Waratah Weekly - Term 2, Edition 1 - Friday, 28 April 2023
- Message from the Headmaster
- Secondary News
- Secondary Sports News
- Primary Sports News
- WASP Football Academy
- Year 7-10 Parent-Teacher Interview
- Performing Arts News
- College Chaplain - Resourcefulness
- ANZAC Day
- Year 12 Hospitality - Work Placement
- Year 10 Food Tech - Term 1
- Year 12 CAFS - Virtual Baby
- PDHPE: Year 7 Participation in E-cigarette Research Study
- Term 2 Secondary PE Lessons
- Family Chapel - Term 2
- Equestrian News
- Library News
- P&F - Excavator Wanted!
- Enrolment News
- 2023 Key Events & Dates
- Speed Cubing Competition
- LOWES Sale
- P&F Clothing Pool
- Church Services
- Community News
- College Sponsors
Message from the Headmaster
Welcome back to another exciting term of learning at Wollondilly Anglican College. As always, this term will be full of opportunities for learning, growing, and maturing as young men and women.
During times of busyness or personal challenges, we can sometimes experience feelings of stress or anxiety. It's essential to recognize that almost everyone experiences periods of stress, sadness or anxiety, and it is significantly healthier to talk about it and address it than to keep it all hidden inside. At Wollondilly Anglican College, we are thankful for the caring staff who are available to students who need someone to talk to, as well as the supportive culture of our students who demonstrate care and understanding for each other.
In addition to the important support we receive from others, we can also take steps to improve our own mental health. Two practices that are highly valuable in helping to manage anxiety or sadness are mindfulness and relaxation techniques. These are skills that can be developed, and we encourage families to talk about them and support their children to practice them (as they become old enough to do so).
Mindfulness is a practice that involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. It helps us to become more aware of our thoughts and feelings and to accept them without getting caught up in them. Mindfulness can be particularly beneficial for students as it can help to reduce stress and anxiety, increase focus and concentration, and improve overall well-being. To get started with mindfulness, try this brief mindfulness exercise.
- Find a quiet and comfortable place to sit where you won't be disturbed for a few minutes
- Sit with your back straight but relaxed and your feet flat on the ground
- Close your eyes or lower your gaze to a spot on the ground in front of you
- Take a deep breath in through your nose, hold it for a few seconds, and then exhale slowly through your mouth
- Begin to pay attention to your breath. Notice the sensation of the air entering and leaving your body. Observe how your chest and belly rise and fall with each inhale and exhale
- If your mind begins to wander, simply notice the thought and then gently bring your focus back to your breath
- Continue to observe your breath for a few more minutes. You may notice your breath slowing down and your body relaxing
- When you're ready, slowly open your eyes or raise your gaze and take a moment to notice how you feel
Relaxation techniques include activities such as deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and visualization. These techniques can help students to reduce tension and promote feelings of calm and relaxation, which can be particularly helpful during times of high stress. To get started with relaxation techniques, try this brief visualisation exercise.
- Find a quiet and comfortable place where you can sit or lie down without any disturbance
- Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths to relax your body and mind
- Imagine a peaceful and serene place that makes you feel calm and happy. It could be a beach, a mountain, a forest, or any place that makes you feel relaxed
- Visualize yourself in that peaceful place. Imagine the sights, sounds, and smells of that place. Feel the warmth of the sun on your skin, the cool breeze on your face, the sound of the waves crashing on the shore, or the chirping of birds in the forest
- Focus on your breathing and imagine inhaling positivity and exhaling negativity. With each breath, imagine the stress and tension leaving your body, and your mind becoming clearer and more relaxed
- Stay in this peaceful place as long as you need to feel calm and rejuvenated. When you're ready, slowly open your eyes and take a few more deep breaths before getting up.
Developing effective stress management skills is also essential for good mental health. Encouraging students to practice stress management skills, such as exercise, time management, and prioritization, can help them to cope with stress in a healthy way.
In addition to the techniques above, the most valuable way that I cope with stress is to hand over my concerns to God through prayer. 1 Peter 5:7 encourages us to cast all our cares upon Him because He cares for you. He is an ever-present help, a source of peace and a faithful Father who will never leave us or forsake us
As we begin this new term, we encourage our students to take some time to reflect on their own mental health and well-being. Consider incorporating mindfulness, relaxation techniques or prayer into your daily routine.
