Waratah Weekly - Term 3, Edition 6 - Friday, 1 September 2022
- Message from the Headmaster
- Deputy Headmaster's Report
- College Working Bee - Saturday, 3 September
- Term 3 Family Chapel
- Secondary News
- Year 12 Formal Fundraiser
- Secondary Sports News
- Primary Sports News
- Creative Arts News
- Performing Arts News
- MyTech Loan Devices
- Year 5 Science Incursion
- PDHPE: Health and Physical Education Day
- Year 11 Design & Technology
- Library News
- Linguafest Video Competition
- Enrolment News
- Scrumptious Cake Stall - Country Fair
- WAC Country Fair
- P&F Fundraiser
- P&F Clothing Pool
- College Sponsors
- Church Services
- Community News
Message from the Headmaster
We are currently interviewing potential staff to work alongside us next year and into the future. I am always excited during this time as we get to meet so many amazing people and consider who God would have us appoint in these important roles. As a College, we are committed to your children's success across all areas; academic, pastoral, social and co-curricular opportunities to name just a few. For this reason, we seek to employ staff who are committed to excellence in their particular field, who are passionate about engaging with and supporting young people and who have a genuine desire to know and serve our amazing God. I look forward to sharing with our community who these new staff members are as we confirm appointments over the next few weeks and months. As our College continues to grow, we have identified a number of positions that are required for 2023. We are particularly excited about employing a second nurse at the College who will help to maintain the exceptional level of care for our students. We are grateful for Nurse Sally and the amazing work that she does, as well as the fantastic ladies who also provide care for our students in the office. Please continue to pray for our College as we seek to find the very best people to join us for 2023.
Mr Trevor Norman
Deputy Headmaster's Report
Edumate and WAC App Information Evening 5 September
All parents/carers were notified this week of some changes to the login processes for Edumate. Wollondilly Anglican College is rolling out a new login system to streamline parent/carer access to our College platforms and this will be expanded in time to include access to other online platforms. If you are not yet using the WAC App, we strongly encourage you to do so. Instructions for how to start using this on your smartphone can be found below.
We are holding a parent information evening via Zoom on Monday, 5 September to discuss these changes and what they will mean for how you access our platforms.
Please use the details below to access the Zoom meeting on the night. Please ensure you join Zoom using your full name.
Topic: Edumate Information Evening
Time: Sep 5, 2022 07:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
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Small things are important…
Over the last few weeks, we have seen an increase in the number of students ‘pushing back’ when staff challenge them on conduct, behaviour or appearance. We won’t tolerate this behaviour and such ‘push back’ may result in further consequences. Many parents enrol their children at the College as a result of the positive reputation Wollondilly has in the community. Another common reason is due to the strong discipline afforded to students at the College. Both of these will continue to be distinctives at Wollondilly.
I would ask that parents support the College in correcting the smaller things so that our teachers can focus on the bigger things, providing high-quality teaching so that all students can achieve their full potential. If your child is asked to tuck their shirt in or remove an earring that shouldn’t be there, they should not question or challenge this. The expectations around these and many other aspects of behaviour are clearly outlined in the College Diary.
Many of these situations can be avoided by ensuring your child comes to the College wearing the correct uniform, without accessories such as extra earrings or fake eyelashes as well as ensuring that hair cuts and hair colour align with College expectations.
Small things are important and we appreciate the support of the majority of parents in helping to maintain the high standards at Wollondilly.
Mr Paul Burns
College Working Bee - Saturday, 3 September
On Saturday, 3 September from 8.00 am - 1.00 pm, the College will host the Term 3 Working Bee. This is a great opportunity for students and parents to attend and work with College staff and have the College looking great for the Country Fair the following week. We will finish the day at 12.00 pm with lunch provided by the P&F, so come along with your tools and a smile with the intention of enjoying yourselves on the day.
Mr Warland our Property Manager and the Property Team are keen to work with you all in a range of areas in preparation for the following weekend. All parents and students who can spare a little bit of time are encouraged to come along and contribute. It is a great opportunity to get alongside one another and build some community spirit whilst also getting some work done.
Mr Roberts our Community and Pastoral Support Aide will be running a Prayer Breakfast from 8.30 am. All are welcome at this event. There will be a focus on prayer for the College, our Community and our World.
