Waratah Weekly - Term 1, Edition 8 - Friday, 17 March 2023
- Message from the Headmaster
- Deputy Headmaster - Respect
- ANZAC Services
- Resilience In TAS
- Primary Sports
- College Chaplain - Resilience
- Performing Arts News
- Year K-6 Parent-Teacher Evenings
- Year 9 Camp
- Sydney Dance Company 'Ascent'
- Family Chapel - Term 1
- 2023 SHAPE Exhibition & Seminars
- Alumni News - Madiln Mckinley
- World's Greatest Shave
- 2023 Key Events & Dates
- We're Hiring! Maintenance/Gardener - LAST CHANCE
- Arndell Jumping Classic
- Premier's Reading Challenge
- Equestrian - Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition
- P&F Clothing Pool
- Church Services
- Community News
- College Sponsors
Message from the Headmaster
In today's society, trust seems to be a dwindling commodity. The McCrindle Research group has recently shared that Australia is becoming less and less trusting of governments, the media, and institutions such as schools, universities, and even not-for-profit organisations. This lack of trust can have serious consequences on our ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships. At Wollondilly Anglican College, we understand the importance of trust and are committed to building it with our students, parents, and the wider community. We believe that trust is foundational in relationships and essential for good communication. Trust is the key ingredient that allows us to work together and achieve common goals. We are thankful for the foundation of trust that has been built over many years, and we appreciate the trust that our community places in us to care for and educate their children. We understand that trust takes years to build, and seconds to break, which is why we are dedicated to nurturing relationships built on mutual respect, transparency, and accountability. As a College, we will continue to focus on three key areas that we believe are essential for a high-quality education: Learning, Care, and Culture. We are committed to providing our students with an outstanding education that prepares them for a successful future. We believe in providing a safe, caring, and supportive environment where every student feels valued and respected. And we are dedicated to fostering a positive culture that encourages students to be their best. We can do all of this because we also trust in God who has blessed this College so generously. We can put our trust in him because he has always been faithful and trustworthy.
Proverbs tells us to "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." - Proverbs 3:5-6.
May God bless you as you place your trust in him.
Mr Trevor Norman
Deputy Headmaster - Respect
I am not sure I have met somebody who doesn’t want to be respected. In fact, I would think many people would rather be respected than liked. Respect is an important element of the culture at Wollondilly and we encourage our students to respect themselves, one another and their parents.
The Bible places great importance on respect in school students as it teaches that every human being is made in the image of God and deserves to be treated with dignity and honour. In particular, the Bible emphasises the value of honouring one's parents and those in positions of authority, such as teachers and school administrators.
In the book of Proverbs, for example, it says, "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction" (Proverbs 1:7). This verse highlights the importance of showing respect for God and his ways, which includes respecting those who are placed in positions of authority over us, such as teachers and school officials.
Additionally, in the New Testament, the Apostle Paul writes to the church in Ephesus, instructing children to "obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. Honour your father and mother – which is the first commandment with a promise – so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth" (Ephesians 6:1-3). Here, Paul emphasises the importance of showing honour and respect to parents, which includes listening to and obeying their guidance.
At Wollondilly, we will continue to place a high value on respect in our students, as it recognises the important role that teachers, parents and other figures of authority play in shaping young minds and helping them grow into responsible and respectful adults.
Mr Paul Burns
Why Wollondilly Anglican College students should get involved in ANZAC Services
ANZAC Day, Tuesday, 25 April, is one of Australia’s most important national occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand Forces during the First World War.
The Australian and New Zealand Forces landed on Gallipoli on 25 April 1915, meeting fierce resistance from the Ottoman-Turkish defenders. What had been planned as a bold stroke to knock Turkey out of the war quickly became a stalemate, and the campaign dragged on for eight months. At the end of 1915, the allied forces were evacuated from the peninsula, with both sides having suffered heavy casualties and endured great hardships. More than 8,000 Australian soldiers died in the campaign.
Gallipoli had a profound impact on Australians at home, and 25 April soon became the day on which Australians remembered the sacrifice of those who died in the war. Although the Gallipoli campaign failed in its military objectives, the actions of the Australian and New Zealand Forces during the campaign left a powerful legacy. What became known as the “ANZAC legend” became an important part of the identity of both nations, shaping the ways in which they viewed both their past and their future.
