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MCC Newsletter SEEK. STRIVE. ACHIEVE. EXCEL. YEAR 11 DINNER DANCE

FESTIVE COOKING

AROUND THE WORLD

Advent Last Sunday began the Season of Advent. For the Catholic Church this is the time to prepare for the coming of Jesus. It is a time to ‘clear the decks’ and open our hearts to God’s message. The commercial nature of Christmas sends a message to hurry, speed up and gather as much as we can; a countdown to be ready for the secular celebration of a holiday. Advent, on the other hand, is asking us to slow down and receive God into our hearts and lives in the form of his son, Jesus. The students have been busy preparing for Advent through the Religious Education lessons, liturgies and Masses and the invitation is always to remember the true message and focus of Christmas.

Students visited the Wheelchairs for Kids workshop this week … see page 6


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Board and Parents & Friends Annual General Meeting Last week we held the Annual General meeting for both parent groups. The Chair of the Board and President of the P&F delivered their annual reports, highlighting the achievements of both groups. On your behalf, I thank the retiring Chair of College Board, Mr Merv Moncaster, and the retiring Executive members of the P&F, Mrs Deb Head, Mrs Nicole Gill and Mrs Sarah Rodriguez for their commitment to the College. I extend congratulations to the following people who have been elected to positions on the Board and P&F for 2017: Board Chair - Mrs Maryanne Baker Board Deputy Chair - Mrs Michelle Borserio Board Members: - Ms Jacqueline Gellel - Mr Jo Lofgren - Mrs Carol Hull - Mrs Maryanne Baker - Mrs Genevieve Constantine - Mr William Morgan - Mrs Yvonne Fahey P&F President: P&F Secretary P&F Treasurer

- Mrs Tonian Abbott-Robbins - Ms Madelaine Kelly - Mrs Joanne Pustkuchen

The AGM also passed the College Fees and Charges for 2017 and you will have received this information via email last week. The schedule can also be viewed on the College Web Site at http:// web.mcc.wa.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/School-Fee-Booklet-2017-.pdf Speech and Awards Nights In this past week we have celebrated Speech and Awards for Junior and Secondary. Each are special and unique celebrations but they both share a sense of thanksgiving and recognition for student achievement and commitment. Our guest speaker for the Secondary Speech and Awards was Acting Sergeant Matthew Muletta (Class of 1996). Matthew delivered a powerful, heartfelt message to students, staff, parents and invited guests, recounting the four key moments of his life which have had profound effect on him. The passing of his father when he was in Year 8, the impact of his schooling at MCC, the centrality of his family and the passion for his job as a Police dog handler and love of the dog in his charge “Rumble”. Matthew’s words encouraged our students to push themselves, be grateful, never give in and be true to your values. Our Junior Speech and Awards celebration was a joyous event last night. The children sang beautifully and their energy and enthusiasm was, as usual, contagious. It was a fitting way to celebrate the academic year, recognise the achievement and effort of not only prize recipients but all Junior School children who have worked hard throughout the year. The incoming student leader group and Seek Justice awardee were also announced. Men of MCC Last Sunday evening the Men of MCC hosted a family movie night. Over 150 children, parents and grandparents enjoyed a lovely summer’s evening, sausage sizzle, coffee, popcorn and the movie. Congratulations to the organising committee of Men of MCC (Jerome Gallagher, Brent Bowman, Michael Gardner and Chris Archer) for this great initiative. Men of MCC is all about keeping fathers/ father figures involved in the children’s school life and supporting good fathering through using the resource of The Fathering Project. 2


