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Term 3 Week 5 2022

From the Principal

Dear St Michael’s College Community,


It was a pleasure to attend the Lasallian Leaders Gathering in Sydney from 21 – 23 August and connect with fellow Lasallian Principals and Brother representatives. Lasallian leaders from Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, and Papua New Guinea met for the very first time post COVID-19 and it was a great opportunity to share stories about our schools throughout these many countries.

There were a number of guest speakers at the Gathering;

  • Ken Moroney, a past student of La Salle Catholic College in Bankstown and a member of the NSW Police Force for 42 Years
  • Br David Hall, La Salle Academy Faith Formation and Religious Education
  • Tracy Adams – Women in Leadership
  • Br Tim Peter – Visitor Designate replacing Br David Hawke
  • Dr Anne Benjamin – Reflected on the themes of dreaming, education, service towards the poor and ministry within our church

Mr Robert Dempsey (APRIM) and myself will be meeting in Melbourne with Southern Lasallian Principals and APRIMS on Tuesday 30 August at De La Salle College, Malvern. These are fantastic opportunities for Lasallian leaders to meet and to continue to develop the Lasallian Mission within our school communities.


Due to the generous support of the St Michael’s College community, we have once again been able to support the Lasallian Foundation with a recent donation of $50,000.

Since its establishment in 2004, the Lasallian Foundation has supported projects and initiatives in Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and South Sudan. In recent years, the focus of the Lasallian Foundation has narrowed so that Pakistan and Papua New Guinea are now its main areas of operation.

The Lasallian Foundation receives much of its financial support from Lasallian schools and organisations in Australia and New Zealand. Significant financial support is also received through its Lasallian partners in Rome (DLSSI-ONLUS) and the United States (La Salle International). Donations from teachers in Lasallian schools, alumni and private donors are also a significant source of funding for the Foundation.

Although we live in an age of tremendous wealth and progress, there are many children and youth who have little hope for the future due to poverty and ignorance. The Lasallian Foundation sees education as being a primary means where poor and disadvantaged children and youth are provided with the knowledge, skills and values that will lead to employment and academic opportunities, contribute to the betterment of families and local communities, and be valued citizens of their countries.

While based on the Lasallian Catholic ethos, the educational institutions and organisations supported by the Lasallian Foundation are open to all, regardless of ethnicity, religion or gender. A particular focus for projects is to provide opportunities and facilities for the education of girls, challenging and overcoming the cultural barriers that limit girls reaching their full potential.


Thank you to the many students and staff involved in the official Launch of the College’s RAP program hosted by the Primary Campus on Monday.  The ceremony included a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony led by Kaurna Senior Uncle Mickey O’Brien. Indigenous Coordinators, Ms Kate Tyrwhitt and Mr Andrew Spencer, with assistance from Ms Joanne Gilmore and Ms Bron Kemp, have led this important initiative which is a significant milestone as we continue to play our role in reconciliation in this country.

Kind regards,

Mr Damian Patton
Acting Principal

Weekly Communication and Important Dates


Monday 29 August – Wednesday 31 August

Year 7 Camp

Tuesday 30 August
Year 10 (Year 11, 2023) Subject Counselling 9:00am – 8:30pm. No Year 10 Classes.

Monday 5 September
Year 7 and 8 Athletics Day – Memorial Oval
Parents/Caregivers are welcome to attend.

Thursday 8 September
Year 11 (Year 12, 2023) Subject Counselling 9:00am – 8:30pm. No Year 11 Classes.

Friday 9 September
Staff Professional Development
Whole school Pupil Free Day



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Primary Campus


Today is a day where we recognise excellence and that means not just in grades but in effort and in the way we learn with each other. We are a growth mindset school and know that the little habits we do every day become ATOMIC habits they give us great powers to learn. It’s the little things we do each day that add up and make a difference.

Here is some advice from James Clear author of Atomic Habits. James had a terrible injury in a high school baseball game and had to relearn a lot of things he used to find easy. He says follow these steps:

  • Decide what you want to achieve.
  • Try different ways of achieving it until you find one that works for you.
  • Do more of what works. Do less of what does not.
  • Don’t stop doing it until it stops working.
  • Keep going.

