Waratah Weekly - Term 1, Edition 9 - Friday, 24 March 2023
- Message from the Headmaster
- Canteen News
- Thirlmere Festival of Steam
- ANZAC Services
- Year 12 Half Yearly Examination Period
- College Chaplain - Resilience
- Performing Arts News
- Year 11 and 12 Textiles – TexStyle Exhibition Excursion
- Go4Fun Program - Term 2 located in Appin
- MyTech - Classroom Usage
- Family Chapel - Term 1
- Secondary Sport
- Primary Sports
- Year 6 Canberra Excursion
- World's Greatest Shave
- 2023 Key Events & Dates
- T-2 Parents (BUT applicable to EVERY parent)
- Equestrian - Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition
- P&F Clothing Pool
- Church Services
- Community News
- College Sponsors
Message from the Headmaster
I recently had the privilege of visiting two schools in Sydney, where I had the opportunity to learn about strategic planning, developing culture and character and the importance of Christian Education. I was encouraged to see that our College's focus on Learning, Care, and Culture is critical and aligns with the best practices of other leading schools. During my visits, I had the pleasure of meeting with two Headmasters who are passionate about the importance of Christian Education for this generation of students. We had in-depth discussions about how we can better serve our students and how to create a learning environment that is both challenging and nurturing.
One of the key takeaways from my visit was the importance of strategic planning. These schools had clear goals and objectives for the future, and they were focused on implementing strategies that would help them achieve those goals. It was inspiring to see how a well-thought-out plan could drive the success of a school.
Another topic we discussed was the development of a positive school culture. It was evident that both schools had put a lot of effort into creating a culture that sets high expectations of behaviour within a supportive and encouraging environment. They recognised that a positive school culture is essential for student wellbeing, engagement, and academic success.
Lastly, both Headmasters emphasised the importance of Christian Education. They recognised that in today's world, students are faced with numerous challenges and pressures. However, by providing a Christian education, schools can offer students a firm foundation on which to build their lives.
I came away from these visits feeling inspired and encouraged about the direction that Wollondilly Anglican College is heading. I am proud that our focus on Learning, Care, and Culture aligns with the best practices of other leading schools and I am confident that our commitment to Christian Education will continue to make a positive impact on our students.
Thank you for your ongoing support of our College.
Mr Trevor Norman
Commencing from Monday, 27 March the College Canteen will allow students in Years 7-12 to pay for food using Eftpos.
This is not for canteen orders only for students purchasing food or drink items from the Canteen.
Students are not permitted to use their phones, they must present a physical eftpos card for the transaction to take place. This is to maintain consistency in relation to our phone use policy.
This is an exciting addition for students and for our Canteen Manager and staff. Looking forward to tapping away on a Yoghurt and Granola.
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Care & Culture T-12
Thirlmere Festival of Steam
Thank you to our Student Leaders who worked on the stall last Sunday at the Thirlmere Festival of Steam and also to our Creative Arts Students who performed on the stage and danced in the parade (see more details in Mr Grant's article).
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Care & Culture T-12
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.
College Captains & Community Service Prefects
Jessica Fraser & Emmett Shafer
Mr Liam Toland
Director of Care & Culture T-12
Year 12 Half Yearly Examination Period
Year 12 will undergo Half Yearly exams next week Monday, 27 March - Friday, 31 March.
Students have been issued with an exam timetable and know what exams are being run on which days. If students do not have an exam in the morning or middle session of the day, they are expected to go to supervised study in the Flynn Library.
Regular College classes will occur in Period 5 - the period after lunch.
Students should use this time to gain valuable feedback on their performance in timed conditions and use this information to help them prepare for the trials that will occur in Term 3.
Just a reminder that as the weather starts to cool down, we do have COVID tests that parents can pick up if you are concerned and think that your child needs testing.
Please contact Student Reception if you would like to pick up some tests
Mrs Kelly Evans
Director of Teaching and Learning 7-12
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.
