Exler, Max Prassopoulos, William Barton, Samuel Walters, Will Kissane, Matthew Dougan-Bath Absent Pasha Mianji, Mr. Dean Bryan

dball

5 european han

Top Row Lachlan Avats, Zach Mighton, Jerry Mei, Andrew Zhang, Josh Fletcher, Ibuki Sainsbery, Mr. Dean Bryan 1st Row Bowen Ke, Charles Zhao, Lucas Barwood, Jackson Zhao, Ethan Abramovich

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dball

6 european han

Top Row Fr. Chester Lord, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Jackson Chen, Tom Crennan, Sam Fanning, James Longley, Harry Pollock, Mr. Ben Ryan 2nd Row Keegan Barnedt, Lihang Jiang, Ben Brown, Derrick Cee, Joshua Avats, Aiden Retief, Gavin Barnedt 1st Row Tuur Craps, Oskar Andersen, Lochie Silva, Matthew McIntyre, Max Brownbill, Tom Kollmorgen, Lachlan Auden, Fletcher Hall Absent William Barton, Marcus Exler

1st futsal Top Row Finn Roberts, Tom Franklyn, Hamish McDowell, Adam Levenda-Freeman 1st Row Leo Kouskouris, Benjamin Cruse, Kosta Arvanitakis, Nick Longmire, Jack Clarkson Absent Ethan Baines, Cameron Khan, Tristan Scheirs, Steven Stavrellis

316

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5-6 athletics Top Row Seb Khan, Tom Field, Hugo Richey, Ethan Rowe, Aidan Williams, Hugh Langdon, Lucas Hiscock, Lenny Hofmann, Harry Newett, Aiden Retief, Isaac Pels, Elden Zeng 3rd Row Mrs. Cindy van Dijk, Hugh Hasker, Oliver Chang, Lewis Porteous, Max Brownbill, Zach Mighton, Aidan Hearne, Declan McCormack, Ayden Roos, Tom Kollmorgen, Luca New, Benjamin Ride 2nd Row Shau-En Usher, Sebastian Naccarella, Billy Burgess, Addison Amor, Gavin Liu, Corey Gendala, Lucas Barwood, Will Rattray, Jake Ring, Edward Mitrevski, William Barton, Mrs. Cathy Box 1st Row Jesse Lacey, Luke Connolly, Luke Sexton, Lachlan Auden, Byron Bennett, Harvey O’Sullivan, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Kevin Zhao, Alex Roach, Oscar Ettershank, Jake Charlton Absent Julian Carlin, Jody Cripps, Harry Denning, Cade Segar, Lachie St Leger

athletics squad Top Row Jackson Sweet, Samuel Fitzgerald, Max James, David Seager, Oscar Lewis, Archie Perkins, Ben Fisher, Martin Kulesza, Felix Flockart, Harry Mathews, Hamish Dick, Aidan Nicholls, Louis Butler, Cameron Khan, Ben Sullivan, Christopher Valcanis, Jordan Hayter 4th Row: Jakub Williams, Ethan Calcatjicos, Lucas Wright, Kei Hirasedo, Darcy McConnon, Alec Ciciulla, Aaron Leferink, James Capp, Connor Marriott, Noah McGrath, Michael Dean, James Swyny, Cameron Hathway, Jett O’Brien, William Lam, Luke Langdon, Maxim Christodoulou 3rd Row Mr. Martin Green, James Hepples, Nikolas Stavrellis, Ryan McKenzie, Ben Antonis, Lucas Williamson, Joel Tyler, Max Mozina, Sam Flockart, Joshua Louw, Caden Arnold, Sam Banfield, Tom Marriott, Tom Howden, Jackson McKenzie, Leslie Tole, Mr. Christian Machar 2nd Row Mr. Samuel Larkworthy, Oliver Howell, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Josh Finkelstein, Oliver Goodger, Kento Hikima, Charlie Morgan, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Jarod Prins, George Hill, Mason Szonyi, Tristan Orb, Jonah Campigli, Max Linder, Archie Dowd, Charlie Paterson, Kyle Verbunt, Ms. Amy Atchison 1st Row Campbell Dovison, Harry Penwright, Xavier Hendy, Jace Dimmer, Brayden Hope, Moe Spencer, Anthony Evans, Mrs. Meg Adem, Will Middlemiss, Mr. Tom Morehouse, Tristan Scheirs, Cooper Dowe, Jules Lohan, James Macnab, Kai Vivian, Patricio Forbes, Mitchell Ryan GRAMMARIAN 2018

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7 water polo Top Row Julius Ferwerda, Thomas Hahn, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Heath Fulton, Zac Garrett 2nd Row Tommy Jarvis, Angus Haddon, Oliver Fyfe, Miller Chilcott, Tom Farrell, Hugo Ettershank, Mrs. Karine Coste 1st Row Lachlan Paino, Rex Ettershank, Harry Penwright, Leon Gu, Kristian Kortge Absent Jack Bailey, Joe Catalano, Heath Dickson, Erik Kyparisis

9 water polo Top Row Harrison Fulton, Brady Collins, Thomas Farrelly, Hugh Moir, Lachlan Stewart, Lachie Brooks 2nd Row Lachlan Zissis, Victor Luo, Wilson Shi, Owen Vulcan, Harrison Svensen, Ms. Angelique Beguin 1st Row Ryan Agg, Sam Hayes, Eric Sima, Juan Hu, Will Featherston, Matt Elliott Absent Oliver Bradfield, Stirling Findlay, Max Kortge, Will Muller

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8 water polo Top Row Jorge Houridis, Luke Travers, Tom Bailey, Lucas Connell, Marlo Hofmann 2nd Row Oliver Robertson, Hamish Andersen, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Jamie Draheim, Zach Carr, Jay Gibson, Mrs. Karine Coste 1st Row Max Langworthy, Charlie Heaton, Ethan Lyons, Samson Adams, Sam Vakirtzis Absent Toon Craps, Josh Dougan-Bath, Darcy Gilbert, Zac Landsman, Archie May, Max Morris, Damien Paino, Michael Paltoglou, Henry Pearson, Jake Tuim, Sebastian Watters, Henry Williams

10 water polo Top Row Billy Pearson, Kip Gibney, Joshua Bortolussi, Ben Morgan, Max Mitchell-Adams, Ms. Angelique Beguin 1st Row Kyle Stewart, Thomas Draheim, Jeremy Booth, Lucas Pithie, Luca Jarvis Absent Max Blyth, Archie Jackson, Harrison Kirkham, Finn Livitsanis, Ben Paynter, Max Post, Jordan Segar


5 water polo Top Row Lachie Taylor, Kyle Hearne, Trent Vincent, Arty Woodward, Charles Williams, Harry Bowerman, Mr. Stuart Thompson 1st Row Hamish Featherston, Charles Zhao, Aydin Ilhan, Cooper Chilcott, Lachie Reid, Jacob Everett, Tom Fischer, Jared Thomas Absent Jackson Zhao

1st water polo Top Row Nick Adams, Ben Paynter, Harry Mathews, Thomas Farrelly, Harrison Kirkham, Charlie Hayes, Harrison Preston 1st Row Sam Hayes, Archie Jackson, James Dickson, Jordan Segar, Finn Estella

6 water polo Top Row Harry Pollock, James Longley, Tom Jorgensen, Gus Calder, Zach Travers, James Lineham, Mr. Luke Fensling 1st Row Felix Wolfe, Luca Robinson, Marnix Ferwerda, James Tan, Josh Carr, Tuur Craps, Nicky Robertson Absent Will O’Connor

2nd water polo Top Row Joe Lynch, Felix Flockart, Ben Graham, Luke Sorensen 1st Row Jack Thomas, Jacob Travers, Lachlan Hernadi, Sam Haddon

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Group Photos

DIVING Top Row Ethan Gendala, Meluke Gunter, Gus Bland, Ms. Andrea Hayes 1st Row Charlie Paterson, Tommy Keyte, Luca Jarvis, Callum Bond, Luca Dixon Absent Ms. Emma Andrews, Dylan Ingram, Daniel Smith

5 basketball Top Row Arty Woodward, Alex Jin, Rishi Mahendranathan, Bailey Mulhall 3rd Row Jarvis Rowe, Frank Wu, Charles Williams, Cooper Ballantine, Declan McCormack, Luca New, Will Rattray 2nd Row Thomas McMullen, Harry Bowerman, Kevin Zhao, Lachie Taylor, Jimmy Chen, Benjamin Ride, Harvey O’Sullivan, Mr. David Turner 1st Row Sebastian Naccarella, Hamish Featherston, Fletcher Brougham, Cooper Chilcott, Will O’Leary, Tom Fischer, Jesse Lacey Absent Lachie Reid, Miss Jacqui Stenniken

320

GRAMMARIAN 2018


6 basketball Top Row Lenny Hofmann, Hugh Langdon, Zach Travers, Tom Jorgensen, Jerry Zheng, Joe Ramsden, Ethan Rowe, Hugo Richey, Seb Khan 3rd Row Mr. Hamish Leahy, James Lineham, Josh Carr, Harry Newett, Will O’Connor, Thomas Louw, Jem Spicer, Xander Mitchell, Jack Pan, Luca Robinson, Tom Graham, Mrs. Monica Le Couteur 2nd Row Henry Abbott, Noah Laurin, Lachie Roberts, Cooper Broun, Alex Zheng, Harry George, Josh Watters 1st Row Alistair Liddle, Harrison Gibbins, Marcel Rose, Angus Roberts, Oliver Chang, Will Kissane, Lachie St Leger, Andrew McGregor Absent Mr. Dean Bryan

7 basketball Top Row Allen Wu, William Sun, Connor Harding, Jack Byrnes, Campbell Yeo, Mack Anderson, Daniel Dai, Ryan Williams 3rd Row David Yang, Jimmy Watkins, James Pascoe, Thomas Hahn, Heath Fulton, Nick McCluskey, Hugo Ettershank, Steven Lu 2nd Row Cooper Beasley, Tom Howie, Lachlan Molloy, Jacob Ellery, James Huang, Kevin Liao, Eason Gao, James Pennington, Nick Smith 1st Row Jace Dimmer, Jack Giblin, Ben Chou, Christopher Tomaras, Zayne Di Pietro, Rex Ettershank, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Billy Morris Absent Hunter Absalom, Matthew Barwood, Charlie Bramley, Miss Nicole Clark, Hugo Ferguson, Kalem Meyer, Mitch Terry

GRAMMARIAN 2018

321


Group Photos

8 basketball Top Row Thomas Galinas, Angus Elliott, Charlie Rumble, Jake Tuim, Jackson Pantelopoulos 2nd Row Charlie Morgan, Luca Spampinato, Massimo Brasacchio, Peter Gu, Eric Chen, Jay Liu 1st Row James Mitchell, Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen, Lexi Wang, Ethan Gendala, Jiaze Jin, Sam Sweet, Jasper Findlay Absent Jerry Chen, Will Field, Jay Gibson, Miss Bianca Lentini, Jimmy Long, Hugo Simpson

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9-10 basketbal

Top Row Sam Funston, Cameron Acheson, Jack Damyon, Callum Harding, Jack Tiver, Will Landman 2nd Row Jason Gu, Charles Chen, Lachlan Stewart, Sky Wu, Owen Lin, Justin Feng, Edward Forster 1st Row Daniel Curatore, Oliver Lochhead, Daniel Smith, Steven Luo, Peter Qiu, Leo Yang, Eric Sima, Larry Li Absent Will Biddick, Brady Collins, Beau De Bruijn, Eric Fu, Tian Pang, Rex Patterson, Mrs. Louise Piva, Eric Stone, James Tsindos

322

GRAMMARIAN 2018


L OPEN BASKETBAL Top Row Joshua Sum, Lachie May, Lawrence Liu, Aqil Packir Saibo 1st Row Tom Chen, Luke Sorensen, Liam McInerney, Jason Jin, Jose Kosenda Absent Jonathon Leadbeater, Matthew Leadbeater, Steven Sun, Jevons Yu

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1st v basketbal

Top Row Max Benier, Callum McPeake, Harry Reilly, Mitchell Kelly, Ben Graham, Kareem Zecevic, Mr. Cameron Taylor 1st Row Ethan Furey, James Clark, Bradley Hickey, Hayden Mitchell, Samuel Fitzgerald, Jimmy Gui

GRAMMARIAN 2018

323


Group Photos

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Top Row Harry Thom, Jack Wyss, Jack Damyon, Trent Mailing, Martin Kulesza, Max Mitchell-Adams, Daniel Smith, Brady Collins, Flynn Cooper 2nd Row Thomas Hahn, Hamish Roberts, Sam Stewart, Sam Wyss, Tom Bailey, Ethan Gendala, Sebastian Walsh, Lachy Miller, John Hollway, Mr. Mat Steed 1st Row Isaac Lee, Rex Ettershank, Oscar Gill, Will Middlemiss, Daniel Abbott, Michael Jonker, Jackson Court, Matthew Barwood, Oscar Cowling Absent Malachi Bakker, Thomas Bartels, Jasper Findlay, Bradley Hickey, Noah Hunt, Tristan Hutchins, Noah Jones, Willem Karsten, Will McAllister, Max Nannes, Christian Pace, Jan Rekusz, Alex Rico, Reece Smart, Harry Wright

