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BGS G RA MMARIAN 2019


UNLOCK THE DANCE LEADERS’ PERSPECTIVES PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES B2M HOUSE REPORTS SPORT YEAR BY YEAR BGS CREATIVITY OFFICIAL PHOTOS


BGS GRAMMARIAN 2019

EDITOR IN CHIEF

Emily Beaton CONTRIBUTORS

Michele Fisher BGS Staff ART DIRECTION & GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ross Donnan, Hayley Kringas ILLUSTRATION

João Neves PRINTING

Finsbury Green CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHY

Dr Andrew Lee Photography SchoolPix Photography BGS Boys and Staff

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO COUNTRY

We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land. The Aboriginal people who first inhabited this land known as the Boonwurung people of the Kulin Nations. As we look forward we also look back to honour and acknowledge the Aboriginal Elders past who have paved the way of thriving in this land through a complex system of society, government and gathering. We also honour and acknowledge Elders present who have walked through hard times with strength and who continue to seek and deliver the wisdom of the ages. And we honour and acknowledge the Elders that are to come, who, through right relationships can help us play a part in reconciliation of all people to the Earth, God and each other.

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UNLOCK THE DANCE 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 2019 Year 12 students chose the theme Unlock the Dance as the legacy to leave for the School. Our Captains explain what this means to them. Unlock the Dance − a concept that can be interpreted, viewed and judged very differently among everyone within the Tonners family. This is why it is so powerful.

I view Unlock the Dance as an opportunity, a chance, an experience, in order to achieve and strive for your potential and better improve yourself as an individual, but also as a cohesive group in the community of Brighton Grammar. However, the Legacy Project for 2019 means so much more than simply this. For me, it represents making the moments matter throughout your schooling journey, embracing new opportunities, trying new things and learning and growing as an individual. Thinking about the significance of this catchy phrase really resonates with me as I reminisce on my time at BGS, as the class of 2019, and as my time at the School is quickly coming to an end. This phrase has become a goal for me, along with my academics and my sport, as an opportunity to have no regrets, and by doing this aim to leave the School in a better place than it was prior. Noah McGrath Captain of School

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APRIL MARCH

FEBRUARY

The first combined Brighton Grammar and Firbank Grammar Careers Expo. A great chance for parents and students alike to be part of valuable conversations about their futures with over 90 tertiary education and industry representatives.

Secondary School boys and special guests honour all the men and women who have served and died for our country. In a moving Anzac Day Service, 118 crosses were laid at the altar in remembrance of the 118 Old Boys who have died in service.

Year 9 students complete the Great South West Journey over 12 days, challenging the boys to perform as a team, while offering unique leadership opportunities.

JANUARY The Year 12 cohort return from the Big Fella camp with their theme for the year, Unlock the Dance.

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GLIMPSES OF 2019

MAY Science Week is about celebrating and acknowledging the presence of Science and Technology in our everyday lives. The theme of Destination Moon: More Missions, More Science and the celebration of the 150th year since the development of the Periodic Table, providing a chance for boys to reflect on the great achievements in scientific research.

JUNE A select group of Year 6 boys and staff travel to Milikapiti on Melville Island and Pormparaaw on the west coast of Cape York as we celebrate the 10th year of our Indigenous Exchange program in the Junior School.


OCTOBER This year marks our 1,000th iDesign project since its inception in 2011. The competition delivers a great depth of thinking and innovative ideas with over 160 projects presented and displayed in the Urwin Centre.

JULY Term 3 commenced with a smoking ceremony performed by Steve Parker, a traditional owner of the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation. All staff and students walk around the fire and let the smoke cleanse their spirit for NAIDOC week.

SEPTEMBER AUGUST The pride, passion, spirit and sense of community resonates through the St Andrew’s Church for the inaugural whole school’s Choral concert with the Borwick House Choir performing under the direction of BGS Old Boy, Sean O’Boyle AM.

The crowd is kept entertained with the outstanding performances from combined Brighton Grammar and Firbank Grammar’s Year 6 production Singin’ in the Rain Jr.

NOVEMBER Year 10 boys and parents complete the First Horizon program: bringing out the best in the boys and addressing the physical, emotional and psychological changes happening in the boys’ lives, as they transition to becoming young men.

DECEMBER 2019 closes as our youngest boys finish their first year at BGS. They will be the graduating class of 2034.

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The Headmaster

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Head of Junior School

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Head of Crowther

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Chief Operating Officer

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The School Captain

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Junior School Captain

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THE HEADMASTER THIS YEAR, THERE HAS BEEN A CONSISTENT FOCUS ON ACADEMICS, BALANCED WITH GOOD WELLBEING PRACTICES AND A CULTURE BASED ON ENGAGEMENT AND BELONGING. Our core mission remains to provide boys with a framework for their education and development that prepares them for their futures. Our 2018 VCE results were excellent, with 35% of the Year 12 cohort achieving an ATAR score of 90 or above. One of the most pleasing aspects of our strong 2019 NAPLAN results was impressive gains in Numeracy across all year levels. These results are another indicator that we are on the right track with our emphasis on academics and high performance. The Crowther Centre, in particular, has been a key driver to our improved student outcomes over recent years, as it continues to develop and promote teaching. The Effective Learner model has had a significant impact on the academic component of our boys’ progress and the involvement of staff and parents in coaching programs and workshops has ensured these outcomes. BGS continues to develop and implement programs that encourage your sons to embrace their masculinity in a positive way. Boys should be inspired through the achievements of successful men and, through programs we have developed around that theme, we aim to support your sons as they transition from boys to men. The Crowther has delivered a suite of wellbeing (including mindfulness) programs for all members of our community – students, parents and staff. The School has also joined with The University of Melbourne in the development of the Bio-Dash program which assists our boys to develop stress management strategies – and we believe we are breaking new ground in this area in Australia. The First Horizon program and the student led Unlock the Dance theme, developed this year, have also helped our boys seek out and recognise their full potential.

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Brighton Grammar enjoys a close relationship with the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) and remains committed to creating a learning environment that recognises and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their culture. Since 2017, a number of indigenous boys from remote communities have attended our School and lived with local host families and we welcome our next group of MITS boys from the Tiwi Islands next year. Work is being completed on the School’s reconciliation action plan. We have continued to deliver against our Masterplan. This constitutes a building and infrastructure blueprint for BGS. In just the last 12 months, we have completed the construction of the Annandale Centre and have undertaken a substantial refurbishment of the classrooms in the Junior School. The swimming pool is now in the process of being enclosed and we are rebuilding the GB Robertson Hall. All of these projects enhance the delivery of our programs to the boys. BGS strives to equip your sons with 21st century skills and we continue to seek out and provide enhanced


opportunities to our boys to take part in programs that promote creativity, design thinking and entrepreneurship. These programs include the highly successful iDesign and F1 in Schools, as well as the human-centred design thinking program known as weDesign, developed in partnership with the Wade Institute of Entrepreneurship. We are now excited to be planning for a significant investment in world class infrastructure at the St Andrew’s end of the Secondary School. This investment will further enhance our ability to deliver in the areas of science, creativity, design thinking and entrepreneurship. This initiative symbolises a significant step towards cutting edge creative education and will stand proudly on St Andrew’s Street in one of Brighton’s most prominent locations.

One of the strengths is our teachers and the quality of teaching, and our commitment to providing professional staff development for all our staff. My thanks to all staff for their ongoing work in helping the boys achieve their potential. Finally, I wish all in the class of 2019 well as they embark on their enterprises, but knowing they will always remain a Tonner.

Ross Featherston Headmaster

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HEAD OF SECONDARY SCHOOL FROM ACADEMIC TO CO-CURRICULAR SUCCESSES, THERE HAS BEEN MUCH TO CELEBRATE AS A COMMUNITY OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL Under the leadership of Captain Noah McGrath, Vice Captain Martin Kulesza and their fellow Prefects, the emphasis was both on continuing to unify as a Secondary School and also on groups and individuals unlocking their dance, or finding that sweet spot, their true potential, through commitment and work towards their goals. The year started with the news that the 2018 graduates attained excellent academic results and we presented our top scholars at an awards assembly, where their efforts were recognised. Academics continued to be at the fore as we provided increased study opportunities for the boys through the introduction of a Long Day Study Program for students from Year 9 upwards, building on the success of the existing Year 12 program. Students took advantage of the many cocurricular opportunities on offer through Sport, Music, Drama, Community Service and the vast array of clubs available. Our Outdoor Education program has witnessed a change, with the team now offering journeys to students that sit alongside the academic curriculum and provide a different approach to learning. We have developed a more meaningful service model for the boys, who have been challenged to provide more ‘hands on’, practical service to the community, including supporting Connor’s

Run, providing food to the homeless in our Ute Full of Food program and making sandwiches for children who may not have lunch at school. The dedication of the pastoral team, including Heads of House and House Tutors, has created a supportive and caring environment where each boy is able to thrive. House spirit has continued to grow through the leadership of the House Captains. Inter-House competition, which includes events from Chess to House Portrait to Swimming and Debating, was more closely contested than ever, with just 16 points between the top three Houses. Rofe led for much of the year but Hancock finished strongly to take a much deserved second victory in a row. Following the success of last year, the academic year was formally brought to a close with the Secondary School Speech Night. The year that was 2019 and the boys’ academic achievements from Years 7–11 were celebrated, with 142 boys receiving awards on the night. The evening also featured a number of speakers including Hall of Famer Mr Peter Wilson AM (OB 1968), 2018 School Captain Brad Marais, and musical items which included a performance of Pirates of the Caribbean from Meliora Concert Band. It has been my pleasure to work with such accomplished staff and supportive parents who have inspired and supported the boys this year. I would like to congratulate the boys on their dedication and commitment in 2019, and their resulting achievements.

Dr Rachel Horton Deputy Headmaster, Head of Secondary School

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HEAD OF JUNIOR SCHOOL THE STORY OF THE JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR 2019 IS ONE FULL OF ACHIEVEMENT, ENGAGEMENT, FRIENDSHIPS AND COMMUNITY. The boys began the year dressed in their new academic uniform and were welcomed at a refreshed reception area, refurbished classrooms for the Years 3 and 4 students and a new drama space for all Junior School students. In Term 2, work began on the redevelopment of the GB Robertson Hall, which will house a new music classroom, ensemble and instrumental spaces and ‘Undefeated’, an adventure learning space, where the boys will challenge themselves to improve and achieve their personal best. We are now over two years into an ambitious three year building program for the Junior School, and it has been wonderful to see these purpose-built spaces come to life. They reflect our modern teaching practices and benefit the boys to experience all facets of learning. The boys’ resilience, good humour and discipline as they navigate their way around the building works is a credit to them and is to be commended. I also thank all members of the BGS community for their understanding and generosity during the phase of infrastructural development, which has in part been funded by the invaluable fundraising of the JPG. The enthusiastic support and engagement of the JPG creates a positive culture, a strong community spirit and, thereby, a good learning environment for the boys.

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From Term 2 on, through the Leading and Learning program, Year 11 student coaches worked with the Year 6 boys, helping them to set personal goals. The Year 11 students took the opportunity to help shape a future Tonner very seriously. Next year, they will be our Year 12 leaders who will have an invaluable spirit of connectedness with these 2020 Year 7 boys. The strength of student voice remained strong, with the probationary Prefects for 2020 speaking to the Year 5 boys about standards, expectations and the BGS way. A true spirit of sportsmanship has emerged this year; rather than the notion of ‘win at all costs’ there has been a shift in perception and boys are now able to recognise each other’s achievements and truly celebrate excellence. In 2019, our students continued to engage enthusiastically in a range of activities from the sporting to the academic to the artistic. Through programs both inside and outside the classroom, we focused on developing independent, resilient and lifelong learners. Our Outdoor Education program is an ideal complement to classroom learning, as journeys are structured to ensure that students learn valuable ‘life skills’ such as teamwork and a sense of commitment. Thank you to all members of the Junior School community for your involvement to ensure the success of 2019.

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HEAD OF CROWTHER KNOWING AND BEING The Crowther Centre continues to grow and support our learning community of boys, parents and staff. This year, our emphasis on the Effective Learner model was ‘learning architecture’. Using the world class Understanding by Design framework, and under the leadership of Director of Curriculum and Assessment (ELC-VCE) Patrick Sanders, teachers have been aligning the curriculum around asking three primary questions: • What learning do we wish to see? • What would be the acceptable evidence that this child has learned it? • What instruction needs to occur? To monitor this, we have continued to improve the use and application of our learning analytics. The School Improvement Tool (SIT), a customised data tool designed to drive school improvement based on the views of parents, boys and staff, was launched this year and Joanne Davies, Director of Teaching and Learning (Junior School) and her team have made learning analytics a focus. The BGS instructional coaching program for our teachers is now recognised as a leading program in Australia and I was invited, together with Director of Staff Development, Mark Dowley, to present on the program at the National Coaching in Education Conference held in Sydney. We also strengthened our relationships more broadly hosting, for the third time, the global conference researchED, which attracted teachers from around

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Australia and internationally as well as David de Carvalho, the CEO of ACARA (the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority). More locally, we engaged with parents in the workshop program as well as reached out to the wider community through our podcast series, Understanding Boys (ranked in the Top 5 for Parent Podcasts in Australia this year). Both the BioDash project (through the Centre of Positive Psychology and University of Melbourne) and the +M Positive Masculinity project (in conjunction with Orygen, the National


Centre for Excellence in Youth Mental Health) have successfully grown. Bio Dash has now been rolled out for all Year 9 boys, providing them with real time, personalised feedback and wellbeing strategies. Work from the +M project was published in peerreviewed journals as was our Careers Counsellor Dr Sophie Keele’s paper on best practice in careers guidance.

Nutrition

Routine

For optimal learning and wellbeing

What are the experts saying?

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Student Engagement

Why sleep?

Why does it matter? Crowther Centre

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in boys and young men Crowther Centre

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Screen time Is it all bad? Crowther Centre

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Our work in cultural development saw James Hilditch take on a new role to commence work on our reconciliation action plan, working closely with Indigenous mentor Nathan Lovett-Murray. James headed up the new First Horizon program for Year 10 boys, a capstone in the B2M experience. The Outdoor Education team continued to deliver age appropriate, challenging programs to develop the resilience and character of the boys. Above all, we feel that we have left ‘no stone unturned’ in our quest to provide the best, holistic education that we can for the boys.

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CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER BUILDING PROJECTS In Term 1, Year 3−4 boys walked into new classrooms and a purpose built drama studio for all Junior School students, as refurbishment works to the upper level of Junior School building were signed off. The drama studio has been equipped with bespoke AV technology, including roof projection to enhance the drama experience and enable digital sets to be created. We thank the Junior School Parents Group for a generous contribution to assist with the fit-out. The majority of classroom teaching spaces have now been renovated in the Junior School over the past four years. Excitingly, the GBR Hall project commenced as the builders made a solid start in the midst of the Melbourne winter. The project will deliver a huge boost to the Junior School Music program, with new spaces for teaching, ensemble/small group rehearsal and private music tuition. The building will also be the site for Undefeated, a purpose built internal play space for ELC – Year 6 boys. The program underpinning Undefeated will involve a scope and sequenced physical development journey utilising climbing, balancing, strength and core components with a range of boy-friendly equipment to support the program goals. In the early part of Term 1 2020, we will eagerly anticipate the unveiling of BGS’s first indoor aquatics facility, which will enable year-round swimming programs to take place. The highly anticipated upgrade will provide new opportunities for APS Swimming, Water Polo and class-

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based learn to swim activities to take place. After a two year design and multi stakeholder governance process, the St Andrew’s Centre for Science, Creativity and Entrepreneurship was submitted to town planning for public advertising. This project ambitiously sees a multi-level car park and large auditorium both underground, flowing into a three level facility for entrepreneurship, STEM, project creation, design thinking spaces, full range of science facilities, St Andrew’s Parish offices, welcome centre and three bespoke tennis courts on the roof of the building. It is hoped that a planning permit will be granted during 2020. Work on a new school fence to surround the perimeter of the Crowther and Mitchell playing fields will commence in the late part of 2019. The new fence will physically define the playing fields, improve

spectator vantage points and create a strong visual to the passing traffic. Construction on the fence will continue throughout 2020.

RESOURCES The balance between providing access to quality resources for today’s educational landscape and planning for future spending is a difficult dynamic to manage. Our operational commitment is to carefully monitor these competing demands by verifying that our staff have the right tools to succeed in their roles, while establishing reasonable boundaries. Our financial commitment is representative of a blended approach to provide for today and tomorrow. This model has proven to be successful in recent years with operational priorities funded and infrastructure spending across the campus meaningfully increased.


RELATIONSHIPS BGS enjoys some wonderful long term corporate partnerships that continue to benefit the School and the organisations that provide their services. This year, a number of these partnerships were tested in the marketplace and it is pleasing to announce the following: Neptune Managed Services (ICT provider), Mattioli (painting), Shining Knight (cleaners) and Alliance (catering) were re-appointed. Ricoh (photocopying), OnTrack (sports uniform) and Alston Coaches (transportation services) were appointed to new contracts.

SUPPORT SERVICES It is important to acknowledge the work that occurs behind the scenes and pay tribute to the teams that

contribute so greatly to the day to day experiences that our boys and parents continue to enjoy. From the MIS team who have taken our learning analytics to new highs, to the ICT team that keep us abreast with modern day technology, to the grounds and maintenance teams who service, repair and present our facilities fit for purpose, to the Marketing team who produce our publications and maintain our digital presence, to the Accounts and Admissions teams who provide a personal service and all the support staff who are so passionately committed to making BGS a special place.

Michael Arceri Chief Operating Officer

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THE SCHOOL CAPTAIN REFLECTING ON 2019, YEAR 12 HAS BEEN A TOUGH YEAR; SACS EVERY WEEK, MULTIPLE ASSESSMENTS DUE, AND THE ROLE TO LEAD AND DRIVE THE CULTURE OF THE SCHOOL. However, in saying this, Year 12, for the majority of the class of 2019, has been the most enjoyable year of our lives. This year has been a memorable one, filled with so many amazing highlights. Who can forget James Provis’ production masterclass in Anything Goes, where the extraordinary talents of both Brighton Grammar and Firbank students were showcased? To APS Swimming, where on a late Wednesday night, the Tonner army rallied in numbers to support our swimmers. Finally, the annual Year 12 formal, where to the surprise of many we managed to scrub up all right, to enjoy an outstanding night when the obligations of Year 12 were irrelevant and, for a rare occasion, we could enjoy a special night with one another. In 2019, the Prefect group has challenged Secondary School students to Unlock the Dance. This phrase has built upon the principles of sweep the sheds, abide by the archetypes, and to be a better man today than I was yesterday. The ongoing development of the Legacy Project has continued to grow on the great culture we have at BGS. Challenging everyone to unlock and strive to be their best self, further contributes to being an as one community

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going into the future. The main emphasis of Unlock the Dance was to reinforce to the younger boys what the Tonners’ culture truly means, as often the word is used with minimal attention to the actual meaning. Three words can describe this: pride, community, and camaraderie. Three words exemplifying why our School is so unique. I am very proud of the way the students of the class of 2019 have led the School with their ongoing determination to leave it better than they found it. As we walk under the oak for the final time, I could not have asked for a better group to share my school years. We have created amazing memories and friendships, and this is what I will treasure the most. The Year 12 cohort of 2019 has left a challenge and a legacy that, with no doubt, will be further strengthened in the years to come. Noah McGrath


JUNIOR SCHOOL CAPTAIN IT HAS BEEN AN HONOUR BEING THE 2019 JUNIOR SCHOOL CAPTAIN AND I HAVE LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT. It has been extremely rewarding working closely together with the School Officers, Mr Tellefson and the Junior School teachers. Not only have I learnt so much about leadership and guiding others, but I have also made many new friends along the way. If there is one thing that I have learnt this year, it is that there will always be challenges that come your way; you might be behind with homework, you might need to be in four places at once or you may have disagreements with others, but every time you overcome one of life’s challenges, you become wiser. I have loved making friends with boys from the younger years and only when you do so, you realise how much they look up to the older boys. To the Year 6 boys of 2020: make as many friends as possible, be kind to everybody, have fun and enjoy the amazing year that you are in. There are so many opportunities in Year 6 and I challenge you to participate in as many as possible. I thank all the teachers, Officers, Year 6 boys, Mr Tellefson and Mr Bryan for making this year so enjoyable. I wish the next Junior School Captain the very best for 2020 and hope that he gains as much enjoyment as I have these past 12 months. Charlie Sabin Junior School Captain

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INTRODUCTION CO-CURRICULUM The strength and quality of a school’s co-curricular offerings is a measure of the families involved. ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is a well-known African proverb. At BGS, the quality of productions, ensemble music, debating, community service and clubs reflects the vibrancy and connectedness of the village that is our school. The opportunities available to lead and follow, serve others and create real and sustainable change are created through the interaction of students, families and expert staff. On behalf of the School, thank you to all our expert staff for their time and effort in helping the young men of tomorrow exceed their expectations and dreams. Our Musical ensembles continue to demonstrate the significant talent at BGS and the benefit of music to a boy’s academic and pastoral outcomes. Our productions show the strong and wonderful connection we have with Firbank Grammar that continues to challenge our boys to be the best men they can be.     Whether it be on a chessboard or a stage, in a forum with politicians or in a group of peers, the world needs our young men to support their communities as creative, collaborative and caring agents for change. As a community, we should be exceptionally proud of our efforts in all co-curricular fields of endeavour and look forward to sustained success in the future. Christian Neeson Director of Co-curriculum

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YEAR 6 PRODUCTION On two spectacular nights in September, the Year 6 cast from BGS and FGS presented the musical Singin’ in the Rain Jr. The students told the story of the transition between silent films to ‘talkies’. Hilarious situations and snappy dialogue had the audience in fits of laughter. The singing and dancing was brilliant, as all students shone. The performances involved 150 students, who worked with support of a great team of teachers and parents. It was certainly a highlight for many students in their last year in the Junior School. Hayley Blakiston Head of Junior School Music

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YEARS 7-9 PRODUCTION The relationship between Brighton Grammar and Firbank Grammar has been further strengthened on stage with students from both schools presenting the all-time classic musical, Mary Poppins Jr. The boys worked tirelessly for many months and sharpened their singing, acting and dancing capabilities in order to deliver an outstanding show. The students performed to three packed evening audiences as well as an audience of primary school students. It was an enormous effort for all involved and the personal growth seen in the students was inspiring. Not only did they gain new skills and make new friends, they had great fun being part of the production. ‘S’good to look back sometimes and reminisce about the joyous and memorable experience that was the 2019 BGS/FGS production of Mary Poppins Jr and taking the audiences to places they had never dreamed of!’ Thomas Galinas, Year 9 Michael Kent Head of Drama and School Productions (Years 7–12)

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YEARS 10–12 PRODUCTION

THE SENIOR PRODUCTION OF ANYTHING GOES INVOLVED OVER 150 STUDENTS, STAFF AND PARENTS FROM BGS AND FGS AND CULMINATED IN A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SELL-OUT SEASON. Audiences were treated to some very entertaining performances, filled to the brim with laughter and some massive showstopping tunes. The feedback from audience members all centred on the talent of the students and is testament to the Drama program our School is building together with Firbank Grammar. Seeing students grow as individuals and performers along the journey was a privilege to watch. The knowledge and skills learnt, and the bonds and memories created, will stay with the cast and crew for many years to come and made the experience incredibly worthwhile. A particular highlight was the first ever preview performance for an audience of our local primary schools and senior citizens – all of whom loved the opportunity to come and experience the show, surely an inspiration for our students to be involved in performing arts in the future. Michael Kent Head of Drama and School Productions (Years 7–12)

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IDESIGN WE HAVE NOW COMPLETED OUR 1,000TH IDESIGN PROJECT SINCE IT STARTED IN 2011 AND THE DEPTH OF THINKING BEHIND EACH PROJECT AGAIN THIS YEAR HAS BEEN INCREDIBLE. iDesign 2019 was another wonderful event, with over 160 fantastic projects presented and displayed over a fortnight in Term 4. The boys, their families and their mentors are to be congratulated for taking on the iDesign challenge with such vigour and in doing so, they have set the bar high for future participants. The array of themes on display was far reaching and the solutions to real world problems were clever and effective. Beginning with their proposal then onto project management plans and into the prototyping and refinement phases, the boys and their mentors delved into a range of ideas to help solve pain points for themselves, family and friends and in many cases the wider community. ‘iDesign was a satisfying and great bonding experience with the other boys. I loved sharing and celebrating everyone’s success and seeing their finished projects. Everyone did a great job. I also really enjoyed getting time with my Dad on his own away from school and work. Driving to Bunnings was great bonding time together. We learned to change and adapt and I think we worked well as a team. Dad is really positive and helps make things better when you face challenges.’ – Year 8 Student ‘Thank you for having iDesign as part of the Year 8 curriculum. We feel this gives boys the opportunity to explore interests that they may not otherwise do as growing teens. This is a wonderful addition to the curriculum and what came out of it for individuals – both parents and boys – was amazing. There are only positives to convey and you are all to be commended. It is not about the awards and rewards, rather the outcome and effort, growth and journey that are the main aspects of this project. Many boys may not have believed in themselves had they not been given the opportunity presented to them.’ – Parent/Mentor Thanks again to everyone involved this year, along with past contributors, who together have made iDesign what it is today. Jamie Watson iDesign Coordinator

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OVERALL WINNER OF IDESIGN 2019 Jenson Galvin Digest-a-Bowl edible dog bowls

SENGLED SUSTAINABILITY AWARD Matthew Barwood Plastic Shredding machine to reduce rubbish volume.

CLARKE HOPKINS CLARKE CREATIVITY AWARD Fedya Kononchuk Beach box bottle cap scavenger artwork highlighting sustainability.

ASICS INNOVATION AWARD James Hepples Tonopoly - BGS themed Monopoly

RMIT ACTIVATOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARD Angus Tragear Whiting Buzz honey for asthma and allergies.

QUIKSILVER AWARD Moe Spencer The Moe Show Cricket TV show

THE EWERT LEAF PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD Winner: Oliver Goodger Shuffle board game Runner-up: Billy Morris SIT sports tracking device

THE BGS AWARD Ben Hamson Golf cart for sports drinks and injured players Josh Finkelstein Life-size paper-mâché footy sculpture Leon Haralambakis VR Urwin Centre tour

THE PASTORAL AWARD Matthew Cameron Annandale Photo Montage Angus Haddon Neon light BGS crest

THE HUMANITARIAN AWARD Winner: George Roubos Depression, anxiety, success book Runner-up: Henry McKenzie Peace cricket bat GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS/FGS COMBINED ACTIVITIES – JUNIOR SCHOOL Fostering the ongoing partnership between Brighton Grammar and Firbank Grammar students is an important part of learning how to interact with each other respectfully and creatively. Throughout the year visits are organised at both schools where the boys and girls can collaborate together and develop their social skills. In Terms 2 and 3, the ELC boys excitedly arranged two morning sessions hosted at Firbank Grammar and at our ELC. The sessions had many benefits for the boys − exploring the local streets while walking to Firbank Grammar and establishing new friendships at the FGS ELC and when hosting the girls at our ELC. A number of combined classes from Prep to Year 6 explored their creative side through Art and Drama and STEM tasks, including creating and testing spinning tops and constructing the spaghetti towers, challenging the boys and girls to think curiously. Others took part in a number of rotational activities such as maths and card games where they were encouraged to work in collaborative teams. Joanne Davies Director of Teaching and Learning Junior School

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As a strategic directive for our students to promote respectful relationships in our community, Brighton Grammar and Firbank Grammar students came together for a number of different events across Years 7–12 in 2019. The partnership between BGS and FGS helps equip our students with the skills to develop their social and emotional capabilities. Building healthy and respectful relationships, to assist with making responsible decisions, promotes positive gender relations.  Our partnership is an essential part of modelling a culture of respect through our school communities, not just by teaching respect in the classroom. Staff and student leaders from both schools continue to plan combined activities. Student input in evaluating the current program is for fun, social, collaborative and informative activities to be held several times a year from ELC to Year 12. Travis Hopgood Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 7–8) GRAMMARIAN 2019

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CHESS The Chess Club held lunchtime sessions at various locations throughout the School: Annandale, the Urwin Centre and the Atrium in order to promote Chess to boys throughout all areas of the Secondary School. It also saw boys in Years 9–12 competing with and mentoring the younger students. In April, we entered 17 boys in the Chess Victoria zonal tournament, hosted by BGS. In September, 14 boys also competed in the Secondary zonal open at St Catherine’s School. Our boys placed 4th in the tournament, which is a fabulous achievement and ensured that a team of five were able to compete in the Chess Victoria Schools State Championships. The Chess Victoria Secondary Schools State Championships were hosted by BGS in October. There were a total of 197 students who attended from schools across Melbourne and the State. The tournament consisted of eight rounds played throughout the day. Our boys enjoyed the day and played well, achieving very respectable scores for the tournament: David Yuan (4.5), Lane Donohue (4), Edward Forster (4), Jack Duckinson (3) and Lachlan Kwong (3). Ruth Dempsey Teacher in Charge, Chess

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OUTDOOR EDUCATION WHY OUTDOOR EDUCATION? Outdoor Education at Brighton Grammar provides unique experiences that encompass teaching, learning and wellbeing in natural environments, with the aim to develop healthy, passionate, responsible young men who are confident individuals, successful learners and effective contributors. Rather than running camps, Outdoor Education facilitates educational programs. This is an important distinction in my mind. Educating out-of-doors, when done well, supplements and enhances classroom learning, physical and mental health, and allows boys to have the opportunities to discover safe personal risk thresholds and lifelong social and environmental perspectives. Brighton Grammar lives this out through a robust outdoor curriculum sequence spanning from Prep through to Year 11, where we ‘Journey through Landscapes’, with cameo appearances at the ELC and Year 12 bookends. A well-structured learning sequence of experiential opportunities that utilise educational journeys through natural environments, often with adventurous activities as mediums for those journeys, will have lasting positive influence on the lives of the boys, even for the least ‘outdoorsy’ boy. In 2019 the Outdoor Education department had three main educational foci to improve our practice and increase the transferrable learning for every student.

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INCORPORATE FIRST NATIONS RECOGNITION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ON EVERY PROGRAM The Year 4 boys were met at Point Addis by a local indigenous elder who welcomed them onto his country and delivered a local bush tucker session just before the boys hiked 90 minutes along the coast towards Camp Burnside in Anglesea.

INCREASE POSITIVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT THROUGH ROBUST WASTE MANAGEMENT, PLASTIC REDUCTION AND STRONGER LEAVE-NO-TRACE PRACTICES On every coastal program, the boys cleaned up the beach or were encouraged to ‘take three for the sea’.


Traditional Owner’s for OE Program Areas: 2019 ELC (Melbourne)

Boon Wurrung

Prep (Melbourne East) 1 (Merricks) 2 (Merricks) 3 (Healsville)

Woiwurrung

4 (Anglesea)

Wathaurong

5 (Howqua)

Taungurong

6 (Bairnsdale)

Gunai Kurnai

7 (Point Leo)

Boon Wurrung

8 (Halls Gap)

Djab Wurrung Jardwadjali

9 GSW (Portland)

Gunditjmara

9 Pormpuraaw

Thaayorre Wik Bakanh Yir Yoront

9 Goulburn/Big (Eildon)

Taungurung

9 Mitchell (Bairnsdale)

Gunai Kurnai

9 Murray (Barmah)

Yorta-Yorta

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Jawoyn

10 Arapiles (Horsham)

Jardwadjali

10 Wyperfeld (Yaapeet)

Wergaia

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Jaitmatang

11 OELP (Gembrook)

Bunurong Wurrundjeri

12 Big Fella (Mt Bogong)

Bidhawal Dhudhuroa Gunai–Kurnai Nindi–Ngudjam Ngarigu Monero

ENSURE THE BOYS ARE ‘READY TO LEARN’ IN THE OUTDOORS, THROUGH HAVING THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT AND POSITIVE ‘CHOOSE YOUR CHALLENGE’ MINDSET The Outdoor Education Department trialled an Outdoor Ed Expo for parents and students in the Secondary School, to showcase the amazing resources that BGS families have available to support them in preparing their sons as they embark on their journeys. There were good hiking food examples, loads of equipment and gear to try out, and even a fire to stand around on the cool evening. We hope to see you at future Expos and information sessions. David Gemmell Head of Outdoor Education GRAMMARIAN 2019

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MUSIC BEYOND THE CLASSROOM Music promotes communication, creativity, cooperation and community. It has been another busy year for the Music department, with our young musicians enjoying an increasing variety of music opportunities. The year started with a bang as all three of our Secondary School Concert Bands attended an intensive rehearsal camp, with the equivalent of a term’s weekly rehearsals in the space of two days. Our Junior School ensembles enjoyed a similar experience in June as part of their concert preparations. As well as the larger concerts held in St Andrew’s Church, the boys have showcased their skills in a number of performances within the School, as well as attending the Generations in Jazz Festival in Mount Gambier and the Victorian School Music Festival. This year there have also been a number of performances at The Crescent, sharing the boys’ musical talents with the wider Brighton community. Thank you to all of our music families, particularly Friends of Music, for your support this year. Kurt Abell Acting Director of Music

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CHORAL CHORAL SINGING CONTINUES TO FORM AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT OF THE MUSIC PROGRAM IN 2019. Every student from Prep to Year 8 attends a choral class as part of their classroom music studies, as well as over 150 boys participating in Junior Voices, Borwick House Choir, Meliora Voices and Senior Choir. Highlights from this year have included the House Choral festival, adjudicated by opera superstar, David Hobson and Co-Director of Music at Firbank Grammar, Philippa Jones. For the Choral Concert in August, our choristers also had an opportunity to work with BGS Old Boy, member of our Hall of Fame and worldrenowned composer and conductor, Sean O’Boyle AM. As part of the concert, Borwick House Choir presented the world premiere of Find the Way Home. This piece by Sean O’Boyle was especially commissioned by the School for their performance, which was a truly inspirational opportunity for the boys. Kurt Abell Acting Director of Music

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COMMUNITY SERVICE SERVICE WITH A PURPOSE Brighton Grammar students continue to develop their understanding and contributions to their immediate and wider community through service. Boys have taken up a range of opportunities including performing for elderly residents at The Crescent, sorting books for the Fiji Book Drive and volunteering to sell badges for the Legacy Appeal and Remembrance Day. Our Ute Full of Food drives continue to provide St Mark’s Church and community service in Fitzroy with valuable donations of food and goods, estimated at approximately $30,000 worth, just this year. Our small group programs have enjoyed success, enabling the boys to use their interests and passions for good causes. The Youth in Philanthropy team successfully allocated $10,000 to three services focused on a zero emissions future. Many students have volunteered for a range of Years 7–12 programs. The ‘Art and Gardening’ team continue to work together to breathe new life into an outdoor space at Bayley House, and at the same time developing their art, gardening and teamwork skills. The ‘Eat Up’ volunteers made over 1200 sandwiches for children in need and the ‘SolarBuddy’ crew learnt about energy poverty and constructed solar powered light units that will provide a safe lighting solution to families in Papua New Guinea. Our House Service program has seen Hancock students cleaning our local beaches, School House boys raising funds for RCD Foundation by encouraging registrations for Connor’s Run and Armstrong students driving awareness and support for Melbourne’s homeless community. Dixon donated much needed supplies to St Kilda Mums. Crowther and Rofe led the charge in coordinating the Martyrs Memorial Appeal, raising much needed funds after a recent fire. It has been a pleasure to work with so many members of our community this year. The willingness to make a difference continues to grow and develop within the Brighton Grammar community. Well done to everyone involved. Simone Lewis Director of Service

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WELLBEING ONE IN SEVEN YOUNG PEOPLE, AGED BETWEEN 4 AND 17, HAVE EXPERIENCED A MENTAL HEALTH ISSUE IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS. Given that half of all mental health issues emerge before the age of 14, schools play a significant role in helping to identify emotional and behavioural problems, as well as promoting early helpseeking strategies.

Year 6 Cybersafety presentation (from L-R: Harry Heaselgrave, Charles Zhao, Susan McLean, Fletcher Brougham, Lachie Reid, Arty Woodward

The BGS Counselling department has three registered psychologists, each assigned to a specific section of the School to ensure consistency and continuity. The Counselling team works collaboratively with teachers and parents to ensure the best outcome for our boys. We also recognise the importance of providing opportunities to improve our students’ sense of belonging and their skills in understanding themselves and others, while managing relationships and problem-solving. BGS students participated in many wellbeing activities across the School throughout 2019 focusing on mental health, cyber safety, social awareness and responsible decision making. These programs aim to help students flourish in their educational journey, as well as help build resilience against adversity and develop protective factors from mental ill-health.

RUOK?Day Olly Heath

Olivia Tims Head of Psychological Services and Junior School Psychologist

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DEBATING AND PUBLIC SPEAKING OVER 100 BOYS FROM YEARS 7 TO 12 REPRESENTED BRIGHTON GRAMMAR IN THE ANNUAL PROGRAM OF DEBATING AND PUBLIC SPEAKING. Our boys rose to the challenge of responding to a wide ranging of speaking topics across the year. The 2019 DAV Debating competition provided great experience for all of our Debating teams, with the opportunity to practise both prepared and impromptu debating skills. The teams were able to work on their skills of pre-determined topics, producing comprehensive

analysis of each subject and refining team and individual skills. The last two rounds of the senior season saw the reintroduction of impromptu debates, with boys only having one hour to prepare their arguments. Many of the boys were able to take out best speaker awards throughout the competition. In Public Speaking events, four of our Year 8 Debaters participated in the DAV Junior Public Speaking Competition. Congratulations to Jensen Galvin who was a Grand Finalist. Louise Piva Head of Debating (Years 7–12)

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JUNIOR SCHOOL LUNCHTIME CLUBS Lunchtime clubs in the Junior School provide a wonderful opportunity for boys to engage and connect with new interests and friendship groups during their lunch break. Activities run on different days throughout the week in the following areas: chess, science, design and technology, library, gardening, board games, art, music and sport. The clubs are supervised by our Junior School teaching staff, however our Year 6 boys take on a strong leadership role, encouraging and guiding the younger boys. Passion is one of our school values that underpins all that we do as a community. For some of our boys, lunchtime football, soccer or cricket games are what they enjoy with a passion. These programs provide an alternative for boys who seek to explore new challenges and foster their passion in a different field. Dean Bryan Deputy Head of Junior School

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LEGACY PROJECT In 2013, author James Kerr wrote the international bestseller Legacy: What the All Blacks can teach us about the business of life. The book’s messages around leadership and highperformance reverberated in organisations around the world and began to be adopted into the Brighton Grammar School culture. This year marked an opportunity for James to visit BGS, present to the school community and work with the student leaders on their Legacy Project. The 2019 student leadership group asked the Tonner community to Unlock the Dance, building on the previous messages of As One and A better man today than I was yesterday, as well as the evolving archetypes. In the words of School Captain, Noah McGrath, this year’s theme is, ‘an opportunity, a chance, an experience, in order to achieve and strive for your potential and better improve yourself as an individual, but also as a cohesive group in the community of Brighton Grammar.’ ‘However, the Legacy Project for 2019 means more than simply this. For me, it represents making the moments matter throughout your schooling journey, embracing new opportunities, trying new things and learning and growing as an individual.’ Christian Machar Head of Student Leadership Years 7–12

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F1 IN SCHOOLS FIVE TEAMS FROM BGS COMPETED IN THE F1 IN SCHOOLS STATE FINALS AT SCIENCEWORKS IN OCTOBER. With 20 students involved in three different classes – Cadet, Development and Professional – the boys worked tirelessly over eight months in order to compete against some of the strongest teams in the world. Brighton Grammar has been competing for the past four years and this year finished 3rd in the Cadet Class, 7th in the Development Class and 6th in Professional Class. The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is the world’s foremost student competition for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Each year more than 17,000 schools in 44 nations take on the challenge of developing the world’s fastest miniature F1 car. Approximately 22,000 Australian students are involved each year. Mimicking the world of a Formula One team, groups of students have to follow a pathway of engineering and manufacturing disciplines: design, analyse, test, make and race. They are provided with access to real-world

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technology and soon become proficient in areas such as Coding and Computational Fluid Dynamics. This program aims to develop skills in problem solving, project management, communication, presentation, teamwork, innovation, self-promotion, collaboration, marketing and entrepreneurialism, in demand by industries all over the world. While we aim to win the competition, the value in simply competing cannot be underestimated. A huge thanks to Lexus of Brighton F1 in Schools who sponsor all teams. The teams also wish to thank their individual team sponsors. Several teams have already started to plan, design and network for 2020. Jamie Watson F1 in Schools Coordinator


DUKE OF EDINBURGH THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH PROGRAM TAKES YOUNG INDIVIDUALS ON AN EXCITING JOURNEY, EMPOWERING THEM TO EXPLORE THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AND FIND THEIR PURPOSE, PASSION AND PLACE IN THE WORLD. This year Brighton Grammar had a number of boys completing the bronze, silver and gold awards, all of whom found new and interesting opportunities. Joshua Bortolussi (Year 11) epitomises the pillars that encompass the award outcomes. Currently completing the final stages of his gold award, Joshua has enjoyed the service component of his award, regularly volunteering at St Silas’s soup kitchen. He also recently completed the adventurous journey component of the award in which he hiked throughout the glorious Wilson’s Promontory region. As the Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator, I have enjoyed guiding the boys on their Duke of Edinburgh path and watching them grow as individuals. I am confident that

the skills and experiences that the boys are exposing themselves to will ensure they become better men and leave their mark on the world. Anna Ladas Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator GRAMMARIAN 2019

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PORMPURAAW INDIGENOUS EXCHANGE In the last week of Term 3, a group of Year 6 boys enjoyed a memorable trip to the Far North Queensland indigenous community of Pormpuraaw. As we first viewed Pormpuraaw from the windows of the 12 seater plane, it was obvious we were in for a special week. On the ground, the boys were instantly welcomed by the kids, teachers and elders of the community. Over seven days, the BGS boys enjoyed fishing for barramundi and mud crab, visiting a crocodile farm, painting at the art centre and attending a feral pig autopsy. Another highlight was a dinner on the beach where the boys built a large fire and cooked their food on the hot coals in a traditional Kup Murri style. We were joined by local elders and were treated to some moving stories and songs. The boys also acted as classroom helpers in the lower grades of the local school. From the reading café before school, to helping sound out words using a THRASS chart, the Year 6 boys enjoyed helping the local children along their learning journey while building relationships with them. Thanks to the relationships developed by Indigenous and Cultural Development Coordinator James Hilditch, the boys met with a number of local elders who shared fascinating stories about their life growing up around the Pormpuraaw region. It really was an unforgettable experience that changed their perspectives in many ways. Sam Kuring Year 1 Teacher

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MILIKAPITI INDIGENOUS EXCHANGE At the end of Term 2, eight Year 6 boys and four girls from our sister school, Firbank Grammar, travelled to the Milikapiti School on the Tiwi Islands, continuing our ongoing commitment to develop a greater understanding of Indigenous Australia. As well as teaching in the classroom, the boys travelled around the island visiting the refreshing Tarracumbi Falls, Mudloe for some fishing and crabbing, and the Jilamara Arts and Cultural Centre. Learning how to cast a fishing net, using a reel and crabbing using sticks and rocks were challenging (and messy), but the students were excited to catch a large number of small baitfish. At Jilamara Arts and Cultural Centre, the students heard about the traditional Tiwi culture and stories, admired and bought the works of local artists and learned how to dot paint. The boys all rated the relationships they had built with the local students as the pinnacle of their experience. Kicking the footy, shooting hoops, or just chatting on the street, highlighted to our boys that they shared more in common with the local students than differed from them. The boys found a new level of independence in an environment so different from home, and developed a greater appreciation for parents when they had to cook, clean and do their own washing for the eight days. Luke Fensling and Mandy Foulds Junior School Teachers

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IT IS A WONDERFUL TRADITION TO SEND YOUR SON TO YOUR OLDÂ SCHOOL.


This year we chose to celebrate the BGS Generations with a photograph of all current students who are sons or grandsons of Old Boys, together with their Old Boy forebears. Almost every member of the invited group attended, such was the popularity of the concept. The result was a magnificent photograph of over 210 Generations members taken under our beautiful oak tree, followed by breakfast in the Quad. There will be more Generations events to celebrate this great tradition.

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A strong culture of philanthropy continued to develop at BGS during the year and this was demonstrated in so many ways. Whether it was through the gift of time, money or goods and services, all forms of philanthropy matter. Early in the year, the Annandale Pavilion was officially opened. In addition to the positive impact the facility is having on our boys in terms of their physical development, Annandale is now used widely by other members of community. Old Boys’ reunions are held in the Bourke Family Function Room and members of the community can access the weights and conditioning centre when not required by our boys. Philanthropy played a big part in bringing our new home of sport to life. Thank you to the many Old Boys and past and current parents who secured naming opportunities in the facility. Thank you also to the 294 members of our community who supported the project, with all gifts over $1,000 recognised on the donor wall – a lasting reminder of the impact of giving. Another highlight of the year was our Annual Appeal. Through the support of our amazing community, we exceeded our target and raised $340,000 from 320 donors. This was the third year we used our online platform and it is amazing to note that over that time we have now raised over $1.137 million for the BGS Scholarship Fund, providing the gift of opportunity to more boys who otherwise would not be able to attend our great school. Our thanks to

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the 1,148 donors who chose to support these important appeals. Thanks also to a BGS parent who has generously donated 375 solar panels which have been installed on the roof of the GB Robertson Hall redevelopment in the Junior School. This gift not only saves the School an enormous amount of money in terms of the install, but will reduce our electricity bill by approximately $30,000 per year. This latest donation follows the 400 solar panels this parent has already donated to BGS for the Urwin Centre.

During the year, our Bequest Manager, Peter Toms, welcomed five new members to our Sequamur Society which honours and thanks those members of our community who have confirmed their intention to include BGS in their Will. It is both humbling and gratifying to note that our membership of the Sequamur Society is now in excess of 100 members. This year, our Scholarship Fund and our Building Fund have been strengthened through the generosity of four members of our community whose bequests have been directed to these funds.


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the number of people in our community who have chosen to join our Bequest Program

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the amount raised by our community for the Martyrs Memorial School following a devasting fire during the year

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Annandale Donor Wall

Our philanthropy also extends to helping others and there are so many examples of this at BGS. Through our support of worthy causes such as the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation, Frankston Camp and the Ute Full of Food, we are part of a truly generous community. We think in particular, of our biannual Pink Dinner – the dinner for BGS mums – where all monies raised at the event support a charity chosen by the committee. This year, the chosen charity was St Kilda Mums and, through the hard work of our Pink Dinner steering committee, over $26,000 was raised, which was an amazing result. A sincere thanks to our very generous community. BGS is indeed a better place because of your philanthropic support. John Phillips, Director of Advancement and Hayley Galloway, Advancement Manager

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THE OLD BRIGHTON GRAMMARIANS’ SOCIETY A YEAR OF FIRSTS The OBGS enjoyed a great year of new initiatives interwoven with our staples. The BGS Generations Photograph was a wonderful occasion and warmly received by the ‘BGS Generations’ families that are linked to current students. In April, we ventured to the Mornington Peninsula for an OBGS lunch at T’Gallant which was enjoyed by a small group of local Old Boys and their partners. At the AGM in May, Tim Marshall (OB 2000) was elected OBGS President. Tim, who is BGS Director of Sport, follows in his father Peter’s (OB 1964) footsteps who is also an Old Boy, and was OBGS President whilst on staff at the School. The inaugural OBGS Business Network Lunch in August was a promising beginning to creating more networking opportunities for Old Boys. Our guest speaker Berrick Wilson (OB 1988) was inspiring, and many ideas for future networking opportunities were born. This year we have also had interstate events in Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Brisbane. All four reunions have been highly enjoyable evenings, well attended by our interstate Old Boys and their partners. My thanks to Headmaster Ross Featherston, Peter Toms, John Phillips and OBGS President Tim Marshall (Sydney) for travelling to these events and ‘taking BGS’ to our interstate Chapters. The OBGS website, obgsglobalconnect.com.au, continues to grow in its use as an online hub for Old Boys to both have a profile, and connect with others. Most pleasing, and true to the OBGS, is the willingness of Old Boys to help each other.