This week, I had the privilege of taking seven Year 5 and Year 6 students who attend the 5/6 lunchtime Christian Group to a CRUFIT training day held at Broughton Anglican College. The day was all about equipping and encouraging them in their Christian journey. The training day highlighted how important it is to spend time with other Christians as it's such a pivotal way in which we grow in our faith.
How do we grow? Often, the biggest growth occurs as we persevere through challenges. Through challenges, we have an opportunity to grow in our resilience, and in our capacity to bounce back. Confidence in our convictions is formed when we're tested. The Bible makes it clear that the Christian life is one that will not be free of difficulty or challenge, that's why the author of Hebrews says, " Let us consider how we may spur each other on toward love and good deeds". We need the encouragement and support of a loving and caring community especially when we experience hardship. One of the ways that God works is through His people trusting and asking for His power to be able to effectively love and care for one another. The Christian life will be challenging, it will be one that the broader world will respond to with a measure of hostility, apathy and anger. However, as the world confronts us with a set of ideals that are clearly in conflict with the Christian message the Christian is presented with an opportunity. This opportunity is for us to grow in our faith, to have our character shaped as we persevere and seek to lovingly and gently respond to this world with the message that it so desperately needs to know, that is, there is an all-powerful and loving God who deeply cares for you.
Yes as Christians, our faith has grown and our character is refined as we endure adversity so that we might grow more like Jesus as a result of His power working in us. But at the same time, God in His great mercy gives us an opportunity to demonstrate through our actions, in front of a rapidly growing audience, the reason for the hope we have. What is that reason? An all-powerful and loving God deeply cares for us and He calls us to place our trust in Him. What's your reason for enduring hardship? Are your actions motivated by a relationship with the eternal, all-powerful living God, or are they motivated by something else? God deeply cares for you, how are you going to respond?
Mr Matthew Roberts
Performing Arts News
Thirlmere Festival of Steam - Performing Arts
Congratulations to the students involved in the performances at the recent Thirlmere Festival of Steam. Firstly, to our College Strings who performed beautifully on the main stage in the morning. It was great to see students from Year 7 through to our current Year 12, working together to make some wonderful music. Many thanks to the work Ms Bridge our College String tutor has done with the students already so early this year and I look forward to more performances as the year progresses.
Secondly, to our College Cheer group that partook in the Parade again this year. As reigning champions of the parade from last year with their SteamPunk performance, this year they were at it again with a ‘Locomotion’ performance featuring some small stunts and choreographed marching routines. Their faces were gleaming with pride of what they had prepared over the course of this term, especially with Year 7 and Year 9 camp disruptions to their regular rehearsal time. Massive thank you to the work Miss Valente has done with the students in preparation for this event, with extra rehearsals during break times over the past few weeks and this certainly paid off. An additional thank you to the assistance of a number of staff including Mrs Kluit and Mrs Turner for carrying the College banner in the parade, Mrs Bawden and Mrs Evans for assisting students with their makeup and accessories and Dr Smiltnieks for his assistance on the day. The College Cheer group received ‘Best Choreographed Group’ as part of the parade awards. Congratulations students and Miss Valente!
Thirdly, one of our Year 12 students involved in Performing Arts groups for a number of years was nominated for the Agnes Chalker Cultural Award, as part of the festivities.
The Agnes Chalker Cultural Award was set up in 2010 after the passing of Agnes Chalker, a long time local identity in Thirlmere with a passion for the promotion of Tourism and Music in the Wollondilly Shire. She was instrumental in the development of the Miners Memorial Music Shelter in Thirlmere Park and was one of the Foundation members of the Steam Festival over 30 years ago.
Jennifer Wales of Year 12 won the award for her commitment to Music and Performing Arts over the course of her time at the College and was presented the award by Michael Chalker, son of Agnes Chalker, whom the award was named after.