You might be thinking what do I have to do to get an award? Award Criteria:

  • Academic Excellence – eight out of ten grades are an A and the rest B (Year 3 to 6)
  • Application – eight out of ten subjects are Excellent with no satisfactory
  • Primary Values – for Excellent Application in the majority of Primary Values

As you can see the bar is set high. We have high expectations, and these students show that if you put your mind to it, you can reach these expectations. Please click the link below to view the full list of award winners. Well done to all!

award winners


I also commend all our students who come to school each day with a positive mindset and ready to learn – you make our school great. Keep working with your teachers, try new ways of doing things and eventually things you find hard now will start to become easier.

And remember everyone is learning, we do it at our own pace and it is not a race.

Ms Joanne Gilmore, Director of Teaching & Learning


This term House Captains, Finn Maddern, Frank Marino, Marko Perac, John Hallak, Hunter Marr, Ari Parisi, James Del Bono and Daniel Romano planned a Morning Fitness program for students in Reception to Year 2.

The Morning Fitness Session is run on Thursday mornings by House Captains for students in their House. This initiative was started as a way to get to know other students within your house and in preparation for Sports Day. Each week a different House hosts the Morning Fitness Session. So far, Blue and Yellow have run the fitness session with activities such as Red Rover, an Obstacle Course, Rock Paper Scissors Run and a running game. The younger students have found these sessions enjoyable and fun.

This term, House Captains have also started Whole House Meetings, which is a meeting run by the House Captains for students to play games and learn a chant for Sports Day. We have also started yard clean-ups in collaboration with the campus Youth Environment Leaders where at the end of lunch music is played, and each House needs to clean up their area. This is not only a team-building exercise but also helps our school community and environment.

Written by Year 6 student Frank Marino, St Paul’s House Captain

Secondary Campus

On Tuesday 23 August, a group of students from Years 11 to 12 attended The Power to End Violence Against Women program, a primary prevention program that raises awareness of the issue of violence against women and promotes respectful relationships. Developed with Centacare Catholic Family Services and the Department for Education, the program aligns with a vision for young men and women to foster healthy attitudes towards relationships and to challenge entrenched attitudes that can contribute to gender-based violence such as rigid gender roles and stereotypes, and limits to women’s independence. It also aims to empower young women, while building their capacity to understand and address the drivers of violence including warning signs, and providing access to resources for support.

“A range of senior Football and Netball teams attended a presentation run by the Port Adelaide Football club, on respectful and healthy relationships. The presenters included both Liz and Tessa who are current AFLW Port Adelaide players. It was a highly beneficial and eye-opening presentation as we learned of the shocking abuse statistics on what girls and women in Australia experience. It helped to improve our knowledge on both healthy and unhealthy relationships, and the types of abuse and manipulative techniques that exist. The presentation helped us better understand how we can take control in these situations. We were empowered to speak up when we don’t feel safe, or when we believe what is occurring isn’t healthy. The presentation provided building blocks to show what a respectful, equal, and healthy future for young women can look like”. Piper Thomas (11PC-02) 

“On Tuesday afternoon the St Michael’s senior football program was fortunate enough to be visited by the Port Adelaide Football Club and presented with a Respectful Relationships session at the College. The session educated the group on matters involving violence against women and presented us with alarming statistics, altering our perspectives. Brett, Will, Cam, and Ross were clearly knowledgeable, and their interaction with audience members made for an authentic, cohesive experience. As young men, an experience like this is of high value, and the lessons we assimilated will remain with us for the rest of our lives. The Power to End Violence Against Women program spreads a vital message and is an amazing opportunity for anyone, particularly young men, to make a stand for positive social change.” Izaac Niemann (12PC-06)

“The Port Adelaide Football Club ran a Respectful Relationships session at the College where we were lucky enough to have Port Adelaide legend Brett Ebert and current Port Adelaide Magpies captain Cam Sutcliffe speak to the group. The session explored topics such as violence against women, providing facts and statistics surrounding the matter including one in three women who have experienced physical violence since the age of 15, which we found shocking. The experience was eye-opening for many of us as we left the session looking to make a change; we were told this could be done by removing certain terms from our vocabulary like “It’s just a joke” or “Man up”. Overall the session was extremely beneficial to the cohort and I hope that it is something that the school continues to do in the future.” – Joshua Winston (12PC-07)

Mr Matthew Williams, Deputy Principal Pastoral, Ms Anna Porcelli, Year 11 Director, Mr Mark Labrosciano, Year 12 Director


Monday 5 September 2022, Henley Memorial Oval

Students are to arrive at Henley Little Athletics Oval and report to their Pastoral Care Teacher at 8.45 am. They will then move to their designated House area and wait there for the Opening Ceremony. Students who arrive at school by bus are to move directly to the tennis courts when they arrive at school where a role will be taken, and the group will then walk to the oval under the supervision of teachers.  The Official Opening will be at 9:15am with first events starting at 9:30am.