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Willing to answer industry specific questions

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Willing to introduce others to my connections

74%

Offer career advice

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Mentor a student/young professional

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B2M – EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING THE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROGRAM, 9/10 B2M HAS BEEN STRENGTHENED AND IMPROVED IN 2019. The program continues to focus on student growth, leadership and wellbeing at a complex time in the students’ lives. In order to keep the program relatable to the boys, the archetypes, the symbolic images of the magician, the sage, the warrior and the caregiver are used. These serve to reinforce those patterns of behaviour required to become a ‘good, successful man’ – which is the ultimate goal of 9/10 B2M. The B2M program is designed to support the boys as they transition from boys to young men. It reaches its peak at the Year 10 ‘First Horizon’ camp late in Year 10. The 9/10 B2M runs alongside the academic, co-curricular and pastoral care programs but reaches into the day-to-day curriculum at every point. It gives the students a chance to explore in depth the qualities that will ensure their own wellbeing and those of their peers as they move through these vital years.

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It all begins in Year 9 as the boys undertake The Great South West Journey. They then choose a service-based trip, that could take them anywhere from the social entrepreneurship program at the Wade Institute at the University of Melbourne to reforestation works alongside the Kinabatangan River in Borneo. All Year 9 boys contribute to a cause greater than themselves by assisting with Connor’s Run before finally participating in the Rivers Journey on the Mitchell, Murray or Mitta Mitta Rivers or in the Victorian High country. In Year 10, the boys participate in Tomorrow Man workshops: building emotional muscle. They complete an Outdoor Educational trip of their choice from a range of offerings, known as ‘World Class Journeys’. They then choose their own charity and support it, many again supporting Connor’s Run. As the final piece of the B2M program, the boys participate in the First Horizon program with an adult mentor, which sees them return to School ready to move into Year 11 and begin to lead the School as young men. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9-10)


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GREAT SOUTHWEST JOURNEY IN ITS FOURTH YEAR, THE GSWJ DOESN’T SHY AWAY FROM EXTENDING THE BOYS’ COMFORT ZONES. Instead, through distance, time and close communal living, each boy is tasked with drawing upon their inner archetypes to forge greater comradery with each other. I have no doubt that some of the boys have exited the GSWJ more confident, emotionally stronger, and alive to their personal capabilities; some won’t understand the impact of their experiences for a long time yet. This year, the Outdoor Education department introduced an ambitious waste management system of collecting and separating compost, recycling, and soft-plastics with the hope of keeping our landfill rubbish to a minimum. Beach clean-ups and trailside rubbish collections were incorporated into the journeys of all 12 groups. We donated three barrels of compostable food waste to the local Portland Community Garden and handed over six large garden bags of softplastics to the local Woolworths! Highlights from the journeys included: undertaking an ‘archaeological’ dig of a whale skeleton; enjoying rest days in Portland or Nelson during the heat wave mid-program; dissecting a dead stingray; catching, cooking and eating fish while canoeing along the Glenelg river; camping beside a lighthouse; having a large wedge-tail eagle fly above while cycling; and setting the canoes to sail while the winds pushed them along the river. Magical moments that will be shared and celebrated for years to come.

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NEW ZEALAND THE YEAR 10 TRIP TO NEW ZEALAND WAS THE MOST AMAZING OVERSEAS TRIP I HAVE EVER BEEN ON AND WILL ALWAYS BE A HIGHLIGHT OF MY TONNER YEARS. Not only is the scenery there like something out of a movie The Hobbit or Lord of the Rings, but with the help of our awesome and experienced guides, we were completely immersed in it. A highlight for me was spending two nights at Rex Simpson Hut amongst beautiful, snow-capped mountains. In these two nights, I became close friends with boys that I hadn’t even talked to in my previous three years of attendance. I think this was due to our sleeping quarters being so close together, leaving us no option but to talk! I am extremely thankful to both my parents and the BGS Outdoor Education department for providing me with this experience and I am sure the boys in Year 9 will love it next year. Pearson Grant Year 10

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‘NEPAL WAS THE BEST TRIP OF MY LIFE. I SAW VIEWS I WILL NEVER FORGET AND SAW A CULTURE UNLIKE ANY OTHER.’ BRADY COLLINS, YEAR 10 I’ll make the unsubstantiated claim that the 2019 World Class Journey to Nepal was a BGS first. Nine Year 10 students were joined by Ms Meg Adem and Outdoor Ed staff member Braeden Hyland for the long journey towards the highest mountains in the world. Although they didn’t tackle Mt Everest, the boys still experienced classic Nepali trekking as they hiked up from Pokhara to Poon Hill (3210m above sea level). Guided by amazing and kindhearted Nepalese guides, staying at teahouses and interacting with travellers from around the world, the boys moved through humid jungle, bustling villages, and managed to catch a glimpse of the magnificent Annapurna South and Fishtail mountains. I know that Ms Adem has already put her hand up to go again in 2020 – who will join her?

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Sunshine, smiling faces, snorkeling, sandy beaches; sea kayaking the Yasawa Island chain in Fiji is always a favourite World Class Journey for our Year 10 boys. Unfortunately, only a small number of students can participate, but, for the lucky few, they are treated to a cultural adventurous experience like no other on offer. Highlights included visiting the Sawi-lau limestone caves facilitated by the Navatoa villagers and exploring the village of Tavewa, from the hill tops (hiking) to the ocean floor (snorkelling). As I reported back to School: ‘Boys have killed the paddling. Both physical and mental health good. It’s been challenging at the right level and we’ll have a good debrief tonight at Batefoot Manta before heading back to Nadi tomorrow....and with sunsets like this, well it’s not hard to take.’ Dick Bartlett Director of Rowing

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TOP END EXPLORE

Jatbula Trail follows the Arnhem Land Escarpment, interrupted by regular cascades of pristine freshwater that has trickled through the sandstone strata since the last monsoons of the wet season. After a busy start, the boys were introduced to the traditional home of the Jawoyn (pronounced like ‘Darwin’) people with a rock art tour into the Katherine Gorge, or Nitmuluk (meaning ‘cicada place’.) Our guide shared with us his knowledge of what we could expect on the hike ahead, and how we could travel respectfully along the Jatbula Trail and songline of the Jawoyn people. It wasn’t just the postcard-worthy scenery that made the trip memorable. It was the remoteness of the trail, and the tens of thousands of years it has been a traditional pathway for so many travellers, now including a team of Tonners. The Northern Territory was a remarkable setting for the boys to put into practice what they have learned on their journey through the BGS Outdoor Education program. The boys demonstrated a high level of skill. We encountered flies, mosquitoes, beautiful campsites, monsoonal forest, savannah, and ancient rock art, stunning sunrises and fruit bats that really wouldn’t quit, and it was a happy, dirty, and very tired team that returned to Brighton. Nathan O’Malley Assistant Head of Outdoor Education

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WINTER ALPINE

Few people who visit Falls Creek end up exploring beyond the resort boundaries, but not our Year 10s! After three days of ski touring, training and practice within resort boundaries, they headed into the backcountry to explore and put their new skills to the test. After the snow had stopped falling, the boys carved up fresh powder runs and day-tripped from their winter base to some of the more remote hill tops and saw Victoria from above. Mt Bogong in the distance would have been a great image of their next Outdoor Education experience in Year 12.

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WYPERFELD After an interactive Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony by Ron Marks from Barengi Gadjin Land Council, three groups of boys ventured out into Wyperfeld National Park with new skills they gained in the lead up to the program. With a focus on navigation, using resources such as maps, compass and GPS, the groups were self-led, staying within radio communication with their group leaders. The boys explored the semi-arid landscape and a few were lucky enough to get some close ups with emus, kangaroos and Major Mitchell cockatoos. Nathan Moore: ‘Easily the most meaningful camp I’ve been on at my time with Brighton Grammar. The scenery, challenges and aboriginal history definitely complemented the overall experience.’ Carly West Outdoor Education Program Coordinator

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MT ARAPILES After a ‘four seasons in one day’ bus ride, the boys arrived at Arapiles to find a picturesque campsite at the bottom of the cliff. The next nine days were spent journeying to various rock faces from base camp to experience the wonder and beauty of this world-class venue. The boys were eased into climbing by spending the first day top roping and abseiling, proving their abilities and learning new skills. The climbing company guides took the boys out on some epic half-day long multi-pitch climbing journeys in small groups of three or four, allowing them to achieve climbs they would have not otherwise been able to experience. Time spent around the campsite allowed the boys to practise their slacklining skills, go bouldering, play cards, cook BBQs and enjoy some down time.

‘BOYS REFERRED TO THIS JOURNEY AS, ‘AN EYE OPENING WORLD CLASS EXPERIENCE’ LACHLAN ZISSIS

‘A REALLY INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE WHERE YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATH UP THE MOUNTAIN’ JACK ANSON Joshua Murray Outdoor Education Program Coordinator

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BEFORE DAWN ON A SATURDAY MORNING IN JUNE, THE FIRST GROUP OF YEAR 9 BOYS GATHERED AT TULLAMARINE AIRPORT TO BEGIN THEIR TWO DAY JOURNEY TO REACH THE REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY OF PORMPURAAW. Once there, they would immerse themselves in community life for ten days. Pormpuraaw, on the western coastline of Cape York, is home to about 600 residents and is on the traditional lands of the Thaayorre people, who have lived in the area for more than 60,000 years. The land is now shared with Kugu, Wik and other Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. The connection of country, language, stories and knowledge is still a strong one, as the First Nations’ people share their rich culture generously with us. A typical day in Pormpuraaw starts early, with a group heading to the river to check the crab pots, often returning with bucket full of big ‘muddies’ and maybe a fish or two. The Year 9 boys head to school at 8.00am to play marbles or touch rugby and help run the early morning reading group. Class starts at 9.00am and our boys work assisting the local teachers until lunchtime. The afternoons are spent exploring different aspects of community life such as, visiting the croc farm, fishing, making spears, exploring country, learning about culture and working with the artists. Once the school bell rings, our group increases from 12 to about 50 so we head back for a very large game of basketball and put the cooking group to work, barbecuing sausages for all for dinner. James Hilditch Indigenous & Cultural Development Coordinator

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MARINE BIOLOGY THE MARINE BIOLOGY COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM SERVES TO BROADEN THE BOYS’ AWARENESS OF ONE OF THE SEVEN NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD, THE GREAT BARRIER REEF. Boys learn first-hand what they can do to preserve this important habitat. The boys learned about familiar and native corals and wildlife and saw for themselves the current health of the reef and recent catastrophic changes due to climate change. They also witnessed the current research projects and coral replanting initiatives as tools to aid in reef restoration. Trips to Hartley’s Crocodile Farm and Fitzroy Island’s Turtle Rehabilitation Centre gave the students a firsthand look at the benefits and challenges of tourism to the Far North Queensland region. At the end of the trip, each boy presented on what they can do now to enhance the Reef’s current state. Amy Atchison Head of VCE Programs Head of Year 11 Psychology

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BORNEO THE NORTH BORNEO PROGRAM GAVE 12 STUDENTS A FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE OF THE CHALLENGES OF FAUNA AND FLORA SUSTAINABILITY IN BORNEO, AN ENVIRONMENT OF RAPID DEVELOPMENT AND DEFORESTATION IN SABAH STATE OF MALAYSIA. Boys visited the memorial to the Sandakan War Memorial, honouring the Australian and British soldiers who died on the infamous death marches. On the Kinabatangan River in the village of Bilit, we saw wildlife by the river and forests ravaged by palm oil plantations, before helping to plant trees and have a friendly soccer match with locals. We then travelled to the Sepilok Orangutan Conservation Centre and Sunbear Sanctuary where work is carried out to support and maintain these displaced creatures before returning them to deep forest areas. Our final experience was working on coral conservation and environmental work on an island. Eleven days after departure, the boys returned to Melbourne with an enhanced understanding of the challenges of conservation in our neighbouring countries. Nancy Ting Head of Chinese

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HUMAN MELBOURNE THE PURPOSE OF THE HUMAN MELBOURNE SERVICE TRIP IS FOR STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES FACING DISADVANTAGED AUSTRALIANS. The experience had a positive impact on students, expanding their knowledge and improving their wellbeing through appreciation of their own lives and the experience of helping others. Students and staff spent one day at Bayley House, a local organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities, and the rest of the week at The Brotherhood of St. Lawrence in Fitzroy.

The boys had the opportunity to: • meet young people from Bayley House and going bowling together • learn about issues facing refugees and asylum seekers, through meeting refugees and volunteering at an English class for new arrivals to Australia • sort donations at the Brotherhood of St Lawrence • prepare and serve lunch to older people experiencing disadvantage • volunteer on various programs to support children living on and near housing estates Melissa Faulkner Head of Japanese (Years 7–12)

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WEDESIGN MELBOURNE The week’s program for WeDesign started with the boys on a problemfinding mission, talking to the public about their ‘bugbears’ and ‘pain points’ from living or working in the city. With feedback in hand, the boys experimented using a ‘How might we’ statement that identified their problem and outlined the impact of solving it for the target market. The boys then looked at value propositions, revenue streams and customer profiling. This saw many iterations of their ideas with several prototypes and then the first pitch of their solution to an audience. They toured IT company, Interactive and had a presentation from owner and founder, Christopher Ride. The group had further pitching practice with the support of four OBGS mentors. At the close of the week, boys heard from medical-tech start up founder, Andrew Rowse. The five teams then pitched their tech start-up ideas to a panel of four judges in the style of Shark Tank. Chief Judge was Steven Pharr, founder of Bongo and Bayland Property, joined by Andrew Rowse, Julian Ou and David Lawlor. Jamie Watson Head of Creative Design and Technology

‘I AM SO IMPRESSED BY YOUR WORK THIS WEEK – IT WAS AN EXEMPLAR OF ENTREPRENEURIAL TEACHING AND THINKING ON YOUR PART. YOU ADAPTED THINGS AS YOU WENT BY LEARNING FROM FAILURES AND SETBACKS, AND OVERALL DEVELOPED A FANTASTIC PROGRAM TAILORED TO THE YOUNG MINDS IN THE ROOM.’ KATELYN SHARRATT, WADE INSTITUTE

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MELBOURNE ENVIRONMENTAL IN 2019, BRIGHTON GRAMMAR STUDENTS HAVE MADE HUGE STRIDES IN HELPING TO COMBAT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. It all began with 20 Year 9 boys taking part in the inaugural Environmental Service program. Aimed initially at educating the boys on sustainability as a whole, the program evolved into something much more.  Armed with a new-found knowledge and a driving passion for change, the boys then presented their environmental wisdom and suggestions as to how BGS might become more sustainable to Headmaster Ross Featherston, Deputy Headmaster and Head of Crowther Dr Ray Swann, Chief Operating Officer Michael Arceri and ICT Director Sandra Maher.  The students were excited to discuss their suggestions with the Executive team and relished the opportunity of being part of a new chapter of environmentalism at BGS.  A newly founded Eco-team was formed and since then other passionate environmental warriors have joined. This new team has designed and produced the BGS Keep Cup, which has proven to be a hit amongst staff, parents and friends. All proceeds from the cup sales will help the Eco-team to reach its ultimate goal of carbon neutrality. Anna Ladas Teacher of Mathematics Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE A select group of Year 9 boys spent their Experience Week at Berendale, a school that is committed to providing quality-learning experiences for students with mild to moderate learning disabilities. Our boys worked alongside students and artist, Ash Hoar, creating beautifully intricate skate decks, a mural and they even found time to write and illustrate a picture storybook. The Berendale students are already competing for a spot on the program in 2020. Simone Lewis Director of Service (Years 7–12)

And from a student’s perspective: ‘Our week at Berendale was a truly memorable experience. Before I came to Berendale, I was unsure of how the students lived and learnt or even how they communicate. I thought I was visiting the school to teach the students. I quickly realised that I was wrong. After such an amazing week, I realise just how similar we actually are. Many of us share the same interests, helping me make new friends and strengthen the relationships I already share with the boys at Brighton Grammar. Berendale students are patient and kind. They were always willing to share a laugh with us. They love Art and have good ideas. The most rewarding thing about the week was learning the importance of teamwork because a lot of people helped me finish my artwork. This experience taught me how lucky I am to live the life that I have. The artworks that we have created are astounding. I left this camp feeling very privileged. The students at Berendale are trying their best to achieve – we should too. Even though we seem different, we are the same.’

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YEAR 10 TOMORROW MAN WORKSHOPS

AS PART OF THE 9/10 B2M PROGRAM, ALL YEAR 10S HAVE PARTICIPATED IN A SERIES OF TEN TOMORROW MAN WORKSHOPS. Led by expert facilitators, Tom and Ryder, the boys built connections with each other and their facilitators and were presented with content that challenged them to become more courageous and more open. The Tomorrow Man workshops sought to disrupt the old-school male stereotype that has perpetuated a norm of masculinity that is narrow and does not permit development of healthy emotional traits that strengthen resilience. The workshops include discussion and conversation designed simply to help build emotional muscle. These created an opportunity for the boys to practise speaking about topics with gravity, talking about real issues with complex, human layers, topics that require depth of thought and offer emotional intensity. By helping our boys become more emotionally connected and flexible versions of themselves, we are helping them become men, capable of thriving and flourishing, tomorrow. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9-10)

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IN MAY 2019, A SMALL GROUP OF BGS BOYS FLEW OVER THE TORRES STRAIT TO PAPUA NEW GUINEA AND TOUCHED DOWN IN POPONDETTA WHERE THEY WOULD STAY FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Our task was helping build pews for the Martyrs School that had unfortunately had an incident where the boys’ dormitory burnt down. Despite this tragic event, the children and teachers were still cheerful and welcoming. As well as living amongst the students, the BGS team got firsthand experience of the culture and living style. We tried a large amount of new foods, some were delicious like the rambutan which was a small sweet fruit that everyone loved. However, some foods didn’t get the same reaction, like the Pit-Pit which was the stamen of a local flower. For our personal hygiene, we washed in the river behind the mission house and had to run down stairs at night to fill up a bucket if you wanted to use the toilet. We joined in classes with the local students, learning how they saw the world. All the boys improved their wood working skills and their resilience having to work through some of the hottest tropical weather we had ever experienced. At the end of the first week we were all puffed and needed a break after all these challenges, so we all hopped into the truck and drove over to a beautiful beach only an hour and a half away. On the last night, the children came to our house to say their goodbyes and gave us many gifts, from bags, to necklaces to hats. We flew back to Melbourne having experienced something that changed our lives forever. John Hollway Year 9

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FIRST HORIZON THIS YEAR BRIGHTON GRAMMAR CAME TOGETHER FOR THE INAUGURAL YEAR 10 FIRST HORIZON PROGRAM. The program marks the transition of our boys into emerging young men. It is a celebration for our community that honours the boys’ achievements and encourages them to create their own unique vision for their future. On a Saturday morning, our Year 10 families met under the oak tree to see off the 85 boys and their adult mentors taking part in the program this year. School Captain Noah McGrath shared his story as the boys headed to Sokil Retreat on the Surf Coast to build their own vision of the men they will become. Through the First Horizon program, we create a space to share our own authentic stories; we build connections, consider and face challenges. We reflect and look inward with honesty, then project forward to think about the future. The program flowed through a process of four days. We came together on Day 1 and built a community, we OGO - 1connected COLOR through stories and activities, set up tents, shared a meal and settled in. Day 2 was challenge day, we played games, discussed the challenges we face and the boys took part in the overnight challenge. Sunrise on Day 4 marked the First Horizon. After a long night, the boys were woken early by their mentors and we climbed the hill together to witness the moment that marked the beginning of the boys’ journey as young men. Then we spent the day in celebration: celebrating our young men’s individual talents, strengths and the transition they had undertaken. The day culminated with ‘Horizon Fest’. We were treated with performances from each House group as well as Mackenzie McGrath, Pearson Grant, our facilitators, a dance and ceremony lead by Wathaurong man Jordy Edwards, and the slick sounds of Franjapan (a band two members of our IT department play in). A highlight that will stick with me was the performance of our very own Christian Machar (what happens at Horizon Fest stays at Horizon Fest). Day 4 was our final day where we committed to projecting forward, after all the stories and experiences the new young men had a chance to think about and articulate their own, unique vision of themselves in the future.

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When we returned to the oak tree for the Blazer Presentation on Tuesday afternoon, a shift had occurred. The 2019 Year 12s had gone and the 2020 Year 11s were welcomed back as young men by the new Year 12s. It was a powerful four days, bringing our community closer together to support our new young men to become the best version of themselves as successful, good men.   James Hilditch Indigenous and Cultural Development Coordinator


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JUNIOR SCHOOL HOUSE COMPETITION Junior School House Sports is always a highlight for boys in Prep to Year 6 as Houses compete for the Pemberton Shield. The award is named after Mr R L Pemberton in recognition of his outstanding contribution and service to the life of Brighton Grammar School as a student (OB 1971) and teacher. In 2019, the boys participated in Tabloid Sports, Cross Country, Athletics and Swimming. Following the success of the Prep – Year 2 Swimming Carnival last year, our younger boys were once again able to represent their House in the competition. The taste of healthy competition and team sportsmanship was evident with the older boys leading their Houses in cheering and supporting their fellow team mates, regardless of where they placed. It is clear that, even from a young age, the Junior School boys are demonstrating the ability to have a strong sense of connection with their House group. House Cross Country is always an opportunity for boys to test their determination and perseverance, which they did with great confidence. Our youngest runners were supported by older boys to ensure everyone successfully made it across the finish line. It was evident at the Athletics Carnival the boys’ level of engagement and participation. With great maturity, they have collectively accepted that they don’t have to the best or be first – through the encouragement of staff and boys, they have realised that by doing their own ‘best’ is the most rewarding sense of achievement of all. Glenn Garland Junior School PE Teacher, APS Sport Coordinator

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2019 INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS SWIMMING Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Leo Lin William Tan Austin Taleb Hamish Featherston

CROSS COUNTRY Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Charlie Anderson Hudson Hallinan Eli Botha Will Rattray

ATHLETICS Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Charlie Anderson Mitchell Carney Oliver Chernikeeff Jake Ring


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WINNERS!

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ARMSTRONG THIS YEAR SAW THE PRIVILEGE OF LEADING ARMSTRONG HOUSE REST UPON THE SHOULDERS OF MYSELF AND TWO EXCELLENT VICE CAPTAINS: JAMES PROVIS AND MATTHEW YOUNG. Each of us bought something unique to the House and worked towards empowering each boy to bring his voice forward. Effort and respect for the House were an integral focus for the year, and I was surprised time and time again by the ability of the boys to rise to new challenges. The 2019 Armstrong charity drive was particularly successful and a point of pride, as boys devoted their time, energy and diverse talents to support Sleeping Bags for Homelessness, raising almost $3000. We found new ways to expand Armstrong’s achievements, with exemplary efforts in House choral, earning Isaac Burgess the conductor’s award. Armstrong enjoyed its annual House soccer competition, congratulations to Armstrong 5 for taking home the trophy. The Armstrong ethos this year was, regardless of the odds of success, that each boy would relish the chance to participate with the House and to help those standing with them on the sidelines. I hope this ideal remains a part of Armstrong House for years to come and wish those who take up the mantle of House Captain next year all the best of luck. Harry Barden Armstrong House Captain 2019

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CROWTHER THE RACE FOR THE COCK HOUSE CUP RAN RIGHT TO THE LINE THIS YEAR, LIFTING OUR INTENSITY OF EFFORT. Now a Secondary School Cock House Cup, Year 7 and 8 events were incorporated for the first time. Crowther finished in chess first overall, led by the Year 7s and 8s and Victor Lou in Year 10. Points for academic effort also saw us ranked first and provided us a welcome edge. Our streak of five consecutive swimming championships looked set to extend to an amazing six, built in part by wonderful swims from Joe Catalano, Kristian Kortge and Lachlan Paino and Charlie Durkin. However, we failed to field two relay teams and allowed Rofe to break our hold on the Cup. Third placing came in the choral event, in which Year 12 Jack Wyss also took out the ‘House Spirit Award’ for his tireless efforts in coaching us all to sing George Harrison’s Here Comes the Sun. House athletics saw us come third. Aidan Nicholls was awarded Year 12 Champion and later placed third in the BGS Gift handicap sprint. Crowther took a lead in lifting the awareness of the fundraising for Martyrs Memorial School in Papua New Guinea. With Rofe House, the leaders, along with Jake Mongey, Luke Hart and Charlie Durkin, presented a Martyrs Day House Chapel Service. Vice Captains Aidan Nicholls and Brock Jackson were ever dependable leaders, organisers and role models. Captain Josh Le Grice commanded the respect of this peers and helped Crowther have high participation rates. Thank you to Nancy Ting for great service as a House tutor for the last eight years.

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DIXON DIXON HOUSE PERFORMED WELL IN ALL HOUSE COMPETITIONS AND WE ANNOUNCED OURSELVES AS A REAL CHALLENGER FOR THE COCK HOUSE CUP IN FUTURE YEARS. From the start of the year, the House was excited with the idea of performing better than 2018 and Dixon boys always found a way to put their hands up to represent the House in all competitions. We dominated the team sports competitions with outstanding results in streetball, futsal and touch rugby and all Dixon boys should take pride in their immense contributions to a great and successful year. Although falling short on occasions, Dixon was able to translate its unrivalled culture and hunger for success into an outcome that should fill every Duke with pride. This year, there has been much more interaction between year levels, with the Year 11s and 12s taking the initiative to get to know the boys in Years 7−10. Hopefully this fosters a culture that will build on the successful results for Dixon. Thank you to all students who participated in House events, especially the Year 12s for their dedication to the House. My thanks to Vice Captains Hayden Mitchell and Caspar Tremlett for their leadership. It was a great pleasure to be Captain of Dixon House. I will always look back on this part of School with pride. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for this great House. Louis Butler Dixon House Captain 2019

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HANCOCK HANCOCK HOUSE HAS HAD A VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR, BUILT FROM THE MENTORING FROM OLDER BOYS, AND THE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION FROM EVERY HOUSE MEMBER. I feel very privileged and honoured to have been given the opportunity to captain Hancock House; however, I was not the only person who had the opportunity to show leadership. Throughout the year, it was great to see more senior members of Hancock House captain different teams, whether it be debating, futsal, basketball and even House choral.

Ultimately, the leadership shown by the students could not compare to that of our leader Ms Adem, who once again proved that she is the most dedicated and caring Head of House. A surprising highlight of the year was watching the boys run the annual House athletics bake stall. I believe that, at this event, the spirit of Hancock was encapsulated, as every boy contributed and offered to help, even though baking proved to be a challenge for most. On behalf of the 2019 Hancock Year 12s, I thank all the Hancock boys and tutors for making our time at the School memorable. I encourage all boys in Hancock to get involved in all House activities, and make the most of their time at BGS. Go Cockers! Harrison Preston Hancock House Captain 2019

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ROFE ROFE HAS CELEBRATED ONE OF ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEARS IN HISTORY. After coming second in the Cock House Cup in 2018, the boys of Rofe were eager and determined to take out our second ever victory in the history of the School. We started the year very strong with some of our best performances in the main House activities including: winning House swimming for the first time in history, winning House singing for the second year in a row, and placing second in House athletics. These results are arguably some of our best performances in House events in the recent years and I commend all boys who took part. Rofe’s efforts in chess, debating, the House portrait, and the House quizzes certainly didn’t go unnoticed and my thanks to those boys who volunteered their time for these House events. Thank you to the Rofe staff and tutors for their work this year, especially Mr Rodwell who took on the role of Head of House in his first year at the School. It has been a pleasure to lead Rofe House which has a very strong cohort of boys and will undoubtedly be tough to beat in the years to come! Felix Flockart Rofe House Captain 2019

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SCHOOL THE BOYS THIS YEAR HAVE BUILT A FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS IN SCHOOL HOUSE FOR YEARS TO COME. Starting the year off with a literal high, all of School House Year 12s, for the first time in the history of the Big Fella journey, made it to the top of Mt. Bogong. With this momentum, the boys hit the ground running, with very strong results in House streetball, futsal, rowing and touch football. It was great to see the older boys support the Year 7s and 8s in these events, connecting our Urwin Centre boys with students at the St Andrew’s end. The New Year also brought us Mr Forbes as the new Head of House, with Mr Sabaratnam and Ms MacDonald joining on as House Tutors who, together with Ms Atchison, Mr Csaszer, Ms Duckham, Ms Counihan, have supported the boys throughout the year. It has been great to witness the younger students demonstrate the potential for School House to excite and inspire with their skills, hopefully leading to further improvement in events in the future. School House students from Years 7–12 have always been keen to help out with BBQs and other activities, allowing boys to interact meaningfully with those from different levels in their house. My thanks to staff and students who have contributed to School House, by creating an environment where boys have unlocked their own dance through belonging and participation in House events. I look forward to hearing of the successes of School House in the coming years. Jamie Tzimas School House Captain 2019

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BGS SPORT This year, the School introduced a revamped structure for BGS Sport, with the introduction of a Sport Administration Coordinator (Andrea Barlow), Director of Coaching (Simon McPhee) and Head of Strength and Conditioning (Ian Miller). This trio brings a wealth of experience and has helped ensure that boys, staff and coaches continue to be well-resourced, on and off the field. I have been immensely proud of more than 900 Years 7–12 boys who represent BGS each week across our 18 sports. They have enjoyed a number of facility upgrades, including significant improvements to our basketball court, Mitchell Oval, Crowther Oval, Wilson Rec and our swimming pool which will reopen in 2020. Breaking new ground by utilising external facilities such as Firbank Grammar’s pool, Trevor Barker Oval and the

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Dendy Park Futsal courts has also enhanced our boys’ BGS Sport experience. We also look forward to the introduction of the new BGS Sport uniform in 2020, launched at the APS Athletics Finals in October. I thank the Sport staff and coaches who put in an enormous amount of time and energy behind the scenes to ensure a quality experience for the boys; they are the backbone of our program. Tim Marshall Director of Sport


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CRICKET YEAR 5 The Year 5 Cricket teams had a highly successful first season of APS Sport. The boys worked hard in the nets at each training session, honing their batting, bowing and fielding techniques. The A Team showed good discipline and support for one another during the matches. Highlights included a tough, down-to-the-wire loss against Scotch College and a high scoring win over St Kevin’s on their turf. The Most Outstanding Player was Joe Lewis and the Best Team Player was Tom Hara. The B Team had a strong focus on teamwork skills and the support of their bowlers with their efforts in field. A number of players made significant strides, earning them a call up to the A team. Harvey Schultz won the Most Outstanding Player for the Bs, with his batting skills in our opening game helping us to a narrow victory. Luke Ferdinands led the team and was also the recipient of the Best Team Player award. Michael Stephens and Hamish Leahy Cricket Coaches (Year 5)

YEAR 6 The 6A Cricket team participated in interesting games, with close victories, a game postponed due to a school evacuation drill and another one delayed due to a huge rain shower. The boys worked hard as a team and always played the game the BGS way – with great sportsmanship and support of their mates and opponents. Lachie Reid was awarded Best Player and Ned Bailey was awarded Best Team Player. The 6B team continued to display a positive approach to their games and training and they were rewarded with some great results. Once again the BGS way was on display as the boys worked together to help each other develop their understanding and skills in Cricket. Rishi Mahendranathan was awarded the Best Player, while Ollie Sutherland was awarded Best Team Player. Luke Fensling and Dean Bryan Cricket Coaches (Year 6)

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SECONDARY SCHOOL In 2019, under the student leadership of Max James and Aiden Nicholls, the First XI set a positive tone for the entire BGS Cricket club to follow. There was a refreshing emphasis on the importance of respect as a value to drive our participation in the game – respect for our team mates, opposition, and umpires. This season, the parent group embraced the name of the TomsMcPhee Club, named after Peter Toms and Gary McPhee, the two longest serving (and most successful) First XI coaches at BGS. The club made a significant contribution to all levels of Cricket this season, with morning and afternoon teas, volunteer scorers and BGS branded kit bags for the players. Two key functions were introduced– the current First XI versus an Old Boys team (won by the First XI in a tight contest) and a Captains Lunch where past BGS Cricket captains were invited to Annandale to watch the First play. On field, performances were solid if not spectacular. The School has supported Cricket with new practice and centre wicket facilities; the Crowther Oval is now a pristine surface on which to play. The platform for future success is laid, good luck to all who are fortunate enough to be involved. Peter Shepard Director of Cricket

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ROWING THERE ARE FOUR MOMENTS THAT HELP DEFINE THE 2019 ROWING SEASON. THE HUDSON PROJECT An initiative to raise $60,000 for the boat that the First VIII rowed this season, 84 donors raised the money in 24 hours.

1ST VIII CREW The First VIII crew had an incredibly successful season, competing in 63 races in every boat class available. The crew placed second at the Head of the River and the Australian National Championships, and attained gold medals in the U19 Pair and Four at Nationals.

CELEBRATING ACHIEVEMENT Our School, supporters, parents, alumni and fellow Tonners celebrated every stroke of every crew throughout the season.

ALUMNI SPIRIT The 51st Meliora Dinner captured the great spirit of our club, from 1959 rower Ian Kerr to the 2018 leavers attending their first dinner. My thanks to teaching staff and coaches, especially the late Sandy Mitchell who was on this journey with me since the beginning and Aleks Kulesza, as President of the Meliora Club for the past two seasons. We are all Tonners for life as our creed states: ‘We have unparalled comradery and community, we are cohesive, passionate and support each other, we are fearless, we do not stop, we cannot be beaten.’ Richard Bartlett Director of Rowing

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APPLY YOURSELF WITH ALL YOUR HEART AND SOUL TO THE PROGRAM AND THEN, WIN, LOSE OR DRAW, BE ABLE TO REFLECT BACK ON THE SEASON WITH A GREAT SENSE OF PRIDE AND ACHIEVEMENT’ NICK LLOYD

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SAILING ALONGSIDE TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS, STRONG PARTICIPATION ACROSS ALL SAILING DIVISIONS WAS A CONSTANT THEME OF THE 2018/2019 SEASON.

Replicating last season’s results always presented as a challenge for BGS Sailing, with our top three skippers graduating. However, led by James Provis and Lachie Caldwell, the BGS Sailing team began a new age by producing some remarkable results. BGS had three teams competing at the School Team Sailing State Competition, demonstrating the growing depth in the program. The Division 2 team were runners-up and the Division 1 team won back-to-back School Team Sailing Championships, and a three-peat of the John Middleton Cup (overall winner from the regular season’s regattas). The BGS Division 1 team qualified for School Team Sailing Nationals, held at Hobart in June. Light winds and strong currents proved to be testing conditions for our sailors, as we finished 11th in what would be a most valuable experience for our boat-handling skills. As a sailing community, our thanks and best wishes to the departing James Provis (Captain) and Sam Mackay (Head Coach). Thank you to coaches (and Old Boys) Tom Trotman and Ethan O’Brien for their energy and guidance this year. With sailing numbers increasing, we look ahead to the 2019/2020 season with much eagerness. Robert Hayward Head of Sailing

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SWIMMING JUNIOR SCHOOL ‘Streamline off the wall!’ reminded Nic each Monday at training. Streamlining was the primary focus this term as boys pushed their way to improved times. The 2019 season was jam-packed with traditions. Meeting at Trent’s Tree was one of them. Copying Cooper and Caelan’s flawless style was another. Relay meets, as always, were fun and fostered team spirit among the boys, however, this year’s program consisted mainly of individual meets. The advantage of this is that times were gathered and many personal bests achieved. Improvements were notable. Cooper Chilcott was awarded Year 6 Best Swimmer and Kyle Hearne was named as Best Team Swimmer. In the Year 5 age group, Caelan Mackay was awarded Best Swimmer and Christian Field was named Best Team Swimmer. Thanks to Nic Findeisen for coaching the boys each Monday. Cindy van Dijk and Cathy Box Swimming Coaches (Years 5–6)

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SECONDARY SCHOOL It was an electric season for the Swimming Squad that saw high participation numbers matched by high team spirit. Lead by Captain Harrison Preston, the season kicked off with a training camp in Queenscliff where the cross age Years 7–12 squad began to bond together as a team. Back at School, there were upwards of 50 boys in the BGS pool for training, flowing into some thrilling Saturday meets where we often dominated the competition. The pinnacle of the season was APS Finals night where added depth in the squad with strong Year 7 numbers helped us to move from 8th to 6th place overall this year. Noteworthy performances included 1st place for Lachlan Jackett-Simpson in the Under 17 200m Freestyle event, and 1st place for the Under 13 4x50 Freestyle relay team. My thanks to our wonderful parents for supporting the boys at training and fixtures and for the Thursday morning barbeque breakfasts, and to Sean Bryant and Alison Wigg for their assistance with the program. Finally, to our superb coaching team Nicholas Findeisen and Jason Cooper, your commitment and coaching has ensured each swimmer in our squad has had every opportunity to achieve his personal best. Katie White Teacher In Charge, Swimming

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DIVING THE BGS DIVING SQUAD WAS PLEASED TO AGAIN TAKE UP RESIDENCY AT MSAC UNDER THE TUTORAGE OF COACH MONICA FLY, WITH TRAINING SESSIONS ON THURSDAY EVENINGS AND SUNDAY MORNINGS. Weekly competitions gave the boys a chance to hone their skills, with a number of younger boys new to the sport improving markedly throughout Term 1. Our 5th place at the APS Diving Finals (just 0.5 of a point off 4th!) was testament to the boys’ hard work throughout the season. Of particular note was the performances of Captain Luca Jarvis (2nd in Open A), Luca Dixon (2nd in U15B) and Tommy Keyte (3rd in U14A). Kristian Foster and Ethan Gendala also secured 4th place finishes on the night. We thank Andrea Hayes for her passion and direction of the Diving program in recent years as this was her final season as Teacher in Charge. Andrea’s knowledge of the boys and constant encouragement is a well-known ingredient in the squad’s ongoing success on the diving boards. Tim Marshall Director of Sport

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TENNIS JUNIOR SCHOOL YEAR 5 The Year 5/6 Tennis team was filled with numerous excitable and enthusiastic students ready to experience their first term of APS Sport. Organisation, respect and sportsmanship were three key themes that the boys demonstrated each week at training and matches. Our team was made up of talented players, who knew the game well, and boys who had never picked up a racquet before. Building upon skills with clear instructions and demonstrations, then putting that knowledge into games like ‘King’, was enjoyable for all. Sebastian Liddle won Most Outstanding Player and Luca Cleret won Best Team Player. Leo Reeve won Most Outstanding Player in the combined 5/6 Tennis team.

YEAR 6 With a large number of boys selecting Tennis in 2019, we had a Year 6 team and a combined Year 5/6 team. Players worked hard throughout training sessions to improve their stroke technique and doubles play, with a particular focus on serving, returning and volleying. Led by some of the more experienced players including Luca New, Charlie Sabin, Ben Ride and Declan McCormack, the boys challenged themselves once the games began to apply these skills in the true spirit of competition. There were many highlights including some close victories as well as some narrow defeats. Luca New won Most Outstanding Player and Bowen Ke won Best Team Player. Andrew Zhang won Best Team Player in the combined 5/6 team. Jacqui Stenniken, Stuart Thompson and Rob Bater Tennis Coaches (Years 5–6)

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SECONDARY SCHOOL The Tennis program at BGS continues to evolve. We fielded 24 teams with 244 players who were guided by a team of 10 internal coaches, assisted by 13 Old Boy coaches. The 7C, 7D and 8B teams only lost one match each in 2019. Marcus Brittain was judged the Most Valuable Player in Year 7 and Dan Whitson took this honour in Year 8. The 10A and 9A teams faced strong opposition each week and performed creditably. The remaining teams were very competitive and finished their seasons with positive win-loss ratios. The 10Cs in particular showed significant improvement. James McDougall (9A) and Harley Chessells (10A) were named Most Valuable Players. A dedicated core of players in the 3rd, 4th, 6th Blue and 6th Red squads kept their teams afloat. Respect to Carl Rumbens (3rd), Cameron Acheson (4th), Justin Feng (6th Blue) and David Peng (6th Red) on being awarded Best Team Players this year. The second VIII worked very hard on individual development this season. Congratulations to Jordan Segar (MVP), Sam Haddon (Best Team Player) and Spencer Nevett (Rising Star) on their respective awards. The First VIII this season was a settled group that prepared well and were most competitive in fixtures. The team ledger of 3 wins, and 5 losses could easily have been 6-4. Gratitude to Captain Luke Sorensen and Vice-Captain James Konstas and hats off to our award winners: Nate Hollis (Thompson Award), Evan Best (Most Improved), Luke Sorensen (Sportsmanship), and Zach AdamGedge (Champion of Tennis, 2019). Peter Furey Head of Tennis

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TOUCH FOOTBALL

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Year 5 Touch Football was an exciting sport choice for boys as they had to learn to combine speed, game strategy and communication.

The Year 6 boys taking part in Touch Football this term have done a wonderful job in learning new skills in a game which, for some, was completely new. Explaining to new boys that the objective of the team is to move the ball from one end of the field to the other and score, but you have to pass backwards in doing so was foreign for the boys, compared to AFL.

The A team had many exciting matches and victories. Working together was key in order to create their defensive wall and trying to find gaps in the other teams defence to run through. With most players new to the game in the B team, great progress was made in learning the rules and techniques to score tries and win matches. The boys played with good sportsmanship, gradually adding skills and strategies to their gameplay as the season progressed. Aside from the first match, where BGS won against Haileybury 14-0, all other matches were decided by a difference of only one or two tries. The boys enjoyed the fast pace of the game. Most Outstanding Players were awarded to Caelan Mackay and Mara Lovett-Murray, and Best Team Players awarded to Will Saadie and Leo Reeve. Jacqui Stenniken and Michael Stephens Touch Football Coaches (Year 5)

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At training, both Year 6 teams worked enthusiastically to develop their skills in passing, moving the ball down a line and learning plays that change the direction of the ball. The teams have played a number of very competitive games this season against other APS schools, winning some, losing others and playing out a few drawn matches. After games it has been great to reflect upon and then focus on skills that need improving in training the following week. Most Outstanding Players were awarded to Carter Russell and Daniel Cameron, with Best Team Player awards going to Luke Sexton and Rishi Mahendranathan. Overall, it has been amazing to see the boys' skills develop over the term of playing Touch and they should be commended for their efforts! Rob Bater and Christian Carnovale Touch Football Coaches (Year 6)


SECONDARY SCHOOL It was another strong year for Brighton Grammar’s Touch Football teams in 2019. The U15 boys won the Touch Football Victoria Schools Eastern U15 Plate and Championship and the Touch Football and Victoria Schools U15 state championship. As well, the Senior boys were crowned Victorian Schools Touch Football League Division 2 Champions. Brighton Grammar sent two squads to play in the Touch Football Victoria Schools Eastern U15 competition in March. BGS Red competed in the Plate competition and played superbly well, winning all games and the Plate competition outright. BGS Blue played in the Championship division and produced scintillating displays to reach the final, outplaying McKinnon Secondary by six tries to one.

BGS Blue then competed in the Touch Football Victoria U15 State finals later that month, competing against the best of the rest from around the State. BGS Blue was victorious in the final, winning by five tries to two, which was a first for the School. It was a superb achievement by the team; all team members played with passion and commitment. The Senior boys were crowned Victorian Schools Touch Football league Division 2 Champions and the Year 7 and 8 sides finished second and third in the Eastern division of the State Touch Football Schools Championship. Over 120 students played Touch Football at BGS in 2019, with four Senior Secondary teams and eight Junior Secondary teams. Anthony Keane, Rob Hanley Teachers In Charge, Touch Football GRAMMARIAN 2019

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CROSS COUNTRY JUNIOR SCHOOL

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With the picturesque Brighton foreshore on our doorstep, the Year 5/6 Cross Country teams trained well together in Term 2. Under the expert direction of Old Boy Jack Bullock, the boys trained in groups of five, running from sand to jetty. Relay and interval training was conducted around the Crowther Oval, with the boys challenging each other to cope with the trials of long-distance running.

Cross Country in 2019 saw a small but committed squad of boys improving their endurance week by week under the seasoned eye of former World Champion, Sonia O’Sullivan and our dedicated BGS Cross Country Captain, Tom Bartels. The team trained twice a week throughout the season, often in rain, hail and some thin, winter sunshine.

Will Rattray and Eli Botha (Most Outstanding Runners, Years 5 and 6) demonstrated strong leadership. Supported by Best Team Runners from Years 5 and 6, Leo Reeve and Conrad Retschko, the boys provided each other with support and encouragement throughout the season. Finishing in fine Cross Country tradition, the runners were rewarded with carrots for their final race of the season. Cathy Box and Cindy van Dijk Cross Country Coaches (Years 5–6)

One of the best results of the year was Harrison Chapman’s rise. Having never raced in an APS Cross Country event, he gave the competition a shock, appearing in a flash of navy and red in the Top 50 in Geelong, then the Top 30 at Warringal and Albert Park, and finally the Top 20 at Yarra Bend in the last round of the season. Tom Bartels’ leadership was a highlight of the year, earning him the Coach’s Award for 2019. Although injured, he attended every APS event with the BGS marquee, riding a bike during training when unable to run, and inspiring younger boys to train harder and for longer. Most Improved Runner was awarded to Tom Field, and the Spirit of Cross Country Award to Harry Penwright. Yvette Radas Teacher In Charge, Cross Country

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HOCKEY YEAR 5 HOCKEY A small but committed Year 5 Hockey team worked extremely hard to develop skills and teamwork throughout the 2019 season. The group improved each week, focusing on high-pressure defensive play, hard work through the midfield and an attacking forward line. Tom Anderson was the recipient of the Most Outstanding Player Award with Anthony Tian receiving the Best Team Player Award.

YEAR 6 HOCKEY The Year 6 Hockey team worked well together this year, building on the skills and understanding of the rules and tactics of Hockey begun last year. Led by Harvey Newstead, Harry Denning, Conrad Retschko and Kylan Thompson, the team developed over the season. With the hard running of Shau-En Usher, the fearless defence of Corey Gendala, Aidan Hearne and Huw Thomas, and the goalkeeping of Frazer Smith, the team was hard to score against. Most importantly, the boys displayed amazing sportsmanship over the entire season. A highlight of the season was playing at the State Netball and Hockey Centre, especially when the sprinklers came on! Stuart Thompson and Rebekah Ashcroft Hockey Coaches (Years 5–6)

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SECONDARY SCHOOL The 2019 Hockey season was a great success with strong participation, passion and a drive to improve. In Term 1, we saw record numbers attend pre-season training, with over 30 boys joining in from Years 8–12. This helped set the scene for a season with high levels of participation and more consistency across the year levels. Another positive was First XI Head Coach, Josh Bretherton, and Assistant Coach, Brad Marais, attending many of the training sessions for the Years 7–10 Hockey teams. As a result, younger year levels have had earlier exposure to gameplay and systems used in senior teams. This will reap rewards in future years with boys transitioning more smoothly as they elevate to those senior teams. Craig Marais, Captain of the First XI, led the team well in a busy year of personal sporting achievements for him. These have ranged from captaining the Australian U18 Hockey Team to being the youngest player selected in the Melbourne Hockey Club, Victoria’s most senior team. We are looking forward to continued improvement in the Hockey program in 2020. Patrick Sanders Teacher in Charge, Hockey

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AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL (AFL) THIS YEAR, THE 6A AND 6B FOOTBALL TEAMS PARTICIPATED IN A NUMBER OF CHALLENGING CONTESTS OVER THE COURSE OF THE SEASON. The commitment was evident at every training session, where boys came together, as one, to support and encourage each other to be the best. The 6A Football team had a tough year, with some crushing losses, some close wins and an interesting game of ‘three-quarters’ where the howling win at Xavier was hard to overcome. The consistently high level of skill displayed by Jody Cripps, Jake Ring, Hamish Featherston and Carter Russell was ably supported by the courage and determination of Ollie Sutherland, Max Pihan, Oscar Ettershank and Lachie Reid. Most importantly, the way the boys handled themselves – win, lose or draw – was a testament to their good sportsmanship and understanding of the BGS way. This year, the 6B Football team displayed a gritty approach to each game. They worked hard as a team: with passion, integrity and a respectful approach to team mates, opposition and umpires. With many of the boys learning how to play AFL for the first time, the team was able to develop as one, and support each other in their learning. The hard work of Fletcher Brougham, Noah Walton and Will Bennett, was supported ably by the emerging skills of Addison Amor, the run of Luke Connolly and the courage of Jarvis Rowe. Luke Fensling and Stuart Thompson Football Coaches (Year 6)

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IT WAS WONDERFUL TO BE BACK ON THE CROWTHER, WITH FULL USE OF THE NEW ANNANDALE PAVILION, FOR THE 2019 APS FOOTBALL SEASON. Although the First XVIII achieved mixed results, in what was quite a frustrating season, there was certainly much to celebrate within our Football program throughout other year levels. The 7A team, led by Lenny Hofmann and Zach Travers, went through the season undefeated, playing an incredible brand of Football. We look forward to watching them progress over the forthcoming seasons. Similarly, the 9As, captained by Jamie Hope, had a terrific season, experiencing only one defeat. Thanks to the coaches, staff and Old Boys for the time and effort invested throughout the season, the players for the passion they show when representing the School, and to the parents, in particular the Dalziel Club, for their unwavering support. This year was, in many ways, a year of transition, with new coaches in place and new structures implemented. There is plenty to look forward to in 2020, with training and preparation already well under way. James Harrod Teacher In Charge, Football

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RUGBY THIS YEAR’S RUGBY SEASON KICKED OFF WITH TWO SEPARATE PRE-SEASON CAMPS: YEARS 7–9 TASMANIA TOUR AND THE SENIOR ANGLESEA PRESEASON CAMP. These camps gave all Rugby boys an opportunity to engage in high-intensity training and development with a range of coaches through different methods. In Tasmania, the Under 14s and 15s had good wins in their fixtures against the Hutchins School, who were incredibly generous in their hospitality in hosting us and helping organise the tour. At Anglesea, the senior boys prepared for the season, and in the weeks that followed, performed well in the pre-season fixtures that were organised. A notable highlight was the internal trial match, where the boys squared off against each other, and left nothing on the pitch! Like any Rugby season, there were many notable performances and events. The Under 13 and 14 sides showed that, in the future, they will be a force to be reckoned with, whilst the Under 15s continued their development towards First XV Rugby. The Rugby Presentation Night and Dinner was the perfect way to farewell our departing Year 12s in a formal setting, which was followed by the annual House Rugby 7s the next day. Joshua Moore Teacher In Charge, Rugby

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SOCCER YEAR 5 SOCCER The Year 5 Soccer teams had an eventful and enjoyable season. The A team was strong, with players able to command possession of the ball both in defence and attack. This resulted in many games won with a flurry of goals and a healthy score line in our favour. The B team found hitting the back of the net a challenge. However, the boys’ energy and willingness to improve their skills saw score margins drop which was a real credit to their tenacity. Firsts Soccer Coach, Kogu Sabaratnam, along with some of our First Soccer players, ran skill and coaching sessions which helped to develop the boys’ technical proficiency and deepen their knowledge of the game.

