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25 July 2013
Dear Members of the St. Patrick’s College Community This week is Catholic Education Week across Queensland. At the College Assembly on Tuesday Mr Matthew Hawkins spoke about Catholic Education Week and its theme of Making a Difference. Our Assembly prayer also picked up on this theme and showed examples of the recent Year 10 Retreat Program and how those boys were challenged to spend some time out of their comfort zone. Mr Hawkins outlined a number of ways in which St. Patrick’s College can and does make a difference. The Paddies Van, the immersions, ERA for Change, and the Paddies Garden are just some ways in which staff, students and parents can make a difference. Our challenge as a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition is to continue to make a difference in how we act, how we treat people and how we live our lives. The Catholic Education Week Ambassador this year is Mr Anthony Ryan who is a former staff member of St. Patrick’s College. This Friday the College will host the Grandparents Liturgy and Morning Tea. This is one of my highlights for the year as large numbers of grandparents and parents come along to celebrate with their grandsons and sons. The young men are very proud to showcase their College to their grandparents. We are again expecting a big crowd and I encourage people to come along and be part of this important celebration. Next week the AIC Cross Country will be held at Limestone Park, Ipswich. In recent years this has been a very big day for the College and, in particular, for the runners. This year St. Patrick’s College is aiming for an unprecedented fourth straight win. The runners have continued to train very hard but they will need our support on Saturday, 3 August, so I encourage the St. Patrick’s community to unite as one and travel to Limestone Park to support our runners. A supporters bus will leave the College at 7.30am. Finally this week I again remind parents about supporting their sons by monitoring homework, assignment work and study. Assessment calendars were published this week and are available on the Teaching and Learning tab on Connect. Early preparation, a consistent effort and regular monitoring are key contributors to academic success. In his address at the College assembly this week, Jacob Johannessen, our College Captain, outlined the new Year 12 theme as Inches for Success. Jacob urged the students to do the little things well so that success will follow. He challenged the boys to put the time into their studies, to attend training sessions and to be on the sidelines as supporters. These small steps combine to have a significant impact. I strongly support Jacob’s vision and also encourage all members of the St. Patrick’s College community to do the little things well and thereby make a difference.
Have a great week God Bless
Dr Michael Carroll College Principal
TUTOR GROUP & INDIVIDUAL PHOTOS Photos of students in Tutor Groups and individually were taken last Friday. Orders can still be made from the Advanced Life website, go to www.advancedlife.com.au Enter SCH as the online payment code for the Individual & Tutor Group and pay with credit card. You have until the end of next week..
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College Dean WORLD YOUTH DAY 2013
Mr David Gardiner BR DENNIS HERNON RIP Br Dennis Hernon was a very much loved and appreciated giver of staff in-service to many Colleges throughout Queensland, one of which was St Patrick’s College Shorncliffe. Br Dennis was involved with our College over many years giving faith input days on at least six occasions through our recent history. He was also heavily involved in pre-service to young first year teachers entering Edmund Rice Education Australia, mainly in Queensland. Needless to add, Br Dennis gave many a retreat to the Christian Brothers as well. His generous spirit and flamboyant nature, lover of multiple colours and comic strips to enhance his message, clear memory and spontaneous humour were ingredients of many an enjoyable meeting and follow up over many years.
More than 1800 Aussies, with 16 Bishops, are at World Youth Day (WYD) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, themed: “Go and make disciples of all nations” with Pope Francis. There are estimated to be over four million youthful pilgrims from the four corners of the world gathered to celebrate, share and grow in their faith. Bishop Anthony Fisher O.P. of Parramatta, Sydney, commented that “The Holy Spirit is at work in the Church and in the lives of young people.” We at St Patrick’s College, Shorncliffe, prayerfully greet Pope Francis, our Aussie pilgrims and all who attend WYD 2013 in this Year of Faith.
14TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINATION Late last week, Thursday evening 18 July, Father Modestus, Parish Priest of Sandgate Brighton Catholic Parish, celebrated his 14th Anniversary of Priesthood with a Mass of Christ the Eternal High Priest, followed by speeches, a presentation of a his favourite framed artistic Psalm 8 and a light supper in the Sandgate Parish Hall. St Patrick’s College joins the Parish in congratulating Father Modestus Ad Multos Annos.
