As we move through November students are working hard in the classroom finishing off work and undertaking assessment in readiness for the final reporting period of the year. Along with the work in the classroom, students have been busy with a wide range of activities outside the classroom.

Zoning in on Sport

Year 8 Boys Cricket Team
Well done to our Year 8 Boys Cricket Team on making it to the Semi Final stage of the Zone competition. Thanks to Mr Danny Gwynne for his great work coaching this team.

Year 7 Boys Baseball
The Year 7 Boys Baseball team also played well in the Zone competition this week losing in the final to Blackburn High School. Thanks must go to Ms Belinda Gatward for her great work coaching this team.

Year 7 Girls Tennis
Well done to our Year 7 Girls Tennis team who finished second in their pool at the Zone competition this week. Thanks to Mr Andrew Morton for his great work coaching this team.

Year 8 Boys Tennis
The boys played well on the day and in a high standard of competition. Congratulations to the team on making it to the Zone competition. Thank you goes to Mr Andrew Morton for his coaching of the team.

Grade 6 to Year 7 Transition

Testing Times
This last week saw our future Year Seven students come to the college to undertake literacy and numeracy testing over three busy days. This testing is used to place students in classes and provides benchmark data for teachers in preparing for our new Year 7 cohort. The students also had the opportunity to tour the Junior Campus helping them with their transition to secondary school.

Primary School Visits

The Junior Campus Leadership Team have been busy visiting our local primary schools as part of the transition process. These visits provide valuable information that helps students move from primary school to secondary college.

 

 

Working Bee – Sunday 12 November

As you can see from the picture the working bee on Sunday 12 November was a great success. It was a productive morning many garden beds being covered with mulch and a number of others being cut back and weeded. Thanks to the many parents, students and staff who attended.

 

 

 

Mr Ian MacLeod
Junior Campus Principal