On ANZAC Day we remember their blood trodden into the mud of a foreign land. We remember their sacrifice and we remember the sacrifice of many more who fought and died in other wars. We should be grateful. And while we don’t glorify war, we should remember the sacrifice of those who went before us. One of the ways we can show our gratitude and appreciation is by attending one of the many Dawn Services that are available throughout our community.
There are many ANZAC services in our community including:
Students are encouraged to attend a service in their local communities either in the lead-up to or on ANZAC Day. The College will have staff representatives at a number of the services and students are encouraged to attend in full winter uniform as College representatives and to pay their respects.
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Care & Culture T-12
College Captains & Community Service Prefects
Jessica Fraser & Emmett Shafer
Resilience In TAS
This week we heard from Mrs Taylor, Leader of Learning in TAS. Mrs Taylor spoke to the students about some specific applications related to resilience in TAS. The TAS subjects are popular Elective Courses at the College with a combination of theory and practical work. The nature of the subjects requires resilience as students navigate the design process and encounter the need to set goals, adapt ideas, manage distractions, persevere and overcome challenges. The following were the tips provided by Mrs Taylor:
Set Goals - Set goals around timelines and tasks to keep yourself on track
Focus on the things you can control -Obstacles and Challenges happen that are outside of your control, focus on what you can control
Be flexible - Carefully made plans and goals need to change occasionally
Be aware of your thoughts - Don’t let challenges and negative thoughts derail your efforts, listen to how you talk to yourself when challenges present - practise positive thinking
Learn from mistakes - Often in practical subjects learning from mistakes is the best way to improve your skills
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Care & Culture T-12
Our next three weeks of IPSSO are below:
- 22 March: Away against St Gregory’s College
- 29 March: Away against St Peter’s Anglican School. Cricket, Soccer and Oztag at Campbelltown Showground, Basketball at St Peter’s campus
- 5 April - Away against Broughton Anglican College (last round of Term 1)
CIS Swimming - Wednesday, 22 March
Congratulations to the following students who qualified for the CIS Swimming Carnival on Wednesday, 22 March at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. We know you will do your College very proud!
- Lily Bartolo
- Harrison Goddard
- Joe Rebelo
- Jeremy Frendo
- Norah Rebelo
- Camden Frendo
- Lachlan Morris
Primary NASSA Touch Football Gala Day - Monday, 27 March
On Monday, 27 March, a Stage 3 Girls’ Team and a Stage 3 Boys’ Team will be competing at the NASSA Touch Football Gala Day. Students selected for this team are reminded that the bus will be departing WAC from the Front Lawn at 7.00 am. The bus is expected to return from Vale of Ah Reserve, Milperra at 3.30 pm.
Primary NASSA Netball Gala Day - Wednesday, 5 April
Miss McMaster will be selecting a team of Stage 3 Girls to compete at the NASSA Netball Gala Day at Netball Central, Homebush on Wednesday, 5 April. For enquiries concerning the Netball Gala Day, please see Miss McMaster or myself.
WASP Academy (Wollondilly Anglican Sports Performance Academy) - Football (Soccer) begins Term 2!
We are excited to announce the return of WASP Academy. The WASP Academy aims to improve students’ individual sporting skills as well as develop players for our Representative College Sides. In Term 2, we will be running our WASP Football (Soccer) Academy.
Permission notes and further information to be made available soon.
Gymnastics for Stage 2 and Stage 3
Next term, for College Sports, students in Stage 2 and Stage 3 will have the opportunity to participate in Gymnastics sessions at the Wollondilly Community Leisure Centre with Gymtastics. More information about this to be made available soon.
- Monday, 27 March - Primary NASSA Touch Football Gala Day
- Wednesday, 5 April - Primary NASSA Netball Gala Day
- Thursday, 6 April - Years 3-6 Cross Country
Mr James Gooden
Primary Sports Coordinator
College Chaplain - Resilience
The College Learner Disposition focus for Term 1 is Resilience. This is a habit that we are working on developing and cultivating in our students, learning, character and also in their faith. Enduring and persevering with challenges in learning, character and faith all support these areas to grow.
