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College Newsletter Week 8 Term 2 Friday 20 June 2014

Today’s boys...tomorrow’s gentlemen CBC Fremantle Newsletter | Week 8 Term 2


Front page: Celebrating NAIDOC Week, Mr Neville Collard assists in handing out the jackets to the boys who will be travelling to

From the Principal

the remote communities of Kirirrkurra and

Aboriginal Reconciliation and CBC

between Aboriginal people and the wider

Parnngurr during the holidays

In 2014, the official celebration of

Australian community. A special guest

NAIDOC Week will take place between 6 to 13 July across the country. It provides the opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and our society. Because that week falls during the school holidays in WA, our College has elected to provide an

at our assembly was Mr Neville Collard who spoke about the local history of Aboriginal people. Mr Collard returned to the College today to conduct a programme for all Year 7 students where they were engaged with local Noongar elders on topics as diverse as stone axe making, Aboriginal art and the stolen generation. The coming days will also

early acknowledgement.

include reciprocal visits between our

On Monday we conducted our NAIDOC

Aboriginal College.

CBC Fremantle

assembly and sought to focus the

51 Ellen Street

attention of all students and staff on our

Fremantle WA 6160

obligation to promote social cohesion

students and some of those from Clontarf

Perhaps our most ambitious attempt to promote reconciliation begins next week

T 08 9336 2700 E enquiries@cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au www.cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au

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“At CBC Fremantle we seek to be a community which is inclusive and in which all members are reconciled with each other.�

when two separate groups of senior

is not always evident in our broader

and reflects the EREA touchstone of

students commence a period of time with

society. Many people lack the will or the

Justice and Solidarity.

the Kiwirrkurra and Parnngurr Aboriginal

confidence to believe that meaningful

Communities in the Kimberleys. We wish

reconciliation with the original inhabitants

Mr Shaun Kenny

these boys and the accompanying staff

of this land is achievable. I thank you as

Principal

a most educative experience and look

always for the support you offer in each of

forward to the benefits of their learning

your homes in advocating a contrary view.

on their return. It is hoped that the modelling which is At CBC Fremantle we seek to be a

provided by our school community and

community which is inclusive and in

in your homes may offer inspiration and

which all members are reconciled with

suggest possibilities for society in general.

each other. Everyone is welcome to be

It is further hoped that the individual and

a part of our school and, within this

specific experiences of our boys while

environment, our boys are taught that

at school will inspire them to be positive

difference is something to be respected

agents for change. This is critical work in

and celebrated. Unfortunately, this

ensuring that our College fully embraces

CBC Fremantle Newsletter | Week 8 Term 2


In the Newsroom this week You can keep up to date with CBC Fremantle news by subscribing to the Newsroom RSS feed. Visit the College website at www.cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au and click on the Newsroom under Quick Links on the left hand side.

16 June 2014

NAIDOC Week NAIDOC Week at CBC Fremantle started with a special assembly with special guest, Noongar elder, Mr Neville Collard, and continued with activities throughout the week designed to highlight the culture, history and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Read more...

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Calendar Week 9 Term 2 2014

College Information CBC City to Surf It’s time to start training for the Chevron City to Surf, which is on 31 August. Join in a training schedule with members of your CBC community to encourage your commitment

Monday 23 June ICT Week Tuesday 24 June Years 11/12 P&L Parliament Year 8 Rugby Carnival Year 9 Youth Lit Day

to this fantastic event and raise your fitness level.

Wednesday 25 June Year 10 Rugby Carnival

Beginners training group: Tuesday and Thursday at 4.40pm

Thursday 26 June Mass 8.15am (Rice 5, 6 & 7) Hockey Challenge Year 10 Youth Lit Day

All levels: Wednesday 5.30am, Friday 5.15am and Sunday 6.30am Everyone welcome! All enquiries can be directed to Sally Northeast at sallyn@cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au.

Year 9 Rite Journey

Friday 27 June House Athletics Carnival AEP Maths & English Mining Expo Excursion Years 11/12 Youth Lit Day

Mr Hunter’s Rite Journey class are challenging themselves to try and collect clothes and items that may be needed for the homeless in Fremantle this upcoming winter. If you have any unwanted clothes, or anything that would be of use, it will be greatly appreciated. We are hoping to get as many items as we can to help the wider community, some items may include, jackets, jumpers or any warm material, socks, shoes, sleeping bags, swags, old shirts and beanies would be greatly appreciated.