All students who attend will be issued a Community Service Merit.
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Pastoral Care T-12
Term 3 Family Chapel
On Thursday, 8 September commencing at 6.00 pm the College will host the Term 3 Family Chapel. This event will involve students in Stage 2 (Years 3-4) who will be performing as well as having a focus on students in Years 9-12. The College invites students in these Year Groups to attend this evening. This is a fantastic opportunity to come together in community to hear God's word. The venue for Family Chapel will be the Shoulder to Shoulder Shelter. Students are asked to arrive from 5.30 pm.
Students attending should have their names marked off by their Class Teachers (Years 3-4) and Roll Call Teachers (Years 9-12). Students in Stage 2 (Years 3-4) are to sit with their Class Teachers, students in Years 9-12 are asked to sit with their parents. All students attending will receive a Community Service Merit.
House Captains from Year 11 will be on hand to collect gold coin donations and non-perishable food items. This will support the WAC Kids Care program, in providing meals for families in need within the community. The donations will also contribute to the points in the Overall House Shield.
Looking forward to seeing you for the Term 3 Family Chapel.
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Pastoral Care T-12
The Year 11 Exams are occurring during Week 8 of this term from Monday, 12 September to Friday, 16 September in the Warne Auditorium. This will be an opportunity for the students to consolidate their knowledge and learning. Year 11 have been issued their exam timetables. Students are encouraged to revise and prepare for these upcoming exams.
Years 7-11 - Explicit Instruction Survey
All students in Years 7-11 have spent a bit of time with me over the recent weeks completing a survey around the College's use of Explicit Instruction. This has been done to gain student perspective on this aspect. These results will be shared with the staff and will assist in improving our pedagogical focus.
Mrs Kelly Evans
Director of Teaching & Learning 7-12
Year 12 Formal Fundraiser
Secondary Sports News
NSW Representative - Denise Grabe
Congratulations to Denise Grabe (Year 8) who recently competed at the Australian All Schools Swimming Championships in Brisbane. This was the culmination of a stellar school swimming season in the pool which saw Denise place 4th in the 100m Freestyle Final with a blistering time of 1:01.19. To back this up she also competed in the 4x50m Freestyle relay with a 5th place finish. Congratulations on all your hard work and we are glad to see it paying off with excellent results like this.
NASSA Open's Basketball Gala Day
A big thank you to Mr Jordan who took our Open Girls' side to the Northern Beaches to compete in the Open’s Basketball Gala Day. After a tough, early loss in a winnable game against Thomas Hassall, the girls improved their gameplay to finish in 3rd place. Congratulations on this achievement.
NASSA AFL Champions
Congratulations to Mrs Miller and the Year 7-9 Girls' AFL side who were crowned champions this week at the NASSA Gala Day. After a loss in their opening match as the girls were finding their feet, they bounced back to overcome the top-seeded team in the Semi-Finals. This saw them in a re-match with Georges River Grammar in the Grand Final where the girls proved to be too strong the second time round. The Boys' Side also had a successful day finishing in 4th position with the help of Mr Roberts as their coach.
AICES Athletics will take place next Tuesday, 6 September. Students are encouraged to check the AICES Website (www.aices.com.au) for the most up-to-date start lists and event information. If you cannot compete in an event on the day, please ensure you contact the NASSA Team Manager in the stands or Mrs McCann who will be there to assist.
GD Mountain Biking Championships
This event will take place on Sunday, 11 September at Welby (Southern Highlands). WAC students are encouraged to enter as individual competitors, although, please note that this is not a College endorsed event this year. This means that if you would like to attend, you should register yourself at the website and attend the event with your parents/carers. You will need to pay your own registration fee. If you have questions, you can see Mrs Mozejko. https://rockytrailentertainment.com/rocky-trail-academy/academy-southern-highlands/
Mr Mark Goldsbrough
Secondary Sports Coordinator
Primary Sports News
IPSSO - WAC vs St Greg’s
It was a tough round for Wollondilly students away against St Greg’s. Nonetheless, there were some pleasing results that give hope for end-of-season results.