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Br Dennis went downhill, health wise, since October 2012, and passed peacefully from this life, Wednesday 10 July, aged 77 years, buried 18 July, into the loving arms of a cheerful Father who waited for one who manifested his eternal love to many staff, students and families.
Campus Minister Year 10 Retreats All Year 10s attended one of a range of retreat programs on offer. One of these programs visited three different schools during their two day retreat. These schools were: Geebung Special School, Narbethong State Special School and Craigslea Sensitivity Unit Our boys interacted with students from these schools and the aim was to foster an understanding that although people are different, we treat everyone equally with dignity and respect. They had the opportunity to learn to understand how people with disability operate in their environment and they had an opportunity to assist them and come to a better understanding of how people with a disability experience their world. All students were asked to write a letter to someone that they have encountered or worked with during their visit. These letters were posted to the school.
Ms Marthy Watson one classroom, following the students around during class, morning tea and lunch. A group of students and Mr Peter Bancroft, serviced some of the bicycles they use during school time to assist with therapy. Here are some extract from their letters to students: “Thank you for a wonderful day; it was such an eye opener. Your smile was so beautiful and you brightened my day. You are an inspiration to all of us – God bless you for the rest of your life.” “The two things that made an impression on me today are: to be blind and not being able to write my own name. Such a fool I could have been to look down on people who unfortunately suffer from disabilities.”
Narbethong State Special School provides for the educational needs of students who are vision impaired, vision impaired with additional disabilities and for those students who are deaf blind. Narbethong is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘Happy Place’. There are currently 55 school age students attending the school and 30 students enrolled in the Early Childhood Intervention Program. The day kicked off with cooking classes, painting, wheelchair dancing and a treasure hunt. Here are some extracts from the letters the boys wrote to the students at Narbathong they spend the day with: “You have changed my life, spending time with you was amazing. You have inspired me to help people that are less fortunate than me.” “I would just like to thank you for a day I will never forget”
Geebung Special School is a special school for students of primary and below school age (about 3 to 12 years) who have intellectual and other disabilities. It provides educational services for about 100 school aged students and up to 75 students aged to 5 years who are in the Early Childhood Developmental Program. The students worked in groups of two for the entire day in
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Ms Marthy Watson
Craigslea Sensitivity Unit is designed to provide hands on activities and experiences for the students that will provide some understanding about what it is like to be a person with a disability. They cater for students with visual, physical, learning and hearing disabilities. Our students spent the day learning about different disabilities and the way that people cope with these disabilities. They had to do various activities: sit in a wheelchair to navigate a small hill on their own, wear glasses with different fields of vision, all while performing different games and activities. The highlight of the visit to the Sensitivity Unit was generally the experience of walking through a totally darkened tunnel.
Games and activities which demonstrate the barriers for people with spinal injuries.
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A walkway to simulate the sensation of walking with a lack of good muscle control.
At the Unit you can experience the difficulty and frustration that people with Dyslexia have on a daily basis
Mr Chris Campbell
As indicated previously, the Year 10 subject selection process will take place in August. One of the choices that Year 10 students are able to make is to enrol in a Certificate course through the Brisbane North Institute of TAFE. The undertaking of this course counts as one of the student’s seven subjects. All necessary information will be provided at the Year 10 subject selection morning on Friday 9 August, the parent information evening on Monday 12 August and the Year 10 Career Expo on Thursday 15 August.
As part of the Year 10 English course students are studying Harper Lee’s 1960 novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’. In order to assist students to grasp the concepts contained in the book, the College has decided to take all Year 10 students to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre on Wednesday 28 August to see a production of a play titled “Tequila Mockingbird”. This is a contemporary story, set in Australia examining the same issues of racial prejudice, discrimination and loss of innocence, contained in the original novel. More details and a permission letter will be sent home soon.
If your son thinks he may be interested, Brisbane North Institute of TAFE is conducting information evenings in August. The majority of our students attend the Bracken Ridge Campus, however it is permissible to select courses from any campus. The relevant flyer is included on the following page.