Mr Trevor Norman
Year 7 Elevate Education Session
This week students in Year 7 attended an incursion by Elevate Education in which they were taught how to develop important study skills and time management techniques. One of the biggest challenges that can be faced by a Year 7 student when they start their time in the Secondary Years at the College is the ability to manage and complete a range of homework and assessment tasks for a variety of subject areas. During the session, students were given some helpful tips. Below are some of the students' thoughts regarding these tips:
- I should do homework before leisure activities
- I should do the homework I least enjoy first, rather than leaving it to the last
- Time management is important to ensure I stay on top of my work
- 15 minutes – 30 minutes of revision is helpful to help consolidate what I have learnt in class
- It is helpful to split assignments into four main areas: Research, Organise, Write, Present
Year 8 into Year 9 2024 – Subject Information Booklet
Our current Year 8 students have been given a Subject Information Booklet which has a variety of course information about their possible Elective choices for 2024. This has been deliberately given to students early so they can start having important conversations with teachers and also parents about future pathways and subject choices. Students will attend an information session at the College to hear more about these subjects on Wednesday, 14 June and following that, an opportunity for parents to attend an information evening with their child on the same night starting at 7.00 pm in the Warne Auditorium. Students who were absent when these booklets were given out can access their copies at Student Reception.
Year 10 into Year 11 2024 – Subject Information Booklet
Our current Year 10 students were equally excited to receive their information booklet regarding their subject choices for 2024. Our Year 10 students will undergo a two-day program to hear about subject choices, how to ensure they maintain balance during their time in Stage 6 and information on various pathway options. This program will be held at the College and will occur on Tuesday, 6 and Wednesday, 7 June with a parental information session also being held at 7.00 pm in the Warne Auditorium. Students who did not receive a copy of the Information Booklet can collect one from Student Reception.
Mrs Kelly Evans
Director of Teaching & Learning Secondary (7-12)
Secondary Sports News
NASSA Cross Country
On Thursday, 25 May we will be sending a team of over 80 students to the NASSA Secondary Cross Country Carnival held at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre. Permission notes are currently live on the App and parents are reminded of the need to complete the Google Form indicating their child’s transport needs on the day. Students will return to the College for their Period 5 classes and therefore need to pack their usual learning materials such as a laptop, diary, pencil case, workbook and/or textbook. Parents are permitted to attend to support our WAC students.
It has been a strong start to the Term 2 MISA season. After two rounds, our Indoor Cricket, Hockey, Girls' Basketball and Ultimate Frisbee teams remain undefeated whilst our Soccer Teams and Boys' Basketball teams all have one win, one loss. Students in Soccer and Hockey are reminded of the need to wear their College socks during matches along with all necessary safety gear. These are available for purchase from Student Reception.
Congratulations to each of the students who represented NASSA at the AICES Hockey Championships on the Central Coast back in Week 1. It was a great day for the U16 Girls who won the Carnival with Matilda Contre narrowly missing selection in the AICES side.
In Week 2 we had five students attend the CIS Swimming Championships at Sydney Olympic Park. Denise Grabe had a fantastic two days in the pool walking away with gold in both the 100m and 200m Freestyle and a Bronze in the 50m Freestyle. Heidi Jones also had a strong outing with a bronze in the 50m Freestyle to accompany two 4ths and a 5th place. Congratulations girls.
- AICES 15’s Girls' Soccer - 12 May
- AICES Open Netball - 24 May
- NASSA Cross Country - 25 May
- AICES Cross Country - 1 June
- NASSA Junior Volleyball - 2 June
Mr Mark Goldsbrough
Secondary Sports Coordinator
Primary Sports News
Primary NASSA Netball Gala Day - Report by Miss McMaster
On the second last day of Term 1, a group of Primary Stage 3 girls accompanied Miss McMaster to Netball Central to compete at the NASSA Netball Gala Day.
The team played exceptionally well against some well-matched competition. They placed 5th overall on the day. Jessica Blomfield, Tenneesse Kozma and Amelia Fletcher were selected for the Possibles & Probables match. Congratulations to Jessica and Tenneesse for being selected for the NASSA Netball Team! Jess and Tennessee will be representing NASSA on Friday, 5 May at Netball Central.
