Text Box: Term 4 Week 7
Tuesday 16th November 2004

 

 

Valedictory evening & supper Wednesday 24th November  at 7:30pm

Yarra Valley Church of England Grammar School – a memorable night for all Year 12’s and their families

 

 

 

 

CONCERT WITH THE STARS

Thursday 25th November – 7.30pm

Ross Wilson performs in our Concert with the Stars to be held at the Yarra Valley Anglican School.  Tickets $25 (adults) and $20 (children/concession) on sale now from the music office.  Make sure you get your tickets soon, don’t be disappointed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principal’s Report

 

Congratulations

A special “Congratulations!” this week to Amy Vine of Year 7.  Amy has been selected into the Northern Region Under 15 Girls Cricket Team.  This is especially noteworthy when you consider that Amy will be eligible to play for the Under 15 team for another three years!!  Well Done Amy.

 

Congratulations also to Greg Thomas who has been appointed Coach (Boys) of the VSSSA Volleyball team in 2005/6

 

Concert with the Stars – Ross Wilson

You may have noted that Ross Wilson was on the telly over the weekend – talking about his work for the Concert for Beslan. In just over a week you too can meet Ross and participate in a fantastic evening of fine music.  The Concert With The Stars is the major Music Support Group fundraising activity for the year – so by supporting this concert you are also supporting the school.  Tickets are selling fast – so make you bookings with Jill in the Music Office – Ph. 9430-5127

 

Working Bee

Over thirty supporters of the school gathered for the final 2004 Working Bee last Sunday.  Much great work was completed and I would like to thank all the friends of the school who have given so generously of their time this year.  I particularly wish to recognise the work of the members of the Grounds Committee. The committee has grown over the year and this is indeed a positive sign for the future.  I would also like to thank School Environment coordinator, John Coates, for another outstanding year’s work.

 

Paul Rose, Principal

 

 

 

THIS WEEK AT EHS

Wednesday 17

Primary Schools Bands Camp this week

Maths Trail 8A & 8C to the Fitzroy Gardens

School Council Meeting 7:30pm

Thursday 18

O&ES Ms Ocean Kayaking to Lorne returns Friday

Maths Trail 8E & 8H to the Fitzroy Gardens

SoSE M/S Colonials, Travel & En 92 to Sovereign Hill Ballarat

Music – Primary Schools Bands Concert 6:30pm – Yarra Valley

Intermediate Band Performance at Montmorency Sec College

Friday 19

Sport VSSSA Final Basketball 7G, 8G, IG

Saturday 20

Jazz Band Eltham McDonalds

Monday 22

Final day for MS students to hand in books for second hand book sales.

SoSE 8H talk by McDonalds Manager

Tuesday 23

Book Sales Year 9 -2005 & Year 10 - 2005

M/S Drama Ensemble Final Presentation in Hall 7:30pm

 

To ALL Canteen Volunteers

We would like to invite you to our Thank you Afternoon tea on 24th November at 2:30pm, please ring 94305122 if you would like to come.

 

Are there some parents who would like to receive the newsletter via email? If so, go to our website, www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au click on the Newsletter link and choose subscribe, fill in the form and the newsletter will be emailed to you each week.

 

THIS WEEK IN SOSE

M/S Environmental

Students visited the Melbourne Aquarium last Friday to study the human impact on the oceans and marine life.  They were very fortunate in seeing feeding time in the coral atoll and the oceanarium.

Remembrance Day

Katherine Stirling, Lauren Samphier, Petrice Fatchen, Rebecca Nippers, Madeline Howell, Amy Majoor and Lauren Egan attended the Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Eltham RSL last Thursday.  Rebecca made a short presentation to the gathering which included three other local schools and flowers were taken in honour of the occasion.  The attendance by the Eltham High School students was really appreciated by the RSL members.  Thank you to the Year 9 girls who attended the ceremony and to the hospitality given to them.

Helen Morris, SoSE teacher

 

SPORT SPORT SPORT

Volleyball

Under 15 and under 17 State Titles

Unfortunately were cancelled as too few teams had entered.

Australian Schools Cup

Players have been given payment details.  Further details will be distributed next week.

 

Special offer for Australian Schools Volleyball Cup.  I can get “active Ankle” ankle guards for$ 66 each. ASICS knee pads for $ 25.  If anyone wants to place an order please let me know by Thursday.