The day is all about participation so we encourage students to participate in as many events as they want. All students will need their identification number written on their hand and then they can turn up to events at the scheduled time (see links to the program and map below). Identification numbers will be given out the week before so students will need to make a note of their number and ensure it is written down.

House points will be allocated to all students who participate with the overall winner being the House with the most points at the conclusion of the day.

As per the Consent2Go note, students are required to wear a House coloured top (or their PE top) with their College PE shorts and appropriate running shoes. Canteen and BBQ facilities will be available on the day to purchase food and drinks.

Parents/caregivers are welcome to attend and support their child/ren.

Mrs Sally Nicholson, Head of Health & Physical Education

athletics day events program athletics day map



Our Year 9 BPC-06 class undertook three tasks for the Practical Teams Challenge, as part of Science Week. The teams had to come up with three separate paper plane designs: one for accuracy, another for distance and the last for “hang time”. The accuracy design needed to travel approximately 10m and fly through a hoop, the distance design had to be able to fly the furthest distance measured from release to touchdown on the floor and the hang time design was measured by the amount of time from release to touchdown. Teams had three attempts for each test and were given two pastoral periods to trial and modify their designs and they worked constructively and enthusiastically to achieve their best designs. As a class team challenge, each winning design was awarded 20 points. This challenge is also related to the Aerodynamics subject in Year 10 that students may select in 2023 for Semester 2.

Mr Andrew Spencer, Indigenous Coordinator – Secondary


Following the success of the scavenger hunt last term, last Friday, Wild Wednesday participants took to a bowling challenge at Bowl Zone Woodville. Competing in teams, students bowled one game to accumulate points towards a teamwork challenge. Here are some of the comments from the students who attended:

  • We learned about ourselves and were teaching each other that putting doubt and negativity on each other is never the way to go.
  • We encouraged each other and strengthened our team bond.
  • We worked together as a team and everyone treated each other fairly and contributed.
  • We all got reasonably high scores and we also had lots of fun.
  • We made new friends and had fun and we were very encouraging.

Truth be told, there was fair natural talent evident! Lila Chalubek (7GPC2) achieved the overall highest individual score with 137! Eloise Dodd (8GPC4) was close behind on 117! Overall team winners were the Yellow Lampposts with an average score of 115 including teamwork points!  The members of that group are: Matthew Choimes (7BPC2), Antonie Sepie (8BPB4), Riley Bell (7BPC3) and Remy Spells (8BPC4).

Well done and congratulations everyone!

Mrs Tonia Carfora, Year 7-9 Wellbeing Initiatives Leader


Wellbeing Initiative – Classroom Pulse Check In 

A child’s relationships, identity, belonging, and learning are essential to their happiness and success at school.

In Terms 1 and 3, students at St Michael’s, together with students in Catholic Schools in South Australia, are participating in a simple online Classroom Pulse Check In. This Check In has been developed to ascertain how students are currently feeling about their experience in school. It is tailored to allow your child’s teacher(s) to check in and provide feedback and support to them. The Check In will be carried out during Week 6 of this term; Friday 2 September across all year levels Reception to Year 12.

Further information was enclosed in a notification recently emailed to parents and caregivers.

Please contact your child’s class teacher or Year Level Director in the event of any questions or concerns.

Mrs Tonia Carfora, Year 7-9 Wellbeing Initiatives Leader


Week 5: Perspective

In our lives, if we are lucky, we will have strong role models of perspective. I was lucky to have a friend who embodied this strength. Anna was a lot older than me, and just had a way of making things clear. She could always see the bigger picture and had a gentle way of pausing before elaborating her thoughts which never seemed to carry judgement. She lost her battle to cancer in the recent past, and I will always be grateful that our paths crossed so many years ago, and that I was blessed by her friendship and her wisdom.

