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No. 14

16 May 2013

Dear Members of the St. Patrick’s College Community This week has been an important one for students in Years 5, 7 and 9 with the NAPLAN testing program being completed. I have been impressed with how the students have approached the tests and thank the staff for their work in preparing the students. The musical is over for another year. What a great production it was! It was evident that the students were enjoying themselves as they performed. My congratulations go to all involved. It was a great show and a credit to the hard work and dedication of the staff and students from both St. Patrick’s College and St. John Fisher College. Well done! This week I will be meeting with other EREA Principals from across Australia. I find these gatherings very rewarding as I listen to what is occurring in our schools across the country. This is because it confirms for me that what we do at St. Patrick’s College is consistent with what other EREA schools are doing in relation to curriculum, justice programs, enrolments and the provision of a quality Catholic education in the Edmund Rice tradition. Next week the Year 9 students will participate in a camp and retreat program. This is a critical aspect of the Year 9 journey. My thanks go to the large number of staff who are participating in the camps and retreats throughout the week. Over the last six months or so there have been discussions about how the CIC and AIC sporting competitions will look in the future with the introduction of Year 7 into secondary school in 2015. Recently a number of the CIC schools have indicated that they will not be participating in CIC in 2014. However, for St. Patrick’s College this is not the case. For 2014 St. Patrick’s College will remain in the CIC competition with the AIC competition remaining the same. However, in 2015 St. Patricks College, along with the other AIC Colleges, will run a Year 5 to 12 AIC competition. Students in Years 5 and 6 will participate in a Junior AIC competition and Years 7 to 12 will participate in the Senior AIC competition. Details regarding the exact format and structure for 2015 are still being finalised. However, I will continue to keep the community informed as more details become available. Finally this week, I am interested in hearing from parents or grandparents who may be able to assist with upgrading the Paddy’s Garden. A small group of parents are currently helping but they would appreciate some additional workers. They would particularly appreciate people with some expertise in horticulture or those with an interest in gardening to provide some expert advice. That said, any assistance would be appreciated. If you are interested or want to find out a little more, please contact Mrs Jan Thompson on 3631 9015. We are hoping to have the garden fully operational by Open Day on 20 August. Have a great week. God Bless

Dr Michael Carroll College Principal

Race in and mark your diaries ‐  Sunday 15 September is the confirmed date  for the much anticipated Deagon Community  Picnic Race Day.   St Patrick’s  College is sponsoring a race and the day is shaping up to be a fantastic day  out for the whole family.     We are currently seeking sponsors so if you’re interested please contact  Foundation Development Manager, Stacey Bishop on 3631 9052. 

A Catholic Boys' School in the Edmund Rice Tradition catering for Years 5 to 12


College Dean

Mr David Gardiner

Connect Tip I encourage families to continually use our Intranet ‘Connect’ to source information about your son and the College. One aim of Connect is to provide a central location for parents, staff and students to source a vast range of information. Under the tab ‘News and Events’ on Connect there is a section of upcoming events and announcements, often with attachments providing more details about the particular event. This page also is another source for the weekly Calling. The ‘Calendar of Events’ directs you to a detailed Calendar of upcoming events and the whole year College calendar. The page also has useful references to Stationery lists and the Tuckshop menu.

The Red Shield Appeal’s collection day is on Sunday May 26. I invite students to volunteer two hours (9am to 11am) to help the Salvos to collect money for their very worthwhile work. Students are asked to wear their school uniform and to meet on the Callan Centre steps at 8:30am.on Sunday May 26. Students will be put into teams and given instructions on how to doorknock and collect. At 11am students will be driven to the counting house which is at The Salvation Army at Taigum (Corner Handford & Roghan Rds, Taigum). ) and be involved in counting the money, Students will then be taken back to St Patrick’s College to be picked up at 11:45am, or can be picked up from The Salvation Army at Taigum at 11:30am. If you are under 15 years of age you will need to have an adult collect with you. Ask your parents or an older brother or sister if they will come with you. Students will need a permission note signed by their parent or guardian. All volunteers receive some food, a drink, a free Big Mac voucher and a certificate. If you are interested in helping the Salvos please see Mr Gradwell (Quane House Dean)