Do you ever look at other people's possessions and go, "gee I wish I had that"? Part of human nature is constantly battling this desire of wanting something that we consider to be 'better' than what we have. Every time my family and I go camping, my wife and I find ourselves looking at the variety of caravans that are set up and going - "gee that would be nice". The thing that we notice as we do this is that it's easy for a sense of discontentment to creep in with what we do have.
The reality is, we're incredibly blessed in Australia. It's easy to forget that compared to the rest of the world we're incredibly wealthy. We've been looking at James 5 in devotions this week and in it, we've been reminded of how God warns those who are wealthy of the danger of being consumed by their wealth. It's easy to fall into the trap James says of pursuing self-indulgence and luxurious living. Now, James is not saying that we can't have wealth and financial stability - rather, he's highlighting the temptation of being consumed by the things of this world and living selfishly, considering only ourselves.
In verses 7-12, James offers an alternative perspective. Instead of being consumed by the things of this world, and the temporary and fleeting pleasure they can bring, be consumed by the maker of this world; the Lord God. Being consumed by God means being focused on Him, it means trusting in Him, and therefore, using what He has blessed us with for His glory. It also means that when we encounter challenges or hardship, we Can endure. This is hard and James rightfully points out it requires patience, but he also highlights that in the midst of challenge, the Christian can have confidence that God is doing something in us.
James says it like this - "strengthen your hearts for the coming of the LORD is near". Standing firm in God enables our hearts to be strengthened, enduring challenges enables our character to experience growth in the now. However, we're also reminded that the blessing associated with persevering in serving our great God (eternal life) far outweighs any temporary aspect of luxurious worldly living in the now. No matter how valuable any worldly treasure is, no matter how much wealth you can accumulate, it pales in comparison to what the all-powerful creator of the universe offers; an eternal relationship with Him. I think that's something worth persevering for, what about you?
Mr Matthew Roberts
Performing Arts News
Singapore Collaboration - Performing Arts Students
This is a general reminder to all Singapore Collaboration students. A schedule of rehearsals and meeting times has been sent directly to those students involved. It is imperative that students provide as much notice to Miss Valente or myself if they are aware that they are unable to attend any of these rehearsals. Our next scheduled rehearsal/meeting will be Monday, 27 March 2.45 pm - 4.15 pm. We will provide Term 2’s scheduled rehearsals/meeting times soon.
HICES Music Festival
This is another reminder to all students in Years 7-12 involved in one of the Music Ensembles at the College of the upcoming HICES Music Festival.
The HICES Music Festival brings together over 400 musicians from across HICES schools in New South Wales. Students will work with experienced conductors at The Tops Conference Centre in Stanwell Tops. All camp participants will be transported to Sydney Town Hall for final rehearsals, and the event will culminate with the Festival Concert on the evening of Wednesday, 16 August 2023.
There is a $595 cost involved in the festival, but it is a fantastic opportunity for students to partake in a joint effort of schools across the Sydney and greater Sydney area that share the same passion for Music making and performance in a range of ensemble contexts.
I am encouraging all students who play an instrument in an Ensemble or sing in our College Choir to consider applying. Please see Mr Law (Secondary Music Teacher) or myself for more information including an application link.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday, 29 March 2023.
Thirlmere Festival of Steam
Two of our Performing Arts groups will be participating this Sunday, 19 March at the Thirlmere Festival of Steam.
The College Strings (7-12) will be performing on the Main Stage at 10.15 am. Parents have been sent the permission note via the College App. They are to meet Ms Bridge and me at the College Tent at 9.45 am.
The College Cheer Group will be participating in the Parade. The Parade commences at 11.00 am, however, all students in this group will be required to meet Ms Valente and me at the College Tent at 10.30 am, before they will be escorted to the marshalling area as one group. Students have been informed of what to bring and what to wear during rehearsals. We wish them all the best as they are the reigning champions of the Parade, after last year’s spectacular SteamPunk routine.
If students or parents have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com for more details or information.
I look forward to seeing our Performing Arts Groups in action, representing our great College at such a significant community event.
Mr Lloyd Grant
Performing Arts Coordinator T-12
Year K-6 Parent-Teacher Evenings
All parents with students in Years K-6 should now have received an email with instructions on how to book online Parent-Teacher Interviews on the following days:
Tuesday, 21 March: 3.00 pm - 7.30 pm (last interview)
ZOOM interviews. All teachers are available except Mr Hopkins (6F), Mrs Napier (KJ) and Mrs Grant (3F).
