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Students from across the High School gathered in the Cathedral today for a competition of epic proportions with bands from each of the eight house groups battling for the SACS Factor plate. The winners were Westminster House! Find out how the other house groups went here: https://www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/blog/2022/05/sacs-factor-rocks-the-cathedral-2/

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Students from across the High School gathered in the Cathedral today for a competition of epic proportions with bands from each of the eight house groups battling for the SACS Factor plate. The winners were Westminster House! Find out how the other house groups went here: www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/blog/2022/05/sacs-factor-rocks-the-cathedral-2/ ... See MoreSee Less

Our Cello Ensemble surprised Head of School Dr Julie McGonigle on Tuesday morning with an impromptu rendition of a song called Irish Blessing. Given the link with Dr McGonigles Irish heritage, it seemed too good an opportunity to pass up! Cellists Harry, Andrea, Darcy and William set up outside her office and moved our Head of School to tears (in a good way!). Mission accomplished.

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Our Cello Ensemble surprised Head of School Dr Julie McGonigle on Tuesday morning with an impromptu rendition of a song called 'Irish Blessing'. Given the link with Dr McGonigle's Irish heritage, it seemed too good an opportunity to pass up! Cellists Harry, Andrea, Darcy and William set up outside her office and moved our Head of School to tears (in a good way!). Mission accomplished. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Middle School students held a mufti day on Wednesday in order to raise funds for Anglicares flood relief. Each student brought in a gold coin donation and enjoyed going to class throughout the rest of the day wearing casual clothes. The idea for the event came from the Middle School leaders who decided they would use their position of influence to do something for the sake of those affected by the floods.

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Our Middle School students held a mufti day on Wednesday in order to raise funds for Anglicare's flood relief. Each student brought in a gold coin donation and enjoyed going to class throughout the rest of the day wearing casual clothes. The idea for the event came from the Middle School leaders who decided they would use their position of influence to do something for the sake of those affected by the floods. ... See MoreSee Less

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I want to be in mufti too 🤣🤣Lucky middle school

Year 8 students have been spending some time at our Kirrikee Outdoor Education Centre this term. Theyve learnt how to cook their own food, carry their own gear and even set up their own shelter. The character-building experience helps our students to develop teamwork, leadership, resilience, independence and a greater appreciation of the outdoors. Congratulations to all students who have now completed camp! #charactereducation #lifegivinglearning

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Year 8 students have been spending some time at our Kirrikee Outdoor Education Centre this term. They've learnt how to cook their own food, carry their own gear and even set up their own shelter. The character-building experience helps our students to develop teamwork, leadership, resilience, independence and a greater appreciation of the outdoors. Congratulations to all students who have now completed camp! #CharacterEducation #lifegivinglearning ... See MoreSee Less

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Great work and indeed character-building adventure!

All Blacks sensation Sonny Bill Williams dropped in to rugby training last week to coach our students. He spoke to them about why he loves the game and then fully immersed himself in our training session, pulling aside individual kids to correct their body position and technique. A lot of the coaching staff were thrilled to meet him as well!  We love learning from the best at SACS - thank you Sonny! 😍🏉

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All Blacks sensation Sonny Bill Williams dropped in to rugby training last week to coach our students. He spoke to them about why he loves the game and then fully immersed himself in our training session, pulling aside individual kids to correct their body position and technique. A lot of the coaching staff were thrilled to meet him as well! We love learning from the best at SACS - thank you Sonny! 😍🏉 ... See MoreSee Less

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I am really thrilled,should make a huge difference

Do you know someone with a toddler or pre-school age child who wants to know how to pick the right school for their child or know how to best prepare their child for big school? Please share this event with them. All interested parents, pre-school directors and teachers are very welcome. Book your place today: https://bit.ly/3LfNE1u

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Do you know someone with a toddler or pre-school age child who wants to know how to pick the right school for their child or know how to best prepare their child for 'big school'? Please share this event with them. All interested parents, pre-school directors and teachers are very welcome. Book your place today: bit.ly/3LfNE1u ... See MoreSee Less

All parents and carers are warmly invited to tomorrows P&F Presents Performing Arts information evening. You will hear about the huge variety of events and activities our performing arts department has in store for you each term and for the rest of the year and how your child can get involved. Please join us in The Community Hub (Level 4 St Andrews House) from 6pm or tune in online.  Visit https://bit.ly/3lbls5l to find out more.