 

Upcoming dates

Senior Boys Training – Sunday 21 and 28 November.

VSSSA volleyball finals 7 & 8’s – Wed 1st December

National Schools Volleyball Cup – Dec 5th – 10th.

Greg Thomas, Volleyball Program Coordinator

 

LIBRARY NEWS

The end of the year is fast approaching and it is time for all those long lost library books to be returned.    There are a number of students who require a gentle reminder to return borrowed items.    If parents could just check with their children as to whether there is anything that needs to be returned, it would be greatly appreciated.

 

On a brighter note Eltham Bookshop will be hosting a number of literary events.

 

17/11/04     Sandy Jeffs Poetry Reading and book signing at Eltham Bookshop

22/11/04     Don Watson, author of Weasel Words, talk and book signing at Montsalvat

28/11/04     Martine Murray, author of Henrietta, children’s event, talk, book signing at Eltham Bookshop (see below)

14/12/04      Arnold Zable, author of Scraps of heaven, talk and book signing at Eltham Bookshop

 

For bookings and further information phone Eltham Bookshop on 9439 8700

 

Also don't forget about Chatterbooks, Eltham Bookshop's Bookclub of kids on the fourth Sunday of each month, 3.30-4.30pm.   Chatterbooks End of Year Party is on Sunday, 28th November, featuring Martine Murray, author of Henrietta.

Henrietta is a sassy little girl with a big imagination and a LOT to say. Adventurous, wry and rebellious this beguiling cross between “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Clarice Bean, That’s Me” is a perfect for kids of all ages. A wonderful mixture of fancy, wisdom and cheek.

Bookings are essential

 

Congratulations to Tyneal Colban-Kirk, Jess Cox, Laura Gray, Simon Harcourt and Kathry Knight

for their efforts in the MS Readathon 2004.  They raised a total of $469.40 which will help continue research into the causes of and a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Well done.

Rhonda Malone, Librarian

 

REMINDER NOTICE -BOOKS ON LOAN 2004

Parents are reminded that if their children have borrowed books from the school these need to be returned to my office as your child/children complete the school year. 

If you require books for next year please contact Sue Keating to make arrangements.

Brendan Monigatti, Students Welfare Coordinator

 

MUSICAL NOTES

Stage Band perform at the Eltham Festival – Sat 13th November

The weather held off last Saturday for the last big public show of this great group.  Members performed at the Town Square for the Eltham Festival crowds and gave a memorable performance.

 

Upcoming performances

Jazz Band at McDonalds Eltham Sat 20 November.

The Jazz Band will be performing between 12 noon and 1pm at McDonald’s as part of the McHappy Day Celebrations.

 

Stage Band and VCE Vocal Ensemble perform at the Valedictory evening Wednesday 24th November.

 

Christmas Family Concert – Thurs 2nd December

 

Symphonic Band at Judge Book Village on Sun 5th December

Intermediate Band at Eltham High School for Orientation Day – Tuesday 7th December

 

Symphonic Band at Montmorency South PS Carols Concert – Wednesday 8th December

 

Concert with Ross Wilson – Thursday 25th November 7:30pm at Yarra Valley Anglican School.

Tickets are selling quickly for this special event.  To avoid delays and congestion in the foyers on the night, please be sure to purchase your tickets from the Music Office.  Tickets are $25 (adults) and $20 (children/concession)

Ken Waterworth, Director of Music

 

Music continued over page

 

Music Support Group News

'THE' Concert is drawing nearer - ask friends and family to join you for a great night of entertainment!  Tickets – make a great idea as an 'early' Christmas gift for someone.  Avoid disappointment -  phone the Music Office for tickets NOW!

The Twilight Christmas Concert, Dec. 2nd - the MSG have a 'Christmas Hamper' raffle - can you donate something 'Christmassy' for the hamper? Donations can be left at the Music Office.  Any queries about the Music Support Group, contact Jill on 9439 9673.

 

WORKING COMMUNITY / ADVANCE

Community Projects being run by teams from Working Community are now being completed. The skateboard event was held as part of the Panton Hill Festival with lots of kids and a few adults enjoying the skate ramps and refining their skills. The indoor soccer match, raising funds for the Royal District Nursing Service, has been completed. Last Friday the Cricket Coaching Clinics being run as part of the Montmorency South Primary School sports program came to a conclusion, and on Sunday, as part of the Eltham Town Festival, a very successful Battle of the Bands was held. The winning band was The Knockabouts a very entertaining ska band. The final project to be completed will occur in early December when there will be a junior school disco.

