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// Its GRAND FINALS time! // Everyone who is not playing sport this Saturday should come and cheer on one of our five ISA grand final teams! Our Senior 1sts, Junior 1sts and Junior 2nds netballers are all tipping off at 9am at the Genea Netball Centre, so netball fans will need to be quick on their toes to get around and support all three teams. At Wanderers Football Park, our 1st XI girls will be playing Oxley College on field 8 from 9.15am, while the 16A boys kick off at 1pm on field 10 against St Patricks College. Good lucks to all the players and their coaches - its going to be epic!Come and show some #SACSPride this Saturday!Genea Netball Centre is at: Sydney Olympic Park - 2 Olympic Blvd.
The Wanderers Football Park is at: Gate B, 81 Eastern Road, Rooty Hill

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// It's GRAND FINALS time! // Everyone who is not playing sport this Saturday should come and cheer on one of our five ISA grand final teams! Our Senior 1sts, Junior 1sts and Junior 2nds netballers are all tipping off at 9am at the Genea Netball Centre, so netball fans will need to be quick on their toes to get around and support all three teams. At Wanderers Football Park, our 1st XI girls will be playing Oxley College on field 8 from 9.15am, while the 16A boys kick off at 1pm on field 10 against St Patrick's College. Good lucks to all the players and their coaches - it's going to be epic!

Come and show some #sacspride this Saturday!

Genea Netball Centre is at: Sydney Olympic Park - 2 Olympic Blvd.
The Wanderers' Football Park is at: Gate B, 81 Eastern Road, Rooty Hill
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Happy Friday! Yesterday some Middle School students who had earned Academic Honours and Academic Effort awards this semester were congratulated by our senior staff on their efforts, in a morning tea.Congratulations to all our students who have been working exceptionally hard all semester!

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Happy Friday! Yesterday some Middle School students who had earned Academic Honours and Academic Effort awards this semester were congratulated by our senior staff on their efforts, in a morning tea.

Congratulations to all our students who have been working exceptionally hard all semester!
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Take a sneak peek at our Junior School musical: Madagascar 📸Students have been hard at work preparing for the opening performance which is only seven days away. Tickets are still available, youre not too late! Find out more about the musical and book your seats here: https://sacsevents.ptly.com/ocd.aspx?action=showReunion&reunionName=E159

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Take a sneak peek at our Junior School musical: Madagascar 📸

Students have been hard at work preparing for the opening performance which is only seven days away. Tickets are still available, you're not too late! Find out more about the musical and book your seats here: sacsevents.ptly.com/ocd.aspx?action=showReunion&reunionName=E159
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I can’t wait to see it 🤩

Surely we go Sarah Tamara

A group of our adventurous Year 9 students had a fabulous outdoor experience in the first week of August, travelling along the Murray River in canoes for five days, encountering stunning starry nights under canvas, clear sunny days and a river full of life. Our Outdoor Education programmes offer a wide range of challenging and rewarding experiences that equip our students to be resilient problem-solvers. #lifegivinglearningThanks must go to our staff photographer Lloyd for sharing these images.

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A group of our adventurous Year 9 students had a fabulous outdoor experience in the first week of August, travelling along the Murray River in canoes for five days, encountering stunning starry nights under canvas, clear sunny days and a river full of life. Our Outdoor Education programmes offer a wide range of challenging and rewarding experiences that equip our students to be resilient problem-solvers. #lifegivinglearning

Thanks must go to our staff photographer Lloyd for sharing these images.
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It was a joy to journey with the kids on such an iconic Australian backdrop; that being the Murray River, orange dirt, River red gums and 1000s of cockatoo's. I heard the kids on the last day even got to see a wild Koala 🐨!

William loved it!

