Newsletter Term 3 Week 10

Acting Principal

Toni Riordan

Time for Rest

As we come to the close of the third term, I wish everyone a restful break and hope that you have  time together to reflect on what worked well this term and what may require more focused attention next term.

In Arianna Huffington's book, Thrive, she suggests that taking holidays, meditating and having adequate sleep is essential for anyone hoping to succeed in life. She believes that by shifting the goal posts to include the importance of mindfulness, meditation and 'unplugging devices', we can actually enjoy even greater success in life. Rest is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for all ages. It rejuvenates our body and mind, regulates our mood, and is linked to learning and memory function. On the other hand, not getting enough rest can negatively affect our mood, immune system, memory, and stress level.

I encourage you to rest to renew energy. Good quality rest restores your good mood as well as your capacity to function well.

Congratulations 
  • Further to the news of Patricia Hosking’s AMSI Choose Maths Award, the Qld Association of Maths Teachers has invited her to be the keynote speaker at the Senior Maths Day for teachers in years 11 and 12, talking about the programs she has implemented at the school.

  • The String Quartet - Erin Park (Yr 12), Kate Lee (Yr 12), Isabel Lin (Yr 8) and Emma Aziz (Yr 7) – who played so beautifully at the Zonta District 22 cocktail party on Saturday evening.

  • Year 12 Art students Emma Schoutrop and Talia Newton on their recent success at the Creative Generation Awards for Visual Art. Talia received a Commendation Award and Emma an Excellence Award. Consequently Emma’s installation Cocoon will be part of the state –wide exhibition of 31 student works on exhibit at the Gallery of Modern Art in 2018.

  • The Senior Athletics team - Sachini Godamunne (Year 12), Gabriella Cooper (Year 12), Romany Beckinsale (Year 12), Madison Fanshawe (Year 11), Kate Riethmuller (Year 11), Tayla Behr (Year 9), Shellbee Welsh (Year 9), Georgia Gullo (Year 8) and Angelina Tignani (Year 7) - who came 2nd at the Queensland All School’s Knockout Championships on Saturday and have qualified to compete at the Nationals in Adelaide.

  • Ms Grayson who recently had 2 articles published in The Strategist on defence intelligence.

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WHOLE School

Woolworths Earn & Learn 2017

This year, the Junior School is participating in the Woolworths Earn & Learn program and would appreciate if Senior School families who shop at Woolworths could collect the Earn and Learn stickers and hand them into Reception at the Senior or Junior school. There are also St Aidan’s collection boxes at Woolworths Mt Ommaney, Sherwood, Oxley and Indooroopilly. Thank you for your support!

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National Health & Physical Education Day

HPE DAY Poster

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Play Cricket

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Senior School

Sport

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 Awards Criteria and Nomination Details for the 2017 Sports Awards Evening  are available here.

Music

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Outstanding Volar String Quartet Performance

Congratulations go to the members of the St Aidan’s premier string quartet – Volar Strings (Erin Park, Kate Lee, Emma Aziz and Isobel Lin) for an outstanding performance given as part of the prestigious Zonta Conference held at Royal on the Park over the weekend. Their performance which was delivered with aplomb and vigour was very well received by the audience. Many thanks go to the girls for their commitment to performance excellence and to their musical director Antoni Bonetti (Head of Strings). 

Upcoming performances from Ensemble Volar – BIG SING

On Sunday 29 October, students from Ensemble Volar will be will be involved in a day of rehearsals and a performance as part of the annual Big Sing. Many choirs will be involved on the day and the event will take place at St Aidan’s.

The schedule for the day is as follows:

8:30am Registration

9:00am Workshop One - James Cuskelly

10:30am Morning Tea (provided)

11:00am Workshop Two – Megan Flint

12:30pm Lunch (provided)

1:30pm Concert Preparation

2:30pm Final Concert (Massed and Community Choirs)

Students may wear comfortable casual clothes for the workshops but will be required to change into their full performance uniform (pinafore, white blouse, stockings and black shoes) for the performance. They will also need to bring a water bottle and their music.

Families are welcome to attend the concert at 2:30pm and concert tickets cost $5.