Year 12 students selected topics for QCS Test intensive writing workshops which will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. These workshops will be taken by senior English teachers and are one of the final steps in preparing students to undertake the rigors of the QCS Test Writing Task.
Please note , Brisbane North Institute of TAFE is not the same facility as Skillstech, which is also available for St Patrick’s students to enrol in certificate courses.
Head of Library Services
Ms Helen Dacy
LIBRARY TIP OF THE WEEK Have a look at the Libguide for your son’s assignments this term – Google it – Libguides, St Patricks College Shornclifffe. We put up a research help sheet for most assignments where research is a key factor. You can also get to the Libguides via Connect through the student portal. If you wish to sign up to our elibrary you can use your son’s login. Go to http://stpatricks.wheelers.co or use the logo on thelibguide Activities in the library for term 3 are: Origami and lego for junior lunch Chess for senior lunch, Tuesday’s after school coding group is progressing well with several projects shaping up and newcomers learning quickly. Monday and Thursday study group continues to attract boys who like to complete all their homework as soon as possible. Please visit us on grandparents day!
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Mr Chris Campbell
AP Student Formation I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents who attended the Parent Education Evening on Tuesday Night. It was great to see over 180 parents engaging with Ian Lillico. The night was not only informative in relations to developing positive relationships with our boys but also offered strategies to make them into successful and responsible adults. The Power Point from the evening is available on the “Student Life” section of Connect. All parents are able to obtain further information from the Boys Forward website on www.boysforward.com.au Thank you to the P & F who have sponsored the Parent Education Evenings this year and we look forward to their support for 2014. If you need any further information regarding the education evening please do not hesitate to contact me on 36319084.
Mr Frank Torrisi our Inter-House competition. Year level winners were- Year 5O’Rourke, Year 6 - Quane, Year 7 -Xavier, Year 8 -Coffey, Year 9Mooney, Year 10 - Treacy, Year 11- O’Rourke and Year 12O’Rourke. The Overall winning House for Semester 1 2013 is O’Rourke House.
INTER-HOUSE DEBATING - The final results have been calculated and the overall trophy for the Inter– House debating has been awarded. Congratulation to O’Rourke House who are the Debating Champions for 2013.
YEAR 11 DINNER DANCE- The Year 11 Dinner Dance will be held this Friday evening 26 July at Kedron Wavell RSL Club at ACADEMIC AWARDS - Congratulations to the 120 plus stu- Chermside. The function will commence at 7.00pm and condents who received academic medals at last weeks Academic clude at 11.00pm. No students will be permitted to leave beAssembly. It was an excellent reflection of the great work being fore this time. done in the classrooms by students and staff. We all need to constantly strive to do our best. The results also contribute to
SPECIAL EVENTS DAY INTER-HOUSE ATHLETICS CARNIVAL FRIDAY 16 AUGUST FULL SPORTS UNIFORM STUDENTS ABSENCE REQUIRES A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE SKI TRIP The snow is falling and the time is drawing near.3 positions have become available on this year’s ski trip. Students should contact Mrs Lee Schultz in the main office to secure the last few tour seats. A reminder to all confirmed on the trip that payments and forms are due by 27 July.
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Director of Culture
Mr Geoff Samuels
INTER-HOUSE DEBATING This year’s debating competition culminated with a series of finals staged on Thursday morning at eight venues across the College with the entire student /staff population in attendance. There were many closely fought, well prepared debates on display that morning that really engaged the audiences. Thanks to all of the students who represented their Houses and to the staff who assisted in adjudicating and organising the debates. Special congratulations to the O’Rourke team, winners of the Junior Division and to the Quane Team who took out the Senior Division title this year. The overall results of this year’s competition are as follows;
JUNIOR DIVISION (YEARS 7, 8, & 9) O’ROURKE
SENIOR DIVISION (YEARS 10, 11 & 12) QUANE
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OVERALL STANDING O’ROURKE TREACY XAVIER, QUANE
Director of Culture
Mr Geoff Samuels
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Director of Culture
Mr Geoff Samuels
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Director of Sport
Mr Luke Donatini
METROPOLITAN NORTH REGIONAL SPORT INFORMATION
All students and parents requesting information regarding any up and coming Met North Regional trials are asked to go to the Met North website to find out such information www.metnorthsport.qld.edu.au Metropolitan North Trial Information for various Cluster Days have been posted on the Met North website and it is the responsibility of both students and parents to be aware of what trials are up and coming. For further information regarding these trials please contact Ryan Schultz (College Coaching Administrator).