Mr Wayne’s Junior Soccer Boys' Team were totally jubilant as they overwhelmed a resilient St Greg’s. The Boys' Team continues to grow in confidence and are finding cohesion as they take on Mr Wayne’s advice and enthusiasm for the game. On the back of two goals from Will Rodden, the Junior Boys overcame St Greg’s 2-0.
The Senior Boys' Team were equally gallant and held St Greg’s to a 2-2 draw. Mr Wayne believes that had the boys capitalised on one or two real chances, they could have returned to WAC with a win.
The Junior Netball Girls' Side succumbed to a heavy 27-0 loss. The Senior Girls' continue their firm hold on 1st place with a close 19-17 over St Greg’s. This is their second close win in a row after overcoming OPAC narrowly last week. Mrs Maher is hopeful the girls will keep the winning streak together to clinch the winter competition.
It was back to the drawing board for Mr Stark’s AFL sides who appeared white hot and bound to take 1st place for IPSSO AFL. However, one cannot say it was hubris that led to their defeats, but rather two tough St Greg’s teams who had readied themselves for the coming of a well-oiled Wollondilly machine. Juniors went down 32-9 and the Seniors were similarly overpowered at 39-19. There is still real hope for both sides to win it.
The Newcombe Ball side went down 2-0 to a composed St Greg’s. The WAC Newcombe Ballers sit at 4th place. The Volleyballers went down two sets to nil. Mrs Fredericks continues to admonish her teams to finish the season strong.
Next week’s IPSSO match is away at Mt Annan Christian College (MACC). AFL and Soccer will be played at Jack Nash Reserve and Netball and Volleyball will be at MACC Campus.
Buoyed by the recent string of successes for Senior Girls' Netball, and keen to hone their finely tuned skills even further, Mrs Maher is running a Tuesday Lunchtime Netball Competition for Stage 3. If you are interested in playing, please contact Mrs Maher.
NASSA Cricket Gala Day - 8 September - Jackson Park, Woodbine
The boys who were selected for the IPSSO Cricket Team at the beginning of the year will be representing WAC at the Primary NASSA Cricket Gala Day on Thursday, 8 September at Jackson Park, Woodbine. It is suggested that players bring their own gear. Mr Stark will be coaching the boys for the day. A bus will be provided to transport participating students. The bus will be departing the College at 7.30 am on the morning of the Gala Day. It is expected to return to the College by 3.15 pm.
Term 4 College Sports Swimming at the WLC for Stage 3
For the first 6 weeks of Term 4, Stage 3 students (who are not involved in an IPSSO team) will have the opportunity to participate in swimming activities at the Wollondilly Leisure Centre (WLC). This will be open to the first 60 students who return a completed permission note. Stay tuned for more information as the term progresses.
Other upcoming events:
CIS Athletics - Tuesday, 20 September at SOPAC Competition Track
Mr James Gooden
Primary Sports Coordinator
Creative Arts News
Drama HSC Practical Examinations
On Monday, our HSC Drama students performed for the external HSC Examiners, supported by two of our wonderful Year 11 Drama students. Congratulations to all of our performers, and to Agnes and Charli of Year 11 for your efforts on this day. Thank you to the Year 9 and 10 Elective Drama students who were an exceptional audience for this event.
Year 10 Dance/Drama Performance at Book Parade
As part of the Book Parade celebrations last Friday, Year 10 Dance and Drama were asked to perform. Their circus-themed dance and clowning performance was colourful and energetic. Well done to all involved in the performance.
HSC Dance Callback Nominations
We are thrilled to share that two of our HSC Dancers have received nominations for the Callback Showcase. Callback is a selection of outstanding performances and projects from HSC Dance students and will be held at the Seymour Centre in February 2023. It is an honour to receive a nomination.
Congratulations to Claire Birta who was nominated for her Core Performance.
Congratulations to Mia Sierra who received a nomination for each of her three dances;
Major Study Performance, Core Performance, and Core Composition
Congratulations are also due to Miss Valente, their ever-supportive Dance teacher!
Performing Arts News
Our upcoming College Music ‘Shrek’ preparations continue next Monday, 5 September.
Rehearsals continue each Monday and conclude at 4.15 pm for both Secondary and Primary students. Primary students will continue to meet Mrs Barker and Miss McMaster at Elizabeth 5 after the normal College day. Secondary cast members will now proceed to the Warne Auditorium for their rehearsals, as the Trial HSC Examinations have now concluded.
