As noted earlier in the Newsletter, this week the College celebrated the success of our Year 11 students, as they move from their Preliminary Courses to their HSC Courses. Many students have diligently applied themselves to consistently produce their very best effort and this is reflected in their work and this was reflected in the number of students who received awards.
This evening also provided an opportunity for parents/carers and students to engage in the NESA 2020 rules and procedures for the Higher School Certificate. I strongly encourage all students and parents/carers to take the time to familiarise themselves with the information that was provided to ensure there is a clear understanding of NESA and College requirements to successfully complete the HSC.
On Wednesday night, Music students in Years 9, 10 and 11 showcased their musical pieces to staff, students and parents/carers. The work and dedication by students and with the support of their teachers has allowed them to produce exemplary work. A clear reflection of students talents, creativity and hard work was evident in their individual pieces. Congratulations to all students involved.
As we approach the end of the year, I would like to draw your attention to the important dates in which parents/carers are encouraged and warmly invited to attend to witness the successes of 2019 for a range of students across Years 7 -11 :
Year 7-11 Showcase of Arts, Design & TDP: 4 December 2019
Year 7-10 Newman Symposium: 5 December 2019
Stage 4 Awards: 11 December 2019
Stage 5 Awards: 12 December 2019
Mrs Melinda Alvarez, Leader of Learning and Curriculum
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