Jennifer Wales of Year 12 has been a long serving member of College Music ensembles including the College Band playing Clarinet and singing in the College vocal groups. She has also jumped on numerous opportunities to participate in the College's traditional musical productions and taken part in annual Talent Quest shows.
Jennifer is a positive role model for younger students at the College and is conscious of her role as a Senior student in ensembles, demonstrated through her conduct in rehearsals and performances. She exhibits a strong passion for Music through her energy and eagerness to perform.
Jennifer is a worthy recipient of this award.
FINAL REMINDER - HICES Music Festival
This is FINAL 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 $595.00 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 that 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, that needs to be completed by the student/parent.
Closing date for applications is looming. The closing date is NEXT Wednesday, 29 March, 2023.
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 me if they are aware that they are unable to attend any of these rehearsals.
There has been a change to the schedule for the end of this Term:
Next Monday (27 March) will ONLY be the Music students rehearsing with Mr Grant in Melba 1
The following Monday (3 April) will ONLY be the Dance students rehearsing with Miss Valente in Johnson 11.
We will provide Term 2’s scheduled rehearsals/meeting times to the students in the next week, via email.
Mr Lloyd Grant
Performing Arts Coordinator T-12
Year 11 and 12 Textiles – TexStyle Exhibition Excursion
On Thursday this week Year 11 and Year 12 Textiles and Design Students attended the Texstyle, the Shape, and the Zampatti Powerhouse Exhibitions. We travelled by train to Concord at Gallery 76 for the Texstyle Exhibition Here they had the opportunity to view exemplar Major Textiles Projects from the 2022 HSC.
We followed this with a trip to the Powerhouse Museum where students had the opportunity to view exemplary projects from the Shape Exhibition. They also viewed examples of different types of lace and tried their hand at using a loom. Seeing the Zampatti Powerhouse Exhibition was a highlight, viewing the works of the Late Carla Zampatti, which included a gown designed for Princess Mary of Denmark and a suit designed for Julia Gillard to wear when she addressed the US congress.
Mrs Emily Taylor
Leader of Learning - TAS
Go4Fun Program - Term 2 located in Appin
Please see below information for the next Go4Fun that will start in Term 2, located in Appin.
What does Go4Fun involve?
Go4Fun is a free fun and fitness program for children who may be above a healthy weight. Designed for NSW children aged between 7 and 13 years. Go4Fun is a great way to learn more about healthier living. The program focuses on making lifestyle changes as a family, encourages healthy eating habits and fitness and improves self-esteem in kids. Best of all, it’s completely free.
Go4Fun takes place during school terms after school for two hour sessions once per week. It’s run by qualified health professionals, including dietitians and exercise physiologists.
Sessions run once a week for two hours, over a 10 week period. In the first hour, children and adults learn about healthy eating for the whole family. In the second hour, children enjoy game-based activities, while the adults discuss how to work on better health at home.
As Go4Fun is a family focused program and a parent or carer must come to every session. For more information see below information.
MyTech - Classroom Usage
A common question that is raised is, how will devices be used in class? Currently, our staff use technology in a variety of ways to teach students. This ranges from setting specific online tasks to giving open-ended tasks where students are expected to use technology to solve a problem. With our well-established ‘MyTech’ program and the Canvas learning management system, students have access to many resources in the classroom (and at home) to supplement the quality lesson delivery of their teachers.
Technology does not replace the explicit teaching of concepts or the interaction between the teacher and the students. Its purpose is to enhance the method and practice of teaching. It is expected that, where appropriate, devices will be used in most subjects. Therefore, it is vital that students bring their devices fully charged to the College every day.
Parents and students sometimes enquire about the use of exercise books, textbooks and worksheets. Students do continue to use exercise books as part of their learning process and it is important that their handwriting skills are maintained. The College uses a blended learning environment meaning that traditional classroom methods, such as, the use of exercise books and textbooks, are combined with the internet and digital media. Depending on the type of activity, the teacher will decide on the best tool to use and will clearly communicate this to the students. Even though the device is an integral part of most, but not all lessons, students will still be required to complete handwritten tasks, particularly in Year 11 and Year 12, as we are conscious of the need for students to be prepared for written examinations.