Wednesday, 22 March: 3.00 pm - 7.30 pm (last interview)
ZOOM interviews. Mrs Napier (KJ) and Mrs Grant (3F) ONLY
Thursday, 23 March: 3.00 pm - 5.00 pm (last interview)
Face to Face interviews. All teachers except Mr Hopkins (6F)
Please note: Mr Hopkins (6F) will carry out interviews early in Term 2 after his return from Parental Leave (to allow him time to get to know his students). We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause parents of 6F.
On Friday, 17 March, interview schedules will be determined and you will then be sent details of your Parent-Teacher Interview booking(s). Any changes to these bookings can be made up until 8.00 AM on Monday, 20 March. If you have not received an email or have questions about booking Parent-Teacher Interviews, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (02) 46230264.
Mr Wayne Baulch
Year 9 Camp
On Wednesday, 8 March, Year 9 travelled to the Anglican Youth Works Campsite in Waterslea, just outside of Nowra about two and a half hours South of the College. The Camp provided an opportunity for students to challenge themselves both physically and mentally while building closer bonds with their peers and enjoying the wonder of God’s creation.
Some of the highlights included the Waterslide, Jetty Jumping and the Overnight Camp Out. The Boys' Physical Challenge and Games Night was very competitive, though, it was Dr Smiltnieks who won the push-up challenge much to the dismay of many of the Year 9 boys. The Girls’ Dance Challenge was also high energy, with groups of students working together to choreograph their own dance routine.
Year 9 should be proud of how they conducted themselves and worked together to overcome the challenges of Camp. It is always rewarding as a teacher to see students work together and form connections with other students that they would not normally have.
Overall, Year 9 Camp was a valuable experience for all involved. It is an experience that they will remember for years to come.
Mr Timothy Clarke
Year 9 Patron
Sydney Dance Company 'Ascent'
Yesterday, the Year 11 and Year 12 Dance classes attended the Secondary Schools’ Matinee of ‘Ascent’ by Sydney Dance Company at the Sydney Opera House in it’s 50th year of performances. Our students were able to see two works of the Triple Bill performed; ‘Forever and Ever’ by Antony Hamilton and ‘I Am-ness’ by SDC Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela who also spoke to the students about their choreographic pursuits. This was an engaging experience and allowed the students to take inspiration for their own composition work, particularly the Year 11 students who will be creating their own Company Dance works. It was also a great opportunity to be exposed to a new realm of Dance in Australia, as this was almost all of the student’s first time watching a Sydney Dance Company performance.
Miss Kara Valente
Family Chapel - Term 1
The College has grown so much in recent years that it has been decided that our first Family Chapel of the year will only be for Kindergarten to Year 6. Since we are concentrating on the Primary Years, the evening will begin at 6.00 pm on Thursday, 30 March under the Shoulder to Shoulder Shelter.
To make life easier for our families, a sausage sandwich will be available at the BBQ area free of charge from 5.30 pm, however, these must be pre-ordered through Trybooking.
Our College Chaplain Mr Matt Roberts will be speaking about one of Jesus' miracles. In addition, we will have the opportunity to listen to the Primary Choir, sing a song of praise together, and hear prayers for our community.
Finally, donations of gold coins or non-perishable food items will be accepted at the rear of the Shelter area. These will be used by the WAC Kids Care team to prepare nourishing meals for those in our community who are struggling with illness or hardship. House points will also be given which will go towards the House Shield.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Mrs Carolyn Clark
Family Chapel Team
2023 SHAPE Exhibition & Seminars
Year 11 and Year 12 Design and Technology and Industrial Technology
This week, Year 11 and Year 12 Design and Technology and Industrial Technology students ventured into the city to the Powerhouse Museum to see the NESA SHAPE 2023 Exhibition. This includes a variety of top band and exemplar Projects from the 2022 Year 12 Cohorts. The Exhibition included Design and Technology Major Design Projects, and Industrial Technology (Furnishings and Multimedia) Major Projects and their Folios. Our Year 12 students were able to sit in seminars from experienced markers in each subject who went through the Folio and Project demands and expectations, giving great insights and tips on how to maximise their marks. The students also had an Industrial Product Designer come and share their experiences in designing in the real world and the connections between what they do every day and the student's work on their major projects. Our Year 11 students were able to also see the Projects and Folios but continued their tour of the museum looking specifically at designed displays and museum pieces that they could analyse and use as future inspiration for their own projects both now and in the future.