Daniel Champness (Year 7) & Luke Hanna (Year 7) selected into the Queensland Schools Under 12 State Football Team after competing for Metropolitan North last week in Cairns at the State Championships
SPC TRIMESTER THREE SPORTING COORDINATORS Following are the names of coordinators and contact details for this term’s sports. Basketball – Mr Corey Meehan firstname.lastname@example.org Cross Country – Mr Paul Toohey email@example.com Tennis - Br Chris Pritchard firstname.lastname@example.org Track and Field – Mr Ryan Schultz email@example.com
MET NORTH CRICKET TRIALS Any student wishing to trial for the following age group representative cricket teams are to see Mr Ryan Schultz in the Sports Offices (College Gym) ASAP: U11 Bramble Bay Cricket U12 Bramble Bay Cricket U14 Met North Cricket U19 Met North Cricket
Mr Corey Meehan
CIC BASKETBALL SPC vs BGS – FRIDAY 26 JULY YEAR 6A & 6B vs BGS: M.A. Howell Indoor Sports Centre, Entry via College Road, Spring Hill YEAR 5D vs PAD: Padua Primary Outdoor Courts, Turner Road, Kedron A bus has been booked for all away games; all boys catching the bus to away games are to meet on back oval immediately after Tutor Group. Boys will have time to change at the venue prior to game; bus departs 3:15pm and will return after final game at venue (approx. 6-6:30pm). All students travelling on the bus to and from games are asked to have a mobile with them to contact parents in the case of a delay/early return. All team lists will be up each week outside the SPC GYM by Thursday Morning Tea, it is the students responsibility to know which team they are in for Friday. AIC BASKETBALL Sign on for AIC Basketball has been held all week in the SPC GYM, please sign on for the 2013 season if interested. Training for all AIC teams will commence on Tuesday August 6 at Boondall Entertainment Centre.
REFEREE & SCORING If you are interested in refereeing or scoring bench work during either CIC or home AIC fixtures please come and see me in the gym this week.
4:50pm – 5:40pm
SPC Home Game vs BGS – Callan Centre Court
4:00pm – 4:50pm
SPC Home Game vs BGS– Callan Centre Court
4:50pm – 5:40pm
SPC Home Game vs BGS – Morven Courts, Courts 1
4:00pm – 4:50pm
SPC Home Game vs BGS – Morven Courts, Court 1
4:45pm – 5:30pm 4:00pm – 4:45pm
SPC Away Game vs BGS – M.A. Howell ISC Court 1 Entry via College Road, Spring Hill
3:15pm – 4:00pm 3:15pm – 4:00pm
SPC Home Game vs SPC 5B – Morven Courts, Court 2 SPC Home Game vs SPC 5A – Morven Courts, Court 2
4:00pm – 4:50pm
SPC Home/Supp Game vs GT 5C – Morven Courts, Court 2
4:45pm – 5:30pm
SPC Away/Supp Game vs PAD 5E – Padua Primary Court 1 Turner Road, Kedron
SPC Away Game vs BGS – M.A. Howell ISC Court 1 Entry via College Road, Spring Hill
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Br Chris Pritchard
CIC Tennis Round 1 v Brisbane Grammar School TEAM Team 1,2,5 & 6
TIME Start 8:00am arrive 7:45am
OPPONENT/LOCATION SPC Home Game vs BGS – Deagon Tennis Centre Board Street, Deagon
Team 3,4,7 & 8
Start 8:00am Arrive 7:45am
SPC Away Game vs BGS – Normanby Courts Victoria Park Road, Herston All players to wear correct St Patrick’s College uniform.
All players to provide morning tea please
AIC Tennis Trial v Padua College TEAM
Start 8:30am arrive 8:00am
Coops Tennis Centre – Beams Rd Carseldine
Team U15, U14,U13
Start 8:30am Arrive 8:00am
Shaw Sports Tennis Centre, Shaw Road
All players to provide morning tea please
All players to wear correct St Patrick’s College uniform.