Junior School Art and Music Show

The Junior School Art and Music Show will be held on Wednesday, 11 October 2017, in the Christine Hartland Centre. The performance part of this event runs from 4:40 – 6:30pm and the following groups will be involved:

Junior Singers                                      (Meet 4:30pm in the Auditorium; perform 4:45pm)

Allegro String Quartet                            (Meet 4:30pm in C108; perform 5:00pm)

Wind Ensemble                                     (Meet 4:40pm in C112; perform 5:10pm)

Dolce Strings                                       (Meet 5:00pm in the Auditorium; perform 5:20pm)

Harp Solos/Duets                                  (Meet 5:00pm in the Harp Room; perform 5:30pm)

Junior Band                                          (Meet 5:10pm in C112; perform 5:45pm)

Vivaldi Strings                                      (Meet 5.15pm in the C108; perform 6:00pm)

All students are required to perform in their blue school uniform.

The Music Support Group will be running some raffles on the day of the concert and would greatly appreciate donations of prizes for the hampers. Raffle donations (chocolates, biscuits, bottles of wine, small gift items) can be left with Lyn Raven at the Junior School Office and will be collected at the end of Week 1 Term 4. Additionally, The Music Support Group are running a Whole School Raffle with the main prize a full scholarship to the Cuskelly College Summer School Music Program. This prize is valued $880 and tickets will be available on the day of the concert for $10. The raffle will be drawn at Music Lunch on Friday November 10, 2017. Everyone who has participated in this program has thoroughly enjoyed the experience and more details about the Summer School can be found at: http://documents.soundthinkingaustralia.info/summerschool2018.pdf

If you have any questions please address enquiries to the director of the relevant ensemble in the first instance. Alternatively, contact Dr James Cuskelly on 3373 5999 or j.cuskelly@staidans.qld.edu.au

Grande Concert

On Sunday, 15 October 2017 the St Aidan’s AGS Music Department and Music Support Group will present The Grande Concert. This concert will be held in the Christine Hartland Centre, will start at 3.00pm and will feature the following ensembles:

  • Stage Dance

  • Children Crossing

  • Volar Strings

  • Chorale

  • Four Seasons Strings

  • Symphony Strings

  • Ensemble Volar

  • Arco Strings

  • Community Choir

  • Concert Band

  • Da Capo Strings

  • Symphony Orchestra

Students who are involved in instrumental groups will need to arrive by 2.00pm in order to warm up and organise their instruments, music etc. All String groups are to meet in C108 (Strings room) and all Band students are to meet in C112 (Band room).

All choral groups will need to arrive no later than 2.30pm for a warm up in the Auditorium.

We anticipate the concert will conclude by 5.30pm and encourage students performing earlier in the afternoon to support other performers through their full attendance. Students are reminded that the allocation of pockets later in the year is dependent on attendance at all performances.

Ensemble and choir members are required to dress in the performance uniform. Full details of the performance uniform may be found overleaf. Performance uniforms are available from the Uniform Shop. Students from the Junior School who are performing may wear their formal blue school uniform.

In order to run an event such as this, some parental assistance is required. The Music Support Group is looking for offers of support for the afternoon; all families are asked to bring a plate of sweet or savoury snacks for afternoon tea. They will also run one of their famous raffles and would greatly appreciate donations of prizes for the hampers. Raffle donations (chocolates, biscuits, bottles of wine, small gift items) can be dropped at the P & F Office and will be collected at the end of Week 1 Term 4. Additionally, The Music Support Group are running a Senior School Raffle with the main prize a full scholarship to the Cuskelly College Summer School Music Program. This prize is valued $880 and tickets will be available on the day of the concert for $10. The raffle will be drawn at Music Lunch on Friday November 10, 2017. Everyone who has participated in this program has thoroughly enjoyed the experience and more details about the Summer School can be found at:

http://documents.soundthinkingaustralia.info/summerschool2018.pdf

Alternatively, if you are able to offer some time to assist with preparation, serving or clean-up please contact Anne Kuskopf mylittlekitchen@bigpond.com 0402 121 739. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Paula Hodge paula.hodge@bigpond.com 0411 860 433 if you have any questions or would like to volunteer in some way. This is a great way to support the work of the MSG in fundraising for the Music Department! 

There is no audience charge for this concert and refreshments will be available for purchase during the intermission. As this is one of the key events for our performance ensembles and choirs, we hope you take this opportunity to support your daughter in her musical endeavours through your attendance at this concert.