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Final Weeks It is often a misconception that the final weeks of the school year are not focussed on learning. This is far from the reality. Our Year 9 students have been on their Outdoor Education camp; Year 10 students have jumped into the ‘Try a Trade’ program; Junior School students have been on learning excursions and playing in the Inter-School basketball competition; Year 7 students have undertaken their Project Based Learning program and Year 11 students returned to the College for post-examination feedback. Year 10 students undertook their Christian Service Learning Day today and will have their Dance this evening. Peer leaders for incoming Year 7, 2017 undertook their training in preparation to support the new students who spent the day with us today. More vital learning opportunities will continue right through to the last day of term. School Improvement - Cyclic Review On Monday and Tuesday the College undertook a Cyclic Review. This is a process all Catholic schools take part in to validate and receive feedback about their program to be the best possible learning environment they can be for young people. A host of students, staff and parents met with the visiting panellists to provide their input and feedback for the improvement plan we put in place every year. I thank all involved for their valuable contribution. A summary of the recommendations will be included in the Principal’s Annual Report which will be sent to you next week. Newsletter Week 9 The College Newsletter is produced fortnightly during even weeks of the term. This will be the last full newsletter of the year; however, we will produce a small news publication and Christmas focus next week to mark the end of the year. Mr Andrew Watson College Principal

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COLLEGE EXCELLENCE 2016 Speech and Awards Ceremony 14 years of schooling at Mandurah Catholic College culminated in a very proud moment for 2016 Ministry Prefect, Tayla Ward, when she was announced the recipient of the Holy Family Medal at the College’s 2016 Speech and Awards (Secondary School) Ceremony last Friday evening. Tayla (at right) began her schooling at the College in Kindergarten and was one of 12 ‘MCC 14ers’ to graduate this year. The Holy Family Medal is the most prestigious award at the College and nominees are judged on their performance throughout their Secondary schooling. The recipient must have displayed a consistent work ethic with maximum effort in all their subjects and achieving excellent results in Religious Education is essential. The medal also acknowledges involvement in at least two of the College pillars – Faith and Ministry, Cultural and Sport – and rewards community and parish involvement and positive leadership. Emma Herbert was named Dux of the College and Marshall Puzey was awarded the Proxime Accessit ATAR (second top overall performance in subjects based on predicted ATAR score). Loren DeBruin was awarded the Dux VET Program and Tyrin Collins received the Proxime Accessit VET Program award. Other General Award (Year 12) recipients were: Student Leadership Award – Grace Hutson, Nicholas Lawrence, Jasmin Rowe and Thomas Wilson Cultural Leadership Award – Bailey Bridgman-Peters Sports Leadership Award – Bree Johnson

Dux of the College, Emma Herbert, with Marshall Puzey and Loren DeBruin

Community Service Award – Beth Stalker Christian Leadership Award – Ashleigh Carlin Murdoch University MAP4U Award – Melanie Dixon and Sara Leddin Australian Super Award (Excellence in Vocational Education and Training) – Taj Williams Three students who also deserve special recognition are Darryl Teo (Year 11) who received six awards for various academic subjects, Katherine Magpily (Year 10) who received eight awards and Micaela Lazaroo (Year 9) who received six awards. 4


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Other awards and scholarships presented during the ceremony were: Academic Scholarships Year 7 - William Lambert, Year 10 - Jamie Boukaseff and Micaela Lazaroo Bella Perry Music Scholarships Year 9 - Felicity Bassett, Year 10 - Caelan Hurley and Bronte Holmes Sports Scholarships Year 7 - Will Burdon and Jenna Rubie, Year 8 - Ben Hollow, Year 10 - Kameron Bazzo and Sophie Vergone, Year 11 - Ella Sigley. Christian Leadership Award Year 7 - Jeremiah Caingcoy, Year 8 - Isaac Lowe, Year 9 - Jamie-Anne Madigan, Year 10 - Claire Ferraro. General Excellence Year 7 - India Norman, Year 8 - Ella Narido, Year 9 - Olivia Bassett-Scarfe, Year 10 - Katherine Magpily The Lina Look Award for Academic Endeavour, which recognises a student who applies themselves diligently to their studies even when results do not come easily or when circumstances have proved difficult, was awarded to Year 7 student, Christopher Chandler.

