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Photos just in from Fridays Junior School and Gawura swimming carnival demonstrate that House spirit was strong and plenty of fun was had by all! Congratulations to all the swimmers and supporters on a fabulous carnival!

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Photos just in from Friday's Junior School and Gawura swimming carnival demonstrate that House spirit was strong and plenty of fun was had by all! Congratulations to all the swimmers and supporters on a fabulous carnival! ... See MoreSee Less

In sporting news from our students, it was a strong first round of ISA team competition for 2023 from our students on Saturday with seven wins across Basketball (boys and girls), Touch Football and Cricket. Our Firsts girls and boys basketball teams had impressive wins, and notably, the boys winning streak continued with a 112-52 score against St Pius. This season, they have averaged 110 points per game, which is more than double the average score played against them!In the January holidays, we have news of three students competing in representative sailing and surf life-saving events. In early January, Nathan Deng (Year 12, 2022 graduate) and Theo (Year 10, 2023) both participated in the 2023 Oceania and Australia Open and Youth National Championships at Georges River Sailing Club. They both sailed a Laser 4.7 (ILCA4). Nathan finished second in the open (over 18) male category and Theo placed 13th in the U18 male category. Congratulations also to Gia (Year 7) who participated in the Sydney Surf Life Saving Championships over the weekend with her North Bondi Team, winning gold in the Ocean Swim event. She also qualified for the Ironperson event at the NSW Championships at the end of February. Good luck Gia!

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In sporting news from our students, it was a strong first round of ISA team competition for 2023 from our students on Saturday with seven wins across Basketball (boys and girls), Touch Football and Cricket. Our Firsts girls and boys basketball teams had impressive wins, and notably, the boys' winning streak continued with a 112-52 score against St Pius. This season, they have averaged 110 points per game, which is more than double the average score played against them!

In the January holidays, we have news of three students competing in representative sailing and surf life-saving events. In early January, Nathan Deng (Year 12, 2022 graduate) and Theo (Year 10, 2023) both participated in the 2023 Oceania and Australia Open and Youth National Championships at Georges River Sailing Club. They both sailed a Laser 4.7 (ILCA4). Nathan finished second in the open (over 18) male category and Theo placed 13th in the U18 male category. Congratulations also to Gia (Year 7) who participated in the Sydney Surf Life Saving Championships over the weekend with her North Bondi Team, winning gold in the Ocean Swim event. She also qualified for the Ironperson event at the NSW Championships at the end of February. Good luck Gia!
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Today, we welcomed back our 2022 graduates for a special assembly to celebrate their exceptional results in the IB Diploma and HSC. The cohort performed far above expectations, with the Diploma students achieving the school’s best results ever! Our high achievers were presented with excellence awards before graduates Georgia Taplin and Sam Riedel shared stories of their journey at SACS with the Year 11 and 12 students. The assembly was also a chance for the graduates to gather together for one final time in the Cathedral and share news of their next steps in their studies and careers. To read more about this outstanding Year 12 cohort and their results, please head to our website news pages: https://www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/whats-on/news/

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Today, we welcomed back our 2022 graduates for a special assembly to celebrate their exceptional results in the IB Diploma and HSC. The cohort performed far above expectations, with the Diploma students achieving the school’s best results ever! Our high achievers were presented with excellence awards before graduates Georgia Taplin and Sam Riedel shared stories of their journey at SACS with the Year 11 and 12 students. The assembly was also a chance for the graduates to gather together for one final time in the Cathedral and share news of their next steps in their studies and careers. To read more about this outstanding Year 12 cohort and their results, please head to our website news pages: www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/whats-on/news/ ... See MoreSee Less

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👏 congratulations to one and all 👏

An excellent speech by Georgia, thank you for your earnestness and sweet sentiments!

Congratulations to all of you. You worked so hard to get to this place of celebration. We are all so proud of you!

Congratulations Year 12, 2022 👏👏

Congratulations 🙏

Was a beautiful assembly. Thank you

Congratulations to all. could not be there as I was on Swimming carnival duty.

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Just a reminder for all Junior School and Gawura parents and carers: Your opportunity to meet your childs teacher is next Wednesday from 4.30pm. This is a group meeting where parents will hear about homework expectations, upcoming class work, camps and communication. It is also a great opportunity to network with other parents. Please register your interest at the link here: https://sacsevents.ptly.com/event/meettheteacher2023

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Just a reminder for all Junior School and Gawura parents and carers: Your opportunity to meet your child's teacher is next Wednesday from 4.30pm. This is a group meeting where parents will hear about homework expectations, upcoming class work, camps and communication. It is also a great opportunity to network with other parents. Please register your interest at the link here: sacsevents.ptly.com/event/meettheteacher2023 ... See MoreSee Less

The rain today didnt deter families from joining staff and other parents for a coffee and a chat on the first day of school for 2023. We hope all of your children had an enjoyable day and are all smiles when you see them this afternoon.