Please address any enquiries regarding the event to the teacher of the relevant ensemble or Dr James Cuskelly on 3373 5999 or j.cuskelly@staidans.qld.edu.au

Student Commitment

In order to maintain and improve the high standards achieved by our ensembles and choirs, it is expected that students punctually attend all rehearsals and concerts. Just like a sporting team, a commitment by students to attend all rehearsals and performances is imperative. In the case of illness, absences from school or attendance at a camp or school excursion, parents are required to notify the School or the teacher in writing. It is important that this is done, both as a courtesy and to assist teachers in the delegation of “pockets” or “badges” later in the year.

Pockets in the Senior School

Full and half music pockets are awarded to senior school students based on the level of the ensemble attendance at rehearsals and performances. Students are eligible for Strings, Bands or Choir pockets if there is evidence of 100% participation in performances and at least 90% attendance at rehearsals. Excused absences, such as illness and school camps, are not penalised from an attendance record.

Events Calendar

Semester Two

Mon 9 Oct

Music Support Group Meeting

Music Captains

SG02

7:00pm-9:00pm

Wed 11 Oct (Thurs 12 Oct)

Junior School Art & Music Show

JS Ensembles / Choirs

CHC

4:00pm Wednesday only

Sun 15 Oct

The Grande Concert

 

All Senior music students

CHC

3:00-5:00pm

Thurs 26 Oct

Combined Band, Strings, Choir Rehearsal and Concert for AAC

Band/Strings/Choirs

CHC

3:30pm

Sun 29 Oct

Big Sing! Workshop and Concert

QKC

CHC

8:30am-4:00pm

Mon 6 Nov

Music Support Group Meeting

Music Captains

SG02

7:00pm-9:00pm

Mon 6 Nov

Performing Arts Recital

Music students and Music Captains

AUD

4:00pm

Fri 10 Nov

Special Awards Assembly

Solo performance

CHC

8:45am

Fri 10 Nov

 

Music Lunch

SS Ensembles / Choirs

S&T Apron

12:50pm-1:35pm

Fri 10 Nov

Sherwood Community Festival

Music students and Music Captains

Sherwood Road

4:00pm

Mon 13 Nov

Packing for Annual Awards

Music Captains

Kathleen St

7:15am

Mon 13 Nov

Annual Awards Rehearsal

Annual Awards Ceremony

Choirs, Concert Band and Strings

QPAC

QPAC

10:30am – 4pm

7:00pm-9:00pm

Wed 15 Nov

Junior School Extra-Curricular Assembly

JS Music Students

CHC

9:00am

Sun 26 Nov

BSO Concert

All Senior Music Students

CHC

1:00-5:00pm

Sun 31 Dec – Friday 12 Jan, 2018

Summer School Music Program

All music students

St Aidan’s

Final Concert: Friday 12 Jan 2018

6:00-8:30pm

 

2017 Rehearsal Schedule

Weekly instrumental rehearsals are scheduled as follows:

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

 

 

 

Before School

Children Crossing

7:15-8:15am Auditorium (JC)

Ensemble Volar

7:00-8:00am

Auditorium (JC)

Junior Band

7:20-8:20am

C112 (AM)

Vivaldi Strings

7:15-8:15am

C112 (AB)

Chorale

7:15-8:15am

Auditorium (JC)

 

 

 

Dolce Strings

7:30-8:15am

CPG02 (CT)

Wind Ensemble

7:15-8:15am

C112 (SF)

Morning Tea

 

Staccato Strings

(Beginner Ensemble)

CPG05 (LC, MH)

 

 

 

 

 

Activity Time

Yr 3 and 4 Beginner Band Program

(Yr 3 Sem Two only)

C112, C108, CG01, C111

Yr 3 and 4 Beginner Band Program

(Yr 3 Sem Two only)

C112, C108, CG01, C111

Junior Singers

CPG02 (CT)

 

 

 

 

Lunch

Chamber Bands

C112 (AM)

 

 

Allegro (MH), Da Capo (AB), Four Seasons (LC) Chamber Strings

C108, C112, C111, C204

Arco Quartet

Chamber Strings

C108 (AB)

 