324

GRAMMARIAN 2018


GRAMMARIAN 2018

325


ROLL CALL

L L A C L L RO 3 ELC BILBY

Kevin Huang

Sam Jane

Jackson Bartlett

William Giddings

Raphael Gilmour

Lachlan Grubb

Nadir Gurleyen

Noah Kemal

Jake Knipe

Taj Manoharan

Christopher Jacob Pretorius Michaelides-Nicolaou

Nathan He

Rayaan Srinivasan

3 ELC WOMBAT Christian Trubiano Archer Watkins

Fletcher Watson

George Whittle

Bart Yang

Bentley Zeng

Sam Auditore

Sam Croft

Brandon Currie

Freddie Giesinger

Harry Healy

326

Angus Byrne

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Daniel Huang

Henry Lapitan


William McPherson

Sam Meldrum

Gabriel Muratore

Stirling Parker

Jamie Roubos

Benjamin Smith

Ned Stewart

Matthew Trubiano

Fletcher Abernethy

Max Adamsons

Edward Olliver

4 ELC BANDICOOT Billy Vautin

Oscar West

Oscar Xu

Aaron Yang

Max Adem

Braydon Ang

Max Booth

Harley Chan

Oliver Heath

Robert Jane

Joseph Li

Charlie Parrish

Raphael Persoglia

Ryan Qui

Vihann Rangray

Edward Ritchie

Ander Shayan

Louis van Jaarveld Austin Vassallo

Zack Blumfield

Isaac Corcoris

Cale Donald

Ben Doyle

Ben Kato

Aarav Kurien

Charlie Lipovetsky Theo Luscombe

4 ELC WALLABY Charles Walker

Joey Guo

Archer Hooper

Joshua Kari

Arthur Fabre

Zane Mtenje

GRAMMARIAN 2018

327


ROLL CALL

Rhys Nethercott

Freddie Pollock

Hudson Vaughan

Leo Yang

Yee Yang

Lucas Zheng

Darren Zhu

Charlie Beynon

Finn Boyle

Rupert Clancy

Roy Gu

Keaton Harte

Logan Hollow

Evan Liu

Max Liu

Hunter Luu

Miles Neatnica

Ollie Rodd

Kyle Wang

Charlie Auditore

Scott Bowen

George Clancy

Tom Cozens

Lucas Kokkinos

Lenny Lui

PREP FIVEDALE

Zack Knipe

Andreas Ktori

PREP KURRAJONG Jonathan Zeng

Henry Zhang

Jack Cunnington

Marco D’Assisi

Bentley Fulkoski

Mason Grollo

Justin Guo

Chris Han

Brandon Marks

Tom McLean

Harvey Negoro

Jacob Nicholas

Thomas Saadie

Henry Spring

328

GRAMMARIAN 2018


YEAR 1 BANKSIA

Nathan Jones

Liam Krastich

Thomas Black

Finlay Campbell

Thomas Everett

Shya Harvey

Barnaby Heath

William Husband

Jack Stretch

Justin Tan

Adriaan van Jaarsveld

Gabe Zhang

Caleb Arceri

Daniel Arnold

Bertie Brougham

Tyler Buckingham

Alex Rekusz

Sam Sabin

Dante Salvo

Jaiden Stokie

Allen Zeng

Zheyi Zhu

Harry Charlton

Oliver Chen

Hugo Cleret

Fletcher Cowan

Luca D’Assisi

Marlow Dipietrantonio

Danny Liu

Jaska Maher

Max Mailing

Ethan Marks

Tom Pollock

Sacha Rose

YEAR 1 HEATH

Harold Liu

Luciano Persoglia

YEAR 2 ACACIA

Anderson Harris

Matthew Keenan

GRAMMARIAN 2018

329


ROLL CALL

Rudy Schnepf

Sacha Swinton

Ryan Weaver

Jack Williams

Ethan Yang

Benjamin Zhao

Thomas Zhuang

Charlie Anderson

Xavier Bates

Jack Bulfin

Evan Constable

George Cozens

Harper Cunnington

YEAR 2 WARATAH

Henry Dai

Lachlan Dever

Ge Gao

Gary Guo

Jeremy Hiscock

Oska Jacob

Toby Jones

Lucas Judah

Tiras Kasapidis

Zac Nicholas

Jesse Pratt

James Reece

Jack Stavrakis

Quinn Wang

Alex Woolf

Martin Yang

Charlie Avats

Sid Bartlett

Mitchell Carney

Charlie Cordner

Nicholas Galinas

John Haralambakis

Tobias Landsman

James Lipovetsky

YEAR 3 BURKE Simon Yao

Ethan Davis

330

Charlie Denning

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Richie Evans

Henry Fearn


Andrew Liu

Hamish McCausland

Ed Mohseni

Henry Morandi

Corban Papadopoulos

Liam Raftis

Ruben Retief

Sam Richardson

Henry Barber

Hamish Bramich

Monty Brougham

YEAR 3 wills Luca Savill

George Williams

Ronnie Xu

Brodie Buckingham

Logan Chilcott

Fred Denning

Luke Duckinson

Etienne Eiglier

Jack Epstein

Hugo FaulknerAschman

Hudson Hallinan

Eddie Jin

Oliver Jorgensen

Kevin Li

Oscar Liu

Ben Louw

Paddy MacSweeney

Des McDonald

Austin Saleh

Aashvik Sareen

Mitchell Spence

Lachlan Strahan

William Tan

Max Thomson

Thomas Un

Xavier Chepurov

Jed Constable

James Crewdson

Luke Ferdinands

Andy Hu

Sid King

YEAR 4 bass GRAMMARIAN 2018

331


ROLL CALL

Joe Lewis

Sebastian Liddle

Lucas Lin

Sam Longley

Zac Murphy

Ned OverendStevens,

Daniel Piccolo

Alexander Rozentoul

Tom Anderson

Angus Beaton

YEAR 4 COOK Deacon Salis

Austin Taleb

Anthony Tian

Charles Wettenhall

Eli Botha

Luca Cleret

Arthur Coste

Danny Du

Curtis Fyfe

John Hall

Archer Hallinan

Jason Hang

Ed Hutchison

Leo Jansen

Matvey Kononchuk

Sandro Macnab

Zac Mongey

William Nicholls

Jack Pollock

Flynn Quill

YEAR 4 flinders

Stefan Bandura

332

Evan Raglin

Murphy Zeng

Frank Zhou

Bolin Chen

Peter Dai

Harry Eyers

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Lachlan Ballantine

Terence Gan

Will Hutchison

Matheus Judah

Jinheon Kim


Nathan Liu

James Moreton

Danny Regelman

Jordan Rose

Will Saadie

Thomas Sloan

Nate Woff

Kenneth Yeung

Ethan Abramovich

Fletcher Brougham

Luke Connolly

Jody Cripps

Thomas Dunne

Alex Roach

YEAR 5 argyle Jack Zhang

Jacob Everett

Bowen Ke

Robbie McNaughton

Sebastian Naccarella

Harvey Newstead

Will O’Leary

Isaac Pels

Frazer Smith

Jared Thomas

Kylan Thompson

George Ugrinovski

Rob Xu

Harry Young

Charles Zhao

Will Bennett

Harry Bowerman

Hamish Featherston

Leonardo Grollo

Jesse Lacey

Gavin Liu

Bailey Mulhall

Luca New

Harvey O’Sullivan

Lewis Porteous

Lachie Reid

Conrad Retschko

YEAR 5 melville

Declan McCormack

Thomas McMullen

GRAMMARIAN 2018

333


ROLL CALL

Benjamin Ride

Jake Ring

Huw Thomas

Noah Walton

Andrew Zhang

Jerry Zhang

Jake Charlton

Cooper Chilcott

Remy D’Alessandro

Harry Denning

Tom Fischer

Kyle Hearne

Alex Jin

Thomas Lipovetsky

Jerry Mei

Will Rattray

Jarvis Rowe

Charlie Sabin

YEAR 5 scott

Harry Heaselgrave Aydin Ilhan

YEAR 5 zachariah Shau-En Usher

Charles Williams

Arty Woodward

Frank Wu

Jackson Zhao

Lachlan Avats

Cooper Ballantine

Lucas Barwood

Billy Burgess

Daniel Cameron

Oscar Ettershank

Josh Fletcher

Corey Gendala

Aidan Hearne

Rishi Mahendranathan

Zach Mighton

Edward Mitrevski

Thanasi Nimorakiotakis

Leonardo Paul

Ryan Raglin

Sammy Regelman

334

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Addison Amor


YEAR 6 discovery Luke Sexton

Lachie Taylor

Trent Vincent

Kevin Zhao

Keegan Barnedt

William Barton

Max Brownbill

Julian Carlin

Oliver Chang

Michael Cui

Sam Fanning

Tom Field

Harry George

Lenny Hofmann

Tom Jorgensen

Tom Kollmorgen

Hugh Langdon

Dane Lombard

Jack Pan

Harry Pollock

Gabriel Pozo

Hugo Richey

Lachie Roberts

Lochie Silva

Sam Trainor

Josh Watters

William Yang

Henry Abbott

Oskar Andersen

Gavin Barnedt

Cooper Broun

Josh Carr

Tuur Craps

Tom Hollway

Lihang Jiang

Seb Khan

Lachlan Kwong

Noah Laurin

Thomas Louw

YEAR 6 endeavour

Harrison Gibbins

Seb Glassel

GRAMMARIAN 2018

335


ROLL CALL

Ken Lu

Joe Ramsden

Nicky Robertson

Diesel Saleh

Zach Travers

Alex Zheng

Jerry Zheng

Ben Brown

Gus Calder

Derrick Cee

Matthew Dougan- Jackson Bath Fitzpatrick

Hugo Fyfe

YEAR 6 investigator

Fletcher Hall

Hugh Hasker

Will Kissane

Lachlan Lewis

Alistair Liddle

James Lineham

James Longley

Harry Newett

Jack Roberts

Ayden Roos

Kyle Roos

Marcel Rose

Chai Scott

Samuel Walters

Aidan Williams

Felix Wolfe

Lachlan Auden

Joshua Avats

Jackson Chen

Marnix Ferwerda

YEAR 6 resolution Charlie Wood

Elden Zeng

Tom Graham

Lucas Hiscock

336

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Hugo Kepper

Patrick McConville Andrew McGregor

Matthew McIntyre Pasha Mianji

Xander Mitchell


Will O’Connor

Max Prassopoulos Aiden Retief

Angus Roberts

Luca Robinson

Ethan Rowe

Cade Segar

Jem Spicer

Matthew Barwood

Cooper Beasley

YEAR 7 ARMSTRONG Lachie St Leger

William Stretch

Georgen Strintzos James Tan

Ryan Cory

Daniel Dai

Matteo Di Pietrantonio

Jace Dimmer

Oliver Dipietrantonio

Archie Dowd

Sebastian Felicetti

Ben Fox

Eason Gao

Oscar Gill

Oliver Goodger

Ben Hamson

Connor Harding

Brayden Hope

James Huang

Alexander Jacob

Oscar Newstead

James Pascoe

Charlie Paterson

Jan Rekusz

Darcy Seymour

Angus Tragear Whiting

Ryan Williams

Campbell Yeo

Mack Anderson

Patrick Aylward

Malachi Bakker

Ethan Balaskas

Jack Barlow

Joseph Beninati

YEAR 7 CROWTHER GRAMMARIAN 2018

337


ROLL CALL

Charlie Bramley

Joe Catalano

Harry Cotton

Matt Fuller

Zac Garrett

Jack Giblin

Kento Hikima

Oliver Howell

Fedya Kononchuk

Kristian Kortge

Leon Liu

Nick McCluskey

Aidan McDonald

Billy Morris

Dylan O’BrienPetersen

Lachlan Paino

Jake Roach

Nickolas Skocic

Max Thomas

Archie Walton

Charlie Withington Allen Wu

Oliver Aloi

Ben Antonis

James Clarkson

Max Crawley

Ayrton D’Alessandro

Luca Dixon

Tom Farrell

Julius Ferwerda

Patricio Forbes

Kristian Foster

Heath Fulton

Oliver Fyfe

Thomas Hahn

Leon Haralambakis

Tommy Jarvis

Lachlan Molloy

Jarod Prins

George Roubos

YEAR 7 DIXON

Hugo Ettershank

Rex Ettershank

Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton

338

GRAMMARIAN 2018


YEAR 7 HANCOCK Henry Salisbury

William Sun

Angus Thomson

Dan Whitson

Jack Byrnes

Miller Chilcott

Oscar Cowling

Jacob Ellery

Hugo Ferguson

Josh Finkelstein

Shohma Funasaka Matty Goss

Leon Gu

James Hepples

Aaron Hudghton

Tommy Keyte

Erik Kyparisis

Bailey Lewis

Kevin Liao

Eason Liu

James Macnab

Ted McKimm

Moe Spencer

Nate Stroud

Christopher Tomaras

Kyle Verbunt

Kai Vivian

Jimmy Watkins

David Yang

Ryan Zhu

Hunter Absalom

Jack Bailey

Heath Dickson

Campbell Dovison

Toby Duckinson

Richard Fan

Jenson Galvin

Harry Harcourt

Sam Heron

Tom Howie

Ethan Kearns

Landan Lee

YEAR 7 ROFE

Will Fearn

Jake Fincher

GRAMMARIAN 2018

339


ROLL CALL

Seb Madeira

Harry McKenzie

Kalem Meyer

Max Nannes

Thomas O’Leary

Tristan Orb

James Pennington

Finn Powell

YEAR 7 SCHOOL Zac Regelman

Jeremy Rodda

Jett Butler

Zachary Shieh

Ollie van der Slot

Terence Wang

Alessandro Brook Savill

Matthew Cameron Ben Chou

Calvin Cook

Matthew Cruse

Zayne Di Pietro

Thomas Doan

Cooper Dowe

Tom Gianatti

Angus Haddon

AJ Harris Jr

George Hill

Nat Khan

Sam Litis

Kevin Liu

Tommy Mazzoni

Josh McCahon

George Mihailidis

Landon Penca

Harry Penwright

Blake Picking

Oscar Sloan

Nick Smith

Mason Szonyi

Matthew Bates

Massimo Brasacchio

Jerry (Qiyuan) Chen

YEAR 8 ARMSTRONG Mitch Terry

340

Nic Volpe

GRAMMARIAN 2018


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

Vuna Ofahengaue

Henry Pearson

Liam Putland

Alex Rico

Marcus Sorensen

J Sum

Zac Tassoni

Cail Thomson

Jake Tuim

Tyson Williams

Lucas Wilson

Declan Bakker

Calum Binnie

Dougal Bland

Thomas Bond

Liam Coleman

Peter Gu

Shaun Gunaratna

Ryan Jackson

Jack Kissane

Archie May

Max Morris

Christian Paice

Damien Paino

Matteo Palillo

Michael Paltoglou

YEAR 8 CROWTHER David Yuan

Toon Craps

Lane Donohue

George McDowell

Cameron McIntyre Aaron Mickelburough

Thomas Galinas

GRAMMARIAN 2018

341


ROLL CALL

Dylan Roberts

William Stebbing

Jack Stewart

Chuck Tian

Sebastian Watters

Kai Adachi

Hudson Augustini

James Bessell

James Bourke

Felix BrightonKnight

Jerry Chen

YEAR 8 DIXON

Josh DouganBath

Lenny Ewers

Will Field

Josh Foulds

Darcy Gilbert

Noah Hartman

Callum Heath

Oliver Holland

Josh Jarick

Milo Lade

Jimmy Long

Henry Lowenstein

Lochie McDougall

James Mitchell

William Moreton

Tom O’Connor

Jackson Pantelopoulos

James Reid

Charlie Rumble

Jevons Wang

Finn Watson-Hook Brite Zeng

Samson Adams

Zach Bowen

James Cheng

Jackson Court

Harry De Santis

YEAR 8 HANCOCK 342

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Lucas Connell


Isaiah Delana

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

Sam Vakirtzis

Justin Verdini

Luke Williams

Max Absalom

Benjamin Akinci

Elijah Akinci

Hamish Andersen

Tom Bailey

Flynn Bongiorno

Charlie Heaton

YEAR 8 ROFE

Jonah Campigli

Zach Carr

Eric Chen

Jacob Cooper

Callum Couper

Jamie Draheim

Jack Duckinson

Jorge Houridis

Tom JackettSimpson

Isaac Lee

Jules Lohan

Cameron MacKenzie

Tom Marriott

Jackson McKenzie Charlie Morgan GRAMMARIAN 2018

343


ROLL CALL

YEAR 8 SCHOOL Tim Moulton

Elliot Perkins

Jordan Stewart

Spiros Velos

Henry Williams

Zack Bogoevski

William Bradbury

Stanley Chen

Ben Edmondson

Angus Elliott

Jay Gibson

James Hare

Xavier Hendy

Max Langworthy

Max Linder

Lachlan McCluskey

Lachlan McCurry

Hugo Mintrom

Henry Mitrevski

Jack Palmos

Jonathan Pascuzzi

Cas Payne

Oliver Robertson

Jordan Secatore

Tim Shaw

Hugo Simpson

Freddie Smith

Luca Spampinato

Nikolas Stavrellis

Thomas Stretch

Harry Barden

Isaac Burgess

Jules Fabre

Yan Le

Liam McInerney

Max MitchellAdams

ARMSTRONG 1 Tim Tso

Karl Unger

Lexi Wang

Dylan Goodger

344

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Sacha Jacquet

Declan Jeffery


William Moffat

Chas Rechner

Jacob Sarris

Ewan Smith

Joshua Sum

Jason Tang

Mitchell Waldron

Griff Adams

Caden Arnold

Marcus Bierens

Luke Burgess

Brady Collins

Brandon Duan

Nate Hunter

Azmain Kalitzki

Lachy Miller

Billy Pearson

Harry Reilly

Jack Seymour

Thomas Blamires

Samuel Breen

Maxim Christodoulou

Dexter Dowd

Adam LevendaFreeman

Louie Liu

Will Middlemiss

James Provis

Charlie Brewster

James Crew

Thomas Farrelly

ARMSTRONG 2

Dan Griffith

Nate Hollis

ARMSTRONG 3 Josh Williams

Jevons Yu

Callum Harding

Luke Hill

Jason Jin

Reagan Lenihan

ARMSTRONG 4 Nathan Rearick

Jovaan Ugrinovski

Chris Webster

GRAMMARIAN 2018

345


ROLL CALL

Christian Felicetti

Justin Feng

Peter Frances

Charlie Hannah

Gary Hu

Steven Luo

Mitz Metaxas

Max Purcell

Kosta Arvanitakis

Lachie Briggs

Will Hughes

Luke Matthews

ARMSTRONG 5 Jaxon Putland

Alex Reilly

Harrison Reynolds David Seager

William Bullock

William Clark

Hayden Cory

Beau De Bruijn

Anthony Evans

Will Featherston

Lewis Panaouris

Nick Phillips

Eric Shi

Joshua Snowsill

Jake Turner

Owen Vulcan

Thomas Barlabas

Daniel Bates

Dante Caruso

Jack Curtis

Dom Frederico

Edward Greenslade

Spencer Nevett

Matthew Noske

Ethan O’Brien

David Peng

Tristan Scheirs

Ben Sexton

ARMSTRONG 6

Dominic Kastrinakis

346

Zach Mandragona

GRAMMARIAN 2018


CROWTHER 1 Kai Weight

Matthew Young

Patrick Gu

Ryan Hartshorne

Nicholas Hutchins

Max Kinsman

Harry Catt

Flynn Chan

Tian Pang

Jack Peters

Kyle Stewart

Joshua Tate

William Agius

Lennox Amatruda

Patrick Hoy

Archie Hynes

Archer Disney

Sam Funston

CROWTHER 2 Jack Tiver

Lucas Williamson

Curtis Wilson

Lincoln Zhang

Gus Bland

David Canta

James Clark

Aymeric Fabre

Samuel Fitzgerald

Dennis Gu

Craig Marais

Charlie Moore

Ben Morgan

Cam Robertson

Campbell Sedgwick

Sam Wyss

Josh Badge

Lachlan Barlow

Ned Bellmaine

Michael Dean

CROWTHER 3 GRAMMARIAN 2018

347


ROLL CALL

Robert Kyte

Will Landman

Joshua Le Grice

Hamish McDowell

Frank Peng

Peter Qiu

Eathan Savage

Dylan Tomsic

Charles Chen

Hamish Dick

Mitchell Fitzgerald Kip Gibney

Gus Harris

Charlie Lamont

Tony Li

Victor Luo

Jake Mongey

Devan Nicholls

Thomas Bennett

Ben Branson

Jackson Crawshaw

Matthew Leadbeater

Finn Livitsanis

Aidan Nicholls

Harrison Boys

Costa Chantzos

CROWTHER 4 Jay Jay Zhu

Luke Hart

Tristan Hutchins

Max Kortge

CROWTHER 5 Jason Wang

Jack Wyss

Kareem Zecevic

Charlie Durkin

Olly Grasby

Jimmy Gui

Sam Hayes

Brock Jackson

CROWTHER 6 Steven Sun

348

Peter Tsiakos

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Ethan Vaserman

Oliver Warren


Harrison Chapman

Maxim Coste

Wei-Yee Hall

Charlie Hayes

Jason He

Henry Kerr

Jonathan Leadbeater

Brad Marais

Lachie May

Oscar Palmer

Ben Pryor

Sven Steward

Jack Stewart

Jack Thomas

Jordan Benitez

Ethan Calcatjicos

Zac De Worsop

Lachlan Hernadi

Fergus Murray

Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Finn Parker

James Semenov

Julian Svensen

Micah Swann

Trent Thomas

Nicholas Verga

Aaron Aloi

Mitchell Augustini

Nathaniel Fyffe

Kevin Gao

Connor Hipwell

Luca Jarvis

Lucas Pithie

Eric Sima

Jackson Swanell

Caspar Tremlett

Bud Trevillian

Michael Webb

DIXON 1

Oscar O’Brien

Aqil Packir Saibo

DIXON 2

Niklas Loycke

Blake Oliver

GRAMMARIAN 2018

349


ROLL CALL

DIXON 3 Flynn Wood

Edward Yang

Charlie Catt

Jack Clarkson

Pablo Forbes

Edward Forster

Oliver Bradfield

Edmund Burt

Felix Gong

Declan Hayes

Dylan Ingram

Oliver Lally

DIXON 4 Oscar Lewis

Connor McConville

Tom Murray

Thomas Smith

Lionel Wang

Cameron Acheson

Reuben Cook

Victor Ding

Harrison Fulton

Michael Jonker

Patrick Liddle

Nic Merrill

Hayden Mitchell

Hristos Paraskevas

Carl Rumbens

Harry Thom

Campbell Tweedie

Ivan Wang

Matthew Warman

Lachlan Zissis

Christian Aloi

Thomas Arrigo

Remy Bednarski

Tom Burnell

Louis Butler

Jasper Mutimer

DIXON 5 350

GRAMMARIAN 2018

James Chand


Gus Corke

Ed Curwen

Lukas Galanopoulos

Cameron Glasgow

Mack Gregson

Harry Harte

Henry Hayman

Timothy Krynski

Cameron Berry

Tom Cantwell

Tom Howard

Zaid Hussein

Fynn Lade

DIXON 6 Owen Lui

Jack Morrison

Ral St John

Spencer Wood

Michael Fitzgerald Jack Goodings

Bradley Hickey

Darby Hipwell

Mackenzie Horth

Sam Reid

Charlie Schwerdt

Harrison Svensen

Tom Whitson

Ethan Baines

Keir Canwell

Finn Estella

Johnathan Georgiadis

Will Gregory

Meluke Gunter

Hugh Moir

James Sherborne

Daniel Smith

Luke Sorensen

Max Stroud

James Swyny

Harry Roubos

HANCOCK 1

Jonathan Hick

Lawrence Liu

GRAMMARIAN 2018

351


ROLL CALL

HANCOCK 2

Josh Hudghton

Noah Jones

Milan Adams

Harry Cornwell

Daniel Curatore

Callum Drake

Hamish Gee

Jerry Gong

Darcy McConnon

Max McLachlan

Finn Roberts

Reece Smart

Jacob Travers

Asher Yu

James Bryan