Perspective is the ability to see the bigger picture in life, without being distracted by the tiny details. While listening to others, perspective helps us to appreciate life lessons, and what’s best for the situation in question, informing our choices. This ability to think in broader terms helps us to be able to give sound advice to others and to recognise and think about a number of sides before making decisions. As a strength, it helps us to flourish and leads us towards being stronger learners and leaders in the world.

This week and last new class leaders have been appointed in Year 7 to 9, and we also saw the subject selection process begin. Leadership at St Michael’s is one of service and support, and can only be informed by the strength of perspective, and subject choices for the future can benefit from a view through the lens of perspective.

Perspective also supports us in learning from mistakes and making better choices as a result. As a consequence, it can help us counter anxiety and promote resilience or grit.

There is no doubt that when we flick the perspective ‘switch’ we can be more empowered to know, value and care for each other, and hopefully also lead in a more inclusive and equitable way.

Wishing you a great weekend ahead!

Mrs Tonia Carfora, Year 7-9 Wellbeing Initiatives Leader

Careers and VET Services


This week is National Skills Week, which celebrates VET. The skills learnt through VET can help students gain valuable insights about the world of work, refine their thinking about future careers, develop industry-specific skills and enhance their employability skills. The SACE is highly flexible and allows all students to incorporate VET into their study pattern, no matter what their intended pathway beyond school might be.  St Michael’s College recognises the valuable contribution VET plays in our student’s education and supports almost 300 students in their VET pathway each year. Information about the VET program at SMC can be found here.


Secondary school students are invited to join Adelaide’s inaugural Capture the Flag training and competition weekend where they will ;earn about cybersecurity tools and put them into practice as you capture ‘flags’ upon completing each cybersecurity challenge.

Saturday 10 of September is a training day, with no (or very little) previous experience in programming or cybersecurity. Our onsite tutors will support you while you learn about Cryptography, Digital Forensics, Steganography, Reverse Engineering, and Software and Web exploitation.

Sunday 11 September will be competition day, where there will be a beginner, intermediate and advanced division. Students are invited to register in teams of four, but individuals can register to be placed in a team too! A 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize will be up for grabs.

Date: Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 September, 2022
Location: University of Adelaide North Terrace campus, North Terrace,
Bookings are essential and can be made here

Mrs Leanne De Young, VET Coordinator


We remind students choosing subjects in Year 9 2023, that even the Defence Force likes to see a continuation of Maths and Science subjects for General Entry.  If you do not select Aerodynamics and Chemistry as a second semester Science subject in Year 10 you may be ineligible for some General Entry pathways as there is an expectation of two semesters of Science in Year 10.  Students interested in Defence Force have many virtual events coming up. Click here for more information.

ADFA is where students live in at ADFA Canberra, study for a degree through UniNSW (no debt) and begin Officer training. Any Year 11 student contemplating applying to ADFA are encouraged to begin research and applications this term.

Adelaide: Army Airforce Navy: Trade Careers Information Session
Thursday 8 September 2022
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM (ACST)
Register here.


Never more motivation to keep up the study of Maths, Physics Chemistry and Advanced manufacturing? The jobs in the Space Industry go across all areas of study: Marketing, Project Management, Geophysics and much more. Given the Space Industry is so “global” the value of competency in another language is immeasurable. Australia has a very close association with the Italian Space Industry so why not consider continuing Italian here at St Michael’s College.


Another rocket is about to be launched from Southern Launch at Port Lincoln Whalers Way Launchpad – the jobs and opportunities in the Space Industry here in SA  are ever increasing. Click here for more information.


Fleet Space Tech are world leaders in the production and development of Nanosatellites breaking new ground with 3D printer technology. They are building a constellation of 140 small box satellites in Low Orbit Earth. Recently Fleet Space successfully completed a trial using its Exosphere communications system to non-invasively find critical lithium deposits.

Check out all the different type of roles they have at Fleet.


There is a great new website showing all the different opportunities and pathways in the ever expanding SA Defence Industries. Click here to access the Find Your Place SA Website.

There is also a webinar to watch about Careers in SA Defence Industry presented earlier in the week. Click here.