General awards and scholarships for Year 11 students were presented to: Chanel Dufall Memorial Scholarship Niamh Hurley and Alek Gurak The Catenians’ Association Christian Leadership Award - Reegan Davis Caltex All Rounder Award - Jake Wyllie Turkey Trust General Excellence Scholarship - Asha Commisso Photos by Zavier Radecker, Year 11 student 5


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COLLEGE MINISTRY Making a difference 10 students who raised the most money for the St Monica’s House Mission, Wheelchairs for Kids, were rewarded for their efforts by being given the opportunity to visit the organisation’s workshop in Perth on Monday. During the day, we were shown how the wheelchairs are made and the impact that they have on disabled children in developing countries worldwide. We were privileged enough to meet with Br Olly Pickett who told us many inspiring stories from his experience with making and delivering the wheelchairs. We also met many of the volunteers who were working extremely hard to make, test and package the wheelchairs in order for them to be sent to children who need them. The day was inspirational and being able to take part in making a wheelchair was amazing. We were shown how to assemble the wheelchair and all had a go at creating the parts which were going to be sent away. Br Olly took us on a tour of the workshop, stopping at each section and showing us how everything works and what each part was for. At the end of the day, we were shown stories of children who had received wheelchairs along with pictures of their big smiling faces. We could really see how much of an impact the volunteers at the workshop are making. The day was an emotional and inspiring experience for us all and definitely opened our eyes to the difficulties that many children face on a daily basis in developing countries, making us realise that we shouldn't take our own lives for granted.  Niamh Hurley 
 2017 St Monica’s House Prefect

Save the date - Flores fundraiser A Quiz Night to raise money for the College’s Flores Mission will be held on Friday 10 March, 2017. A team of student and staff volunteers will travel to the Indonesian island in April to continue working on various projects under the guidance of Flores Village Partners. If you wish to donate goods or services to be used as prizes at the Quiz Night please contact Mrs Donna Screaigh on 9531 9564 or screaigh.donna@cathednet.wa.edu.au

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COLLEGE LEADERSHIP The Presentation of Prefects and Changing of Colours also took place at the Speech and Awards Ceremony. The 2016 Prefects team officially handed over its roles and responsibilities to the 2017 team. The 2017 Prefects are: Head Prefects - Asha Commisso and Reegan Davis (pictured with Mr Watson); Ministry - Darryl Teo; Cultural - Devon Muller; Sport - James Fenton; Communications - Charlotte Short. House Leadership teams are: St Bernadette’s House Prefect - Georgia Griffin, Ministry Captain - Tiana Cull, Cultural Captain - Megan Connelly, Sport Captain - Michael Martley, Communications Captain - Sam Petherick. St Joseph’s House Prefect - Jake Wyllie, Ministry Captain - Jade Martin, Cultural Captain - Teylah Hore, Sport Captain - Jamie Humble, Communications Captain Lachlan Geary. St Mary’s House Prefect - Isabella Biggs, Ministry Captain - Jessica Mullins, Cultural Captain - Zoe Babitz, Sport Captain - Keiran De Sando, Communications Captain - Katie Fahey. St Monica’s House Prefect - Niamh Hurley, Ministry Captain - Matthew Ajero, Cultural Captain - Elizabeth Crook, Sport Captain - Bronagh Allison, Communications Captain - Harmony Broughton. St Patrick’s House Prefect - Alek Gurak, Ministry Captain - Callum Thomas, Cultural Captain - Henry Higgens, Sport Captain - Cassidy Pethick, Communications Captain - Dylan Ah-Tive. St Peter’s House Prefect - Maddison Atkinson, Ministry Captain - Jordan Robinson, Cultural Captain - Pearl Carter, Sport Captain - Jalen Anzellino, Communications Captain - Rhys Bainbridge.

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Accolade for VET options Mandurah Catholic College was today recognised for its comprehensive support and delivery of alternate pathways to university. Mrs Michelle Lucas, Head of Vocational Education and Training, represented the College at an awards ceremony at Murdoch University. The College was presented with the highly regarded TLC Engagement Award, which recognises the efforts of the College to offer and promote an alternative pathway to university. “We are delighted the College has been recognised for our inclusive programs for all students,” Mrs Lucas said.