 

On Thursday afternoon there will be a presentation event at the Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre when all the local schools that have been part of Working Community / Advance will showcase their achievements and receive certificates of completion. All parents are invited to come along from 4pm to 6 pm to see what young people can achieve when they take responsibility for their own learning.

Trevor Jenkins, Assistant Principal Community

 

HEALTH NEWS

As the summer (hopefully) approaches so does the headache season.  A high number of students, who come to me with headaches, particularly in the afternoon, have not drunk enough during the day.  Some in fact have had nothing at all since breakfast.  Even more alarming some students have not had breakfast or lunch.  Saying that they will make up for it when they get home does not help their bodies at all.

I would encourage all parents to ensure that their children have plenty to drink during the coming hot months.

A good idea is to freeze a water bottle or juice box overnight and put it in with the lunch box.  Not only will this be more pleasant to drink at lunch time, it will also help keep the lunch fresh.

Students are also encouraged to use sunscreen when outside.

Sunscreen is always available from the sick bay if the need arises.

Joy Snow, Sick Bay Attendant

 

Parent members of School Council – available for contact via the General Office

Pam Blewett, Richard Browne, John Considine,

Sue Dyet, Peter Hanlon, Tamara Knowles, Jill Tait and Grace Tham

WORKING BEE REPORT 14TH Nov 2004

After all the inclement weather and floods the skies cleared to allow our final Working Bee to proceed full steam ahead.  A healthy 35 committed individuals turned out to make the event a great success and all planned tasks were completed just in time for our barbeque lunch.  A summary of the tasks completed on the day included the following:

ü       Fencing Mark IV on the northern side of the 400’s block was completed as planned.

ü       Significant amounts of weeding and mulching were completed in the Environmental area adjacent to the tennis courts.

ü       The paving inside the Greenhouse was completed and planned.  Well done to Frank and Taran.

ü       A significant amount of Gutter sweeping was completed around the front of the school.

ü       The Rabbit-proof fence around the tennis courts was reaffixed and upgraded.

ü       A significant amount of brush cutting and mowing was completed on the western oval and surrounds.

ü       Tree guarding and mulching were completed in the area adjacent to the 400’s block

ü       Weeding, pruning and tidying were completed in the north west corner of the school.

ü       A tree that succumbed to the inclement weather was chain sawed and removed from thew Courtyard complex.  More mulch thanks!

Thanks again to the superb efforts of our Grounds Committee Group.  To Bob Ackland, Philip Green, Bruce Voisey, John Prenc, Linda Hughes, Sue Hamilton-Green, Adam Boulter, Gordon Williamson and Frank Medcalf for their organization, provisioning and commitment on the day.  Thanks and well done.

The following families and individuals are acknowledged for their attendance and efforts on the day.  Skelly, Whitechurch, Jarvis, Adamson, Clendinnen, Paul, Skeen, Essing, Rank, Paul and Linda Smith, Isabel Hamilton-Green, Boyle, Michelle and Hannah McCarthy, Ipsen, Amy and Tim Coates, Jean and Derek Russell, Anderson, Taylor and Rose.

This Working bee is the final effort for the year and we are as a Committee proud of our improvements.  Thanks to around 400 individuals who have turned up to our events this year and to all the improvements that have bee realised.  We will be back bigger, better and stronger in 2005.  Thanks again to all those individuals who have supported our group over the past 12 months.

John Coates, Environment Coordinator for the Grounds Committee

 

FROM THE CAREERS ROOM

Year 9 Work Experience

The deadline for Year 9 Work Experience forms to be handed in is this Friday, 19th November.  Students should be actively seeking Work Experience now.

Students less than 15 are expected to be at school whilst Work Experience is on, a special program will be in operation.

 

Continued next page

Apprenticeship available - Gluten & Wheat-free Baker

Uncle Rick’s is a small chain of bakeries who only bake Gluten & Wheat-free goods.  They are opening a new store at the Diamond Village shopping centre, Watsonia.  They are looking for someone 16-18 years, male or female who is bright, eager and willing to learn.  Contact me if interested.