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India Immersion

Hamish Thompson

seriously couldn’t grasp the extent of what it’d be like. I was in a bit of a state by this time, with thousands of thoughts running through my mind at once. I’m a bit of an over thinker, that’s just my personality I suppose. So I did what I do in any other situation, took a step back, took a few deep breaths, and try again. I reached down with my hand, shook it and looked up into his face to see the biggest grin smiling straight back at Hello ladies and gentlemen today I would like to share with you a story, just a small snippet of our time over in India. One me. It was a surreal feeling and certainly a moment I will never morning we headed off to Bargah, there was a centre we were forget. going to that looked after physically disabled children who required surgery. We walked through the gates and greeted all Throughout the day I was able to play with many more boys the children individually. Most of them didn’t seem all that and girls who ranged in age up to 14. Some who were missing bad, with a couple missing fingers and toes. Towards the end arms, legs and other forms of deformities. I felt honoured to be of the line there was a small boy probably no older than 5. I able to walk with them, talk with them and play with them. To went down to shake his hand only to realize that it wasn’t exbe able to bear witness to probably the sweetest smiles I’ve actly a hand, more of a rounded ball with fingers that don’t really look like fingers in places fingers weren’t really meant to ever seen. This experience prepared me for the rest of the trip and as I sit in Father Marions Chapel reflecting on the trip I be. I stopped suddenly and couldn’t really move a muscle. I just stood there frozen in disbelief, about how a boy so young know that applying for India was the best decision I ever and so innocent could have had something so tragic happen made. to him. Having a little brother myself, it made me see the face of him in that little boy. Imagining what it would’ve been like if Ethan had turned out the same. The difficulties we would’ve had to overcome. The extra challenges and pressures added onto that boy in the future simply because of this disability. I absolutely adore my family, they mean the world to me and I In trying to describe my time in India, I could explain our itinerary and nearly four weeks of amazing activities and sights. However, on reflection I think a more effective way of explaining my true experience of India might be by sharing this simple story.

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AP Identity May is a big month for us at St Patrick’s. It is a month during which we are given constant reminders of our identity as a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition. For example… May is Mary’s month. It is the month in which we honour Jesus’ mother. Edmund Rice had a strong devotion to Mary; in fact, if we look at one section of the Edmund Rice icon, pictured here, we see the baby Jesus looking at Edmund and gesturing to his mother Mary as if he is introducing Edmund to Mary.

Mr Matthew Hawkins This year in May, to coincide with Edmund’s Feast Day, we held our first “ERA (Edmund Rice Advocacy) for Change” event, Detention for Detention, in which hundreds of our students and staff stood in solidarity with children currently living in indefinite detention in our society. May is the month during which we spend a week “living below the line” – feeding ourselves on just $2 per day. This was a challenge last week, but one which opened our eyes if only for a brief moment to the plight of the world’s poor and hungry. May is the month during which our Year 9s attend their Emmaus Retreat, an experience aimed at helping our students recognize the face of Jesus in their own lives – in the challenges they face, in nature, in each other and ultimately, in themselves. May is the month during which many of our staff, old boys and parents attend the annual Edmund Rice Foundation Dinner. Last Saturday night, this dinner was held to support the amazing work being done in Edmund Rice ministries – in particular Edmund Rice Camps and Communidade Edmund Rice in Timor Leste.

On the evening, I was introduced to a phrase thanks to Mr Chris Ryan, Dean of Identity at Gregory Terrace. The phrase is “spirit quake” and it refers to any shifts, quakes or tremors which shape our spirit – experiences through which we grow and see the world with new eyes. Mary, Jesus and Edmund all certainly had “spirit quake” experiences, and during the month of May, we hope and pray that perhaps we will have our own “spirit May is the month in which Blessed Edmund’s Feast Day, May 5, quakes” through the many opportunities we are given to reoccurs. It is the day when we celebrate the Founder of the flect upon what it is which makes us authentically a Catholic Christian Brothers in Mass, and give thanks for his life, his work school in the Edmund Rice tradition. and his legacy.