Sports leader honoured with State award A prestigious State award acknowledging excellence in the development of School Sport has been presented to Director of Sport, Mr Nick Jenkins. Mr Jenkins (pictured with ACC president, Annette Morey) received the ACC Recognition Award at the recent Associated & Catholic Colleges' annual Presentation Breakfast. He was applauded for the many initiatives he has introduced to the MCC sports program during the 16 years he has been at the College. An excerpt from the citation delivered at the breakfast follows: “… the College has grown not only in the opportunities which have been made available to its staff and students, but also in its standing within the Mandurah and South West region. Nick has spent many Saturdays inspiring a multitude of teams competing and ensuring that the MCC/ACC message is held high. In 2005, Nick was instrumental in MCC re-joining the ACC competitions after a brief stint in the SWISSA competition. The work and commitment required by Nick for this to happen was exceptional…the College has gone from strength to strength rising through the divisional ranks for major carnivals and winning several individual sport events. Nick has consistently encouraged and supported MCC staff and students along with their involvement in all ACC representative teams including the ACC China Tour and ACC Representative Sporting Teams. This faith in his staff and students has created further sporting opportunities for many developing their sporting skills and sporting administrative experience. Nick played an integral part in the changes to the school’s Education Support Unit whereby students received greater sporting and recreational opportunities within the ACC Inclusive Sport Program. Mandurah CC participates in all ACC Inclusive Sport events with Nick successfully integrating mainstream students into the Program. He constantly encourages and supports the Inclusive Education Staff at the College. Within the Sport Management Committee, he consistently backs new ACC initiatives, supports and contributes to the success of these initiatives and is a proven leader and mentor for all new members. Nick continues to be an outstanding advocate for school sport and physical activity within his school, community and ACC Sport. Nick embodies the ACC maxim and mission statement through his unwavering commitment to service and by upholding values of inclusion, respect and tolerance.” The ACC, established in 1937, is a peak independent secondary schools sports association that provides Sport in the Right Spirit to more than 60 schools throughout Western Australia. 8


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Sailing success As one of the most experienced match racing sailors in the world, Mrs Jessica Eastwell-Lundh has competed in every Busan Cup Women’s International Match Race since the inaugural event in 2008. But not until October this year did she go all the way through to winning over previous two-time Busan champion, Lucy Macgregor of Great Britain. The waters just off Haeundae Beach, Busan (Korea), offered the most challenging of sailing conditions. As always, the Busan Cup Women’s International Match Race came down to the wire with semi-finals and finals sailed on the last day. In incredibly shifty, puffy and gusty winds, the Australian team won the semi-finals, 3 – 1 over round-robin winner Claire Leroy from France. In the finals, the Australian team came out strong against the British team skippered by Lucy Macgregor, winning the first two races. With three match points against her, Macgregor managed to break back, taking the next two matches to force a fifth and decisive final match. “We had some great crew work and made some really smart decisions, and to be honest there were moments in there when you just had to be focussed, because it was so shifty. We tried to stay in focus and just push every opportunity, and that paid off in the end,” Mrs Eastwell-Lundh said, praising her all-Australian team who she has sailed with for the last decade. Mrs Eastwell-Lundh is a Science teacher at the College and coaches our College Sailing Team, who are busy preparing for the WA Inter-School Teams Racing Championships in April.

Community leadership Women in need will certainly benefit from one staff member’s community spirit and the generosity of fellow staff this Christmas. Head of Information Services, Mrs Sarah Love, put out the call for staff to donate handbags they no longer wanted, with a few goodies inside, which would then be donated to the “Share the Dignity” initiative, #itsinthebag. Within days, bags of all shapes and sizes holding toiletry items, clothing such as scarves and socks, hair accessories and make-up were donated as the College staff rallied to spread a little Christmas cheer.

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Leaders in promoting a healthy lifestyle Whether its busting a dance move to rival Michael Jackson, shooting hoops to better your personal tally or trying to beat Mark Webber at handball, students in Years 5 and 6 have enthusiastically embraced a new program that promotes healthy living. Mandurah Catholic College is one of only three schools throughout Australia participating in the pilot program of Champion Life, an online interactive platform that motivates and supports young Australians to form lifelong health and fitness habits. Dual Olympic gymnast, Brennon Dowrick is an ambassador for Champion Life and he visited the College recently to deliver a motivating and energetic presentation to students from PrePrimary to Year 11 (as featured in the November 18 issue of the College newsletter). Since his visit, the students have been even more keen to undertake the various challenges and tasks and their results to date are the most impressive out of the three participating schools. Champion Life is a component of Champion Edge, of which Mr Dowrick is the founder. He has attracted the support of many wellrespected sportspeople, including Mark Webber and Pat Rafter.