James Capp

Tom Chen

Matthew Cook

Ben Graham

Adam Larkan

Scott Lee

Max Mozina

Joel Tyler

Nik Vakirtzis

Tom Banfield

Shaurya Behl

Lachie Caldwell

Harrison Preston

Nik Rathmayr

Tom Redpath

HANCOCK 3 Evan Zhang

Greg Hick

Max James

Liam Konidaris

HANCOCK 4 Andrew Wang

Lucas Wright

Feilong Yun

Benjamin Green

Archie Jackson

Henry Munnings

352

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Adam Oulton

David Parlane


HANCOCK 5 Denver Stroud

James Tsindos

Max Twycross

Simon Wang

Harry Whiffin

Zach Adam-Gedge

Sam Banfield

Toby Bendel

Evan Best

Tommy Colaci

Ryan Dang

Anton Derevianko

Aaron Leferink

Oliver Lochhead

Joe Lynch

Tony Ma

James Mitchell

Frank Morris

Nick Adams

Jordan Bourke

Matt Downs

Callum McPeake

Jack Munnings

Nick Anson

Gary Guo

Vassili Kyparisis

Max Hanna

Harrison Kirkham

Larry Li

Leo Read

Bailey Rohan

Hudson Rowell

Sam Stewart

Thomas Bartels

Joshua Bortolussi

Sam Cao

Mitch Dow

HANCOCK 6

Dom Lynch

Luca Macnab

ROFE 1 Jackson Sweet

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James Hamilton

Cameron Khan

Thomas Draheim

Chris Field

Felix Flockart

Eric Fu

Ethan Furey

Christian Gernandt

Warren Lee

Jack Longmire

Zachary Loong

Connor Marriott

Steve Suits

Henry Armstrong

Max Ashman

James Cannuli

Connor Cooper

Joel Dow

Tom Elliott

Yali Lin

Jack Liu

Keane Lombard

Nick Longmire

Harry Mathews

Mack McGrath

Alec Ciciulla

Flynn Cooper

Flynn Dickson

Matt Elliott

Mitchell Kelly

James Konstas

Leo Kouskouris

James Larkworthy

ROFE 2

Richard Jiang

David Li

ROFE 3 Ned Walker

Sky Wu

Daniel Gu

Dan Hurd

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Luke Ianuali

Willem Karsten


ROFE 4 Sheldon Lu

Christopher Valcanis

Chris Van Essen

Kevin Wang

Nick Barreto

Lachie Brooks

Oscar Buscombe

Jordan De Worsop

Cameron Hathway Kei Hirasedo

Lachlan JackettSimpson,

Victor Jakobus

Nathan Moore

Archie Perkins

Noah Rotstein

Jordan Segar

Noa Simon

Charlton StuartWilliams

Mikkel Talts

Matt Taylor

Jaikob Akinci

Jack Anson

Harley Chessells

Seth EvansGreenwood

Matt Field

Sam Flockart

Mike Kantounatakis

Austin Lawson

Eric Stone

Benjamin Summerfield

Oliver Thomas

Leon Zhang

Josh Allan

Lachlan Cardell

Kieran Farrell

Juan Hu

James Ianuali

Andreas Kardis

ROFE 5

William Fry

William Johnston

ROFE 6 GRAMMARIAN 2018

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William Lam

John Paterson

Sam Patterson

Oscar Rochanakij

Wilson Shi

Callum Stanford

Ryan Thorpe

Lachlan Wake

Josh Canham

Joshua Clyne

Benjamin Cruse

Callan Cummins

Jack Damyon

Kai Dimattina

Simon Jolles

Luke Langdon

Luke Marsden

Noah McGrath

Markus Mittermayr

Andy Nie

Max Blyth

Alexander Christopoulos

Andrew Penca

William Speyer

SCHOOL 1

James Fisher

Jordan Hayter

SCHOOL 2 Brendan Reddell

Steven Stavrellis

Gordon Wang

Steven Zhang

Joel Crocker

Gregoire Dillee

Stirling Findlay

William Graves

Sam Haddon

Will Murray

Lachlan Stewart

Ben Sullivan

Jamie Tzimas

Jakub Williams

Harry Wright

Austin Zou

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SCHOOL 3

Alex Grant

Jason Gu

Daniel Abbott

Charlie Clarke

Harry Cole

Ollie Cruse

Dylan Hebden

Ben HildebrandNeumann

Ethan Lovett

Toby Marsden

Liam O’Kane

Thomas Picking

Ryan Agg

Will BrydonWaldren

Joshua Louw

Teddy Lovell

SCHOOL 4 Judd Rowell

Johnson Shen

Tony Tso

Sebastian Walsh

Eric Chen

Gus Edgar

Ben Fisher

Ethan Gray

Ajay James

Martin Kulesza

SCHOOL 5 Seb Mottram

Rex Patterson

Max Post

Michael Sigal

Jack Wright

Callum Bond

James Dickson

Lukas Giannatos

Hank Hua

Seamus Mintrom

Will Biddick

Brandon Morton

Will Muller

Tom Murphy GRAMMARIAN 2018

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SCHOOL 6 Hamish Roberts

Matthew Ross

Tommy Sullivan Dunne

Jonty Wells

Ivan Yung

Benjamin Booth

Jeremy Booth

Gordon Chen

Troy Cook

Harry Fisher

Trent Mailing

Max Markham

Ben Paynter

Sam Roberts

Leo Yang

ABSENTEES Thibaut Eiglier (Peter) Guanqun Hou Steven (Sitian) Lu

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Max Benier

Jose Kosenda

Leo Liang

Owen Lin


STAFF 2018

Kurt Abell

Meg Adem

Emma Andrews

Pauline Anthony

Michael Arceri

Dwi Ariantono

Amy Atchison

Thivi Athipar

Jason Bain

Natalie Baker

Ryan Barnett

Amelia Barrow

Dick Bartlett

Emily Beaton

Angelique Beguin

Kate Birrell

Hayley Blakiston

Cathy Box

Hayley Bunting

Dean Bryan

Sean Bryant

Lynn Bullock

Louise Carroll

Kate Casey

Linda Chen

Nicole Clark

Claire Clarke

Darren Cook

Karine Coste

Matthew Coulton

Kathryn Counihan

Margaret Coyne

Gabriel Csaszar

Rebecca Darling

Joanne Davies

Scott Davies

Ruth Dempsey

Liz Dendrinos

Rohit Dixit

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Nicci Dodanwela

Ross Donnan

Mark Dowley

Biddy Duckham

Kirsten Dunsby

Rose Dyer

David Eggleston

Sandra Ellich

Jo Ellis

Julie Ellwood

Steve Emmett

Ross Featherston

Luke Fensling

Michele Fisher

Victoria Fisher

Paula Fletcher

Sharon Forsyth

Mandy Foulds

Peter Furey

Jared Furtado

Hayley Galloway

David Gemmell

James Gerstman

Rania Ghanem

Megan Gibbs

Bill Gibney

Martin Green

Paul Gurry

Laura Hall

Robert Hanley

Graeme Harris

Andrea Hayes

Georgie Hayes

Sharon Henderson James Hilditch

Jack Hollingsworth

Travis Hopgood

Rachel Horton

Bryn Humberstone

Hiroko Hunt

Carina Jansen

Adrian Janson

Anthony Keane

Sophie Keele

Jess Kenny

Michael Kent

Andrew Kerr

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Felicity Jones


Fiona Kerr

Simon Kessler

Sam Kuring

Anna Ladas

Derrith Lancashire Monica Le Couteur

Arthur Le

Hamish Leahy

Andrew Lee

Bianca Lentini

Simone Lewis

Steve Lewis

David Liddle

Nick Lloyd

Chester Lord

Jane Lowe

Maggie Lynch

Christian Machar

Samara Madden

Sandra Maher

Alison Main

Melissa Manaras

Sarah Marian

Christine Marks

Clair Marshall

Tim Marshall

Melissa Martin

Kylie May

Linda McGeachin

Christine McIntosh

Douglas McKelvie

Matthew McLellan

Stephanie McLellan

Tim Medlyn

Adrienne Mewett

Steve Miles

Kristen Molloy

Joshua Moore

Tom Morehouse

Isaac Mouskovias

Lauren Murphy

Shintaro Nagayama

David Nixon

Jane Nurton

Jackie Petley

John Phillips

Peter Pidduck

Kathy Pitt

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ROLL CALL

Louise Piva

Raelene Plozza

Anthony Poole

Yvette Radas

Brendan Rahn

Penny Roberts

Kay Rogers

Kylie Rose

Cat Rossiter

Ben Ryan

Mark Sainsbery

Yoko Sainsbery

Patrick Sanders

Robert Shaw

Peter Shepard

Sally Sher

Clare Smith

Mat Steed

Jacqueline Stenniken

Michael Stephens

Luke Stewart

Sarah Straford

Paul Strain

Bik Swann

Ray Swann

Lisa Tabone

Cameron Taylor

Jessica Taylor

Peter Tellefson

Naomi Tham

Stuart Thompson

Adam Thorn

Rebecca Thornton Olivia Tims

Nancy Ting

Bradley Todd

Peter Toms

Shelly Turek

David Turner

Christopher Tze

Cindy Van Dijk

Frances Walker

Joyce Wang

Matt Wardell

Anna Watson

Jamie Watson

Carly West

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Nick Weymouth

Benjamin White

Katie White

Peter Whitehead

Alison Wigg

Alan Wilkes

Danielle Wolff

Wen Yan

ABSENTEES Anna Austin Dan Belluz Jamie Bennell Allison Biggin Ray Czekajlo Monique Darkin Katherine Davy Pallavi Deshmukh Oliver Dutton Ben Elliott Tahli Funston

Yuri Graham Kat Gronn Mirko Guerrini Julie Hall Megan Hall Georgia HartmanSmith Robert Hayward Charlie Henderson Katie Hill Natalka Kostraby

Samuel Larkworthy Ken Lewis Grace Li Li Li Dani Lord Hannah Maslin Kirstie McCormick Sandy Mitchell Jessica Mo Michelle Morton Debbie Nassiokas

Cerry O’Hara Nathan O’Malley Elena Parry Jodie Parsons Joel Parsons Liz Paterson Katrina Price Dani Rich Ellen Saccutelli Zoe Schaffner Julian Schweitzer

Tony Smith Jessica Taillandier Jana Vicentic Sonia Wagner Angela Waldron Narelle Wildschut Annette Williams Gillian Williams Zylkade Zekirija Vanessa Zhang

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than this? Guys “What’s better des being guys.” being dudes. Du ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Soccer 7A, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics -

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Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Mathematics Challenge Credit, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 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 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Futsal, Half Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chess, Full Colours Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer. (Undefeated), Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Futsal, Soccer, Year 12 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Soccer 8A, School Officer Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Captain of Futsal , Captain of Soccer, House Vice Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chess.


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the time it “60% percent of me.” works, every ti an - Brain Fant a ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 13, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Year 10 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Rowing Second VIII, Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

Burgess, luke ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Touch Rugby, Year 6 Achievement Award Poetry, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Science, Weekly Award, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Most Improved Tennis, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Literature - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Drama 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Year 12 Merit Certificate Drama 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Sixth VIII Tennis , Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Sixth Tennis, Soccer - Third XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Interschool Chess, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Pen Licence 4 Bass, Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player European Handball, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 6 Assembly Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Most Improved Player Award Rugby Under 14, Year 12 Half Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Rugby, Sixth Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 Private Tuition Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Best Team Player Tennis 7A, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Pryor Honour Board Most Valuable Player Tennis 8A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 10 Most Valuable Player Tennis 10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Soccer, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer,

Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 First Tennis, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Officer, Year 8 Vice Captain Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Intermediate Stage Band, Interschool Chess, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

Evans, Anthony ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 2 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Pen Licence, Physical Education Prize PE Effort Card - 4 Cook, Specialist Effort Card, Year 5 Class Award Man of the Term, Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 6 Best Team Player Handball, Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Class Effort Card, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 10 APS Athletics 3rd Place 200m Sprint Under 17, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 2, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 3rd Place 4x100m Relay Under 18, Year 11 Best & Fairest Football Third XVIII, BGS Football Team of the GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Year, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Athletics, Most Improved Touch Football Second VI, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 12 Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1, Service Colours Athletics, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - European Handball, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, BGS4 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics Sprints, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Athletics Sprints, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Touch Football, Year 12 Athletics, Football - Second XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Book Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Tuckshop Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Athletics, House Vice Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra.

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hannah, charlie ide your “Life begins outs ne comfort zo .” - Joanne Hannah ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Man of the Week 4 Flinders, Year 5 Best Team Player Touch Rugby, Music Prize, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Wilson House Award Term 1, Year 6 Assembly Award, Effort Card Concert Band, Religious Education Prize, Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7C, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 9 Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Music Semester 1, Year 10 Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Honours For receiving Full Colours in Music for three consecutive years. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Hockey, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Sailing, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Sailing, Year 11 Sailing, Second XV Rugby, Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Leader Borwick House Choir, Music Officer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick

House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Stage Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Backstage Crew - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Chapel Server, Choral Soiree, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, 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, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference , Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production - Musician - Copacabana, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Choral Scholars, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Piano, Private Tuition Music Trumpet, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

hunter, nate ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 2, Year 12 Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI, Sixth Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Senior Symphony Orchestra.

1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics - Distance, Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 12 Cross Country, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

kalitzki, azmain Jeffery, declan e road.” “Time to hit th - Coight ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 2 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award 4 Cook, Effort Card Religious Education - 4 Cook, House Spelling Champion Team Finalist - Armstrong House, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Badminton Red, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 Most Outstanding


Player Badminton, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Wilson House Strings, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 7B, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge Distinction, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Best Team Player Tennis 10A, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Distinction, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Full Colours Futsal, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Colours -

Soccer, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Chess, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Athletics, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Futsal, Soccer, Year 12 Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Cook, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Chess, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference , Year 11 - Senior School Chess.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card Term 4 - 4 Bass, Man of the Week, Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player 5C Cricket, Best Team Player Soccer, Chess Champion, Class Award, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 6 Best Team Athlete, Best Team Player Cricket, Best Team Player Football, Class Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Team Player Cricket 8C, Year 9 Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Rising Star Cricket 10B, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Futsal, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 Semester 1, Service Colours

- Soccer. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor Lunch Order Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor , Classroom Monitor Term 1 Display Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Doctor Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 Sports Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Interschool Chess Regional Representitive, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The

Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess.