YEAR 6 SOCCER If there was one, the team spirit trophy would be awarded to the Year 6 Soccer team in 2019.  Despite only winning one game this season, our team spirit remained high. At the end of each game, the BGS boys came together to celebrate achievements and to give each other support and encouragement for the following game.

Domenic Todarello and Tom Hara were named Most Outstanding Player and Best Team Player for the A team. Nic Hewison and Arthur Coste earned those awards for the B team.

The boys were fortunate to be trained under the expert guidance of the First XI, Year 12 Soccer boys and veteran Soccer player, Christian Carnovale. Our Most Outstanding Players were Edward Mitrevski and Harry Heaselgrave. Luke Sexton and Thomas Lipovetski achieved Best Team Player in 6A and 6B Soccer teams respectively.

Michael Stephens and Cindy van Dijk Soccer Coaches (Year 5)

Cathy Box Soccer Coach (Year 6)

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SECONDARY SCHOOL The 2019 Soccer season was another great one for BGS United. Importantly, the season saw the relaunch of our parents’ group with an official season launch function and a parents’ function at the end of the season. It was great to see high participation levels from parents but we hope for even broader involvement across all year levels in 2020. On field, the year was moderately successful with the Firsts team under the strong leadership of Noah McGrath finishing middle of the table. However, the number of non-Year 12 players performing well bodes well for the future. The highlight of the season, as always, was the marquee Friday night game on the Mitchell and the tremendous support provided by the Tonners. The Year 9 and 10 teams experienced a high level of success and the comradery shown by the boys was something to behold. The Year 7 and 8 teams played well, but are hoping for more on field success next year. Overall, the passion for representing the School that the boys showed across the year levels, and their on field conduct, was outstanding as was the commitment of the coaches. Alan Wilkes Teacher In Charge, Soccer GRAMMARIAN 2019

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SNOWSPORTS BGS Snowsports has again performed at an exceptionally high standard, with the most successful season ever in 2019. The School was represented by 58 boys competing from Years 1–12 in the Victorian Interschools at Mt Buller, with 32 boys qualifying for the Australian Interschool Championships. The exceptional results led Brighton Grammar to place third as a junior boys’ school. Toby Jones, Max Mailing, Hudson Hallinan and Harrison Charlton in Division 5 (Years 3–4) won bronze in the Alpine Giant Slalom (GS) with Toby awarded individual bronze. Corey Gendala, Leonardo Grollo and Christian Field won team bronze in Division 4 (Years 5–6) Moguls. Jake Ring, Jake Charlton and Thomas McMullen won a team silver in Division 4 Snowboard Cross and another team silver in Snowboard GS. In Slopestyle, Ethan Gendala won gold individually in Division 2 (Years 9–10), Daniel Smith won an individual silver in Division 1 (Years 11–12) and Max Nannes won individual bronze in Division 3 (Years 7–8). Noah Hunt joined Ethan Gendala to take out the team bronze in Division 2. The Division 2 Snowboard team of Flynn Cooper, Harrison Thom and Christian Paice placed third as a team in Snowboard Cross, with Flynn Cooper taking out the event with an incredible individual gold. Finally, Noah Jones, Thomas Bartels and Jack Daymon won bronze in the incredibly competitive Division 1 Alpine Giant Slalom (GS). Mathew Steed Teacher In Charge, Snowsports

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ATHLETICS JUNIOR SCHOOL We were fortunate to have had a talented team of runners join the APS Athletics team this year. Not only was there a lot of talent but also a lot of depth. Duncan Mackinnon Athletics Track was our venue for two meets and Sandringham Athletics Track for the rest. The APS decided we would run hurdles this year, which proved to be particularly popular among the boys. We were lucky to have Jake Ring, an APS gold medallist, in the hurdles to lead by example and show the other boys the correct style. The 100m sprints were the weekly favourite and were used to set up teams for the relays, where we shone, winning many of our relay races. Congratulations to Jake Ring and Oliver Chernikeeff on winning Most Outstanding Athlete and to Jake Charlton and Henry Thomas for receiving the Best Team Athlete Award.

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SECONDARY SCHOOL This season has been one of sportsmanship and true demonstration of our School values of integrity, respect, passion and accountability. A number of Year 7 and 8 boys competed in the APS Junior Finals on the Wednesday preceding the senior finals with some excellent results and PBs. At the APS Senior Finals in October, the boys battled tricky and unpredictable conditions and Brighton Grammar finished 6th, with St Kevin’s winning the premiership. Congratulations to Vuna Ofahengaue who recorded another APS Record in the U16 Discus. Tristan Orb is also commended for winning both the U15 high jump and long jump. Caden Arnold, Tommy Breen and Tom Marriot made significant contributions in middle distance, sprints and relays. Jackson Sweet earned the BF Mathews Perpetual Trophy for the third year in a row. Thank you to Captain Aidan Nicholls and Vice Captains Ben Fisher, Jackson Sweet and Chris Valcanis as well as the amazing 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. A particular thank you to our Director of Coaching, Simon McPhee. Meg Adem Teacher in Charge, Athletics

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BASKETBALL JUNIOR SCHOOL YEAR 5

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Basketball was a very popular sporting choice in 2019, generating four full teams.

Basketball continued to be popular within the Year 6 cohort and the School was able to field four teams each week in the APS competition.

Week in and week out, the boys adapted to playing in different teams with different boys, based on their skills and abilities, behaviour and organisation. The boys learned how to play zone defence, man-onman defence, turning and blocking the shooter, stealing and how to protect the ball while dribbling. A main focus was on their ability to bend their knees and spin the ball backwards for jump shots. All boys showed a tremendous amount of improvement throughout the season and should be proud of their efforts. Most Outstanding Player for each team was awarded to Jack Curwood, Luca Cleret, Zac Mongey and Bolin Chen. Best Team Player for each team was awarded to Sandro Macnab, Angus Beaton, Neo Yan and Christian Field. Well done to all boys for a great basketball season. Hamish Leahy and Jacqui Stenniken Basketball Coaches (Year 5)

The experience and skill level ranged from those boys who play representative basketball at a very high level, those who play in local domestic competitions to those who have never played basketball before, and players were grouped and coached with boys of similar ability. All the boys trained eagerly each week. The coaches were impressed with the cohesion of each team and the boys demonstrated teamwork and team-spirit during training and matches. All the teams experienced winning this season and many games were very close. The focus was on sportsmanship, commitment to the team and second efforts on the court. All the coaches were very impressed with the effort shown by the boys in all the teams throughout the season. The following boys were awarded Most Outstanding Player: 6A Thomas McMullen, 6B Arty Woodward, 6C Carter Russell, and 6D Declan McCormack. Best Team Players were: 6A Hamish Featherston, 6B Alex Gao, 6C Tom Fischer, 6D Ben Ride. Rob Bater and Monica Le Couteur Basketball Coaches (Year 6)

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BASKETBALL Basketball at BGS continues to gain popularity and, for the first time, we had teams competing at every year level. Most teams are coached by Old Boys and Nicole Clark, Simon Maaser, Christian Machar and Cameron Taylor. Four Year 7 teams took the court this season, often coming up against teams twice their height, but still managing to win. The highlight was the 7A team playing their first Friday afternoon game in the BGS Hall and the support they received from the senior Basketball squad. There are many talented players coming through the ranks, and we were able to field A division teams in all year levels. The Firsts Basketball team had a very competitive season in the APS First Division. We could match it with every team when we played our best Basketball, and we were rewarded with good wins against Caulfield and Wesley. A season highlight was a one point loss in double overtime to an excellent Haileybury team, which demonstrated how far we have come as a program. Captain of Basketball Hayden Mitchell had a stellar season, took out the team’s MVP for the second year in a row and was selected in the APS representative team. Cameron Taylor Teacher In Charge, Basketball

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WATER POLO Although the 2019 BGS Water Polo season was short, the boys were intent on developing their skills while representing the School. Each boy in the squad showed commitment by boarding buses early morning and after school at offsite training. The Year 9 teams went from strength to strength each week, with the Year 9 Reds winning all games, except for a nail-biting draw to St Kevin’s in the final game. With the outstanding guidance of Coach Carl Zvekan, the Firsts demonstrated outstanding cohesion as they worked seamlessly together in the pool. Under the captaincy of Max Post, they won five out of their eight games. The Firsts farewelled Year 12 Harrison Mathews at the presentation night, thanking him for his dedication to Water Polo. Another season highlight included Max Post, Ben Paynter and Oliver Robertson representing the APS Squad at MSAC. Overall, this season was an exceptional display of determination and sportsmanship. Jaimi Dawson Teacher In Charge, Water Polo

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VOLLEYBALL YEAR 5

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Volleyball was an extremely popular sport choice for many Year 5 boys this year. We had three teams filled with passionate and hard-working boys, eager to learn more about Volleyball.

It was great to see how popular Volleyball has become within the Year 6 cohort in Term 2 in 2019. This year we were able to field three very competitive teams each week, playing other APS schools at various locations around Melbourne.

Our training sessions involved skill development and match play that the boys thoroughly enjoyed. Many learnt about the importance of team work and communication, and that they will not find success in Volleyball without it. It was rewarding for the boys when they experienced victories in their matches against other schools. Congratulations to Matheus Judah for winning Most Outstanding Player and Tom Hara for winning Best Team Player in the A team. In 5B, Bolin Chen and Matvey Kononchuk won the team awards, and Harry Eyers and Stefan Bandura were awarded for their efforts in the 5C team. Chester Lord, Jacqui Stenniken and Shelly Turek Volleyball Coaches (Years 5–6)

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Each week the Year 6s trained together, focusing on spiking the ball, setting the ball and serving the ball and the boys certainly improved over the term. Early on the boys realised that serving was a very important aspect of the game, one that needed to be practised. As our serving improved, the results from our games improved, winning a majority of the games we played. The coaches were impressed with the cohesion of each team and the boys demonstrated teamwork and teamspirit during training and matches. Special mention to the following boys: Most Outstanding Player 6A Isaac Pels, 6B Aidan Hearne, 6C Corey Gendala. Best Team Player: 6A Frank Wu, 6B Heaselgrave, 6C Thomas Lipovetsky.


GOLF Golf was a popular choice as a replacement sport for Water Polo. The boys practised their putting and driving on a Monday afternoon at training and then each Wednesday at Brighton Golf Course. Under the guidance of PGA professional Zac, they progressed from the putting greens and the driving range to spending time on course. Time on course allowed the boys an opportunity to play a number of holes, learn about club selection, and develop their judgement about the distance to the hole. It also taught the boys to avoid the bunkers wherever possible! Jackson Zhao was awarded the Encouragement Award and Will Church the Most Improved Player. Hamish Leahy Golf Coach

TABLE TENNIS YEARS 5 AND 6 At the start of the season, the Years 5 and 6 Table Tennis teams set a collective goal of continual improvement for each week of training and competition. This goal was reached due to the teams’ enthusiasm and effort. Special mention to the following boys: Lucas Lin, Kenneth Yeung and Jesse Lacey who were awarded Most Outstanding Player for their respective teams. Matheus Judah, Noah Walton and Will Rattray were awarded Best Team Player for their respective teams. Congratulations to all the teams for a most successful season and for representing BGS with passion and pride. Monica Le Couteur, Shelly Turek and Chester Lord Table Tennis Coaches (Years 5 and 6) GRAMMARIAN 2019

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HANDBALL YEAR 5 The Year 5 Handball team can be proud of its efforts this season. The boys improved their passing, defence and teamwork throughout each game and displayed sportsmanship in both victory and defeat. Boys were able to develop their skills and cohesion to implement different strategies into their team play, including negotiating a wall defence that some opposition teams implemented. Many boys were given an opportunity to captain the team and demonstrate leadership qualities, including leading by example, public speaking and organisation skills. All boys are to be congratulated for the improvements they made to their individual skill development and team play. Special mention to Xavier Chepurov who claimed the Most Outstanding Player Award and Lucas Lin for being awarded Best Team Player. Glenn Garland Handball Coach (Year 5)

YEAR 6 The Year 6 Handball team displayed great skills and teamwork each week during the season. Led by Fletcher Brougham, Josh Fletcher, Bowen Ke, Jackson Zhao in goal and the ever-reliable Jerry Mei, the team applied high-pressure defence, which caused opposition turnovers or allowed our boys to intercept. When on offence fast breaks were favoured, culminating in the popular jump shot when shooting at goal. Regardless of the situation, the boys showed great composure and sportsmanship. The Most Outstanding Player Award went to Fletcher Brougham and the Best Team Player Award to Jerry Mei. Chester Lord Handball Coach (Year 6)

BADMINTON YEAR 5 Strong interest in Badminton saw two teams entered in the Year 5 competition, Blue and Red teams. The entire squad was enthusiastic and eager to engage in game play. However, early training sessions were focused on skill development, communication and team skills. The boys worked hard at the various skills of the game including serves, drives and drops. Each Wednesday, they became more independent in playing their matches and rotating to play against a new pair. Congratulations to Danny Du and Lucas Lin who were awarded the Most Outstanding Player Awards and Bolin Chen and John Hall, who received the Best Team Player Awards. Stuart Thompson, Dean Bryan and Shelly Turek Badminton Coaches (Year 5)

SECONDARY SCHOOL A record 11 Badminton teams took to the court this season, with much success. Our combined Years 7 and 8 teams were stationed at Noble Park each Saturday in Term 1 for fixtures against Caulfield and St Kevin’s. This round robin competition is a perfect way for our youngest players to commence their careers. The three combined Years 9 and 10 teams did very well and improved markedly throughout the season. There were a number of first-time players and their improvement by season’s end is very exciting for the future. Our four Open teams announced BGS Badminton as genuine contenders for the APS crown. Our First team, lead by David Li and Johnson Shen, had a great deal of success and finished in the top half of the APS competition. With 12 teams entered for 2020, BGS Badminton continues to grow and flourish under the guidance of a number of staff and external coaches, who we thank for their efforts. Special thanks to Nancy Ting who has been with the Badminton program from its inception. Nancy’s leadership and organisation of teams across all age groups has paved the way for BGS Badminton being the force it is today. Tim Marshall Director of Sport

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Well they say that every cloud has a silver lining. With the swimming pool out of action due to construction works, Lawn Bowls became an option for the Water Polo players. Eleven enthusiastic boys took up the challenge to learn about lawn bowls. While it initially looked like an easy choice, the boys soon discovered that if you did not focus, getting the bowl to do what you wanted was near impossible. With some assistance from club professional, Ivan, the boys soon developed the skills and confidence to bowl with increasing precision. The term ended with the inaugural Fensling Cup, with Matteus Judah, Harvey Newstead and Cooper Chilcott performing particularly well. Luke Fensling Lawn Bowls Coach

FUTSAL The 2018/19 Futsal season was one of near misses and rued opportunities. Despite the Firsts team winning only one game, the boys gave it their all and made the most of their opportunities. The players, led by Captain Noah McGrath and Vice-Captain Ethan Baines, worked hard to develop their skills under the watchful eyes of our two experienced coaches. In the face of adversity, the boys worked together and never gave up, in spite of tough competition and the scoreboard, personifying the Tonners’ spirit. However, our Seconds team was undefeated throughout the season, with a three way tie for leading goal scorer. Although comfortable in matches during the season, the same can’t be said for the Grand Final match with the result undecided until the final seconds. The boys held their nerve and came out champions. All in all, it was a successful season and a positive one for the Futsal program at BGS. Thank you to the parents that travelled to Thomastown to watch the games, and for their involvement and help at the Presentation Night. Zylkade Zekirija Teacher In Charge, Futsal GRAMMARIAN 2019

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ELC 3 BILBY ART EXPLORATION The ELC Art Trail took the Bilby Boys on a journey of self-discovery and into a world of art exploration. Using resources and ideas brought back from their term break, the boys were invited to create an art piece which represented their emotional connection to the world. The boys used their imaginations to plan art projects and then resourced the materials necessary to bring their art to life. The boys explored diverse ways to interpret and represent art. They looked at books and listened to stories that illustrated art in a variety of ways. This inspired dialogues and provoked emotions between the boys, which in turn assisted them to create amazing and unique art pieces. Liz Dendrinos ELC3 Bilby Teacher Â

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CONSTRUCTION AND CREATIVITY Art was a major focus for ELC3 during Term 2. The theme for our Art Trail was ‘Art Lives Here’. In the Wombat Room, we wanted to create a symbolic art piece that reflected what the boys enjoyed engaging with during their day. To scaffold the boys’ learning, staff helped them to use technology as a way to research their ideas. The boys also used photographs and other visuals and chose a selection of materials such as box construction, salt dough, plasticine, painting and various other materials to create their ideas. Each boy thought and planned how he wanted his art piece to come together. Their final creations included dinosaurs, bikes, robots, paintings and even Lady Gaga! It was with great excitement that the boys arrived on the night eager and proud to share their displayed artwork with their parents. Felicity Jones ELC3 Wombat Teacher GRAMMARIAN 2019

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ELC 4 BANDICOOT METAL ART This year’s Art Show celebrated the idea that art lives within each of us. The Bandicoots decided to explore and express art by creating an item using materials made out of metal, which were carefully selected to correspond with each boy’s capabilities and interests. The boys reflected on the feeling they wanted to convey and then began drawing the item they wished to create. ELC educators helped the boys to look at their choices, encouraged them to be flexible in their approach, and guided them to learn new skills and knowledge. Each boy’s uniqueness was acknowledged by recognising individual personalities, capabilities and interests. The Art Show night was a huge success and the end results were absolutely amazing, with each boy happy with what he had achieved. Melissa Manaras ELC4 Bandicoot Teacher

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ELC 4 WALLABY STORIES THROUGH COLLAGE On Mother’s Day this year, the Wallaby class collaged beautiful cellos with their mothers, which led the boys to learn and explore the art of paper collage. This sparked the idea for their ‘Art Trail’, focusing on seasons and storytelling. Each boy chose an old frame after a trip to the Reverse Art Truck and thought about their favourite season. The first step was to decide on background colours to collage the season of their choice. A plan was created to encourage each boy to make his very own story, as creative story telling has been a significant part of the learning in the Wallaby room. This was such a special time to share their imaginations, humour and creativity with the rest of the class. The end result showcased beautifully collaged pieces of art and a wonderful and exciting story to match. Ebony Geilings and Jess Kenny ELC4 Wallaby Teachers GRAMMARIAN 2019

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PREP THE PREP JOURNEY What a journey it has been for the Preps since they walked into the classrooms on their first day. There have been many highlights that will form the foundations for life as a Tonner at BGS. The 100 days of school is their first major Prep milestone; a day to celebrate all the boys have achieved over the sixmonth period. The Preps shared what they thought they will be doing when they are 100 years old, built a tower with 100 blocks, dreamed about all they could buy with $100 and had a 100 themed party with Mr Featherston. Boys have had many sporting opportunities, from termly Tabloid Sports to Cross Country races. For the Preps, it is not only about completing the physical obstacles but about being part of something bigger. By the Athletics Carnival at the end of the year, the Preps had their cheering skills down pat and their shouts of encouragement could be heard across the Crowther Oval. As part of their unit on Transport, Prep students were visited by the fire brigade. Boys explored inside the fire truck and even had a turn at the firehose. In Term 3, the boys had some very special visitors. Ten eggs sat very still at the back of the classroom and the boys watched them hatch and grow into small, fluffy baby chickens. Boys observed and recorded the changes and were able to interact with the chicks daily. While their Prep journey may be over, the rest of their BGS journey is only just beginning. Samara Madden and Paul Strain Prep Teachers

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YEAR 1 A thriving three-cornered partnership between the School, boys and parents was on show in the Year 1 classrooms this year. BGS boys are fortunate to have a number of opportunities when they can showcase their classroom to their families and friends, and share some of the learning experienced. Our Year 1s acted as wonderful hosts at our Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ morning, and all enjoyed the music performance, classroom activities and morning tea. To mark Father’s Day, fathers and special friends spent time with the boys over breakfast, making paper planes in preparation for a friendly competition. This activity was a real winner for the boys as it involved three of their favourite things – time with dad, a hands-on activity and an element of competition. The Mother’s Day celebration is always a special day and it was obvious that the boys loved having their mothers in the classroom. Although the Chapel service was cancelled due to poor weather, the Year 1 boys made the most of their extra time in the classroom with their mums and were able to demonstrate many of the regular activities enjoyed in Literacy and Maths rotations. Each of these connections with family and friends are always annual highlights and are key to enabling the boys to achieve their best. Victoria Fisher and Sam Kuring Year 1 Teachers

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YEAR 2 DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY The boys are highly engaged and always show great enthusiasm for their time in the Design and Technology Room with Mr Gibney. During their visit for the Fathers’ and Special Friends’ Breakfast, fathers had the opportunity to join in and experience an educational, as well as fun, Design and Technology session. In Term 1, the Year 2 boys designed and built a solar powered toy car. This activity was to complement the classroom unit of work about the environment. In particular, the boys learnt that one way to care for our planet is to save our natural resources by using renewable energy. The boys first designed their car and then constructed it using balsa wood. Their car was then spray painted and, when dry, the solar panel was added. Unfortunately batteries had to be used on race day because of bad weather.

PIRATES AND SAILING SHIPS In Term 3, the Year 2 classes completed a unit of study about pirates. To become a member of the Jolly Waratah or Jolly Acacia pirate crew, the boys had to dress as pirates, have a pirate name and make a treasure chest and fill it with booty. All students visited and boarded the Polly Woodside and learned about life on board a sailing ship. Christine Marks and Stephen Lewis Year 2 Teachers

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YEAR 3 Literature and personal development are crucial in any boy’s schooling. An integral part of the Year 3 curriculum this year has been our appreciation of literature. The Reading Program aims to create a lifelong love of reading, exposing the boys to a variety of texts, and is a vital cog in the educational development of our boys. The program is multi-faceted and immersive, extending from daily quiet reading, to class novels being read and brought to life by the classroom teacher, weekly borrowing at our wonderfully resourced library and the enthusiasm of our Year 3 parents who listen to our boys read weekly. This approach is important, as the boys not only develop a rich understanding and love for different genres but also gain important skills which they can carry with them throughout their lives. Boys in 3 Wills and Burke have equally appreciated our Wellbeing Program. Daily mindfulness sessions in the classroom incorporate music, controlled breathing and overall selfregulation. Circle Time discussions, led by the classroom teacher, have focussed on significant social and emotional concepts, helping the boys to develop their ability to articulate their emotions confidently. Brendan Rahn and David Turner Year 3 Teachers

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YEAR 4 YEAR 4 GO WALKABOUT In Term 1, parents were invited to walk through the Year 4 area to appreciate the boys’ learning during their Indigenous Studies unit. Aboriginal artefact models, group posters, digital demonstrations and Dreamtime Story drama productions showed the boys’ understanding of Aboriginal culture and life for Indigenous Australians before European settlement.

CAMP BURNSIDE ANGLESEA The Year 4 Outdoor Education trip to Anglesea provided boys with a ‘living away from home’ experience. The program included an indigenous cultural session, canoeing, surfing, campfire reflections, day walks and teamwork activities. The program was closely linked to the School’s Effective Leaner model, with a particular focus on Learning Dispositions. The boys constantly discussed being ready, mentally and physically, and having a growth mindset when faced with a challenge.

YEAR 4 BIRDMAN RALLY Throughout Term 3, the boys learnt about the history and science of flight. The boys enjoyed creating gliders out of balsa wood, and were proud of their finished products. To complete this engaging unit, we undertook our annual Birdman Rally, which is a friendly competition to test the strength of the boys’ gliders. Well done to Oli Jorgenson who was the victor of this event. Alison Main, Matt Barker and Paul Gurry Year 4 Teachers

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YEAR 5 GOLD RUSH The boys’ study of the impact of the Gold Rush, and the significant people and events of Victoria, all came alive with a trip to Sovereign Hill in Term 2. Cold temperatures helped immerse the boys into the hardships of searching for gold in the 1850s, as they experienced the concept of backbreaking work. They were in awe of the historical authenticity of Sovereign Hill’s outdoor museum. Muddy dirt tracks, horsedrawn coaches, underground mine tours and the impressive gold pour all added to the excitement and hands-on learning experience. The new sound and light show AURA reflected on the impact on Indigenous Australians, the challenges of migrant minorities and re-lived Australia’s most significant rebellion, all of which we have been reading and researching in class. Our trip to Sovereign Hill was a multisensory experience, which facilitated a deeper understanding of the Gold Rush, and the impact on present-day Australia.

DESIGNING PINBALL MACHINES Design and Technology was a highlight for the boys this year and the boys were eager to design and make a pinball machine. Traditional tools such as hammers and saws were used to make the frame, but this year the boys could use power drills as well. Creativity in the design was facilitated by boys bringing in additional items to make their pinball machine engaging and exciting to play. A trial and tinker session was held during our Term 3 Father and Son night. The unit of work culminated in the Pinball Extravaganza, where all Year 5 students could play each group’s machine. Cindy van Dijk, Hamish Leahy, Jacqui Stenniken and Michael Stephens, Year 5 Teachers

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YEAR 6 CAMP COOLAMATONG At Camp Coolamatong, boys forged friendships with their new classmates and teacher and welcomed new boys to BGS. The challenges of off-road biking, canoeing against the wind, finding the hidden markers while orienteering, and solving riddles on the whole-day hike, were just some of the many adventures shared and enjoyed by all.

CANBERRA CAMP Here, Here! These words were eagerly shouted by the Year 6 boys when asked if they loved their experience in Canberra. While the weather was cold, the boys and staff immersed themselves in the sights of our nation’s capital, from Parliament House to Questacon and the War Memorial. They asked insightful questions to deepen their understanding of our democratic processes.

YEAR 6 MUSICAL With feet tapping and umbrellas twirling, our Year 6 musical Singin’ in the Rain Jr was a celebration of the golden age of Hollywood. Working with the students of Firbank Grammar, the boys created an amazing production of the highest standard.

DEBATING This year the boys were introduced to the formal process of debating. Under the expert guidance of Mrs Lowe, the boys developed their arguments and then argued (with rules) either for or against a number of topics. With debates taking place within the classroom and against other classes, some boys also had the opportunity to debate against other schools.

BILLY CARTS The year culminated in the annual Billy Cart Cup – a celebrated (and highly competitive) event eagerly anticipated by the Year 6 boys. Boys worked in small groups to design, model, test and build their billycart to successfully navigate the newly designed and located track. Rob Bater, Cathy Box, Luke Fensling and Monica Le Couteur Year 6 Teachers

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YEAR 7 THE 2019 YEAR 7 STUDENTS WERE EMBRACED FROM DAY ONE, WITH AN EXCITING RITUAL TO WELCOME THEM INTO THE BGS SECONDARY SCHOOL FAMILY. Term 1 saw the boys undertake several activities to familiarise themselves with life at BGS. It concluded with a week long Outdoor Education program at Point Leo. This allowed the boys to build relationships with their peers and Year 11 OELPs, as well as experience surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and camping on the beach. The boys were excited to return after the Easter break, turning their attention to winter sport, House Athletics, and an array of musical performances, including the Choral Concert at St Andrew’s. The annual Year 7 Mother’s Day Breakfast and Chapel was again a highlight on the Urwin Centre calendar. Semester 2 was an exciting time for the boys; they learned some new dance routines with the girls from Firbank Grammar, and welcomed their fathers for the Father’s Day Breakfast and Chapel at St Andrew’s. Term 3 also saw the amazing performance of Shrek Jr, which was a great opportunity for the boys to showcase their talents. Year 7 boys have certainly had a busy year of personal and academic growth. We acknowledge the wonderful support of the Year 7 House Tutors: Craig Major, Adrienne Mewett, Jess Taillandier, Zoe Schaffner, Kristie Vidotto and Ryan Barnett, and we wish the boys all the best for 2020. Nicole Clark and Scott Davies Year 7 Heads of House

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YEAR 8 THE YEAR 8 BOYS HAVE NAVIGATED AN EXCITING YEAR ‘UNLOCKING THE DANCE’ WITH THE REST OF THE SECONDARY SCHOOL. Making the most of the immersion amongst the older boys, they participated in a wide range of activities that continued to strengthen the sense of community between the age groups. It has been uplifting to witness the Year 8 boys be recognised in the Years 7–12 forum for outstanding academic, sporting and creative achievements. Additionally, the PALS program provided opportunity for the Year 8s to develop and refine their leadership by acting as a mentor to a Year 7 boy throughout the duration of the year, easing their challenging transition. 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 8s support and encourage one another during the Grampians program, despite some 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, along with all the boys involved in the Year 8 leadership group, for their efforts in supporting the cohort through an exceptional year together. Peter Furey and Katie White Year 8 Heads of House

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YEAR 9 YEAR 9 IS MARKED BY SOME SIGNIFICANT SHIFTS IN THE BOYS’ TIME AT BGS. The move from the Urwin Centre to the St Andrew’s end of the Secondary School opens up endless new possibilities. The boys begin the Year 9 and 10 B2M program – a series of related experiential learning activities that help them with the transition and provides the opportunity to deepen their connections and relationships with others at the School. From the first assembly when the Year 12s spoke of Unlocking the Dance, the Year 9s then joined House Tutor groups with other boys in Years 10–12. Over the course of the year, opportunities to Unlock the Dance were plentiful. The B2M program saw all boys take on the Great South West Journey in Term 1. In Term 2 there was an array of Service trips on offer – this was a chance for the boys to make a difference in their world. While the destinations varied, from Borneo, the Great Barrier Reef, PNG or Melbourne University, the themes of empathy and action stayed the same. Term 3 gave them a chance to actively contribute, and they all did, to Connor’s Run. Thanks to the effort of the Year 9s, BGS raised more money than any other school that supported the run. In Term 4, the boys completed their final B2M adventure, the Rivers Journey, which allowed them to stretch themselves in the outdoors and grow and develop as individuals and as members of a team. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10)

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YEAR 10 YEAR 10 IS A TIME IN A BOY’S LIFE WHEN HE IS REALLY LEARNING MORE ABOUT HIMSELF AND ABOUT THE SORT OF YOUNG MAN HE WILL BECOME. At BGS in 2019, we supported this vital period of growth in a number of ways. Many boys in Year 10 begin their VCE by studying one Year 11 subject. Of course, the boys are becoming much more than academic students. In Year 10, many boys qualify as Firsts players in sports teams for the first time. Boys take leadership roles in planning House activities, in debating, in chess, in numerous ensembles, choirs and on stage in productions. As well, the boys in Year 10 complete the second year of the 9/10 B2M program. There were three key components to B2M in Year 10 this year. Firstly, the boys took part in a series of Tomorrow Man workshops, addressing key concepts around positive masculinity and the type of young adults our boys aspire to be. The boys also completed their final Outdoor Education experience as part of B2M, the World Class Journeys. Boys plan and then travel to exotic and unique destinations to solidify the skills they have developed in recent years. To close their 9/10 B2M journey, the boys, along with an adult mentor, completed the First Horizon program. First Horizon is a four day retreat, marking a moment in time when they are no longer regarded as boys, but as ‘young men’. It offers an opportunity for them to set a vision for themselves as men of the future, and our community a chance to celebrate all they are and all they will become. Peter Shepard Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10)

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YEAR 11 IMPORTANT GROUNDWORK IS COMPLETED IN YEAR 11 TO SET THE FOUNDATIONS IN PREPARATION FOR THE BOYS’ FINAL YEAR. This year saw the introduction of the new uniform and, for the first time, Year 11 and 12 boys were identified as VCE students with their own striped blazer. A large percentage of the cohort complete a Unit 3/4 subject, boys have study periods where they learn to use their time to best advantage and there is a Leading and Learning lesson once a week where the boys have a chance to take part in coaching, learn to lead and have greater opportunity to discuss various issues. A large number of boys experience leadership opportunities through the Outdoor Education Leadership Program, where they mentor boys from other year levels and take part in programs with them. Others have been involved in coaching Year 6 boys to help with the transition into the Secondary School. In Term 3, the boys selected their Probationary leaders for 2020, who begin the process of developing their voice for leading the School as Year 12s. This has begun well – as has Chantology – where budding leaders led a strong cohort at the APS Athletics in early Term 4. I hope that the Year 11 cohort feel well prepared to tackle Year 12 in 2020 and I sincerely thank all the boys and staff involved in all of the programs on offer this year. David Liddle Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–12)

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YEAR 12 FOR YEAR 12 STUDENTS, THE YEAR REALLY BEGINS IN TERM 4 OF THE PREVIOUS YEAR WHEN THEY CHOOSE THEIR LEADERS AND START THE LEGACY PROJECT AS A MEANS OF SHAPING HOW THEY WILL LEAD THE SCHOOL.

As always, the Formal at the end of Term 1 was a highlight for the year and, with the theme of Hollywood Glam, the boys and their dates did the School proud. It was a fantastic send off to The International with the Year 12 parents doing a great job of creating Hollywood in Brighton. We were the last official formal at the venue and the owners commented that it was a great one on which to finish.

In 2019, the theme chosen was Unlock the Dance and the boys have embraced this throughout the year.

As each school event took place in their final year - debating, chess, musical concerts, the stunning performance of Anything Goes as the senior production, summer, winter and spring sport - it was also a time for reflection for the Year 12s.

It began with Big Fella Camp in late January where all boys and staff made it to the top of Mt Bogong and set their goals for the year. Ably led by School Captain Noah McGrath and Vice Captain Martin Kulesza, the Prefect group and House leaders then set goals for their Houses and the School as a whole, and began to articulate how they would ‘unlock the dance’. The boys took charge of their learning environment, helping to develop new furniture and a plan of how to use the Hancock wing to its best advantage (under the wise tutelage of Dr Swann who led the culture of the Hancock wing this year). This culminated, late in Term 1, with the arrival of new study furniture and the boys took immediate possession and ownership of the new learning areas.

This all culminated with Valedictory Day, with Chapel, the Year 12 Prize Giving Assembly, Beating the Bounds and the Valedictory Dinner at the MCG. Dennis Gu, James Konstas, Max Hanna and Noah McGrath all regaled us with memories of their times at school and it was a great way to finish off the year. As the Headmaster always states: ‘Academics are the first among equals’ and this year’s group have certainly led the way in terms of their study habits and willingness to take on advice. They have led the School well and we look forward to hearing of their exploits in future. David Liddle Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–12)

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JUNIOR SCHOOL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND PRIZES Captain of the Junior School Charlie Sabin Vice-Captain Hamish Featherston Officers Ned Bailey Billy Burgess Luke Connolly Bowen Ke Harry Heaselgrave Lachlan Reid Carter Russell Luke Sexton Ollie Sutherland Senior Server Huw Thomas Assistant Senior Servers Billy Burgess Isaac Pels

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Leaders of Borwick House Choir Jared Thomas & Trent Vincent Leaders of the Concert Band Isaac Pels & Conrad Retschko Leaders of the String Orchestra Luca New & William O’Leary

YEAR 6 LEADERS House Captains Armstrong – Luke Sexton Crowther – Sebastian Naccarella Dixon – Jody Cripps

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Hancock – Cooper Ballantine Rofe – Charles Williams School – Edward Mitrevski

Attitude and Effort Sacha Rose

Attitude and Effort Nicholas Galinas

Art Monitors Bryn Cory, Jacob Everett, Aidan Hearne, Kyle Hearne, Zach Mighton, Jarvis Rowe, Frank Wu, Rob Xu

Progress Tom Pollock

Progress Corban Papadopolous

3 Wills Meliora Prize

4 Cook Meliora Prize

Academic Excellence Lucas Judah

Academic Excellence William Tan

Attitude and Effort Harper Cunnington

Attitude and Effort Henry Morandi

Progress Harryson Yang

Progress Hamish Bramich

The Subject Prizes for Year 3

4 Flinders Meliora Prize

Library Monitors Gavin Liu, Declan McCormack, Huw Thomas, Trent Vincent Mindfulness Monitors Kyle Hearne, Jerry Mei, Max Pihan, Carter Russell, Ollie Sutherland, Jackson Zhao Science Monitors Ethan Abramovich, Aidan Hearne, Thomas Lipovetsky, Robbie McNaughton, Conrad Retschko Sport Monitors Cooper Chilcott, Thomas McMullen, Bailey Mulhall, Harvey O’Sullivan, Will Rattray, Jake Ring, Arty Woodward Technology Monitors Lucas Barwood, Thomas Dunne, Harry Denning, Josh Fletcher, Thomas Lipovetsky, Rishi Mahendranathan, Charlie Sabin, Kevin Zhao

YEAR 3 PRIZES 3 Burke Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Oska Jacob

Prize for Art Harryson Yang Prize for Design & Technology Alex Woolf

Academic Excellence Hamish McCausland Attitude and Effort Isaiah Harper Progress Ed Mohseni

Prize for Drama Tom Pollock

The Subject Prizes for Year 4

Prize for French Aston Russell

Prize for Art Eason Ma

Prize for Music Leo Lin

Prize for Design & Technology Zebi Graham

Prize for Physical Education Charlie Anderson Prize for Religious Studies Alex Woolf Prize for Science Thomas Zhuang

YEAR 4 PRIZES 4 Bass Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Luke Lawrence

Prize for Drama Fred Denning Prize for French Nicholas Galinas Prize for Music Nicholas Galinas Prize for Physical Education Mitchell Carney Prize for Religious Studies Ben Louw


Prize for Science Isaiah Harper

Prize for Design & Technology Angus Beaton

YEAR 5 PRIZES

Prize for Drama Jack Carson

5 Argyle Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Tom Hara

Prize for Music Ned Overend-Stevens Prize for Physical Education Oliver Chernikeeff

6 Resolution Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Luca New Attitude and Effort Luke Connolly Progress Hamish Elliott

The A & H Bottomley Citizenship Prize Luke Sexton The Choir Prize Trent Vincent The Concert Band Prize Isaac Pels

The Subject Prizes for Year 6

The String Orchestra Prize Luca New

Prize for Art Andrew Zhang

The Chapel Server’s Prize Billy Burgess

Prize for Chinese Hamish Featherston

The Chess Prize Jacob Everett

Prize for Design & Technology Kyle Hearne

The X’Linson Library Prize Trent Vincent

6 Discovery Meliora Prize

Prize for Drama Fletcher Brougham

Academic Excellence Sam Lorback

Academic Excellence Jackson Zhao

Prize for eLearning Josh Fletcher

The Mary Edmondson Sports Prize Jake Ring

Attitude and Effort Jack Carson

Attitude and Effort Billy Burgess

Prize for Music Isaac Pels

Progress Jerry Pei

Progress Jerry Mei

Prize for Outdoor Education Declan McCormack

Attitude and Effort James Paltoglou Progress Jack Zhang

5 Melville Meliora Prize Academic Excellence Kenneth Yeung Attitude and Effort Jack Pollock Progress Nathan Liu

5 Scott Meliora Prize

5 Zachariah Meliora Prize

Prize for Religious Studies Christian Field Prize for Science Angus Beaton

YEAR 6 PRIZES

6 Endeavour Meliora Prize

Prize for Physical Education Jody Cripps

Academic Excellence James Crewdson

Academic Excellence Thomas Dunne

Attitude and Effort Luke Ferdinands

Attitude and Effort Lachie Reid

Progress Will Saadie

Progress Alex Gao

Tony Austin Memorial Prize for Religious Studies Huw Thomas

6 Investigator Meliora Prize

Prize for Science Ethan Abramovich

The Subject Prizes for Year 5 Prize for Art Max Zhou Prize for Chinese Kenneth Yeung

Academic Excellence Huw Thomas Attitude and Effort Harvey O’Sullivan Progress Harvey Newstead

The Tassie Hutson Prize Will Bennett The House Prize Lachie Reid The School Officers’ Prize Hamish Featherston The Park Shield Isaac Pels The Prize for Dux of the Junior School Thomas Dunne The Captain of the Junior School Prize Charlie Sabin

SPECIAL PRIZES Year 6 Progress Prize Jarvis Rowe

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SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND PRIZES YEAR 7 SUBJECT PRIZES YEAR 7 SPECIAL PRIZES

Humanities Ben Fox

Art Hugh Langdon

Outdoor Education Lachie Edney

Japanese Leon Haralambakis

Chinese Alex Lantrin

The Year 7 Progress Prize Lachie Roberts

Latin Thomas Gianatti

Design Andrew McGregor

Fifth in the Year Leonard Shen

Mathematics Matthew Barwood

Drama Andrew McGregor

Fourth in the Year Christopher Chhour

Music Eason Liu

English Harry Pollock

Third in the Year Jackson Chen

Science Tristan Orb

English as an Additional Language Jerry Zheng

Second in the Year James Tan

Woodcraft Ryan Cory

Extension Studies James Tan French (dual winner) William Hallam French (dual winner) Jack Harrington Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Joshua Dolan Humanities Leonard Shen Japanese Jackson Chen Latin Christopher Chhour Mathematics James Tan Music Elliot Tay Science Lucas Gray Woodcraft Zac Ristevski

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Stewart Family Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Sport Tristan Orb The Year 8 Progress Prize Eason Liu Fifth in the Year Jenson Galvin Fourth in the Year Josh Finkelstein Third in the Year Ryan Cory Second in the Year Kento Hikima

YEAR 8 SPECIAL PRIZES

AD Turnbull Prize for Dux of Year 8 Tristan Orb

YEAR 8 SUBJECT PRIZES

Chapel Server Blake Picking

Art Kristian Kortge

Debating Jenson Galvin

YEAR 9 SUBJECT PRIZES

Chinese Ryan Cory

Outdoor Education Charlie Bramley

Design Jenson Galvin

Intermediate Instrumental Friends of Music Jenson Galvin

Dux of Year 7 Lachie Roberts

Drama George Roubos English Ben Fox English as an Additional Language Leon Gu Extension Studies James Hepples French Lachlan Molloy Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Tristan Orb

Instrumental Choral Friends of Music Will Fearn The Fraser Cairns Prize for History Alessandro Brook Savill The Linacre Private Hospital Community Service Award for Citizenship Eason Liu

Art Luca Spampinato Chinese Aaron Hong-Dunnett Chinese Advanced Simon Lin Commerce James Cheng Drama James Bourke English Cameron McIntyre English as an Additional Language Jerry Chen Forensic Science James Mitchell French Jerry Chen


Geography James Bourke

Second in the Year Jerry Chen

Latin Max Kortge

Health, Wellbeing and Physical Education Jonah Campigli

The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 9 James Bourke

Literature Christian Felicetti

History Cameron McIntyre IT Robotics David Yuan Japanese Eric Chen Latin Tim Tso Mathematics Eric Chen Music Isaac Lee Rock Band Oscar Noble Science Tom Marriott

YEAR 10 SUBJECT PRIZES Art Mack McGrath Analytical Chemistry Tian Pang Biotechnology Max Kortge Chinese as a Second Language Ryan Dang Classical Studies Max Kortge

Mathematics Tom Burnell Music Eric Sima Psychology James Clark Science Hamish Roberts Sport Exercise Science Ethan Calcatjicos Sports Psychology and Coaching Gus Edgar Visual Communication Design Hamish Roberts

Commerce Aaron Aloi

YEAR 10 SPECIAL PRIZES

Drama Cameron Hathway

9/10 B2M Year 10 Prize Hamish Roberts

Engineering Chris Field

Outdoor Education Zach Mandragona

YEAR 9 SPECIAL PRIZES

English Max Kortge

Year 7 - 9 Production Thomas Galinas

English as an Additional Language Xinghai Hu

Year 10 History Essay Prize Zach Mandragona

Visual Communication Design Jonathan Pascuzzi Wood Technology Jamie Draheim

9/10 B2M Year 9 Prize Freddie Smith Outdoor Education Callum Couper The Year 9 Progress Prize Alex Rico Fifth in the Year Jamie Hope Fourth in the Year Tom Marriott Third in the Year Jonah Campigli

Financial Literacy Hamish Roberts French Lucas Williamson Geography Declan Hayes History Eric Stone Japanese Yuncheng Shi

Year 10 - 12 Production Eric Stone The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education Sam Flockart

The A.J. Simpson Prize for Ethics and Belief Charlie Catt The Year 10 Progress Prize Tom Burnell Fifth in Year Tony Li Fourth in the Year Lucas Williamson Third in the Year Zach Mandragona Second in the Year Max Kortge The Alan MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 10 Hamish Roberts

YEAR 11 SUBJECT PRIZES Accounting Ben Sexton Art Gus Bland Biology Lachlan Wake Business Management Hamish Roberts (Year 10) Chemistry Carl Rumbens Chinese First Language Xinghai Hu (Year 10) Chinese Second Language Tian Pang (Year 10)

The Robert Asche Prize for Information Technology Yuncheng Shi The Maurice Dowd Memorial Prize for Woodwork Milan Adams GRAMMARIAN 2019

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Chinese Second Language Advanced Tony Ma (Year 10) Drama Joel Dow Economics James Sherborne English Billy Pearson English as an Additional Language Peter Qiu English Language Carl Rumbens French Harrison Kirkham Geography Jakub Williams Australian and Global Politics Billy Pearson

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History (20th Century) Billy Pearson

Psychology Darby Hipwell

Japanese James Clark (Year 10)

Specialist Mathematics Jaikob Akinci

Latin Jaikob Akinci

Visual Communication and Design Flynn Chan

Legal Studies Nate Hollis Literature Joel Dow Billy Pearson Mathematical Methods Yuncheng Shi (Year 10) Music Joel Dow Physical Education Jack Anson (Year 10) Physics Lachie Caldwell Product Design and Technology Darby Hipwell

YEAR 11 SPECIAL PRIZES The A.J. Simpson Prize for Ethics and Belief Matthew Ross Outdoor Education Ben Sexton The Allan Zavod Jazz Prize Seamus Mintrom The Lewis Luckins Memorial Prize for General Mathematics Jack Damyon

Senior Instrumental Friends of Music Prize Andrew Wang Senior Choral Friends of Music Prize Joel Dow The Year 11 Progress Prize Victor Ding Fifth in Year Victor Ding Fourth in Year Lachie Caldwell Third in Year Carl Rumbens Second in Year Harrison Kirkham The Monash Prize for Dux of Year 11 Jaikob Akinci


YEAR 12 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND PRIZES SECONDARY SCHOOLÂ LEADERS

Dixon

Badminton

Hockey

Captain Louis Butler

Captain Craig Marais

School Captain Noah McGrath

Vice-Captains Hayden Mitchell Caspar Tremlett

Captains David Li Johnson Shen

School Vice-Captain Martin Kulesza Prefects Ethan Baines Tom Banfield Leo Kouskouris Oscar Lewis Callum McPeake Harrison Preston Jacob Travers International Captains Jason Jin Eric Shi International ViceCaptains Lawrence Liu Johnson Shen

HOUSE LEADERS Armstrong

Hancock Captain Harrison Preston Vice-Captains Max Hanna Max James

Captain Hayden Mitchell Vice-Captains Ben Graham Samuel Fitzgerald

Cricket

Rofe

Captain Max James

Captain Felix Flockart

Vice-Captain Aidan Nicholls

Vice-Captain James Larkworthy

Cross Country

School Captain Jamie Tzimas Vice-Captains Gordon Chen Sam Roberts

Vice-Captains James Provis Matthew Young

CO-CURRICULAR LEADERS SPORT

Crowther

Athletics

Captain Joshua Le Grice

Captain Aidan Nicholls

Vice-Captains Brock Jackson Aidan Nicholls

Vice-Captains Ben Fisher Jackson Sweet Christopher Valcanis

Captain Harry Barden

Basketball

Captain Tom Bartels

Diving Captain Luca Jarvis

Football Captains Louis Butler Joshua Le Grice Vice-Captains Darby Hipwell Oscar Lewis

Futsal Captain Noah McGrath Vice-Captains Ethan Baines Jack Clarkson

Vice-Captains Spencer Nevett Lucas Pithie

Rowing Captain Martin Kulesza Vice-Captain Henry Armstrong

Rugby Captains Edmund Burt Cameron Glasgow Vice-Captain Josh Canham

Sailing Captains Lachie Caldwell James Provis

Soccer Captain Noah McGrath Vice-Captain Ethan Baines

Snowsports Captain Noah Jones

Swimming Captain Harrison Preston

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YEAR BY YEAR Tennis Captain Luke Sorensen

DEBATING AND PUBLICÂ SPEAKING

Vice-Captain James Konstas

Captain Harry Barden

Touch Football

Vice-Captains Lukas Giannatos Leo Kouskouris David Li Curtis Wilson

Captains Oscar Buscombe Harry Mathews

Water Polo Captain Max Post

DRAMA

Vice-Captain Ben Paynter

Drama Captains James Provis Jack Wyss

MUSIC

Drama Vice-Captains Joel Dow Matthew Young

Captain Matthew Cook Vice-Captain David Li Leader of Senior Symphony Orchestra David Li Leaders of Senior Choir Isaac Burgess Jordan De Worsop Leader of Senior Big Band Steve Suits Leader of Corelli Strings Orchestra Gordon Chen Leader of Senior Concert Band David Parlane Leader of Cello Choir Andrew Wang Leader of Senior Guitar Ensemble Hristos Paraskevas

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STUDENT WELLBEING COMMITTEE Captain Lukas Giannatos Vice-Captain Patrick Liddle

CHAPEL Senior Server Felix Flockart

2019 BRIGHTONIANS Year 12 boys who commenced in the Early Learning Centre Henry Armstrong Tom Bartels Matthew Cook Ryan Hartshorne Andreas Kardis James Konstas Martin Kulesza Patrick Liddle Harry Roubos Joshua Snowsill Josh Williams

2019 TENNERS Year 12 boys who have been at the School for 10 years or more Josh Canham Gordon Chen Noah Jones David Li Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis John Paterson

The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Chemistry Leo Kouskouris The Chinese as a First Language Prize Steven Luo (Year 11) The Chinese as a Second Language Prize Jason Tang (Year 11) The Chinese as a Second Language Advanced Prize Peter Qiu (Year 11) The Drama Prize Matthew Young The Economics Prize Joshua Clyne The H.A. Glover Prize for English Joshua Clyne The English Language Prize James Mitchell The English as an Additional Language Prize Jason Jin

SUBJECT PRIZES

The French Prize James Mitchell

Unit 3/4 Subject Prizes

The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Further Mathematics (1970) James Konstas

Assistant Senior Server Matthew Cook

The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Accounting (1944) Jack Damyon (Year 11)

Student Thurifer Lukas Giannatos

The Art Prize Edmund Burt The Marie & Ivan Epstein Prize for Biology (1976) James Sherborne (Year 11) The Lloyd Triffett Prize for Business Management Jeremy Booth (Year 11)

The Geography Prize Jason Gu (Year 11) The Frank Cooper Memorial Prize for Global Politics (1937) Max McLachlan (Year 11) The Health & Human Development Prize Jacob Travers


The R.H. Wallman Prize for History Revolutions (1970) Mike Kantounatakis The Class of 2012 Robert Connor Dawes Prize for Latin Leo Kouskouris The Bob Hamilton Memorial Prize for Legal Studies (1961) Harry Barden The Robert Claude James Prize for Literature (1967) Joshua Sum The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Mathematical Methods (1970) James Mitchell The Music Performance Prize Isaac Burgess The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education (1946) Ben Sexton (Year 11) The Norman F. Perrier Memorial Prize for Physics James Mitchell The Product Design and Technology Prize Cameron Glasgow The Psychology Prize Nate Hollis (Year 11) The Software Development Prize Reuben Cook (Year 11) The R.W. Tovell Memorial Prize for Specialist Mathematics (1970) James Mitchell

The Visual Communication Design Prize Jackson Sweet (Year 11)

SPECIAL PRIZES The 1967 Prefects’ Games Prize Harry Mathews The Wellbeing Prize Lukas Giannatos The Peter Goodall Drama Prize (1973) James Provis

The Noel Thomas Memorial Prize Martin Kulesza The W.A. Clarke Prize (1974) Noah McGrath The R.F. Waring Memorial Prize (1933) Leo Kouskouris The Jim Fraser Memorial Prize (1943) David Li

The Selwyn Noall Memorial Rhodes Prize (1924) Jacob Travers The Prize for the ViceCaptain of the School Martin Kulesza The OBGS Prize for the Captain of the School (1971) Noah McGrath

The Philip Kondelos Memorial Prize for Music (1985) David Li The H.V. Mitchell Essay Prize James Mitchell The R.W.T. Cowan Memorial Prize for Public Speaking (1964) Curtis Wilson The Brighton Grammarians’ Lodge Prize (in memory of Ivan Stedman) Max James The J.R. Wallman Progress Prize (1940) Lukas Giannatos The G.D. Hird Memorial Prize Felix Flockart The A. & H. Bottomley Citizenship Prize (1955) Harrison Preston The R.M. Millar Prize (1972) James Larkworthy

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YEAR BY YEAR

TOP SCHOLARS “ FOR 2018 WE CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 2018 FOR ACHIEVING ANOTHER YEAR OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.