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Campus Minister

Ms Marthy Watson

We are supporting the RPSCA in the work that they are doing to prevent cruelty to animals. The RPSCA is a community based charity who actively promote the care and protection of animals. Can you please support us by bring in the following items? All items will be donated to Dakabin Animal shelter: Cat and dog tinned food Dry cat or dog food Cat pole scratchers Cat litter Blankets Leashes / collars / kongs Washable toys for dogs and kittens Pet beds You can bring all donations to the Ministry Office. There is a basket in front of the office where you can place your donation.

The Million Paws Walk is being held this Sunday 19 May at 7th Brigade Park in Chermside. There are two walks: 1.5 km and 4 km. Entry fee is $25-00 and registration opens at 8:30am. Walk commences at 10 am. Please support this fundraiser. The Million Paws Walk is a great day out for all and an important fundraising event for the RSPCA. Funds raised through entry fees and the sale of merchandise on the day help assist the RSPCA to operate its animal shelters, and provide community education on animal welfare issues.

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AP Curriculum

Mr Chris Campbell

Congratulations to all students in Years 5,7 and 9 for the manner in which they approached this week’s NAPLAN Tests. Results of the tests will become available to us by September. I would especially like to acknowledge the support of Mrs Gibb and the Learning Support team for their organisation of the students who received special provision. As we move through the term, a number of assignments are due. One question which is often asked is to do with the tutoring of students. How much assistance should students receive from outside sources? Assignments are a valuable tool in discriminating student abilities, especially in the older grades. In fairness to all boys, what we receive at school needs to be a reflection of the student’s capabilities. By accepting a high level of assistance, the final product may be something that a student isn’t capable of producing on his own. In the case of Year 12, students must be placed in a rank order at the end of the year. Where a student sits in this rank order has a significant and direct effect on his final OP score. The more students your son is ahead of, the more likely he will receive a stronger OP. If other students sit higher in this rank order, not as result of ability, but as a result of outside help, then those who did their own work, but are lower in the rank order will be affected negatively. As a College we are not opposed to the boys receiving extra help with schoolwork. We offer tutoring here at the College. We provide support at study group every Monday and Thursday. To discuss work with someone from outside the school, or to have someone clarify an issue or assist in the development of skills can be very beneficial. Our concern is not tutoring, rather the nature and extent of the tutoring. Receiving help with basic skills is vastly different from taking an assignment to a tutor and asking him to complete it with you or for you. It is reasonable for Teachers and Heads of Curriculum to expect that there is a correlation between class performance, exam performance and assignment results. It does concern us when the quality of work in an assignment is far in advance of the student’s exam results or far more sophisticated than anything a student has provided for class or homework. Situations such as these raise questions as to whether we can accept assignments which fall into this category. Accepting support in the right spirit is the fairest and most beneficial course of action in the long term.

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AP Student Formation I would like to thank all the parents who attended our Parent Education Evening on Tuesday evening. It was great to see over 80 parents in attendance and hopefully gained an insight in the role of Fathers in the life of an adolescent and walked away with some strategies to survive this time period. The evening provided some theoretical background but also some practical tips when dealing with adolescents. I will over the next few weeks provide some information from Paul Gibney. Thank you to the Parents and Friends Association for their support of these programs. We are planning now for our Education Evenings for 2014 if there are topics or speakers that interest you, please email me the details or topics of interest.

YEAR 9 CAMP AND RETREAT PROGRAM All Year 9 students have a five day program for next week specific to their House. The program is outlined below. It is important that all students are attending the five days of activities unless they have a medical certificate. Students will be able to wear their sports uniform for the Retreat. An academic program has been organized for those House groups that are attending school on their specific days. Students must wear full school uniform on the days that they attend school.

Mr Frank Torrisi all families please take the time to label your son’s clothing with a permanent marker. At the end of the term any lost property that is not claimed and not named will be either returned to the Uniform Shop to be resold or will be given to St Vincent de Paul.

CO-CURRICULAR PHOTOS Swimming, Volleyball, Cricket and Debating Photos are in the Curriculum Office for viewing and purchase. The photo’s are $18 each and can be paid by cash or cheque in the order envelope. They can be viewed and ordered until the end of term.

ST RITAS COLLEGE DANCE  Enderley Road entrance, Clayfield. Year 8 & 9 only, Friday 17 May 7:30pm to 10pm. $10.00 with ID card.