Mcinerney, liam ld not believe “A person shou ould believe in in an -ism, he sh is Bueller himself.” - Ferr ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics GRAMMARIAN 2018

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- Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Most Valuable Player Basketball Third V, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Athletics, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Basketball, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - First V, Basketball - Third V. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Intermediate Stage Band, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre

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“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 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, DAV Debating C Grade, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, DAV Debating B Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Trombone, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

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nt innit.” “yeh that’s dece ss le dd - Will Mi mi ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place 1500m Under 15, Best & Fairest Hockey Year 8, Half Colours - Athletics, iDesign BGS Outdoor Education Award, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, National Representative - Snow Sports, Pryor Honour Board Snow Sports, Year 9 Full Colours - Snow Sports, National Representative Snow Sports, Year 10 APS Athletics 3rd Place 1500m Under 17, Cross Country Trophy Snowsports, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 3rd Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 11 Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Hockey, Full Colours - Snow

Sports Won an individual event at a National level: Snow Sports, Honours Being awarded a Gold Medal at the Snowsports Championships for three years Representing the School at National and State level in one day, Being awarded a National and a State Gold Medal in one day, National Representative - Snow Sports, Victorian All Schools Road Relays Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 12 Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Hockey, Honours Awarded full colours 3 years consecutively: Snow Sports, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Athletics - Distance, Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Athletics - Distance, Snow Sports, Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XI Hockey, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, Cooper Club Rowing , First XI Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 12 Athletics, Hockey - First XI, Touch Football, OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Hockey Year 8, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Captain of Athletics , Vice Captain Hockey, Vice Captain of Snow Sports. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 9 - Student Council, Year 10 - Student Council.

MOFFAT, WILLIAM story needs a “Sometimes - hi Lenin push” Vladimir ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award, Year 5 Effort Card Term 2 - 5

Scott, Year 6 Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 7 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Half Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2, SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Summer Sport, Year 11 No Sport - No report, OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor , Year 5 Classroom Monitor , Year 6 Classroom Monitor , Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain Armstrong , School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Buddies, Concert Band, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating , Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Interschool Chess, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - Student Wellbeing Committee,.

noske, matthew ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 4 Class Award, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 5 Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Winner, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 10 Full Colours - Water Polo, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B Football, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Water Polo, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing , First VII Water Polo, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Rowing Second VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.


o’brien, ethan evator to “There is no el ve to take the success. You ha stairs.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Best & Fairest Rugby Under 13, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, First in Year 7, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Australian Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians Distinction, 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 Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Sailing, iDesign Highly Commended, iDesign Quiksilver Award, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Second in Year 8 Year 8, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Best & Fairest Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, 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 Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Full Colours - Sailing, Mathematics Challenge High Distinction, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 ADF Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Courage Cup - Rugby Rugby Open, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction

Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Sailing, Merit Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, State Representative - Sailing, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Sailing, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Sailing, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Sailing, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Sailing, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Sailing, Year 12 Rugby, Sailing. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain 7F4, Year 8 Co-Captain of Middle School, Leader Middle School String Orchestra , Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 10 Captain of Sailing, Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Captain of Sailing , Year 12 Captain of Sailing , Prefect , Vice Captain of School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Cello Choir, Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 8 - Cello Choir, Chapel Server, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Cello Choir, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Melbourne Recital Centre “A

Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Council, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Cello Choir, Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Council, Year 11 - Cello Choir, DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating C Grade, Senior School Chapel Server.

phillips, nick ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Fourth in Year 7, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The Physical Education Prize, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Credit Prize, 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, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Caltex Prize for the Best All Rounder, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge Credit, Merit Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Full Colours - Rowing, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, Year 11 APS Representative Team Football, Daniel Dalziel Award Football First XVIII, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Rowing, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Football, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Honours GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Being awarded Full Colours in Rowing for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Rowing First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Co Vice Captain of Middle School, Leader Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 12 Captain of Rowing First VIII, Prefect, Vice Captain of School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 10 - Senior Guitar Ensemble, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

purcell, max ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 4 Class Effort Card 4 Flinders, Man of the Week 4 Flinders, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 3, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Player Tennis, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 6 Concert Band Prize, Specialist Effort Card, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Most Consistent Player Tennis 7A, Most Improved Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2,

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Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Improved Hockey Year 9, Year 10 Coach’s Award Hockey 9/10B, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 11 Coach’s Award Hockey Second XI, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Rising Star Tennis Second VIII, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Literature 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10A Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI, Second Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Pond Monitor - 5 Melville, Library Monitor Term 1, Year 6 Classroom Monitor , Leader Wilson House Concert Band. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band,

Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Orchestra & Band, Generations in Jazz, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Swimming, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Hockey - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Monitor Science, Science Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 Private Tuition Music.

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10B Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Snow Sports, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Man of the Week, Year 4 Man of the Week, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, State Representative Snow Sports, Year 10 Snowboard Trophy Snow Sports, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, National Representative Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7C Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 9 9B Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10

, o missed Piglet “As much as Po n co ba at th joy he really did en ephen Milne St ” h. ic w nd sa ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Football 7A, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 8 Best & Fairest Football 8A, BGS Football Team of the Year, BGS Player of the U15 State Championship Touch Football, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Pryor Honour Board Football, Top Try Scorer for Touch Football Year 8, Year 10 Best Team Player Touch Football, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Touch Football, Year 11 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours Football, Full Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1,


Most Valuable Player Touch Football First VI, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Touch Football, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Touch Football for three years in a row, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - High Jump, BGS5 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Year 11 First XVIII Football, Touch Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Football 8A, Captain of Touch Football, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 Captain of Football, Captain of Touch Football First VI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

scheirs, tristan dsticks, you “If you like brea % of him.” already like 99 ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Soccer, Class Award, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Athlete, National Representative Athletics, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, Year 6 Best Team Player Football, Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Class Effort Card, House Athletics Champion, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Athlete, National Representative Athletics, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, The Mary Edmondson Sports Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2,

Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place Triple Jump Under 15, Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10% Year 8, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, BGS Athletics Record Triple Jump (1219m) Under 15, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Pryor Honour Board Athletics, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Big Science Competition - Distinction, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships Gold Triple Jump Under 15, Year 9 APS Athletics 1st Place Triple Jump / 2nd Place Long Jump Under 16, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 APS Athletics 1st Place Triple Jump Under 17, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships 2nd Place Triple Jump Under 17, Year 11 APS Athletics 1st Place Long Jump/1st Place Triple Jump Open, Full Colours - Athletics, Golden Boot Soccer Second XI, Honours Being awarded a Gold Medal in a National Championship: Athletics; Winning two events at APS Finals, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further

Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Soccer, Half Colours - Futsal. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Athletics - Long Jump, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Athletics - Long/Triple Jump, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Athletics - Long/ Triple Jump, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Athletics Long Jump, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Athletics - Long / Triple Jump, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Athletics - Long / Triple Jump, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 1st Futsal, Athletics, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Monitor Sport, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 Vice Captain Athletics. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

- Semester 2, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Swimming, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Rising Star Swimming Under 17, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Half Colours - Athletics, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Football, Service Colours - Swimming, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics Distance, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

turner, jake seager, david e to the “Left this quot me way i sa e last minute, th homework.” approached my - David Seager ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Man Swimming Under 13, Best Team Player Football 7A, Coach’s Award Water Polo, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Swimmer Under 14, Player’s Most Valuable Player Football 8A, Year 9 Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9A, Year 10 Best & Fairest Football 10A, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education

out skiing, if “I don’t know ab whole sport is you ask me that fast.” going downhill ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 9 Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9A, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours Touch Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Summer Sport, Year 11 First XVIII Football, Touch Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Touch Football.

webster, chris scene “Let me set the playing , al fin here. Grand down re e’ w d oo Collingw know what by 5 goals. You ebby happened.” - W ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8D, Year 11 Clubman Award Rugby Open, Full Colours - Rugby, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a State level in Rugby, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 7 Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Water Polo, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby, Sixth VIII Tennis , Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Student Council.

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weight, kai ’s Scott “At a party, who Rats ne Du ” Green? ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Most Improved Football 7A, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health

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and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Improved Touch Football First VI, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, BGS4 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Year 11 Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Touch Football, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Captain Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Effort Card, Pen Licence, Weekly Award, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player European Handball, APS Most Outstanding Player Football, Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Cricket, APS Most Outstanding Player European Handball, APS Most Outstanding Player Football, Class Award, Divisional Representative Cricket, Mathletics Award, Regional Representative Cricket, Regional Representative Football, Specialist Effort

Card Physical Education, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 7A, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Best & Fairest Football 9A, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Chinese (Second Language) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese (Second Language) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 2, Full Premiership Colours Football, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Football, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: AFL Football, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport. Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport European Handball, APS Sport - Football, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Hurdles, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 First XVIII Football, No Sport - No report, Year 12 Cricket Third XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom

Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor Technology. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Maths Olympics, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Junior School Music Camp, Music, Orchestra, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Debating Interschool, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 Athletics - Sprints, Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, Second XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 5 Best Team Player Soccer C, Class Effort Card Term 3, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, State Representative, Year 7 Best Back Award Rugby Under 13, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Best & Fairest Rugby Under 14, Best Team Player Touch Football Year 8, Year 9 Best Back Award Rugby Under 15, Full Colours - Touch Football, Half Colours - Athletics, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Touch Football, Year 11 Half Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Half Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 Athletics Sprints, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, BGS5 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Athletics - Hurdles, Rugby Under 15, Summer Sport, Touch Football, Year

bellmaine, ned ” , take the ride... “Buy the ticket on ps om Th - Hunter S. ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 House Athletics Champion, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player 5B Cricket, Assembly Award, Assembly Award Principal Assembly Award, Class Award, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7B, Year 8 Batting Award Cricket 8B, Year 9 Bowling Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Bowling Award Cricket 10B, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B


Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor , Classroom Monitor Term 1 Tuckshop, Classroom Monitor Term 2, Year 6 Sports Monitor, Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 House Captain - Crowther. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 9 - Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - Student Council, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Art 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Triple Jump, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 9 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Long Jump, Batting Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 Coach’s Award Football 10A, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction

branson, ben e big words “Sometimes I us ays fully that I don’t alw make myself understand, to osynthesis.” ot sound more ph - Ben Branson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Encouragement Award Athletics - High Jump , iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, The Physical Education Prize Year 8, Year 9 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - High Jump, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Swimming Under 15, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate

Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Woodcraft Semester 2, Year 10 Best Swimmer Under 16, BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10A, Year 11 Coach’s Award Swimming Under 17, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Swimming. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics High Jump, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics High Jump, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 First XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Swimming , School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Crowther. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

catt, harry s you lemons “when life give ice and leave make orange ju wondering how everyone else x Markham you did it.” - Ma ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year

4 Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Sport, State Representative Athletics, Year 5 District Representative Athletics, District Representative Cross Country, Man of the Week, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Winner, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay APS Record Holders Under 14, Half Colours - Athletics, Year 9 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay Under 15, Full Colours - Athletics, Year 10 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100 Relay Under 16, Half Colours - Athletics, Year 11 Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 9 Athletics - Sprints, Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - Sprints, Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XV Rugby, Year 12 Rowing First VIII, Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor. Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Zachariah Tuckshop / Notice Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Private Tuition Music 45 Minutes, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

dean, michael through deeds, “to extend fame k of virtue.” this is the wor il rg Vi ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Class Effort Card Term Effort Card, Effort Card Class Music, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 5 Best Team Player 5B Cricket, Choir Prize Borwick House, Class Effort Card Term 1, Specialist Effort Card Library, Wilson House Award Term 1, Year 6 Class Award, Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Choral and Instrumental, Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Music - Semester GRAMMARIAN 2018

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1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge Distinction, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Most Improved Soccer 9B, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Friends of Music Achievement Prize, Year 10 APS Athletics 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 16, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Coach’s Award Soccer 10B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Soccer Third XI, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester

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2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Athletics, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Latin 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours, Honours For receiving Full Colours in Music for three consecutive years, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Soccer, Athletics, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Soccer Undefeated, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics Sprints, Cooper Club Rowing , Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Athletics, Fourth Badminton Red, Soccer Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 2, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, School Officer, Year 8 Middle School Music Vice Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1,

Year 12Co-Vice Captain of Music. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Chapel Server, Choral Soiree, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - 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, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production

Backstage - Copacabana, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Backstage - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, DAV Debating A Grade, Private Tuition Music Oboe, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

dick, hamish hard going “It was always ith a name w through school I realise w no t like mine. Bu t such a bad that Hamish isn’ ” name after all. ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Batting Award Cricket 7A, Year 8 Bowling Award Cricket 8A, Year 9 Bowling Award Cricket 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Premiership Colours Football, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Football, Half Colours Cricket, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Athletics, Honours

Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: AFL Football, Merit Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics Sprints, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Crowther, Vice Captain Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Bowling Award Cricket 10A, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Best Team Player Tennis Sixth VIII, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication &


Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer Fourth XI, Merit Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Athletics, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Athletics - Sprints, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Sixth VIII Tennis, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - Fourth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

franklyn, tom out my Atar, as “I don’t care ab school on time long as I get to my shirt tucked everyday with Tom Franklyn in I’m happy.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 8 Golden Boot Soccer 8A, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Full Colours - Soccer, Year 10 Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Honours Awarded Full Colours 4 years consecutively: Soccer, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 First XI Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 10 First XI Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 11 First XI Soccer, Futsal, Soccer, Year 12 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI.

gui, jimmy ltiply, I cross “I don’t cross mu people.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Outdoor Education 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Outdoor Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Basketball Year 10, Rising Star Badminton 9/10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Basketball, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours Basketball, Half Colours Badminton, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 10 Year 10 Basketball, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 First V Basketball, Second Badminton, Year 12 Basketball - First V, First Badminton.

harris, gus r children are ou “I believe that em th op st e w future. Unless Simpson now.” - Homer ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Most Improved Touch Football. SPORTS: Year 7

Hockey, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Second VIII Tennis, Year 8 BGS2 Touch Football, Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 9 Snow Sports, Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Second XI Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Hockey - Second XI, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

First VII Water Polo, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Rugby, Water Polo, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Flinders, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Fish Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Paper Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 School Monitor Science Monitor, Science Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Swimming. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

hayes, charlie n I close my “Sometimes whe see.” t n’ ca eyes I - unknown ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 2 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Regional Representative Swimming, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education - 4 Flinders, State Representative Swimming, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Award, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 9 Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Year 10 Best Swimmer Under 16, Full Colours - Water Polo, Year 11 APS Representative Team Water Polo, Best Swimmer Swimming Under 17, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours - Water Polo, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Waterpolo, Year 12 Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Swimming. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport Swimming, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8B Football, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10B Football, First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11

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a cheeky hide “Nothing beats with lids during and seek game .” year 12 meetings ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 9 Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9B, Year 10 Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Athletics, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Snow Sports, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII , Year 12 Swimming. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade.

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kinsman, max ty fast. If you “Life moves pret look around don’t stop and , you could miss once in a while it.”– Ferris ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Crowther SPORTS: Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing , Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Sixth Tennis, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR GRAMMARIAN 2018

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leadbeater, jonathan ibly busy 9 “I’ve had a horr nverting oxygen years at BGS co ide...(8/13).” into Carbon Diox ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Cricket, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 8 Coach’s Award Football 8B, Year 9 Half Colours Cricket, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 10 Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Full Colours Cricket, Half Colours - Music, Rising Star Cricket First XI, Year 11 Best & Fairest Football Fourth XVIII, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Performance, Half Colours Music, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours Music, Full House Colours, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Cricket. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Cricket First XI, Year 10 10A Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Cricket First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor , Year 6 Chapel Server , Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Vice Captain Cricket First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick

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House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Choral Soiree, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Seussical Production - Cast, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Cast - Copacabana, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Choral Scholars, 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, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Private Tuition Music Violin / Viola, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card Term 3, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 5 Assembly Award, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 3, Library Prize, Man of the Week, Year 10 Half Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Music, Half Colours - Performance, Half Colours - St John Ambulance, Merit Certificate Drama 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 BGS5 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - Third V. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor - 5 Zachariah, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Music Scholarship,

Music Scholarship Students, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Choral Soiree, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, St John Ambulance, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, St John Ambulance, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Choral Scholars, 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, St John Ambulance, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Private Tuition Music Double/Electric Bass, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

marais, brad never made a “a smooth sea - Unknown skilled sailor.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Yr 7 Hockey, Cricket All Rounder Award 7A Cricket, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English -

Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Brooks’ Family Trophy Hockey Most Goals in the Season, Year 8 Batting Award Cricket 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Full Colours - Hockey, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Pryor Honour Board Cricket 8A, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Full Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, The D F Wicks Trophy Hockey First XI Most Improved Hockey First XI, The Lansdown Trophy Hockey First XI Best and Fairest Hockey First XI, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Full Colours - Hockey, Leadership Award, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Year 11 APS Representative Team Hockey, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a State Level Being awarded Full Colours in Hockey for three years in a row Being selected as an APS Representative, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Hockey First XI, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Hockey, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 First XI Hockey, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 First XI Hockey, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 First XI Hockey, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, First XI Hockey, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Hockey - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain 7F2, Year 8 Captain


of Cricket, Captain of Hockey Under 14, Co-Captain of Middle School, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Captain of Hockey, Captain of School , Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition, Debating, Music, Public Speaking, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating, Year 9 Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Student Council, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Senior School Fundraising Committee, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference , Year 11 - Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server.

may, lachie ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 8 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey,. Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Basketball Third V, Third Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Art Committee. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Chapel Server, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Frankston Camp, Year 11 - Frankston Camp 2017, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card Term 2 - 4 Bass, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Weekly Award, Year 5 Class Award, Class Effort Card Term 2 - 5 Zachariah, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player 5C Cricket, Pen Licence, Weekly Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Table Tennis, Assembly Award Term 2, Best Team Player 6C AFL, Best Team Player Touch Rugby, Class Award Term 3, Specialist Effort Card Music, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Coach’s Award Waterpolo, Distinction Certificate CDT Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Most Valuable Soccer 8B1, Year 9 Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 9, Distinction Certificate English Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 9B,

Year 10 BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer 10A, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 Semester 2, Full Colours Soccer, Half Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport Table Tennis, APS Sport Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, BGS4 Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing , First VII Water Polo, First XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Science Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Sports Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Touch Football, Year 12 Senior School Assistant Senior Server, Vice

Captain Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Year 9 Chapel Server, Year 10 Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking.