We encourage all Year 10 to 12 students to create an account on the Careers and VET Portal. It is accessed via the SEQTA Homepage: the Black and Green tile. Students can access many resources and see on the opening screen many upcoming Career Events they can access. We ask students that they only register with their St Michael’s College email account and not private email accounts.


Students have now received their subject selection materials and can access the 2023 Senior Curriculum Handbook on the Year 11 Portal. It is important students are looking at the Assumed Knowledge for each Year 12 subject so they can gauge how well they are prepared. We hope students have discussed with their 2022 Semester 1 and Semester 2 teachers their personal recommendations.

The Careers and VET Portal Tile on SEQTA Homepage leads to one of the best Career Research tools. Typically, 80% of our graduating students move on to study at University and or TAFE. Given that there are few prerequisites or assumed knowledge subjects it is hard to decide what Year 12 subjects offer the best preparation to cope with tertiary study. We have flagged with students the value of drilling down into the first-year subjects within degrees to see how Year 12 subjects can underpin success.

For students aiming for employment, we advise checking vacancies on SEEK to see what qualities and subjects are desired. For many apprenticeship pathways, employers prefer the continuation of Maths into Year 12, Technical Studies subjects, and Vocational competencies within a VET Course. Students should take a few days accessing and considering the many resources they have been supplied.

Students who still have questions are invited to visit the LEC Desk on Monday in person and make an appointment to see one of the Career Counsellors later in the week after Year 10 Subjects Counselling Day. They will be given an Appointment Preparation sheet to complete and will bring this to their 30-minute appointment. Subjects need to be submitted online and hard copy forms handed up by this Wednesday 31 August. At the Subject Counselling Day on Thursday 8 September, the discussion is predominantly a review of the choices rather than starting from scratch, therefore students are encouraged to research and have discussions before lodging their 2023 Subject Selections.

There are subjects outside of St Michael’s College that students may consider. There are usually at the additional cost to families except for Languages (for our Beyond Borders students) and Scientific Studies Aviation which are subsidised. Families need to check carefully as for example a Stage 2 Subject at Marden Open Access can cost $1500. The links to the various offerings are below. We emphasise that students need to be well organised and independent learners to be able to do well in a subject off campus.

Students interested in Aviation should book in to see Ms DeYoung, and for any other queries please book an appointment with Ms Coorey by contacting the LEC Desk.

Thebarton Senior College (now including Space Science): https://www.tsc.sa.edu.au/TwilightClasses
Marden Senior College: https://www.msc.sa.edu.au/evening-classes/
Marden Open Access (online offerings):  https://www. .edu.au/curriculum/sace/stage-2-subjects
Languages: https://schooloflanguages.sa.edu.au/languages/


The pathway to being competitive for a Division 1 or Division 2 Sports Scholarship starts with Year 9 subjects and grades. There is a CORE subject requirement to be eligible. Students who wish to discuss this are invited to book in for a Career Counselling appointment with Ms Coorey ASAP. At this stage it is important Year 9 students moving into Year 10 2023, select Aerodynamics and Chemistry as an elective to ensure they have a full year of eligible sciences. USA Core subjects from our Year 10 offerings include Italian, Geography, and History. Unfortunately most of our elective subjects do not count in the USA as they have very academic structured pathways to Div 1 and Div 2 Colleges. The best place to start investigations is the US Consulate: EducationUSA Facebook page. To get an understanding of core course requirements, please click here. The BigFutures Website is a great resource where students can find out about all opportunities at American Colleges and search by nearly endless criteria.


The Careers Team have posted on the Careers and Vet Portal Tile on SEQTA under ‘Important Information: Career Presentations’, both the Parent and the Student PowerPoint presentations.

Many students took advantage of the University of Adelaide Year 11 Grade pathway. Students can now change the order of their preferences if there is another course they would prefer an offer to outside of this scheme.


By 30 September 2022, students may wish to apply for another Year 11 grade pathway, this time offered by Flinders University. As long as one of their eligible courses is first preference on the SATAC preferences and students have completed the entry on the Flinders Website by 30 September, students can also be eligible for a Flinders Conditional offer. After 30 September, students can again change the order of their preferences, however there are some course preferences that cannot be added after this date.