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 Craig Russell
Secondary Learning Innovations Coordinator
Family Chapel - Term 1
This is a reminder that the Primary K-6 Family Chapel will be held on Thursday, 30 March at 6.00 pm under the Shoulder to Shoulder Shelter. A sausage sizzle & drink will be supplied from 5.30 pm in the BBQ area, but please order these through the Trybooking link below to help us with catering numbers. (You may need to copy and paste the link for it to work for you)
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
It was a great night out at SOPAC for the annual NASSA Swimming Championships last Tuesday. Our team had some excellent performances across the night which saw WAC ranked 3rd in the overall point score and 19 students qualify for the AICES Championships. Special mention goes to Denise Grabe who broke two records and was named U14 Age Champion as well as Heidi Jones who also broke one record on her way to being named U13 Age Champion. I would also like to thank students and parents for their great support for all WAC competitors on the night which created a great atmosphere. Sitting on the pool deck the support and cheers for our WAC swimmers was evident with every strong performance being applauded and recognised by those in the stands.
WAC Cross Country
The Secondary Cross Country Carnival will be held on Thursday, 6 April during Periods 1 and 2. This event is held on site and all students are encouraged to participate to earn points towards the House Shield. The top 5 runners will qualify for the NASSA Championships, held in Term 2. Following the event, students will return to their regular classes.
Term 1 MISA Finals
Next week sees the culmination of the Term 1 MISA competition with five out of our nine teams going through the regular season undefeated to make the Grand Final. It is great to see so many students representing the College and we wish all our teams well. In Week 10 we will hold trials for our Term 2 MISA teams. I would encourage all students to give one of our MISA teams a go regardless of your experience in each sport. You might just surprise yourself!
AICES Rugby Union
Nominations are now open for the U16 and Opens AICES Rugby Union trials. Any student wishing to be considered should speak with Mr Goldsbrough asap. A reminder this is a representative trial for AICES to compete at the CIS Championships so players need to be of a high standard.
AICES Swimming - Wednesday, 29 March
NASSA Netball - Friday, 31 March
Term 2 MISA Trials - Tuesday, 4 April
WAC Cross Country - Thursday, 6 April
Mr Mark Goldsbrough
Secondary Sport Coordinator
Our next weeks of IPSSO are below:
Wednesday, 29 March - Away against St Peter’s Anglican School. Cricket, Soccer and Oztag at Campbelltown Showground, Basketball at St Peter’s campus.
Junior game runs from: 11.45 am to 12.30 pm.
Senior game runs from: 12.50 pm to 1.30 pm
Wednesday, 5 April - Away against Broughton Anglican College (last round of Term 1)
Well done to our NASSA represenatives at the CIS Swimming Carnival! They competed bravely against very tough competition. We even had quite a number of students make it to finals races.
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 these teams 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. 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.
Cross Country - Years 3-6 - Thursday, 6 April
On Thursday, 6 April, students in Years 3 to 6 will be competing in the 2023 Primary Cross Country on the WACA from 11.05 am to 1.05 pm. Races will begin and finish on the WACA.
Students are required to wear their coloured house shirts and sports hat. It is recommended students bring their drink bottles and sunscreen.
Parents are very welcome to attend as spectators. However, we request parents refrain from parking on the main access road to the WACA as this will be part of the course for the day.