 

Hairdressing Information Session - NMIT

Students interested in a Certificate II and III Course in hairdressing should attend this session. Interviews and an informal aptitude test will be held for those wishing to enrol.

Monday 29th November at 3pm

Preston Campus Building G, Room G212

Book on 9269 1342 or

email: Christies-bs@nmit.vic.edu.au

 

Pre-Apprenticeship courses

These are an excellent idea if students know they want to do a trade. There are serious skill shortages in a lot of the trades and now is the time to apply to do these courses next year. See me in the Careers Room for further information and direct contact details for RMIT, Box Hill and NMIT.

 

Work Experience at Leader Newspapers

I have application forms for their 2005 program. Students in Years 11 and 12 are given preference over year 10 students. See me in the careers Room if interested.

Peter Goddard, Careers Teacher

 

END OF YEAR CALENDAR

Term 4

NOW

Formal photos ordered by Nov 15 will be available for pick up Nov 19.  Photos can be viewed and ordered also on Valedictory evening in the foyer at Yarra Valley Anglican School

19/11

Yr 12 VCE Unit 4 Exams end

23/11

Yr 11VCE Unit 2 Exams end

24/11

Yr12 Valedictory night

Yr 11 to 12 Transition begins

25/11

Concert with the Stars       see Music section

26/11

Yr 11 to 12 Transition ends

Last Day

29/11

Year 10 to 11 Transition & leadership activities begin

Yr 9 Work Experience begins

3/12

Year 10 to 11 Transition & leadership activities begin

Last Day

10/12

Yr 9 Work Experience ends

 

ORIGINAL ART WORKS FOR SALE

The school community are reminded of the invitation to view and buy small original artwork on canvas boards done by students in the following classes.

Self portraits 7E, 7F and M/S Painting / Landscapes M/S Art & Drawing Group / Graphic Designs 7D, 8D, 8H, 8B / Picasso Portraits 8J

These are for sale through the cashier for $5 each.  Your selection can be made at the Art Department, for $15 you may wish to select a suitable frame to make this into a delightful Christmas present.

Barb Gregory on behalf of the Active Arts Student Group

TIME TABLE for 2ND HAND BOOK SALES

Yr level in 2004

Hand in books

Yr level in 2005

Buy books

Hand in book lists for Nth of the Yarra

12

Mon

29 Nov

 

 

 

11

Mon

29 Nov

12

Tues

30 Nov

Thurs

2 Dec

10

Mon

22 Nov

11

Tues

30 Nov

Thurs

2 Dec

9

Mon

22 Nov

10

Tues

23 Nov

Thurs

25 Nov

8

Fri

3 Dec

9

Tues

23 Nov

Thurs

25 Nov

7

Fri

3 Dec

8

Mon

6 Dec

Tues

7 Dec

6

 

7

Mon

6 Dec /

Tues 7 Dec

Tues

7 Dec

 

C A N T E E N   R O S T E R   

November 2004

Wed 17

Sharon Dimech, Jamie Kelly, Rhonda Williamson

Thurs 18

Sue Ball, Glenda Guilfoyle, Maritta Car

Fri 19

Meg Davis, Debra Edgell

Mon 22

Renate  Burke, Debbie Baker

Tues 23

Jenny Harcourt, Margaret Summerton

Wed 24

Sue Costelow, Janet Oates

 

 

 

S C H O O L   C A L E N D A R

November 2004

Wed 17 until

Tues 23

see front page

Wed 24

Year 12 Valedictory Evening & Supper Yarra Valley CEGS 7:30pm

Thurs 25

Thank you afternoon tea for Canteen volunteers – see notice

Music- Concert with the Stars Yarra Valley – rehearsals from 3pm

Fri 26

Last day of classes Year 10 & Year 9

Year 11 last day

Mon 29

Work Experience Year 9 (over 15yrs)

Year 10 Peer Support Training & Orientation for Yr 11

Other years transition until 3 December

Dec 2 Thurs

Music – Break up Barbeque and Twilight Concert at EHS

Fri 3

M/S students out of lockers

Year 10 last day

Sun 5

Sport Volleyball National Schools Cup

 

 

 

Thank you to all the people who have contributed to our food for refugees appeal.  All contributions to the box in the foyer gratefully accepted.