Colours - Sailing, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Sailing, Year 9 Athletics - High Jump, Rugby Under 15, Sailing, Year 10 Athletics - High Jump, Rugby Under 16, Sailing, Water Polo, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby, Sailing, Year 12 Rugby, Sailing. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain 7C2, Year 8 Middle School Fundraising CoCaptain Promotions, Middle School House Co-Captain , School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Vice Captain Rugby, Vice Captain Sailing. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Debating, Music, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, DAV Debating C Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

nicholls, devan dreaming.” “Tell him he’s rrigan Ke yl - Darr ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Best Back Award Rugby Under 14, Half Colours - Sailing, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Full Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Sailing, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, State Representative - Sailing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full

peters, jack e machine I “Welcome to th Jack Peters guess mate.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Distinction Certificate GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Third VIII Tennis, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cross Country, Fourth Badminton Blue. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain 7F4, Year 8 Middle School Art Committee , Middle School Fundraising Co-Captain Treasurer, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server.

Representative Football, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Cricket 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 11 Full Colours - Cricket, Most Determined Player Cricket First XI, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Half Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Water Polo, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Library Monitor, School Officer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 8 Best & Fairest Volleyball Year 8, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Rising Star Tennis 10B, Year 11 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology

1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football Second XVIII, Second Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The University of Melbourne

Mathematics Competition - Merit Certificate, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 10 Summer Sport, Year 10 Basketball, Year 11 First Badminton, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Second Badminton.

sun, steven ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 10 Coach’s Award Basketball Year 10, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Distinction, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese (First Language/ Second Language Advanced) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition - Merit Certificate, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester

berry, cameron t u’ve heard abou “Everything yo y rr Be n ro me me is true.” - Ca ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Class Award, Effort Card, Music Prize, Year 4 Class Award 4 Cook, Class Effort Card 4 Cook, Pen Licence, Weekly Award, Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 4, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Weekly Award, Year 6 Class Effort Card Term 3, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Weekly Award, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7C, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics

- Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Best Team Player Cricket 8B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 2, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 Semester 1, Full Colours Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European


Handball, APS Sport Football, Year 6 APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Second XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Cook, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Captain - Dixon, Senior School Senior Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Extension Studies, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Year 10 - Chapel Server, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Senior School Chapel Server.

English - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8A, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9A, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 Courage Cup - Rugby Under 16, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby, Half Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Rugby, Year 12 Captain of Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

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chand, james enjoyed that ‘’me oh my i have yes boy’.’ ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Best Back Award Rugby Under 13, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 8 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 14, Merit Certificate

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7B, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Merit

Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Big Science Competition - High Distinction, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Rugby. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain Term 3, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Extension Studies, Intermediate Stage Band, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band.

de worsop, zac nizzle.” “fo’ shizzle my e) Ni to - (refer ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Man of the Week 4 Bass, Year 6 Most Outstanding Player Rugby, Year 8 Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8C1, Year 10 Best Back Award Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours, Half Colours Rowing. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 Athletics, Rugby Under 14, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - High Jump, Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XV Rugby, Year 12 Rowing Second VIII, Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chess.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7A, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Golden Boot Soccer 7A, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Best Team Player Cricket 8A, Credit Prize Year 8, 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 Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Coach’s GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Award Soccer 10A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 Semester 1, Service Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Soccer First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies.

gao, kevin rd, what do you “Look at the bi the bird? If you interpret from of the bird is it take a picture bird?” still the same uc dd - Peter Pi k ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Lion’s International Peace Poster

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Competition Honourable Mention, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Year 8 iDesign Creativity Award, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 11 Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Service Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Hockey - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Art Committee. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

gong, felix ultimate form “Fighting is the rbarity.” of primitive ba ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award, Music Prize, Specialist Effort Card Orchestra, Wilson House Award, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester

1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer 9D, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Badminton, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, No Sport - No report, Soccer, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Fourth Tennis, Soccer - Sixth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Leader Wilson House String Orchestra, Music Officer, Year 8 Middle School Music Captain, Year 11 Leader Guitar Ensemble, Year 12 Captain of Music. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical -

The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Corelli Strings, Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating D Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Corelli Strings, Private Tuition Music, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, China Music Tour 2018, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating B Grade, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Guitar, Senior Big Band, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

goodings, jack e shot.” “On me! He’s on n ow kn - Un ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Year 4 House Cross Country Champion, Man of the Week, Pen Licence 4

Bass, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education - 4 Bass, Year 5 District Representative Athletics, House Athletics Champion, House Cross Country Champion, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education - 5 Scott, Year 6 Assembly Award Term 1, Assembly Award Term 2, Divisional Representative Athletics, Divisional Representative Cross Country, Divisional Representative Swimming, Effort Card, House Cross Country Champion, State Representative Athletics, State Representative Swimming, Year 7 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Third XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Sports Monitor, Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain, Year 12 House CoVice Captain - Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music.


hickey, bradley “That’s a silly.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours Basketball, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Basketball, Full House Colours, Half

Colours - Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First V Basketball, Fourth Badminton Blue, Snow Sports, Year 12 Basketball - First V, Fourth Badminton Red. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of Basketball. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival.

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as funny, as long “Everything is .” se el e on me so it’s happening to ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player APS Zone Representation, Assembly Award, Divisional Representative Tennis, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 7 Golden Boot Soccer 7A, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Tennis 7A, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, iDesign Highly Commended, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8A, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, Golden Boot Soccer 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, H A Glover Cup for School Champion Tennis First VIII, Year 11

APS Representative Team Tennis, Full Colours - Tennis, Honours Being selected to represent the School at an APS level Being awarded Full Colours in Tennis for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, School Sport Australia Tennis Australia Cup (National School Tennis Championships), Year 12 APS Representative Team Tennis (Vice Captain), Full Colours - Tennis, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, School Sport Victoria Tennis - Prizzey Cup. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport -.Football, APS Sport Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Water Polo, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, First VIII Tennis, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, First VIII Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, First VIII Tennis, Year 11 First VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 First Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 11 Co-Vice Captain of Tennis, Year 12 Captain of Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble.

ingram, dylan cinnamon in the “No kidding, no l.” kitchen is cynica n ga ni - Thomas Lo ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library - 4 Flinders, Weekly Award, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Soccer, Best Team Player 5B Football, Class Effort Card Term 3, Most Outstanding Player 5C Soccer, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Class Effort Card, Class Effort Card Term 2, House Spelling Champion Team, Year 7 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd U16 Diving B Division, Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Full Colours

- Chapel Service, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8 Swimming, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 Diving, Rugby Under 15, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Diving, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Diving, Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Flinders, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 9 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Public Speaking, Year 8 Chapel Server, Year 9 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Student Council, Year 10 Chapel Server, DAV Debating C Grade, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Art Prize, Effort Card Term 4 - 4 Bass, Year 4 Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 5 Best Team Player Badminton, Class Award, Man of the Week, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Pen Licence, State Representative Snowsports, Year 6 Best Team Player Touch Rugby, Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 7 Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Half Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Snow Sports, National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 11 Full Colours - Snow Sports, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Snow Sports, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 BGS4 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Snow Sports, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Second XV Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 12 Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Paper Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Fishpond Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 Classroom

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Monitor, School Monitor Science, Science Monitor, Year 12 Vice Captain of Snow Sports. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band.

loycke, niklas en Erbium “Uranium Nitrog Darmstadtium.” y - Mitchell Kell ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Full Colours - Hockey, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, The Coghlan Trophy Hockey First XI Goalkeeper Hockey First XI, Year 10 Full Colours Hockey, The Coghlan Trophy Hockey First XI Goalkeeper, The Lansdown Trophy Hockey First XI Best and Fairest, Year 11 APS Representative Team Hockey, Full Colours - Hockey, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Hockey for three years in a row Being selected as an APS representative, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, The Coghlan Trophy Hockey First XI Goalkeeper Hockey First XI, Year 12 Full Colours Hockey, Half Colours - Futsal. SPORTS: Year 9 Sailing, Year 10 First XI Hockey, Sailing, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XI Hockey, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Hockey - First XI.

- The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Chess, Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chess, Ute Full of Food.

lui, owen should be used “study periods wisely.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 Effort Card Term 2 - 5 Scott, Year 6 Mathletics Award, Most Outstanding Player Badminton, Weekly Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8C2, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Golden Boot Soccer 9D, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Robotics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 Coach’s Award Badminton 9/10A, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 11 Best & Fairest Second Badminton, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical

morrison, jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player Basketball, Class Effort Card Term 4, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Year 8 Coach’s Award Hockey Year 8, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Full Colours - Music, Year 11 Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Hockey, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, First XI Hockey, Year 12 Open Badminton, Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Percussion Ensemble, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Chapel Server, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle

School Combined Book Club, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, String Spectacular, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 - 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, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server.

murray, tom nd. It’s coarse, “I don’t like sa it irritating, and and rough, and .” re he yw gets ever ker - Anakin Skywal ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 Best & Fairest Football 8B, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Most Improved Rugby Under 16, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Service Colours Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours Rowing, Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics, BGS3 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing


- Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XV Rugby, Year 12 Rowing First VIII, Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble.

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7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Soccer - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor Lunch Order Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 1 5 Scott, Class Captain Term 2, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Captain of the Junior School, Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music.

Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Fourth Badminton Red. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Debating, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Percussion Ensemble, Rosstrevor Big Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Interschool Chess, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Year 7 - 9 Production Crew - Camp Rock, Year 12 Senior Choir.

il packir saibo, aq ing is “People say noth nothing do I t impossible, bu Q y.” da y ever ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 10 Half Service Colours Music, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Performance. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 Year 10 Basketball, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Third V

parker, finn out Mountain “I’m talking ab aun White Dews baby.” - Sh ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Football 7B, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Most Improved

Waterpolo, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Football 9B, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Woodcraft Semester 2, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10B, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 Semester 1, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 8A Football, BGS5 Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Rowing First VIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 8 The Big Science Competition - Distinction, Year 10 Half Colours - Music, Half Service Colours - Music, Most Improved Soccer 10C, Year 11 Half Colours - Sailing, Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Half Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Sailing, Year 10 10C Soccer, Sailing, Year 11 Sailing, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, School Concert, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Choral Soiree, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Choral Scholars, DAV Debating B Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Private Tuition Music Clarinet, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp. GRAMMARIAN 2018

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Art Prize Art, Assembly Award, Best Team Player Tennis, Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 11 Most Valuable Player Tennis Second VIII, Year 12 Full Colours Tennis. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 First Tennis, Football - Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Man Swimming Under 13, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Best Team Man Swimming Under 14, Year 9 Most Courageous Player Award Football 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10A, Year 11 Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Service Colours Rowing, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Colours Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Distance, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Co-Vice Captain Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8D, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate Bridging English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 12 Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Y.ar 7 Swimming, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Open Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 Extension Studies, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular.

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adams, nick t’s weird the “You know wha self the brain. brain called it ant to be Brian Maybe it was me t.” but autocorrec r me ti Mu er - Jasp ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Effort Card Term 1, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Award Term 2, School Officers’ Prize, Specialist Effort Card Library, The Park Shield, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Perpetual Barrie Johns Cup (Coaches Award) Football 7B, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, iDesign Highly

Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Performance, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 7 7B Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8B Football, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing


- Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Rowing Third VIII, Rugby, Water Polo. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Clas. Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, School Officer, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 House Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Music, Public Speaking, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 11 - Frankston Camp 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Senior School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee.

bendel, toby wisdom is in “The only true nothing.” ow kn knowing you - Socrates ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Batting Award Cricket 7C, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Most Improved

Water Polo, Year 8 Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Most Improved Football, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Football 10B, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo,

Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Football - Third XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football Third XVIII, Second Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 House Vice Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band.

bryan, james ment.” “Play for the mo State in - Blue Mounta ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 8 The Religious Education Prize Year 8, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester

chen, tom ds rich and “keep your frien , and then ch ri your enemies ” t which is which wait to find ou ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate

Geography - Semester 2, Most Improved Tennis 9B, Year 10 Half Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Music, Year 12 Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Third V Basketball, Third VIII Tennis, Year 12 Basketball Third V, Third Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Private Tuition Music French Horn, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

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on derevianko, ant e best 3 years “Year 12 was th d Bellmaine Ne of my life.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award Weekly Assembly Award, Class Award Best in Class, Class Effort Card 4 Cook, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 5 Assembly Award Weekly Assembly Award - 5 Melville, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - 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 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Mathematics Challenge Credit, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Full Colours - Touch Football, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Most Improved Soccer 10A, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Colours - Touch Football, Most Valuable Player

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Soccer Second XI, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 BGS3 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer, Touch Football, Year 11 Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Touch Football, Year 12 Soccer - First XI, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Cook, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term2 Notice Monitor, Library Monitor Term 1, Year 6 Chapel Server, Chapel Server Senior Assistant Chapel Server, Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Epilepsy Trivia Challenge, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition, Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Public Speaking, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Frankston Camp, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 11 Frankston Camp 2017, Senior School Chess, Year 12 -DAV Debating A Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee.

drake, callum cy is over” “the life of choc ot dabb t ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player 6B Soccer, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese (Second Language) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese (Second Language) Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Politics 1/2 Semester 1, Half Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Honours Representing Brighton Grammar School at State Level in Debating, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B2

Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fourth VIII Tennis, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Soccer - Fourth XI, Tennis Extra. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Library Monitor, Year 8 Middle School Debating and Public Speaking Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition, Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Combined Book Club, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Middle School Combined Book Club, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating B Grade, DAV Debating C Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee.

Swimming, Year 12 Rugby, Water Polo, Year 12 Swimming. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Senior School Chess.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8C, Year 9 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, BGS4 Touch Football, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 11 Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Open Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Debating, Music.

estella, finn ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 9 Most Improved Swimming, Year 10 Best Swimmer Under 16, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours - Water Polo, Year 12 Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Swimming. SPORTS: Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Water Polo, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby, Year 11

gong, jerry the most “Study period is t because you difficult subjec ‘study’ in study never actually od peri .” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate


Chinese - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Merit Certificate Chinese (First Language) Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Rising Star 10C2 Tennis, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 3/4 Semester 1, Year 12 Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Sixth VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Hockey Second XI, Sixth Tennis.

lee, scott nd is squishy.” “I like sand, sa Do - ry ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Art Prize, Best Team Player Volleyball, Effort Card Religious Education, Effort Card Term 2 - 5 Scott, Year 6 Assembly Award Library, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Lion’s International Peace Poster Competition Honourable Mention, Merit Certificate Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Australian Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians High Distinction, 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 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Fourth in Year 8, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Most Improved Hockey Year 8, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge Distinction, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player 9/10C BL Badminton, Service Colours - Music, The Baylis Perpetual Trophy Hockey Year 10 Best and Fairest, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit

Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Hockey - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain Term 3, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Library Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Volleyball, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Interschool Chess, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Cello Choir, Combined Senior Production Backstage - Copacabana, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Senior Symphony Orchestra, Ute Full of Food.

lynch, dom re is silver and “not all treasu gold mate!” Sparrow - Captain Jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 11 Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 11 First XVIII Football, Fourth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Touch Football.

- Cricket, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Football, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Cricket. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, 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 Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, First XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Cricket First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player 5A Cricket, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Basketball, Man of the Week, Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Service Colours Cricket, Year 10 Half Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Year 11 Bowling Award Cricket First XI, Full Colours - Cricket, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Cricket, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First GRAMMARIAN 2018

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XI, Football - First XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Concert Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival.

rathmayr, nik e in for me.” “IDK just put on - Me ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Coach’s Award Diving, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Full Colours - Diving, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Full Colours Diving, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10B, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Diving, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Sailing, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Fourth XVIII, State Representative - Sailing, Year 12 Full Colours Diving, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Soccer, Diving, Open Diving, Year 9 9A Soccer, Diving, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Soccer, Sailing, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Sailing, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Diving, Football - Third XVIII, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Diving Middle

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roberts, finn te.” “Completed it ma rs - Inbetweene ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 1 ENTRY YEAR: 2007 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 3 House Spelling Champion Team, Year 4 Effort Card Term 1, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 5 Class Award Man of the Term, Class Effort Card Term 3, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Cricket, Cross Country Encouragement Award, Swimming Encouragement Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians Participation, Bowling Award Cricket 8C, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2,

Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Most Improved Water Polo Year 9, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Sailing, Water Polo, Year 10 10A Soccer, Sailing, Water Polo, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Sailing, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor Lunch Order Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Notice Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Fish Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - House Poetry Competition Finalist, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Maths Olympic s, Year 5 Music, Year 6 BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Maths Olympics, Milikapiti Exchange, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 Extension Studies, Year 9 - Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B

Grade, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking.

rowell, hudson ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Physical Education Prize Effort Card, Year 5 Class Award, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Meliora Prize, Year 6 Best Team Player Badminton, Heather Bottomley Citizenship Prize, Mathletics Award, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Futsal. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, First VII Water Polo, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Football Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Doctor Monitor - 5 Melville, Library Monitor Term 2 - 5 Melville. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Milikapiti Exchange Host, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 11 Frankston Camp 2017.

stroud, max something at “If you can’t do nvince people least try and co you can.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 9 Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Most Courageous Player Award Football Fourth XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Monitor, School Monitor Sport, Sports Monitor, Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.


twycross, max егда” “я-звезда навс - екатерина ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 2 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 2 Assembly Award, Year 3 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 4 Art Prize, Assembly Award, Class Award, Meliora Prize, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 2, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Water Polo, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Choral and Instrumental Borwick House Choir, Specialist Effort Card Science, The House Award Trivia, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Fifth in Year 7, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, 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, 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, Fifth in Year 8 Year 8, iDesign Highly Commended, iDesign Humanitarian Award, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Big Science Competition Distinction, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, 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 Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Rugby Under 15, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Water Polo, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester

1, Distinction Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colour. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Volleyball, APS Sport Water Polo, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XV Rugby, Year 12 Rugby. OFFICES HELD: Year 2 Classroom Monitor, Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 3, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Semester 1 Slicker Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Display Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Paper Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, School Officer, Year 8 Co-Captain of Water Polo Year 8, Middle School Art Committee, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr

6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 9 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 10 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

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Wang, simon y, day day up.”