As we will now conclude our rehearsals together in the Warne Auditorium, students that are being picked up can now be collected from the Warne Auditorium car park. Students will also be supervised if they are utilising the late bus service.
Set Design for the Musical also continues on Monday with Mrs Ware in Melba 3 from 2.45 pm - 4.15 pm. Pick-up arrangements are the same for these students.
WAC Crew for the Musical will meet Mr Law on Monday at the Auditorium and continue to work on their preparations for the Musical, 2.45 pm - 4.15 pm.
We are excited to share that the tickets for Shrek The Musical will go on sale from next Thursday, 8 September 2022 at 8.00 am.
The performance dates and times include:
Monday, 10 October – 7.00 pm
Thursday, 13 October – 7.00 pm
Friday, 14 October – 7.00 pm
Saturday, 15 October – Matinee 2.00 pm
Saturday, 15 October - Evening 7.00 pm
Ticket prices are as follows:
Family of 4 (2x Adults, 2x Children): $60
Click here to purchase your tickets!
Our College Cheer students are still glowing after their 2nd Place achievement at the ‘Your Next Step’ Dance Competition in Camden last week.
Country Fair - Performance Schedule
At the upcoming WAC Country Fair, many of our Performing Arts groups and ensembles will be performing on the Main Stage under the Shoulder to Shoulder Shelter. We have prepared a schedule of performances that will hopefully ensure any of our students who perform in a number of groups/ensembles can participate smoothly throughout the duration of the day.
Soloists that have expressed interest have been spoken to and a soloist schedule will be sent to those particular students involved.
Please see the finalised performance schedule below:
Primary Choir and Primary Strings Collaboration
College Bucketz + Movement around Fair
Year 9 Music Elective Class
Primary Dance (Stage 2 - Years 3 and 4)
Primary Dance (Stage 3 - Years 5 and 6)
Year 9 Dance Elective Class
Dance Company (7-12)
Year 10 Dance Elective Class
Musical Advertisement - Shrek
Year 11 Dance Elective Class
College Cheer + Movement around Fair
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
WAC Talent Quest
This year, the WAC Talent Quest is going to feature a combination of live and recorded auditions and performances, something we have seen over the last few years during Off-Campus Learning or affected by COVID restrictions.
These formats have meant that we have been able to feature some amazing talents that our students have, which are not possible in just a Live format on stage.
All students in Years 5-11 have been emailed a Google Form application and the relevant Canvas or Seasaw tasks to submit their video audition tapes. Submissions close Thursday, 15 September (Week 8). We will notify those who are finalised and who will perform their act or have their video submission played at the Talent Quest on Friday, 23 September (the last day of Term 3).
If any students have questions, please see Mrs Barker or Mr Grant.
We are looking forward to seeing who will be the next winner of the ‘Meerkat Trophy’.
Mr Lloyd Grant
Performing Arts Coordinator T-12
MyTech Loan Devices
There may be times when your child’s device is damaged or not functioning properly. In order to ensure that they do not miss out on important learning opportunities, the College has a limited number of Loan Devices that may be borrowed. In order for your child to borrow a Loan Device, they need to fill out a ‘MyTech’ Student Loan Agreement.
A handwritten note from a parent is not sufficient as it is important that you are aware of the terms of the loan before we loan out a device.
This agreement can be picked up from Student Reception or downloaded from the ‘MyTech’ website at the bottom of the Devices tab http://mytech.wac.nsw.edu.au/
If you have any further questions about this or any other ‘MyTech’ issue, please do not hesitate to send these to email@example.com
Mr Lloyd Grant
Secondary Learning Innovations Coordinator
Year 5 Science Incursion
On Thursday, 25 August, students in Year 5 completed a virtual workshop with Sydney Zoo about the structural and behavioural adaptations of humans and different animal species. They were introduced to a magnificent tree frog, bearded dragon, black-headed python, kangaroo joey and blue-tongued lizard. Students heard about the specific adaptations that help these animals survive in their environments, as well as some interesting facts. They enjoyed the opportunity to see different animals and share the knowledge that they have learnt in their Reading and Science units.