Chamber Winds

C108 (SF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

After School

Concert Band

3:30-5:00pm

C112 (AM)

Symphony Strings

3:30-5:00pm

C112 (AB)

Community Choir (Sem Two only)

6.30-8:00pm

Auditorium (JT)

Volar String Quartet

3:30-4:15am

C108 (AB)

Drama Club

3:30-4:30pm

C204 (AJ)

 

 

Senior School Ensembles:

  • Ensemble Volar (auditioned)

  • Concert Band

  • Children Crossing (Yrs 6-8)

  • Symphony Strings

  • Chorale (Yrs 9-12)

  • Chamber Strings (auditioned)

  • Chamber Bands (auditioned)

  • Chamber Winds (auditioned)

  • Wind Ensemble (Yrs 5-9)

Junior School Ensembles:

  • Children Crossing (Yrs 6-8)

  • Wind Ensemble (Yrs 5-9)

  • Vivaldi Strings

  • Junior Singers (Yrs 3-5)

  • Dolce Strings

  • Junior Band

  • Beginner Strings Program (Yrs 1-2)

  • Beginner Band Program (Yrs 3-4)

  • Chamber Strings (auditioned)

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Junior Jottings

Louise Mcguire

  • Nao Visits the Junior School

  • 2017 Junior School Tea Towel

  • STEMies – School Holiday Event – Thursday 28 September

  • Blessing of the Animals – Saturday 7 October

  • St Aidan’s Cookbook Launch – Friday 6 October

  • Art and Music Evening – Wednesday 11 October

  • Super Hero Disco – Friday 20 October

  • Melbourne Cup Lunch – Tuesday 7 November

  • Junior School - Outdoor Film Night – Saturday 18 November

  • Woolworths - Earn and Learn 2017

  • Important Dates

Nao Visits the Junior School – Jackie Child

We were fortunate to have Sam from Brainary Interactive visit the Coding and Robotics Club girls with NAO last week. NAO is the world’s leading and most widely used humanoid robot for education, healthcare, and research. NAO is 58cm tall, autonomous, and a fully programmable robot that can walk, talk, listen to you, and even recognise your face. NAO’s nickname was Rey, from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the girls were enthralled with Rey’s conversation, movements and dancing! To be able to do all of these we discovered that NAO has:

  • 25 degrees of freedom: for movement

  • Two cameras: to see its surroundings

  • An inertial measurement unit: which lets the robot detect if it is upright or sitting down

  • Touch sensors: to detect your touch

  • Four directional microphones: so NAO can hear you!

Amy and Sophie were invited to role play a café scene and Sam used Choregraphe software to program their behaviours with simple drag and drop boxes so they could then converse with Rey. The girls found it exciting to see how Rey interacted and to see if the coding had worked. It was lots of fun with plenty of learning.

The highlight of the visit was watching Rey dance ‘Gangnam Style’. The girls just loved it!

Nao 1 

Capture

2017 Junior School Tea Towel

As a fundraising initiative, the Junior School has created a 2017 Tea Towel. Each child has created a self-portrait to be included in the project. These tea towels are a great keepsake and make wonderful Christmas/Birthday gifts for family and friends! Tea towels are $15 each and you can place your orders NOW via www.flexischool.com.auOrders close 1 October (last Sunday of the school holidays) and will be delivered to your child in the last week of Term 4. Any queries please contact Alex Boyd: smithalexandra_@hotmail.com

teatowel

STEMies – School Holiday Event

Please note that we are again hosting a STEMies holiday event at St Aidan’s. We encourage your daughters to ‘bring a friend’ and enjoy the exciting activities on offer. Places are filling quickly!

Stemies

Blessing of the Animals – Saturday 7 October

Saturday 7 October is the annual St Aidan’s Blessing of the Animals which is once again being held in conjunction with our Year 3 & 4 Family Service. All members of St Aidan’s community are invited to come along, and all pets are welcome regardless of size or shape! We will gather on the lawn outside the Science and Technology Centre for a 4.30pm start and we will finish by 5.30pm. Please make sure your pets are appropriately restrained and if you can’t bring your pet in personally you are welcome to bring a photograph with you. 

P&F - St Aidan’s Cookbook Launch – 6 October

You are invited to join us for the St Aidan’s Cookbook Launch with a champagne high tea in the CHC.