THESE RESULTS REFLECT OUR CONTINUING COMMITMENT TO ACADEMICS AT BGS. I AM VERY PLEASED FOR EACH MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 2018. ALONG WITH THEIR TEACHERS AND PARENTS, THESE BOYS HAVE WORKED HARD ALL YEAR AND THEIR RESULTS ARE A FITTING REWARD FOR THAT EFFORT. HEADMASTER, ROSS FEATHERSTON

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Dux Jack Liu, front row fifth from left, and 2018 top scholars were recognised at the first student assembly of 2019.

HAOBIN (JACK) LIU

The Haddon A Smith Prize for Dux of the School, Batiste Prize for Dux in Mathematics

WILLIAM JOHNSTON The Lloyd Triffett Prize for Dux in Business Management

ETHAN O’BRIEN Top of the State Chemistry, The Haslem Prize for Dux in Science

KOSTA ARVANITAKIS Top of the State - English, The Robert Claude James Prize for Dux in Literature

HAMISH MCDOWELL The Gwendoline Lyndon Prize for Dux in Humanities

KEI HIRASEDO Top of the State – English

ANDY NIE The Harry Zachariah History Essay Prize - Tales from the Sandpit

OUR YEAR 12 2018 95 PLUS STUDENTS Haobin (Jack) Liu Yu Han (Hank) Hua Ethan O'Brien Kei Hirasedo Yi Zhen (Steven) Zhang Toby Bendel Michael Dean Zeyi (Daniel) Gu Yu (Steven) Sun Azmain Kalitzki Mitchell Kelly Scott Lee William Lam Max Twycross Kosta Arvanitakis

Zachary Loong Hamish McDowell William Johnston Xin (Feilong) Yun Oscar Rochanakij Victor Jakobus Zhiheng (Simon) Wang Michael Fitzgerald Jasper Mutimer Andy Nie Luke Ianuali Edward Curwen Liam McInerney Felix Gong Han Tao (Ivan) Wang

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Junior School Art 202 Creative Design and Technology 204 Creative Arts Show 206 House Portrait Competition 208 Visual Communication and Design 210 aaaa24 Year 9 Art 212 aaaaa26 Year 10 Art 214 Year 10 Wood Tech 216 Year 11 Art 218 Year 12 Art 220 Year 11/12 Product Design and Technology 226


BGS CREATIVITY

JUNIOR SCHOOL ART

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CREATIVE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY Angus Schumacher Year 8 Ben Fox Year 8 William Sun Year 8

Ayrton DAlessandro Year 8

Elliot Tay Year 7

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Hugh Langdon Year 7

Fedya Kononchuk Year 8

Angus Roberts Year 7

Noah Laurin Year 7


William Templeton Year 7

Jenson Galvin Year 8 Lachlan St Ledger Year 7

Year 8 Toy Making for Charity

Matthew Barwood and Blake Picking Year 8

Jackson Chen Year 7

McKenzie Giemza Hamilton, Eason Gao, Mack Anderson, Kento Hikima Year 8

Malachi Bakker Year 8

Pierre Giggins Year 7

Leonard Shen Year 7

Year 7 Logo Design GRAMMARIAN 2019

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CREATIVE ARTS SHOW

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HOUSE PORTRAIT COMPETITION

Chuck Tian 9 Crowther

Andrew McGregor 7 Hancock

Flynn Chan 11 Crowther

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Mack McGrath 10 Rofe

Dan Smith 11 Hancock

Max Hanna 12 Hancock

Seth Evans-Greenwood 11 Rofe

Harry George 7 Crowther

James Semenov 10 Dixon


Luca Spampinato 9 School

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BGS CREATIVITY

VCD THE VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN DEPARTMENT COMPLETED ANOTHER POSITIVE YEAR. A key focus for 2019 was to explore the task ideas through the design brief and experiment with different final presentations. Final work, which centred towards a creative flair, was displayed with fashion design now becoming a favourite amongst the students. Model making was undertaken with the Year 10 Nano House task, where environmental factors such as eco-living or clean energy were considered. The Year 9 created logos for a new tote bag task. Students extended their Adobe Illustrator skills to create the logo, whilst incorporating key type layouts for their chosen charity.

9 VCD Task 1

Video editing was also undertaken this year, which saw the green screen, cameras, microphones and even drones used to capture many humorous and exciting films. A crowd favourite at the Art Show was Tom Arrigo’s (Year 10) creative film Sylvia’s Mother which centred on the lyrics of Dr Hook. While Zack Bogoevski’s (Year 9) Cooking segment also received high appraise. The Visual Communication Design students were fortunate to have many guest speakers visit the classroom this year. A highlight was a fantastic presentation from 2018 Top Designs student Tara Durkin, who spoke with the Unit 1/2 and Unit 3/4 students on her experiences in creating a top-level folio. She also gave her time to work with the current Unit 3/4 students and give them feedback on their folios.

Craig Marais Unit 3

James Willis (OB) spoke to the Unit 3/4 class about his role as a Graphic Designer and his experiences in the design industry. While Professor Martyn Hook, Dean of the School of Architecture & Urban Design at RMIT returned to Brighton Grammar after a popular presentation last year to speak with students who were interested in a Design course post Year 12. He ran an informal information session on Architecture, Design, Art, Media and Communication and gave students valuable tips on applying to tertiary courses. Matthew Wardell Head of Visual Communication Design Art Show VCD

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Gus Bland 11 VCD

Jon Pascuzzi Year 9

Professor Hook Visit

Tara Durkin visit

Lachlan Barlow 10 VCD

James Semenov Unit 1.2 GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY

YEAR 9 ART

Luca Spampinato

Michael Paltoglou

Noah Hunt

Noah Hartman

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Luca Spampinato

Luca Spampinato


Noah Hartman

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YEAR 10 ART

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YEAR 10 WOOD TECH

Harrison Chapman

Lachlan Zissis

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Flynn Cooper

Mitchell Waldren

Jack Anson


Tom Deans

Harrison Svenson

Brady Collins

Will Muller GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY

YEAR 11 ART

Dan Smith

Richard Jiang

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Seth Evans-Greenwood

Dan Smith

Gus Bland


Harry Fisher

Gus Bland

Harry Fisher

Gus Bland GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY

YEAR 12Â ART

Max Ashman

Austin Zou

Jovaan Ugrinovski

Ed Burt

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Ed Burt

Tony Tso

Oscar Palmer GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY

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Austin Zou


Brock Jackson

Evan Zhang

Jovaan Ugrinovski

Tony Tso

Brock Jackson

Ed Burt GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY Oscar Palmer

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Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Oscar Palmer

Matt Taylor

Oscar Palmer GRAMMARIAN 2019

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BGS CREATIVITY

YEAR 11/12 PDT Brock Jackson Darcy McConnon

Dom Kastrinakis

Nate Fyffe

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Sam Reid

Matt Field


Matt Field

Cameron Glasgow

Griff Adams

Tom Smith GRAMMARIAN 2019

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OFFICIAL PHOTOS


Music230 Groups239 Sport243 Roll Call 283 Year 12 List of Achievements 321 Staff and Council 358 Staff Farewells 363


OFFICIAL PHOTOS

MUSIC

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Top Row Jason Gu, Eric Stone, Joel Tyler, James Sherborne, Lachie Briggs, Justin Feng, David Li, Thomas Galinas, Arito Nagasaka 3rd Row Jackson Chen, Lucas Williamson, Eric Sima, Dennis Gu, Gary Hu, Liam Konidaris, Gordon Chen, Declan Bakker, Lachlan Molloy, David Yang 2nd Row Declan Hayes, Jenson Galvin, Thomas Stretch, Ken Lu, Gabriel Pozo, Tony Li, James Tan, Allen Wu, Ethan Balaskas, Elliot Tay 1st Row Noah Laurin, Oliver Chang, James Semenov, Tom Field, Jason Tang, Zach Adam-Gedge, Andrew Wang, Isaac Lee, Will Fearn, Andrew McGregor Absent Hamish Andersen, David Canta, Charles Chen, Marlo Hofmann, Lachlan Kwong, Oscar Sloan, William Sun

SENIOR STRING QUARTET L-R Andrew Wang, Gordon Chen, David Li, James Sherborne

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CELLO CHOIR L-R Elliot Tay, Jason Tang, Charlie Catt, Zach Adam-Gedge, Isaac Lee, Andrew Wang


SENIOR CONCERT BAND Top Row Thomas Picking, Toby Marsden, Lachie Briggs, Ryan Thorpe, Steve Suits, Edward Greenslade, Hugo Mintrom 3rd Row Henry Kerr, Harrison Fulton, Alec Ciciulla, Sky Wu, Wei-Yee Hall, Matthew Cook, Jason Gu, Tony Li 2nd Row Miss Frances Walker, Eric Sima, Larry Li, Jaikob Akinci, Eric Stone, David Parlane, Seamus Mintrom, Finn Watson-Hook, Mr Kurt Abell 1st Row Aaron Hong-Dunnett, Sven Steward, Joel Tyler, Seth EvansGreenwood, Mitz Metaxas, Joel Dow, Declan Bakker, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann Absent Timothy Krynski, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Joshua Tate

GUITAR QUARTET Top Row David Yuan, William Stebbing, Hristos Paraskevas, Jerry Zheng, Jerry Chen Absent Richard Fan

SECONDARY GUITAR ENSEMBLE Top Row Heath Fulton, Oliver Bradfield, William Stebbing, Max McLachlan, Jerry Zheng, Jerry Chen, Mr Kieren Ray 1st Row Rex Ettershank, Pearce Theodore, David Yuan, Hristos Paraskevas, Charlie Heaton, Dylan Goodger, Xavier Hendy Absent Jackson Court, Matthew Hill, Kevin Liao GRAMMARIAN 2019

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SENIOR CHOIR Top Row Tim Moulton, Max Blyth, Patrick Liddle, Lachie Briggs, Matthew Ross, Martin Kulesza, Zach Adam-Gedge, Kip Gibney, Jack Wyss, Thomas Galinas 3rd Row William Stebbing, Cameron Hathway, Stirling Findlay, Jaikob Akinci, Matthew Cook, Joel Dow, Liam Konidaris, Noah McGrath, James Clark, Hugo Mintrom, James Reid 2nd Row Finn Watson-Hook, Dylan Goodger, Matthew Hill, Hamish Andersen, Ethan Baines, Seamus Mintrom, Flynn Dickson, Leo Kouskouris, Jordan Stewart, James McDougall, Calum Binnie, William Moreton, James Semenov 1st Row Thomas Stretch, Declan Bakker, Brite Zeng, Andrew Wang, James Sherborne, Joel Tyler, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Jordan De Worsop, Samson Adams, Aaron Hong-Dunnett, Xavier Hendy Absent Will Brydon-Waldren, Isaac Burgess, David Canta, Dan Griffith, Jack Kissane, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, James Provis, Callum Stanford, Joshua Tate, Leo Yang, Matthew Young

SENIOR BIG BAND Top Row Finn WatsonHook, Toby Marsden, Ryan Thorpe, Sky Wu, Thomas Picking, Hugo Mintrom, Declan Hayes 1st Row Declan Bakker, Steve Suits, Mitz Metaxas, Lachie Briggs, David Li, Seamus Mintrom, Henry Kerr Absent Victor Luo

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CORELLI STRING ORCHESTRA

FLUTE ENSEMBLE

Top Row Gordon Chen, Liam Konidaris, Justin Feng, Thomas Galinas, James Sherborne, Declan Hayes 1st Row Gary Hu, Isaac Lee, Jason Tang, David Li, Zach Adam-Gedge, Andrew Wang, Dennis Gu

L-R Joel Tyler, Sven Steward, Oscar Lo, Ethan Rowe, Ryan Zhu, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann Absent Max Thomas, William Yang

INTERMEDIATE CONCERT BAND Top Row Tim Tso, Oscar Lo, Daniel Dai, Heath Fulton, Tim Moulton, Jiaze Jin, Jimmy Long, Lucas Toms 2nd Row Heath Dickson, Ryan Zhu, Terence Wang, Jarrad Thomson, Derrick Cee, Samson Adams, Spencer Kirkham, Miss Frances Walker 1st Row Will Fearn, Archie Walton, Nat Khan, Lucas Hiscock, Julius Ferwerda, William Moreton, Thomas O’Leary, Lachlan Auden Absent Zack Bogoevski, Charles Chen, Eric Chen, Tom Deans, Jack Kissane, Ollie van der Slot GRAMMARIAN 2019

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MELIORA VOICES Top Row Jackson Chen, Thomas O’Leary, Tom Jorgensen, Josh McCahon, James Hepples, Oscar Sloan, Finn Powell, Lucas Hiscock, Harry Pollock 3rd Row Hugo Fyfe, Jenson Galvin, Kevin Liu, Max Thomas, Julius Ferwerda, Ethan Rowe, James Pennington, Marnix Ferwerda, Alessandro Brook Savill 2nd Row Alistair Liddle, Oliver Chang, Richard Fan, Hugh Langdon, Kristian Kortge, Kyle Verbunt, Andrew McGregor, Will Kissane 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Pierre Giggins, Keegan Barnedt, Moe Spencer, Will Fearn, Tomas Stewart, George Roubos, Felix Wolfe, Miller Soriano Absent Oskar Andersen, Matthew Dougan-Bath, Matt Fuller, Harry George, Hugo Kepper, Aidan McDonald, Hugo Richey, William Stretch, Angus Thomson

INTERMEDIATE BIG BAND Top Row Lucas Hiscock, Jiaze Jin, Larry Li, Seth EvansGreenwood, Tim Tso, Jerry Chen, Mr Kurt Abell 1st Row Will Fearn, Jimmy Long, Hayden Cory, Terence Wang, Joel Dow, Jackson Chen, Lachlan Auden Absent Tom Deans

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MELIORA CONCERT BAND Top Row Michael Cui, Alexander White, Eason Liu, Jerry Zheng, James Hepples, Josh McCahon, William Yang, Jack Pan, Kane Langdon 3rd Row William Stretch, Connor Tyler, Henry Salisbury, Ethan Rowe, Max Thomas, Kevin Liao, Thomas Sneyd, Marnix Ferwerda 2nd Row Miss Lauren McAlister, William Wang, Harrison Kemp, Landan Lee, Teddy Fidock, Oliver Chang, Elliot Tay, Christopher Chhour, Miss Frances Walker 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Angus McCormack, William Hallam, Leon Haralambakis, Seb Khan, Ayden Roos, Jack Harrington, Will Kissane, Miller Soriano, Lachlan Auden Absent Benji Bowen, Hudson Christie, Lihang Jiang, Alexander Lantrin, Max Lorden, Zak Oberai, Kyle Roos

WILSON HOUSE GUITAR ENSEMBLE L-R Daniel Cameron, Will O’Leary, Ms Nadia Sartori, Charles Wettenhall, Aashvik Sareen

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WILSON HOUSE STRING ORCHESTRA Top Row Danny Du, Luca New, Bryn Cory, Remy D’Alessandro, Jerry Mei, Kylan Thompson, Kyle Hearne, Rishi Mahendranathan, Alex Jin, Thomas Dunne, Frank Wu, Bolin Chen, Neo Yan, Aidan Hearne, Jed Constable 3rd Row Peter Dai, Huw Thomas, Will O’Leary, Jack Zhang, Frank Zhou, Sebastian Liddle, Gavin Liu, Lachie Reid, Kenneth Yeung, Cooper Chilcott, Harry Denning, Fletcher Brougham, Ed Hutchison, Stefan Bandura, Ms Terry-Anne Ashley 2nd Row Ms Estelita Rae, Leo Jansen, Eddie Jin, Henry Barber, Nathan Liu, Arthur Coste, Tom Anderson, Austin Taleb, Terence Gan, John Hall, Jordan Rose, Nicholas Galinas, Sebastian Naccarella, Anthony Tian, Will Hutchison, Thomas Un 1st Row James Lipovetsky, Andrew Liu, Oscar Liu, Jackson Zhao, Thomas Lipovetsky, Trent Vincent, Thomas Sloan, Declan McCormack, Ned Overend-Stevens, Murphy Zeng, Riley Luong, Bowen Ke, Charles Wettenhall, Evan Raglin Absent Jason Hang, Lucas Lin, William Nicholls

WILSON HOUSE CONCERT BAND Top Row Lachie Taylor, Lachlan Ballantine, Max Pihan, Bailey Mulhall, Noah Walton, Isaac Pels, James Paltoglou, Jacob Everett, Harry Bowerman, Jarvis Rowe 3rd Row James Crewdson, Luke Sexton, Jack Carson, Zac Murphy, Angus Beaton, Donald Li, Charlie Sabin, Harry Heaselgrave, Caelan Mackay, Mr Kurt Abell 2nd Row Max Barbary, Charles Zhao, Joe Lewis, Rob Xu, Jerry Pei, Jared Thomas, Matheus Judah, Gary Wang, Luke Connolly, James Li 1st Row Will Rattray, Luke Ferdinands, Oliver Chernikeeff, Sam Lorback, Daniel Cameron, Curtis Fyfe, Shau-En Usher, Conrad Retschko, Alex Hill, Nic Hewison, Robbie McNaughton Absent Leonardo Grollo, Mrs Helen Hardy, Ms Emily Newham, Daniel Piccolo, Mr Julian Schweitzer

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BORWICK HOUSE CHOIR Top Row Aidan Hearne, Bryn Cory, Kyle Hearne, Andrew Zhang, Isaac Pels, Kylan Thompson, Harry Young, Trent Vincent, Leonardo Paul, Frank Wu 3rd Row Ms Christine Heald, Charlie Sabin, Angus Beaton, Ned Overend-Stevens, Harry Bowerman, Jacob Everett, Tom Hara, Jarvis Rowe, Kenneth Yeung, Zac Murphy, Cooper Chilcott, Mr Hayden Brown, Mrs Hayley Blakiston 2nd Row Sam Longley, Nate Woff, Jared Thomas, James Crewdson, Will O’Leary, Fletcher Brougham, Harry Denning, Ed Hutchison, Jerry Pei, Austin Taleb, James Moreton 1st Row Curtis Fyfe, Evan Raglin, Luke Ferdinands, Charles Wettenhall, Stefan Bandura, Daniel Cameron, Huw Thomas, John Hall, Anthony Tian, Shau-En Usher Absent Xavier Chepurov

JUNIOR VOICES Top Row Henry Morandi, Oliver Jorgensen, Hugo Faulkner-Aschman, Nicholas Galinas, William Tan, Isaiah Harper, Ethan Davis, Tom Pollock 3rd Row Mr Hayden Brown, Lucas Judah, Corban Papadopoulos, Luke Duckinson, Sacha Swinton, Lachlan Strahan, Logan Chilcott, Charlie Denning, Fred Denning, Ms Alex Beamont 2nd Row Sacha Rose, Henry Barber, Brodie Buckingham, Jack Williams, Tiras Kasapidis, Jack Bulfin, James Lipovetsky 1st Row Alex Woolf, Ieuan Hill, Harry Charlton, Marlow Dipietrantonio, Henry Fearn, Lachlan Dever, Luca Savill, Ed Mohseni Absent Toby Jones, Rudy Schnepf

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JUNIOR CONCERT BAND Top Row Jack Curwood, Tom Hara, Eric Lee, Harry Eyers, Mara Lovett-Murray, Alex Gao, George Zeng, Jasper Williams, Zac Mongey, Will Church, Jeffrey Peng, Henry Thomas 3rd Row Ben Cornish, Jethro Roussety, Leo Reeve, Will Saadie, Joshua Torr, Carter Russell, Will Stenhouse, Steven Qiu, Hugo Giles, Domenic Todarello, Flynn Quill, Matty Townsend 2nd Row Christian Field, Eli Botha, Sid King, Fred Digney, Archer Hallinan, Deacon Salis, Nate Woff, Kai Ballantyne, Sandro Macnab, Matvey Kononchuk, Tom Horton, Mrs Hayley Blakiston 1st Row Sam Hou, Oscar Whitelegg, Sam Longley, Alexander Rozentoul, Ryan Raglin, Harvey Schutz, Jack Zhu, Eddie Tong, Fraser Stani, Ollie Sutherland, James Moreton, Luca Cleret Absent Addison Amor, Xavier Chepurov, Mrs Helen Hardy, Ms Lauren McAlister, Ms Emily Newham, Jack Pollock, Mr Julian Schweitzer, Jida Wang

JUNIOR PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Top Row William Tan, James Crewdson, Charles Zhao, Donald Li, Sam Longley 1st Row Des McDonald, Deacon Salis, Oliver Chernikeeff, Anthony Tian Absent Mr Julian Schweitzer

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JUNIOR STIRNG QUINTET Top Row Luca New, Bryn Cory, Frank Wu 1st Row Sebastian Naccarella, Ned Overend-Stevens


GROUPS DEBATING A GRADE Top Row Noah Jones, Joshua Sum, Patrick Liddle, Leo Kouskouris, Ms Zylkade Zekirija 1st Row Lukas Giannatos, Jordan De Worsop, Harry Barden, Curtis Wilson, David Li

DEBATING B GRADE Top Row Thomas Barlabas, Tianyi Wu, Matthew Ross, Carl Rumbens, Andrew Wang, Jason Gu, Ms Zylkade Zekirija 1st Row Joel Tyler, Nik Vakirtzis, Maxim Christodoulou, Jaikob Akinci, Larry Li, Sam Banfield, Liam Konidaris

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DEBATING C GRADE Top Row Eric Stone, James Capp, Charlie Catt, Mr Kogulan Sabaratnam 1st Row Dylan Goodger, Eric Sima, Keane Lombard, Juan Hu, Maxim Coste

DEBATING D GRADE Top Row Hamish Andersen, Simon Lin, James Reid, Ned Schumacher, Jiaze Jin, Zach Bowen, Mr Kogulan Sabaratnam 1st Row David Yuan, Cameron McIntyre, James McDougall, Jorge Houridis, Declan Bakker, Isaac Lee

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OUTDOOR EDUCATION LEARNING PROGRAM Top Row Benjamin Green, Max Mitchell-Adams, Lachie Briggs, Matthew Ross, Ben Fisher, Harrison Kirkham, Luke Marsden, Samuel Fitzgerald 3rd Row Lucas Pithie, Henry Hayman, Archie Jackson, Ethan Furey, Micah Swann, Luke Langdon, Spencer Wood, Daniel Smith 2nd Row Mr Dave Gemmell, Mr James Hilditch, Max Post, Billy Pearson, Jack Seymour, Jeremy Booth, Christian Aloi, Jack Clarkson, Harrison Boys, Craig Marais, Mr Nathan O’Malley, Miss Carly West 1st Row Ewan Smith, Jack Longmire, Hayden Cory, Dom Frederico, Luca Jarvis, Seth EvansGreenwood, Sam Banfield, Thomas Draheim, Ollie Cruse

CHAPEL SERVERS Top Row Nikolas Stavrellis, Matthew Ross, Martin Kulesza, James Bourke, Darcy Gilbert, William Stebbing, Wei-Yee Hall, Jenson Galvin, Fr Anthony Poole 1st Row Thomas Stretch, Denver Stroud, Lukas Giannatos, Sven Steward, Maxim Christodoulou, Liam Konidaris, Jaikob Akinci, Xavier Hendy

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MONITORS Top Row Mr Glenn Garland, Frank Wu, Bailey Mulhall, Thomas Dunne, Zach Mighton, Isaac Pels, Rishi Mahendranathan, Arty Woodward, Kyle Hearne, Josh Fletcher, Trent Vincent, Mrs Monica Le Couteur 3rd Row Harvey O’Sullivan, Declan McCormack, Max Pihan, Luca New, Jerry Mei, Bryn Cory, Aidan Hearne, Lucas Barwood, Jacob Everett, Jarvis Rowe 2nd Row Mrs Hayley Blakiston, Mrs Mandy Foulds, Thomas McMullen, Rob Xu, Cooper Chilcott, Carter Russell, Gavin Liu, Will Rattray, Charlie Sabin, Harry Denning, Jake Ring, Mrs Pauline Anthony, Mrs Laura Hall 1st Row Jackson Zhao, Ollie Sutherland, Robbie McNaughton, Conrad Retschko, Huw Thomas, Jared Thomas, Thomas Lipovetsky, Kevin Zhao, Will O’Leary, Ethan Abramovich

SCHOOL OFFICERS Top Row Bowen Ke, Luke Sexton, Harry Heaselgrave, Carter Russell, Lachie Reid, Billy Burgess, Ned Bailey 1st Row Ollie Sutherland, Hamish Featherston, Mr Peter Tellefson, Charlie Sabin, Luke Connolly

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HOUSE CAPTAINS Top Row Sebastian Naccarella, Charles Williams, Mr Glenn Garland, Mr Peter Tellefson, Cooper Ballantine, Luke Sexton 1st Row Edward Mitrevski, Jody Cripps


SPORT

1ST BADMINTON Top Row Oscar Lo, Ollie Cruse, Jason Tang, Ms Nancy Ting 1st Row Ryan Dang, Johnson Shen, David Li, Tony Ma Absent Victor Luo, Terence Wang, Matthew Warman

OPEN BADMINTON Top Row Larry Li, Jaikob Akinci, Jack Thomas, Kareem Zecevic, Jason Gu, Yali Lin 1st Row Louie Liu, Ryan Hartshorne, Curtis Wilson, Jason Wang, Hristos Paraskevas, Aymeric Fabre Absent Remy Bednarski, Eric Chen, Matthew Cook, Victor Ding, Archer Disney, Seth EvansGreenwood, Kieran Farrell, Eric Fu, Ben Graham, Wei-Yee Hall, Timothy Krynski, Robert Kyte, Lawrence Liu, Steven Luo, Seamus Mintrom, Peter Qiu, Harry Roubos, Eric Shi, Joshua Sum, Ms Nancy Ting, Tony Tso, Chris Van Essen, Lionel Wang, Tom Xu, Edward Yang, Asher Yu, Jevons Yu, Evan Zhang, Lincoln Zhang, Austin Zou

YEAR 9-10 BADMINTON Top Row Hugo Mintrom, Thomas Galinas, Ned Schumacher, James Bessell, Toby Marsden, Charles Chen, Hugo Simpson, Marcus Sorensen 2nd Row Jimmy Long, Zac Tassoni, Michael Paltoglou, Arito Nagasaka, Leo Yang, Owen Lin, Luca Spampinato, Charlie Morgan, Dylan Roberts, Mrs Wen Yan 1st Row Jevons Wang, Sven Steward, Tim Tso, Eric Chen, Liam Coleman, David Yuan, Cameron McIntyre, Aaron Hong-Dunnett Absent Jules Fabre, Edward Greenslade, Peter Gu, Peter Hou, Zach Mandragona, Mack McGrath, James Reid, William Sun, Harrison Svensen, Nicholas Verga, Mitchell Waldron

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YEAR 7-8 BADMINTON Top Row Eason Liu, Daniel Dai, Terence Wang, Jerry Zheng, William Sun, William Yang 4th Row Eason Gao, Sebastian Felicetti, Allen Wu, Thomas Doan, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Steven Lu, Kevin Liao 3rd Row Landan Lee, Ben Chou, Leon Gu, David Yang, Jack Pan, Noah Laurin 2nd Row Matthew Barwood, Fedya Kononchuk, Ken Lu, Michael Cui, Joseph Macfarlane, William Wang, Alistair Liddle 1st Row Christopher Chhour, James Steedman, Lachlan Kwong, Derrick Cee, Georgen Strintzos, Jimmy Bian, Oliver Chang, Samuel Walters Absent Ms Linda Chen, Leon Haralambakis, Lihang Jiang, Arnold Xu, Mark Zhao

YEAR 6 BADMINTON Top Row Jeffrey Peng, Joshua Hills-Jones, Frank Wu, Josh Fletcher, Zach Mighton, Andrew Zhang, George Ugrinovski, Alex Jin, George Zeng, Harry Young 2nd Row Mrs Monica Le Couteur, Will O’Leary, Thomas Lipovetsky, Jared Thomas, Charlie Sabin, Thomas Dunne, Leonardo Paul, Declan McCormack, Ibuki Sainsbery, Alan Ji, Ethan Bao, Fr Chester Lord 1st Row Bowen Ke, Max Barbary, Conrad Retschko, James Li, Oliver Murphy, Leonardo Grollo, Huw Thomas, Ethan Abramovich, Ryan Raglin Absent Remy D’Alessandro, Corey Gendala, Benjamin Ride

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YEAR 5 BADMINTON Top Row Joshua Torr, Frank Zhou, Zac Mongey, Neo Yan, Bolin Chen, Danny Du 3rd Row Howard Shao, Gary Wang, William Nicholls, Zac Murphy, Steven Qiu, Deacon Salis, Xavier Chepurov 2nd Row Fred Digney, Lucas Lin, Flynn Quill, Sid King, Stefan Bandura, John Hall, Max Zhou, Sam Hou, Mr Stuart Thompson 1st Row Jack Zhu, Curtis Fyfe, Evan Raglin, James Moreton, Matvey Kononchuk, Jack Pollock, Sam Longley, Arthur Coste, Fraser Stani Absent Alexander Rozentoul, Mrs Shelly Turek


1ST XI CRICKET Top Row Lukas Galanopoulos, Bailey Rohan, Spencer Wood, Craig Marais, Aidan Nicholls, Mack Gregson 2nd Row Greg Hick, Samuel Fitzg erald, Fergus Murray, Ben Sexton, Luke Marsden, Griff Adams 1st Row Felix Flockart, Max James, Mr Luke Stewart, James Larkworthy, Oscar O’Brien Absent Henry Hayman

OPEN CRICKET Top Row Aidan Nicholls, Jonty Wells, Samuel Fitzgerald, Benjamin Green, Mack Gregson, Griff Adams 3rd Row Greg Hick, Fergus Murray, Luke Marsden, Felix Flockart, Joshua Clyne, Ben Sexton, Cameron Glasgow 2nd Row Max Ashman, Craig Marais, Oscar O’Brien, Henry Hayman, Lukas Galanopoulos, Will Hughes, Michael Nasrallah, Mr Luke Stewart 1st Row Bailey Rohan, Denver Stroud, Spencer Wood, James Larkworthy, Max James, Shaurya Behl, Jack Seymour, Jack Stewart Absent Flynn Dickson, Dexter Dowd, William Fry, Nathaniel Fyffe, Zaid Hussein, Simon Jolles, Jack Longmire, Mr Matthew McLellan, Jack Stewart

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YEAR 10A CRICKET Top Row Mr Matt Wardell, Kai Dimattina, Henry Munnings, Harry Harte, Dan Hurd, Marcus Bierens, Mr Tom Wallace 1st Row Gus Edgar, Oliver Lally, Brendan Reddell, Lachlan Zissis, Josh Badge, Markus Mittermayr, Declan Hayes Absent Ryan Agg, Nathan Moore

YEAR 10B CRICKET Top Row Luke Hill, Jett O’Brien, Oliver Bradfield, Sam Funston, Tom Howard, Michael Webb, Tom Burnell, Mr Sebastian Saunders 1st Row Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Jack Curtis, Thomas Arrigo, Callan Cummins, Jonathan Hick, James Ianuali, Lucas Williamson

YEAR 9 CRICKET Top Row Elliot Perkins, Tom Howden, Archie May, Tim Moulton, Flynn Bongiorno, Ryan Jackson, Josh Tonini, Cameron MacKenzie 2nd Row Jules Lohan, Xavier Hendy, Jack Stewart, Lucas Toms, Noah Hartman, Ben Edmondson, Callum Heath, Oscar Lewis, Ben Curtis, Mr James Harrod 1st Row Thomas Rohan, Cooper Hollway, Samson Adams, Lachlan McCluskey, Declan Bakker, Jay Gibson, Josh DouganBath Absent Lane Donohue, James Hare, Jay Liu, Lachlan McCurry, Max Morris, Henry Pearson

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YEAR 8 CRICKET Top Row Kevin Liu, Angus Schumacher, James Hepples, Oscar Sloan, Jack Byrnes, Finn Powell, Harry McKenzie 2nd Row Moe Spencer, Patrick Aylward, James Pennington, Oscar Newstead, Jack Bailey, Tom Gianatti, Tommy Mazzoni, Matt Fuller 1st Row Max Crawley, Oliver Howell, Nate Stroud, Josh Finkelstein, Archie Walton, Jace Dimmer, Harry Penwright Absent Mr Ryan Barnett, Sam Heron, Max Nannes

YEAR 7 CRICKET Top Row Cooper Broun, Jem Spicer, Matthew Tiver, Sam Fanning, Aidan Williams, Sam Trainor, Aiden McFarlane 3rd Row Samuel Leonard, Joshua Dolan, Levi Ashcroft, Lachlan Wall, Kane Langdon, Thomas Sneyd, Lachie Roberts, Andrew Langworthy 2nd Row Charles Costa, Charlie Wood, William Hoy, Harry Lewis, William Stewart, Tom Kollmorgen, Nicholas Robertson, Cooper Rojko, Angus Roberts 1st Row Angus McCormack, Ben McDougall, William Torrens, Benji Bowen, Lucas Gray, William Barton, Felix Wolfe, Fletcher Hall Absent Julian Carlin, Mr Mark Dowley, Lachlan Edney, Teddy Fidock, Seb Glassel, Jeremy Murray, Zak Oberai, Connor Tyler

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YEAR 6A CRICKET Top Row Thomas McMullen, Carter Russell, Max Pihan, Cooper Ballantine, Lachie Reid, Harvey O’Sullivan, Tom Fischer, Mr Luke Fensling 1st Row Sebastian Naccarella, Hamish Featherston, Jake Ring, Luke Sexton, Ned Bailey, Jody Cripps Absent Harvey Newstead

YEAR 6B CRICKET Top Row Edward Mitrevski, Jake Charlton, Bailey Mulhall, Rishi Mahendranathan, Arty Woodward, Jerry Mei, Mr Dean Bryan 1st Row Robbie McNaughton, Oscar Ettershank, Alex Roach, Kylan Thompson, Ollie Sutherland, Ibuki Sainsbery Absent Harvey O’Sullivan

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YEAR 5A CRICKET Top Row Will Saadie, Tom Hara, Henry Thomas, Jasper Williams, James Paltoglou, Will Stenhouse, Mr Michael Stephens 1st Row Jordan Rose, Joe Lewis, Kai Ballantyne, Ed Hutchison, James Crewdson, Charles Wettenhall

YEAR 5B CRICKET Top Row Leo Jansen, Angus Beaton, Harry Eyers, Will Church, Mr Hamish Leahy 1st Row Luke Ferdinands, Sam Longley, Harvey Schutz, Alex Hill, Eli Botha, Oscar Whitelegg Absent Ben Calder, Jordan Rose, Charles Wettenhall

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BGS BOAT CLUB Top Row Charlie Durkin, Brady Collins, James Bourke, Charlie Clarke, Jakub Williams, Pearson Grant, Darcy Gilbert, Will Muller, Joshua Bortolussi, Harry Thom, Ben Morgan, Jack Tiver, Tom Bailey, Jake Tuim, Patrick Hoy, Ben Paynter, Harrison Kirkham, Harry Fisher, Sam Wyss, Sam Banfield 4th Row Julius Ferwerda, John Hollway, Sam Flockart, Dom Frederico, Connor Marriott, Lucas Connell, Hayden Cory, James Swyny, Charlie Catt, Lachlan Stewart, James Capp, Ethan Calcatjicos, Ethan Lovett, Eric Stone, Luke Travers, Stirling Findlay, Archie Jackson, Sam Stewart, Sam Llewellyn, William Moreton 3rd Row Jeremy Rodda, Nickolas Skocic, Calum Binnie, Finn Watson-Hook, Chris Field, Hamish Roberts, Jorge Houridis, Mitchell Kuzilny, Nick Anson, Lexi Wang, Zach Bowen, Rupert Evans, Noah Hunt, Jamie Draheim, Sebastian Watters, Oliver Robertson, Ethan Lyons, Angus Thomson, Connor McConville, Hugo Ettershank 2nd Row Blake Picking, Tom Hahn, Jacob Ellery, Malachi Bakker, Joe Catalano, Ryan Cory, George Hill, Oliver Fyfe, Brite Zeng, George Thompson, Tom O’Connor, Ted McKimm, Jasper Findlay, Oscar Noble, Christian Paice, Charlie Paterson, Miller Chilcott, Jenson Galvin, Angus Tragear Whiting, Leon Haralambakis, Mack Anderson, Mitch Terry, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton 1st Row Jake Mongey, Mr Brodie Miller, Harry Barden, Mr Gabriel Csaszar, Joshua Snowsill, Oliver Dutton-Schwietert, Patrick Liddle, Mr Nick Lloyd, Martin Kulesza, Dick Bartlett, Henry Armstrong, Mr Thomas Fisher, Brock Jackson, Mr Bryn Humberstone, Charlie Moore, Callum McPeake, Tom Banfield, Jamie Tzimas, Matt Field Absent Cooper Beasley, Dougal Bland, Jett Butler, Harrison Chapman, Beau De Bruijn, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Jack Galloway, Jamie Hope, Nic Merrill

1ST ROWING CREW Top Row Jakub Williams, Brock Jackson, Joshua Bortolussi, Callum McPeake, Harrison Kirkham 1st Row Charlie Durkin, Martin Kulesza, Mr Nick Lloyd, Henry Armstrong, Tom Banfield Absent Dick Bartlett

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SAILING SQUAD Top Row Joel Dow, Jackson Crawshaw, Harrison Chapman, Edward Forster, Matthew Ross, Dan Griffith 2nd Row Tomas Stewart, Isaac Lee, Will Fearn, Jordan Stewart, Ollie van der Slot, Jackson Court, Mr Robert Hayward 1st Row Lachlan Auden, Pierre Giggins, Benjamin Imbesi, James Provis (Co-Captain), Lachie Caldwell (Co-Captain), Matty Goss, Oscar Cowling, Hugo Kepper Absent Oskar Andersen, Isaac Burgess, Ben Morgan

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BGS SWIMMING SQUAD Top Row Lachie Brooks, Lachlan Hernadi, Jacob Travers, Thomas Farrelly, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Harrison Preston, Luca Macnab 6th Row Lukas Giannatos, Lachlan Barlow, Heath Fulton, Callum Couper, Zac Garrett, Billy Pearson, Will Ashcroft 5th Row Harry Harcourt, Damien Paino, Jack Duckinson, Harry Hartenstine, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Max Kortge, Ben Antonis 4th Row Ethan Rowe, Thomas Draheim, Eric Sima, Hunter Absalom, Jerry Chen, Charlie Lamont, Ewan Smith, Henry Salisbury 3rd Row Lachlan Lewis, Darcy Seymour, Hugo Fyfe, Jacob Cooper, James Tan, Jake Fincher, Jimmy Watkins 2nd Row William Hallam, Spencer Kirkham, James Macnab, Hugh Langdon, Oliver Dipietrantonio, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Joshua Farrell, Liam Fagan, Ms Katie White 1st Row Lachlan Paino, Kyle Roos, Will Crocker, Patrick Hanley, Kristian Kortge, Hunter Panahi, Ayden Roos Absent Christian Aloi, Reuben Cook, Jordan De Worsop, Vassili Kyparisis, Joshua Le Grice, Oscar Lewis, James Lineham, Luke Matthews, Max Mozina, Dylan Tomsic, Henry Williams, Asher Yu

YEAR 5-6 SWIMMING Top Row Lachie Taylor, Mara Lovett-Murray, Bolin Chen, Kyle Hearne, Trent Vincent, Charles Williams, Aidan Hearne, Jack Curwood, Lachlan Ballantine 2nd Row Mrs Cindy van Dijk, Jethro Roussety, Jerry Pei, Kevin Zhao, Fletcher Brougham, Cooper Chilcott, Billy Burgess, Caelan Mackay, Tom Horton, Mrs Cathy Box 1st Row Sam Lorback, Christian Field, Sid King, Will Bennett, John Hall, Oliver Chernikeeff, Curtis Fyfe

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OPEN TENNIS Top Row Sky Wu, Lachie Briggs, Cameron Acheson, Max McLachlan, Ryan Thorpe, Jack Damyon, Carl Rumbens 3rd Row Andrew Wang, Justin Feng, Lachlan Wake, Ethan Furey, John Paterson, Thomas Blamires, Max Blyth 2nd Row Spencer Nevett, Jordan Segar, Sam Haddon, Daniel Bates, Julian Svensen, Liam Konidaris, Mitchell Augustini, Ms Jo Ellis 1st Row Lucas Pithie, Dennis Gu, Jeremy Booth, Flynn Chan, Joshua Tate, Gary Hu, David Peng, Maxim Christodoulou Absent Max Benier, Benjamin Booth, Charlie Brewster, Will Brydon-Waldren, Tom Cantwell, Matt Downs, Peter Frances, William Graves, Will Gregory, Gary Guo, Luke Hart, Jordan Hayter, Jason He, Archie Hynes, Jason Jin, Mike Kantounatakis, Andreas Kardis, Yan Le, Will McAllister, Frank Morris, Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis, Liam O’Kane, Oscar Palmer, Lewis Panaouris, Rex Patterson, Frank Peng, Archie Perkins, Jaxon Putland, Harry Reilly, Michael Sigal, Callum Stanford, Steve Suits, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Jackson Swanell, Oliver Thomas, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Josh Williams, Jack Wyss

YEAR 10 TENNIS Top Row Fynn Lade, Harley Chessells, Samuel Breen, Hugh Moir, Thomas Picking, Peter Tsiakos, Patrick Gu, Oliver Lochhead 2nd Row James Semenov, Josh Hudghton, Caden Arnold, Joshua Louw, Lachy Miller, James Clark, Charlie Schwerdt, Maxim Coste, Mr Mark Sainsbery 1st Row Daniel Curatore, James Cannuli, Tony Li, Harrison Fulton, Gus Corke, Keane Lombard, Juan Hu, Dylan Goodger Absent Milan Adams, Aaron Aloi, Nick Barreto, Jordan Benitez, Callum Bond, Harry Cornwell, Oli Disney, Will Featherston, Chris Field, Will Field, Sacha Jacquet, Ajay James, Willem Karsten, Henry Kerr, Adam Larkan, Reagan Lenihan, Tian Pang, Alex Reilly, Mr Nicholas Tsiavos, Ned Walker