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese (First Language) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese (First Language/Second Language Advanced) Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a First Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, SPORTS: Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer, First Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Intermediate Concert Band, Year 10 - Intermediate Concert Band.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Year 9/10B Badminton - Red, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Distinction, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Soccer Fourth XI, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House

cao, sam decision that “it was THE best e to become a I made in my lif on Grammar.” ht student at Brig ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award Translation, Class Award Reading, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card ESL, Year 10 Merit Certificate Foundation English - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS

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Colours, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Vice Captain of International Students. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Ute Full of Food.

Sport - Tennis, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Second XI Hockey, Summer Sport, Year 12 Open Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Canberra Tour, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Music, Year 8 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Senior Music Camp, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

cooper, connor s a door... open “When life shut w door. That’s ho it again. It’s a ” they work. ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Best Built and Designed, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Most Valuable Soccer 8B2, Year 11 Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7B Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Snow Sports, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Snow Sports, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Fourth Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

dow, mitch miss finding “Really going to ndwiches in sa d rotten fruit an ” my school bag. the bottom of ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Man of the Week 4 Bass, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort

Card Art, Year 5 Best Team Player European Handball, Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Year 7 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Half Colours - Sailing, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Sprints, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Full Colours Sailing, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Full Colours Music, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Performance, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Sailing 2017, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 2, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, State Representative - Sailing, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Sailing, Full House Colours, Honours For receiving Full Colours in Music for three consecutive years, Merit Certificate Literature 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport Football, Year 7 7B Football, Sailing, Year 7D Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Sailing, Year 9 9B Football, Athletics - Sprints, Sailing, Year 10 10B Football, Sailing, Year 11 Sailing, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Sailing. OFFICES HELD:Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor,

Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor - 5 Zachariah, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Co-Vice Captain of Music, Senior School Thurifer, Vice Captain Sailing. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Intermediate Big Band, Music, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Senior Concert Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Intermediate Big Band, Interschool Chess, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 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, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Senior Production - Musician - Copacabana, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Generations in Jazz, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music Percussion, Private Tuition Music Piano, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.


ellioTt, tom ving in God “I stopped belie was just dog it when I realised backwards.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 1, Most Reliable Performer Soccer 9B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Half Colours - Futsal, Merit Certificate English 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Global Politics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 10C Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Second XI Soccer, Sixth VIII Tennis, Soccer, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Soccer - Second XI, OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Fundraising Captain, EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 Extension Studies, Middle School Concert Band, Year 12 - Student Wellbeing Committee.

gu, daniel “Oh Misery.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge Distrinction, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad, Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Bridging English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, The University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition - Outstanding Award, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an

Additional Language 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Open Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Private Tuition Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Participation, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Batting Award Cricket 8C, Credit Prize Year 8, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign BGS Award, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Most Improved Soccer 8A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Big Science Competition - High Distinction, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Coach’s Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Batting Award Cricket 10B, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology Semester 2, Year 11 Coach’s Award Cricket Second XI, Coach’s Award Soccer Fifth XI, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Soccer Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Percussion Ensemble,

Year 8 - Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Percussion Ensemble, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Duke of Edinburgh, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Duke of Edinburgh (Bronze), Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chess, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

hirasedo, kei dundant when “the mouth is re ” all the talking. your calves do ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Golden Boot Soccer 7B, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10 %, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - Triple Jump, GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best & Fairest Football 9B, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Half Colours - Athletics, Mathematics Challenge Credit, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Music - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Best & Fairest Football 10B, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Badminton, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Athletics, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Badminton, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Badminton for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Athletics, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8B Football, Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9B Football, Athletics - Triple Jump, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10B Football, Athletics - Long / Triple Jump, First Badminton, Year 11 Athletics - Long / Triple Jump, First

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Badminton, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 First Badminton, Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 8 - Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Corelli Strings, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music�, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Corelli Strings, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Corelli Strings, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Corelli Strings, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

ianuali, luke ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Pen Licence, Year 5 Best Team Player Soccer, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Finalist, Divisional Representative Swimming, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, State Representative Swimming, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester

2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Third in Year 7, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10%, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, 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, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Big Science Competition High Distinction, Third in Year 8, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1,

Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, 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, Mathematics Challenge Credit, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Most Improved Football 10A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester

1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket Third XI, Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Year 8 Middle School Music Vice Captain, School Officer Middle School Semester 2, Year 9 Leader Stage Band. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The


Wardrobe, Year 7 - DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition, Debating, Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Interschool Chess, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School Big Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Duke of Edinburgh, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival.

jakobus, victor ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer 8C, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Year 9/10B Badminton Blue, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese -

Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 9D, Service Colours - Chess, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Badminton, Half Colours - Chess, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10C, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge 3rd Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours Chess, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Chess, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Music, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Badminton, Honours Being awarded for Full Colours in Badminton for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Athletics, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer, First Badminton, Year 11 First Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 First Badminton, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain 7F3, Year 12 Captain of Chess. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Chess, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chess, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Chess

Vic BGS Cup 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 4 Effort Card Term Effort Card - 4 Flinders, Man of the Week 4 Flinders, Meliora Prize, Pen Licence, Year 5 Class Award Semester 2, Class Effort Card Term 4, Man of the Week Term One, Specialist Effort Card Class Music - Term 4, Year 6 Best Team Player Cricket, Class Award, Class Effort Card Science, Class Effort Card Term 1, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Music Styles and Technology - Semester 2, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction,

BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Chapel Service. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Sailing, Year 10 10B Football, Sailing, Year 11 Sailing, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football Third XVIII, Fourth Badminton Red. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Flinders - Semester Two, Year 5 Class Captain Term Two, Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Message Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Book Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 School Officer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, House Poetry Competition Finalist Year 4 House Poetry Winner, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Public Speaking, Rosstrevor Big Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Chapel Server, Interschool Chess, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Guitar

Ensemble, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

kelly, mitchell ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Class Award ‘You Can Do It’ - for Persistence, Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Player Football, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 10% Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Big Science Competition - High Distinction, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Politics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Certificate English - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Chess, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Best Defensive Player Basketball Year 10, Bowling Award Cricket 10B, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge 2nd Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, King of the Glass Basketball Third V, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours Basketball, Full Colours Chapel Service, Full Colours - Chess, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 Year 10 Basketball, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Tennis Extra. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 7 Form Co-Captain, Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Extension Studies, Interschool Chess, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Chess, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Mount Alexander Schools Chess

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Challenge, Senior School Chess, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

lai, michael cy is over” “the life of choc ot dabb t ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9D, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 9, Year 10 Best Team Player 10C2 Tennis, Year 11 Rising Star Tennis Fifth VIII. SPORTS: Year 8 BGS3 Touch Football, Hockey, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Hockey - Second XI.

lam, WILLIAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Effort Card Term Effort Card - 4 Flinders, Library Prize Year 4, Meliora Prize 4 Flinders, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Award, Effort Card Library, Library Prize, Man of the Week, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Dux of the Junior School, Effort Card Science, Meliora Prize,

Specialist Effort Card, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25%, Best Team Player Volleyball, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Lion’s International Peace Poster Competition Honourable Mention, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 7C, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay APS Record Holders Under 14, Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 8, Australian Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians High Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Best Team Player Volleyball Year 8, Credit Prize, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Big Science Competition - High Distinction, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay / 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 15, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction

Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Music - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Mathematics Challenge High Distinction, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 9D, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay / 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 16, Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award 1st Badminton, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Badminton, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Victorian All Schools Road

Relays Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay Under 18, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Badminton, Half Colours - Music, Honours Awarded Full Colours 3 years consecutively: Badminton, Honours Being awarded for Full Colours in Badminton for three years in a row, Merit Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships. SPORTS: Year 4 Athletics, Cross Country, Swimming, Tabloid Sport, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Athletics - Sprints, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Athletics - Hurdles, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer, Athletics Sprints, First Badminton, Year 11 Athletics - Middle Distance, First Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Athletics, First Badminton, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Message Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Library Monitor, Science Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Prefect, Vice Captain Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, House Poetry Competition Finalist Rofe House, Maths Olympics, Year 5 Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Debating, Extension Studies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo Concert 2, Victorian School Music Festival, Year


9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Senior Production Set - Copacabana, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Private Tuition Music Clarinet, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee.

lawson, austin best and you “You tried your : y. The lesson is failed miserabl n so mp Si mer Never try.” - Ho ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Bowling Award Cricket 8B, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 8B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year

7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cooper Club Rowing, Football - Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, Year 12 House Captain Rofe. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Award, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 6 Class Award, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 1, Year 8 Coach’s Award Soccer 8C, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 9 Academic Excellence Award, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History

- Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Forensic Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport Badminton, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Tuckshop and Notice Monitor - 5 Zachariah. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 8 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior

Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 10 Carols Orchestra & Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

liu, jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 8 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Best Individual Score, Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Australian Mathematics Competition Prize Certificate In the top 1% of entrants across Australia, Australian Mathematics Competition - Prudence Award, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 8D, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Perfect Score, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Mathematics Challenge High Distinction, Melbourne University Mathematics Competition Second Prize Winner, Merit Certificate

English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 10 AMOC Selection School (Senior), Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Australian Senior Mathematical Olympiad, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, The University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition - Third Prize Winner, Year 11 AMOC Selection School (Senior), Australian Mathematics Competition - Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Honours Outstanding achievement in Mathematics, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer Fifth XI, The University of Melbourne Mathematics Competition Third Prize Winner. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Sixth VIII Tennis, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

longmire, nick S M R T.” “I am so smart son mp Si r - Home ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Commerce GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Futsal, Merit Certificate Economics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Soccer - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 House Captain - Rofe. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 9 - Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 Senior School Fundraising Committee.

lu, sheldon t ONE billion “If u want to ge e need TO have on dollarS first u ” n. millio ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Rofe SPORTS: Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Basketball Third V, Open Badminton.

English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Revolutions 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Second XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Soccer Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Vice Captain Soccer 8A. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Middle School Junior Concert Band.

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loong, zachary ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Fourth XI.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Tennis, Class Effort Card, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7A, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Rising Star Cricket 10A, Year 11 Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Distinction Certificate

time I have come “After all this nding; the bird to an understa ly nothing.” te means absolu ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Term 3 Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Full Colours - Hockey, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health

and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Full Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Programming Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Hockey, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Hockey for 3 years in a row Being selected as an APS representative, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 Semester 2, Most Improved Hockey First XI, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Hockey. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 BGS3 Touch Football, Hockey, Water Polo, Year 9 First XI Hockey, Sailing, Year 10 First XI Hockey, Sailing, Year 11 Badminton, First XI Hockey, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Red, Hockey - First XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade.

Psychology - Semester 1, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, 10B Soccer, Water Polo, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Basketball Third V, Fourth Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Year 11 DAV Debating B Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Silver, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating B Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee.

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simon, noa “I like tennis.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 7 Credit Prize, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate


Science - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer 10C, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Soccer, Third VIII Tennis, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Soccer - Third XI, Third Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Art Committee, Middle School Debating and Public Speaking Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle

School Semester 1. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Debating, Music, Year 8 - Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee.

wang, kevin e already “If our lives ar ld take a written, it wou n to change the courageous ma Wake script.” ~ Alan ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2010 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Class Effort Card 4 Flinders, Man of the Week 4 Flinders, Specialist Effort Card Year 4 Japanese, Year 5 Best Team Player Swimming, Best Team Player Water Polo, Japanese Prize, Year 6 Best Team Player Swimming, Man of the Week, The House Award, The Outdoor Education Prize, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Coach’s Award Swimming Under 13, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Term 1 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 14, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Certificate of Achievement - Drama, Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Full Colours - Performance, Year 12 Full Colours - Performance, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Music, Service Colours - Swimming, SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Volleyball, APS

Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Volleyball, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Second XV Rugby, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Rugby, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Scott, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Library Monitor, School Monitor Library, School Officer, Year 8 Leader Middle School Concert Band, Middle School Chess Vice Captain School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Debating, Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Interschool Chess, Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Extension Studies, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Chess, Duke of Edinburgh, Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 10 Combined Senior Production Cast - Copacabana, Frankston Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - Frankston Camp 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior School Chess, Student Wellbeing Committee, Ute Full of Food, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Senior

Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 10 Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Second Badminton, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Open Badminton.

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abbott, daniel cy is over.” “the life of choc - dabbott ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Pen Licence, Weekly Award, Year 4 APS Most Outstanding Player Skiing, Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Skiing, Class Award, Man of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 6 APS Most

Outstanding Player Skiing, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Wilson House Orchestra, Weekly Award, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Proficiency, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8B, Golden Boot Soccer 8B2, National Representative Snow Sports, Pryor Honour Board Snow Sports, Year 9 Best Back Award, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, National Representative - Snow Sports, The Adam Brown Cup (Best and Fairest Year 9 Tennis), Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Full Colours - Tennis, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, National Representative GRAMMARIAN 2018

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- Snow Sports, Skier of the Year, Year 11 Full Colours Snow Sports, Full Colours - Tennis, Golden Boot Soccer Third XI, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Most Improved Tennis First VIII, National Representative - Snow Sports, Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Full Colours - Tennis, Full House Colours School, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Tennis for three years in a row, Honours Qualified in 3 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, National Representative Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Snow Sports, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Tennis, Snow Sports, Year 7 7B Soccer, Athletics, Snow Sports, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Athletics, Snow Sports, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Snow Sports, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Athletics, Athletics - Middle Distance, First VIII Tennis, Snow Sports, Year 11 First VIII Tennis, Snow Sports, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 First Tennis, Football - Third XVIII, Snow Sports. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, School Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Snow Sports, Vice Captain Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor String Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music,

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Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Silver), Frankston Camp, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Duke of Edinburgh - Gold, Frankston Camp 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra.

Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 7/8 Production Cast - Bugsy Malone, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Cam.

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cole, harry how hard you “It ain’t about hard you can w hit, its about ho get it and keep get it, you can d.” moving forwar ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 5 Class Effort Card Music, Year 6 Class Effort Card Term 4, Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 No Sport - No report, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor 5 Zachariah - Tuckshop and Notice Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip,

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 10 Batting Award Cricket 10A, Full Premiership Colours Football, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Most Improved Football First XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football. Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 First XVIII Football (APS Premiers), Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 First XVIII Football, No Sport - No report, Year 12 Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain, Year 12 Vice Captain Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 10 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 7A, Top Try Scorer for Touch Football, Year 8 Coach’s Award Soccer 8A, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Half Colours - Touch Football, iDesign Sustainability Award, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Under 18 State Touch Football Championship - Winners, Year 9 Coach’s Award Soccer 9A, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10A, Year 11 Full Colours Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Athletics, Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer (Undefeated), Athletics - Sprints, Rosstrevor Touch Football,

Year 8 8A Soccer, Athletics Sprints & Hurdles, BGS3 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics - Sprints, Cooper Club Rowing, First XI Soccer, Soccer, Year 12 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Touch Football, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Vice Captain Soccer 8A, Year 12 Vice Captain Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Extension Studies, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival.

dickson, james the thief of “Comparison is Roosevelt re do joy.” - Theo ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award Weekly Assembly Award, Class Effort Card 4 Cook, Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 3, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Divisional Representative Cross Country, Mathletics Award, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, The Fraser Cairns Cup Hockey Most Improved Rosstrevor Year 7, Year 8 Best & Fairest Water Polo Year 8, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Best & Fairest Hockey Year 9, Best Swimmer Under 15, Full Colours - Water Polo, Most Valuable Player Water Polo Year 9, Year 10 Best Swimmer Under 16, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical


Education - Semester 1, Full Colours - Water Polo, Half Colours - Hockey, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 11 APS Representative Team Water Polo, Half Colours Water Polo, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Water Polo for three years in a row Being selected as an APS representative, Service Colours - Hockey, Year 12 Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Swimming. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Hockey, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Hockey, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 First VII Water Polo, Year 9 Hockey, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, Second XI Hockey, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Hockey - First XI, Water Polo, Year 12 Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Cook, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Display Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Tuckshop Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 12 Captain of Swimming, Captain of Water Polo. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music.

dillee, gregoire er that you “Always rememb like everyone are unique, just Dillee else.” - Gregoire ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate

French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Swimming, Year 11 Second XV Rugby, Sixth VIII Tennis, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Fourth Badminton Red. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 House Captain - School.

fisher, james “ “生锈的勺子 ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Big Science Competition Distinction, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Courage Cup Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate Geography Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - 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 - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science -

Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Honours Being selected in the State team for Rugby, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Geography 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours Rugby, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First VII Water Polo, First XV Rugby, Summer Sport, Year 12 Rugby, Tennis Extra. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 House Vice Captain - School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Music, Year 8 - Extension Studies, Frankston Camp, Year 9 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 Frankston Camp 2017.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 10 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Rising Star Tennis 10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Most Valuable Player Soccer Third XI, Year 12 Full House Colours, SPORTS: Year 10 Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Second XI Soccer, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Second Tennis, Third Tennis. EXTRA

CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player 7C1 Tennis, Merit Certificate - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Year 11 Service Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Football, Service Colours - Rowing. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10A Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Rowing Third VIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

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Man of the Week 4 Bass, Pen Licence 4 Bass, Year 5 Best Team Player Basketball, Class Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Year 6 Assembly Award Term 3, Best Team Player Soccer, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Coach’s Award Soccer 7B, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8C1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Most Improved Soccer 8B1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Rising Star 10C2 Tennis, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 6 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Water Polo, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer - Undefeated, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth VIII Tennis, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Fifth Tennis, Fourth Tennis, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Fish Monitor - 5 Melville, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Whiteboard Monitor - 5 Melville, Year 6 Library Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

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hua, hank uses cookies to “This sentence experience. By improve reader e u accept the us keep reading yo .” of cookies ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as a Second Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as a Second Language Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, The English as a Second Language Prize, Year 8 Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad Credit, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Computational and Algorithmic Thinking (CAT) competition Distinction, Distinction Certificate

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Chinese (First Language) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese (First Language/ Second Language Advanced) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Programming Semester 1, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Second Badminton, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8C Soccer, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Private Tuition Music.

kosenda, jose ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 10 Coach’s Award 9/10C BL Badminton, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 7 Rosstrevor Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9/10 Blue Badminton, Year 10 10C Soccer, Fifth XI Soccer, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 11 APS Sport - Volleyball, Fourth Badminton Blue, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Fourth Badminton Red. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Leader Wilson House String Orchestra. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Chess, Year 10 - Chapel Server, Year 11 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Ute Full of Food, Year 12 - Senior School Chapel Server.

liang, leo n erence betwee “what’s the diff ve ha e w fish if man and salted no dreams?” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 BGS3 Touch Football, Hockey, Year 9 Year 9 Hockey, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Second XI Hockey, Year 12 Hockey Second XI, Open Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 10 Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - Private Tuition Music.

lovell, teddy ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Assembly Award 5 Melville, Class Award, Year 6 Man of the Week, Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year

10 Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Further Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1, Honours For receiving Full Colours in Music for three consecutive years, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9C Blue Soccer, Summer Sport, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Paper Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Whiteboard Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, House Poetry Competition Finalist School House, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Intermediate Big Band, Music, Private Tuition Music, Rosstrevor Big Band, Rosstrevor Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Bands Showcase, Beatles Remembered, Choral Soiree, Intermediate Big Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School Big Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Solo


Concert 2, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - 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, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Senior Production - Musician - Copacabana, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Choral Scholars, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Saxophone, Senior Big Band, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

mailing, trent of yr 12 was “Hardest part use with long dodging Moreho hair.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 3 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Man of the Week, Weekly Award, Year 5 Class Award, District Representative Athletics, Man of the Week 5 Melville, Pen Licence, Regional Representative Snowsports, Weekly Award, Year 6 Billy Cart Cup Winner, State Representative, Year 7 Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 APS Athletics Encouragement Award - High Jump, Best Team Player Tennis 9B,

Year 10 Half Colours - Snow Sports, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 12 Full Colours - Snow Sports, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate English 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Snow Sports, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Snow Sports, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Snow Sports, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics High Jump, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second VIII Tennis, Snow Sports, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Second Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor 4 Flinders, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Bookend Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Doctor Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - House Poetry Competition Finalist, Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Gembrook Camp, House Poetry Competition Finalist, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble.

markham, max eese with no “Royale with ch cheese.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Best Forward Award

Rugby Under 15, Year 10 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 16, Year 11 Best Team Player Touch Football Second VI, Full Colours - Rugby, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a State level in Rugby 2017, The Connor Dawes ‘Spirit of Rugby’ Award Rugby Open, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 First XV Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby, Touch Football. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Captain of Rugby Under 13, Year 11 Vice Captain Rugby First XV, Year 12 House Vice Captain - School, Vice Captain Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music.

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Soccer 7B, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, The Spirit of Rosstrevor Award, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8B, Year 9 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Most Improved Football 10B, Year 11 Coach’s Award Football Fourth XVIII, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, Full House Colours, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Water Polo, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B1 Soccer, Water Polo, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9

Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 10B Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Second Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 11 - Senior School Chess.

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murphy, tom unds too good “If something so it probably is, to be true then om Brighton or unless you’re fr Murphy Toorak.” - Tom ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player Football 6C, Best Team Player Cricket, Best Team Player Cricket 6B, Class Award, Class Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 8 Coach’s Award Football 8A, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, Year 11 Half Colours Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate Software Development 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Rosstrevor Touch Football, Year 8 8A Football, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Cricket Third XI, Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Art - 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 Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Music, Year 12 Distinction Certificate Art 3/4 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 3/4 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Badminton, Half Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate French 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 First Badminton, Second XV Rugby, Year 12 First Badminton, Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Senior GRAMMARIAN 2018

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Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Senior Production - Musician - Copacabana, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, China Music Tour 2018, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Generations in Jazz, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

speyer, william I started, “it’s not where ” it’s how I finish. ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 1 ENTRY YEAR: 2007 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Effort Card, Weekly Award, Year 4 Effort Card Term 2, Man of the Week, Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Cricket, Best Team Player Volleyball, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Most Valuable Player 5B Cricket, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 Best Team Player Volleyball, Billy Cart Cup Best Built and Design, Class Effort Card, Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Library, The Tassie Hutson Prize, Year 7 Merit Certificate Term 2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Term 3 - Semester 2, The Religious Education Prize, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Most Improved Player Award Football 8B, Year 9 Full Colours - Chess, Most Valuable Player Year 9/10B Badminton - Red, Year 10 Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge 3rd Prize, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Chess, Service Colours - Music, Year 12 Full

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Colours - Chapel Service, Full House Colours, Service Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8 Volleyball, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 10 10B Football, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Lawn Bowls, Third/Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Music Officer, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Notice Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Pond Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Choral Soiree, Interschool Chess, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Chess, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Intermediate Concert Band, Mount Alexander Schools Chess Challenge, Private Tuition Music, Senior School Chess, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Chess, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server.

Football, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Swimming,.OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, Maths Olympics, Yr 6 Musical - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

n Walsh, sebastia h? That’s “Me fail Englis h Wiggum lp Ra unpossible.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Effort Card Term 4, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 5 Class Award, Man of the Week 5 Melville, State Representative Snowsports, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Badminton, Best Team Player Handball, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 11 Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Rising Star Fourth Badminton, Year 12 Half Colours - Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport European Handball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7B Football, Snow Sports, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8B Football, Snow Sports, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9B Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Snow Sports, Third/ Fourth XVIII Football, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Fourth Badminton Red. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor Lunch Order Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 1 Notice Monitor, Classroom Monitor Term 2 Bookends Monitor, Year 7 Form CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Private Tuition Music, Year 3 Strings, Year 4 - Borwick House Choir, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Goldfields Trip, Junior School Music Camp, Whole School Concert, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Yr 6 Musical The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, Year 7 - Music.

wang, gordon not to talk “Hard work is e e th driving forc about, but it is for success.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 11 Most Improved Second Badminton. SPORTS: Year 10 Year 10 Basketball, Year 11 Second Badminton, Third V Basketball, Year 12 Basketball - Third V, Second Badminton.

wright, jack ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player 6 Red Soccer, Class Effort Card Term 4, Man of the Week, Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Year 9 National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Foundation English - Semester 2, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B2 Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 8 Swimming, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Snow Sports, Third/Fourth XVIII

yung, ivan teeth are bigger “The gaps in my .” than my future ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 11 Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Most Valuable Player Soccer Fourth XI. SPORTS: Year 9 9D Red Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Red, Soccer, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Second Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Chess, Year 11 Senior School Chess, Ute Full of Food.

zhang, steven the plum do “The peach and path is born a not speak, yet th h beneat em.” ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English as a Second Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate


Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians Credit, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Music - Semester 1, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Music 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Music Performance 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Honours Being selected to be in the Representative band at the Generations in Jazz Music Festival, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate

French 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French 1/2 Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 12 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Honours For receiving Full Colours in Music for three consecutive years, Merit Certificate Music 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 Exempt from Winter Sport, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Third XI Soccer, Year 12 Open Badminton. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Music, Year 8 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 9 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music�, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Senior Production - Musician - Copacabana, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 11 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, China Music Tour 2018, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, China Music Tour 2018, Generations in Jazz, Percussion Ensemble, Private Tuition Music Percussion, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestr

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STAFF OF 2018

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) S. Dimer, B.Comm (Melb) 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.

The Revd Canon J Joustra, B.A., Cert.Woven Textiles, M.Arts (Fine Arts)

Prof. M. Hook (from 28/8/18)

B.Arch(Hons), MSc (Arch. Design), PhD, AIA, ARBV

M. Reid, B.Eco (Mon) P. Scott, B.Comm., ACA, ACIS Members of Council SubCommittee A.J. Lynch (Risk and Governance) LL.B. (Hons.), BA.

G. Hipwell (Risk and Governance) LL.B,

BA.

Dr P. Mitrevski (Property) BAppSc, MBA F. Tellefson (Property) B.Eng Civil

(Hons), G.Dip.Mgt, M.Eng PM

R. Adams (Property) M.E. Campigli (Finance) B.Bus.

(Accounting), C.A.

P.J. Collins (Finance) B.Comm, FCA

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I.D. Paroissien, (Strategy) B.Com.

Director of Music/Head of Choral (ELC–VCE) J. Furtado B.Ed.(Perth), Cert.ll Mus.Th.

Council Secretary M. Arceri, B. Bus. (Accounting), MBA,

Director of Sport L. Stewart, B.App.Sc.(Human Mvt),

M. Power (Foundation) B.Bus (Dist), Grad.Dip.App Fin

CPA

Postgrad B.Teach (Primary & Secondary)

Headmaster R. P. Featherston, B.A., Dip.Ed., M.Ed.

Director of Rowing R. Bartlett, B.App.Sc., B.Ed.

SECONDARY SCHOOL

Senior Chaplain/Head of Religious Education The Revd. A. Poole, B.Theo., Assoc.

(Melb)

Deputy Headmaster/Head of Secondary School Dr R.I. Horton, B.Sc (Hons)., Grad.Dip.

Dip.App.Sc. (Maths), Dip.Ed.

Ed. (Sec)., PhD.

Head of Armstrong House K. Rose, B.Ed. M.Bioethics, Grad.Dip.

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 11 & 12) D.J. Liddle, B.A., Dip.Ed., B.Ed., Grad.

Head of Crowther House/Head of History (Years 9–12) M.A. Sainsbery, B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed.,

Cert.M.M.E (Melb.) M.A.C.E

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9 & 10) P. Shepard, M.Ed, B.Teach (Primary/

IP.Law

M.A. (Mon.)

Secondary), B.Bus (Sports Mgt)

Head of Dixon House/ Curriculum Leader Elective PE B.M. White, Dip.Ed. (Melb.), B.App.Sc.

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 7 & 8) T. Hopgood, B.Ed., M.Ed.

Head of Hancock House/Head of Year 12 Psychology M. Adem, B.Sc. (Hons), B.Teach (Hons),

Director of Studies D.S. Belluz, B.Sc. Physics, P.Grad.Dip.

(Secondary) (UWS) (Term 1–2)

Acting Director of Teaching & Learning (Term 3-4) C.A. Marshall, P. Grad. Cert.Ed, B.Sc.

(Hons.)

Director of Activities & Operations (Years 7–12) C. Taylor, B.App.Sc. (I.T.), Dip.Ed. (Sec) Head of Mindfulness (ELC–VCE) K. Rogers, Dip.Ed. (Primary), B.A.

(Psych), B.Ed. (Counselling), MA (Clinical Psych)

(Human Movement), (VU)

M.Psych (Bus)

Head of Rofe House G.M. Harris, B.Sc., Dip.Ed. (Mon.) Head of School House/Head of VCE Physics A. Keane, P.Grad.Cert.Ed. (Secondary Mathematics), B.Eng.

Head of House (Years 7 & 8)/Coordinator of Student Wellbeing P.B. Furey, M.Psych., B.Ed. (Melb.),

B.App.Sc. (RMIT), Grad.Dip. Adol. & Ch.Psych. (Melb.), M.A.P.S.

Head of House (Years 7 & 8) / Head of Sport & Activities/ Young Old Boys Program Coordinator T. P. Marshall, B.Ed, B.A (Hist), MSportMgt, M.A.C.E

Head of House (Years 7 & 8) S.A. Davies, B.Ed (Terms 1–2, 4)

Head of VCE Programs/Head of Year 11 Psychology A. Atchison, B.App.Sc. (Human Mvt)-

Psychology/Sport, Dip.Ed. (Secondary) PE/ Psychology

Daily Organiser S.J. Kessler, B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Bus. (HRD (Deakin), Grad.Dip.Ed., Dip.Bus. (PA)

Careers Counsellor Dr S. Keele, B.A.(Melb), Postgrad Dip. Psych.(Melb)., D.Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist

Head of Learning Strategies B. Swann, B.A. (Psych Hons) N.D. Dip.Ac.,

Grad.Dip. Teach & Learn

International Student Liaison Officer M.M. Lynch, OAM, T.I.T.C., Dip. TESOL Head of Psychological Services/School Psychologist O.A. Tims, BB.Sc., Grad.Dip.Ed.Psych. (Mon.), M.A.P.S., Registered Psychologist School Psychologists N. Tham, M. Psych. (Clinical), B. Beh. Sc.

(Hons Pysch), Registered Psychologist

D. Wolff, B.A., Psych.Soc.Sc. (Hons),

M.Psych., M.Human Nutrition, Registered Psychologist

Head of Humanities Faculty L. M. Carroll, Dip.Ed. (Sec), Monash, B.Comm (Accounting), ICA

Head of Legal Studies/ Commerce/Accounting N. Kostraby, B.A. (Eco), Grad.Dip.Sec Ed.

Head of Economics/ Financial Literacy/Business Management S. Bryant, Assoc.DegL, B.Bus., Grad.

Dip.Ed

Head of Geography K.L. Counihan , B.A., Dip.Ed. (Melb) Head of Creative & Performing Arts Faculty/ Head of Woodwork Design & Technology M.W. Green, Dip.T.T. (S.C.V. Hawth.)


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. Kent, B.Arts., Dip.Ed (Secondary) Head of English Faculty/Head of VCE English and Literature K. Molloy M.Ed. (Melb), Grad.Dip.Ed,

Head of Latin G. K. Csaszar, B.Sc. (Melb), Grad.Dip.A. (Melb), Grad.Dip.Teach

Head of English as a Second Language J. Ellis, B.A., Dip.Ed. (Mon.)

Music)

Head of Outdoor Education D. Gemmell, B.A. (Outdoor Ed. & Admin/

H. Hardy, B.Mus. (Hons), Grad.Dip.Arts C. Harvoe, B.Mus. (Classical Perf),

Christian Ministry), M.Sc. (Outdoor Ed.), Dip. Outdoor Rec.

Head of ICT, Years 7–12 A. Janson, B.Sc., Dip.Ed., M.Ed. (Info. &

B.Laws, B.A.

Comm. Tech)

Head of English (Years 9–10) H. Bunting, B.A., Dip.Ed. (Secondary)

Head of Student Leadership, Years 7–12 C.G. Machar, B.Teach (Primary/Sec),

Head of Library P.E. Roberts, B.A., B.Lit. (Hons.), Grad. Dip.Ed. (Melb.), MLIS

Teacher Librarians P. Fletcher, M.Ed., PGCE L. Tabone, B.A.Dip.Ed. (Secondary),

Grad.Cert. (TESOL), M.Ed. (TL)

Head of Mathematics & ICT Faculty B. Humberstone, B.Sc (Hons)., Grad.

Dip.Ed

Head of VCE Mathematics M. McLellan, B.Sc. (Mathematics),

B.Ed. (Secondary) (Deakin), B.Sc./Eng. (Mon.)

Head of VCE English & Literature L. Piva, B.Ed. Head of Mathematics (Years 9 & 10) S. McLellan, B.Sc., B.Ed. (Sec) Head of PE, Health, Wellbeing & RE Faculty P.E. Whitehead, B.A. (Hons.), PGCE (Cardiff)

Head of Science Faculty/Head of VCE Chemistry P.L. Sanders, M.Teach (Secondary) (Melb.), B.Sc. (Melb.)

Head of Languages Faculty/ Head of French K. Costé, B.A. (Hons. Applied Modern Languages) (Thames Valley University), PGCE Modern Languages, Cert.Ed. (Goldsmiths University London)

S. Baldwin, B.Mus. (Hons) H. Brown, B.Mus. (Hons) M. Garrod, B.Mus. (Hons), Dip.Ed (Sec.

B.Arts

Head of House (Years 7 & 8) terms 1, 2 & 3 / Head of Mathematics (Years 7 & 8) terms 1 & 2 N. Clark, B.Ex.Sc., Dip.Ed. (Sec.) (Terms 1–2)

Head of House (Years 7 & 8) terms 3 & 4 / Head of Mathematics (Years 7 & 8) terms 3 & 4 K.V. White, M.Teach (Melb), Dip.