Put these dates in your diary... 1, 2 and 3 July Lord of the Flies College Drama production Tickets on sale now www.cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au

By doing one selfless act, it could change someone’s life or even save it. There will be some boys who will come around each Mentor to collect items or if you want to hand them into the PE Office there will be boxes available.

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Ross Meadow Hockey Cup

On Friday, CBC Fremantle’s Junior

winners of the two other pools.

to progress to the final on goal difference.

Hockey team narrowly missed the

Their first game in this Super Match group

The CBC Fremantle team controlled most

Ross Meadow Cup final by only

was against hockey specialist school,

of the 20 minute game but could not get

one goal.

Como Senior High. In the 20 minute game

any clear shots on goal because the JTC

the team shared about 50 percent of the

team flooded all 11 players back in to

Led by Captains Henry Rogerson

play, but lost 2-0. The second goal, which

their defensive 25. At the end of fulltime

and Harry Golding, the team went

later proved to be very costly, was scored

the score was locked at 0-0 which meant

undefeated in their three pool

with only five seconds to go in the match.

JTC progressed to the final to play the

games, beating Bunbury Cathedral

eventual winners, Como.

Grammar 3-nil, St Mark’s 1-0 and

CBC’s second game in the Super Match

Melville Senior High School 4-0.

group quickly became an outright semi-

CBC’s team was a mixture of Years 7 to

final as Como Senior High beat John XXIII

9 students with experienced players Nic

After the pool round the team

College in the other game by one goal.

De Luca, Harry Golding, Finlay Martin,

moved into the second phase of the

This meant that CBC Fremantle needed to

Henry Rogerson and Tom Moulin leading

carnival where they played the other

beat JTC as a draw would not allow them

by example all day. Golding’s outstanding

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Ross Meadow Cup Year 7-9 Team – Friday 13th June NAME

POSITION

YEAR

Tom Moulin

Goalkeeper

Year 9

Nicholas De Luca

Defender

Year 9

Alex Winner

Defender

Year 8

Finlay Martin

Half back

Year 9

Henry Rogerson

Half back

Year 9

Josh Hardbottle

Half back

Year 8

Harry Golding

Midfield

Year 9

Mitchell Pace

Striker

Year 8

and organisers and he received the Trent

Jacob Hosking

Striker

Year 9

Mitton medal for Best Player at the

Bradley Dowie

Midfield

Year 7

carnival.

Daniel Page

Striker

Year 7

Liam Page

Midfield

Year 7

Tim Bockman

Striker

Year 8

Jasper Miller

Halfback/Wing

Year 7

Dylan Mulcahy

Midfielder

Year 7

Ari Brierley Figueiredo

Halfback

Year 8

Indy Greget O’Dea

Wing/Halfback

Year 7

Shaun Ferreira

Wing

Year 8

Tom Richards

Wing

Year 7

talent was recognised by the umpires

Ms Shayni Nelson Hockey Coach

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Year 8/9 v Kelmscott

Sport Fixtures Week 8 Term 2 Team

Day / Time

Venue

Year 8 Rugby Carnival

Wednesday 8am - 3.15pm

McGillivray Oval, Mt Claremont

1st XVIII Football

Wednesday 4.00pm - 5.30pm

East Fremantle Oval

Year 10 Rugby Carnival

Thursday 8am - 3.15pm

McGillivray Oval, Mt Claremont

Senior Hockey Carnival

Thursday 8.30am - 3.15pm

State Hockey Centre, Bentley

Athletics Carnival

Friday 8am - 3.30pm

State Athletics Centre

Year 7 Football Training

Friday 3.20pm - 4.15pm

Fremantle Oval

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t h e t a C z l ub z a J Sunday 22 JUNE 2014 from 4-7pm

South Fremantle Football Club Fremantle Oval, Parry Street, Fremantle Cost $10 Adults, $5 school age children Family rate $30 (2 adults + up to 4 children) Drinks available from bar, BYO nibbles TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

Come prepared for the raffle and auction... • Crown Metropol Resort 2 night stay luxury package at the, valued at $1100 donated by Advanced Electrical Equipment Pty Ltd • West Coast HiFi voucher valued at $1000 donated by CNW Pty Ltd Electrical and Data Supplies • Wethepeople Bike valued at $600 donated by The Electrical Distributors Group All welcome, bring the whole family. All funds raised are used to support the Music programme at CBC.