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YEAR 9 TENNIS Top Row Jack Kissane, William Bradbury, Spiros Velos, Cas Payne, William Stebbing, Angus Elliott, Henry Mitrevski, Freddie Smith, Will Field 3rd Row Jackson McKenzie, Matthew Hill, Milo Lade, Elijah Akinci, Jonathan Sum, James Cheng, Jiaze Jin, Jerry Chen, Liam Putland, Massimo Brasacchio, Aaron Mickelburough 2nd Row Max Langworthy, Josh Foulds, James Mitchell, Chuck Tian, Nikolas Katsonis, James McDougall, Simon Lin, Charlie Heaton, Tim Shaw, Jordan Secatore 1st Row Zack Bogoevski, Thomas Stretch, Sam Vakirtzis, Cail Thomson, Shaun Gunaratna, Stanley Chen, Lochie McDougall, Henry Lowenstein, Oliver Holland Absent Benjamin Akinci, Hamish Andersen, James Bessell, Mr Steve Emmett, Tom Henley, Marlo Hofmann, Jack Palmos, Charlie Rumble, Mitchell Ryan, Nikolas Stavrellis, William Stretch, Jarrad Thomson, Karl Unger, Justin Verdini, Luke Williams, Jack Zaikos

YEAR 8 TENNIS Top Row Ryan Zhu, Seb Madeira, Ben Hamson, Josh McCahon, Campbell Yeo, Ryan Williams, Mason Szonyi, Tristan Orb 3rd Row Angus Haddon, James Huang, Tommy Farrell, Aidan McDonald, Dan Whitson, Charlie Bramley, Archie Dowd 2nd Row Leon Liu, Jack Giblin, Christopher Tomaras, Joseph Beninati, Tommy Jarvis, Thomas O’Leary, Heath Dickson, Billy Morris 1st Row George Roubos, Jan Rekusz, Matteo Di Pietrantonio, Ethan Kearns, Shohma Funasaka, George Mihailidis, Richard Fan, Jake Roach, Alessandro Brook Savill Absent Toby Duckinson, Rex Ettershank, Jacky Kong, Sam Litis, Mr Nick Weymouth

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YEAR 7 TENNIS Top Row Gabriel Pozo, Alexander Lantrin, Zach Travers, Tom Jorgensen, Alexander White, Jackson Chen, Jasper Verapen 3rd Row Zac Ristevski, Luca Robinson, Will O’Connor, Ted Mactier, Tom Field, Marnix Ferwerda, Jonty McKimm, Jarryd Cummins 2nd Row Lachie St Leger, Oskar Andersen, Luka Farrell-Scarff, Patrick McConville, Harrison Kemp, Matthew McIntyre, Cade Segar, Jack Roberts, Miller Soriano 1st Row Andrew McGregor, Marcus Brittain, Max Brownbill, Tom Graham, Elliot Tay, Jack Harrington, Marcel Rose, Leonard Shen Absent Hudson Christie, Mr Darren Cook, Hugo Thomas

YEAR 6 TENNIS Top Row Harry Bowerman, Lewis Porteous, Thomas Dunne, Isaac Pels, Andrew Zhang, Declan McCormack, George Zeng, Harry Young 3rd Row Jarvis Rowe, Benjamin Ride, Addison Amor, Jacob Everett, Bryn Cory, Luca New, Leonardo Paul, Charlie Sabin 2nd Row Mr Robert Bater, Jared Thomas, Harry Denning, Gavin Liu, Jeffrey Peng, Rob Xu, Harry Heaselgrave, Huw Thomas, Mr Stuart Thompson 1st Row Ethan Abramovich, Max Barbary, Luke Connolly, Will O’Leary, Leonardo Grollo, Thomas Lipovetsky, Bowen Ke, Ryan Raglin

YEAR 5 TENNIS Top Row Archer Hallinan, Daniel Piccolo, Thomas Sloan, Jed Constable, Jason Hang, Jack Carson 3rd Row Deacon Salis, Domenic Todarello, Frank Zhou, Xavier Chepurov, Luca Cleret, Leo Reeve, Nate Woff, Miss Jacqui Stenniken 2nd Row Gary Wang, Matvey Kononchuk, Fred Digney, Tom Anderson, Ben Cornish, Terence Gan, Jack Pollock, Nathan Liu 1st Row Austin Taleb, James Moreton, Eddie Tong, Nic Hewison, Jack Zhang, Arthur Coste, Jack Zhu Absent Sebastian Liddle, Ned OverendStevens

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YEAR 6 TABLE TENNIS Top Row Remy D’Alessandro, Eric Lee, Zach Mighton, Jida Wang, Alex Gao, George Ugrinovski, Josh Fletcher, Frank Wu 2nd Row Fr Chester Lord, Corey Gendala, Hamish Elliott, Lucas Barwood, Noah Walton, Frazer Smith, Donald Li, Charles Zhao, Mrs Monica Le Couteur 1st Row Shau-En Usher, Jackson Zhao, Jesse Lacey, Will Rattray, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Conrad Retschko, James Li, Daniel Cameron Absent Alex Jin

1ST TOUCH FOOTBALL Top Row David Parlane, Kip Gibney, Ben Fisher, Christopher Valcanis, Max Hanna, Tom Marriott 1st Row Frank Ralogaivau, Leo Read, Harry Mathews, Oscar Buscombe, Edmund Burt, Harrison Boys Absent Mr Anthony Keane, Bud Trevillian

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YEAR 5 TABLE TENNIS Top Row Matheus Judah, Will Hutchison, Zac Murphy, Zac Mongey, William Nicholls, Danny Du, Mrs Shelly Turek 2nd Row Anthony Tian, Flynn Quill, Peter Dai, Steven Qui, Sandro Macnab, Murphy Zeng 1st Row Evan Raglin, Fraser Stani, Sam Hou, Lucas Lin, Riley Luong, Alexander Rozentoul Absent Stefan Bandura, Hugo Giles, Kenneth Yeung

OPEN TOUCH FOOTBALL Top Row Alec Ciciulla, Ben Sullivan, Vuna Ofahengaue, Jack Anson, Tom Marriott, Luke Langdon 3rd Row Max Mitchell-Adams, Max Hanna, Zac Crawley, Ben Fisher, Joe Lynch, Kip Gibney, Christopher Valcanis 2nd Row Harrison Boys, Mackenzie Horth, Max Post, Joshua Louw, Oliver Warren, Lucas Wright, Sam Sweet 1st Row Jonah Campigli, Zach Carr, Oscar Buscombe, Harry Mathews, Max Linder, Leslie Tole, Jonathan Pascuzzi Absent Will Biddick, Tom Harris, Mr Anthony Keane, James Mitchell, Blake Oliver, Micah Swann, Matt Taylor, Campbell Tweedie, Joel Tyler


YEAR 6 TOUCH FOOTBALL Top Row Cooper Ballantine, Kylan Thompson, Rishi Mahendranathan, Alex Gao, Bailey Mulhall 2nd Row Lachie Reid, Carter Russell, Noah Walton, Frazer Smith, Gavin Liu, Fletcher Brougham, Mr Robert Bater 1st Row Shau-En Usher, Hamish Featherston, Harry Heaselgrave, Thomas McMullen, Luke Sexton, Ned Bailey, Daniel Cameron Absent Eric Lee

YEAR 5 TOUCH FOOTBALL Top Row Will Saadie, Jed Constable, Jasper Williams, Mara Lovett-Murray, James Paltoglou, Daniel Piccolo 2nd Row Miss Jacqui Stenniken, Caelan Mackay, Joe Lewis, James Crewdson, Will Stenhouse, Kai Ballantyne, Ben Cornish, Archer Hallinan, Mr Michael Stephens 1st Row Jordan Rose, Nic Hewison, Jethro Roussety, Tom Anderson, Leo Reeve, Nate Woff, Peter Dai, Oscar Whitelegg Absent Ben Calder

YEAR 7-8 TOUCH FOOTBALL Top Row Hugo Ferguson, James Pascoe, Nick McCluskey, Cecil Puruntatameri, Jesse Smith, Oscar Gill, Thibaut Eiglier, Joseph Weber, Charlie Withington, Harry Newett 6th Row Joe Ramsden, Lenny Hofmann, Kaleb Brogan-Rioli, Lucas Hiscock, Nat Khan, Ben Fox, Rhys Hamson, Jarod Prins, Thomas Breen 5th Row Zayne Di Pietro, Oliver Aloi, Hugo Richey, Kai Vivian, Samuel Linder, Tom Howie, Liam Szonyi, Jeremy Thomas, Oliver Goodger, Calvin Cook 4th Row Max Lorden, Harry Pollock, Ethan Balaskas, Matthew Cruse, Alexander Jacob, Ben Brown, Nick Smith, Bailey McKenzie, Kyle Verbunt, Brayden Hope 3rd Row Joel Biddick, James Clarkson, Ezekiel Graham, George Ziaras, William Stretch, Campbell Dovison, Matthew Cameron, Dane Lombard, Jack Jowett, Lachlan Molloy, Charles Divers 2nd Row Tom Vance, Julian Carlin, Bailey Lewis, Aaron Hudghton, Seb Khan, Tom Hollway, Jack Barlow, Will Kissane, Josh Watters, Lachlan Bogoevski 1st Row Charlie Noble, Harrison Gibbins, Pearce Theodore, Daniel Fox, Lochie Silva, Michael Tuim, Josh Carr, Xander Mitchell, William Templeton, Ryder Trim, Matthew Dougan-Bath Absent Joshua Anson, Cooper Dowe, Lachlan Edney, Harry George, Mr Robert Hanley, Kento Hikima, Thomas Louw, Finn Mackay, Marcus Prins, Mitch Terry, Angus Tragear Whiting, Austin Wiseman GRAMMARIAN 2019

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OPEN CROSS COUNTRY Top Row Kyle Roos, Arito Nagasaka, Jason Gu, Tom Field, Ms Yvette Radas 1st Row Harrison Kemp, Ayden Roos, Harrison Chapman, Ken Lu, Harry Penwright Absent Tom Bartels, Jordan De Worsop, Finn Powell

YEAR 5-6 CROSS COUNTRY Top Row Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Lewis Porteous, Zach Mighton, Jida Wang, Luca New, Jacob Everett, Benjamin Ride, Will Rattray 2nd Row Mrs Cindy van Dijk, Jethro Roussety, Leo Reeve, Luca Cleret, Kenneth Yeung, Alan Ji, Joshua Torr, Harry Denning, Billy Burgess, Tom Anderson, Mrs Cathy Box 1st Row Oscar Whitelegg, Max Barbary, Conrad Retschko, Fred Digney, Murphy Zeng, Eli Botha, James Li, Leonardo Grollo, Edward Mitrevski, Fraser Stani

1ST XI HOCKEY Top Row Maxim Christodoulou, Brendan Reddell, Oliver Bradfield, Zach Adam-Gedge, Harrison Preston, David Li 2nd Row Dylan Goodger, Oliver Lally, Thomas Picking, Ewan Smith, Andrew Wang, Mr Patrick Sanders 1st Row James Semenov, Ben Hildebrand-Neumann, Lucas Pithie, Craig Marais, Spencer Nevett, Maxim Coste Absent Martin Kulesza, Jaxon Putland, Ned Schumacher

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OPEN HOCKEY Top Row Frank Peng, Tom Xu, Zach AdamGedge, Jaxon Putland, Yali Lin, Dylan Tomsic 2nd Row Jaikob Akinci, Maxim Christodoulou, David Li, Lukas Giannatos, Ewan Smith, Andrew Wang, Mr Patrick Sanders 1st Row Dan Griffith, Lucas Pithie, Seth Evans-Greenwood, Craig Marais, David Peng Absent Daniel Bates, Benjamin Booth, Martin Kulesza, Louie Liu, Spencer Nevett, Hristos Paraskevas, Harrison Preston, Michael Sigal, Tommy Sullivan Dunne, Lionel Wang, Matthew Warman, Spencer Wood, Mr Josh Bretherton, Mr Brad Marais

YEAR 9-10 HOCKEY Top Row Sven Steward, Jordan Stewart, Zac Tassoni, Freddie Smith, Callum Couper, Patrick Gu, Ned Schumacher, Christian Paice 1st Row Aaron Hong-Dunnett, James Semenov, John Hollway, Jack Kissane, Karl Unger, Sam Llewellyn, Thomas Stretch Absent James Bessell, Oliver Bradfield, Maxim Coste, Dylan Goodger, Olly Grasby, Ben HildebrandNeumann, Henry Kerr, Oliver Lally, Keane Lombard, Thomas Picking, Brendan Reddell, Dylan Roberts, Chuck Tian, Jevons Wang, Mr Simon Kessler, Mr Oscar Rochanakij

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YEAR 7-8 HOCKEY Top Row Kevin Liu, Thomas Doan, Finn Powell, Josh McCahon, Eason Liu, William Yang, Jake Fincher 2nd Row Will Fearn, Ezekiel Graham, Henry Salisbury, Liam Szonyi, James Tan, Elliot Tay, Jenson Galvin, Fedya Kononchuk, Ms Jessica Taillandier 1st Row Lachlan Paino, Lachlan Kwong, Leon Haralambakis, Blake Picking, Oscar Cowling, Julian Carlin, Lucas Gray Absent Matthew Barwood, Sebastian Felicetti, Hugo Fyfe, Pierre Giggins, William Wang, Ms Olivia Downes

YEAR 6 HOCKEY Top Row Harry Denning, Corey Gendala, Zach Mighton, Jida Wang, Aidan Hearne, Jacob Everett, Harvey Newstead 1st Row Ryan Raglin, Daniel Cameron, Conrad Retschko, Huw Thomas, Leonardo Grollo, Robbie McNaughton, Shau-En Usher Absent Mr Luke Fensling, Frazer Smith, Kylan Thompson

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YEAR 5 HOCKEY Top Row Tom Anderson, Joshua Torr, Lachlan Ballantine, Flynn Quill, Mr Stuart Thompson 1st Row Anthony Tian, Nathan Liu, Alex Hill, Jack Pollock, Matvey Kononchuk Absent Ben Calder, Evan Raglin

1ST XVIII FOOTBALL Top Row Archie Perkins, Harry Mathews, Ben Fisher, Felix Flockart, Zac Crawley, Joshua Bortolussi, Fergus Murray 3rd Row Mr Travis Hopgood, Judd Rowell, Jordan Segar, Jacob Travers, Campbell Tweedie, Max James, Henry Hayman, Luca Macnab, Luke Hart, James Provis 2nd Row Jordan Hayter, James Larkworthy, Christopher Valcanis, Thomas Blamires, Gus Edgar, Lachie Brooks, Will Ashcroft, Caspar Tremlett, Mr Benjamin White 1st Row Harrison Boys, Darcy McConnon, Oscar Lewis, Joshua Le Grice, Louis Butler, Darby Hipwell, Dante Caruso, Josh Duscher Absent Max Hanna

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OPEN FOOTBALL Top Row Kip Gibney, Joe Lynch, Harrison Kirkham, Lachlan Jackett-Simpson, Ben Morgan, Ben Paynter, Tom Cantwell, Jakub Williams 3rd Row Michael Nasrallah, Jake Mongey, Frank Morris, Billy Pearson, Max Blyth, Luke Langdon, James Provis, Will Hughes, Greg Hick 2nd Row Jack Seymour, Sam Roberts, Jamie Tzimas, Christian Aloi, Gus Bland, Daniel Smith, Lucas Wright, Jeremy Booth, Sam Banfield, Charlie Lamont, Mr David Nixon 1st Row Jack Longmire, Oliver Warren, Per Bellarts, Oscar O’Brien, Harrison Boys, Charlie Moore, Josh Duscher, Thomas Draheim, Meluke Gunter

YEAR 10 FOOTBALL Top Row Stirling Findlay, Brady Collins, Peter Tsiakos, Pearson Grant, Samuel Breen, Henry Munnings, Sam Wyss, Marcus Bierens, Tom Harris, Luca Macnab 3rd Row Lachy Miller, James Capp, Ben Sullivan, Tom Howard, Dan Hurd, Hugh Moir, Patrick Hoy, Flynn Cooper, Cameron Hathway, Blake Oliver, Leo Read 2nd Row Callum Bond, Charlie Schwerdt, Thomas Arrigo, Caden Arnold, Sam Flockart, Connor Marriott, Harrison Fulton, Josh Badge, Joshua Louw, Lucas Williamson, Mr James Gerstman 1st Row Tom Burnell, Ryan Agg, Luke Hill, James Ianuali, Lachlan Barlow, Gus Edgar, Milan Adams, Sam Stewart, Gus Corke, Callan Cummins, Hamish Roberts Absent Aaron Aloi, Will Ashcroft, Lachie Brooks, Harry Cornwell, Kai Dimattina, Thomas Farrelly, Chris Field, Harry Harte, Jonathan Hick, Josh Hudghton, Vassili Kyparisis, Nic Merrill, Alex Reilly, Harry Thom, Mitchell Waldron, Michael Webb, Lachlan Zissis, Mr Seb Williams

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YEAR 9 FOOTBALL Top Row Tom Marriott, Marlo Hofmann, Dougal Bland, Flynn Bongiorno, Lachlan McCluskey, Darcy Gilbert, James Bourke, Cameron MacKenzie, Angus Elliott, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Matteo Palillo, Elliot Perkins 3rd Row Luke Travers, Ryan McKenzie, Zach Bowen, Rupert Evans, Archie May, Josh Jarick, Ben Edmondson, Tom Howden, Max Morris, Zach Carr, Noah Hartman, Jackson McKenzie 2nd Row Mitchell Ryan, Xavier Hendy, Damien Paino, Sebastian Watters, Mitchell Kuzilny, Aaron Mickelburough, Luke Williams, Jorge Houridis, Nikolas Katsonis, Jamie Draheim, Jack Galloway, James McDougall, Lochie McDougall, Mr James Harrod 1st Row Jules Lohan, Max Langworthy, Jonah Campigli, Cooper Hollway, Charlie Heaton, Jamie Hope, Max Linder, William Moreton, Tom O’Connor, Jonathan Pascuzzi, Oscar Noble, Thomas Rohan Absent Matthew Bates, Lucas Connell, James Hare, Tom Henley, Henry Pearson, Jack Stewart, Lucas Toms, Justin Verdini, Tyson Williams, Mr Declan Adams, Mr Harry Hill, Mr Nick Pavlou

YEAR 8 FOOTBALL Top Row Oliver Aloi, Mason Szonyi, Zac Garrett, Ted McKimm, Jeremy Rodda, Mitch Terry, Angus Thomson, Jett Butler, Oscar Gill, Cecil Puruntatameri, Nick McCluskey, Tristan Orb, Miller Chilcott 3rd Row Tommy Keyte, Oscar Newstead, Tommy Farrell, Nat Khan, Darcy Seymour, Ben Antonis, Oliver Fyfe, George Hill, Ben Fox, James Clarkson, Dan Whitson, Kento Hikima, Matteo Di Pietrantonio 2nd Row Angus Tragear Whiting, Aaron Hudghton, Joe Catalano, Tommy Jarvis, Oliver Howell, Sam Heron, Archie Dowd, Cooper Dowe, Archie Walton, Patrick Aylward, Charlie Paterson, Jack Giblin, Kai Vivian, Mr Travis Hopgood 1st Row Luca Dixon, Billy Morris, Nate Stroud, Jace Dimmer, James Macnab, Brayden Hope, Oliver Goodger, Moe Spencer, Josh Finkelstein, Kyle Verbunt, Sam Litis, Jack Barlow, Bailey Lewis Absent Cooper Beasley, Kaleb Brogan-Rioli, Max Nannes

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YEAR 7 FOOTBALL Top Row Harry Pollock, Matthew Tiver, Jeremy Murray, Harry Newett, Zach Travers, Jesse Smith, Sam Fanning, Lucas Hiscock, Joseph Weber, Lenny Hofmann, Thomas Breen, Aidan Williams 4th Row Max Lorden, Aiden McFarlane, Levi Ashcroft, Bailey McKenzie, Josh Carr, Luca Robinson, Will Crocker, Will O’Connor, Hugo Richey, Jarryd Cummins, Charles Forster, Jonty McKimm, Joshua Anson, Samuel Linder 3rd Row Jeremy Thomas, Joshua Dolan, Lochie Silva, Max Brownbill, Joshua Farrell, Harry Lewis, Tom Graham, Tom Kollmorgen, Lachie Roberts, Michael Tuim, Spencer Kirkham, Jack Jowett, Georgen Strintzos 2nd Row Cooper Broun, Charlie Wood, Cooper Rojko, Joel Biddick, Charles Costa, Harry George, Andrew Langworthy, Lachlan Wall, Lachlan Lewis, Nicholas Robertson, Luka Farrell-Scarff, Lachlan Auden 1st Row Lachie St Leger, Marcel Rose, Angus McCormack, Harrison Gibbins, Ryder Trim, William Hoy, William Hallam, Angus Roberts, Ben McDougall, Marcus Brittain, Josh Watters, Charlie Noble, Fletcher Hall Absent Oskar Andersen, Rhys Hamson, Seb Khan, Noah Laurin, James Lineham, Sam Trainor

YEAR 6A FOOTBALL Top Row Cooper Ballantine, Hamish Elliott, Charles Williams, Bailey Mulhall, Max Pihan, Lachie Reid, Mr Luke Fensling 2nd Row Jody Cripps, Luke Sexton, Jake Ring, Carter Russell, Harvey O’Sullivan, Thomas McMullen, Tom Fischer 1st Row Sebastian Naccarella, Ned Bailey, Oscar Ettershank, Cooper Chilcott, Harvey Newstead, Hamish Featherston, Ollie Sutherland, Jesse Lacey Absent Arty Woodward

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YEAR 6B FOOTBALL Top Row Harry Bowerman, Frazer Smith, George Ugrinovski, Alex Gao, George Zeng, Noah Walton, Mr Stuart Thompson 2nd Row Robbie McNaughton, Addison Amor, Lachie Taylor, Leonardo Paul, Declan McCormack, Will O’Leary, Tom Horton 1st Row Jake Charlton, Will Bennett, Alex Roach, Rob Xu, Kevin Zhao, Fletcher Brougham, Ethan Bao, Luke Connolly Absent Jarvis Rowe


YEAR 5A FOOTBALL Top Row Sebastian Liddle, Jack Curwood, Will Church, Henry Thomas, Jasper Williams, James Paltoglou, Angus Beaton, Will Saadie, Mr Hamish Leahy 2nd Row Austin Taleb, Jack Carson, Kai Ballantyne, Will Stenhouse, Caelan Mackay, Xavier Chepurov, Joe Lewis 1st Row Oliver Chernikeeff, Charles Wettenhall, Zac Murphy, Ed Hutchison, Domenic Todarello, Sandro Macnab, Nate Woff, Luke Ferdinands Absent Nic Hewison

YEAR 5B FOOTBALL Top Row Hugo Giles, Ned Overend-Stevens, Mara Lovett-Murray, Zac Mongey, Daniel Piccolo, Steven Qiu, Ben Cornish, Mr Michael Stephens 2nd Row James Crewdson, Harvey Schutz, Flynn Quill, Sid King, Matty Townsend, John Hall 1st Row Alexander Rozentoul, Jordan Rose, Christian Field, Arthur Coste, Anthony Tian, Leo Jansen, Jack Zhu Absent Ben Calder

OPEN RUGBY Top Row Max Post, Reece Smart, Cameron Glasgow, Harry Barden, Will Muller, Ned Walker, Wei-Yee Hall, William Graves, Callum Stanford, Archie Jackson 3rd Row Alec Ciciulla, Sam Reid, Micah Swann, Max Mitchell-Adams, Flynn Dickson, Harry Thom, Charlie Clarke, Reuben Cook, James Sherborne, David Parlane, Mr Maxwell Forbes 2nd Row Mrs Biddy Duckham, Mackenzie Horth, Seamus Mintrom, Frank Ralogaivau, Sam Hayes, Ethan Calcatjicos, Stirling Findlay, Joshua Louw, Jack Stewart, Ethan Lovett, Charlton Stuart-Williams, Mr Joshua Moore 1st Row Nathaniel Fyffe, Joel Dow, Mitz Metaxas, Noah Jones, Edmund Burt, Will Brydon-Waldren, Jackson Crawshaw, Matt Taylor, Joel Tyler Absent Josh Canham, Charlie Catt, Nathan Moore

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1ST RUGBY Top Row Harry Barden, Max Mitchell-Adams, Cameron Glasgow, Harry Thom, Wei-Yee Hall, Flynn Dickson, Charlie Clarke 2nd Row Reece Smart, James Sherborne, Frank Ralogaivau, Jack Stewart, Alec Ciciulla, Mackenzie Horth, Mrs Biddy Duckham 1st Row Matt Taylor, Ethan Lovett, Noah Jones, Edmund Burt, Will Brydon-Waldren, Mitz Metaxas, Joel Tyle Absent Josh Canham, Sam Reid

U14 RUGBY Top Row Heath Dickson, Aidan McDonald, Thibaut Eiglier, Erik Kyparisis, Max Thomas, Charlie Withington, Mr Jack Hollingsworth 1st Row Joseph Beninati, Charlie Bramley, Harry Harcourt, Harry Bott, Jack Bailey, Alexander Jacob Absent Hunter Absalom, Calvin Cook, Jarod Prins

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U15 RUGBY Top Row Michael Paltoglou, Cas Payne, Tim Moulton, Ryan Jackson, James Reid, Hugo Mintrom, Samson Adams 2nd Row Jackson Court, Lucas Wilson, Noah Hunt, Dylan Roberts, Jordan Secatore, Hamish Andersen, Lenny Ewers, Mr Joshua Moore 1st Row Henry Williams, Liam Putland, Oliver Robertson, Josh Dougan-Bath, Vuna Ofahengaue, Liam Coleman, Alex Rico Absent Massimo Brasacchio, Ben Curtis, Ethan Lyons

U13 RUGBY Top Row Dane Lombard, Thomas Louw, Jerry Zheng, Jackson Fitzpatrick, Finn Mackay, Connor Tyler 2nd Row Marcus Prins, Seb Glassel, Ben Brown, Hunter Panahi, Patrick McConville, Mr Peter Whitehead 1st Row Matthew Dougan-Bath, Henry Evans, Charles Divers, Keegan Barnedt, Will Kissane, Gavin Barnedt Absent Gus Calder


1ST SOCCER Top Row Finn Livitsanis, Tommy Colaci, Dominic Kastrinakis, Aidan Nicholls, Cameron Khan, Jovaan Ugrinovski, Mack Gregson 2nd Row Costa Chantzos, Jack Clarkson, Steven Stavrellis, Kai Adachi, James Konstas, Nick Anson, Mr Kogulan Sabaratnam 1st Row Leo Kouskouris, Ethan Baines, Tom Redpath, Noah McGrath, Joshua Snowsill, Cail Thomson, Leslie Tole Absent Jack Anson, Lane Donohue, Ethan Vaserman

OPEN SOCCER Top Row Liam O’Kane, Ben Sexton, Ryan Thorpe, Steve Suits, Josh Williams 3rd Row Asher Yu, Matthew Young, Sam Haddon, Hamish Gee, Thomas Barlabas, Jason Tang, Gordon Chen, Jack Thomas, Patrick Liddle 2nd Row Charlie Brewster, John Paterson, Timothy Krynski, Lachie Briggs, Luke Marsden, Victor Ding, Isaac Burgess, Max Ashman 1st Row Jason Wang, Dennis Gu, Curtis Wilson, Gary Hu, Lewis Panaouris, Ryan Hartshorne, Julian Svensen, Oliver Warren, Ollie Cruse

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YEAR 10 SOCCER Top Row Jett O’Brien, Nick Barreto, Edward Greenslade, Toby Marsden, Harley Chessells 2nd Row Adam Larkan, Alexander Christopoulos, Declan Hayes, Fynn Lade, Zach Mandragona, Tony Li 1st Row Ryan Dang, Wilson Shi, Tom Redpath, Tian Pang, Matt Elliott, Juan Hu, James Cannuli Absent Mr Alan Wilkes, Mr Kosta Arvanitakis, Mr Tom Avdoulos

YEAR 9 SOCCER Top Row Finn Watson-Hook, Lane Donohue, Milo Lade, Simon Lin, Benjamin Akinci, Matthew Hill, Calum Binnie, Yousef Badawy 3rd Row James Cheng, Spiros Velos, William Bradbury, Tom Bailey, Marcus Sorensen, Jack Duckinson, Harry Llewellyn 2nd Row Jack Palmos, David Yuan, Stanley Chen, Declan Bakker, Oscar Lewis, Josh Foulds, Cameron McIntyre, Henry Lowenstein 1st Row Oliver Holland, Hudson Augustini, George Thompson, Leslie Tole, Henry Mitrevski, Isaac Lee, Zack Bogoevski Absent Kai Adachi, Elijah Akinci, Jacob Coper, Shaun Gunaratna, Callum Heath, Oscar Lo, Lachlan McCurry, Tim Shaw, Nikolas Stavrellis, William Stebbing, Cail Thomson, Jarrad Thomson, Tim Tso, Brite Zeng, Mr Michael Fitzgerald, Ms Anna Ladas, Mr Hamish McDowell, Mr Harry Parker

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YEAR 8 SOCCER Top Row Angus Haddon, Shohma Funasaka, Julius Ferwerda, Seb Madeira, Nickolas Skocic, Ayrton D’Alessandro, Ollie van der Slot 2nd Row Alessandro Brook Savill, George Mihailidis, Matthew Cruse, Tom Gianatti, Ryan Zhu, Ryan Cory, Thomas O’Leary, Campbell Dovison, Mr Shintaro Nagayama 1st Row George Roubos, Matthew Cameron, Kristian Kortge, James Hepples, Ethan Balaskas, Tommy Mazzoni, Max Crawley Absent Malachi Bakker, Joseph Beninati, Kristian Foster, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Matty Goss, Leon Gu, Ethan Kearns, Jacky Kong, Jake Roach, Mr George Fry, Mr Finn Roberts

YEAR 7 SOCCER Top Row Jimmy Bian, William Stretch, Jackson Chen, Gabriel Pozo, Alexander White, Marnix Ferwerda, Matthew McIntyre 2nd Row Cade Segar, Benjamin Imbesi, George Ziaras, Teddy Fidock, Thomas Sneyd, Hugo Kepper, William Templeton, Mr Jamie Watson 1st Row Liam Fagan, Felix Wolfe, Jack Roberts, Tomas Stewart, Jack Harrington, Tom Vance, William Torrens, Leonard Shen Absent Lachlan Bogoevski, Patrick Hanley, Lihang Jiang, Ted Mactier, Mark Zhao

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YEAR 6 SOCCER Top Row Harry Young, George Ugrinovski, Alex Jin, Isaac Pels, Andrew Zhang, Kyle Hearne, Thomas Dunne, Bryn Cory 2nd Row Will Bennett, Charlie Sabin, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis, Joshua Hills-Jones, Noah Walton, Lewis Porteous, Gavin Liu, Thomas Lipovetsky, Edward Mitrevski, Mrs Cathy Box 1st Row Jake Charlton, Ned Bailey, Ethan Bao, Billy Burgess, Luke Sexton, Jake Ring, Rob Xu, Kevin Zhao, Jared Thomas, Tom Horton Absent Harry Heaselgrave

YEAR 5 SOCCER Top Row Mr Michael Stephens, Harvey Schutz, Caelan Mackay, Kenneth Yeung, Tom Hara, Harry Eyers, Thomas Sloan, Daniel Piccolo, William Nicholls, James Crewdson, Domenic Todarello, Mrs Cindy van Dijk 2nd Row John Hall, Jethro Roussety, Kai Ballantyne, Joe Lewis, Matheus Judah, Ed Hutchison, Nic Hewison, Nate Woff, Riley Luong 1st Row Curtis Fyfe, Jack Zhu, Fraser Stani, Oscar Whitelegg, Oliver Chernikeeff, Eli Botha, Arthur Coste, Alexander Rozentoul, Luke Ferdinands, Leo Jansen Absent Stefan Bandura, Charles Wettenhall, Murphy Zeng

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YEAR 6 VOLLEYBALL Top Row Jerry Mei, Josh Fletcher, Kyle Hearne, Andrew Zhang, Rishi Mahendranathan, Isaac Pels, Kylan Thompson, Alex Jin 3rd Row Mrs Monica Le Couteur, Remy D’Alessandro, Bryn Cory, Harry Young, Thomas Dunne, Trent Vincent, Aidan Hearne, Eric Lee, Frank Wu, Corey Gendala, Mr Robert Bater 2nd Row Charles Zhao, Harry Heaselgrave, Gavin Liu, Lucas Barwood, Jeffrey Peng, Ibuki Sainsbery, Donald Li, Charlie Sabin 1st Row Ryan Raglin, Bowen Ke, Thomas Lipovetsky, Oliver Murphy, Jared Thomas, Huw Thomas, Jackson Zhao, Daniel Cameron, Shau-En Usher Absent Ethan Abramovich

YEAR 5 VOLLEYBALL Top Row Archer Hallinan, Jed Constable, Tom Hara, Bolin Chen, Thomas Sloan, Harry Eyers, Lachlan Ballantine, Matheus Judah 3rd Row Fr Chester Lord, Jerry Pei, Will Hutchison, Deacon Salis, Danny Du, Frank Zhou, Jason Hang, Peter Dai, William Nicholls, Mrs Shelly Turek 2nd Row Riley Luong, Jack Pollock, Jack Zhang, Eddie Tong, Sam Hou, Lucas Lin, Nathan Liu, Alex Hill, Sam Lorback 1st Row Evan Raglin, Matvey Kononchuk, Stefan Bandura, Terence Gan, Gary Wang, Sam Longley, James Moreton, Curtis Fyfe Absent Miss Jacqui Stenniken

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6 EUROPEAN HANDBALL Top Row Harry Bowerman, Remy D’Alessandro, Jerry Mei, Josh Fletcher, Trent Vincent, Lucas Barwood, Fr Chester Lord 1st Row Jackson Zhao, Oliver Murphy, Fletcher Brougham, Ibuki Sainsbery, Donald Li, Charles Zhao, Luke Connolly, Bowen Ke Absent Ethan Abramovich

5 EUROPEAN HANDBALL Top Row James Moreton, Frank Zhou, Danny Du, Jed Constable, Will Hutchison, Will Saadie, Mr Glenn Garland 1st Row Sam Lorback, Fred Digney, Lucas Lin, Jack Zhang, Xavier Chepurov, Peter Dai, Terence Gan, Jordan Rose Absent Sam Longley

FUTSAL SQUAD Top Row Ms Zylkade Zekirija, Leo Kouskouris, Matt Elliott, Hamish Gee, Matthew Young, Tom Redpath, Owen Vulcan, Gordon Chen, Hudson Augustini 1st Row Jack Clarkson, Finn Livitsanis, Steven Stavrellis, Noah McGrath, Ethan Baines, Alexander Christopoulos, Nik Vakirtzis Absent Thomas Barlabas, Keir Canwell, Costa Chantzos, Tom Deans, Dominic Kastrinakis, Ethan Vaserman

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YEAR 5-6 ATHLETICS Top Row Ned Overend-Stevens, Luca New, Jack Curwood, Hamish Elliott, Arty Woodward, Henry Thomas, Lewis Porteous, Thanasi Nimorakiotakis 3rd Row Ed Hutchison, Hugo Giles, Kenneth Yeung, Will Hutchison, Addison Amor, Billy Burgess, Will Rattray, Luca Cleret, Harry Denning 2nd Row Mrs Cindy van Dijk, Austin Taleb, Sandro Macnab, Will Bennett, Domenic Todarello, Sebastian Liddle, Jack Carson, Harvey Schutz, Terence Gan, Anthony Tian, Mrs Cathy Box 1st Row Jake Charlton, Jesse Lacey, Sebastian Naccarella, Eli Botha, Oscar Ettershank, Matty Townsend, Tom Horton, Edward Mitrevski, Ollie Sutherland, Oliver Chernikeeff, Leo Jansen Absent Lucas Barwood, Angus Beaton, Luke Connolly, Jody Cripps, Luke Ferdinands, Tom Hara, Harvey O’Sullivan, Jake Ring

ATHLETICS SQUAD Top Row Luke Langdon, Samuel Fitzgerald, Callum Harding, Samuel Breen, Cameron MacKenzie, James Bourke, Jack Damyon, Ben Fisher, Felix Flockart, Oscar Lewis, Aidan Nicholls, Louis Butler, Campbell Tweedie, Gus Bland, Nathan Moore, James Capp, Jackson Sweet, Christopher Valcanis 5th Row Mr Martin Green, Jonah Campigli, Mitchell Kuzilny, Maxim Christodoulou, Aaron Leferink, James Hepples, Ryan McKenzie, Ben Edmondson, Jamie Hope, Tom Howden, Jett O’Brien, Lucas Wright, Alec Ciciulla, Milo Lade, Mason Szonyi, Lucas Williamson, Mr Christian Machar 4th Row Xander Mitchell, Samuel Leonard, Joshua Anson, Joseph Weber, Zac Garrett, Jem Spicer, Thomas Breen, Harry Newett, Ben Antonis, Zach Travers, Tristan Orb, Lenny Hofmann, Hugh Langdon, Sam Fanning, Alexander White, Samuel Linder, William Stewart, Mr Christopher Dale 3rd Row Cameron Hathway, Archie May, Will Ashcroft, Matteo Palillo, Connor Marriott, James Swyny, Marlo Hofmann, James Reid, Vuna Ofahengaue, Tom Marriott, Ben Sullivan, Caden Arnold, Sam Flockart, Elliot Perkins, Harrison Chapman, Zach Bowen, Mrs Meg Adem, Mr Tom Morehouse 2nd Row Ms Amy Atchison, Will Crocker, Hugo Richey, Charles Forster, Archie Dowd, James Macnab, Kai Vivian, Brayden Hope, James Tan, Ken Lu, Kento Hikima, Josh Finkelstein, Henry Salisbury, Oliver Goodger, Bailey McKenzie, Connor Tyler, Zak Oberai 1st Row Harrison Gibbins, Tom Hollway, Ayden Roos, Wes Vogels, Michael Tuim, Elliot Tay, Harrison Kemp, Moe Spencer, Noah McGrath, Kyle Verbunt, Levi Ashcroft, Max Lorden, Max Brownbill, Ryder Trim, Kyle Roos, Ben McDougall, Oskar Andersen GRAMMARIAN 2019

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OPEN WATER POLO Top Row Alec Ciciulla, Ben Sullivan, Vuna Ofahengaue, Jack Anson, Tom Marriott, Luke Langdon 3rd Row Max Mitchell-Adams, Max Hanna, Zac Crawley, Ben Fisher, Joe Lynch, Kip Gibney, Christopher Valcanis 2nd Row Harrison Boys, Mackenzie Horth, Max Post, Joshua Louw, Oliver Warren, Lucas Wright, Sam Sweet 1st Row Jonah Campigli, Zach Carr, Oscar Buscombe, Harry Mathews, Max Linder, Leslie Tole, Jonathan Pascuzzi Absent Will Biddick, Tom Harris, Mr Anthony Keane, James Mitchell, Blake Oliver, Micah Swann, Matt Taylor, Campbell Tweedie, Joel Tyler

1ST WATER POLO Top Row Will Featherston, Harrison Kirkham, Harry Mathews, Thomas Farrelly 1st Row Oliver Robertson, Thomas Draheim, Max Post, Ben Paynter, Sam Hayes Absent Billy Pearson, Jordan Segar

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9 WATER POLO Top Row Luke Travers, Tom Bailey, Lucas Connell, Jake Tuim, Darcy Gilbert, Tom Jackett-Simpson, Max Morris 2nd Row Thomas Rohan, Jack Duckinson, Michael Paltoglou, Archie May, Matteo Palillo, Zach Carr, Jorge Houridis, Sebastian Watters, Ms Jaimi Dawson 1st Row Max Langworthy, Sam Vakirtzis, Oliver Robertson, Jamie Draheim, Damien Paino, Jay Gibson, Tom O’Connor Absent Hamish Andersen, Dougal Bland, James Bourke, Callum Couper, Henry Pearson, Henry Williams

8 WATER POLO Top Row Miller Chilcott, George Hill, Erik Kyparisis, Jett Butler, Oliver Fyfe, Tommy Farrell 2nd Row Tom Hahn, Harry Penwright, Tommy Jarvis, Hugo Ettershank, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Mrs Karine Coste 1st Row Heath Fulton, Billy Morris, Angus Haddon, Julius Ferwerda, Rex Ettershank, Lachlan Paino Absent Jack Bailey, Ted McKimm

7 WATER POLO Top Row Spencer Kirkham, Marnix Ferwerda, Joshua Farrell, Mrs Karine Coste 1st Row William Hallam, Harry Pollock, Andrew Langworthy, Josh Carr Absent Luka Farrell-Scarff, Pierre Giggins, James Lineham, Nicholas Robertson

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DIVING SQUAD Top Row Kristian Foster, Tommy Keyte, Ethan Gendala, Daniel Smith, Gus Bland, Charles Forster 1st Row Gavin Barnedt, Keegan Barnedt, Luca Jarvis, Meluke Gunter, Luca Dixon Absent Gus Calder, Ms Andrea Hayes

YEAR 5-6 LAWN BOWLS Top Row Tom Fischer, Cooper Chilcott, Harry Bowerman, Charles Williams, Lachie Taylor, Mr Luke Fensling 1st Row Sam Lorback, Matheus Judah, Harvey Newstead, Kevin Zhao, Jerry Pei, Riley Luong

YEAR 5-6 GOLF Top Row Bryn Cory, Jerry Mei, Kyle Hearne, Thomas Sloan, Isaac Pels, Jida Wang, Trent Vincent 2nd Row Mr Stuart Thompson, Rob Xu, Jarvis Rowe, Harry Eyers, Aidan Hearne, Max Pihan, Will Church, Lachlan Ballantine, Jacob Everett, Mr Hamish Leahy 1st Row Christian Field, Eddie Tong, Alex Hill, Charles Zhao, Jack Zhang, Nathan Liu, Jackson Zhao, Robbie McNaughton, Charles Wettenhall Absent Mr Dean Bryan, Donald Li

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FIRST 13 BASKETBALL Top Row Callum McPeake, Max Benier, Kareem Zecevic, Jake Tuim, Harry Reilly, Jack Damyon, Mr Cameron Taylor 1st Row James Mitchell, Will Biddick, Ben Graham, Hayden Mitchell, Samuel Fitzgerald, Ethan Furey, James Clark

OPEN BASKETBALL Top Row Jason Jin, Cameron Acheson, Joshua Sum, Edward Forster 1st Row Steven Luo, Justin Feng, Lincoln Zhang, Sky Wu, Peter Qiu

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YEAR 10 BASKETBALL Top Row Eric Sima, Charles Chen, Willem Karsten, Sam Funston, Beau De Bruijn, Lachlan Stewart, Owen Lin, Jason Yun 1st Row Daniel Curatore, Arito Nagasaka, Victor Luo, Leo Yang, Tony Ma, Oliver Lochhead, Harry Hartenstine Absent Will Biddick, James Clark, Callum Harding, Will Landman, Eric Stone, Jack Tiver, James Tsindos, Ms Briony Jones

YEAR 9 BASKETBALL Top Row Lexi Wang, Thomas Galinas, Jackson Pantelopoulos, Charlie Rumble, Josh Tonini, Hugo Simpson, Jack Zaikos 2nd Row Jonathan Sum, Jiaze Jin, Will Field, Luca Spampinato, Peter Gu, Jerry Chen, Sam Sweet, Mr Simon Maaser 1st Row Sam Vakirtzis, James Mitchell, Charlie Morgan, Jasper Findlay, Jimmy Long, Lucas Toms, Jay Liu Absent Massimo Brasacchio, Eric Chen, Jerry Chen, Ethan Gendala, Jay Gibson, Jake Tuim

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YEAR 8 BASKETBALL Top Row James Huang, Mack Anderson, Campbell Yeo, Jack Byrnes, Oscar Sloan, Terence Wang, Heath Fulton, James Pascoe 2nd Row Matt Fuller, Landan Lee, James Pennington, Tom Hahn, Arnold Xu, Mackenzie Giemza Hamilton, Christopher Tomaras, Jimmy Watkins, Nick Smith 1st Row Rex Ettershank, Lachlan Molloy, Angus Schumacher, Richard Fan, Ben Hamson, Allen Wu, Jan Rekusz, Leon Liu Absent Mr Christian Machar

YEAR 7 BASKETBALL Top Row Samuel Leonard, Alexander Lantrin, Michael Cui, Jack Pan, Joe Ramsden, Tom Jorgensen, Ethan Rowe, Hugh Langdon, Jem Spicer, Xander Mitchell 2nd Row Andrew McGregor, Miller Soriano, Benji Bowen, Kane Langdon, William Stewart, Hudson Christie, Tom Hollway, Zak Oberai, Miss Nicole Clark 1st Row Daniel Fox, Samuel Walters, Pearce Theodore, Zac Ristevski, Alistair Liddle, Christopher Chhour, Austin Wiseman Absent William Barton, Derrick Cee, Oliver Chang, Lachlan Edney, Joseph Macfarlane, James Steedman, Hugo Thomas, Jasper Verapen

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YEAR 6 BASKETBALL Top Row Cooper Ballantine, Bailey Mulhall, Alex Gao, Arty Woodward, Rishi Mahendranathan, George Zeng, Charles Williams, Eric Lee 3rd Row Mr Robert Bater, Addison Amor, Declan McCormack, Leonardo Paul, Max Pihan, Hamish Elliott, Frank Wu, Jeffrey Peng, Luca New, Jarvis Rowe, Mrs Monica Le Couteur 2nd Row James Li, Will Rattray, Harvey O’Sullivan, Carter Russell, Lachie Taylor, Lachie Reid, Cooper Chilcott, Alan Ji, Tom Fischer 1st Row Jesse Lacey, Ollie Sutherland, Sebastian Naccarella, Hamish Featherston, Will O’Leary, Jody Cripps, Oscar Ettershank, Thomas McMullen, Max Barbary Absent Mr Dean Bryan, Benjamin Ride

YEAR 5 BASKETBALL Top Row Angus Beaton, Danny Chen, Henry Thomas, Bolin Chen, Neo Yan, Mara Lovett-Murray, Will Church, James Paltoglou, Jack Curwood, Mr Hamish Leahy 2nd Row Miss Jacqui Stenniken, Jerry Pei, Leo Reeve, Luca Cleret, Steven Qiu, Sebastian Liddle, Ned Overend-Stevens, Jason Hang, Will Stenhouse, Zac Murphy, Jack Carson, Mrs Shelly Turek 1st Row Christian Field, Austin Taleb, Matty Townsend, Ben Cornish, Howard Shao, Gary Wang, Sam Hou, Eddie Tong, Max Zhou Absent Hugo Giles, Archer Hallinan, Sid King, Sandro Macnab, Zac Mongey, Deacon Salis, Jasper Williams

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SNOW SPORTS SQUAD Top Row Will Field, Jacky Kong, Daniel Smith, Jack Damyon, Martin Kulesza, Sam Wyss, Brady Collins 2nd Row Matthew McIntyre, Gavin Barnedt, Jan Rekusz, Tom Bailey, Ethan Gendala, Lachy Miller, Keegan Barnedt, Hamish Roberts, Mr Mat Steed 1st Row Elliot Tay, Tom Field, Jasper Findlay, Noah Jones, Noah Hunt, Alex Rico, Isaac Lee Absent Tom Bartels, Flynn Cooper, Oscar Cowling, Oscar Gill, Tom Hahn, Max Nannes, Christian Paice, Harry Thom

JUNIOR SCHOOL SNOW SPORTS Top Row Thomas McMullen, Archer Hallinan, Will Church, Max Pihan, Harry Eyers, Ned OverendStevens, Fletcher Brougham, Riley Luong 2nd Row Sam Lorback, Toby Jones, Christian Field, Flynn Quill, Leonardo Grollo, Hudson Hallinan, Jake Charlton, Luciano Persoglia, Mr Glenn Garland 1st Row Mason Grollo, Bertie Brougham, Alex Rekusz, Monty Brougham, Harry Charlton, Richie Evans, Martin Yang, Tom McLean Absent Angus Beaton, Corey Gendala, Max Mailing, Jake Ring