  • 10am Friday 6 October

  • $70 per person (includes glass of champagne on arrival and a cookbook RRP $50)

Tickets are available for purchase on Flexischools until Monday 2 October

Art and Music Evening – Wednesday 11 October

This year’s Art and Music event is being held on Wednesday 11 October (second week of Term 4), commencing at 4:00pm and concluding by approximately 6:30pm. The art work will be displayed in the Christine Hartland Centre and the music groups will perform intermittently throughout the evening. The art work will remain on display for further viewing all day on Thursday 12 October.

Super Hero Disco – Friday 20 October

Invitations for this year’s Junior School Super Hero Disco went home with students earlier this week. Tickets can now be purchased through Flexischools.

Melbourne Cup Luncheon –  Tuesday 7 November

This year, the Melbourne Cup luncheon will be held at the Indooroopilly Golf Club. Tickets are on sale (Flexischools) $110 per person. For more information see the P&F section of the newsletter. Start organising your table now so you don’t miss out!

Junior School - Outdoor Film Night – 18 November

Please note the date for our very first Outdoor Film Night in the Junior School (Junior School Courtyard). More details in the very near future!

film night

Woolworths - Earn and Learn 2017

Don't forget to say ‘yes’ to the Earn and Learn stickers at the register! Each student should now have a sticker sheet or you can simply send stickers to your class teacher. There is also a box at the Junior School Reception and at Woolworths Indooroopilly, Mt Ommaney, Oxley and Sherwood.

Thank you for your support.

Important Dates – Junior School

Term 3 , 2017

WEEK 10

 

14

JS & SS Activity Photos (CHC)

BBC boys visit Prep

15

End of Term 3

Oct 3

Term 4 Commences

 

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Junior SPORT

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Week 10 Term 3 2017 (11/9 –15/9)

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Morning

Morning

Morning

Morning

Morning

 

AC Gymnastics Trials

6.00am – 7.30am

Western Districts

Purtell Park, (entry via Carwoola Street), Bardon

AC Softball Trials

6.45-7.45am

Ambiwerra

 

AC Gymnastics Trials

6.00am – 7.30am

Western Districts

Purtell Park, (entry via Carwoola Street), Bardon

 

Basketball Training

6.45-7.45am

 

Softball Training 6.45-7.45am

Afternoon

Afternoon

Afternoon

Afternoon

Afternoon

No afternoon training this week

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Morning

Morning

Morning

Morning

Morning

 

AC Gymnastics Trials

6.00am – 7.30am

Western Districts

Purtell Park, (entry via Carwoola Street), Bardon

 

 

 

AC Softball Trials

6.45-7.45am

Ambiwerra

 

 

AC Gymnastics Trials

6.00am – 7.30am

Western Districts

Purtell Park, (entry via Carwoola Street), Bardon

Basketball Training 6.45-7.45am

Softball Training 6.45-7.45am

 

 

Swim SquadTraining 2018

Year 2-Year 4

3.30-4.30pm

Year 5-Year 6

3.30-4.45pm

2018 Beyond Athletics

3.45pm-5.00pm

Ambiwerra

Swim SquadTraining 2018

Year 2-Year 4 3.30-4.30pm

Year 5-Year 6

3.30-4.45pm

 

 

 

 

Andrews Cup Gymnastics

The Andrews Cup Gymnastics Teams have been announced and information letters have been sent home to team members providing information on the competition which is to be held at Somerville House on Thursday 2 November.  Trainings will continue Tuesday and Friday mornings at 6am – 7.30am at Western District Gymnastic, Purtell Park, (entry via Carwoola Street), Bardon. On the conclusion of each session, a bus will take the girls back to school.

Team members are to note that there is no training during the holidays; however, recommencement of training will occur on Tuesday 3 October (first day of Term 4). 

West Taylor Bridge Friday Clubs Competition Semester 2 Interschool Sport

The 2017 Walter Taylor Bridge competition has one week left of this term’s competition and I would encourage all girls to commit to their weekly trainings at Ambiwerra.  Games and trainings will recommence first week back on 6 October, 2017.

As a courtesy to staff and other coaches, please note the starting and finishing times for each session.