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BY WILLIAM GOLDING ADAPTED BY NIGEL WILLIAMS PRODUCED BY ROSALBA JEFFREYS

1, 2 and 3 July 2014 at 7pm CBC Fremantle | Arts Learning Area Tickets $5 child/$10 adult/$20 family at www.cbcfremantle.wa.edu.au CBC Fremantle Newsletter | Week 8 Term 2


Mums raising teenage boys The Parent Auxiliary is again running the

in the development of their son’s identity

parenting teenage boys from a more

‘Mums Raising Teenage Boys” seminars

including their ability to be nurturing.

‘solo’ perspective and gives mums useful

which have been very successful for the

This in turn affects how they relate to

and supportive strategies to help them

last two years.

others, particularly to girls and women.

meet challenges more effectively.

Mums Raising Teenage Boys

The cost of each event is $10 with the

Monday 4 August, 6.30pm – 9.00pm

Mums Raising Boys In A Solo Parent Or Fly In, Fly Out Family

Cost: $10.00

Tuesday 5 August, 6.00pm – 8.30pm.

Places are limited to 25 mums per

Cost: $10.00

workshop. To secure your place,

College again supporting both evenings.

book online at the College website

However well-prepared mothers are logically, the emotional response to

When your partner is regularly away or

www.cbcfremantle.com.au. The link is

having a boy is often still, “Wow! This is

when you are a solo parent different

under Quick Links on the left hand side.

unknown territory”. It is true that for

family life challenges can result. Often

many mothers, the idea of raising a son

there are specific emotional and practical

carries its own set of worries.

difficulties to manage such as feeling

Parent Auxiliary

isolated or lonely, or not having a partner As the primary female role model in a

available to deal with discipline and other

boy’s life, mothers play an important role

parenting issues. This seminar explores

CBC Fremantle Newsletter | Week 8 Term 2


Community Notices It is the policy of CBC Fremantle to distribute information when requested regarding community activities and details about educational programmes. This does not imply that CBC endorses these activities or the information. Please provide information in an unformatted Word document to enquiries@CBCFremantle.wa.edu.au. Submissions will be accepted at the discretion of CBC Fremantle.

July Holiday WACE Revision Subject revision, high quality, small group classes with specialist WACE teachers. Enrol online to attend Rossmoyne SHS, Churchlands SHS and Perth Modern School at www.academictaskforce.com.au. Or enrol online to attend UWA or Corpus Christi College at www.academicassociates.com.au. Or call 9314 9500 or email learn@academictaskforce.com for further information.

Master Mind Australia – Academic Pathways July Revision Programme for study skills, essay writing and subject revision for all students in Years 10, 11 and 12. This revision programme aims to prepare students for Term 3 and Mock Exams. Courses will be conducted at: Christ Church Grammar School, Hale School, All Saints’ College and Willetton Senior High School Early Bird enrolment discount applies if received before 22 June, 2014. For further information on these programs contact Dr Robert Hallam at Master Mind Australia on 9486 1377 www.mastermindaustralia.com.au

Tennis coaching @ the Melville Tennis Centre School Holiday Clinics available and Term 3 lessons for kids and adults. Call Glen 0433 340 646 or email glen@poptennis.com.au www.poptennis.com.au

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What does the Universe Story teach us about community? Explore the Josephite Spiritual Homeland and discover the different pathways that give expression to the call to Religious Life. An invitation to young women and men ‌ A time of reflection, sharing, prayer and companionship. When: 5.00pm to 8.00pm Thursday 10th July 2014 Where: Mary MacKillop Center, 16 York Street, South Perth RSVP: Alma Cabassi rsj: cabassi@gmail.com, 0419 044 136 or Leonie Mayne rsj: 0437 120 337

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