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ROLL CALL 3 ELC BILBY

Reuben De Reuck

Jack Gannon

Iggy Giesinger

Leonardo Hayball

Kevin Huang

Sam Jane

James Trubiano

Jaden Kemal

Kian Malone

Emerson Noble

Billy Pettiona

Caleb Shen

Taylor Stokie

Will Strahan

Hongyi Wang

Fletcher Watson

Teddy Williams

Nanfei Yan

Benjamin Zhang

Enzo Zhang

Lucas Zhao

Sam Auditore

Sebastian Davies

Gus Donald

Hugh Donald

Samih Elmasri

Jack Groves

Hugo Heinz

Daniel Huang

Massimo Jing

William Kent

Jack Lane

Finnegan McDonnell

3 ELC

WOMBAT

Jack Hamilton

Harry Healy

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William McPherson

Noah Nandwani

Iggy Rowe

Deniz Junior Sivasli

Jack Skinner

Max TaffardPhillips

Jackson Bartlett

Brandon Currie

Liam Dever

Freddie Giesinger

Sam Meldrum

4 ELC

BANDICOOT

Christopher MichaelidesNicolaou

Raphael Gilmour

Lachlan Grubb

Oscar Kirby

Jason Li

Taj Manoharan

Stirling Parker

Jamie Roubos

Ned Stewart

Charlie Stillwell

Christian Trubiano Matthew Trubiano Billy Vautin

Gabriel Muratore

Osborn Wang

4 ELC

Archer Watkins

Frank Yan

Bentley Zeng

Sam Croft

William Giddings

Joey Guo

284

GRAMMARIAN 2019

WALLABY

Nadir Gurleyen

Harry Hassall

Archie Bateman

Nathan Biggin

Angus Byrne

Nathan He

Noah Kemal

Jake Knipe


Henry Lapitan

Rhys Nethercott

Jacob Pretorius

Charlie Shaw

Rayaan Srinivasan Oscar West

George Whittle

Oscar Xu

Max Adem

Isaac Corcoris

Cale Donald

Freddie Pollock

Ryan Qiu

Cody Tong

Zack Blumfield

Max Booth

Thomas Leaman

Joseph Li

PREP

Aaron Yang

Bart Yang

Robinson Zheng

Christian Ferdinands

Charlie Lipovetsky Zane Mtenje

FIVEDALE

Tino Pang

Charlie Parrish

PREP

KURRAJONG

Louis van Jaarsveld

Austin Vassallo

Hudson Vaughan

Darren Zhu

Harley Chan

Tristan Deicke

Olly Heath

Archie Hooper

Cooper Johnston

Edward Olliver

Raphael Persoglia

Nicholas Shumsky

Edward Wittenberg

Leo Yang

Aarav Kurien

GRAMMARIAN 2019

285


ROLL CALL

YEAR 1

BANKSIA

Huey Bastone

Scott Bowen

George Clancy

Tom Cozens

Jack Cunnington

Marco D’Assisi

Miles Neatnica

Harvey Negoro

Mason Grollo

Keaton Harte

Noam Kerherve

Evan Liu

Max Liu

Lenny Lui

Tom Saadie

Eric Shao

Henry Spring

Sam Tregear

Kyle Wang

Henry Zhang

Charlie Auditore

Charlie Beynon

William Bracken

Rupert Clancy

Bentley Fulkoski

Roy Gu

Andreas Ktori

Ethan Liang

YEAR 1 HEATH

Justin Guo

Chris Han

Logan Hollow

Alex Keenan

Zack Knipe

Lucas Kokkinos

Hunter Luu

Brandon Marks

Tom McLean

Ollie Rodd

Neo Wang

Jonathan Zeng

286

GRAMMARIAN 2019


YEAR 2 ACACIA

Liam Krastich

Luciano Persoglia

Caleb Arceri

Daniel Arnold

Jayden Chen

Barnaby Heath

William Husband

Nathan Jones

Dante Salvo

Jaiden Stokie

Justin Tan

Adriaan van Jaarsveld

Zheyi Zhu

Thomas Black

Bertie Brougham

Tyler Buckingham

Finlay Campbell

Thomas Everett

Shya Harvey

Euan McQualter

Alex Rekusz

Sam Sabin

Jack Stretch

Charlie Xia

Victor Ying

Oliver Chen

Hugo Cleret

Fletcher Cowan

George Cozens

Henry Dai

Lachlan Dever

Oska Jacob

Toby Jones

Tiras Kasapidis

Leo Lin

Jaska Maher

Ethan Marks

YEAR 2

WARATAH

Kevin Lin

Harold Liu

YEAR 3 BURKE

Marlow Dipietrantonio

Jeremy Hiscock

GRAMMARIAN 2019

287


ROLL CALL

Tom Pollock

Jesse Pratt

Sacha Rose

Jack Stavrakis

Quinn Wang

Jack Williams

Alex Woolf

Ethan Yang

Charlie Anderson

Xavier Bates

Jack Bulfin

Harry Charlton

Thomas Chen

YEAR 3 WILLS

Benjamin Zhao

Evan Constable

Harper Cunnington

Luca D’Assisi

Ieuan Hill

Lucas Judah

Matthew Keenan

Danny Liu

Max Mailing

James Reece

Aston Russell

Rudy Schnepf

Sacha Swinton

Jack Tregear

Hudson Vassallo

Ryan Weaver

Harryson Yang

Sid Bartlett

Logan Chilcott

Ethan Davis

Nicholas Galinas

Hudson Hallinan

YEAR 4 Martin Yang

Simon Yao

Thomas Zhuang

Fred Denning

Jack Epstein

Richie Evans

288

GRAMMARIAN 2019

BASS

Hugo FaulknerAschman

Henry Fearn


Eddie Jin

Oliver Jorgensen

Luke Lawrence

James Lipovetsky

Ben Louw

Corban Papadopoulos

Luke Roode

Austin Saleh

Hamish Bramich

Brodie Buckingham

Charlie Cordner

YEAR 4 COOK

Alan Wang

Owen Yu

Marco Zhou

Zebi Graham

Max Henley

Luke Kollmorgen

Tobias Landsman

Andrew Liu

Eason Ma

Paddy MacSweeney

Henry Morandi

Sam Richardson

Aashvik Sareen

Mitchell Spence

Lachlan Strahan

Neil Sun

William Tan

Max Thomson

Thomas Un

Henry Barber

Monty Brougham

Mitchell Carney

Charlie Denning

Luke Duckinson

Isaiah Harper

Auryn Hills-Jones

Kevin Li

YEAR 4

George Williams

Etienne Eiglier

FLINDERS

Shuqi Gu

John Haralambakis

GRAMMARIAN 2019

289


ROLL CALL

Oscar Liu

Tokey Ma

Hamish McCausland

Des McDonald

Ed Mohseni

Diesel Murphy

Liam Raftis

Luca Savill

Tom Anderson

Luca Cleret

Jack Curwood

Fred Digney

YEAR 5 ARGYLE

Lachlan Wiseman

Ronnie Xu

John Hall

Jason Hang

Tom Hara

Will Hutchison

Matheus Judah

Sid King

Sebastian Liddle

Lucas Lin

Zac Murphy

James Paltoglou

Evan Raglin

Leo Reeve

Alexander Rozentoul

Henry Thomas

Eddie Tong

Charles Wettenhall

Stefan Bandura

Angus Beaton

Eli Botha

Ben Calder

Alex Hill

Ed Hutchison

Leo Jansen

Nathan Liu

YEAR 5

Jack Zhang

Max Zhou

Peter Dai

Harry Eyers

290

GRAMMARIAN 2019

MELVILLE

Archer Hallinan

Nic Hewison


Mara LovettMurray

Caelan Mackay

Sandro Macnab

Jack Pollock

Flynn Quill

Thomas Sloan

Fraser Stani

Joshua Torr

Lachlan Ballantine Jack Carson

Will Church

YEAR 5 SCOTT

Kenneth Yeung

Frank Zhou

Jack Zhu

Jed Constable

Ben Cornish

Arthur Coste

Danny Du

Christian Field

Curtis Fyfe

Sam Hou

Matvey Kononchuk

Joe Lewis

Sam Lorback

Riley Luong

Zac Mongey

William Nicholls

Jerry Pei

Daniel Piccolo

Will Stenhouse

Kai Ballantyne

Bolin Chen

Sam Longley

James Moreton

YEAR 5

Anthony Tian

Jasper Williams

Neo Yan

Murphy Zeng

Xavier Chepurov

Oliver Chernikeeff

James Crewdson

Luke Ferdinands

ZACHARIAH

Terence Gan

Hugo Giles

GRAMMARIAN 2019

291


ROLL CALL

Ned OverendStevens

Steven Qiu

Jordan Rose

Jethro Roussety

Will Saadie

Deacon Salis

Austin Taleb

Domenic Todarello Matty Townsend

Harvey Schutz

Howard Shao

Gary Wang

Oscar Whitelegg

Nate Woff

Addison Amor

Billy Burgess

Jody Cripps

Remy D’Alessandro

Harry Denning

Oscar Ettershank

YEAR 6

DISCOVERY

Jacob Everett

Josh Fletcher

Alan Ji

Bowen Ke

Jesse Lacey

Thomas Lipovetsky

Gavin Liu

Rishi Mahendranathan

Robbie McNaughton

Jerry Mei

Leonardo Paul

Conrad Retschko

Jarvis Rowe

Frazer Smith

Shau-En Usher

Trent Vincent

Max Barbary

Will Bennett

Harry Bowerman

Daniel Cameron

YEAR 6

Noah Walton

292

Jackson Zhao

GRAMMARIAN 2019

ENDEAVOUR


Jake Charlton

Bryn Cory

Thomas Dunne

Alex Gao

Kyle Hearne

Harry Heaselgrave Tom Horton

Alex Jin

Eric Lee

Donald Li

Sebastian Naccarella

Jeffrey Peng

Lachie Reid

Charlie Sabin

Jared Thomas

George Ugrinovski

Cooper Ballantine

Ethan Bao

YEAR 6

INVESTIGATOR

Jida Wang

Arty Woodward

Kevin Zhao

Lucas Barwood

Fletcher Brougham

Cooper Chilcott

Tom Fischer

Corey Gendala

Leonardo Grollo

Declan McCormack

Zach Mighton

Edward Mitrevski

Bailey Mulhall

Harvey Newstead

Harvey O’Sullivan

Isaac Pels

Max Pihan

Ryan Raglin

Benjamin Ride

Carter Russell

Ibuki Sainsbery

Huw Thomas

Charles Williams

Rob Xu

George Zeng GRAMMARIAN 2019

293


ROLL CALL

YEAR 6

RESOLUTION

Ethan Abramovich Ned Bailey

Luke Connolly

Hamish Elliott

Hamish Featherston

Aidan Hearne

Joshua HillsJones

James Li

Thomas McMullen

Oliver Murphy

Luca New

Thanasi Nimorakiotakis

Will O’Leary

Lewis Porteous

Will Rattray

Jake Ring

Alex Roach

Luke Sexton

Ollie Sutherland

Lachie Taylor

Kylan Thompson

Frank Wu

Harry Barden

Isaac Burgess

Jules Fabre

Max MitchellAdams

Liam Putland

1

ARMSTRONG

Harry Young

Andrew Zhang

Charles Zhao

Dylan Goodger

Aaron HongDunnett

Yan Le

Simon Lin

Harry Llewellyn

Finn McInerney

Ewan Smith

Joshua Sum

Jason Tang

Zac Tassoni

Jake Tuim

Mitchell Waldron

294

GRAMMARIAN 2019


2

ARMSTRONG

Nate Hollis

Jamie Hope

Griff Adams

Caden Arnold

Marcus Bierens

Brady Collins

Jasper Findlay

Dan Griffith

Mitchell Kuzilny

Lachy Miller

Billy Pearson

Harry Reilly

Jack Seymour

Josh Williams

Matthew Bates

Per Bellarts

Thomas Blamires

Luke Hill

Jason Jin

Reagan Lenihan

3

Tyson Williams

Jevons Yu

Samuel Breen

Maxim Christodoulou

ARMSTRONG

Ben Curtis

Dexter Dowd

Callum Harding

4

Louie Liu

James McDougall

Vuna Ofahengaue

James Provis

Jovaan Ugrinovski

Charlie Brewster

Thomas Farrelly

Christian Felicetti

Justin Feng

Peter Frances

ARMSTRONG

Gary Hu

Steven Luo

Massimo Brasacchio

Mitz Metaxas GRAMMARIAN 2019

295


ROLL CALL

5

ARMSTRONG

Jaxon Putland

Alex Reilly

Alex Rico

Jonathan Sum

Lucas Wilson

Jerry Chen

Hayden Cory

Beau De Bruijn

Will Featherston

Harry Hartenstine Will Hughes

Jay Liu

Lachie Briggs

Lewis Panaouris

6

ARMSTRONG Henry Pearson

Eric Shi

Joshua Snowsill

Cail Thomson

Owen Vulcan

David Yuan

Thomas Barlabas

Daniel Bates

Dante Caruso

Jack Curtis

Dom Frederico

Edward Greenslade

Noah Hunt

Jiaze Jin

Dominic Kastrinakis

Sam Llewellyn

Oscar Lo

Zach Mandragona

Spencer Nevett

David Peng

Ben Sexton

Marcus Sorensen

Lachlan Auden

Gavin Barnedt

Keegan Barnedt

Tommy Breen

Marcus Brittain

7

ARMSTRONG Matthew Young

296

GRAMMARIAN 2019


Ben Brown

Gus Calder

Derrick Cee

Sam Fanning

Daniel Fox

Harrison Gibbins

Rhys Hamson

Jack Harrington

Lucas Hiscock

Harrison Kemp

Tom Kollmorgen

Alex Lantrin

Sam Leonard

James Lineham

Joseph Macfarlane

Ben McDougall

8

ARMSTRONG

Hunter Panahi

Hugo Richey

Cooper Rojko

Leonard Shen

Elliot Tay

Michael Tuim

Matthew Barwood

Cooper Beasley

Ryan Cory

Daniel Dai

Matteo Di Pietrantonio

Jace Dimmer

Archie Dowd

Sebastian Felicetti

Ben Fox

Eason Gao

Oscar Gill

Oliver Goodger

Ben Hamson

Brayden Hope

James Huang

Alexander Jacob

Jacky Kong

Oscar Newstead

James Pascoe

Charlie Paterson

Jan Rekusz

Darcy Seymour

Angus Tragear Whiting

Ryan Williams

GRAMMARIAN 2019

297


ROLL CALL

1

Campbell Yeo

Will McAllister

CROWTHER

Christian Paice

Tian Pang

Calum Binnie

Flynn Chan

Patrick Gu

Ryan Hartshorne

Jack Kissane

William Stebbing

Jack Stewart

Joshua Tate

Jack Tiver

Lucas Williamson

Gus Bland

David Canta

James Clark

Aymeric Fabre

Archie Hynes

Craig Marais

Cameron McIntyre Charlie Moore

2

Curtis Wilson

Lincoln Zhang

Samuel Fitzgerald

Thomas Galinas

CROWTHER

Dennis Gu

Patrick Hoy

3

Ben Morgan

Michael Paltoglou

Campbell Sedgwick

Sam Wyss

Dougal Bland

Archer Disney

Sam Funston

Peter Gu

298

GRAMMARIAN 2019

CROWTHER

Ryan Jackson

Robert Kyte

Josh Badge

Lachlan Barlow

Will Landman

Joshua Le Grice


Frank Peng

Peter Qiu

Dylan Tomsic

Josh Tonini

Sebastian Watters Jay Jay Zhu

Shumon Alam

Charles Chen

Liam Coleman

Kip Gibney

Luke Hart

Max Kortge

Henry Lowenstein

Victor Luo

Jake Mongey

Damien Paino

Dylan Roberts

Jason Wang

Jackson Crawshaw

Oli Disney

Charlie Durkin

Olly Grasby

Aaron Mickelburough

Max Morris

Aidan Nicholls

Matteo Palillo

Declan Bakker

Harrison Boys

4

CROWTHER

Charlie Lamont

Tony Li

5

Jack Wyss

Kareem Zecevic

Sam Hayes

Brock Jackson

CROWTHER

Finn Livitsanis

Archie May

6

Chuck Tian

Peter Tsiakos

Ethan Vaserman

Oliver Warren

CROWTHER

GRAMMARIAN 2019

299


ROLL CALL

Costa Chantzos

Harrison Chapman

Maxim Coste

Zac Crawley

Lane Donohue

Rupert Evans

Wei-Yee Hall

Jason He

7

CROWTHER

Nikolas Katsonis

Henry Kerr

Oscar Palmer

Sven Steward

Jack Stewart

Jack Thomas

Cooper Broun

Max Brownbill

Oliver Chang

Christopher Chhour

Hudson Christie

Lachie Edney

Jackson Fitzpatrick

Charlie Forster

Harry George

Tom Graham

Will Hoy

Ben Imbesi

Lihang Jiang

Will Kissane

Finn Mackay

Angus McCormack

Matthew McIntyre

Zak Oberai

Luca Robinson

Will Stewart

James Tan

Pearce Theodore

Matthew Tiver

William Torrens

Mack Anderson

Patrick Aylward

Malachi Bakker

8

Tom Vance

300

William Wang

GRAMMARIAN 2019

Josh Watters

CROWTHER


Ethan Balaskas

Jack Barlow

Joseph Beninati

Charlie Bramley

Joe Catalano

Matt Fuller

Zac Garrett

Jack Giblin

Kento Hikima

Oliver Howell

Fedya Kononchuk

Kristian Kortge

Leon Liu

Nick McCluskey

Aidan McDonald

Billy Morris

Lachlan Paino

Cecil Puruntatameri

Nickolas Skocic

Max Thomas

Archie Walton

Charlie Withington Allen Wu

Jordan Benitez

James Bessell

Ethan Calcatjicos

Lenny Ewers

Lachlan Hernadi

Sofoklis Nimorakiotakis

Oscar O’Brien

James Semenov

Julian Svensen

Micah Swann

Trent Thomas

Aaron Aloi

Mitchell Augustini

James Bourke

Will Field

1

DIXON

Jimmy Long

Fergus Murray

2

Nicholas Verga

Jack Zaikos

DIXON

GRAMMARIAN 2019

301


ROLL CALL

Nathaniel Fyffe

Josh Jarick

Luca Jarvis

Blake Oliver

Jackson Pantelopoulos

Lucas Pithie

Eric Sima

Jackson Swanell

3

DIXON

Caspar Tremlett

Bud Trevillian

Michael Webb

Tom Xu

Edward Yang

Hudson Augustini

Oliver Bradfield

Edmund Burt

Charlie Catt

Jack Clarkson

Edward Forster

Josh Foulds

Declan Hayes

Oliver Lally

Oscar Lewis

Connor McConville

Thomas Smith

Lionel Wang

Brite Zeng

Cameron Acheson

Reuben Cook

Victor Ding

Harrison Fulton

Callum Heath

Milo Lade

Nic Merrill

Hayden Mitchell

William Moreton

Hristos Paraskevas

Carl Rumbens

Harry Thom

Kai Adachi

Pearce Grant

4

DIXON

Patrick Liddle

302

Lochie McDougall

GRAMMARIAN 2019


5

DIXON

Campbell Tweedie

Matthew Warman

Finn Watson-Hook Lachlan Zissis

Remy Bednarski

Tom Burnell

Louis Butler

Gus Corke

Josh DouganBath

Mack Gregson

Harry Harte

Henry Hayman

Timothy Krynski

Tom Cantwell

Fynn Lade

Christian Aloi

Thomas Arrigo

Lukas Galanopoulos

Darcy Gilbert

Cameron Glasgow

James Reid

Charlie Rumble

Spencer Wood

Jerry Chen

Noah Hartman

Darby Hipwell

Oliver Holland

Mackenzie Horth

James Mitchell

Tom O’Connor

Sam Reid

Harry Roubos

Charlie Schwerdt

Jimmy Bian

Matthew Dougan- Liam Fagan Bath

Luka FarrellScarff

Joshua Farrell

6

DIXON

Tom Howard

Zaid Hussein

7

Harrison Svensen

DIXON

GRAMMARIAN 2019

303


ROLL CALL

Pierre Giggins

Zeke Graham

Patrick Hanley

Lachlan Kwong

Marcus Prins

Joe Ramsden

Jack Roberts

Lachie St Leger

Kaleb Brogan-Rioli James Clarkson

Max Crawley

Ayrton D’Alessandro

Rex Ettershank

Tommy Farrell

Julius Ferwerda

Kristian Foster

Heath Fulton

Leon Haralambakis

Tommy Jarvis

Steven Lu

Lachlan Molloy

Jarod Prins

Marnix Ferwerda

Teddy Fidock

Tom Field

Lachlan Lewis

Alistair Liddle

Patrick McConville Will O’Connor

William Templeton

Lachlan Wall

Charlie Wood

William Yang

Oliver Aloi

Ben Antonis

Hugo Ettershank

Hugo Fyfe

8

DIXON

Luca Dixon

Thibaut Eiglier

Oliver Fyfe

Mackenzie Giemza Tom Hahn Hamilton

304

GRAMMARIAN 2019


George Roubos

Henry Salisbury

William Sun

Angus Thomson

Dan Whitson

Ethan Baines

Keir Canwell

Jackson Court

Will Gregory

Meluke Gunter

Jonathan Hick

Hugh Moir

Oscar Noble

Jett O’Brien

James Sherborne

Daniel Smith

Luke Sorensen

Milan Adams

Harry Cornwell

Daniel Curatore

Darcy McConnon

Max McLachlan

Reece Smart

1

HANCOCK

John Hollway

Lawrence Liu

2

James Swyny

George Thompson

Jarrad Thomson

Hamish Gee

Ethan Gendala

Marlo Hofmann

HANCOCK

Josh Hudghton

Noah Jones

3

Sam Sweet

Lucas Toms

Jacob Travers

Asher Yu

Evan Zhang

HANCOCK

Zach Bowen

GRAMMARIAN 2019

305


ROLL CALL

James Capp

Matthew Cook

Ben Graham

Tom Henley

Greg Hick

Tom Howden

Max James

Liam Konidaris

Adam Larkan

Oscar Lewis

Max Mozina

Leslie Tole

Joel Tyler

Nik Vakirtzis

Andrew Wang

Lucas Wright

Tom Banfield

Shaurya Behl

Lachie Caldwell

Benjamin Green

Matthew Hill

Archie Jackson

Harrison Preston

Tom Redpath

Thomas Rohan

Denver Stroud

Luke Travers

James Tsindos

Zach Adam-Gedge Sam Banfield

Evan Best

Tommy Colaci

Vassili Kyparisis

Oliver Lochhead

Joe Lynch

4

HANCOCK

Henry Munnings

David Parlane

5

Justin Verdini

Luke Williams

Lucas Connell

Ryan Dang

306

GRAMMARIAN 2019

HANCOCK

Jack Galloway

Gary Guo

Aaron Leferink


6

HANCOCK

Tony Ma

Ryan McKenzie

James Mitchell

Frank Morris

Mitchell Ryan

Samson Adams

James Cheng

Matt Downs

Max Hanna

Cooper Hollway

Harrison Kirkham

Larry Li

Ethan Lyons

Callum McPeake

Frank Ralogaivau

Leo Read

Bailey Rohan

Sam Stewart

Jackson Sweet

Sam Vakirtzis

Benji Bowen

Julian Carlin

Jackson Chen

Charlie Costa

Lucas Gray

Will Hallam

Luca Macnab

7

HANCOCK

Lenny Hofmann

Tom Hollway

Tom Jorgensen

Spencer Kirkham

Noah Laurin

Harry Lewis

Andrew McGregor

Bailey McKenzie

Jonty McKimm

Xander Mitchell

Harry Newett

Charlie Noble

Gabriel Pozo

Marcel Rose

Miller Soriano

Jem Spicer

GRAMMARIAN 2019

307


ROLL CALL

8

HANCOCK

Jack Byrnes

Sam Trainor

Zach Travers

Ryder Trim

Connor Tyler

Felix Wolfe

Miller Chilcott

Oscar Cowling

Jacob Ellery

Hugo Ferguson

Josh Finkelstein

Shohma Funasaka Matty Goss

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

Nick Anson

Tom Bailey

Tom Bartels

Flynn Bongiorno

Joshua Bortolussi

Eric Fu

Ethan Furey

Christian Gernandt

Cameron Khan

Isaac Lee

Leon Gu

1

ROFE

Ryan Zhu

Thomas Draheim

308

Chris Field

GRAMMARIAN 2019

Felix Flockart


2

ROFE

Jack Longmire

Connor Marriott

Arito Nagasaka

Jordan Stewart

Steve Suits

Henry Armstrong

Max Ashman

James Cannuli

Joel Dow

Jamie Draheim

Jorge Houridis

Richard Jiang

David Li

Keane Lombard

Harry Mathews

Mack McGrath

Elliot Perkins

Spiros Velos

Ned Walker

Sky Wu

Eric Chen

Alec Ciciulla

Flynn Cooper

Callum Couper

Flynn Dickson

Dan Hurd

Willem Karsten

James Konstas

Leo Kouskouris

James Larkworthy Jules Lohan

Hamish Andersen

Nick Barreto

Lachie Brooks

Yali Lin

3

ROFE

Matt Elliott

Peter Hou

Jack Duckinson

4

Christopher Valcanis

Chris Van Essen

ROFE

Oscar Buscombe

GRAMMARIAN 2019

309


ROLL CALL

Jonah Campigli

Jordan De Worsop

Cameron Hathway Lachlan JackettSimpson

Nathan Moore

Cameron MacKenzie

Tim Moulton

Archie Perkins

Jaikob Akinci

Jack Anson

Tom JackettSimpson

Mike Kantounatakis

5

Jordan Segar

Charlton StuartWilliams

Matt Taylor

Henry Williams

Harley Chessells

Jacob Cooper

Seth EvansGreenwood

Matt Field

ROFE

Sam Flockart

William Fry

6

Tom Marriott

Xinghai Hu

310

Charlie Morgan

James Ianuali

GRAMMARIAN 2019

ROFE

Eric Stone

Benjamin Summerfield

William Sun

Oliver Thomas

Benjamin Akinci

Elijah Akinci

Zach Carr

Tom Deans

Kieran Farrell

Charlie Heaton

Andreas Kardis

Jackson McKenzie John Paterson

Yuncheng Shi

Callum Stanford

Ryan Thorpe


7

ROFE

Oskar Andersen

Josh Anson

Josh Carr

Michael Cui

Hugo Kepper

Dane Lombard

Max Lorden

Aiden McFarlane

Jeremy Murray

Ethan Rowe

Cade Segar

Lochie Silva

Jesse Smith

Thomas Sneyd

Samuel Walters

Alex White

Aidan Williams

Austin Wiseman

George Ziaras

Hunter Absalom

Jack Bailey

Heath Dickson

Campbell Dovison

Richard Fan

Will Fearn

Harry Harcourt

Sam Heron

Tom Howie

Ethan Kearns

Landan Lee

Seb Madeira

Lachlan Wake

Jason Yun

Charlie Divers

Joshua Dolan

Fletcher Hall

Jack Pan

Ayden Roos

Kyle Roos

Tomas Stewart

Georgen Strintzos Hugo Thomas

8

ROFE

Jake Fincher

Jenson Galvin

GRAMMARIAN 2019

311


ROLL CALL

Harry McKenzie

Kalem Meyer

Max Nannes

Thomas O’Leary

Tristan Orb

James Pennington

Finn Powell

Jeremy Rodda

Josh Canham

Joshua Clyne

Callan Cummins

Jack Damyon

Cas Payne

1

SCHOOL

Ollie van der Slot

Terence Wang

Kai Dimattina

Jordan Hayter

Simon Jolles

Luke Langdon

Luke Marsden

Noah McGrath

Markus Mittermayr

Brendan Reddell

Tim Shaw

Luca Spampinato

Steven Stavrellis

Tim Tso

Lexi Wang

Jonty Wells

Max Blyth

Alexander Christopoulos

Stirling Findlay

William Graves

Sam Haddon

Xavier Hendy

Lachlan Stewart

Thomas Stretch

Ben Sullivan

Jamie Tzimas

Karl Unger

Jakub Williams

2

SCHOOL

Max Langworthy

312

Will Murray

GRAMMARIAN 2019


3

Harry Wright

Austin Zou

Ben HildebrandNeumann

Ethan Lovett

SCHOOL

Toby Marsden

Hugo Mintrom

Charlie Clarke

Ollie Cruse

Angus Elliott

Jason Gu

Michael Nasrallah

Liam O’Kane

Thomas Picking

Oliver Robertson

4

SCHOOL

Judd Rowell

Jordan Secatore

Johnson Shen

Hugo Simpson

Tony Tso

Ryan Agg

Will Ashcroft

William Bradbury

Will BrydonWaldren

Eric Chen

Gus Edgar

Ben Fisher

James Hare

Tom Harris

Ajay James

Martin Kulesza

Joshua Louw

Lachlan McCurry

Henry Mitrevski

Rex Patterson

Max Post

Michael Sigal

Will Biddick

Zack Bogoevski

Callum Bond

Lukas Giannatos

Max Linder

5

Freddie Smith

SCHOOL

GRAMMARIAN 2019

313


ROLL CALL

Seamus Mintrom

Will Muller

Jack Palmos

Hamish Roberts

Matthew Ross

Ned Schumacher

Tommy Sullivan Dunne

Max Benier

Benjamin Booth

Jeremy Booth

Gordon Chen

Ben Edmondson

Jonathan Pascuzzi

Ben Paynter

Sam Roberts

Nikolas Stavrellis

Leo Yang

Levi Ashcroft

William Barton

Joel Biddick

Lachlan Bogoevski Will Crocker

Jarryd Cummins

6

SCHOOL

Owen Lin

Lachlan McCluskey

Jay Gibson

7

SCHOOL

Seb Glassel

Jack Jowett

Seb Khan

Hugh Langdon

Kane Langdon

Andrew Langworthy

Samuel Linder

Thomas Louw

Ken Lu

Ted Mactier

Harry Pollock

Zac Ristevski

Angus Roberts

Lachie Roberts

Nicky Robertson

William Stretch

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8

SCHOOL

Liam Szonyi

Jem Thomas

Joseph Weber

Alessandro Brook Savill

Jett Butler

Matthew Cameron Ben Chou

Calvin Cook

Matthew Cruse

Zayne Di Pietro

Thomas Doan

Cooper Dowe

Tom Gianatti

Angus Haddon

George Hill

Nat Khan

Sam Litis

Kevin Liu

Tommy Mazzoni

Josh McCahon

George Mihailidis

Harry Penwright

Blake Picking

Angus Schumacher

Oscar Sloan

Nick Smith

Mason Szonyi

Mitch Terry

Arnold Xu

ABSENTEES

Mark Zhao

William He Ryan Lin Wes Vogels Yousef Badawy Jack Puise Oliver Wu

Jerry Zheng

Josh Duscher Henry Evans Harry Bott Leo Calvert Oliver Li Max Sun

Flynn Macrae Jason Yang Reuben Van der Merwe

GRAMMARIAN 2019

315


ROLL CALL

STAFF Kurt Abell

Meg Adem

Emma Andrews

Blake Andrighetto

Pauline Anthony

Michael Arceri

Dwi Ariantono

Bekky Ashcroft

Amy Atchison

Thivi Athipar

Jason Bain

Natalie Baker

Matt Barker

Andrea Barlow

Ryan Barnett

Amelia Barrow

Dick Bartlett

Rob Bater

Alex Beamont

Emily Beaton

Angelique Beguin

Allison Biggin

Kate Birrell

Hayley Blakiston

Cathy Box

Brent Brickhill

Hayden Brown

Dean Bryan

Sean Bryant

Jared Bryar

Lynn Bullock

Linda Chen

Nicole Clark

Claire Clarke

Darren Cook

Karine Coste

Matthew Coulton

Margaret Coyne

Gabriel Csaszar

David Cugley

316

GRAMMARIAN 2019


Ray Czekajlo

Christopher Dale

Rebecca Darling

Joanne Davies

Scott Davies

Kate Davy

Jaimi Dawson

Ruth Dempsey

Liz Dendrinos

Pallavi Deshmukh

Rohit Dixit

Ross Donnan

Mark Dowley

Biddy Duckham

Oliver DuttonSchwietert

Rose Dyer

David Eggleston

Sandra Ellich

Ben Elliott

Jo Ellis

Julie Ellwood

Steve Emmett

Melissa Faulkner

Ross Featherston

Luke Fensling

Michele Fisher

Victoria Fisher

Maxwell Forbes

Sharon Forsyth

Mandy Foulds

Peter Furey

Jared Furtado

Hayley Galloway

Glenn Garland

David Gemmell

James Gerstman

Rania Ghanem

Megan Gibbs

Bill Gibney

Martin Green

Paul Gurry

Julie Hall

Laura Hall

Megan Hall

Robert Hanley

Cherie Harrington

Mark Harrison

James Harrod

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317


ROLL CALL

Georgia HartmanSmith

Andrea Hayes

Georgie Hayes

Robert Hayward

Sharon Henderson James Hilditch

Jack Hollingsworth

Travis Hopgood

Rachel Horton

Bryn Humberstone

Briony Jones

Felicity Jones

Anthony Keane

Sophie Keele

Jess Kenny

Michael Kent

Andrew Kerr

Fiona Kerr

Odette Kerr

Simon Kessler

Sam Kuring

Anna Ladas

Yvonne Lam

Monica Le Couteur

Arthur Le

Hamish Leahy

Andrew Lee

Simone Lewis

Steve Lewis

David Liddle

Nick Lloyd

Chester Lord

Jane Lowe

Maggie Lynch

Simon Maaser

Christian Machar

Samara Madden

Nancy Magliano

Sandra Maher

Alison Main

Kathryn Malouf (Counihan)

Melissa Manaras

Christine Marks

Tim Marshall

Melissa Martin

Lauren McAlister

Kirstie McCormick

Linda McGeachin

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Christine McIntosh

Douglas McKelvie

Matthew McLellan Andrea McLennan

Adrienne Mewett

Joshua Moore

Tom Morehouse

Michelle Morton

Joshua Murray

Shintaro Nagayama

Christian Neeson

David Nixon

Jane Nurton

Cerry O’Hara

Nathan O’Malley

Elly Parry

Jodie Parsons

Elizabeth Paterson

Jackie Petley

John Phillips

Danny Picar

Peter Pidduck

Kathy Pitt

Louise Piva

Raelene Plozza

Anthony Poole

Yvette Radas

Brendan Rahn

Ebony Recchia

Dennis Rodwell

Kylie Rose

Cat Rossiter

Kogulan Sabaratnam

Ellen Saccutelli

Mark Sainsbery

Yoko Sainsbery

Patrick Sanders

Zoe Schaffner

Julian Schweitzer

Peter Shepard

Sally Sher

Ruth Silva

Clare Smith

Mat Steed

Jacqui Stenniken

Michael Stephens

Luke Stewart

Sarah Straford

GRAMMARIAN 2019

319


ROLL CALL

Paul Strain

Bik Swann

Ray Swann

Lisa Tabone

Jessica Taillandier Cameron Taylor

Jessica Taylor

Peter Tellefson

Naomi Tham

Stuart Thompson

Adam Thorn

Olivia Tims

Nancy Ting

Peter Toms

Shelly Turek

David Turner

Cindy van Dijk

Kristie Vidotto

Frances Walker

Joyce Wang

Matt Wardell

Jamie Watson

Carly West

Nick Weymouth

Benjamin White

Katie White

Peter Whitehead

Alison Wigg

Alan Wilkes

Gillian Williams

Danielle Wolff

Wen Yan

ABSENTEES Zylkade Zekirija

Jamie Bennell

Suzanne Grayson

Nathan Lovett-Murray

Simon McPhee

Hayley Bunting (parental leave)

Susan Hibbs

Michele Lyons

Ian Miller

Katie Hill

Aline MacDonald

Sandy Mitchell

Lena Hume-Twining

Craig Major

David Rowland

Karen Crowley

Emily Ianuali

Eslyn Shutie

Monique Darkin

Carina Jansen (parental leave)

Kylie May (parental leave)

Kate Casey (parental leave)

Paula Fletcher (parental leave)

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Ashwini Khirodkar

Stephanie McLellan (parental leave)

Angela Waldron (parental leave) Alex Willis


YEAR 12

LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS

BARDEN, HARRY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Art Prize, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, iDesign Finalist, iDesign People’s Choice, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2,

Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Intermediate Public Speaking Competition, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Forensic Science Prize, The RWT Cowan Memorial Prize for Public Speaking, Year 11 Courage Cup - Rugby, Distinction Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 1, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours Rowing, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Production, Meliora Medal - Rowing First VIII, Service Certificate Rowing, The Bob Hamilton Memorial Prize - Legal Studies 3/4. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 7 BGS1 Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 MS1 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under

15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Rowing Second VIII, Rugby, Year 12 Rowing - Third VIII, Rugby - First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Science Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Captain of Debating, House Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - DAV Debating A Grade, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Bronze, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.

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321


YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS HOUSE: Armstrong SPORTS: Year 12 Football Second XVIII.

BATES, DANIEL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Coach’s Award Football 10B, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Second Tennis, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI, Tennis Second. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Chapel Server, Middle School String Orchestra.

BELLARTS, PER ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 12 ENTRY YEAR: 2019

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BREWSTER, CHARLIE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 6 Assembly Award, Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Soccer 9B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 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 Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year

11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer, No Sport - No report, Soccer, Year 11 Soccer - Fourth XI, Third Tennis, Year 12 Soccer - Third XI, Tennis - Third. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Library Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 11 - Student Wellbeing Committee.

Semester 2, Year 10 Coach’s Award 9/10C Soccer, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate Music 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Music Performance 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, The Ethics and Belief Prize, The Senior Choral Friends of Music Prize, The Unit 1/2 Music Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Production, The Music Performance Prize. SPORTS: Year 10 10B Soccer, Sailing, Soccer, Year 11 Football - Second XVIII, Sailing, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Football - Fourth XVIII, Sailing, Soccer - Fourth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Leader Senior Choir, Secondary School Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes, Ten Tonners.

FRANCES, BURGESS, ISAAC ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 9 Merit Certificate History -

PETER ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 8 MS1 Touch Football, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Summer Sport, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 10

No Sport - No report, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Year 12 Tennis - Fifth.

HU, GARY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Most Improved Tennis 8C2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate IT Games Development Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Music, Rising Star 6th VIII Red Tennis. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 8C2 Tennis - Undefeated, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Soccer - Fourth XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Private Tuition Music Violin / Viola, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Corelli Strings, Private Tuition Music Violin / Viola, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra.


Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

HUGHES, WILL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 4, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Cross Country, Man of the Week, Regional Representative Athletics, Regional Representative Cross Country, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 6 Divisional Representative U/14 State Relay Cross Country, Effort Card 6 Resolution, House Cross Country Champion, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7B, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Rising Star Cricket 9B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Athletics, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Certificate Cricket. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics Sprints, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Athletics, Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII, Year 12 Athletics, Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Milikapiti

JIN, JASON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Basketball Year 9, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Defensive Player Basketball 9/10B, Distinction Certificate Bridging English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a First Language 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a First Language 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The English as an Additional Language Prize, The Unit 1/2 Chinese as a First Language Prize, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a First Language 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, 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 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours Academic, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 English as an Additional Language Prize, Year 12 The English as an Additional Language Prize. SPORTS: Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 9/10B Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Sixth Tennis, Year 12 Basketball - Second V, Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Captain of International Students. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Private Music Tuition, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

LE, YAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Most Improved Soccer 8C, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Sixth Tennis, Soccer - Sixth XI, Year 12 Soccer - Fifth XI, Tennis Fifth.

NEVETT, SPENCER ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Tennis 7C1, Year 9 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Hockey, Year 12 Coach’s Award Hockey, Full Colours - Hockey, Full House Colours, Rising Star 2nd VIII Tennis. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Water Polo, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Water Polo, Year 10A Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Hockey - First XI, Second Tennis, Year 12 Hockey - First XI, Tennis - Second, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Vice Captain Hockey. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

PANAOURIS, LEWIS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013

HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player 6B Soccer, Most Outstanding Player Cricket, Most Outstanding Player Volleyball, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 8 Golden Boot Soccer 8A, Year 9 Golden Boot Soccer 9A, Year 12 Golden Boot Second XI Soccer. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fourth Tennis, Soccer Second XI, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Soccer - Second XI, Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Chapel Server, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Year 10 - Senior School Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

PENG, DAVID ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 7, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Credit Prize Year 7, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Rising Star Tennis 8C2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The English Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Language 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Best Team Player 6th VIII Red Tennis, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 8C2 Tennis - Undefeated, Year 9 Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 Year 10B Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Tennis, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Interschool Chess, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Chess, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 10 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, DAV Debating C Grade, Senior School Chess.

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PROVIS, JAMES ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Half Colours - Sailing, The Dramatic Society Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Full Colours - Sailing, Year 10 Full Colours - Sailing, Half Colours - Performance, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Sailing, State Representative - Sailing, Year 11 Full Colours - Performance, Full Colours - Sailing, National Representative - Sailing, State Representative - Sailing State Champions, Year 12 Full Colours - Production, Full Colours - Sailing, Full House Colours, Services to BGS Football, State Representative - Sailing, The Peter Goodall Drama Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Athletics, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Sailing, Year 9 9B Football, Sailing, Year 10 10B Football, Sailing, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Sailing, Year 12 Football Fourth XVIII, Sailing. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Vice Captain of Drama, Year 12 Captain of Drama, Captain of Sailing, House Vice Captain - Armstrong. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, Seussical Production - Cast, String

Spectacular, Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Years 7 & 8 Combined Production Cast - Peter Pan, Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.

- Second, Soccer - Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of International Students. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Year 7 & 8 Choir.

SHI, ERIC

REILLY, HARRY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Golden Boot Soccer 7C, Year 10 Full Colours - Basketball, Year 11 Full Colours - Basketball, Year 12 Full Colours - Basketball. SPORTS: Year 10 First V Basketball, No Sport - No report, Year 11 Basketball First V, Fifth Tennis, Year 12 Basketball - First V, Tennis - Fifth.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 8 Coach’s Award Badminton Year 8, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, The Chinese as a Second Language Advanced Prize, Year 10 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Summer Sport, Year 9 Basketball, Year 10 10C Soccer, No Sport - No report, Soccer, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer Sixth XI, Year 12 Badminton

SNOWSILL, JOSHUA ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 3 Man of the Week, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 5 Best Team Player Basketball, Best Team Player Table Tennis,


Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, Man of the Week, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Football 8A, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, The Chinese as a Second Language Prize aeq, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Most Courageous Player Award Football 10A, Year 11 Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, Service Certificate Rowing. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Sprints & Hurdles, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Second XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Year 12 Rowing - Third VIII, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook

Camp, IPSHA Concert, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 5 Music, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Private Tuition Music.

SUM, JOSHUA ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 6 Most Valuable Player 6B Basketball, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Best individual score Year 7, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Fourth in Year 7, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Big Science Competition Distinction, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French

- Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Finalist, Mathematics Challenge Distinction, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The A D Turnbull Prize for Dux of Middle School, The English Prize, The French Prize, The Science Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, 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 2, Most Improved Basketball Year 9, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Edward McKay Memorial Prize for Dux of Year 9, The French Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Gold Effort Certificate Term 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Basketball 9/10B, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Alan MacGlashan Memorial

Prize for Dux of Year 10, The French Prize, The Geography Prize, The Science Prize, Year 11 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Literature 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 - Academic, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Chemistry Prize, The Unit 1/2 French Prize, The Unit 1/2 Literature Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours, Most Valuable Player Badminton 5ths Red, The Robert Claude James Prize for Literature. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Water Polo, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 8C2 Tennis - Undefeated, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 9/10B Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Sixth Tennis, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Basketball - Second V. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, ICAS - English, ICAS - Spelling, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Middle School Combined Book Club, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Combined Senior Production Cast Copacabana, DAV Debating D Grade, Private Music Tuition, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Crew - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Bronze, Private Music Tuition, Private Tuition Music, Senior Production Backstage - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Private Tuition Music Piano, Senior Production Cast

- Chicago, Senior Production Crew - Chicago, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Private Tuition Music Piano, Senior Production Crew - Anything Goes.

UGRINOVSKI, JOVAAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 10 Service Colours - Soccer, Year 11 Full Colours - Soccer, Year 12 Full Colours - Soccer. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 8 8A Soccer, MS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 First XI Soccer,, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - First XI, Year 12 Soccer - First XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Crew - Peter Pan, Middle School Concert Band, Years 7 & 8 Combined Production Crew - Peter Pan.

WILLIAMS, JOSH ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Armstrong GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Year 4 Class Award, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 5 Class Award, Year 6 Man of the Week, Year 7 Most Improved Soccer 7B, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Most Valuable Player Soccer 9C, Year 10 Merit Certificate IT Programming - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Soccer - Fifth XI, Tennis - Fifth, Water Polo Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 Private Tuition Music.

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YOUNG, MATTHEW ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Improved Soccer 7A, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Cricket 8B, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Chinese as a Second Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Chinese (Second Language) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, The Chinese

as a Second Language Prize, The Drama Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Drama 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Drama 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Drama Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Production, Full House Colours, Service Certificate Futsal, Services to BGS Music, The Unit 3/4 Drama Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Soccer - Second XI, Year 12 2nd Futsal, Futsal - First, Soccer - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Vice Captain Armstrong, Vice Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 Frankston Camp, Middle School String Orchestra, Seussical Production - Cast, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Cast - Peter Pan, Middle School Big Band, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, Combined Senior Production Cast - Copacabana, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Crew Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Senior Production Backstage - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp 2018, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast Chicago, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes, Ten Tonners.

YU,

DISNEY,

JEVONS

ARCHER

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Armstrong AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Year 11 Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 3/4 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 10 Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 9/10C Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Fourth Badminton Blue, Year 12 Badminton Second, Basketball - Second V. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Musical, Year 8 - Chess.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 8 Half Colours Sailing, iDesign Interactive Excellence Award, Year 10 Most Improved Football 10B, The Engineering Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Fourth Badminton Red, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Basketball - Second V. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band.


GU, DENNIS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 4 Art Prize, Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 5 Best Team Player Handball, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Athlete Badminton, Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Volleyball, Effort Card Orchestra, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Player Handball, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, The Tassie Hutson Prize, Year 7 Best Team Player Tennis 7C1, Credit Prize Year 7, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Drama Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 9 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 2, Distinction Certificate World of Writing - Semester 2, Half Service Colours - Music, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Progress Prize, The World of Writing Prize, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10B, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Language 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Academic, Half Colours - Music, The Marie and Ivan Epstein Prize - Biology 3/4, The Unit 1/2 English Language Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours, Services to BGS Music. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second Tennis, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Soccer - Third XI, Tennis Second. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6

Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Corelli Strings, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Corelli Strings, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2018, Corelli Strings, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Corelli Strings, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra.

Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

HART, LUKE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Most Improved Tennis 8B1, Year 9 Intermediate Public Speaking Competition, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9A, The Intermediate Public Speaking Prize, The R W T Cowan Memorial Prize for Public Speaking, Year 10 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Tennis 10A, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Football. SPORTS: Year 8 8A Football, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Football - First XVIII, Second Tennis, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Tennis - Second. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music�, Middle School Production Cast - Peter Pan, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band 2016, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, DAV Debating D Grade, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Student Wellbeing Committee, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, DAV Debating C Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre Molto Crescendo, Senior Big

HARTSHORNE, RYAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Year 4 Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Wilson House Award, Year 5 Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player Soccer, Most Outstanding Player Table Tennis, Most Outstanding Player Volleyball, Year 6 Achievement Award Earn and Learn Small Business, Achievement Award Robotics, Best Team Player 6B Volleyball, Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 7 Best & Fairest Volleyball Year 7, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Drama Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Computing Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Software Development 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer - Second XI, Year 12 Badminton Second, Soccer - Third XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

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HYNES,

JACKSON,

LE GRICE,

JASON

ARCHIE

BROCK

JOSHUA

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 7 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Soccer - Sixth XI, Year 12 Soccer - Fifth XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Flute Ensemble, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - Senior Music Camp.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 8 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Water Polo 8B, Year 9 Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Most Improved Rugby Under 16, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Water Polo, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Rugby, Third Tennis, Year 12 Football - Fourth XVIII, Tennis - Third. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Middle School Concert Band.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, LIPCC Award Presentation - Art Exhibition Merit Winner, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, The Art Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Coach’s Award Football Third XVIII, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Art 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, National Representative Rowing. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, BGS1 Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 8 8B Football, MS4 Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Second VIII, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Football - Third XVIII, Rowing First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Crowther. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Most Outstanding Player Touch Rugby, Year 7 Batting Award Cricket 7A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 8 Best & Fairest Football 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Best & Fairest Football 9A, Distinction Certificate Art - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, 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, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Service Colours - Athletics, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Third Place Best & Fairest Football First XVIII, Year 12 Batting Award Open Third XI Cricket, Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS


Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, MS Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XVIII Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - First XVIII, Touch Football, Touch Football - Premiership, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Football First XVIII, House Captain - Crowther. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Milikapiti Exchange, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

MCALLISTER, WILL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2018 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 11 Half Colours - Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 12 Football - Fourth XVIII, Tennis - Third.