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All parents and carers are warmly invited to tomorrow's P&F Presents Performing Arts information evening. You will hear about the huge variety of events and activities our performing arts department has in store for you each term and for the rest of the year and how your child can get involved. Please join us in The Community Hub (Level 4 St Andrew's House) from 6pm or tune in online. Visit bit.ly/3lbls5l to find out more. ... See MoreSee Less

Last term our Year 9 Aboriginal Studies class was treated to a private tour of an exhibition at Hyde Park Barracks, lead by our own First Nations Elder in Residence, Leanna Carr-Smith. Leanna helped put together the exhibition called The convict impact on Aboriginal Settlement which brings to life Indigenous perspectives on European colonisation. Its the first time weve offered Aboriginal Studies in the secondary school and were excited to build on our long-standing conviction that Indigenous truth-telling and education is vital for our students. #truthteller

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Last term our Year 9 Aboriginal Studies class was treated to a private tour of an exhibition at Hyde Park Barracks, lead by our own First Nation's Elder in Residence, Leanna Carr-Smith. Leanna helped put together the exhibition called 'The convict impact on Aboriginal Settlement' which brings to life Indigenous perspectives on European colonisation. It's the first time we've offered Aboriginal Studies in the secondary school and we're excited to build on our long-standing conviction that Indigenous truth-telling and education is vital for our students. #truthteller ... See MoreSee Less

Around the grounds - week 2 of Winter Sport // 📸Our hockey teams took the field in glorious sunshine against Central Coast Grammar over the weekend. Our netball teams played against Barker College where the standout result was a 15 point win by the Junior 2 team. While our rugby players had their first hit out of the season which involved our Year 7 players who made their SACS debut. Well done all! 💪

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Around the grounds - week 2 of Winter Sport // 📸

Our hockey teams took the field in glorious sunshine against Central Coast Grammar over the weekend. Our netball teams played against Barker College where the standout result was a 15 point win by the Junior 2 team. While our rugby players had their first hit out of the season which involved our Year 7 players who made their SACS debut. Well done all! 💪
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We were thrilled to have world renowned pianist Simon Trpčeski join us for a piano masterclass this morning. Simon is performing at Town Hall over the next two nights with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra who were kind enough to let us borrow Simon for a few hours. He worked closely with several of our students, taking the time to listen to them play. Thank you Simon!

2 weeks ago

We were thrilled to have world renowned pianist Simon Trpčeski join us for a piano masterclass this morning. Simon is performing at Town Hall over the next two nights with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra who were kind enough to let us borrow Simon for a few hours. He worked closely with several of our students, taking the time to listen to them play. Thank you Simon! ... See MoreSee Less

Here is the link to this weekends Winter Sports draw of matches - with venues and times listed. https://www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/SACS-Sports-Draw-7.5.22.xlsx
Just a reminder, that if you are attending a game and manage to take a few nice action shots or a team photo, please share them via Messenger on this page or email them to photos@sacs.nsw.edu.au. We love adding them to our photo library to use on this page and in our school publications.

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Here is the link to this weekend's Winter Sport's draw of matches - with venues and times listed. www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/SACS-Sports-Draw-7.5.22.xlsx
Just a reminder, that if you are attending a game and manage to take a few nice action shots or a team photo, please share them via Messenger on this page or email them to photos@sacs.nsw.edu.au. We love adding them to our photo library to use on this page and in our school publications.
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