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The rain today didn't deter families from joining staff and other parents for a coffee and a chat on the first day of school for 2023. We hope all of your children had an enjoyable day and are all smiles when you see them this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

Year 8 and Year 9 Parent Welcome Evening: Just a reminder that our Parent Welcome Evening is this Thursday 2 February from 5.30pm, with a start at 6pm in Chapter House.School leaders will share essential information on the year ahead and you will also have a chance to meet key school staff and other parents in your childs year group.Please register your intention to attend here: https://sacsevents.ptly.com/event/89welcomeevening2023

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Year 8 and Year 9 Parent Welcome Evening: Just a reminder that our Parent Welcome Evening is this Thursday 2 February from 5.30pm, with a start at 6pm in Chapter House.

School leaders will share essential information on the year ahead and you will also have a chance to meet key school staff and other parents in your child's year group.

Please register your intention to attend here: sacsevents.ptly.com/event/89welcomeevening2023
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To our Year 12 parents and carers: Just a reminder that we are looking forward to welcoming you tomorrow from 5.30pm where we will share essential information on the year ahead. Parents also have a chance to meet and have a chat with key school staff and other Year 12 parents.Please register your intention to attend here: https://sacsevents.ptly.com/event/12welcomeevening2023Welcome evenings for all other year groups are scheduled in the next two weeks. Please visit our website for all the details: https://www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/whats-on/events/

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To our Year 12 parents and carers: Just a reminder that we are looking forward to welcoming you tomorrow from 5.30pm where we will share essential information on the year ahead. Parents also have a chance to meet and have a chat with key school staff and other Year 12 parents.

Please register your intention to attend here: sacsevents.ptly.com/event/12welcomeevening2023

Welcome evenings for all other year groups are scheduled in the next two weeks. Please visit our website for all the details: www.sacs.nsw.edu.au/whats-on/events/
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Bookings are open for the Middle School Study Centre, which kicks off next week and will run for eight weeks in Term 1 (weeks 2 – 9). Sessions run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.30pm – 5.30pm.The cost is $216 for one afternoon a week for the term and includes afternoon tea and study support by tutors, who can help students with organisation, homework and assessment tasks.Dont miss out – book your childs place today by registering here: https://bit.ly/3kmXIh8

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Bookings are open for the Middle School Study Centre, which kicks off next week and will run for eight weeks in Term 1 (weeks 2 – 9). Sessions run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.30pm – 5.30pm.

The cost is $216 for one afternoon a week for the term and includes afternoon tea and study support by tutors, who can help students with organisation, homework and assessment tasks.

Don't miss out – book your child's place today by registering here: bit.ly/3kmXIh8
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Is that open to year 7 students? I don’t recall seeing emails about it…

Is this different to SACS Perform?

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Our fabulous rooftop has undergone a magnificent facelift and there will be some excited students getting to experience all the new amenities in just a few days time. Here, our Director of Community Engagement tours you around the rooftop explaining the transformation as it looked last Friday while the builders were finishing off. youtu.be/dy_d4ukDl_Y

Later this week, we will share a short video (without the builders) that shows how our students will use the play areas and get some of their reactions!
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Andrew Dick a bit fancier than in our day!

Oh my! Looking amazing 👏

Amazing! Adds a very positive slant to playground duty!

Fabulous!

This looks fantastic! Love that the chickens now have a palace! The new sensory climbing walls and bumps will be fabulous and I know my kids will just love it. They already love it up there so thanks Lyn for the sneak peak.

Woah this needs a trigger warning for epic nostalgia

Both the roof and Lyn lookin fab 👌

Amazing! 🥰

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Students Savanna (Year 7), George (Year 9) and Alec Mayer (Year 11) have been busy these holidays each competing in the Australian Youth Water Polo Championships in Perth.Savanna won a silver medal in the U12 competition, Alec placed 5th in the U18 competition and George competed in an outstanding 13 games across only 10 days.Congratulations to this hard-working trio, we look forward to seeing all our summer sport teams back in Term 1 next week.

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Students Savanna (Year 7), George (Year 9) and Alec Mayer (Year 11) have been busy these holidays each competing in the Australian Youth Water Polo Championships in Perth.

Savanna won a silver medal in the U12 competition, Alec placed 5th in the U18 competition and George competed in an outstanding 13 games across only 10 days.

Congratulations to this hard-working trio, we look forward to seeing all our summer sport teams back in Term 1 next week.
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Great achievement !

Talented family! Must have awesome parents 🤩 Well done Mel and Waz

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