Miss Hannah Domanski
Year 5 Teacher
PDHPE: Health and Physical Education Day
On Friday, 9 September (Week 7) the PDHPE Faculty will recognise Health and Physical Education Day endorsed by the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER). The theme of the day is “Take the Challenge”. It is not overly easy to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle at times but we are challenging students to take steps to make wise and healthy choices.
Students can wear their Sports Uniform to College on the day. If they do not have the correct Sports Uniform they are to wear their regular College Uniform.
Max Miles (accumulate as many kilometres as possible in Week 7)
Sport “Trick Shot” video (see email sent to students)
Before College Day: Healthy Breakfast
Recess: Beep Test Challenge (Shelter)
Lunch: Challenge the Champ Table Tennis/Pickle Ball (Shelter); Plank Test (Shelter); Basketball Challenge (Flynn Court).
Details of the events and competitions will be emailed to students and promoted each morning during Roll Call.
Mr Joshua Hewitt
Year 11 Design & Technology
Year 11 Design and Technology have just submitted their Child's Toy Design Project. These all started with the class visiting Transition (Pre-K) and spending some time playing with the students while trying to get an understanding of how Transition play and learn. This experience then guided the students towards the design and creation of various toys that included an educational aspect. Each student came up with their own unique toy design which was inspired by their own research and idea development.
Below are a series of images of the final products and we look forward to taking them back to Transition to see how the students, engage, play and learn with their new toys.
Well done Year 11 for creating some interesting and well thought out designs that kept to the theme and design limitations that were set.
Mr Ken Jordan
Book Week Parade 2022 for Years T-2 students
It was such a thrill to have parents, carers and grandparents back to watch the Years T-2 Book Parade in 2022. Thank you to all the staff that made the Book Parade such a fantastic success this year. Thank you also to all the students and their parents that put so much effort into the amazing costumes. You seem to outdo yourselves every year! It was a treat to have our talented Year 10 Dance and Drama students perform a dance-along song for us at the end. Book Week continues to be such a great opportunity for our College community to come together and celebrate new Australian literature, reading and literacy.
Book Week Competitions
The College Library has a number of competitions running this term for Book Week. The prizes will be CBCA-nominated books.
- Year 3: An artwork done in class based on Walk of the Whales by Nick Bland
- Year 4: An artwork done in class based on Stellarphant by James Foley
- Year 5: A poem and artwork done in class based on Everyday Wonders by Natala Graetz
- Year 6: A Book Trailer done in class using iMovie based on Iceberg by Claire Saxby Illustrated by Jess Racklyeft
Secondary: Book Review Competition:
To celebrate Book Week 2022. Secondary students are invited to write a Book Review on the Library catalogue. Search for a book you have read on the OLIVER Catalogue and add it to the ‘Write a Review’ section. Secondary reviews are due Monday, 5 September.
Book Club Order Due Date: Thursday, 8 September.
Book Club Issue 6 catalogue is now available. Secondary students should select the class ‘Secondary’ when ordering. Primary should select their usual class. All orders are to be made online or through the LOOP App. Orders are due Thursday, 8 September.
Please note that the Book Club catalogue is set out with suggested age ranges for the books, each page has a different age range, with 12 Years and older towards the back. The College does not necessarily endorse the books available through Book Club and parental discretion is advised.
Mrs Justine Colombo
Linguafest Video Competition
Well done to the Linguafest team who did a brilliant job of filming their German video this week for submission in the MLTANSW Linguafest competition. I am looking forward to editing it - following the students' creative direction! We can't wait to show you the finished product. Look out for it at the Country Fair.
Mrs Justine Holmes
Students Leaving at the End of 2022
If your child will not be attending the College in 2023, please give written notice by the end of Term 3 so that your bond may be refunded and to avoid the Term 1, 2023 fees and charges, as agreed in the Terms and Conditions of Enrolment.
Should you have any further general queries, please do not hesitate to contact me on 4684 2722 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Year 7 2024 Sibling Applications
The College Headmaster will begin reviewing places for Year 7 2024 siblings in the upcoming holidays. If your child is in this cohort, please send in their application ASAP to avoid disappointment. If your child is already enrolled at the College, they do not need to apply.