 

ST JOHN FISHER DANCE

Year 8 to 12. Friday 24 May. 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Cost is $10.00. The venue is the Killoran Centre at St John Fisher. ID is required. Appropriate Clothing needs to be worn including footwear. It is expected that normal school rules and expectations will apply at this event. St Patrick’s College is the only school invited and it is expected that our LOST PROPERTY young men are fine ambassadors for our College. No SinThere is a large amount of lost property that is picked up at glet’s or Thongs allowed. It is expected that normal the end of each day. Sandra Fowlie is able to return a cerschool rules and expectations will apply at this event. tain amount of the items collected because it is named or labelled. However a large amount cannot be returned because no name is found on the items. It is requested that

YEAR 9 Camp

Retreat

School

MON 20 MAY Xavier Treacy Ryan Rice Quane Coffey Kennedy

TUES 21 MAY Xavier Treacy Ryan Rice Quane Mooney O’Rourke

Mooney O’Rourke

Coffey Kennedy

WED 22 MAY Xavier/Treacy Ryan/Rice/Quane Coffey/Kennedy Mooney/O’Rourke

THURS 23 MAY Coffey Kennedy Mooney O’Rourke

FRI 24 MAY Coffey Kennedy Mooney O’Rourke

Ryan Rice Quane Xavier Treacy

Xavier Treacy Ryan Rice Quane

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Director of Culture

Mr Geoff Samuels

BIS CUTURAL COMPETITION

DEBATING REPORT We competed against Villanova here at St Patricks College in the If the Queensland State of Origin team can match the thrills BIS Cultural Competition on Tuesday 3 May. dished out last night at Debating, then we are in for a very exciting series…jam-packed with total demolition victories. PUBLIC SPEAKING Our public speakers are getting more confident and getting bet- Our Firsts again led the charge with an exciting 4 point victory in ter each week. Our young men are well on their way to becom- their short preparation debate. The boys were formidable in their arguments to support cigarette style shock advertising on ing great speakers. Our speakers were Jordan Zerba, Jayden Dunbar, Jack Power, Joshua Oakes and our speaker of the night, alcohol. The large crowd, bolstered by the mighty numbers of the Battalion, were treated to some magnificent feedback from Nicholas Gecks-Preston. the Simon Cowell of adjudication, Kristen Price. Our Firsts are Mrs Andrea Hey. incredibly lucky to have this sort of feedback in their preliminary roads and the boys are keen to take on board her snappy critiDEBATING cisms as they attempt a clean sweep of the preliminary rounds The debate on the Tuesday 7 May was a close competition. It before beginning their finals was St Patricks versus Villanova College with the topic of campaign. “Media does more harm than good”. Villanova won both debates. Brayden West and Carl Morgan were awarded speaker of the night for their respective teams. Both teams are in preparation for the upcoming debate at Churchie next week. Mr Alan Clark

CHESS The boys all had a great time in the chess competition against Villanova College. A great time was had by all! Our Next round will be at ACGS on Tuesday 21 May. Our debating topic will be “That animal testing is wrong”. Mrs Jan Mair

It was a total St Patrick’s whitewash at St Paul’s last night with both of our Year 10 teams also comprehensively taking out their debates that explored whether our elders really did have it better. The standout of the night - Harry Hanelt, Matthew Weekes and Will Sked have gone from strength to strength since they started Debating, and their 5 point annihilation of Bracken Ridge State High is testament to their growing skill and tenacity. Next week our Year 8’s are back in action – will their preparation meetings with the Firsts pay off? Be there to see the action for yourself @ St Paul’s @ 7pm. Ms Zoe Morgan

QUEENSLAND YOUTH THEATRESPORTS COMPETITION 2013 strong competition and competed The Queensland Youth Theatresports 2013 competition has started and our senior team, Stereotypes, played their first round here at SPC on Monday night against 5 other teams. They showed their class and won outright on the night with the highest score, and this win advanced them to the quarter finals. This is Steoreotype’s 3rd season together as a team under the guidance and coach of Liam Spargo (Quane house captain 2009 and 1st Theatresports team member 2008 and 2009). This team did well in the 2012 season and progressed to the semifinals. We wish them the best for the rest of the competition. We also have an intermediate and junior team in the competition. Our intermediate team, David Kavana, Saxon King, Reece Myers, Liam Leeder, Matt Southwell and Lachlan Hogbin played on Wednesday night at North Lakes College. They had very

against 6 other teams. Despite obtaining a third place the team played very well. Only the top two teams go through to the quarter finals. The junior team plays at Albany Creek SHS on Monday night. Show starts at 7 pm entry fee: $9-00 adults and $600 concession. Please support them if you can and come and have a laugh.