Ed(Secondary) (Melb), B.Bus&Psych. (Terms 3–4)

Head of Humanities (Years 7 & 8) R. Hanley, B.A. (Hist., Ancient Hist.), Grad.Dip.Ed.

Head of Creative Art, Design & Technology (Years 7 & 8) J. Watson, BA, Dip.Teach. (Secondary)

(University of Auckland)

Head of Science (Years 8–10)/ Head of VCE Biology C. Jansen, B.Teach., B.Sc. Head of Science (Year 7) K. May, B Sc., Grad.Dip. (Ed). Head of LOTE (Years 7 & 8) L. Chen, Post Grad. Dip.Ed. (Secondary) Music Staff K. Abell, B.A. (Mus. Ind.), Grad.Cert. Vis. & Perf. Arts, Grad.Dip.Ed. (Sec), Postgrad Dip.Ed. (MusEd), MACE

F. Walker, B.A./B.Mus. (Hons Perf), M.Teach

R. D’Cruz., B.Ed.Mus., M. Music (Perf-

Clarinet).

M.Mus. (Classical Perf)

C. Heald, B.Mus., M.Mus. N. Juriansz, B.Mus. (Violin), Dip.Lang

R. Hayward, B.Arts., M.Teach. (Sec).

(Term 3 & 4)

J. Hollingsworth, B.Sc., B.Ed. A. Ladas, B.Eng. (Civil) (Hons), Grad.

Dip.Ed.

D. M. Lancashire, B.A. Dip.Ed., Grad. Dip.Curric. B Lentini, B.Design (Vis. Comm) Hons,

Dip.Ed (Visual Arts).

S. Lewis, B.Visual Arts, B.Teach. K. Lewis, B.Arts., Dip. Lib Arts., Grad.Dip.

(Melb)

(Sec)., M.Teach (Sec). (Term 1 & 2).

S. Lewendon-Lowe I. Manins, B.Mus. (Hons), B.Mus., M.Mus.

G. Li, Grad.Dip.Ed., M. School Leadership. N. Lloyd, B.Eco. H. Maslin, B.Arts., B.Ed. (Term 1, 2 & 3). C.J. McIntosh, B.Ed., Grad.Dip.Ed.,

Perf.

S. McIver E. Newham, B.Mus. T. Oskolkov, Dip.Ed., B.Mus. (Perf.)

TPTC, TSTC.

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 &

J. Moore, B.App.Sc. T. Morehouse, B.Human Sc., M.Teach.

Violin)

Dance,

N. Sartori, B.Mus., Grad.Dip. L. Schulze, B.A.(Mus.) (Hons.), Dip.Ed., B.Mus.Perf.

R. Shaw, B.Mus. (Hons)., Grad Cert (Mus.)

N. Tsiavos, Double Bass/Bass Guitar J. Todorov, B.Mus.

W. Van der Vis, B.Mus. (Conducting), Dip. Sec.Teach., B.Sc. (Hons)

N. Xu, M.Mus.Perf., Grad.Dip.Music, B.Comm/B.A. (Melb)

A. Mewett, B.A. (Ed). S. Miles, B.A. (A.N.U.), Dip.Ed. (Canb.), Dip.Ed.Psych. (Mon.)

(Secondary).

S. Nagayama, B.A. (Eng. Lit.), Dip.

Teach. (Second Lang.), Grad.Dip.Ed. (Lang. Teach.).

D. Nassiokas, B.Bus., M.Teach (Sec). (Term 1 & 2).

D.P. Nixon, B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed. J. Parsons, B.Biomed., M.Teach. (Sec). (Term 3 & 4).

P. Pidduck, Dip.Ed., B.A. (Hons) Eng. & Rel. Lit.

Y. Radas, Dip.Multimedia., Grad.Dip.

Ed. (Sec).

Z. Schaffner, B.Sc., M.Teach. (Sec).

ACADEMIC STAFF A. Austin, B.Sc., M.Ed. (Mon.), Dip.Ed.

(Term 3 & 4).

E. Andrews, B.Arts (Hon)., Grad Cert

M. Steed, B.Sc., M.Teach (Sec). J.Taillandier, B.A. (French & Italian)

(S.C.V. Rusden). (Term 1) TESOL

R. Barnett, B.A., Grad.Dip.Ed. A.L.S. Beguin, Grad.Dip. (Secondary)

(Mon.)

D. C. Cook, B.Ed. R. Dempsey, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Melb) B. Duckham, H.D.E. Secondary (Edgewood College)

K. Dunsby, B.Soc.Sc. (Psych), Dip.Ed.

(Secondary))

R.B. Shaw, B.App.Sc. (Physical

Education), MBA (Sports Management).

(Melb), Grad.Dip.Ed. (French & TESOL).

B. Todd, B.Music., M.Music., Grad.Dip. Ed. (MY).

N. Weymouth, B.Fine Arts (Hons.),

M.Ed.

A. Wigg, B.Ed. A. Wilkes, B.Chem.Eng., MBA (Dist), M.Teach.

A. Williams, B.Sc., Dip.Ed., M.Ed. (Terms

Head of Chinese H.N. Ting, B.A. (Hons.) (Chinese), (U.

I. Mouskovias, Assoc. Dip. Perform.

O. Dutton, B.Comm., M.Teach. (Sec).

W. Yan, B.Advert., M.Bus., M.Acctg., Grad.

J. Schweitzer, B.Mus. (Perf.) M. Guerrini, Dip Contemp Music, M

B. Elliott, B.Sc., Grad.Dip.Ed., M.Teach.

1–2).

J. Gerstman, B.Ed. G. Hartman-Smith, B.App.Sc., Grad.

Dip.Ed.

Adelaide), B. Sc. Dip.Ed. (Term 3)

Head of Japanese H. Hunt, B.S.Soc. (S.C.U), Dip.Ed. (Melb)

(Distinct), Lic.Dip.Acc., Assoc.Teach.Dip

Classical Saxophone, M Jazz

A.D.B. Kerr, B.Mus., Dip.Ed. (Melb.) Visiting Music Staff T. Ashley, Dip.Arts/Music (VCA), Grad. Dip. Drama in Ed. (Melb.)

(Term 4)

(Sec). (Term 4)

Dip.Ed. (Sec)

A. Hayes, B.Arts., Dip.Ed., B.Spec.Ed., Grad.Dip. (Jap)., M.Ed., Dip.Screen Prod., Grad.Cert TESOL

1, 2–3).

J. Vicentic, B.Sc., Grad.Dip.Ed. (Terms W. Yan, B.Advert., M.Bus., M.Acctg., Grad. Z. Zekirija, B.Sp.Sc., M.Teach. (Sec). (Term 3–4)

V. Zhang, B.Arts., M.Interp., Grad.Dip.Ed. (Sec). (Terms 2–3)

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STAFF OF 2018 CROWTHER CENTRE Deputy Headmaster/ Head of the Crowther Centre (ELC–VCE) Dr R.F. Swann, BA, Dip.Ed, MEd (Melb), PhD (Medical Education)

Director of Staff Development (ELC–VCE) M. Dowley, B.Ed. (Phys. Ed.), M.Ed. Policy Intl, PostGrad.

Cert.Ed. Research

Literacy Coach (Prep–Year 8) R.E. Plozza, B.Ed. (Primary) Associate Researcher Dr S. Keele, B.A.(Melb), Postgrad Dip.Psych.(Melb)., D.Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist

Crowther Centre Manager K. Casey, B.Comm (Dist), B.Laws (Hons), Researcher Researcher S. Van Dam, B.App.Sc. (Hons)., D, Phil.

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 C. Box, B.Bus., ACA, Grad.Dip.Ed. L. Chen, PostGrad.Dip.Ed. (Secondary) R. Dyer V. Fisher, B.Ed. (Primary) (Hons) (Melb) A. J. Foulds, B.Ed., Dip.Ed W.A. Gibney, Dip.Teach. Grad.O.Ed. (Mon) Y. Graham, B.Arts., M.Teach. (Terms 1–2) L. Hall, Grad.Dip.Ed (Primary), B.A., Dip.Ed. (Secondary) (Mon.)

PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT STAFF Chief Operating Officer M. Arceri, B.Bus. (Accounting), MBA, CPA Director of Human Resources M. Martin, B.Soc.Sc., M.Org.Psych. 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 Engineer

Property and Compliance Manager K. L. Price, B.Eng. (Hons.), B.A., M.B.M. (Mon.) (Terms

1–2)

Business Manager A Biggin, B.Bus. Info.Sys.

S.J. Kuring, B.Teach (Primary), B.App.Sc. (Hum.Mvt.)

Manager Finance and Administration N. Baker, B.Comm., CA Alumni & Community Relations Manager K. Birrell, B.Comm (Marketing, Intl Business, HR)

Director of Teaching & Learning (Junior School) J.C. Davies B.Ed. (Primary)

S.R. Lewis, Dip.T., Grad.Dip.Sports Sc. J.N. Lowe, M.Sp.Ed. A. Main, B.Ed. S. Marian, B.Ed. C.A. Marks, B.Ed. (V.C.) J.T. Medlyn, Dip.T. (Ballarat), B.Ed. (Mon) 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.

Director of Early Learning Centre A.J. Barrow, M.Ed. (Melb.), B.Ecs., Post Grad.Dip.

P. Strain, M. Teach (ACU) J. Taylor, Grad.Dip.Ed (Primary), M.Edu.Psych., Grad.Dip.

Assistant Director of Early Learning Centre K.F. Pitt, Dip.Ed., B.Ed. Early Childhood Ed.

S.J. Thompson, B.Sc.(Phys.Ed.), (Mid. Tenn. State),

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 Revd C.S. Lord, B.A., Dip. Theo. HDE

Special 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) e-Learning Coordinator P.F. Anthony, B.Ed.(Mon.), Dip.T. (Ch .I.T. Frankston), Learning Support Coordinator D.A.W. Eggleston, B.Ed. (Primary) (Melb.) Head of Junior School Music H. Blakiston, B.Mus./B.Teach. (Melb) Sports Coordinator (Junior School) B. Ryan, B.Ed. (Primary) Student Wellbeing Coordinator M. V. Le Couteur, Dip.Teach., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Student

Wellbeing)

406

(Melb.)

IV TESOL

Psych, B.A.App.Sc. (Psych)

T.P.A.A.

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.)

EARLY LEARNING CENTRE STAFF C. Clarke, B.Ed. (Hons.), Early Childhood Ed., MA (Education)

M.A. Coyne K. Davy, Dip.Early.Ch.Ed., B.Ed. (Term 3 & 4) E. Dendrinos, Dip.Child.Serv. S. Ellich, Cert.III Childrens’ Services M. Gibbs, B.Ed. (Early Childhood Teaching) F. A. Jones, Dip.Teach (Early Childhood) (Melb) J.A. Kenny, B.E.C.S. (Melb)

B. Li, B. Ed. Teach., M.Teach. (Term 1 & 2)

M. Manaras, Dip.Children.Services K. McCormick, B.Teach & Learn

Marketing & Communications Manager N. Dodanwela, Grad.Dip. Edit. & Publish., B.A./B.Urban Design

School Marshal J. Bain Staff D. Ariantono, Maintenance Officer (Junior School) T. Athipar, B.Eng.(Electrical & Electronic) (Hons), Head

of Management Information Systems

J. Bennell, Indigenous Mentor L. Bullock, PA to Deputy Headmaster/Head of Junior

School/Director of Admissions (Terms 1 & 2), Junior School Administration Coordinator (Terms 3 & 4)

M. Coulton, Maintenance Officer R. Czekajlo, Maintenance Officer M. Darkin, PA to Director of Advancement/Development Office Administrator

R. Darling, B.Arts (Hons)., Admissions Coordinator P. Deshmukh, .Net/SQL Developer R. Dixit, B.Comp.Sc., M.Comp App., .Net/SQL Developer R. Donnan, Adv.Dip.Design, Senior Graphic Designer J. Ellwood, Administration Assistant M. Fisher, Executive Assistant to Headmaster (Terms

1–2); Operations Manager (Term 3–4)

S. Forsyth, M.Bus (Indust.Rel./ HR Mgt), Human Resources Manager

T. Funston, Operations Manager/PA (Terms 1–2) H. Galloway, Advancement Manager R. Ghanem, B.Acctg (Hons), B.Bus.(HR Mgt) (Dist), Human Resources Coordinator

K. Gronn, B.Info Sys., Librarian M. Hall, Compliance Coordinator J. Hall, Accounts Officer G. Hayes, Secondary School Receptionist C. Henderson, Dip. Nursing Studies (Div 1), School Nurse (Term 3)

GRAMMARIAN 2018


A R O I L E M R U M A U SEQ P E E K S U LET G N I U S ON PUR S G N I H T BETTER S. Henderson, Dip.Occ.H&S, RN, Div.2, Student Health Officer J. Hilditch, Dip.Outdoor Rec., Outdoor Education Program Coordinator K. Hill. B.Sc (Speech)., Grad. Dip. (Audio), Administrative Assistant F.M.P. Kerr, Payroll & Financial Accounts Coordinator S. Larkworthy, AFL Trainee A. Le, Digital Marketing & Social Media Coordinator A. Lee, PhD.(Chem. Eng.), Laboratory Technician. L. Li, Accounts Officer (Term 1) D. M. Lord, Admissions Assistant – International

Students/Junior School Receptionist (Terms 1–2)

L. McGeachin, PA to the Deputy Headmaster/Head of

Secondary School

D. W. McKelvie, Maintenance Manager. A.S. Mitchell, High Performance Rowing Coach. J. Mo, B.Arts., Dip.Bus., M.Prof.Acc., Accounts Officer

(Term 2)

M. Morton, Administrative Assistant L. Murphy, B.A.(Lib/Cor.Info.Mgt), Dip. Lib/Info Servs.,

Librarian

J.P. Nurton, M.Sc., Laboratory Manager C. O’Hara, B. Sci (Nurs). Student Medical Officer N. O’Malley, B.A., Grad.Dip.Outdoor Ed., Assistant Head of Outdoor Education

E. Parry, B.Arts. Accounts Officer J. Parsons, Administrative Assistant E. Paterson, MAppSc. (Lib. Info Mgt), Librarian R.L. Pemberton, B.Ed., Dip.Teach.,Grad.Dip.Ed.,

T.L. Smith, OSTJ, Dip.OH&S, First Aid Officer/ Coordinator of St John Ambulance (Terms 1–2) A.N. Thorn, Maintenance Officer / Halls Supervisor P.D. Toms, B.A., B.Ed., Cert.Ed. (ATTI), Bequests Officer C. H. Tze, B.Bio.Med.Sc. (Hons.), Laboratory Technician Bishop L Urwin, Senior Chaplain (Terms 2 & 3 only) S. Van Langenberg, Administration Assistant J. Wang, Accounts Officer S. Wagner, Dip.Child Serv, M Acctg, PY ICA, B.Bus,

Community Education Manager (Terms 1–3)

Archives Assistant

A. Waldron, B.Law & Bus. (HR Mgt), Adv.Dip.Bus., Personal Assistant, Crowther Team

J. Petley, Library Assistant (Junior School) E. Saccutelli, Grad.Dip.Bus, Executive Assistant to the

A. Watson, B.Ed. (Sec), Music School Administrator C. West, B. Out. Ed., Outdoor Education Program

S. Sher, Receptionist C. Smith, B.Sc (Hons), Systems Analyst Music

G. Williams, Junior School Receptionist N. Wildschut, Integration Aide

Headmaster

Department

Coordinator

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STAFF OF 2018

S L L E W E R STAFF FA ber 2018

As at 1 Decem

Anna Austin Maths Teacher 2001–2018

Graeme Harris Teacher 2007–2018

Dani Lord Administration Assistant 2007–2018

Emily Beaton JS Teacher 2013–2018

Charlie Henderson School Nurse 2018–2018

Sarah Marian JS Teacher 2012–2018

Dan Belluz Director of Teaching & Learning 2009–2018

Hiroko Hunt Head of Japanese 1995–2018

Tim Medlyn Teacher 2004–2018

Adrian Janson Teacher 2017–2018

Steve Miles Teacher 1981–2018

Natalka Kostraby Teacher 2017–2018

Jessica Mo Accounts Officer 2018–2018

Sam Larkworthy AFL Trainee 2018–2018

Katrina Price Property & Compliance Manager 2011–2018

Jane Carolan School Archivist 2015–2018 Louise Carroll Head of Faculty 2015–2018 Bec Cavalot Communications Manager 2016–2018 Kirsten Dunsby Teacher 2013–2018 Tahli Funston Operations Manager 2015–2018 Kathryn Gronn Librarian 2018–2018

408

GRAMMARIAN 2018

Derrith Lancashire Teacher 2008–2018 Bianca Lentini Teacher 2017–2018 Bing Li ELC Before/After Care 2IC 2018–2018 Li Li Accounts Officer 2016–2018

Penny Roberts Head of Library/Teacher 2005–2018 Kay Rogers Head of Mindfulness, ELC–Year 12 2014–2018 Ben Ryan JS Teacher 2014–2018

Rob Shaw Teacher/Director of Football 2009–2018 Tony Smith First Aid Officer 2007–2018 Rebecca Thornton ELC Teacher 2009–2018 Christopher Tze Laboratory Technician 2009–2018 Jana Vicentic Science Teacher 2018–2018 Sonia Wagner Community Education Manager 2011–2018 Anna Watson Music Secretary 2015–2018 Narelle Wildschut Integration Aide 2015–2018 Annette Williams Teacher 2018–2018


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