Thanks to all George Franklin/Brendan Monigatti

For all Community Announcements & Year 11 exam timetable see the web version of this newsletter

 

Community Announcements/Advertising

 

Soccer Goals Fundraiser Raffle

Tickets on sale canteen courtyard 1st 20 minutes each lunch time  Tickets 50c each or five for $2

Be in the run for 5 huge prizes

DVD player / Discman / Skate Park Passes / Skate & Surf Shop vouchers / Ski Gear

Money raised goes to buying soccer goals and a Care Australia child who will receive sports gear and of course a soccer ball.

Thank you to our sponsors

Box Hill Skate & Surf

Eltham Leisure Centre

Sportsco – Greensborough

Gibsons City & Surf, Eltham

Melbourne Snowboard Centre

 

BLOOD DONORS NEEDED URGENTLY!

Northern Donor Centre needs 50 extra donors TODAY, and 320 extra donors next week.

Please make an appointment to donate.  Donate with a mate and save twice as many lives.

Northern Donor Centre

LaTrobe University Medical Centre

Off Plenty Road, Bundoora

Mon & Fri 8:30am -4pm

Tues-Thurs 8:30am-7:45pm

Call 13 14 95 for appointments or further information

 

FOR SALE TO A GOOD HOME

Working Ovens - Chef Electric,

- St George upright Electric

Please contact

Bruce Martyn, Business Manager 9430 5105

 

Banyule & Nillumbik Youth Services

An Evening for Parents and Family members of Same Sex Attracted and Transgender young people

Monday 22 November 2004 6:30-8:30pm

Nillumbik Community Health Service

9127 Main Road, Eltham

Phone 9431 1333

 

ICS Learning Group

Summer School Workshops 2005

For students in Years 9, 10, 11 & 12 in 2005

These popular workshops open to all students, will be held at MLC Kew commencing 10 Jan 2005

VCE preparation 1 & 2, and 3 & 4, IB Preparation Advanced Reading Skills, Study skills, Essay Writing Skills

Class sizes are limited.  Early booking essential

Enrol hotline 9818 2139 or online www.skillscentre.com.au

 

 

Lawn Bowls

Interested staff and students who would like to investigate lawn bowls are invited to attend the Montmorency Bowling Club (Petrie Park) on the last Sun day of every month (except Dec) between 10 am and 12 noon.  These are free open mornings and only sneakers are required.  For further information please ring Andrew on 9437 2048

 

 

Fairhaven/Aireys Inlet

SC Unit with ocean view available before Christmas & after 12-1-05

041731 8377 / 5289 6870

 

Victoria Police

Internet/Child Pornography Information Evening

Thursday 18th November – 7:30pm-9pm

The Manningham Function Centre (Manningham Council Offices) 699 Doncaster Road, Doncaster

Please register your interest to attend

Doncaster Police Station 9841 0222

Susan.mclean@police.vic.gov.au

Elizabeth.sidiropoulos@police.vic.gove.au

 

Eltham Little Theatre’ Old Thyme Music Hall

The Furtive Fortunes of Fickle Fate

4 Nov – 4 Dec Thurs, Fri & Sat

Curtain prompt 8pm

All seats $16 - bring your own food, drinks & glasses

Eltham Performing Arts Centre, Main Rd, Research Melways 22Hi

Bookings 9437 1574 - Tables going quick

 

 

Seeking Volunteer Host Families

Southern Cross Cultural Exchange is an Australian non-profit student exchange organization that assists students in furthering tolerance, international understanding and to further learning, self-knowledge and awareness.

We currently have students aged between 15 and 18 from countries such as Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and USA waiting to be hosted by volunteer Australian Families.

You can host a student from 3 months to 10 months depending on your circumstances.  What a great way to bring another culture and family member into your home!

High School exchange programs are also available to Australian students wishing to travel and study abroad.  Call now for a brochure and information on students arriving in February 2005. (All students have full medical coverage and will bring their own spending money.)

Southern Cross Cultural Exchange: National Office 9775 4711 or Toll free 1800 500 501

 

Yarra Valley ARTS Council

Hosts the 9th Annual Summer School of Music & Art!