The tennis season came to a close last weekend with two fabulous finals wins for two of our teams. Congratulations to Teams 6 and 14 who finished as Premiers of their respective divisions.It was a close call for Team 6 who needed to win one of their last two doubles matches. With tensions high, both matches ended in tie breakers and both teams were down six points to three, facing three match points. That was until students Ben and David won five points in a row to claim victory.Game, set, match 🎾

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The tennis season came to a close last weekend with two fabulous finals wins for two of our teams. Congratulations to Teams 6 and 14 who finished as Premiers of their respective divisions.

It was a close call for Team 6 who needed to win one of their last two doubles matches. With tensions high, both matches ended in tie breakers and both teams were down six points to three, facing three match points. That was until students Ben and David won five points in a row to claim victory.

Game, set, match 🎾
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‘Twas great to be there to see the SACS players bring their best. 🥇🥇

Well done to all. Great result!

Fantastic effort!

Congratulations

Go Ben!

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Year 11 IB Business Management visited the Lindt Headquarters last week to learn about how the organisation implements business strategies in the Australian chocolate market from CEO Michael Schai.They also toured the facilities and sampled a few of the products, of course! 😉🍫The excursion will help the students as they write essays about a business case study. Theyll have plenty to write about!

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Year 11 IB Business Management visited the Lindt Headquarters last week to learn about how the organisation implements business strategies in the Australian chocolate market from CEO Michael Schai.

They also toured the facilities and sampled a few of the products, of course! 😉🍫

The excursion will help the students as they write essays about a business case study. They'll have plenty to write about!
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Our girls theatresport teams had quite the weekend! They took out joint first place alongside Meriden at the annual All Girls Shield Theatresports competition.Congratulations Isabel, Lois, Erin, Ginger, Grace and Ana. They hold the shield aloft as worthy winners 🏆

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Our girls theatresport teams had quite the weekend! They took out joint first place alongside Meriden at the annual All Girls Shield Theatresports competition.

Congratulations Isabel, Lois, Erin, Ginger, Grace and Ana. They hold the shield aloft as worthy winners 🏆
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Its Grand Final time! We have five teams through to their respective winter sports Grand Finals this weekend after semi-final wins on Saturday. Congratulations to:16As Boys Football // 2-1 win against St Pius
1st XI Girls Football // 6-0 win against Redlands
1st VII Netball // 11 point win against Oakhill
Junior 1sts Netball // 1 point win against Blue Mountain Grammar
Junior Bs NetballStay tuned for the match fixtures to find out where and when you can support our teams! Go SACS.

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It's Grand Final time! We have five teams through to their respective winter sports Grand Finals this weekend after semi-final wins on Saturday. Congratulations to:

16As Boys Football // 2-1 win against St Pius
1st XI Girls Football // 6-0 win against Redlands
1st VII Netball // 11 point win against Oakhill
Junior 1sts Netball // 1 point win against Blue Mountain Grammar
Junior Bs Netball

Stay tuned for the match fixtures to find out where and when you can support our teams! Go SACS.
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Squash team had their Grand Finals last week. 🏆

We have some new residents at our Kirrikee Outdoor Education Centre. The trees are a mix of sheoak (allocasuarina) and eucalyptus, planted in order to enhance the habitat of the Glossy Black Cockatoos in the area after the devastation of the bushfires in 2019. Were looking forward to having a few more cockatoos around in the future!The initiative is part of the Glossies in the Mist - Saving our Species project funded by the NSW Government.

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We have some new residents at our Kirrikee Outdoor Education Centre. The trees are a mix of sheoak (allocasuarina) and eucalyptus, planted in order to enhance the habitat of the Glossy Black Cockatoos in the area after the devastation of the bushfires in 2019. We're looking forward to having a few more cockatoos around in the future!

The initiative is part of the 'Glossies in the Mist - Saving our Species project' funded by the NSW Government.
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Last Friday students in Year 10 displayed their personal projects throughout the Bishop Barry Centre. These projects are the culmination of their efforts over the Middle Years Programme (MYP) which runs from Years 7-10 and aims to help students consider the way they approach their own learning.Each student selected a project to work on and with careful thought and research, brought it to completion. Well done students!