Liam Spargo (Quane House Captain 2009) with 2013 house captains Tom Lahey and Hamish Thompson with the Interhouse Theatresport shield won by Quane House.  

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Director of Culture

Mr Geoff Samuels

CAMP ROCK After months of planning and rehearsals a cast of more than 80 dynamic, talented and enthusiastic Camp Rockers took to the stage last Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The show was a celebration of great music, dance and drama with some brilliant performances by our lead actors supported by three very polished, energetic chorus groups. The show was backed by a fantastic live band led by Mr Andrew Will and staged with support of a large team of students who rigged and operated sound, lighting and video systems. The end result was 3 nights of great entertainment which were warmly appreciated by the large audiences in attendance. Camp Rock will live long in the hearts and memories of all who were involved. Well done!!

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Director of Sport

Mr Luke Donatini

KEEPING CURLEW PARK CLEAN We are starting to notice a greater amount of litter and rubbish being left around the grounds at Curlew Park particularly over the past few weeks. We ask that parents speak with their son/s about keeping Curlew Park a clean and tidy venue on both training days and on game days. Can we please remind all students (and parents) to place ALL rubbish into the wheelie bins which are situated around the grounds rather than leaving litter on the ground. It has become quite prevalent more so on rugby and football training days, so we are asking for assistance from the whole St Patrick’s College community to assist us in keeping Curlew Park a clean and pleasant environment for all to fully enjoy. Many thanks for your cooperation and assistance with this request.

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS 

Marcus Ferguson (Year 10) and Tai Reupena (Year 10) – selected into the Queensland Secondary School Boys Volleyball Team to compete at the Nationals Secondary Schools Volleyball Championships in August at Boondall, Brisbane.  Marcus Ferguson (Year 10) – selected into the Under 17 Volleyball Queensland Team to compete at the National Volleyball Championships in Canberra from the 7th and 13th of July.  Tim Walker (SPC Staff Member) – as Metropolitan North Secondary Schools Volleyball Coach, has TERM 2 CIC CROSS COUNTRY MEET DETAILS achieved his third consecutive year gold medal first place win at the Queensland Secondary Schools Volley- All CIC (Year 5 to 7) Cross Country meets are held on Friday afternoons after school. Bus transportation is provided by the College. ball Championships. A first for a Regional Coach at a State Secondary Schools Volleyball Championship.  Shaun Smith (Year 7) – selected into the Metropolitan DATE HOST COLLEGE LOCATION North Primary Hockey Team to compete at the Queensland Primary Hockey Championships at Labrador, Gold Coast in June.  Conrad Skelton, Zac Ryan, Jack Smith and Zane PapMAY 17 MBBC Moreton Bay pin (Year 7) – selected into the U12 Metropolitan North Boys College, Primary Rugby League Team to compete at the 302 Manly Queensland Primary Rugby League Championships in Road, Manly Hervey Bay in June/July. West MAY 24 VILLA Villanova Park, BRAMBLE BAY CROSS COUNTRY (Orientation Manly Road, Run) Tingalpa The following St Patrick’s College students were selected (traditionally into the Bramble Bay Primary Cross Country Team: an earlier start time) 10 Years: Ethan Ryan 1st MAY 31 CIC Cross Villanova Park, 11 Years: Matt Moate 1st, Nyale Abad 2nd, Adam Palmer 3rd, Country Manly Road, Sam Pike 6th, Lachlan O’Hara 7th ChampionTingalpa ships (Held during 12 Years: William Sanders 2nd School Hours) CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BOYS LISTED ABOVE AND WELL DONE TO ALL BOYS WHO COMPETED ON THE DAY! 10 | St Patrick’s College Calling 