Year 11 spent the day exploring the various works from the 2022 HSC students in the subjects areas of Industrial Technology - Furnishing, Multimedia and Design and Technology. There were some amazing student works on display and Year 11 reflected on these works while gaining inspiration for their own future Major Projects in Year 12. After this, we explored the New Australian Design exhibition and Steamhouse exhibitions which showcased some inspiring modern and past designs from areas such as Electronics to Woodwork and Metalwork.
This excursion hopefully gives students a real understanding of what is expected from them in the development and completion of their Major Projects and their Folios. I hope there are now even more motivated to strive to achieve great results and to follow in past students’ footsteps with nominations or even inclusions in the SHAPE Exhibition for 2024. A special thank you to the parents and students for their understanding and flexibility after our bus ride home was delayed for over two hours.
Mr Ken Jordan
Education Perfect Awards
This week, all students studying German participated in the Education Perfect Global Championship. We’re so proud of our students who worked hard to help WAC achieve third place overall in German (out of 1,028 schools!). In addition, several students have earned impressive awards, as follows:
- 1 Elite Award
- 3 Gold
- 3 Silver
- 24 Bronze
- 38 Credit
This is a wonderful reflection of the amount of work students have put into earning points alongside improving their knowledge of German!
Year 7 German
It has been particularly exciting to see our new Year 7 students show enthusiasm and resilience through their willingness to ‘have a go’ at phrases in their new Language. They are laying an excellent foundation for continued success in German. Year 7 particularly love the song “Fliegerlied” which is popular at celebrations in Germany.
Did you know that learning German also enhances English literacy? German is excellent for this because it shares a lot of similarities with English. As well as learning new vocabulary, students learn how languages work – applying what they know about grammar as they manipulate the new language. This helps their English literacy as they compare the two structures. Students develop skills for mastering and memorising information, which helps the brain create new pathways. This is a powerful skill that has been shown to enhance learning in other areas. Some great strategies to help your child in learning German:
- Ask them to teach you what they learned in class that day! If they can’t remember, check out their German Canvas Page.
- Get the whole family to use German for common phrases eg. thank you: Danke Schön
- Encourage them to revise regularly – 10 minutes three times a week is very effective!
- Study with them (e.g. Use flashcards)
- Encourage your child to watch TV shows in German – Netflix has some great kids shows in German
- Download an app like Duolingo and have a family challenge – see who can maintain the longest ‘streak’ in learning!
Reference: NESA Supporting your child: Parent and carer guide – Modern Languages 7-10
German Club: Wednesdays Break 2 J10, Years 7-12.
German Club is well underway for the year with an enthusiastic group of students. We practise German through a variety of fun activities including music, food and games. We’ve been enjoying songs that teach German through the app Lirica. This is a free app and would be great for students who are keen to practise at home.
Mrs Justine Holmes
Alumni News - Madiln Mckinley
Wollondilly Skills Ready Program a Success
After the Black Summer bushfires of 2019-20, a program to help support aspiring young professionals in the Wollondilly Shire was developed. The 'Skills Ready' program was launched in mid-2021 as a partnership between My Gateway (An Employment and Training Agency based in Campbelltown) and the Wollondilly Shire Council. The one-year program aimed to provide local residents of the Shire with traineeships and cadetships. This was seen as a positive boost to the community which had experienced a lot of recent hardship.
The Council’s Director of Shire Connections, Caroline Argent, said the partnership is key to providing local youth with the right job pathways.
“The trainee, apprentice and cadetship programs are important and valued programs at Wollondilly Shire Council. The programs enable the Council to provide opportunities to school leavers, mature-aged students and university graduates to experience a workplace within their chosen field of study.”
A unique aspect of the Skills Ready program is the tailored monthly mentoring sessions. These sessions covered a wide variety of topics, to help the participants gain confidence and skills in a professional environment.