1 week ago

Last Friday students in Year 10 displayed their personal projects throughout the Bishop Barry Centre. These projects are the culmination of their efforts over the Middle Years Programme (MYP) which runs from Years 7-10 and aims to help students consider the way they approach their own learning.

Each student selected a project to work on and with careful thought and research, brought it to completion. Well done students!
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We are heading into the final weeks of our winter sport competition. The final games of our senior fencing competition resulted in some epic head-to-head battles to determine the Year 10-12 champions, with Julias winning the boys championship and Mads winning the girls championship.It was also the final round of our squash competition and it was a great achievement to have three of our teams in the finals. Our 1sts team went down 3-0 to Barker but won the runner-up trophy. Our 2nds team won 2-1 and were undefeated throughout the season to claim the title. Our 3rds went down 2-1 to a strong Knox team.In football, our first XI girls team has finished on top of the table, undefeated, with the semi-finals on this Saturday. Three of our boys teams – the 16As, 15As and 14As –  have also advanced to the semi-finals.Out of our four ISA hockey teams, the third XI made it through to the semi-finals. In the ISA netball competition, our Junior 1 side finished on top of the ladder and our Inter 1sts are also through to the semi-finals this weekend after a solid final round win.In rugby, our 1sts had a win against Redlands and will join our other three teams at home against Chevalier College next weekend.In tennis, teams 5, 6, 13 and 14 are through to the finals week. With 12 out of our 15 tennis teams finishing in the top 4 in their divisions, this season has been a huge success for our tennis players.Congratulations to all of our sports teams on a great overall effort this season! There will be plenty of finals action this weekend, so we look forward to seeing some great results!

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We are heading into the final weeks of our winter sport competition. The final games of our senior fencing competition resulted in some epic head-to-head battles to determine the Year 10-12 champions, with Julias winning the boys' championship and Mads winning the girls championship.

It was also the final round of our squash competition and it was a great achievement to have three of our teams in the finals. Our 1sts team went down 3-0 to Barker but won the runner-up trophy. Our 2nds team won 2-1 and were undefeated throughout the season to claim the title. Our 3rds went down 2-1 to a strong Knox team.

In football, our first XI girls team has finished on top of the table, undefeated, with the semi-finals on this Saturday. Three of our boys' teams – the 16As, 15As and 14As – have also advanced to the semi-finals.

Out of our four ISA hockey teams, the third XI made it through to the semi-finals. In the ISA netball competition, our Junior 1 side finished on top of the ladder and our Inter 1sts are also through to the semi-finals this weekend after a solid final round win.

In rugby, our 1sts had a win against Redlands and will join our other three teams at home against Chevalier College next weekend.

In tennis, teams 5, 6, 13 and 14 are through to the finals week. With 12 out of our 15 tennis teams finishing in the top 4 in their divisions, this season has been a huge success for our tennis players.

Congratulations to all of our sports teams on a great overall effort this season! There will be plenty of finals action this weekend, so we look forward to seeing some great results!
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Great effort on all fronts. Good to see the spread and depth of participation and skills / energy

More than 70 000 students from across Australia entered the Australian Geography Competition, including 219 from SACS and the achieved some amazing results. Seventy-two of our students achieved a Distinction or higher, with four students making it into the top 1% – Sophia (Year 8 ), Sophia (Year 9), Isaac (Year 9) and Rama (Year 10)Congratulations to all those who participated and achieved such outstanding results!

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More than 70 000 students from across Australia entered the Australian Geography Competition, including 219 from SACS and the achieved some amazing results. Seventy-two of our students achieved a Distinction or higher, with four students making it into the top 1% – Sophia (Year 8 ), Sophia (Year 9), Isaac (Year 9) and Rama (Year 10)

Congratulations to all those who participated and achieved such outstanding results!
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