Football FOOTBALL Our AIC Football season has finished but two of our teams continue playing in a SE QLD cup style competition. The U14 Football team travelled to Gympie to play in the Round of 16 of the ISSA against St Patrick’s College, Gympie. with Mr Tony Gallett, Coach, and Br Chris Pritchard, bus driver and assistant manager. St Patrick’s Gympie were quietly confident before the match. But our team was quicker and more skilled scoring three goals in the first five minutes. Thereafter, the match slowed down, Gympie scored a good goal, and the final score was SPC 8 to Gympie 1. A Maccas treat, pleasant trip home and all were pleased with their day, giving thanks to our College Principal and Administration and our Director of Sport. Our 1st Football team also played their Uhlsports Round of 16 match this week against St Peter’s. The 1st won 4-0 in another classy display and now play the winner of SLC V Chisholm College in the quarter finals.
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Br Chris Pritchard MANCHESTER UNITED WITH ST PATRICK’S COLLEGE FOOTBALL Our Harry Smith captained Moreton Bay United Under 15 with Adam Edgar, Liam Fairgrieve and Cameron Holzheimer in the team that won the Manchester United local tournament at Albany Creek in February. The team travelled to Sydney for the Finals played over two weeks in May coming 3rd overall. The top four team captains were invited, courtesy of Nike Australia, to train with the visiting Manchester United (MU) touring team on Friday 19th July. Harry was on Sunrise News with Andy Cole and Fox Sports for an interview with MU and franchising the new Nike Football Boot. The training session witnessed by 20 000 was an eye-opening experience. Harry sat in the VIP area for the match having met MU and the Australian All Stars players receiving shirts signed by all players. Harry commented that: “This was a life changing experience. We were treated like royalty, like a professional footballer. This opportunity, which money can’t buy, gave me an insight of what I want to do with my future in the sport.”
Track and Field
Mr Ryan Schultz
CIC TRAINING (YEAR 5 TO YEAR 7) Tuesday Mornings – 6.45am to 8.00am College Back Oval Friday Mornings – 6.45am to 8.00am College Back Oval
will nominate these) NB: The St Patrick’s College nominated athletes for Long Jump, High Jump and Shot Put will be told by Mr Schultz at training as well as the names will be placed on the Sports Notice Boards around the College.
CIC TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULE
WHAT DO THE ATHLETES WEAR TO THE CIC MEETS?
CIC LEAD UP MEET 1 Sat 27 July
UQ Track Sir Fred Schonell Drive, St Lucia
7.30am to 12 noon (approximately)
CIC LEAD UP MEET – SATURDAY 27 JULY The CIC Lead Up Meet for Saturday 27 July will be held at the University of Queensland Track, Sir Fred Schonell Drive, St Lucia. Private transportation will be required for this meet so should your son be ‘stuck’ for a lift both to and from the venue, can we suggest that ‘carpooling’ may well be a very good option. What your son may compete in: 100m – open to everyone 200m – open to everyone Hurdles – limited to 10 competitors per age group 800m – open to everyone 1500m – open to everyone Long Jump – restricted to 3 competitors per age group (SPC will nominate these) Shot Put – restricted to 3 competitors per age group (SPC will nominate these) High Jump – restricted to 3 competitors per age group (SPC
Cross Country ORGANISATIONAL DETAILS FOR SATURDAY JULY 27 Venue St Laurence’s College Playing Fields 3 Nathan Road, Runcorn (UBD Map 220 Q4) The bus will depart from Pier Avenue at 7:15 am (no later) You need to have on the St Pat’s Cross Country T Shirt. All clothing MUST be St Patrick’s gear including tracksuits. Have your name clearly written on all your clothes You compete in your St Patrick’s Athletic singlet and shorts. If you do not have an Athletic Singlet they are for sale in the clothing store. (including some second hand ones) Alternatively you can borrow a shirt.