Jan 10-15, 2005 in Healesville

Courses include – pastel drawing, life drawing, contemporary painting, water colour, nature photography, choir, jazz improvisation, a cappella singing, hip-hop dancing, sculpture for the garden, mandalas, hand-made books & jewellery making PLUS film-making for Youth & Arts for kids

Enquiries 5962 3340 / 0423 932 483

Early bird discounts available

 

Ever Thought about Fostering?

Kids in need of foster care far out-number the foster carers available.

Can you give a child or young person a place to call home for a while?

Your local foster care program can provide you with training, support and a non-taxable allowance.

For more information on fostering and how to get involved ring The Publicity and Recruitment Unit for Foster Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9458 5788

 

 

Host Families and Exchange Students

Exchange students from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Belgium, Japan, Austria, Russia, America, Canada, Italy & Brazil are coming here late January 2005, hoping to be placed with volunteer host families.  Should you be all interested in adding a boy or girl aged 15-18 to your family for 2, 3, 5 or 10 months to share your lifestyle, so establishing a life-long relationship with the other person you choose and his/her family overseas, please phone Klaus Schurmann on 9758 4279  Your call will be very welcome.  If you wish to go overseas yourself as an exchange student, please ring.

 

 

Sacred Heart Parish Diamond Creek Annual Parish Ball will be held Friday May 20th 2005.  Any girls interested in the Debutante Set for this ball can contact Jenny Kennedy 9438 1812 (after 6pm) for further information on costs, dates of practice, etc.

 

Attention Parents & Senior Students

PROPOSED CAMP: OUTBACK TOUR

CENTRAL AUSTRALIA & THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

I will be offering a bus/plane camping tour of the Red Centre and for North Queensland is 2005.  A new bus company has offered this unusual combination of experiences highlighting two of our country’s most famous geographical features – Ayers Rock and the Great Barrier Reef.  Other features will be sleeping underground at Cooper Pedy, exploring Kings Canyon, the Gorges of the West MacDonnell Ranges, the mines of Mount Isa and the gold rush town of Charters Towers, not to mention a cruise down the Daintree River!

Tour dates will be 18-6-05 -2-7-05 (last week of Term 2 and first week of the holidays – 15 days)

It will be available to students in Years 12, 11 and 10.  Costing has yet to be completed but I believe it will be in the vicinity of $1600.  We will take 40-44 students.

A meeting will be called for interested students and an itinerary will be distributed along with a form for those expressing an interest in this tour.

Greg Wakeman, tour organizer

 

 

 

YEAR 11 EXAM TIME TABLE

DATE

PERIOD 1 & 2

ROOM

PERIOD 3 & 4

ROOM

PERIOD 5 & 6

ROOM

MONDAY  
15TH NOV.

HISTORY

903

OUTDOOR ED.   CERAMICS

HALL

FOOD TECH

HALL

TUESDAY  16TH NOV.

ENGLISH   

HALL

(A - F) LIBRARY (G - J)

MATHS METHODS

HALL

POLITICS  

VCD

HALL

WEDNESDAY 17TH NOV.

GEN. MATHS A

GEN.MATHS B

HALL (GMA  + GMB2A) 903

PHOTOGRAPHY

ECONOMICS

HALL

CHEMISTRY

DT. FIBRES

HALL

THURSDAY 18TH NOV.

HHD

PHYSICS

HALL

INFO TECH

LITERATURE

R.Gribble - HHD

903

904

BUSINESS MAN

PHILOSOPHY

904

FRIDAY

19TH NOV.

MEDIA

S.Doody - Physics

904

VET MULTIMEDIA A

418

VET MULTIMEDIA B

418

MONDAY 22ND NOV.

PSYCHOLOGY

S.Doody - Business Man.

903

904

BIOLOGY

S.Doody - Economics

903

904

LEGAL STUDIES

ART

903

904

TUESDAY  23RD NOV.

INDONESIAN
PHYSICAL ED.

903

904

DRAMA

DT. WOOD

YR.10 GEN. MATHS A

903

904

901 / 902

FRENCH

Students have been assigned times

MUSIC STYLES

 

 

 

903

 

 

WEDNESDAY  24TH NOV.

COURSE AND PROMOTION INTERVIEWS AS REQUIRED
CHO, BAL, FRA, LIL, PAR.

THURSDAY 25TH NOV.

YEAR 12 2005 ORIENTATION

FRIDAY

26TH NOV.

YEAR 12 2005 ORIENTATION