Primary Cross Country
Primary students were able to enjoy the sunshine and fair weather for our Primary Cross Country.
Well done to our Cross Country Age champions!
The top eight placed finishers of each age group have qualified to represent WAC at the Primary NASSA Cross Country on Thursday, 25 May.
Our next five weeks of IPSSO are below:
- 3 May - IPSSO Trials
- 10 May - Home game against Mount Annan Christian College
- 17 May - Home game against Macarthur Anglican School
- 24 May - Away game against Mount Annan Christian College
- 31 May - Home game against St Gregory's College
Gymnastics for Stage 2 and Stage 3
Next term, for College Sport, students in Stage 2 and Stage 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.
Mr James Gooden
Primary Sports Coordinator
WASP Football Academy
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.
Mr James Gooden
Primary Sports Coordinator
Year 7-10 Parent-Teacher Interview
Parent-Teacher interviews are a great chance to meet your child's teacher(s) and find out how your child is progressing in their studies. Interviews for students in Year 7 to Year 10 will be occurring in Weeks 3 and 4 of Term 2. On Tuesday, 9 May teachers will be available for face–to–face interviews at the College between 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm and on Thursday, 18 May teachers will conduct interviews via Zoom between 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm. Please put these dates in your calendar and make sure your email addresses are up-to-date in Edumate. Parents should have now received the details for how to book. If not, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Wayne Baulch
Performing Arts News
Ensembles/Groups Term 2
We have hit the ground running this term with our Performing Arts Ensembles and Groups. Our Groups are right back into the swing of things and continue to work towards fantastic performance opportunities in the not-too-distant future.
As this is a new term, you might be considering involvement in one of our Ensembles and Groups. Best practice with joining an Ensemble or Group should include the following elements:
- A conversation between the student and their parents - this provides a great opportunity for discussion regarding time management and the importance of committing to an Ensemble or Group
- A conversation between the student and the Ensemble/Group Leader (or myself) - this gives the Leader an opportunity to provide the student with any additional information that might not already be known to the student
- The Leader will add the student's name to the Group list/roll and parents may be notified with any additional information or permission slip via the WAC App
Please see our Term schedules below for both Primary and Secondary Ensembles - NOTE: some groups are FULL and will not be accepting new students at this time:
Upcoming Events - WAC Crew
Below is a short summary and reminder to students in our WAC Crew that have volunteered their time at various events.
Stage 6 Monday Assembly
Stage 5 Monday Assembly
Secondary Family Chapel
Stage 4 Monday Assembly
Singapore Collaboration Trip Rehearsals
A reminder to the students involved in the upcoming Singapore Trip, the schedule has been sent via email and has also been amended already this term due to some unforeseen circumstances. Next Monday, 1 May (Week 2), Dance and Zoom students are rehearsing and meeting. There will be no Music rehearsal until Week 3.
Mr Lloyd Grant
Performing Arts Coordinator T-12
College Chaplain - Resourcefulness
The College Learner Disposition focus for Term 2 is Resourcefulness. This is a habit that we are working on developing and cultivating in our students, their learning, their character and also in their faith.
During the holidays my wife and I began watching a TV series called Alone Australia. We've been really enjoying it, the premise is contestants compete to see who can last the longest on their own in the Australian wilderness. In the last episode, we watched and were amazed at a contestant named Mike who made his own kayak in order to try and fish in deeper water. He chopped down trees and then shaped the timber into a kayak before using a dry bag type material as the base of the kayak. He then made his own paddle and took the fishing rod that, yep you guessed it, he made, out on the water to try and catch some fish. His resourcefulness was remarkable - he didn't have a wasteful attitude and therefore used his time effectively.
This caused me to reflect on how I'm using my time. It caused me to reflect on the fact that we are God's workmanship created in Christ Jesus in order to do the good works He has prepared for us (Ephesians 2:10). I think a key factor in this is not having a wasteful attitude and utilising the time God has given us effectively. It made me consider these questions, Am I using the time God has given me wisely and resourcefully, or am I neglecting the talents and skills God has blessed me with? I want to pose the same question to you - How are you using your time, wisely or wastefully?