Application For Enrolment
Applications continue to pour in for 2023 and beyond, across all Year Groups, but especially our entry years of Transition, Kindergarten, Year 5, Year 7 and Year 11.
All current College families looking to enrol siblings for the coming years are encouraged to do so without delay to avoid disappointment.
Enrolment packs are available from the Visitors' Reception or from the College website www.wac.nsw.edu.au
Mrs Kristy Biddle
Scrumptious Cake Stall - Country Fair
The Scrumptious Cake Stall will again be at the Country Fair. This is a call out to all our bakers out there to donate some goodies to the Cake Stall. We need items that are easily bagged up for sale, such as:
- Gluten Free Options (clearly marked)
Please drop into the Deakin Administration Building by Friday, 9 September.
Mrs Rhonda Hay
Headmaster's Personal Assistant
WAC Country Fair
Save the date! The WAC Country Fair is on Saturday, 10 September!
CWA Cake Competition
This year, the Cake Competition will be judged by the wonderful ladies at the Picton District CWA Branch. The competition will be run per CWA guidelines. Please note that the cakes entered cannot be sold after judging.
Competition Categories are per age group. You can enter a higher age group, however, you are unable to go down an age group. You can choose your own recipe, however, no packet cakes are to be used.
- Infants – Best Decorated Biscuit (Arrowroot)
- Primary – Plate of four Decorated Cupcakes
- Years 7-9 – Plate of four Butterfly Cakes
- Years 10-12 – Plate of six pieces of a slice (three varieties)
- Open – High Tea Tray, Preserves
- Open – Jam of any variety
Entry Forms will be available at the Student Reception Office soon.
Get the camera out and ready for the Country Fair Photo Competition.
- Under 8 years
- 9-12 years
- 13-16 years
- 17+ years
- People & Pets
- Plant Life
Entry Forms will be available at the Student Reception Office soon
To help with the running of the Country Fair, we are seeking College parent/carer volunteers. Once again, if you are interested in helping out, please give Dierdre Fitzsimmons a call on 0417 249 877 or email email@example.com
2022 Country Fair Amusements:
- Camel Rides
- Pony Rides
- Wood Chopping
- Animal Farm
- Prizes for Cake Competition
- Prizes for Photo Competition
Silent Auctions - Seeking Donations
We are seeking donations of goods or services for our silent auction. If you have a business or know of anyone who might be able to assist, please contact Mrs Deirdre Fitzsimmons on 0417 249 877 or firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorship packages and information.
Mrs Deidre Fitzsimmons
At the beginning of the Term, Years T–6 students designed artworks for this year’s P&F
Fundraiser. These have now been sent away to Crazy Camel and loaded onto our own portal for you
to view and order your child’s keepsake. The students have spent a lot of time and effort on
their beautiful artworks. Orders will need to be finalised by Friday, 23 September. All
money raised will go to the ongoing growth of the College Wollondilly Anglican College.
P&F Clothing Pool
Open During The WAC Country Fair!
The WAC Country Fair is almost here and the P&F Clothing Pool will be open during the Fair!
The Clothing Pool has a great selection of used College uniforms from Transition to Year 12 for purchase. Additionally, our friendly volunteers can help you Monday-Friday 7.45 am-8.30 am at White Cottage. Payment is via EFTPOS only. If you can't make it in, call us on 4623 0286 or email email@example.com
Volunteers to run the shop are also needed, if you can help, please contact Melissa via the clothing pool at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations of used uniforms are gladly accepted at the clothing pool during opening hours or can be left at Student Reception.
Mrs Melissa Whishaw
P&F Clothing Pool Coordinator
0415 402 013
Tahmoor Colliery is an underground coal mine producing high-quality coal for steel production. Tahmoor Coal is a proud supporter of local charities, businesses, organisations and schools; and is committed to responsible mining operations, taking care of the community and environment.
Phone: 02 4640 0100 (within office hours) 1800 154 415 (after hours)
Double Gold Sponsors
Little Elves Childcare Centre
T/ Little Elves OOSH
Bargo Public School
Ph: 0487 000 245
Thirlmere Quality Timbers
60 Oaks Road Thirlmere, NSW, 2572
Phone: Deb 0417 486 522
Office 02 46841 8580
About our business:
We supply quality rural hardwood fencing products and quality seasoned firewood sourced from sustainable regrowth forests. We produce 90% of our stock on-site and strive to supply the best timber products in the area to our customers.