Madilyn McKinley (Year 12 2019) is one of the participants who undertook a cadetship as part of the program. She was in the final year of her Bachelor of Communications degree at Western Sydney University when she commenced at Council in February 2022, working in the Sustainable Growth Department.
“At first I was a little bit unsure as to how my degree would fit in with the work since they felt like two very foreign things,” Madilyn said.
“But I think what I’ve enjoyed most is being able to learn so much. I’ve been exposed to the planning world, which I had no idea about.”
Madilyn has been tasked with using her communications skills to assist her team, breaking down what can be complex language into more layman’s terms. It’s a role she has enjoyed and embraced.
“I’ve actually been able to take what I’ve learnt in my degree and apply it. Especially breaking down language and some of the creative things I’ve been able to do,” Madilyn said.
Article provided by My Gateway
It is certainly pleasing to see how well one of our previous students is building her own future and making the most of local employment opportunities.
Dr Rob Bearlin
Careers Adviser & Science Teacher
World's Greatest Shave
Date: Friday, 31 March
Venue: Shoulder to Shoulder Shelter
Involvement: If a student would like to be involved in the World's Greatest Shave they need to contact Mr Toland first.
Type of Cut: Students will be allowed to have their cut down short but not allowed to have it shaved. Students will not be able to have their hair coloured.
2023 Key Events & Dates
We're Hiring! Maintenance/Gardener - LAST CHANCE
Arndell Jumping Classic
Three members of the WAC Equestrian Team competed at Arndell Jumping Classic on Saturday, 11 March, coming away with some fantastic results.
- Clare Moss placed sixth in the 11-12 years, 60cm division, as well as placing fifth in the 11-12 years, 75cm division.
- Chloe Baloglow-Gay placed third in the 7-8 years, 90cm division.
- Olivia Carter placed second in the 9-10 years, 90cm division.
Ms Stacey Baker
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Premier's Reading Challenge
Call For Lost Library Books, Home Readers, Music Books, Instruments
If you find any of these items at home, perhaps borrowed in previous years and just not returned, please bring them back to the College. In some cases, you may have been charged a replacement fee. If you have been charged and you return this item, you will receive a full refund (if it is in good condition). Items can be returned to Student Reception or at any of the Library return boxes.
Book Club Orders Due Thursday, 23 March
The Book Club Issue 2 catalogue is now available. Secondary students should select the class ‘Secondary’ when ordering. Primary select their usual class. All orders are to be made online or through the LOOP App. Please note that the Book Club catalogue is sent out with suggested age ranges for the books, each page has a different age range, with ages 12+ towards the back. The College does not necessarily endorse the books available through Book Club and parental discretion is advised.
Important Changes to the K-2 Premier’s Reading Challenge
This year we are making some changes to the way we administer the Premier’s Reading Challenge for Years K-2. Students in Years K-2 will not take part in the Challenge as a group anymore. If parents would like their child to complete the PRC they can add books that they read at home to their child’s online record. Please email email@example.com and I will provide your child’s login details and instructions on how to do that. Students in Years K-2 can either read or be read to for the PRC. Any questions please let me know.
Equestrian - Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition
P&F Clothing Pool
Come and join our friendly team at the Clothing Pool!
Volunteers are needed for a Monday or Thursday morning for just 45 minutes, from 7.45 am to 8.30 am. The work is quick and easy, and is a great way to meet other parents!
Thank you to our current volunteers:
Monday: Renu Tondak
Tuesday: Claudia Hall, Janise Hawksworth, Deanna Parry
Wednesday: Kath Whittaker, Melissa Whishaw
Thursday: Kerrie Holloway
Friday: Cristina Negi, Amanda Coles, Annette Dalrymple
We had a lovely Morning Tea at La Crema Cafe this term with some of the team, it was a great catch-up and a nice way to acknowledge our volunteers!
If you would like to volunteer please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 0415402013.
Have a great week!
Opening Hours: 7.45 am - 8.30 am
Days: Monday - Friday
Location: White Cottage - side windows adjacent to the rear of the Canteen.
Phone: 0415 402 013
Mrs Melissa Whishaw
Clothing Pool Coordinator
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 to 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.
MW Physie and Dance
Registrations are open for MW Physie and Dance. Part of the Australian Physie and Dance organistion. (https://www.mwapda.com.au/
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.
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.