Mr Matt Roberts
Thank you to the many students and staff who participated in a range of Services and Marches to mark and commemorate ANZAC Day. Thank you also to the parents who helped to make this day possible.
The participation of so many young people is very encouraging and is greatly appreciated by the organisers, the returned servicemen and servicewomen present and the communities in which the events took place.
A large number of students from Years T-12 and staff participated in the March and Service at Picton. Jessica Fraser of Year 12 read the Lord’s Prayer during the Service, Mrs Evans represented the College by delivering the benediction, and our College Captains Jess Fraser and Emmett Shafer laid the wreath.
Four students participated heavily at the Bargo Sports Club ANZAC service, with Hannah Sultana and Shelby Luppino leading the service and Alec Bennet and Jessica Fraser speaking on the meaning of ANZAC Day to them.
A number of students attended the Camden Dawn Service and March, with Ben Napier and Verity Frederiksen laying the wreath.
ANZAC addresses were conducted at the Hill Top Dawn Service by Hannah White of Year 12 and the Thirlmere Dawn Service by Shelby Luppino.
Three students attended Taara Gardens, RSL LifeCare Nursing Home at Thirlmere on Monday, taking part in the Commemoration Service where Shelby Luppino, Hannah White and Emmett Shafer conducted the ANZAC Address. Two students also attended the John Goodlet Manor, RSL LifeCare Nursing Home service, with the College Captains reading A Brown Slouch Hat.
Our staff and students also participated in both the Dawn Service and March at Mittagong.
Mr Daniel Aquilina
ANZAC Day Coordinator
Year 12 Hospitality - Work Placement
In the second week of the holidays, five students from Year 12 Hospitality were able to complete their final Work Placement. Students had the opportunity to go out and spend time in the Industry where they were able to apply the skills they have learnt during the Hospitality Course. I would like to commend the following students on the way they conducted themselves whilst on Work Placement. Each student had positive feedback from their host employer and conducted themselves professionally. I would also like to acknowledge the host employers who worked with our students for the week and gave them an invaluable learning experience.
- Mathew Eagles – Camden Valley Inn
- Bailey Dodds – George IV Picton
- Hannah White – Gumnut Patisserie Mittagong
- Kaden Warren – Campbelltown Golf Club
- Chloe Fitzgerald – Dolce e Salato Italian Café and Restaurant Camden
Ms Emily Taylor
Leader of Learning - TAS
Year 10 Food Tech - Term 1
During Term 1, Year 10 Food Technology have been completing a unit on Food Product Development. Their Assessment task for this unit involved students designing their own unique Food Truck, complete with the specific type of food that the truck would sell. They then began designing the menu, and as part of the task were required to cook two serves of one of the menu items complete with the packaging of the items in the manner they would be sold to customers. The students did a fantastic job embracing the challenge of the task. All of the dishes that were produced and packaged during the cooking element of the task were absolutely delicious according to our taste testing panel and are a credit to the student’s enthusiasm and hard work.
Year 12 CAFS - Virtual Baby
Year 12 CAFS students are commencing their study of “Parenting and Caring”. As part of this unit, they are learning about the roles and responsibilities of parents/carers and how to prepare to be a parent/carer. To help reinforce their learning and simulate concepts addressed in class, students have the opportunity to be a parent for a weekend by caring for a virtual baby. They are required to attend to the baby’s needs by settling, changing nappies, feeding, burping, changing clothes and ensuring its temperature is regulated. The virtual baby/simulator measures the level of care provided in these areas as well as the number of mishandles (eg head support). At the end of the process, students are given a simulation report that gives them a score. More importantly, they have the opportunity to reflect on the rewarding parts of the experience; the challenging parts of the experience and what roles and skills are required by a parent/carer to enhance the wellbeing of the dependent and themselves. The process starts this weekend and will conclude in Week 9.
Mr Josh Hewitt
Leader of Learning - PDHPE
PDHPE: Year 7 Participation in E-cigarette Research Study
The College, through the PDHPE faculty, are participating in a research study conducted by The University of Sydney (The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use) on e-cigarettes or what is commonly known as vaping. The rapid rise in e-cigarette use, particularly among young people, has become a concern. There is a need to provide quality and effective education on wise and healthy choices related to vaping. The research study is evaluating an educational intervention program targeting Stage 4 (Year 7 & Year 8) students. Wollondilly Anglican College has been chosen as a control school for Year 7, meaning that students will not participate in the intervention education program but will continue their regular PDHPE program, which does cover vaping, completing periodic questionnaires about their knowledge, understanding and attitude towards vaping. The first of these questionnaires will be conducted in PDHPE classes in Week 3 or Week 4 of this term.