A timetable for the day is below:
Ages 8 and 9 years
Boys 11.25 am
Girls 11.30 am
Age 10 years
Boys 11.40 am
Girls 11.45 am
Age 11 years
Boys 11.55 am
Girls 12.00 pm
Ages 12 and 13 years
Boys 12.10 pm
Girls 12.20 pm
Presentation of Winners 12.45 pm
Ages 11, 12, 13 year olds run the 3km track
Ages 8, 9, 10 year olds run the 2km track
T-2 Cross Country - Thursday, 6 April
On Thursday, 6 April, students in Years T-2 will be competing in the 2023 T-2 Cross Country on the Front Oval from 1.35 pm to 2.25 pm. Races will begin at the base of Elizabeth and finish at the Deakin Terraces. Students are encouraged to wear their house sport shirts. Parents are welcome to attend as spectators.
Gymnastics for Stages 2 and 3
Next Term, for College Sport, students in Stages 2 and 3 will have the opportunity to participate in Gymnastics sessions at the Wollondilly 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 - 3-6 Cross Country (11.05 am to 1.05 pm)
Thursday, 7 April - T-2 Cross Country (1.35 pm to 2.25 pm)
Mr James Gooden
Primary Sports Coordinator
Year 6 Canberra Excursion
Last Friday, 17 March, Year 6 braced the cold and dark to depart the College at 6.30 am for our annual excursion to Canberra. What a day!
First there was an action packed session full of curiosity and wonder at Questacon before moving onto the NEEC; where students participated in a more serious matter of learning how a candidate is elected into the House of Representatives through the preferential voting system.
Following this, was a flying visit to the National War Memorial before arriving back at the College at 7.00 pm.
Students are commended on their excellent behaviour and the way they represented the College.
Mrs Lisa Maher
Leader of Learing, Care and Culture - Stage 3
World's Greatest Shave
The College will again be participating in the World's Greatest Shave on Friday, 31 March 2023. If you would like to donate to the team, please go to the link below.
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
T-2 Parents (BUT applicable to EVERY parent)
As parents are aware, our Learner Disposition focus this term is Resilience. But resilience is not just for our children.
As parents we are faced with challenges every day. We have a seemingly unending list of tasks, like organising lunchboxes, getting children ready for school, getting our kids to after school commitments, tending to their physical and emotional needs. And the list goes on, homework demands, make dinner, get the washing done. It doesn't ever stop.
Meanwhile as parents, we are trying to manage our own physical and mental health and responsibilities at work and home.
Research shows that parents are more burnt out than ever before but research also tells us that being resilient helps us to bounce back from adversity and frustrations, and return quickly to a state of healthy functioning. When we are able to be resilient parents, we can teach the skills of resilience to our own children.
There is a 40 minute recorded webinar, The Resilient Parent, available for parents who sometimes can feel overwhelmed with the challenges of the parenting gig (and let's face it, we have all felt overwhelmed at times!).
This webinar is designed for parents who are ready to leave the burnt out parenting behind them for good and bring more resilience and strength to their own children.
In this recorded webinar the following is shared:
the research behind parental burn out and how this could be hurting you and your family
the five solutions you can take to boost your resilience and make you and your family happier
the tools and techniques you can use to build your own reserves of parenting resilience and help you model resilience for your kids too.
You can also find lots of great resources and information on this site for Raising Resilient Kids.
Mrs Tracy Turner & Mrs Kim Reid
Leader of Learning, Care and Culture - Early Stage 1 & Stage 1
Equestrian - Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition
P&F Clothing Pool
Clothing Pool Summer Uniform Sale
10% Off Summer Uniform Items
The clothing pool has a great selection of used uniform items, come in and see what you can save!
Cashless transactions only - Visa , MasterCard & Eftpos accepted.
Sale items include :
- Primary, Secondary and Senior Boys' Summer Shirts & Shorts
- Primary, Secondary and Senior Girls' Summer Blouses and Tunics
- Sport Polo Shirts and Shorts
Items On sale until the end of this Term !
Also, we would like some more volunteers - are you free for 45 mins on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday?
Please contact Melissa 0415 402 013
- Location: White Cottage
- Open: 7.45 am to 8.30 am
- Payment: Card only
Have a great week!
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
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