The Associates Insurance Broking Services Pty Ltd
Address: PO Box 56, Bowral NSW 2576
ABN: 90 638 881 660
Contact Person Name: Victoria Holt (Company EA)
Email address: email@example.com
PRISM Human Capital
Address: PO Box 56, Bowral NSW 2576
ABN: 94 604 594 345
Contact Person Name: Victoria Holt (Company EA)
Email address: Victoria.firstname.lastname@example.org
About our business:
Insurance Investment Solutions (IIS) opened its doors for business in 2017 and quickly built a reputation as one of Australia’s leading strata insurance specialist underwriting agencies. We provide brokers with market leading insurance solutions.
Wollondilly Anglican Church
Our church services are all held at St Stephen’s Thirlmere at 9.30 am and 4.30 pm. Both are family services and all ages are welcome. If you are interested in attending a Bible Study, or Youth Group and connecting with the community this way, please visit these links for more information
We also encourage you to check out their website to stay updated with any new information https://wollondillyanglican.org/
Contact them about any enquiries at
C3 Picton and Camden
Live-streaming their services on their YouTube channel:
If you would like to find out more information about C3 connect groups, please visit these links:
If you would like to know more information about C3 and keep updated please visit their website:
Contact them at:
Campbelltown Christian Community Church (C4)
Services run on Sundays at 10.00 am. Also currently streaming their services on their YouTube channel:
Wollondilly Presbyterian Church
Sunday Service starts a 9.15 am.
The Service is also streamed on their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClGGkiM_xP5rCdViW3uo6Xw/featured
They are also holding Church Zoom Calls at 9.15 am on Sundays, if you are interested in connecting to the community in this way, please visit their Facebook page for the links as well as updates, information and to contact about any enquiries.
Tahmoor Baptist Church
Sunday Service starts a 9.50 am.
Also streamed at https://www.tahmoorbaptistchurch.org/
If you are interested in attending a Bible Study, or Youth Group and connecting with the community this way, please visit this link for more information
Picton and Wilton Anglican Church
Picton - Sundays 9.30 am – 10.50 am all welcome.
Also live-streamed on Youtube: http://youtube.com/
Wilton - Sundays 5 pm – 6.20 pm all welcome.
Also live-streamed on Youtube: http://youtube.com/
Most importantly, we encourage all to meet with God directly and personally through daily reading of The Bible and prayer. This is the best way to get to know who God is and further trust in him during this time. If you don’t have a Bible or don't know where to start, we encourage you to download “You Version” on your device, this is a great resource to assist you in your journey and relationship with God.
The Oaks Anglican Church
Sunday at 10.00 am. Services will also be streamed online live: toa.church/livestream/
Douglas Park Evangelical Church
10.00 am Sundays at Douglas Park Community Hall or online via Zoom.
Contact David Luxford on 0404754105 or via Facebook.com/DPEChurch
Wollondilly Uniting Church
110 Thirlmere Way, Tahmoor.
Sunday Service 9.15 am
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.
Staying connected in the Southern Highlands area.
Highlands Christian Church:
Sundays at 10.00 am
Highlands Baptist Church
Sundays at 10.30 am
St Judes (Bowral Anglican)
Traditional Church Building - 8.00 am, 9.30 am & 4.00 pm
Church Auditorium - 9.30 am & 5.30 pm
Sundays at 9.30 am & 11.30 am
Sundays at 10.30 am
Sundays at 10.00 am
WAC Kids Care
From time to time, families undergo trauma such as severe or terminal illness. There are short term support structures in place at the College to assist families during these times.
We have a collection of beautifully prepared meals that are ready for distribution for any families in need.
The WAC Kids Care Program offers support to families in the way of meals. Please contact Mrs Hay or Mrs Evans at the College. Confidentiality will be respected. If you know of anyone who may need meals at this time, please contact the College office.
Please note that the above is a service to the Community and items advertised do not necessarily carry the endorsement of the College. The College tries to be selective with what is advertised but cannot take responsibility. Please look into events advertised carefully.