Lunges Hurt. Planking kills. Champion Life rocks. As one of three schools in Australia that have tested the Champion Life program, I think we have greatly enjoyed it. The challenges are fun and healthy. The free choice challenges are the best as you can choose any health-related thing to complete. Over all, Champion Life is awesome. Oscar Fogarty, Year 5 (St Peter’s) I think Champion Life is a fun and active program to help kids get off the couch and ipads, so they can live a happy and healthy life so they can become a better person. I think it is really good that we got to be one of the first schools to trial this program. Jake Shewring, Year 6 (St Peter’s) Champion Life was a great way to get outside and do sport. There were things that everybody enjoyed doing, like dance, freestyle and juggling. I liked all the different challenges that I would not normally do. Jasmine Gallagher, Year 6 (St Bernadette’s)

I have enjoyed Champion Life because they have fun challenges that help you stay fit. My favourite challenge was yoga because it helps you learn balance and flexibility. This is a fun way to learn and be active. I have done all of my challenges with my friend and we have had fun every single step of the way. I was excited when we were told that we were one of three schools in Australia that was trying the program. Ashley Hodges, Year 5 (St Patrick’s) 10


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COLLEGE NOTICES Finance - School fees IMPORTANT NOTICE: All school fees are expected to now be paid in full or on a payment arrangement approved by the Principal.  All other outstanding accounts must be paid immediately.  

If you are unable to pay your account in full as agreed, a meeting with the Principal is required to discuss your situation at further length. Please contact the undersigned on 9531 9529 or via email wilkie.jackie@cathednet.wa.edu.au to schedule a meeting prior to the end of term. Mrs Jackie Wilkie Finance Officer

Secondary Inter–House Beach Carnival, Friday 9 December

All students from Years 7-10 will be participating in the final Inter-House event for 2016 next Friday. The points for this carnival count towards the 2017 House Shield. The Beach Carnival is a great day with a variety of events that cater for all, from tug-of-war, beach flags, volleyball, board relay and a team duathlon. Students are to come to school dressed in COMPLETE House sports uniform including sports shorts, House shirt and sports shoes and socks. NO student is to come to school in BOARD SHORTS.   It is imperative that your child has a hat, rashie or T-shirt for the water, recess and lunch and a water bottle.  All students will be returning to the College at 1.00pm. Students can be collected at 1.00pm from the College. Any student not collect at that time will be supervised until 3.00pm.

A Flores Fundraiser Sausage Sizzle will be available at the carnival. A “Sausage in a Bun - with Sauce!” will cost $2.50 and cold drinks will be selling for $2.50 each.

Library loans Students are reminded that all books must be returned to the College Library before the end of year. Outstanding items may incur a fine.

Christmas food donations The MCC Vinnies are calling for Christmas hamper donations. Each House has been allocated specific items to ensure a big variety of Christmas fare is available to donate to the needy. St Joseph's - biscuits (sweet, savoury or cream), St Mary's - long life cream or custard, St Bernadette’s mince pies or christmas pudding (or other items suitable for dessert), St Peter’s - tinned fruit or vegetables (no baked beans, spaghetti, tomatoes or beetroot), St Patrick’s - tinned meats (ham, fish, beef) and St Monica’s - snacks (lollies, nuts, crackers). Please keep in mind that non-perishable food items, with at least six months before the best-before date has passed, are sought. If you wish to bring in other items not on your House list, please do! Items can be handed in at Homeroom or at Student Reception. 11


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COLLEGE CELEBRATION Year 11
 Dinner Dance