MONGEY, JAKE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 5 Weekly Award, Year 6 Effort Card, Regional Representative Basketball, Year 7 Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Most Improved Touch Football, Year 10 Best & Fairest Football 10B, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Politics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football Third XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, Service Certificate Rowing. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, BGS4 Touch Football, Year 8 MS3 Touch Football, Year 8

Basketball, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Rowing - Third VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Leader Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - Mathematics, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Private Tuition Music, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

Colours - Rowing, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Second XVIII, Rowing Second VIII, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Rowing - Second VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, Year 12 Chantology Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, School Concert, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 5 Music, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

MOORE, CHARLIE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 1, Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Cricket, Class Effort Card, Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 7 Best Team Player Football 7A, Year 8 iDesign Creativity Award, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half

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- Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Rising Star Cricket 9A, Year 10 Coach’s Award Soccer 10A, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Cricket, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Cricket, Golden Boot Soccer Second XI, Service Colours - Soccer, The Lewis Luckins Memorial Prize for General Mathematics, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, Year 12 Brad Marks Trophy Cricket, Full Colours - Cricket, Full House Colours, Services to BGS Soccer. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, MS Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Soccer, Cricket First XI, Soccer, Year 11 Athletics, Cricket First XI, Soccer - First XI, Year 12 Athletics, Cricket - First XI, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Captain of Soccer, School Officer Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Athletics, House Vice Captain - Crowther, Vice Captain Cricket. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

AIDAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT GRAMMARIAN 2019

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Crowther SPORTS: Year 9 9B Football, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Football - Second XVIII, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Tennis - Fifth

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 9 Coach’s Award Swimming Under 15, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 1, Year 11 The Unit 1/2 Chinese as a Second Language Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport Swimming, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8C Soccer, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Water Polo, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer - Third XI, Water Polo, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Soccer - Third XI, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 5 Class Effort Card, Year 6 Best Team Player Year 6 Badminton, Best Team Swimmer, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Second in Year 7, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Design Prize Year 7, The English Prize Sharing the English Prize, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 High Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Coach’s Award Badminton Year 7, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

STEWART, JACK ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Batting Award Cricket 8C, Most Improved Water Polo 8B, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Spirit of Cricket Open Third XI. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Cooper Club Rowing, Rugby Under 16, Year 11 Rugby, Sixth Tennis, Year 12 Rugby - First XV. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Seussical Production - Cast, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

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Humanities - Semester 2, 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, Gold Effort Certificate, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Design Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Badminton 9/10B, 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 Drama - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The English Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Second in Year 10, The Japanese Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Fifth in Year 11, Full Colours - Performance, Half Colours - Academic, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Software Development 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Coach’s Award Badminton

2nds, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Production, Full House Colours, The R W T Cowan Memorial Prize for Public Speaking. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Badminton Second, Soccer - Third XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Science Monitor, Year 8 Middle School Debating and Public Speaking Captain, Middle School Student Council Representative, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 7 House Mentor, Year 12 Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS - Spelling, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, ICAS - English, ICAS - Science, ICAS - Spelling, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - DAV Debating A Grade, Extension Studies, Private Tuition Music, Solo Concert 2, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Middle School Production Cast - Peter Pan, Middle School Combined Book Club, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Private Music Tuition, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Cast Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.


WYSS, JACK ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Best Team Player Volleyball Year 7, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Tennis 8C2, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Drama Prize, Year 9 Distinction

Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Best Team Player Tennis 10B, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 1, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Drama 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 3/4 - Semester 1, The Year 10-12 Production Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Production, Full House Colours, Rising Star 4th VIII Tennis, Services to BGS Music. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Snow Sports, Year 8 Basketball,

Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 8C2 Tennis - Undefeated, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Snow Sports, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Football - Third XVIII, Fourth Tennis, Year 12 Basketball - Second V, Tennis - Fourth. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Vice Captain of Drama, Year 12 Captain of Drama. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Cast Peter Pan, Middle School Concert Band, Years 7 & 8 Combined Production Cast - Peter Pan, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Gold, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Year 12 - Private Tuition Music Voice, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes, Ten Tonners.

ZHU, JAY JAY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Crowther AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, The Japanese Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit,

Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Japanese Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 8 8B Football, MS4 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Soccer Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Secondary School Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Senior School Chapel Server, Year 11 - Senior School Chapel Server, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

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BURT, EDMUND ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 Man of the Week, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 7 Batting Award Cricket 7B, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 7B, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Year 10 Best Back Award Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1,

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The Unit 1/2 Art Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Touch Football, The Unit 3/4 Art Prize. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Rugby, Touch Football, Touch Football - Premiership, Year 12 Rugby First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Bands Showcase, Extension Studies, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Generations in Jazz, Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Cricket, Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Cross Country, Divisional Representative Cricket, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player Soccer, Regional Representative Athletics, Regional Representative Cross Country, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Athlete, Class Effort Card, District Representative Cross Country, Divisional Representative Cricket, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player Cricket, Regional Representative Cross Country, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Cross Country, Year 7 Best & Fairest Football 7A, The Physical Education Prize Year 7, Year 8 Best Team Player Cricket 8A, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 8A, Year 9 Batting Award Cricket 9A, Best & Fairest Football 9A, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Full Colours Athletics, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Half Colours - Athletics, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football First XVIII, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours. 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, Athletics, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, MS Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 Athletics - Middle Distance, First XVIII Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Athletics, Cricket Second XI, Football First XVIII, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Football, Co-Captain of Cricket, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 Captain of Football, House Captain Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Bands Showcase, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

GLASGOW, CAMERON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Rugby Under 13, Captain’s Award Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Batting Award Cricket 8B, Best Forward Award Rubgy Under 14, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 9 Best & Fairest Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate

Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 10 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Rugby, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, The Maurice Dowd Memorial Prize for Woodwork, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full House Colours, The Product Design and Technology Prize - Unit 3/4. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Water Polo, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Water Polo, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Rugby, Year 12 Cricket - Third XI, Rugby - First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Co-Captain of Rugby Under 13, Year 12 Captain of Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 - Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - Frankston Camp 2018, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.


GREGSON, MACK ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, The Physical Education Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Rising Star Cricket First XI, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 11 Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 12 Batting Award Open Second XI Cricket, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Cricket. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 Cricket First XI, First XI Soccer,, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Soccer - First XI, Year 12 Cricket - First XI, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Frankston Camp 2017.

HERNADI, LACHLAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 Distinction, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U14 4 x 50m Backstroke Relay, Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Most Improved Hockey Year 8, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Chinese Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2,

Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Physical Education Prize, Year 11 Coach’s Award Swimming Under 17, Coach’s Award Water Polo Second VII, Half Colours - Swimming, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Water Polo, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 Water Polo, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 10 10A Football, Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Water Polo, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Intermediate Concert Band, Intermediate Stage Band, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

HUSSEIN, ZAID ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 Golden Boot Soccer 8C. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Cricket - Third XI, Soccer Fifth XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular.

KRYNSKI, TIMOTHY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 5 Man of the Week, Pen Licence, Year 9 Service Colours - Music, Year 10 Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Table Tennis,

APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer Third XI, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Soccer - Third XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Private Tuition Music Bassoon, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 5/6 Music, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Private Tuition Music Bassoon, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra. GRAMMARIAN 2019

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LEWIS, OSCAR ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Athletics, Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Cross Country, House Athletics Champion, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Athlete, Regional Representative Athletics, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6A Football, Class Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative Cross Country, Divisional Representative Cross Country, Divisional Representative Football, Divisional Representative Swimming, House Athletics Champion, Most Outstanding Athlete, Regional Representative Football, Specialist Effort Card Concert Band, Specialist Effort Card Library, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Specialist Effort Card Science, The Mary Edmondson Sports Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay / 2nd Place Triple Jump Under 15, APS Athletics 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 15, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester

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1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, iDesign Sustainability Award, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, The Stewart Family Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Sport, Year 9 APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay / 2nd Place 4x400m Relay / 3rd Place Triple Jump Under 16, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Full Colours Athletics, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay / 2nd Place 4x100m Relay Under 16, Year 10 APS Athletics 1st Place Long Jump Under 17, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Football, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Rowing, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Football, The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize - Physical Education 3/4, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours. 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, Athletics Sprints & Hurdles, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - Long Jump, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Sprints, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - Sprints, First XVIII Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Rowing First VIII, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 12 Prefect, Vice Captain Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - Science, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, ICAS Mathematics, ICAS - Science, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

LIDDLE, PATRICK ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Specialist Effort Card, Year 4 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card, Wilson House Award, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 1, Man of

the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Year 7 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Choir Prize, Year 8 Best Team Player Tennis 8B2, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Silver Effort Certificate, The Caltex Prize for Vice Captain of the Middle School aeq, The Choir Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Drama Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Certificate of Participation Music, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Rowing, Most Valuable Player Soccer Third XI, Year 12 Coach’s Award 2nd XI Soccer, Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Production, Half Colours - Rowing, Meliora Medal - Rowing, Services to BGS Music. SPORTS: Year 4

Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Soccer, Athletics, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, MS Athletics, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Rowing Third VIII, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Rowing - Second VIII, Soccer - Second XI, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Co Vice Captain of Middle School, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Secondary School Chapel Server, Student Wellbeing Committee Vice Captain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, ICAS - Science, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Combined Senior Production - Cast, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Cast Peter Pan, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 7 & 8 Choir,


Year 9 - Chapel Server, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating D Grade, Private Tuition Music, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, DAV Debating C Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.

MCCONVILLE, CONNOR ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 11 Half Colours - Rowing, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Rowing, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Soccer, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Rowing Second VIII, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Athletics, Football - Third XVIII, Rowing - Second VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Library Committee, Year 10 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Chapel Server, Middle School Library Committee, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 10 - Senior School Chess, Student Council, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

MITCHELL, HAYDEN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Class Effort Card, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Basketball A, Effort Card Term 3, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Library, ‘You Can Do It’ Award Organisation, ‘You Can Do It’ Award Persistence, Year 6 Better Buddies Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Tennis 8C1, iDesign First Aid Award, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Service Colours - Basketball, Year 10 Full Colours - Basketball, Most Valuable Player - Runner Up Basketball First V, Year 11 Full Colours - Basketball, Honours Being selected as an APS representative in Basketball, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 APS Representative Basketball, Full Colours - Basketball, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Basketball, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 Basketball - Open 2, Year 9 Basketball, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First V Basketball, No Sport No report, Year 11 Basketball - First V, Year 12 Basketball - First V. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School

Officer, Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Captain of Basketball, Year 11 Captain of Basketball, Year 12 Captain of Basketball, House Vice Captain - Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Interschool Chess, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

MURRAY, FERGUS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7A, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 7A, Year 9 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 10 Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10A, Year 11 Best & Fairest Football Second XVIII, Service Colours - Cricket, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Football. SPORTS: 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, Water Polo, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII, Year 12 Cricket - First XI, Football - First XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Year 10 Frankston Camp 2017.

NIMORAKIOTAKIS, SOFOKLIS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2007 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 4, Man of the Week, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 6 Meliora Prize, Weekly Award, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Foundation English - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Hockey 9/10B, Year 12 Services to BGS Music. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Summer Sport, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 10 Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Hockey - Second XI, Year 12 Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Music, Whole School Concert, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Middle School Junior Concert Band,

Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Choral Scholars, Duke of Edinburgh Bronze, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Year 11 - Choral Scholars, Intermediate Concert Band, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 Choral Scholars, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp

O’BRIEN, OSCAR ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2018 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 11 Coach’s Award Football Second XVIII, Year 12 Full House Colours, Service Certificate Cricket. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII, Year 12 Cricket - Second XI, Football - Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Science Monitor, Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Debating Inter School, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade

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REID, SAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7C, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best & Fairest Rubgy Under 14, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Forward Award Rugby Under 15, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Year 10 Best Forward Award Rugby Under 16, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Rugby, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Product Design and Technology Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours, Services to BGS Rugby. SPORTS: Year 7 Athletics, Rugby Under

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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 11 Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Intermediate Concert Band, Year 10 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo.

ROUBOS, HARRY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 3 Specialist Effort Card, Year 4 Class Award, District Representative, Man of the Week, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Regional Representative Athletics, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Drama Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8B, Year 9 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Golden Boot Soccer 9C, Merit Certificate

English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate World of Writing - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Most Improved Badminton Year 9 & 10, Year 11 Service Colours - Music. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9/10C Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 11 Second Badminton, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Badminton - Second, Soccer - Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Library Monitor, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Private Tuition Music, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 10 Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 11 - Private Tuition Music Guitar, Senior Guitar Ensemble, Year 12 Private Tuition Music Guitar.

SWANELL, JACKSON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 MS Athletics, Year 8 Basketball, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Fourth Tennis, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

TREMLETT, CASPAR ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Coach’s Award Football 7A, Distinction

Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Religious Education Prize Year 7, 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 2, iDesign Quicksilver Award, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Silver Effort Certificate, The Linacre Hospital Prize for Citizenship, Year 9 Best Team Player Tennis 9B, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, The Commerce Prize, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, BGS Football Team of the Year Vice Captain, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Rising Star Tennis 10A, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A


Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Football - First XVIII, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 House Vice Captain Dixon. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Middle School Concert Band.

Cast - The Little Mermaid, Combined Production Crew - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.

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TREVILLIAN, BUD ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 6 Effort Card, Most Outstanding Player 6C Soccer, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 11 Half Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Half Colours - Touch Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Rugby, Tennis Extra, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby - Second XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 School Officer, Sports Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Australian School Science Competition - High Distinction, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Batting Award Cricket 9B, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Year 11 Full Colours - Football, Half Colours - Athletics, Half Colours - Performance, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Most Improved Football First XVIII, Rising Star 2nd Water Polo, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships, Year 12 APS Representative Football, Full Colours - Football, Full Colours - Production, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Water Polo, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Athletics, Football First XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Water Polo, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Seussical Production Cast, Year 8 - Middle School Production Cast - Peter Pan, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Combined Production

WANG, LIONEL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Year 6 Achievement Award Earn and Learn Small Business, Class Effort Card Term 4, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction

Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, The Big Science Competition - High Distinction, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English -

Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Politics Semester 1, Most Improved Hockey 9/10B, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Half Colours - Academic, Half

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Literature 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, The Year 11 OELP Leader Prize. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Football, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 10 Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Hockey Second XI, Year 12 Badminton - Second. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Middle School Library Committee, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Epilepsy Trivia Challenge, ICAS - English, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Debating, ICAS English, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Year 8 - Middle School Library Committee, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - Senior Production Crew - Anything Goes.

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WARMAN, MATTHEW ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 7 Coach’s Award Soccer 7C, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Prize Certificate, Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Soccer 10B, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Most Improved First Badminton, The Mathematics Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 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, Full Colours - Badminton, Half Colours Academic, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Hockey Second XI, The Unit 1/2 Mathematical Methods Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Badminton. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, MS Athletics, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 10 10A Soccer, First Badminton, Year 11 First Badminton, Hockey Second XI, Year 12 Badminton - First, Hockey - Second XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra.

BAINES, ETHAN

YANG, EDWARD ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Dixon AWARDS: Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit. SPORTS: Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Summer Sport, Year 9 Basketball, Year 10 Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 9/10B Basketball, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Year 12 Badminton - Second. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7C, Coach’s Award Soccer 7A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Drama Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 BGS Soccer Team of the Year, Coach’s Award Soccer 9A, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art -

Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering Semester 2, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours Futsal, Half Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 First XI Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI, Year 12 Athletics, Futsal - First, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Prefect, Vice Captain of Futsal, Vice Captain Soccer. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior


Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

BANFIELD, TOM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 District Representative Athletics, Divisional Representative, Man of the Week, Mathletics Award, Specialist Effort Card, Year 5 Best Team Runner Cross Country, Best Team Swimmer, Class Effort Card Term 2, Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Effort Card Physical Education, Man of the Week, Physical Education Prize Year 5, Regional Representative Cross Country, Regional Representative Swimming, State Representative Athletics, State Representative Cross Country, Year 7 Coach’s Award Cross Country Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 8 APS Athletics 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 15, Coach’s Award Cross Country Year 8, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Half Colours - Cross Country, iDesign Highly Commended,

Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships Track & Field, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Half Colours Athletics, Half Colours - Cross Country, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Victorian All Schools Track Relay Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay Under 16, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Full Colours Athletics, Half Colours - Cross Country, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, The Commerce Prize, The Psychology Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Academic, Half Colours - Rowing, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Psychology Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport Swimming, Year 7 Athletics, Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Athletics - Distance, Middle School Cross Country Squad, MS Athletics, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Athletics - Middle Distance, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Athletics - Middle Distance, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Second VIII, Year 12 Athletics, Football - Third XVIII, Rowing - First VIII, Rowing First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom

Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 2, Classroom Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Private Tuition Music, Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

COOK, MATTHEW ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Specialist Effort Card, Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 1, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Religious Education, Year 6 Assembly Award, Most Outstanding Player 6C Volleyball, Specialist Effort Card Choral and Instrumental Music, Year 9 Coach’s Award Soccer 9C, Year 10 Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Music, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS

Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - European Handball, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer Fourth XI, Year 12 Badminton - Second, Soccer - Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Year 8 Leader Middle School Concert Band, Year 12 Captain of Music, Secondary School Assistant Senior Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Whole School Concert, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Music Scholarship, Music Scholarship Students, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 5 Music, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Seussical Production - Cast, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 Chapel Server, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, Intermediate Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Choral Scholars, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Choral Scholars, Private Tuition Music Clarinet, Private Tuition Music Voice, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior

School Chapel Server, Year 12 - Choral Scholars, Private Tuition Music Clarinet, Private Tuition Music Voice, Senior Choir, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Band - Anything Goes, Ten Tonners.

DOWNS, MATT ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Rising Star 9C2 Blue Tennis, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Accounting Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Soccer - Third XI, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Soccer Third XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Bands Showcase, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - Duke of Edinburgh - Bronze.

GRAHAM, BEN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Swimming, Regional Representative Swimming, ‘Turbo Tongues’ Public Speaking Award, Year 6 District Representative Swimming, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 7, Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 7, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Coach’s Award Football 9B, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical

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Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Full Colours - Basketball, Year 11 Full Colours - Basketball, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Basketball, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Water Polo, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Hockey, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Water Polo, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Water Polo, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 First V Basketball, Water Polo, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Basketball - First V, Fourth Badminton Blue, Water Polo, Year 12 Badminton Third, Basketball - First V, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Captain of Hockey, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Vice Captain Basketball. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Maths Olympics, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, ICAS English, ICAS - Mathematics, Maths Olympics, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp 2018, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7 Swimming, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9D Blue Tennis, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Fourth Tennis, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Soccer - Fifth XI, Tennis - Third. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Year 6 Musical.

GREGORY,

HICK,

WILL

GREG

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Water Polo, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Rugby, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 10 - Ute Full of Food, Year 11 Ute Full of Food.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 BGS Football Team of the Year, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 9B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10B, Year 11 Best Team Man Football Third XVIII, Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B 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, Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Cricket - First XI, Football - Third XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

GUO, GARY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS

HANNA, MAX ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Table Tennis, Year 7 Top Try Scorer for Touch Football Year 7, Year 9 Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Best Team Man Football Second XVIII, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours, Half Colours - Touch Football. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, BGS5 Touch Football, Year 8 MS3 Touch Football, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Year 11 Football First XVIII, Football - Second XVIII, Touch Football, Year 12 Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Co-Captain of Touch Football, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Co-Vice Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s Year 6 Coaching Experience.


JAMES, MAX ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player 5A Cricket, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Football, Effort Card, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player 5A Football, Regional Representative Athletics, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6A Cricket, Best Team Player 6A Football, Regional Representative Football, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Cricket, Year 7 All Rounder Award - Cricket 7A, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Pryor Honour Board Cricket, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 2, Merit Certificate

English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Rising Star Cricket 9A, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - 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 Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Fifth in Year 10, Merit Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Cricket, The Sport Exercise Science Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Biology 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 Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Cricket, Half Colours - Academic, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 1, Second in Year 11, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, Spirit of Cricket First XI, The Brighton Grammarians’ Lodge Prize in Memory of Ivan Staedman. 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, Athletics, Year 7A

Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, MS Athletics, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Cricket First XI, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Football - Second XVIII, Year 12 Athletics, Cricket - First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Cricket, Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Cricket, House Vice Captain - Hancock. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - Mathematics, Maths Olympics, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, ICAS - English, ICAS - Mathematics, Maths Olympics, Milikapiti Exchange, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s Year 6 Coaching Experience.

JONES, NOAH ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Award, Divisional Representative, Year 5 Man of the Week, Year 6 Best Team Runner Cross Country, Effort Card, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, National Representative - Snow Sports, Year 8 Coach’s Award Swimming, Half Colours - Snow Sports,

Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 10 Half Colours - Snow Sports, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, 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 English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Alpine/SkierX Trophy, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Rugby, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Full House Colours, National Representative Snow Sports. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 5 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Swimming, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Snow Sports, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Snow Sports, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Snow Sports, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 No Sport - No report, Rugby Under 16, Snow Sports, Year 11 Rugby, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Rugby First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Captain of Snow Sports. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 3 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp,

Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Cello Choir, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Cello Choir, Debating and Public Speaking, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade.

LEFERINK, AARON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 APS Athletics 2nd Place 100m sprint /1st Place 100m Hurdles/APS Record Holders 4X100m Relay Under 14, Half Colours Athletics, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships 3rd Place 100m Sprint /1st Place 100m Hurdles/ State Record Holder Under 14, Year 8 APS Athletics 1st Place 100m Sprint/1st Place 200m Sprint Under 15, APS Athletics 1st Place 4x100m Relay/1st Place 100m Hurdles Under 15, APS Athletics 2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 15, Full Colours Athletics, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships Track & Field, Year 9 APS Athletics 1st Place Hurdles/1st Place 100m Sprint/1st Place 200m Sprint/ 1st Place Long Jump/1st Place 4x100 Relay/2nd Place 4x400m Relay Under 16, APS Athletics Broke APS Records in the u16 100m and u16 200m Under 16, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Full Colours Athletics, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships 1st Place 100m Sprint/1st Place 200m Sprint/2nd Place Hurdles Under 16, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships 1st Place 4x400m Relay/2nd Place 4x100m Relay Under 16, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Honours Being awarded a Gold Medal in GRAMMARIAN 2019

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Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 2, The English as an Additional Language Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Rising Star Tennis 10C, The Unit 1/2 Chinese as a Second Language Advanced Prize, The Year 10 Alpine Best and Fairest Award, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 3/4 Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 Soccer, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Basketball, Year 11 Fifth Tennis, Open Badminton, Soccer - Third XI, Year 12 Badminton - Second, Soccer - Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Vice Captain of International Students.

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LIU, LAWRENCE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1,

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ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Bowling Award Cricket Open Third XI, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Football Second XVIII, Water Polo, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Water Polo - Open. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

MCPEAKE, CALLUM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 6 Best Team Player 6A Basketball, Year 7 Most Improved Player Award Touch Football Year 7, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Year 9 Most Valuable Player Basketball Year 9, Service Colours - Basketball, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Full Colours Basketball, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Basketball, Half Colours - Rowing, The Unit 1/2 Computing Prize, The Year 11 Progress Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Meliora

Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, Services to BGS Basketball. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Basketball, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Football, BGS3 Touch Football, Year 8 Year 8 Basketball, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Basketball Open 2, Year 9 Basketball, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 First V Basketball, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Basketball First V, Rowing Second VIII, Year 12 Basketball - First V, Rowing - First VIII, Rowing First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Captain of Basketball, Year 11 Vice Captain Basketball, Year 12 Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Year 6 Musical, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - Senior Choir, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

MITCHELL, JAMES ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 11 ENTRY YEAR: 2018 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester


2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The A J Simpson Prize for Religious Education, The Commerce Prize, Third in Year 10, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Software Development 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Physics Prize, The Unit 3/4 Software Development Prize, Year 12 Half Colours - Touch Football, The English Language Prize, The H V Mitchell Essay Prize, The Norman F Perrier Memorial Prize - Physics 3/4, The R W Tovell Memorial Prize - Mathematical Methods 3/4, The R W Tovell Memorial Prize - Specialist Mathematics 3/4, The Unit 3/4 French Prize. SPORTS: Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Touch Football, Year 12 Football - Fourth XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 10 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Student Council, WONTOK Poverty and Development Youth Conference, Year 11 - Chess Vic BGS Cup 2017, DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chess, Student Council.

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CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Guitar Ensemble, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Guitar Ensemble, Private Tuition Music.

FRANK ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Football, Class Effort Card Term 3, Divisional Representative Cross Country, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Science, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Water Polo, Better Buddies Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Most Improved Tennis 8B2, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Wood Technology - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7A Football, Water Polo, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10B Tennis, Year 11 Football Third XVIII, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Football - Second XVIII, Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 School Officer. EXTRA

PARLANE, DAVID ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Man of the Week, Assembly Award, Year 5 Best Team Player Cricket, Best Team Player Volleyball, Choir Prize, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player 5 B Touch Rugby, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 6 Heather Bottomley Citizenship Prize, Specialist Effort Card Choral & Instrumental, Wilson House Award, Year 7 Bowling Award Cricket 7B, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 2, iDesign Finalist, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Silver Effort Certificate, Year 9 Best

Back Award Rugby Under 15, Bowling Award Cricket 9B, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Music Styles & Technology - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Politics - Semester 1, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, The Music Styles and Technology Prize, The Politics Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Service Colours - Music, Year 11 Half Colours - Music, Half Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Best Team Player Touch Football 1st VI, Full Colours - Music, Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours, Services to BGS Rugby. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Rugby, Touch Football, Year 12 Rugby - Second XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 3, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Chapel Server, Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Senior Chapel Server, Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Senior Chapel Server, Year 12 Leader Senior Concert Band. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band,

Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Debating, Debating Inter School, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - DAV Debating A Grade, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Debating and Public Speaking, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, DAV Debating C Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Private Tuition Music Clarinet, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

PRESTON, HARRISON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd U13 50m Backstroke, Credit Prize Year 7, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester GRAMMARIAN 2019

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Competition - Distinction, Best Swimmer Under 16, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Swimming, Half Colours - Water Polo, Honours Being selected to represent the School in an activity at a National level Placing 3rd in the APS finals; 3rd in two APS relays and 2nd in an APS relay, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Hockey, The Norman MacGlashan Memorial Prize for Physical Education, Third in Year 10, Year 11 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 2nd Place 100m Breaststroke Under 17, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 200m Breaststroke Relay Under 16, Best Swimmer Swimming Under 17, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Swimming, Full Colours Water Polo, Goldstein Medal, Half Colours - Hockey, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Best Swimmer Open, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours - Swimming, Full House Colours, Geoff Cleaver Trophy for the Team Man Swimming, Nettlefold Family Prize for Captain of Swimming, The A & H Bottomley Citizenship Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Water Polo, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Water Polo, Year 8 Hockey, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 Water Polo, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Swimming, Year 9/10A

Hockey, Year 11 Hockey First XI, Water Polo, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Hockey - First XI, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Swimming, House Captain - Hancock, Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

SORENSEN, LUKE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Friends of Tennis Award for Most Valuable Player Tennis 7A, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, iDesign Asics Innovation Award, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Stuart Thompson Encouragement Award Tennis First VIII, The Philosophy, Ethics and Belief Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Most Improved Football 9B, Most Improved Tennis First VIII, The Drama Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester

1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, The Unit 1/2 Business Management Prize, Year 12 1977 Prefects Cup for Sportsmanship 1st VIII Tennis, Full Colours - Tennis, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Athletics, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, First VIII Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, First VIII Tennis, Year 11 First Tennis, Year 12 Basketball - Second V, Tennis - First. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Co-Captain of Tennis, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Frankston Camp 2018, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

TRAVERS, JACOB ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Credit Prize Year 7, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate

English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Batting Award Cricket 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 BGS Football Team of the Year, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Most Improved Football 9A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Best & Fairest Football 10A, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - 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 Visual Communication & Design - Semester 2, Merit


Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Visual Communication and Design Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Football, Half Colours - Academic, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology 1/2 Semester 1, Year 12 Coach’s Award Open Swimming, Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, The Health & Human Development Prize, The Selwyn Noall Memorial Rhodes Prize. SPORTS: 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, Water Polo, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Football - First XVIII, Water Polo, Year 12 Football - First XVIII, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Co-Captain 7C4, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 Combined Production Cast The Little Mermaid, Combined Production Crew - The Little Mermaid, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 Senior Choir, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music.

YU, ASHER ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - High Distinction, Coach’s Award Swimming Under 13, Coach’s Award Water Polo Year 7, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Year 8 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U13/14 4 x 50m Butterfly Relay, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U14 4 x 50m Backstroke Relay, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Most Improved Soccer 8A, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Best Swimmer Under 15, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Robotics - Semester 2, The IT Robotics Prize, Year 10 Full Colours - Swimming, Most Improved Soccer 10A, Year 11 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd Place 200m Breaststroke Relay Under 16, Golden Boot Soccer Third XI, Half Colours - Swimming, Rising Star Swimming Under 17, Year 12 Full House Colours, Rising Star Badminton 2nds. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Soccer, Water Polo, Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Water Polo, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Soccer Second XI, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Badminton - Second, Soccer - Third XI, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 CoCaptain of Swimming Middle School, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle

ZHANG, EVAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Hancock AWARDS: Year 9 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 10 Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 9/10C Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Open Badminton, Year 12 Badminton - Second.

ARMSTRONG, HENRY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC4 ENTRY YEAR: 2006 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 4 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Year 5 Effort Card Term 3, Specialist Effort Card Borwick House Choir, ‘You Can Do It’

Award Organisation, Year 6 Class Effort Card, Year 7 Most Improved Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Most Improved Rugby Under 15, Year 10 Courage Cup - Rugby Under 16, Half Colours - Performance, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 1, Full Colours - Performance, Full Colours - Rowing, Service Colours Rugby, Year 12 Full Colours - Production, Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Swimming, Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Rugby Under 13, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Rowing First VIII, Rugby, Year 12 Athletics, Football -

Second XVIII, Rowing - First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain Term 4, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Vice Captain Rowing. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Whole School Concert, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 5 Music, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Seussical Production - Cast, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Production Cast Peter Pan, Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Year 12 - Senior Production Cast Anything Goes.

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ASHMAN, MAX ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Golden Boot Soccer 10B, Year 11 Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, BGS1 Touch Football, Year 8 8B Soccer, MS1 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Cricket - Third XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

BARTELS, TOM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative, Divisional Representative, Man of

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the Week, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 5 Best Team Athlete, Divisional Representative Cross Country, Effort Card Term 4, House Cross Country Champion, Most Outstanding Athlete, Regional Representative Athletics, Regional Representative Cross Country, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, State Representative Athletics, State Representative Cross Country, State Representative Snow Sports, ‘You Can Do It’ Award Organisation, Year 6 Class Effort Card 6 Resolution, Divisional Representative U/14 State Relay Cross Country, State Representative Snow Sports, Weekly Award, Year 7 Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Outstanding Runner Cross Country Year 7, National Representative - Snow Sports, Victorian All Schools Athletics Championships 5th Place 1500m Under 14, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Runner Cross Country Year 8, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Half Colours - Cross Country, Half Colours - Snow Sports, iDesign Highly Commended, National Representative Snow Sports, Year 9 Half Colours - Snow Sports, Year 10 Best Team Player Tennis 10C, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 1, Full Colours Athletics, Half Colours - Cross Country, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, National Representative Snow Sports, Year 11 Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Cross Country, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physics 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Snow Sports, National Representative Snow Sports, Services to BGS Cross-Country. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport

- Water Polo, Snow Sports, Year 7 Athletics - Distance, Middle School Cross Country Squad, Snow Sports, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 Athletics - Distance, Middle School Cross Country Squad, Snow Sports, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 Athletics - Middle Distance, Senior Cross Country Squad, Summer Sport, Year 10 Senior Cross Country Squad, Snow Sports, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Athletics, Cross Country, Year 12 Athletics, Cross Country. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, School Officer, Year 8 Captain of Cross Country, Middle School House Co-Captain, Vice Captain Athletics, Year 11 Captain of Cross Country, Year 12 Captain of Cross Country. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Interschool Chess, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Junior School Music Camp, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Japanese - Semester 1, Most Courageous Player Award Tennis 7C2, Year 8 Best Team Player Touch Football, BGS Player of the U15 Plate Championship Touch Rugby, Coach’s Award Football 8B, iDesign Highly Commended, The Parents’ Association Prize for Most Improved, Year 9 BGS Football Team of the Year, Year 10 Half Colours Touch Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7A Football, Snow Sports, Year 7C1 Tennis, Year 8 8A Football, MS2 Touch Football, Snow Sports, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Touch Football, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Touch Football, Touch Football Premiership, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Touch Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

DE WORSOP, BUSCOMBE,

JORDAN

OSCAR

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Year 10 Half Colours Performance, Year 11 Full Colours - Performance, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Half Colours - Music, Year 12 Full Colours Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Music, Full

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Achievement Award Earn and Learn Small Business, Class Effort Card 6 Resolution, Year 7 Coach’s Award Football 7B, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate

Colours - Production. SPORTS: Year 7 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Year 9 Swimming, Year 10 No Sport - No report, Senior Cross Country Squad, Year 11 Cross Country, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Cross Country, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 7 Form Vice Captain, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 12 Leader Senior Choir. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Cast - Peter Pan, Middle School Concert Band, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Student Council, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 - Combined Senior Production Cast - Legally Blond, DAV Debating C Grade, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Legally Blonde, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Chicago, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes, Ten Tonners.

FARRELL, KIERAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 10 ENTRY YEAR: 2017 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 10 Coach’s Award Hockey 9/10B, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business


Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Software Development 3/4 - Semester 1, Year 12 Coach’s Award Badminton 5ths Red. SPORTS: Year 10 Sailing, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Hockey Second XI, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Football - Third XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 10 - Senior School Library Committee, Year 11 - Senior School Library Committee.

FLOCKART, FELIX

FIELD, MATT ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 9 Best & Fairest Football 9B, BGS Football Team of the Year, Full Colours - Sailing, Year 10 Half Colours - Sailing, Year 12 Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, Service Certificate Rowing. SPORTS: Year 9 9B Football, Sailing, Year 10 10A Football, Sailing, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing - Third VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, Combined Production Crew - The Little Mermaid, Combined Senior Production Cast - Copacabana, Year 10 Combined Senior Production Crew - Legally Blond, Senior Production Backstage Legally Blonde.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Best Team Player Cricket 7A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Encouragement Award Athletics - High Jump, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 Distinction, APS Athletics 3rd Place High Jump Under 14, Bowling Award Cricket 8A, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Silver Effort Certificate, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Bowling Award Cricket 9A, Distinction Certificate Chinese - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2,

Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Fourth in Year 10, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate IT Programming Semester 2, Merit Certificate Psychology - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Water Polo Second VII, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Cricket, Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours, The G D Hird Memorial Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 7A Cricket, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 8A Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Athletics - High Jump, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - High Jump, Water Polo, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Athletics, Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII, Water Polo, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 House Captain - Rofe, Secondary School Senior Chapel Server. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A

Celebration of Music”, Middle School Production Cast Peter Pan, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid, Combined Production Crew - The Little Mermaid, DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Frankston Camp 2017, Senior School Chapel Server, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience.

Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

KANTOUNATAKIS, MIKE

GERNANDT, CHRISTIAN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 8 Coach’s Award Football 8B, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 9 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Year 11 Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, BGS4 Touch Football, Year 8 8B Football, MS4 Touch Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Year 12 Football Third XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, The Fraser Cairns History Prize, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 1, Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate History 1/2 (20th Century) - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 History (20th Century) Prize, Year 12 The R H Wallman Prize - History Revolutions 3/4. SPORTS: Year 7 Rugby Under 14, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Year 8 Basketball, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Tennis Extra, Year 12 GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 10 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee.

12 Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Private Tuition Music, Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

KARDIS, ANDREAS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 1, Man of the Week, Year 6 Achievement Award Earn and Learn Small Business, Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Forensic Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - European Handball, Year 7 7B Football, Athletics, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 8 8B Football, MS3 Touch Football, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Third Tennis, Year

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KONSTAS, JAMES ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2004 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award, Year 5 Man of the Week, Year 6 Chess Champion, Man of the Week, Most Outstanding Player, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Pryor Honour Board Tennis 8A, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Soccer, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Soccer, Full Colours - Tennis, Full House Colours, The R W Tovell Memorial Prize - Further Mathematics 3/4. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport -

Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, First VIII Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, First VIII Tennis, Soccer, Year 11 First Tennis, Year 12 Soccer - First XI, Tennis - First. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Tennis, Year 12 Secondary School Chapel Server, Vice Captain Tennis. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS - Spelling, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Chapel Server, Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - Chapel Server, Year 10 Senior School Chapel Server, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server.

KOUSKOURIS, LEO ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 5 Best Team Player 5 A Soccer Team, Class Effort Card

Term 2, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6B Football, Class Award Assembly, Dux of the Junior School, Effort Card Wilson House Concert Band, Meliora Prize, Year 7 Australasian Problem Solving Mathematical Olympiads Top 25% Year 7, Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, First in Year 7, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The English Prize Share in the English prize, The Humanties Prize Year 7, The Mathematics Prize Year 7, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 High Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, iDesign BGS Award, iDesign Highly Commended, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 8A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Mathematics Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, 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 2, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Commerce Semester 1, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, The Latin Prize, The Mathematics Prize, The Science Prize, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Financial Literacy - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate IT Programming - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Literature - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Full Colours - Futsal, Golden Boot Soccer 10A, Most Valuable Player Soccer 10A, Service Colours Music, The Financial Literacy Prize, The History Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, 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 3/4 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Specialist Mathematics 1/2 - Semester 2, Fourth in Year 11, Half Colours - Academic, Half Colours - Futsal, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 Semester 2, Service Colours - Soccer, The Caltex Prize for the Best All Rounder, The Unit 1/2 English Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Services to BGS Soccer, The Class of 2012 Robert Connor Dawes Prize - Latin 3/4, The Norman F Perrier Memorial Prize - Chemistry 3/4, The R F Waring Memorial Prize. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS


Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8A Soccer, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Soccer, Futsal, Soccer, Year 11 1st Futsal, Soccer - First XI, Year 12 Futsal - First, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Class Captain Term 3, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Middle School Debating and Public Speaking Co-Captain, Middle School Music Vice Captain, Middle School Student Council Representative, School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Prefect, Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Epilepsy Trivia Challenge, ICAS - English, ICAS - Mathematics, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Debating, ICAS - English, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Extension Studies, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Debating and Public Speaking, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Combined Book Club, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, DAV Debating D Grade, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Silver, Melbourne Recital

Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, DAV Debating D Grade, Senior Choir.

LARKWORTHY, JAMES ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Year 9 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Psychology Semester 2, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 10A, Year 11 Distinction Certificate

Psychology 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Accounting 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 3/4 - Semester 1, Service Colours - Cricket, Service Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Cricket, Full House Colours, The R M Millar Prize. SPORTS: 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, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket First XI, Football First XVIII, Year 12 Cricket - First XI, Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 1, Year 12 House Vice Captain - Rofe. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Frankston Camp, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

LI, DAVID ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 1 ENTRY YEAR: 2008 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Japanese Prize Year 3, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Library Prize, Specialist Effort Card Class Music, ‘You Can Do It’ Award, Year 5 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card Term 2, Effort Card Orchestra, Man of the Week, Music Prize, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 6 Achievement Award Robotics, Assembly Award, Best Team

Player Handball, Effort Card Orchestra, Meliora Prize, Most Outstanding Player Badminton, Specialist Effort Card Library, String Orchestra Prize, Year 7 Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Japanese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, The Extension Studies Prize Year 7, The Music Prize Year 7, Third in Year 7, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 Distinction, Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Coach’s Award Hockey Year 8, Distinction Certificate - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Gold Effort Certificate, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, The Narrative Writing Competition Prize, The Robyn Sorensen Prize for Instrumental Music, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Half Service Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Best & Fairest Badminton Year 9 & 10, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Hockey 9/10A, The Latin Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Chemistry 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 - Badminton, Full Colours Hockey, Full Colours - Music, Half Colours - Academic, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate English Language 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Language 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 3/4 - Semester 1, The Senior Instrumental Friends of Music Prize, The Unit 1/2 Latin Prize, The Unit 1/2 Specialist Mathematics Prize, Third in Year 11, Year 12 Coach’s

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Award Badminton 1sts, Full Colours - Badminton, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full Colours - Hockey, Full Colours Music, Full House Colours, The Jim Fraser Memorial Prize, The Philip Kondelos Music Prize. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport European Handball, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport Volleyball, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 10 Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 First Badminton, Hockey First XI, Year 12 Badminton First, Hockey - First XI, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Leader Wilson House String Orchestra, Library Monitor, Music Monitor, Music Officer, Year 8 Leader Middle School String Orchestra, Middle School Music Captain, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Badminton, Leader Symphony Orchestra, Vice Captain of Debating, Vice Captain of Music. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, ICAS English, ICAS - Mathematics, Interschool Chess, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Interschool Chess, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Debating, Debating Inter School, ICAS English, ICAS - Mathematics, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Maths Olympics, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle

School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Corelli Strings, Debating and Public Speaking, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Bronze), Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Silver, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Corelli Strings, DAV Debating B Grade, Generations in Jazz, Intermediate Stage Band, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, Generations in Jazz, Senior Big Band, Senior Music Camp, Senior Production Band Anything Goes, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra.

MATHEWS, HARRY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate

Mathematics - Semester 1, Most Improved Player Award Water Polo Year 7, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Merit Certificate IT Robotics Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, The Geography Prize, Year 10 Water Polo, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Sport Exercise Science - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Water Polo, Honours Being selected in the APS team for Waterpolo, Merit Certificate Forensic Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 Semester 1, Full Colours - Water Polo, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Biology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Touch Football, Full Colours - Water Polo, Full House Colours, Most Valuable Player Touch Football 1st VI, The 1967 Prefects’ Games Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics - Shot Put, Water Polo, Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 8A Football, Athletics Shot Put, Water Polo, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 9A Football, Athletics - Shotput, Water Polo, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Athletics - Sprints, First VII Water Polo, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics, Football - Second XVIII, Touch Football, Touch Football Premiership, Water Polo, Year 12 Athletics, Football - First XVIII, Water Polo - First, Water Polo - Open. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House Co-Captain, School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Captain of Touch Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle

School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

PATERSON, JOHN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2007 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 5 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Tennis, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Science, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Library, Year 7 Best Team Player Tennis 7B, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Merit Certificate History Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design Semester 1, Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Economics Prize, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool


Sport - Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10A Tennis, Year 11 Second Tennis, Soccer - Second XI, Year 12 Soccer - Second XI, Tennis - Second. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Private Tuition Music, Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Concert Band, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music.

STUARTWILLIAMS, CHARLTON

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 10 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 Hockey, Snow Sports, Water Polo, Year 7 Volleyball, Year 8 Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Rugby, Year 12 Rugby - Second XV. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - Combined Production Cast - The Little Mermaid.

SPORTS: Year 8 8B Soccer, Snow Sports, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9A Soccer, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer, Sailing, Soccer, Year 11 Soccer - Third XI, Third Tennis, Year 12 Soccer - Third XI, Tennis - Fourth. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 Leader Senior Big Band. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 8 Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Big Band, Middle School Concert Band, Senior Big Band 2016, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/ Band 2017, Generations in Jazz, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Saxophone, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Year 12 - Generations in Jazz, Private Tuition Music Saxophone, Senior Big Band, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp.

Certificate Mathematics (Further Stream) - Semester 2, Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Year 11 Full Colours - Tennis, Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Full Colours - Tennis. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Year 8A Tennis, Year 9 First VIII Tennis, Year 10 10B Football, First VIII Tennis, Year 11 First Tennis, Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Tennis First. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor, Year 10 Captain of Tennis Second VIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Milikapiti Exchange, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade.

SUITS,

THOMAS,

STEVE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 9 Best Team Player 9C2 Red Tennis, Distinction Certificate Music Performance - Semester 2, The Friends of Music Achievement Prize, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Music Performance - Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Half Colours - Sailing, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, The Friends of Music Performance Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Music, Merit Certificate Music Performance 1/2 - Semester 2, The Allan Zavod Jazz Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Music.

Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Soccer, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Rugby, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Rugby - First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 School Officer, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Concert Band, Middle School Junior Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music.

OLIVER

TAYLOR, SUMMERFIELD,

MATT

BENJAMIN

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 5 ENTRY YEAR: 2012 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 5 Class Effort Card Term 2, Cross Country Encouragement Award, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Year 6 Most Outstanding Player Year 6B Cricket, Year 8 Most Improved Rubgy Under 14, Year 9 Courage Cup - Rugby Under 15, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 5 APS Sport Athletics, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Soccer, Year 6 APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport -

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 6 Class Effort Card, Divisional Representative Tennis, Specialist Effort Card Art, Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Most Improved Player Award Football 7B, Year 8 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, iDesign Highly Commended, Most Improved Football 8B, Year 10 Distinction

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 7 Best & Fairest Football 7B, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 7 7B Football, Year 7B Tennis, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B2 Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10C Red Tennis, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Sports Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

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VAN ESSEN, CHRIS ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: Rofe AWARDS: Year 8 Bowling Award Cricket 8C. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8C Soccer, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10C Soccer,, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Open Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI, Year 12 Badminton - Third, Soccer - Third XI. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Middle School Concert Band.

BRYDONWALDREN, WILL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player 6B Cricket, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Best Team Player Touch Football Year 7, Captain’s Award Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Captain’s Award Rugby Under 14, Coach’s Award Water Polo 8B, Top Try Scorer for Touch Football, Year 9 Coach’s Award Rugby Under 15, Courage Cup - Rugby Rugby Under 15, Most Improved Player

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Award Touch Football, Year 10 Most Valuable Player Touch Football Second VI, Year 11 Half Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full Colours - Rugby, Full House Colours, Half Colours - Production. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 BGS2 Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Water Polo, Year 8 MS4 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Water Polo, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Touch Football, Water Polo, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 11 Cooper Club Rowing, Rugby, Touch Football, Touch Football - Premiership, Year 12 Rugby - First XV, Tennis Fourth. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 7 CoCaptain of Rugby Under 13, Year 8 Co-Captain of Rugby, Middle School House CoCaptain, Year 9 Senior School Student Council. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - Student Council, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - Senior Choir, Senior Production Cast - Anything Goes.

CANHAM,

16, Honours Being selected to represent the School at a National level: State representative in Rugby, The Year 10 Progress Prize, Year 11 Full Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full House Colours, Services to BGS Rugby. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport Football, Snow Sports, Year 5 APS Sport - Basketball, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport Swimming, APS Sport - Water Polo, Year 6 APS Sport Cricket, APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Water Polo, 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, Year 9 Rowing Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Touch Football, Year 11 Rugby, Year 12 Rugby - First XV. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 Vice Captain Rugby. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Interschool Chess, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical.

JOSH ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 2 ENTRY YEAR: 2009 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 House Swimming Champion, Man of the Week, Year 4 District Representative Swimming, Man of the Week, Regional Representative Swimming, Year 5 APS Most Outstanding Player Water Polo, Class Effort Card, District Representative Swimming, Regional Representative Swimming, State Representative Chess, ‘You Can Do It’ Award Resilience, Year 6 Assembly Award, Best Team Player Hockey, Better Buddies Award, District Representative Basketball, District Representative Swimming, Most Outstanding Player Water Polo, Regional Representative Basketball, Regional Representative Swimming, Year 7 Best Back Award Rugby Under 13, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Year 8 Best Back Award Rubgy Under 14, Year 10 Best & Fairest Rugby Under

CHEN, ERIC ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition Distinction, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Courage Cup - Rugby Under 14, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 10 Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 1.

SPORTS: Year 7 8C Soccer, Year 8 Rugby Under 14, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 10 10C Soccer, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Year 12 Badminton - Third. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Choral Soiree, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Year 7 & 8 Choir.

CHEN, GORDON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: Prep ENTRY YEAR: 2007 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Award, Man of the Week, Year 5 Effort Card Term 4, Specialist Effort Card Science, State Representative Chess, Year 6 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Latin - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Valuable Soccer 7B, The Winner of the English Essay Writing Competition Year 7, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Most Improved Tennis 8C1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition


- Distinction, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Half Colours Music, Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Coach’s Award Soccer Third XI, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Music, Merit Certificate English Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, The Unit 1/2 Legal Studies Prize, Year 12 Half Colours - Futsal, Services to BGS Music, Full Colours - Music, Full House Colours SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport Soccer, Year 5 APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, APS Sport - Volleyball, Year 6 APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Table Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 7B Soccer, BGS2 Touch Football, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Soccer, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10C Basketball, Year 11 Fourth Badminton Blue, Soccer - Fourth XI, Year 12 Futsal - Second, Soccer - Third XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 12 House Vice Captain - School, Leader Corelli Orchestra. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - Interschool Chess, Maths Olympics, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Interschool Chess, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - English, ICAS Spelling, Interschool Chess, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, ICAS - Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition

Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Corelli Strings, Extension Studies, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra incursion, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Corelli Strings, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Corelli Strings, Frankston Camp, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 10 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2017, Corelli Strings, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Senior Music Camp, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Corelli Strings, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Corelli Strings, DAV Debating A Grade, Senior String Quartet, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra.