Director of Sport

Mr Luke Donatini

TENNIS PLAYERS If there are there any tennis players who might be interested in playing as reserves on a Saturday morning at Sandgate Junior Tennis Association (Deagon Courts). Please contact Paul Cross on Ph 07 3269 8710 email x4017@bigpond.net.au We also might have available some courts if some players wanted to play they could play between themselves if we do not need any extra players. These could play up to 3 sets and may be able to have a type of match where they play 3 sets being one singles and 2 doubles. If senior players or any others in the Yr 11 or 12 teams wanted to play in the afternoon they would be more than welcome. If some of those in the lower teams wanted to play I would have enough courts most weeks to have an extra 6-8 players. I know for some this could not be until after the rugby season, but there are quite a number of weeks before the fixtures start in mid-August.

ROUND 4 AIC RUGBY/FOOTBALL CURLEW CANTEEN Please Note: These times are WHILE YOUR SON IS WARMING UP and you will be free to watch his game. Parents Required To Assist In Curlew Canteen 13A Football 14A Football 14C Football 13C Rugby 13B Football 15A Football 13B Rugby 14C Rugby

Time

8.00am – 8.30am 8.30am – 9.00am 9.15am – 9.45am 9.30am – 10.00am 10.15am – 10.45am

14B Football 16A Football 13A Rugby 14B Rugby 15C Rugby

10.30am – 11.00am 11.00am – 11.30am

15B Football 14A Rugby 15B Rugby 16C Rugby

11.30am – 12.00pm 11.45am – 12.15pm

2nd XI Football 12.15pm – 12.45pm 3rdXI Football 15A Rugby 16B Rugby 3rdXV Rugby

12.30pm – 1.00pm 1.00pm – 1.30pm

1stXI Football 16A Rugby 2ndXV Rugby 1stXV Rugby Extra Volunteer Assistance Required Please

1.30pm – 2.00pm 2.00pm – 2.30pm 2.30pm – 3.15pm

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Football Round 4 - May18

SPC Team

Opponent

7A

Padua College

7B

Padua College

7C

Padua College

6A

Padua College

5A

Padua College

5B

Padua College

5C

Padua College

SPC Team 1stXI 2ndXI 3rdXI 16A 15A 15B 14A 14B 14C 13A 13B

14D

Opponent Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College VS. BGS

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Mr Luke Donatini

Home/Away

Venue

Time

Away

Football 1 Banyo

Away

Football 1 Banyo

Away

Football 1 Banyo

9.40am

Away

Football 1 Banyo

8.50am

Away

Football 1 Banyo

8.00am

Away

Football 2 Banyo

9.40am

Away

Football 2 Banyo

8.50am

Home/Away Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home

11.20am 10.30am

Venue

Time

Curlew Park Football Oval 1

1.30pm

Curlew Park Football Oval 1

12.15pm

Curlew Park Football Oval 2

12.45pm

Curlew Park Football Oval 1

11.00am

Curlew Park Football Oval 1

9.45am

Curlew Park Football Oval 2

11.45am

Curlew Park Football Oval 1

8.30am

Curlew Park Football Oval 2

10.45am

Curlew Park Football Oval 3

9.00am

Curlew Park Football Oval 2

8.30am

Curlew Park Football Oval 2

9.45am

Curlew Park Football Oval 3

10.00am


Rugby Round 4 - May18 SPC TEAM 7A 7B 7C 6A 6B 5A 5B 5C 5D

SPC TEAM 1stXV 2ndX V 3rdXV 16A 16B 16C 15A 15B 15C 14A 14B 14C 13A 13B 13C

OPPONENT Padua College Padua College Anglican Church Grammar School Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College OPPONENT Padua College

Mr Heath Mackintosh

HOME/AWAY

VENUE

Away

Rugby 1 Banyo

Away

Rugby 1 Banyo

Home

TIME 10.00am 9.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

9.00am

Away

Rugby 2 Banyo

10.00am

Away

Rugby 2 Banyo

9.00am

Away

Rugby 3 Banyo

Away

Rugby 3 Banyo

Away

Rugby 3 Banyo

Away

Rugby 4 Banyo

HOME/AWAY Home

10.00am 9.00am 8.00am 8.00am

VENUE

TIME

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 1

3.15pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 1

2.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

1.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

2.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 3

1.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 3

12.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 1

1.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

12.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 3

11.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 1

12.00pm

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

11.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 3

10.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 1

11.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 2

10.00am

Curlew Park Rugby Oval 3

9.00am

Home Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College Padua College

Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home

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Rosters The Paddies Van is Proudly Sponsored by:

ROSTER FOR UPCOMING SERVICE PROGRAMS Tuesday Morn BBQ Decker Park, Sandgate 7.25 am-9.00 am

Thursday Morning BBQ Humpybong School 7. 30 am-9.00 am

Tuesday, 21 May Nathaniel Lake, Jesse Keasley, Joshua Willmott, James Cardwell 

Thursday, 23 May N/A 

Thursday Evening Street Van Brisbane City 5.00 pm-8.45 pm

Saturday Night BBQ Sandgate Lagoon, Sandgate 5.45 pm-8.30 pm

Thursday, 23 May

Saturday, 25 May

Liam Holm, Lachlan Munro, Louis Emery, Nick Loftus

Elijah Huxtable, Joseph Beveridge, Will Tanzer, Kevin Carroll 

Please Note: If you cannot fulfil your commitment to take part in these service programs, please advise Mrs Righetti ASAP.

UNIFORM SHOP Tues 12-4pm, Wed 10am -2pm, Thurs 7.30 -11: 30am SUPPORTER TEAM WEAR AT CURLEW PARK FOR HOME GAMES – Hats, caps, shirts and polar fleece jackets are for sale at Curlew Park at the Canteen. Check them out and show your support for St. Patrick’s teams. MICROFIBRE TOWELS for the Gym and Sport generally are available at the shop @ $10. New line this year. THRIFT SHOP THE COLLEGE EXPECTS ITS STUDENTS TO BE PRESENTED WELL IN THEIR UNIFORMS. BEARING THIS IN MIND SECONDHAND GOODS THAT ARE SENT IN FOR CONSIGNMENT SALE THAT ARE - TORN, STAINED, THREADBARE, FRAYED, HOLES IN SOCKS, VERY WELL WORN SHOES/FOOTBALL BOOTS - WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR SALE AND WILL BE DISCARDED. IF SELLERS COULD PLEASE SORT THEIR GOODS BEFORE BRINGING THEM IN FOR SALE IT WOULD SAVE US A LOT OF VALUABLE TIME. QUALITY GOODS COULD THEN BE PROCESSED MORE QUICKLY TO THE BENEFIT OF ALL. THANKYOU.

TUCKSHOP ROSTER DATE Fri

HELPERS 17/05

Maree Denkes, Leanne Ferris, Leanne Hume, Jenny Evans

Mon 20/05

Jane Gregory, Careena Roche, Cheryl Keasley

Tue

Chris Hare, Gina Macpherson, Janelle Lakey, Fiona Foster

21/05

Wed 22/05

Leigh Shaw, Stephanie Ingeri, Melinda Pahany, Bronwyn Hawkins

Thu 23/05

Mandy Crossan, Guistina Lawlor, Marianne Refoy, Tabitha Baker

Fri

Tania Caruana, Natalie Dare, Karen Johns

24/05

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Date Claimers

Week 6 & 7

WEEK SIX May 20 Year 9 Camp (Mon - Wed) Quane, Rice, Ryan, Treacy, Xavier) Year 9 Retreat (Coffey, Kennedy) May 21 Year 9 Retreat (Mooney, O’Rourke) May 22 Year 9 Retreat (Coffey, Kennedy Mooney, O’Rourke) May 23 Year 9 Camp (Wed - Fri) Coffey, Kennedy, Mooney, O’Rourke Year 9 Retreat (Quane, Rice, Ryan) May 24 Year 9 Retreat (Treacy, Xavier) AIC Chess v VILLA CIC Cross Country (VILLA) May 25 Rugby/Football AIC v VILLA (A) CIC v ACGS (A)

WEEK SEVEN May 27 Year 7 Meeting May 28 Year 11 Biology Excursion Instrumental Music Performance Evening May 29 QDU Years 9 & 11 College Board Meeting May 31 AIC Chess v SPLC CIC Cross Country Championships (Villa Park) June 01 Rugby/Football AIC v SPLC (A) CIC v IONA (A)

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Calling - Issue 14 - (16 may 2013)