All St Patrick’s College athletes must be dressed in identifiable College apparel. The athletes may wear: SPC Athletics Singlet, PE Shorts or Athletics Shorts, College Hat and College Track Top (if required) SPC Athletics Yellow T-Shirt, PE Shorts or Athletics Shorts and College Hat and College Track Top (if required) SPC PE House Shirt, PE Shorts or Athletics Shorts and College Hat and College Track Top (if required) ALL ATHLETES MUST WEAR SHOES (Running spikes are permitted if desired) Please do not allow your son to wear anything else except or one of the three options above. AIC TRAINING (YEAR 8 TO YEAR 12) Monday Afternoons – 3.30pm to 5.00pm at McPherson Park Bracken Ridge Tuesday Afternoons – 3.30pm to 5.00pm at McPherson Park Bracken Ridge Thursday Afternoons – 3.30pm to 5.00pm at Nudgee College Track Note: Bus transportation will be provided from the College to the training venue. Private transportation will be required for pick up at 5.00pm.
Mr Paul Toohey The scheduled race times for Saturday are as follows: Runners are encouraged to stay and support the other St Patrick’s runners. Drink plenty of water and warm down well after your run. Put on warm clothes for the trip home to avoid catching a cold. Enjoy your run Presentations for the meet will take place on the bus as we return to St Patrick’s
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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
Tuesday Evening Street Van Brisbane City 5.00 pm - 8.45 pm
Thursday Morning BBQ Humpybong School 7. 30 am - 9.00 am
Saturday Night BBQ Sandgate Sandgate Lagoon 5.45 pm-8.30 pm
Tuesday, 30 July Michael Doyle, Jordan Vezzoli, Harrison Bull, Isaac Cornish
Tuesday, 30 July Tom DaForno, Finn McBride, Keegan Harmer, Lachlan Munro
Thursday, 1 August Rhys Gwynn-Jones, Zachary Harmer, Jacob Harvey, Donald Johnston, Alex Panaretos, Tom Pearce, John Waterman
Saturday, 3 August Joshua Willmott, Kevin Carroll, Isaac Artuso, Nathaniel Lake
Please Note: If you cannot fulfil your commitment to take part in these service programs, please advise Mrs Righetti ASAP.
UNIFORM SHOP TRADING HOURS TERM TIME TUES 12-4PM, WED 10AM-2PM, THURS 7.30-11.30AM
MESSAGE FROM FINANCE The TERM 3 fee accounts were emailed or posted on the 25 June 2013. Payment of this account was due on MONDAY 08 JULY 2013 unless you have a payment arrangement set in place. Please note that there could be extra charges on the Term 3 account which will need to be paid separately. If you did not receive your account or have any queries please contact Judy Kelly on 3631 9019 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tania Caruana, Natalie Dare, Karen Johns
Debbie Birthsel, Cheryl Keasly
Tue 30 /07
Cheryl Jahnke, Michelle Brinkoff, Sandra Apple-Lake
Wed 31 /07
David Rowe, Christine Rowe, Joanne Humble
Karen Jacobsen, Carmel Moir,
Evelin Lidell, Joanne Casey, Victoria Sutton
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Extra help needed 16 August Athletics Day at Curlew Park. Please call Demetria on 3631 9050.
Term 3 Week 3,4 & 5
WEEK THREE July 27 AIC Cross Country (SLC), CIC T & F Meet 1 (UQ), CIC Tennis v BGS ( H), AIC Tennis Trial v Padua (H)
WEEK FOUR July 30 Spirit Assembly Cross Country July 31 QDU Finals August 02 CIC Basketball v BBC (H) August 03 AIC Cross Country Championships (Limestone Park) CIC T & F (UQ) CIC Tennis v BBC ( H)
WEEK FIVE August 05 Sport Support Group Meeting August 06 AIC Basketball/Tennis Trials Year 12 Drama Productions State Theatre Sports Finals August 07 QDU Finals 3 Year 12 Drama Productions August 09 Year 10 – to 11 Subject Selection Per 1 & 2 Year 8 to 9 Subject Selection Per 3 CIC Basketball v TASS (A) August 10 AIC Tennis/Basketball Trial v SPLC ( A) CIC T & F (NC) CIC Tennis v TSS ( A) St Patrick’s College Calling | 15
Published on Jul 25, 2013
This week is Catholic Education Week across Queensland. At the College Assembly on Tuesday Mr Matthew Hawkins spoke about Catholic Education...