Stream) - Semester 2, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 3/4 - Semester 1, Half Colours - Academic, Merit Certificate French 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 12 Service Certificate Cricket, The H A Glover Prize - English 3/4, The Unit 3/4 Economics Prize. SPORTS: Year 8 8B Football, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9A Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Second XI, Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Cricket - Second XI, Football - Third XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

GIANNATOS, LUKAS

CLYNE, JOSHUA ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 8 ENTRY YEAR: 2015 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Year 9 Merit Certificate History - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Legal Studies 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate History Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics (Methods

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Most Improved Hockey Year 7, Year 8 iDesign Highly Commended, Year 9 Merit Certificate History - Semester 2, Year 10 Coach’s Award Hockey 9/10A, Coach’s Award Swimming Under 16, Distinction Certificate IT Games Development Semester 1, The Robert Asche Prize for Information Technology, Year 11 Coach’s Award Hockey Second XI, Half Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Merit Certificate Mathematics General Further 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Debating and Public Speaking, Full House Colours, Service Certificate Swimming, The J R Wallman Progress Prize, The Wellbeing Prize. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey,

Year 7 Swimming, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8 Swimming, Year 9 Year 9 Swimming, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 10 Year 10 Swimming, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Hockey Second XI, Year 11 Swimming, Year 12 Hockey - Second XI, Swimming. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School Library Committee, Year 11 Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Secondary School Thurifer, Student Wellbeing Committee Captain, Vice Captain of Debating. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Combined Book Club, Middle School Concert Band, Middle School Library Committee, Year 9 - Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Intermediate Concert Band, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Library Committee, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior School Library Committee, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Student Wellbeing Committee, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Debating and Public Speaking.

GRAVES, WILLIAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Year 5 Class Award, Man of the Week, Year 6 Best Team Player 6B Red Touch Rugby, Class Effort

Card, Year 7 Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Full Colours - Rugby, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Soccer, 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 BGS5 Touch Football, Rugby Under 13, Year 8 MS4 Touch Football, Rugby Under 14, Year 9 Rugby Under 15, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 Rugby Under 16, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Rugby, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Rugby - Second XV, Tennis - Fifth. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Classroom Monitor, Year 8 Co-Captain of Touch Football. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Combined Book Club, Year 12 - Senior Production Crew - Anything Goes.

HADDON, SAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Class Award, Class Effort Card, Year 5 Class Effort Card, Encouragement Award Water Polo, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card Music, Year 6 Better Buddies Award, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort GRAMMARIAN 2019

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Music Camp, Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, ICAS - Spelling, IPSHA Concert, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, ICAS Spelling, Junior School Music Camp, Milikapiti Exchange, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Private Tuition Music, Senior Concert Band, Senior Music Camp, Victorian School Music Festival, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Year 10 - Frankston Camp 2017.

JOLLES, SIMON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award ssembly, Effort Card 6 Resolution, Man of the Week, Year 11 Merit Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Year 12 Cricket - Third XI, Soccer Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Private Tuition Music, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Private Tuition Music, Year 11 - Senior School Year 11’s Year 6 Coaching Experience.

KULESZA, MARTIN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: ELC3 ENTRY YEAR: 2005 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 3 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, Man of the Week, Physical Education Prize Year 3, Specialist Effort Card Music, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative, Divisional Representative, Man of the Week, Specialist Effort Card, Specialist Effort Card Choral & Instrumental, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 5 Best Team Player Hockey, Class Effort Card Term 1, Divisional Representative Cross Country, House Swimming Champion, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Specialist Effort Card Library, State Representative High Jump, Year 6 Achievement Award Earn and Learn Small Business, Better Buddies Award, Divisional Representative Swimming, Effort Card Borwick House Choir, Most Outstanding Swimmer, Specialist Effort Card Science, The Park Shield, Year 7 Coach’s Award Hockey 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 English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, National Representative Snow Sports, Term 2 Effort Grade Certificate, Year 8 Academic Prize Year 8 Distinction, APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 3rd U16 Diving A Division, Australian

Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Gold Effort Certificate, Half Colours - Snow Sports, iDesign Highly Commended, iDesign Outdoor Education Award, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Diving, The Music Prize, The Osborne Family Prize for Captain of the Middle School aeq, Year 9 Distinction Certificate Art - 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 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design - Semester 1, Full Colours - Diving, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Golden Boot Hockey 9/10A, Leading Goal Scorer - Hockey First XI, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Service Colours - Music, The Art Prize, The History Prize, The Shipham Trophy for Best and Fairest Year 9 Hockey, Year 10 APS Swimming and Diving Medallion 1st Place Diving B Division Under 17, Australian Mathematics Competition Credit, Distinction Certificate Commerce - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2,

Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics (Methods Stream) - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Science - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Diving, Full Colours - Hockey, Half Colours - Music, Half Colours - Snow Sports, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Visual Communication & Design 1/2 - Semester 1, National Representative - Snow Sports, The Unit 1/2 Visual Communication Design Prize, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Economics 1/2 - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Visual Communication & Design 3/4 - Semester 1, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours Hockey, Full Colours - Rowing, Full Colours - Snow Sports, Half Colours - Academic, Honours Qualified in 2 or more events individually at a National level: Snow Sports, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Service Colours - Music, The Unit 3/4 Visual Communication Design Prize, Year 12 Full Colours - Chapel Service, Full Colours - Rowing, Full House Colours, Meliora Medal - Rowing Year 12 Rower, National Representative - Snow Sports, Services to BGS Music, The Noel Thomas Memorial Prize, The Prize for the Vice-Captain of the School. SPORTS: Year 4 Snow Sports, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport - Cross Country, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport - Tennis, Snow Sports, Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport - Hockey, APS Sport Swimming, APS Sport - Water Polo, Snow Sports, Year 7 Diving, Hockey, Open Diving, Snow Sports, Year 8 Diving, Snow Sports, Year 8 Hockey, Year 9 Athletics - High Jump, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 10 Athletics - High Jump, First XI Hockey, Snow Sports, Year 10 Rowing - Skelton Club, Year 11 Athletics, Hockey - First XI, Rowing First VIII, Year 12 Athletics, Hockey - First XI, Rowing - First VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 3 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Captain of Snow Sports,


Classroom Monitor, Vice Captain of the Junior School, Year 7 Form Co-Captain 7C4, Middle School Environment Co-Captain Global Issues, Year 8 Captain of Diving Middle School, Co-Captain of Middle School, Leader Middle School Choir, Year 9 Senior School Student Council, Year 11 Leader Cello Choir, Outdoor Education Leadership Program, Year 12 Captain of Rowing, Prefect, Secondary School Chapel Server, Vice Captain of School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 2 - Year 2 Strings, Year 3 - House Poetry Competition Finalist, Music, Private Tuition Music, Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/ FGS Activity, Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Junior School Music Camp, Music, Private Tuition Music, Whole School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Gembrook Camp, IPSHA Concert, Private Tuition Music, School Concert, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 Borwick House Choir, Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/ BGS Concert, ICAS - Science, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House String Orchestra, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Cello Choir, Choral Soiree, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, String Spectacular, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 8 - Cello Choir, Combined Senior Concert Band & Symphony Orchestra, Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Private Tuition Music, Year 7 & 8 Choir, Year 9 - Carols Orchestra & Band, Cello Choir, Chapel Server, DAV Debating D Grade, Duke of Edinburgh (Bronze), International Biology Olympiad, Private Tuition Music, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Fundraising Committee, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Student Council, Year 9-12 Choir, Year 10 Cello Choir, DAV Debating C Grade, Duke of Edinburgh - Silver, Melbourne Recital Centre - Molto Crescendo, Private Tuition Music, Senior Choir, Senior Music Camp, Senior School Chapel Server, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 11 - Carols Combined Orchestra/Band 2018, Cello Choir, DAV Debating B Grade, Private Tuition Music Cello, Senior Choir, Senior School

Chapel Server, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Senior Symphony Orchestra, Year 12 - Senior Choir.

MCGRATH, NOAH ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 4 ENTRY YEAR: 2011 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 4 Assembly Award, Class Effort Card, District Representative, Divisional Representative, Man of the Week, Meliora Prize, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 5 Class Effort Card, District Representative Athletics, District Representative Cross Country, Man of the Week, Most Valuable Player Soccer, Regional Representative Athletics, Specialist Effort Card Art, Specialist Effort Card Japanese, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, State Representative Athletics, Year 6 APS Most Outstanding Player 6A Football, District Representative Soccer, Divisional Representative Tennis, Effort Card, Most Outstanding Player 6A Soccer, Regional Representative Soccer, School Officers’ Prize, Specialist Effort Card Physical Education, Year 7 APS Athletics 2nd Place High Jump Under 14, Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities Semester 1, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Japanese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Most Valuable Player Soccer 7A, Scholarship and Academic Leadership, Year 8 APS Athletics 2nd Place High Jump Under 15,

Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate CDT Semester 2, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Silver Effort Certificate, The Osborne Family Prize for Captain of the Middle School aeq, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Tennis 9A, Distinction Certificate English - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate History - Semester 1, Full Colours - Soccer, Merit Certificate Art - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 2, Merit Certificate Geography - Semester 2, Year 10 APS Athletics 2nd Place High Jump Under 17, Distinction Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 2, Full Colours - Athletics, Full Colours - Soccer, Honours Being awarded Full Colours in Soccer for three years in a row Being selected as an APS representative, Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education Semester 2, Merit Certificate Physical Education 1/2 - Semester 1, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Psychology 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Athletics, Merit Certificate Economics 1/2 Semester 1, Service Colours - Soccer, Year 12 Full Colours - Futsal, Full Colours - Soccer, Full House Colours, The OBGS Prize for the Captain of the School, The W A Clarke Prize. SPORTS: Year 4 Interschool Sport - Football, Year 5 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 6 APS Sport - Athletics, APS Sport Football, APS Sport - Soccer, APS Sport - Tennis, Year 7 7A Soccer, Athletics - High Jump, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Athletics - High Jump, First XI Soccer, Year 8A Tennis,

Year 9 Athletics - High Jump, Year 9A Tennis, Year 10 Athletics - High Jump, First XI Soccer, Futsal, Soccer, Year 11 Athletics, Soccer First XI, Year 12 Athletics, Futsal - First, Soccer - First XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 4 Classroom Monitor, Year 5 Class Captain, Classroom Monitor, Year 6 Vice Captain of the Junior School, Year 7 Form Captain, Year 8 Captain of Soccer, Co-Captain of Middle School, Year 12 Captain of Futsal, Captain of School, Captain of Soccer, Prefect. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 4 - Anglesea Camp, BGS/FGS Activity, Buddies, Music, Year 4 Music, Year 5 - Buddies, Gembrook Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 5 Goldfields Camp, Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Combined FGS/BGS Concert, Debating, Junior School Music Camp, Private Tuition Music, Wilson House Concert Band, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 - Frankston Camp, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 8 - Debating and Public Speaking, Frankston Camp, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Private Tuition Music, Year 9 - Frankston Camp, Private Tuition Music, Year 10 Frankston Camp 2017, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade, Senior Choir, Senior School Year 11’s - Year 6 Coaching Experience, Year 12 - DAV Debating A Grade, Senior Choir.

NASRALLAH, MICHAEL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Golden Boot Soccer 7C, Year 10 BGS Football Team of the Year, Year 12 Service Certificate Cricket. SPORTS: Year 7 7C

Soccer, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C2 Tennis, Year 8C2 Tennis - Undefeated, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10B Cricket, Year 11 Cricket Third XI, Football - Third XVIII, Year 12 Cricket Second XI, Football - Second XVIII. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra.

O’KANE, LIAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 2, Merit Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Latin Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate French - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate French - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 9B, Year 10 Distinction Certificate IT Programming Semester 2, Merit Certificate Information Technology 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 2, Half Colours - Academic, Merit Certificate English 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate GRAMMARIAN 2019

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YEAR 12 LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS Physics 1/2 - Semester 1. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Soccer, Year 7C2 Tennis, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 8C1 Tennis, Year 9 9B Soccer, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 10A Soccer,, Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 11 Soccer - Second XI, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Soccer - Third XI, Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra.

ROBERTS, SAM ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 8 Batting Award Cricket 8B, Best & Fairest Football 8B, Distinction Certificate Drama - Semester 2, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 10 Merit Certificate Health and Physical Education - Semester 2, Year 11 Merit Certificate Business Management 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Football - Second XVIII, Third Tennis, Year 12 Football Second XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 House Vice Captain - School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade.

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ROWELL, JUDD ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, Year 8 Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 1, iDesign Humanitarian Award, Runner Up Best & Fairest Football 8B, Year 10 Coach’s Award Football 10A, Year 11 Half Colours - Football, Year 12 Full Colours - Football, Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 7 7A Football, Athletics, Year 7B Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, Year 8B Cricket, Year 9 9A Football, Year 9B Cricket, Year 10 10A Football, Year 10A Cricket, Year 11 Football - First XVIII, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Football - First XVIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 Middle School House CoCaptain. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 - Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band.

SHEN, JOHNSON ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional

Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese Semester 1, Merit Certificate Latin - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Soccer 7C, The English as an Additional Language Prize Year 7, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 2, Golden Boot Soccer 8B, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Merit Certificate Science Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Badminton Year 7, The English as an Additional Language Prize, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Golden Boot Soccer 9B, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Most Valuable Player Badminton 9/10A, The Year 9 Great South West Best Team Player Award, Year 10 Distinction Certificate English as an Additional Language - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Full Colours - Badminton, Year 11 Full Colours - Badminton, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 12 Full Colours - Badminton, Most Valuable Player Badminton 1sts. SPORTS: Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 8 8B Soccer, Year 7/8 Badminton, Year 9 Year 9 Basketball, Year 9/10A Badminton, Year 10 First Badminton, Year 9/10B Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, First Badminton, Year 12 Badminton - First, Basketball - Second V. OFFICES HELD: Year 8 School Officer - Middle School Semester 2, Year 12 Vice Captain Badminton, Vice Captain of International Students. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School Junior Concert Band, Year 8 -

Intermediate Concert Band, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School Concert Band, Year 9 Intermediate Concert Band.

TSO, TONY

SIGAL, MICHAEL ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Distinction Certificate Mathematics Semester 2, The Big Science Competition - Distinction, Year 8 Merit Certificate English - Semester 1, Merit Certificate French Semester 1, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Merit Certificate Geography Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, Year 10 Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Year 11 Academic Endeavour Award, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 - Semester 1, Distinction Certificate English 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chemistry 1/2 - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 7 Hockey, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Hockey, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 9D Red Tennis, Year 10 Year 10C Blue Tennis, Year 9/10B Hockey, Year 11 Hockey - Second XI, Tennis Extra, Year 12 Tennis - Fifth. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Extension Studies, Year 8 - Chapel Server, Debating and Public Speaking, Middle School Production Crew - Peter Pan, Year 11 - Senior School Library Committee.

ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 9 ENTRY YEAR: 2016 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 10 Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 - Semester 2, Year 11 The Unit 3/4 Chinese as a First Language Prize. SPORTS: Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 10 Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 9/10C Basketball, Year 11 Basketball - Third V, Open Badminton, Year 12 Badminton - Second, Basketball - Third V.

TZIMAS, JAMIE ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 7 ENTRY YEAR: 2014 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 7 Batting Award Cricket 7C, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Cricket 8C, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate English Semester 1, Merit Certificate English - Semester 2, Merit Certificate French - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science Semester 1, Merit Certificate Science - Semester 2, Year 9 Australian Mathematics


Competition - Credit, Distinction Certificate Woodcraft - Semester 1, Year 10 Merit Certificate Applications of Maths & Engineering - Semester 2, Year 11 Distinction Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Business Management 3/4 - Semester 1, Merit Certificate Product Design & Technology 1/2 Semester 2, Year 12 Full House Colours, Meliora Medal Rowing Year 12 Rower, Service Certificate Rowing. SPORTS: Year 7 7B Football, Year 7C Cricket, Year 8 8B Football, MS Athletics, Year 8C Cricket, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9 Rowing - Wilson Club, Year 10 10B Football, Year 10 Rowing Skelton Club, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing Third VIII, Year 12 Football - Third XVIII, Rowing - Third VIII. OFFICES HELD: Year 12 House Captain - School. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 7 - Middle School String Orchestra, String Spectacular, Year 8 Debating and Public Speaking, Melbourne Recital Centre “A Celebration of Music”, Middle School String Orchestra, Year 9 - DAV Debating D Grade, Year 10 - DAV Debating C Grade, Year 11 - DAV Debating B Grade.

WELLS, JONTY ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Assembly Award, Year 12 Full House Colours. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Football, APS Sport Hockey, APS Sport - Tennis, APS Sport - Touch Rugby, Year 7 Hockey, Year 7A Tennis, Year 8 Year 8 Basketball, Year 8B Tennis, Year 9 9B Football, Year 9B Tennis, Year 10 Year 10B Tennis, Year 9/10A Hockey, Year 11 Football - Third XVIII, Third Tennis. OFFICES HELD: Year

6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Debating, Year 6 Gembrook Camp, Year 6 Musical, Year 7 Private Tuition Music.

Year 12 Badminton - Second, Soccer - Fifth XI. OFFICES HELD: Year 6 Classroom Monitor. EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Year 6 - Buddies, Canberra, Year 6 Musical, Year 8 - Chess, Year 10 - Senior School Chess.

ZOU, AUSTIN ENTRY YEAR LEVEL: 6 ENTRY YEAR: 2013 HOUSE: School AWARDS: Year 6 Class Award Assembly, Year 7 Australian Mathematics Competition High Distinction, Distinction Certificate Chinese Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Humanities - Semester 2, Distinction Certificate Mathematics - Semester 2, LIPCC Award Presentation - Art Exhibition Merit Winner, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 1, Merit Certificate CDT - Semester 2, The Art Prize Year 7, Year 8 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Best Team Player Tennis 8D, Merit Certificate Mathematics Semester 1, Year 9 Australian Mathematics Competition - Credit, Most Valuable Player Badminton 9/10B, Year 10 Australian Mathematics Competition - Distinction, Distinction Certificate Art Semester 2, Merit Certificate Chinese as a Second Language Advanced 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematics - Semester 1, The Art Prize, Year 11 Merit Certificate Art 1/2 - Semester 2, Merit Certificate English as an Additional Language 1/2 Semester 2, Merit Certificate Mathematical Methods 1/2 - Semester 2. SPORTS: Year 6 APS Sport - Badminton, APS Sport - Basketball, Year 7 7C Soccer, Year 7C3 Tennis, Year 8 Middle School Cross Country Squad, Year 8D Tennis, Year 9 9C Soccer, Year 9/10B Badminton, Year 10 10B Soccer,, Year 9/10 Red Badminton, Year 11 Open Badminton, Soccer - Sixth XI, GRAMMARIAN 2019

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STAFF OF 2019

STAFF AND COUNCIL GOVERNORS OF THE BRIGHTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

Members of Council Sub-Committee

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 7–8)

Head of Dixon House

A.J. Lynch

T. Hopgood

Dip.Ed. (Melb.), B.App.Sci. (Human Movement)

D.G.T. Cameron G.A. Thomson

G. Hipwell

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

(Risk and Governance), LL.B. (Hons.), BA. (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

C. Taylor

(Property), B App. Sci. CM

M.E. Campigli

Director of Co-Curriculum (Years 7–12)

P.J. Collins

C. Neeson

(Finance), B.Comm, FCA

B.Comm, Grad. Cert. (Mgmt), GAICD

Prof. M.Hook

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

N. Horton

A.M., B.A. Dip. Ed., F.A.C.E., F.A.C.E.L.

Rev’d Canon J Joustra

B.A., Cert.Woven Textiles, M.Arts (Fine Arts) (until 30/04/19)

T. P. Marshall

B.Ed, B.A (Hist), MSportMgt, M.A.C.E (from 23/07/19)

M. Reid

B.Eco (Mon)

P. Scott

B.Comm., ACA, ACIS

Head of Rofe House D. Rodwell

B. Ed (Secondary), B. Sci. (Chemistry)

Head of School House M. Forbes

B.A (Literature/History), Grad.Dip (Teaching).

I.D. Paroissien

Director of Music (ELC–VCE)

M. Psych., B.Ed. (Melb.), B. App. Sc (R.M.I.T.), Grad. Dip. Adol. & Ch.Psych. (Melb.), M.A.P.S.

(Strategy), B.Com.

Council Secretary B. Bus. (Accounting), MBA, CPA, CSA, GAICD

B.A., Dip.Ed., M.Ed. (Melb)

J. Furtado

B.Ed.(Perth), Cert.ll Mus. Th (Semester 1)

K. Abell

BA (Mus Ind), Grad Cert Vis & Perf Arts, Grad Dip Ed (Sec), Postgrad Dip Ed (MusEd), M.A.C.E (Semester 2)

Director of Sport (Years 7–12)

Head of House (Years 7–8) K. V. White

M.Teach (Melb), Dip.Ed (Secondary) (Melb), B.Bus & Psych. (Term 3 and 4)

Head of House (Years 7–8) N. Clark

Director of Rowing

Head of House (Years 7–8)

B.Ed, B.A (Hist), MSportMgt, M.A.C.E

SECONDARY SCHOOL

P.B. Furey

T. P. Marshall

B Ex Sci., Dip. Ed (Secondary). (Term 1 and 2)

Deputy Headmaster, Head of Secondary School

R. Bartlett

B.AppSc., B.Ed.

S.A. Davies

Dr R.E. Horton

Director of Service

Head of VCE Programs

B. Sc (Hons)., Grad Dip.Ed. (Sec)., PhD.

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 11–12) D.J. Liddle

B.A., Dip.Ed., B.Ed., Grad.Cert.M.M.E (Melb.) M.A.C.E

Deputy Head of Secondary School (Years 9–10) P. Shepard

M.Ed, B.Teach (Primary/Secondary), B.Bus (Sports Mgt)

S. Lewis

B. Visual Arts, B. Teach.

Senior Chaplain The Revd. A. Poole

B.Theo., Assoc.Dip.App.Sc. (Maths), Dip.Ed.

Head of Armstrong House

B.Ed

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) (Term 1, 2 and 4)

K. Rose

L. Stewart

B.Ed. M.Bioethics, Grad.Dip.IP.Law (Term 2-4)

B. App.Sc.(Human Mvt), Postgrad B.Teach (Primary and Secondary) (Term 3)

M. Steed

Careers Counsellor

B. Sci., M Teach (Sec) (Term 1)

Head of Crowther House B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed., M.A. (Mon.)

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B.Sci. (Hons), B.Teach (Hons), M.Psych (Bus)

Head of House (Years 7–8)

(Foundation), B.Bus (Dist), Grad.Dip.App Fin

M.A. Sainsbery GRAMMARIAN 2019

M. Adem

B.A (Philosophy and Politics), B.Teach (Secondary), B. App.Sci. (Human Movement)

R. P. Featherston

J. Hey

Head of Hancock House

M. Power

A. Banfield

B.Eco (Hons), FIPAA, FAICD (until 26/11/19)

B.App.Sc. (I.T.), Dip.Ed. (Sec)

(Finance), B.Bus. (Accounting), C.A.

Headmaster

N. Edwards

M.Teach (Secondary) (Melb.), B. Science (Melb.)

T Erridge

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL

B.Comm (Melb) (until 30/04/19)

P.L. Sanders

Director of Operations (Years 7–12)

MBA, B.Bus, FCA, FCPA, MAICD

S. Dimer

Director of Curriculum and Assessment (ELC–VCE)

(Property)

M. Arceri

MA (Mod. History) (Oxford)

B.Ed., M.Ed.

B.M. White

Dr. S. Keele

B.A.(Melb), Postgrad Dip Psych.(Melb)., D Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist


Head of Learning Strategies (Years 7–12)

Mathematics Coordinator (Years 10–12)

PE Coordinator (Years 7–10)

Head of Japanese (Years 7–12)

B. Swann

M. McLellan

J. Gerstman

M. Faulkner

Head of Student Leadership, Years 7–12

Mathematics Coordinator (Years 7–9)

C. G. Machar

K. V. White

B.A. (Psych Hons) N.D. Dip Ac., Grad Dip Teach & Learn

B.Teach (Primary and Secondary), B.Arts

International Student Liaison Officer M.M. Lynch

B. Sci. (Mathematics), B.Ed. (Secondary) (Deakin), B. Sci./Eng. (Mon.)

M.Teach (Melb), Dip.Ed (Secondary) (Melb), B.Bus & Psych. (Term 3 and 4)

Head of ICT (Years 7–12)

OAM, T.I.T.C., Dip. TESOL

C. Taylor

Head of Psychological Services, School Psychologist

SCIENCE FACULTY

O.A. Tims

B.App.Sc. (I.T.), Dip.Ed. (Sec)

B. Ed.

Head of Elective PE (Years 7–10) B.M. White

Dip.Ed. (Melb.), B.App.Sci. (Human Movement)

HUMANITIES FACULTY Head of Humanities Faculty / Head of Politics and International Studies (Years 9–12)

BA, PGradDipEd (Secondary), PGradDipJapLang, PGradCertEd (Literacy), GradCertEd(CLIL)

Head of Latin (Years 7–12) G. K.Csaszar

B.Sc (Melb), M Teach (Melb), Grad Cert Arts (Classical Languages)

CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS FACULTY

Y. Radas

Head of Creative and Performing Arts Faculty, Head of Woodwork Design and Technology (Years 9–12)

BB Sc., Grad, Dip. Ed. Psych. (Mon.), M.A.P.S., Registered Psychologist

Head of Science Faculty

Dip. Multimedia., Grad. Dip. Ed. (Sec).

S. Maaser

School Psychologists

B.Sci (Hons), Grad Dip (Secondary)

M.W. Green

N. Tham

Head of Accounting & Commerce (Years 9–12)

Science Coordinator (Years 7–10)

S.J. Kessler

Head of Art (Years 9–12)

M. Psych. (Clinical), B. Beh. Sci (Hons Pysch), Registered Psychologist

D. Wolff

B.A., Psych.Soc.Sci. (Hons), M.Psych., M.Human Nutrition, Registered Psychologist

Head of Library (Acting) L. Tabone

B.A.Dip.Ed. (Secondary), Grad. Cert. (TESOL), M Ed. (TL)

ENGLISH FACULTY Head of English Faculty, English Coordinator (Years 11–12) P. Pidduck

Dip. Ed., BA (Hons) Eng. and Rel. Lit.

English Coordinator (Years 9–10) K.L. Counihan B.A., Dip.Ed. (Melb)

English Coordinator (Years 7–8) L. Piva B. Ed.

Head of EAL J. Ellis

B.A., Dip.Ed. (Mon.) (Term 1,3,4)

E. Andrews

B. Arts (Hon), Grad Cert TESOL (Term 2)

MATHEMATICS FACULTY

B. Elliott

B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Bus. (HRD (Deakin), Grad. Dip.Ed., Dip.Bus. (PA)

Head of Chemistry (Years 11–12)

Head of Economics, Financial Literacy and Legal Studies (Years 10–12)

B. Sci., Grad. Dip. Ed., M. Teach. (Sec)

P.L. Sanders

M.Teach (Secondary) (Melb.), B. Science (Melb.)

Head of Biology (Years 10–12) C. Major

B.Sci (Hons), Grad Dip (Secondary)

Head of Physics (Years 10–12) M. Steed

B. Sci., M Teach (Sec)

Head of Psychology (Year 12) M. Adem

B.Sci. (Hons), B.Teach (Hons), M.Psych (Bus)

Head of Psychology (Year 11) A. Atchison

Assoc.DegL, B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Ed

Head of Business Management (Years 11–12) O. Dutton-Schwietert

B.Comm (Marketing), B.Int Stud (Sociology), M.Teach (Secondary)

Head of Geography (Years 9–12) J. Harrod B.A, M.Teach

Head of History (Years 9–12) M.A. Sainsbery

B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed., M.A. (Mon.)

Head of Humanities (Years 7–8)

B. App Sc. (Human Mvt)-Psychology/Sport, Dip.Ed. (Secondary) PE/Psychology

R. Hanley

PE, HEALTH, WELLBEING AND RE FACULTY

LANGUAGES FACULTY

Head of PE, Health, Wellbeing and RE Faculty P. E. Whitehead

B.A. (Hons.), PGCE (Cardiff)

Head of Mathematics and ICT Faculty

Head of Health and Wellbeing (Years 7–12)

B. Humberstone

A. Wigg

B.Sc (Hons), Grad. Dip. Ed.

S. Bryant

B. Ed.

B.A. (Hist., Ancient Hist.), Grad.Dip.Ed.

Head of Languages Faculty, Head of French (Years 7–12) K. Costé

Dip.T.T. (S.C.V. Hawth.)

S. J. Emmett

B.Visual Arts, Dip. Ed. (Secondary) (Mon.)

Head of Creative Art, Design and Technology (Years 7–8) J. Watson

BA, Dip. Teach. (Secondary) (University of Auckland)

Head of Drama Curriculum (Years 7–12), Head of School Productions (Years 7–12) M. Kent

B Arts., Dip.Ed (Secondary)

Head of Music Curriculum (Years 7–12) F. Walker

B.A./B.Mus. (Hons Perf), M.Teach

Head of VCD (Years 9–12) M.L. Wardell

B.Ed.(Visual Arts), (Melb.)

MUSIC STAFF Head of Choral (ELC–VCE) J. Furtado

B.Ed.(Perth), Cert.ll Mus. Th

Head of Instrumental Music (Years 3–12) K Abell

BA (Hons. Applied Modern Languages) (Thames Valley University), PGCE Modern Languages, Cert.Ed. (Goldsmiths University London)

BA (Mus Ind), Grad Cert Vis & Perf Arts, Grad Dip Ed (Sec), Postgrad Dip Ed (MusEd), MACE

Head of Chinese (Years 7–12)

A. Beamont

H.N. Ting

Head of Strings BMus(Hons) Music, PGCE Primary Music

B.A. (Hons.) (Chinese), (U. Adelaide), B. Sci.

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STAFF OF 2019 Head of Band L. McAlister

B.Music, B.Sec.Ed (Hons)

General Staff H. Brown

B.Music (Hons) (Term 2–4)

M. Guerrini

W. Van der Vis

B. Mus. (Conducting), Dip. Sec. Teach., B.Sci. (Hons)

N. Xu

M.Mus.Perf., Grad.Dip.Music, B.Comm/B.A. (Melb)

ACADEMIC STAFF

Dip Contemp Music, M Classical Saxophone, M Jazz

E. Andrews

A.D.B. Kerr

R. Ashcroft

B.Mus., Dip.Ed. (Melb.)

I. Mouskovias

Assoc. Dip. Perform. (Distinct), Lic.Dip. Acc., Assoc.Teach.Dip (Term 1)

J. Schweitzer B.Mus.(Perf.)

Visiting Music staff T. Ashley

Dip.Arts/Music (VCA), Grad. Dip. Drama in Ed. (Melb.)

S. Carter

B.Mus. (Hons)

M. Garrod

B. Arts (Hon)., Grad Cert TESOL B.Bus / B.H Mgt / Grad Dip Ed (Secondary)

R. Barnett

B.A., Grad.Dip.Ed.

A.L.S. Beguin

Grad. Dip. (Secondary) (Mon.)

L. Chen

T. Morehouse

B Human Sci., M. Teach. (Secondary).

S. Nagayama

B.A. (Eng. Lit.), Dip. Teach. (Second Lang.), Grad .Dip. Ed. (Lang.Teach.).

D.P. Nixon

B.A. (Hons.), Dip.Ed.

R.E. Plozza

B. Ed (Melb), M. Ed (Literacy)

Y. Radas

Dip. Multimedia., Grad. Dip. Ed. (Sec).

K. Sabaratnam

B. Arts (Eco & Int’l Politics), M.Teach (Secondary)

B Sc Physiotherapy, Grad Dip (Ed)

B.A. (French & Italian) (Melb), Grad.Dip.Ed. (French & TESOL)

K. Vidotto

B. Contemporary Arts, Grad Dip Ed (Secondary) (Semester 2)

J. Dawson

N. Weymouth

R. Dempsey

A. Wilkes

B. Duckham

M. Wilson

B.Mus Perf (Orchestral), B.Mus (Hons). M.Mus Perf

G. Hartman-Smith

W. Yan

L. Kennedy

A. Hayes

Z. Zekirija

B.Mus. (Hons), Dip.Ed (Sec. Music)

H. Hardy

B.Mus. (Hons), Grad.Dip.Arts

C. Heald

B.Mus., M.Mus

T. Hindley

B.Mus, Post Grad Dip (Violoncello)

E. Newham B.Mus.

T. Oskolkov

Dip.Ed., B.Mus. (Perf.) Violin)

G. Ostenfeld B.Mus Perf

E. Rae

B.Mus./BVA, B.Mus. (Hons)

K. Ray

B.Arts, B.VisArts, M.Teach (Secondary) B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Melb) H.D.E. Secondary (Edgewood College) B. App. Sci., Grad. Dip. Ed. (Sec) B. Arts., Dip. Ed., B. Spec. Ed., Grad. Dip. (Jap)., M. Ed., Dip. Screen Prod., Grad. Cert TESOL

R. Hayward

B. Arts., M. Teach. (Sec). (Term 3 and 4)

B. Fine Arts (Hons.), M.Ed. B. Chem. Eng., MBA (Dist), M. Teach. B. Ed.

B.Advert., M.Bus., M.Acctg., Grad.Dip.Ed. B. Sp. Sci., M. Teach. (Sec). (Term 3 and 4)

JUNIOR SCHOOL

J. Hollingsworth

Deputy Headmaster / Head of Junior School

B. Jones

P. Tellefson

B. Sci., B. Ed.

B.Sci, M.Teach. (Secondary)

A. Keane

D.W. Bryan

N. Sartori

S. Lewis

Junior School Chaplain

Z. Suckling

N. Lloyd

T. Tan

A. MacDonald

N. Tsiavos

C.J. McIntosh

B.Mus (Hons)

B.Mus (Hons), M.Mus Perf Double Bass/Bass Guitar

M. Webb

B.Mus Perf (Hons)

B. Eco.

B. Sci (Hons). Post Grad Ed (Maths) B.Ed., Grad. Dip. Ed., TPTC, TSTC.

A. Mewett B.A.(Ed).

J. Moore B. App. Sci.

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B. Ed. (Primary), Post Grad. Cert. Curriculum Leadership

P.V. Gurry

Upper Primary Coordinator L. Fensling

B. Teach (Primary) Hons., B. Finance

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.)

JS Music Coordinator H. Blakiston

B.Mus./B. Teach. (Melb)

Sports Coordinator (Junior School) G. Garland B. Phys Ed

Student Wellbeing Coordinator M. V. Le Couteur

Dip.Teach., B.Ed., M.Ed. (Student Wellbeing)

B.Ed

A. Ladas

B. Visual Arts, B. Teach.

S. Madden

Deputy Head of Junior School

H. Ridgway

B.Mus., Grad.Dip.

Lower Primary Coordinator

Coaching Cluster Coordinators

P.Grad.Cert.Ed. (Secondary Mathematics), B.Eng B.Eng. (Civil) (Hons), Grad.Dip.Ed.

BBehavSc (Psy), GradDipEd (Primary)

M.Ed., Grad. Dip. (Religious Ed), Dip. Prim. Teach (ACU)

Dip.Music B.Mus., Grad.Dip.Music and Dance,

B.Brickhill

B. Ed (ACU)

J.Taillandier

C. Dale

Instructional Coach, JS

L. Stewart

D. C. Cook B.Sci, Dip.Ed, M.Ed St (Term 1 and 4)

M.Ed. (Melb.), B. Ecs., Post Grad. Dip. Special Ed.

Middle Primary Coordinator

B. Sci., M. Teach. (Sec). (Term 3 and 4)

Post Grad .Dip.Ed. (Secondary)

D. Cugley

A.J. Barrow

Z. Schaffner

B.App.Sc.(Human Mvt), Postgrad B.Teach (Primary & Secondary)

B.Ed.

Director of Early Learning Centre

B.Ed. Dip.Teach. (V.C.)

The Rev’d C.S. Lord B.A., Dip. Theo. HDE

Director of Teaching & Learning (Junior School) J.C. Davies B.Ed. (Primary)

H. Leahy M. Stephens

B.Bus., Grad.Dip.Ed.

C.C. van Dijk

H. Dip. Ed., (SA) J.C.E.

Academic Staff M. Barker

B. Ed (Primary)

R. Bater

B. Sci (Hons), Post Grad Cert Ed (Primary)

A. Beamont

B.Mus(Hons) Music, PGCE Primary Music

C. Box

B.Bus., ACA, Grad.Dip.Ed.


L. Chen

S. Ellich

R. Dyer V. Fisher

M. Gibbs

A. J. Foulds

Dip. Teach (Early Childhood) (Melb)

W.A. Gibney

B.E.C.S. (Melb)

Post Grad .Dip.Ed. (Secondary)

B. Ed. (Primary) (Hons) (Melb) B.Ed., Dip.Ed

Dip.Teach. Grad. O. Ed. (Mon)

L. Hall

Grad. Dip. Ed (Primary), B.A., Dip. Ed. (Secondary) (Mon.)

S.J. Kuring

B. Teach (Primary), B AppSc (Hum.Mvt.) (Melb.)

S.R. Lewis

Dip. T., Grad. Dip. Sports Sci

J.N. Lowe M.Sp.Ed

Cert. III Childrens’ Services B. Ed. (Early Childhood Teaching) (Term 1)

F. A. Jones J.A. Kenny

Director of Human Resources

N. Magliano M. Manaras

M. Martin

K. McCormick

J. M. Phillips

Dip. Child Services B. Teach & Learn

A. McLennan

Dip Child Services

E. Beaton

J. Petley B.E. Rahn

Deputy Headmaster / Head of the Crowther Centre (ELC-VCE)

B.A. (N.V.Z.C.), Dip.Ed. (Mon.)

J. Stenniken

M. Teach (Primary), B. Bus. S.P. Straford, B.Ed., Grad. Dip. Children.. Servs., Cert IV TESOL

P. Strain

M. Teach (ACU)

S. Straford

B.Ed., Grad. Dip. Children.. Servs., Cert IV TESOL

J. Taylor

Grad Dip Ed (Primary), M. Edu. Psych., Grad. Dip. Psych, BA App Sci (Psych)

S.J. Thompson

Dip. Teach., Grad. Dip. Ed. Tech., M.Ed. (Mon.)

E. Recchia

B.Ed. (V.C.)

Y. Sainsbery

Director of Advancement

Director of Marketing and Communications (Acting)

CROWTHER CENTRE

M.Ed. (TESOL)

B.Soc.Sci., M.Org.Psych.

B. Ed, Dip Early Child Ed, (Semester 1)

C.A. Marks

C.L. Rossiter

B. Bus. (Accounting), MBA, CPA, CSA, GAICD

K. Pitt

B.Arts, Grad Dip Ed (Early Childhood) (Semester 2)

B.Ed., Dip. Teach.

Chief Operating Officer M. Arceri

A. Main B.Ed

PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT STAFF

Dr. R. Swann

BA, Dip. Ed, MEd (Melb), PhD

Director of Staff Development (ELC-VCE) M. Dowley

B. Ed. (Phys. Ed.), M. Ed. Policy Intl, PostGrad. Cert. Ed. Research

B. Ed. (Primary) Uni of Sydney (Sem 2)

Director of ICT S. Maher

Adv Dip. Info Systems, Interwoven Certified Engineer

Manager Finance & Administration N. Baker

B.Comm., CA (Term 1–3)

Business Manager A Biggin

School Marshal

A. Barlow

Sport Administration Coordinator

J. Bryar

Gardener (from 23/04/19)

L. Bullock

PA to Deputy Headmaster/Head of Junior School/Director of Admissions

M. Coulton

SS Maintenance Officer

R. Czekajlo

MS Maintenance Officer

M. Darkin

Development Office Administrator (until 11/02/19)

R. Darling

Admissions Coordinator, B. Arts (Hons)

P. Deshmukh

Developer, .Net/SQL Developer (until 23/08/19)

R. Dixit

Developer, B.Comp.Sci., M.Comp App., .Net/SQL

R. Donnan

Sen. Graphic Designer, Adv. Dip Design

J. Ellwood

Administration Assistant

M. Fisher

Editorial Coordinator

S. Forsyth

B. Bus. Info. Sys. (Term 1–3)

Human Resources Manager, M. Bus (Indust. Rel./ HR Mgt)

N. Baker

H. Galloway

Instructional Coaches

B.Comm, CA (Term 4)

A. Atchison

Alumni and Community Relations Manager

P.B. Furey

K. Birrell

B. App Sc. (Human Mvt)-Psychology/Sport, Dip.Ed. (Secondary) PE/Psychology

J. Bain

Advancement Manager

R. Ghanem

Human Resources Coordinator, B.Acctg (Hons), B, Bus.(HR Mgt) (Dist),

J. Hall

M. Psych., B.Ed. (Melb.), B. App. Sc (R.M.I.T.), Grad. Dip. Adol. & Ch .Psych. (Melb.), M.A.P.S.

B. Comm (Marketing, Intl Business, HR)

Accounts Officer Compliance Coordinator

R. Hanley

Head of Outdoor Education D Gemmell

B.A. (Hist., Ancient Hist.), Grad.Dip.Ed.

M. Hall

M. Harrison

Horticulturalist (from 27/05/19)

A. Keane

B.A., B.Ed. (Queens University Canada)

P.Grad.Cert.Ed. (Secondary Mathematics), B.Eng

B.A (Outdoor Ed & Admin / Christian Ministry), MSc (Outdoor Ed), Dip. Outdoor Rec.

D.A. Turner

R.E. Plozza

Marketing and Communications Manager

S. Henderson

N. Dodanwela

S.Hibbs

B.Sc. (Phys.Ed.), (Mid. Tenn. State), T.P.A.A.

S. Turek

Dip. T., Grad. Dip. O .Ed. (Mon.), Grad .Dip. Ed. Admin. (Melb.)

ELC Staff C. Clarke

B.Ed. (Hons.), Early Childhood Ed., MA (Education)

M.A. Coyne K. Crowley K. Davy

Dip. Early Ch Ed., B. Ed. (Term 3 & 4)

E. Dendrinos Dip. Child. Serv.

B. Ed (Melb), M. Ed (Literacy)

Associate Researcher Dr. S. Keele

B.A.(Melb), Postgrad Dip Psych.(Melb)., D Psych (Melb). MAPS, Registered Psychologist

Crowther Centre Manager S. Van Langenberg (Semester 1)

C. Harrington (Semester 2)

Grad Dip Edit. & Publish., B.A/ B. Urban Design (Sem 1)

Staff B. Andrighetto

Head Groundsman (from 23/04/19)

D. Ariantono

JS Maintenance Officer

T. Athipar

B.Eng.(Electrical & Electronic) (Hons), Head of Management Information Systems

G. Hayes

Secondary School Receptionist Student Health Officer, Dip.Occ.H&S, RN, Div.2 Secondary School Receptionist

J. Hilditch

Program Coordinator Outdoor Education (until 31/07/19), Indigenous & Cultural Development Coordinator (from 01/08/19), Dip. Outdoor Rec. ,

K. Hill

Secondary School Receptionist, B. Sci (Speech)., Grad. Dip. (Audio)

L. Hume-Twining

Librarian, B.A (Hons), Grad Dip Teach (Secondary) (from 30/10/19)

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STAFF OF 2019 E. Ianuali

Development Office Manager, B. Bus (Admin) (from 7/10/19)

L. McGeachin

PA to the Deputy Headmaster / Head of Secondary School

F.M.P. Kerr

D. W. McKelvie

O. Kerr

Payroll & Financial Accounts Coordinator Operations Coordinator, B Arts, Grad Cert (HR), Dip Ed (from 16/05/19)

A. Khirodkar

.NET Developer, B Comp Sci & Engineering (from 21/10/19)

Y. Lam

Laboratory Technician

A. Le

Digital Marketing & Social Media Coordinator

A. Lee

Laboratory Technician, PhD (Chem. Eng.)

N. Lovett-Murray

Indigenous Mentor (from 23/04/19)

M. Lyons

Share Program Coordinator (from 4/10/19)

C. O’Hara

R. Silva

N. O’Malley

C. Smith

Student Medical Officer, B. Sci (Nurs)

Librarian, B Sec Ed (Library Science)

Maintenance Manager

Assistant Head of Outdoor Education, B.A., Grad.Dip.Outdoor Ed.

Systems Analyst Music Department, B.Sci (Hons)

S. McPhee

E. Parry

A.N. Thorn

J. Parsons

P.D. Toms

Director of Coaching, Grad Cert High Perf Coaching

I. Miller

Head of Strength & Conditioning, B Exercise & Sport Sci (Hons), M S&C

A.S. Mitchell

High Performance Rowing Coach (until 18/06/19)

M. Morton

Personal Assistant / VCE Administration Coordinator

J. Murray

Program Coordinator Outdoor Education, Cert IV Outdoor Rec,

J.P. Nurton

Laboratory Manager, M.Sci.

Accounts Officer (Terms 1–3), B. Arts. Secondary School Receptionist

E. Paterson

Halls Manager

Bequests Manager, BA, B.Ed., Cert. Ed. (ATTI)

Librarian (Terms 1–3), MAppSc. (Lib. Info Mgt),

J. Wang

D. Picar

C. West

Grounds Support (from 23/04/19)

D. Rowland

Long Day Study Supervisor

E. Saccutelli

Executive Assistant to the Headmaster Grad. Dip.Bus

S. Sher

Accounts Officer (Term 4) Program Coordinator Outdoor Education, B. Out. Ed.

G. Williams

Junior School Receptionist

A. Willis

Music Administrator (from 6/2/19), B Com (Mgmt)

Secondary School Receptionist

MELIORA SEQUAMUR LET US KEEP ON PURSUING BETTER THINGS

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STAFF FAREWELLS As at 1 December 2019

Emma Andrews

Rania Ghanem

Lauren Murphy

Jamie Bennell

Loren Giorgetta

Joel Parsons

Allison Biggin

Suzanne Grayson

Liz Paterson

Shannon Booth

Andrea Hayes

Kathy Pitt

Hayley Bunting

Briony Jones

Tony Poole

Monique Darkin

Jess Kenny

David Rowland

Jaimi Dawson

Simone Lewis

Peter Shepard

Ruth Dempsey

Christine Marks

Eslyn Shutie

Pallavi Deshmukh

Matt McLellan

Nancy Ting

Nicci Dodanwela

Adrienne Mewett

David Turner

Steve Emmett

Sandy Mitchell

Suranie Van Langenberg

Linda Flynn

Isaac Mouskovias

Teacher (EAL) 2018-2019

Indigenous Mentor 2018-2019 Business Manager 2018-2019 ELC Assistant, Contract 2019 Teacher (English) 2013-2019

Development Office Administrator 2015-2019 Teacher (CDT & English), Contract 2019 Teacher (Science) 2016-2019 .NET SQL Developer 2017-2019

Marketing & Communications Manager 2017-2019 Teacher (Art) 2003-2019

Teacher (Maths), Contract 2019

HR Coordinator 2017-2019

Teacher (English & Drama), Contract 2019 Teacher (EAL), Contract 2019 Teacher (English) 2013-2019 Teacher (Science) 2019 ELC Teacher 2003-2019

Teacher (Art) / Director of Service 2012-2019 Junior School Teacher 2000-2019 Teacher (Maths) 2009-2019

Teacher (Drama/English) 2016-2019 Rowing 2011-2019

UC Librarian 2016-2019

Teacher (Science) 2018-2019 Librarian, Contract 2019 ELC Teacher 2011-2019 Senior Chaplain 2013-2019 Long Day Study Supervisor, Contract 2019 Deputy Head of SS/PE Teacher 2015-2019 Teacher (Science), Contract 2019 Teacher (Chinese) 2009-2019 JS Teacher 1999-2019

Crowther Centre Manager 2017-2019

Music Tutor (Piano/Accompanist) 2017-2019

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SCIENCE, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY IN THE JUNIOR SCHOOL

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