"Golf without bunkers and hazards would be lame. So would life.
B.C Forbes (1880 - 1954)
Dear Parents & Guardians,
This Friday, staff members and fathers at Coogee Prep will be commencing growing their moustaches to raise money and awareness for Men’s Health.
As an incentive, the class with the highest percentage of fathers participate in growing a moustache, will receive class points at the end of the month.
1st – 350 points
2nd – 200 points
3rd – 100 points
There will be a link sent out during the course of the month, in which families can donate to this cause if they would like to support it.
We are all looking forward to seeing staff members and fathers being involved in such an important cause and to the moustaches that will result!
Thank you for your support
Mr Matthew 'Moustachio' Sarkies
Year 3 Teacher and Head of SRC
Dear ParentsWe have changed suppliers (to Engine Swimwear for our Coogee Prep branded swimwear to ensure a far better quality garment.As we are unsure as to the quantity we need, we are taking pre-orders for these now to ensure we meet demand.The cost is $62.50.If you already have CPS swimmers (blue or black) it is fine to keep wearing them. The smallest size in the new Jammers is a size 8 and the largest is 20. If you order a size that is too small we can exchange it for the bigger one but remember these are very close fitting and boys grow fast! Think of the size they will be in February - not now.Click here to pre-order and pay.
Kindergarten Jamie Stergoulis
Year 1 Calvin Lam
Year 2 Harry Richards
These are held each year for the Primary boys in Chess, Tennis and Table Tennis. Years 3 and 4 compete in the Junior competition and years 5 and 6 in the Senior one. Winners of each competition receive a trophy at Speech Day.
The tennis competition will continue tomorrow for the Juniors
[Thursday 31st October] starting at 3pm and finishing at 4pm. Boys can be picked up at 2.45 from the carline and may bring a change of clothes or just shoes [ no school shoes please ].
Freddie Fullerton won the Senior competition last week, beating Brooklyn Lagos in the final. Excellent play and sportsmanship was on show from both boys- well done!
Aidan and Ethan Zorbas are fundraising for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. They will be walking 5kms for Cure Brain Cancer this Sunday the 3rd of Nov at Centennial Park.
The boys have a fundraising page to help them raise as as much money as possible.
Any money given (no matter how large or small) will go a long way to helping them reach their target.
Joshua Prazan recently represented Coogee Prep in the state Judo competition and was thrilled to receive his banner and certificates of participation. Well done Joshua!