Training for all teams for all sports (Basketball and Softball) is located at Ambiwerra.

Training sessions and coaches have been confirmed for Basketball and Softball teams – please see below.

Softball Training Sessions

Friday morning 6.45am-7.45am at Ambi

Term 4 training will recommence on Friday 6 October 2017

Girls are reminded to bring their glove and water bottle.

Ms Rowe, Ash Johnson and Hannah King

Basketball Training Sessions

Friday morning 6.45am-7.45am at Ambi

Term 4 training will recommence on Friday 6 October 2017

Ms Child, Raquel Spies and Ms Jeanes-Fraser

Andrews Cup Softball Trials

The Andrews Cup Softball teams will be announced this week with information letters sent home to team members providing information on the competition which is to be held at Downey Park, Windsor on Monday 23 October.

Girls are expected to attend the three lead up trainings on Wednesday mornings from 6.45-8.00am at Ambiwerra.

Girls should aim to attend as many sessions as possible as the Andrews Cup competition is held in the fourth week of Term 4 on Monday 23 October 2017. There is no training during the holidays; however, recommencement of training will occur on Wednesday 4 October at Ambiwerra.

Swimming in PE Term 4

Swimming in PE will commence for all classes on the second day of Term 4. Any medical information that has changed that may impact on a student regarding swimming is to be forwarded to Mrs Raven and Ms Jeanes-Fraser.

Swimming Squad Training (Target Andrew 2018)

Preparation for the 2018 swimming competition season is commencing on Wednesday 4 October at the school’s pool.  Session times are below.

The Junior School is offering four afternoon sessions at the school pool for the commencement of the term.

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 3.30pm – 4.30pm for Year 1 – Year 3 (at St Aidan’s Pool)

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 3.30pm – 4.45pm for Year 4 – Year 6 (at St Aidan’s Pool)

Swimming Cap, Goggles and Water Bottle required

Sessions are designed to prepare girls for the competitive swimming in 2018 (Andrews Cup, Districts and Interschool) and a certain level of swimming ability is a prerequisite for involvement. Girls intending to participate must be comfortable in swimming 25 – 50m in freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke and they must also be able to perform a dolphin kick.

Girls must sign-in the St Aidan’s swimming attendance book at the pool for every session that they attend.

Interhouse Ball Games

The Interhouse Ball Games Carnival will be held on Wednesday 18 October in front of the Science and Technology Building from 1.00pm – 2.00pm.  Girls from Prep through to Year 6 will be involved in an extremely colourful and competitive afternoon of Tunnel Ball, Unders and Overs and ZigZag. All girls are encouraged to wear their house shirts and bring their house spirit for a very entertaining afternoon.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Isabel Goffage (5E) who has been selected in the 12 Years Under Metropolitan West Cricket Team. Wishing you all the very best of luck for the State Championships!

Congratulations to Lucy Guy (6M) for being awarded 3rd place for Clubs in the RG QLD Cup Rhythmic Gymnastics competition last weekend.

Activity Photographs – Thursday 14 September

On Thursday 14 September, a range of Junior School Activity Photographs will be taken. The girls are to wear “browns” (with brown shoes and St Aidan’s white sports socks) for sports activities for all photographs.

Andrews Cup and Interschool Sport Photos

With the Semester One sports concluded, I am looking at collating photos from as many Junior School sporting events as possible. If Sporting Captains or parents have any photos, can they please pass them on via USB or email to t.jeanes-fraser@staidans.qld.edu.au

2017 Key Dates Term 4

4 October 2017 - Swim Squad Training Commences

4 October 2017 - Andrews Cup Softball Training

6 October 2017 - WTB Competition Recommences

18 October 2017 - Interhouse Ball Games

23 October 2017 - Andrews Cup Softball – Downey Park, Windsor

2 November 2017 - Andrews Cup Gymnastics – Somerville House

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P&F

P&F

Click on Read More for: Uniform Shop now online, Annual Melbourne Cup Lunch, Cookbook Launch

Uniform Shop 

Flexischools is now available in the Uniform Shop. Student cards can now be used in the shop. Online shopping will also be available soon.

Cookbook Launch

COOKBOOK LAUNCH Invitation 2017 

Annual Melbourne Cup Lunch

PandF Melbourne Cup Flyer FINAL

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