Note: For this Flinders Scheme they consider your best five Year 11 grades and you do not need an ATAR except for Teaching Pathways (minimum of 70). For more information please click here.

We hope any student interested in a TAFESA course for 2023 has now applied on the SATAC website. As emphasised in both presentations, any student contemplating a TAFESA pathway is encouraged to apply via SATAC as soon as possible. Nursing has now become competitive meaning there are more applications than places available. Once all Course Admission requirements are met by the due dates, offers will be made by earliest date of the SATAC application as the selection criteria. Not all courses have this method of selection.


Year 12 students interested in applying for a course at Flinders University in 2023, may be interested in sitting the Flinders uniTEST. The uniTEST is a 95 question multiple choice aptitude test looking at Quantitative Reasoning, Critical Reasoning, and Verbal Plausible Reasoning, and will take approximately 2.5 hours.

Flinders University will select applicants based on both their Year 12 results (60% weighting toward the ATAR selection rank) and uniTEST results (40%).

Flinders will also consider applicants based on their uniTEST results (100%) as a standalone entry score (subject to SACE completion and any course pre-requisites or specific admissions requirements). It’s free to sit, and even if you don’t do that well in the test, you will not be disadvantaged, as it will then only take your ATAR if that’s the better option. (It’s also another opportunity to gain some valuable exam and online aptitude testing skills for future employment too).

uniTEST results can be used for all undergraduate Flinders Courses except the Bachelor of Clinical Science/Doctor of Medicine. You will still need to apply for your course via SATAC. If you’re interested in sitting the Flinders uniTest, please follow the link sent out in an email on Wednesday 17 August to students and parents/caregivers and register by Friday 26 August 2022.

We are scheduled to sit the Flinders uniTEST at 1:30 pm on Friday 16 September 2022 (Term 3, Week 8) at St Michael’s College.

Ms Rose Coorey and Mr Anthony Vizaniaris, Career Counsellors



On Saturday 20 August SMC had 12 out of 18 netball teams playing in Grand Finals for Premierships, with 6 out of 12 coming out on top!  It was a fantastic season for many teams finishing minor premiers. Congratulations to all teams participating in Term 2 and 3 netball.

Our Open A1 netball team had a convincing win 42-33 over Sacred Heart in the Grand final and were undefeated all year. The Open A2’s also played in a mixed A1/A2 competition and were also minor premiers as the A1 and A2 comp then was split. They played Nazareth in the Grand Final and drew in an exciting finish and then had to play 3 minutes each end in extra time. They held strong and had a great win 37-31 in overtime.

A huge thank you to all our coaches, umpires, players and parents for a fantastic season.

Mrs Leanne Burton, Girls Co-curricular Coordinator


On Thursday 18 August, the Open Girls Football Team played in the Division 1 Knockout Grand Final against Scotch College. St Michael’s started strong, holding Scotch to one point against the wind. Marlie F and Hayley C were dynamic across half back with multiple rebounds from the defensive 50. In the second quarter, St Michael’s scored two goals with the wind in heavy rain. A classy goal by Montana D from the pocket and a long goal from Georgie B put the girls in front at halftime. Unfortunately, in the second half, Scotch was able to withstand our pressure to score some much-needed goals. Scotch kicked on in the last quarter as they reduced our lead and then stole the game by nine points late in the last quarter. St Michael’s wore their heart on their sleeve and should be congratulated on a wonderful season.

Goals: Montana, Georgie B

Best: E Kilpatrick, Marlie F, Tayla D, Hayley C, Teagan D, Avah T.


On Monday 22 August, the Open Girls Football Team played their Intercol match against Trinity College. In another game marred by heavy rain, St Michael’s focused on limiting handballs and gaining territory by kicking and running with the ball. St Michael’s controlled the first quarter of the game, with Trinity staying in touch by two goals due to a late snap in the second quarter. In the second half, St Michael’s ran away with the contest kicking five unanswered goals. It was great to finish the season by winning with all our senior players on the field. We wish our current Year 12 players all the best with their football in the years to come.

Goals: Marlie F 2, Georgie B 2, Montana D 2, Hayley C, Ella O

Best: Hayley C, Marlie F, Sienna K, Georgie B, Montana D, Bridie D

Mr Ned Heath, Year 11 Assistant Director