Mad Hatter’s Party Photos by 
 Miss Yasmin Norris

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COLLEGE LEARNING Around the World in 45 days The Year 2 class has been busy learning about celebrations around the world this term. Each week the classroom was set up as an aeroplane and we flew to a new country to learn all about their culture! Our first stop was Melbourne to celebrate the Melbourne Cup. We learnt about the history of the day, had a hat parade, did a class sweep and watched the race. We then had a shared lunch of sandwiches and cake. Our second stop was visiting China for Chinese New Year. We learnt about the history of Chinese New Year, created Chinese lanterns, made firework cookies and even got to have a go at controlling a dragon for traditional dragon dancing. We had a shared lunch together that included prawn crackers, spring rolls and fortune cookies. It was great fun! Our third stop was visiting Brazil to celebrate Carnival. We learnt about the history of Carnival, watched some parades and even participated in our own parade with masks we created. We then had a Brazilian dance workshop and learnt some traditional dance moves. We had a shared lunch of tropical fruit and brigadeiros (a sweet dessert made from condensed milk). Our final stop was going to India to celebrate Diwali, which is a celebration of light. We learnt about traditional events, made Indian elephants and participated in a Bollywood dance session. We had a shared lunch which included Indian bread, pappadums and doodh pedas (a sweet Indian dessert). We all loved learning about and experiencing different cultures around the world.  Mrs Hannah Sinclair Year 2 teacher

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Coastal Care Week Year 7 students spent all of last week studying environmental issues specific to coastal care and compiling presentations for their upcoming Coastal Care Expo. Working in groups, the students researched, investigated and explored issues of their choice before engaging in sessions of problem solving and designing to produce posters, multimedia presentations and a magazine showcasing their work. Students also had to design a sticker which would raise awareness of their researched issue. A winning design will be put on a handmade wooden surfboard, crafted by Bodhi Tree Surfboards, that will then be raffled off to support a coast or marine based activity. A Coastal Care Expo will be staged for the College community next week.

A treasure trove of inspiration The Year 8 Science Extension students visited the Tutankhamen Exhibition at the Perth Exhibition Centre last week. The students have been learning about Archaeology and Palaeontology this term and recently completed their own archaeological digs at the College. They used the exhibits at the Tutankhamen Exhibition as inspiration for the production of their own museum displays, based on the artefacts they have rebuilt. We all had a great day and it was a fantastic way to finish off a year of Science Extension! Miss Annalise Miller Science teacher 14


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Tourism races ahead The Year 10 Tourism class had its annual excursion this week, an ‘Amazing Race’ activity in Kings Park.

With tourism recognised as a rapidly growing industry both nationally and around the world, students are encouraged to explore how public relations are used to promote unique travel opportunities. They also study how to enhance visitor experience through social responsibility, environment impact and global citizenship, communication practices and targeted campaigns. Mr Stephen Biggs Social Sciences teacher

Christmas creativity in the kitchen

Year 10 Food Science & Technology students, under the tutelage of Mrs Sandra Guest and Mrs Jan Sherwood, baked and decorated traditional Christmas fruitcakes this term, before gift wrapping and taking them home. Undoubtedly a number of families will be enjoying the sweet and tasty results of this festive assessment!


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COLLEGE SPORT The best in the State The MCC Year 9/10 Girls’s cricket team are now State champions after taking out the title last week. Teams of Year 7/8 and 9/10 boys and girls competed in the WA Schools Super 8 Cricket Finals. After being crowned Peel Regional winners in the 7/8 girls, 7/8 boys and 9/10 girls, the teams were all in fine form. The State title winners are coached by Mrs Lisa Ballantyne and put in an awesome effort to take on WA’s best!

Tournament win for junior basketballers The combined Year 5/6 girls’ and boys’ primary basketball teams won the PSSA Peel basketball tournament held at MCC this week. Both the girls’ and boys’ teams were undefeated throughout the day resulting in winning both shields. This is a fantastic result and just reward for the hard training they have undertaken during lunchtime throughout the term. Well done to both teams. Congratulations to Year 10 student, Cooper Geddes, who won the State Junior Golf title and was named Peel Young Sportsman of the Year!

Thank you to Year 11 student Bailey Molloy and Mr Clinton Joynes for coaching. Also, a big thank you to the following referees: Rhett Bazzo (Year 7), Year 8 students Jaide Britton and Paige Thomas, Casey Hayes (Year 10) and Year 11 students Michael Martley and Michael Stevens.

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The Christmas Carols and Parish Party will be held on our church grounds beginning with Mass at 5pm on 9 December. Santa will be there for the kids!! Please bring chairs, insect repellent and your singing voices. You can also bring a plate to share if you wish.

Please put your name on the list provided at the back of the church for catering purposes. Thank you.

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