A letter has been emailed home to Year 7 parents. Parents who do not want their child to participate in the research are to complete the form at the back of the letter and return it to me.
Mr Josh Hewitt
Leader of Learning - PDHPE
Term 2 Secondary PE Lessons
Years 7-10 PDHPE students have designated PE (Practical) lessons. These are shown in the timetable below, which has not changed since last term. Students are to wear their Sports Uniform to the College on these designated days. Students who do an Elective course, Physical Activity and Sports Studies (Years 9 & 10) or Sports, Lifestyle and Recreation (Year 11) are required to bring their Sports Uniform to the College to get changed. Students have been informed via email, Assemblies, Edumate Broadcasts and via their classroom teacher. If there are any questions or concerns, please contact me or their classroom teacher.
A reminder that students require their Sports Hat for each PE/practical lesson and must have sports shoes, not flat-soled casual shoes (eg Nike Airforce).
If there is a reason why students cannot participate in PE/practical lessons, a note is to be written in the College Diary.
Mr Josh Hewitt
Leader of Learning - PDHPE
Family Chapel - Term 2
Term 1 has flown by and coming up early in Term 2 is our first Secondary Family Chapel for the year. This Family Chapel is for Students in Years 7-9 and their families and will be held on Thursday, 11 May from 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm. All students and parents in these Year Groups are encouraged to attend. It is important that students attending wear their full College Winter Uniform. Rolls will be marked on the night and students who attend issued with a Community Service Merit.
The Secondary Family Chapel will be a great opportunity to gather together and hear about how God is working in the lives of students here at Wollondilly Anglican College. It'll be a chance for us to gather together and be encouraged by God's word.
There will also be an opportunity to continue to bless our broader community. Donations of gold coins or non-perishable foods are welcomed. These will be used by the WAC Kids Care team to prepare meals for those in our community experiencing hardship. Additionally, House points will be allocated to students who attend and these points will go towards the Overall House Shield.
Prior to the commencement of the evening, a BBQ dinner will be served from 5.00 pm. All parents and students are encouraged to join us for the BBQ from this time.
Mr Matt Roberts
Oxley Equestrian Day - Postponed
Unfortunately, due to the weather, the Oxley College Equestrian Day has been postponed. Alternate dates will be advised shortly.
NSW State Interschools Championships
During the second week of the holidays, we were represented by a strong team of riders at the NSW State Interschools Championships. Congratulations go to Erin Brown, Charlotte Armstrong, Olivia Carter, Chloe Baloglow-Gay, Clare Moss and Isabel Fitzsimmons on their commitment to competing at this level.
The results were as follows:
- Intermediate Novice Dressage 2nd overall
- Intermediate Dressage Prelim 2nd overall
- Intermediate 60cm Combined Training 2nd overall
- Secondary 80cm Combined Training 4th overall
- Secondary 80cm Jumping 7th overall
- Show Jumping Intermediate 100cm Jumping 6th overall
- Intermediate 80cm Jumping 17th overall
- Secondary Working Hunter 65cm 6th overall
Isabel Fitzsimmons - In Vaulting:
- PDD Horse A 1st
- Squad Compulsories 1st
- PDD barrel 1st
- Individual Horse 3rd
- Individual Barrel 4th
Ms Stacey Baker
Book Club Orders Due Sunday, 14 May
The Book Club Issue 3 is now available - back in the old kid-friendly catalogue size! 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 set 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.
What is the Premier’s Reading Challenge?
Encourage your child’s love of reading by entering the Premier’s Reading Challenge. The Challenge is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely. The Premier's Reading Challenge (PRC) is open to all NSW students in Kindergarten to Year 10. The books your child reads this year need to be logged on the site by Friday, 18 August. Each student has an individual login, and those who complete receive a participation certificate each year. Students who complete four challenges receive a Gold Certificate and seven challenges completed receive a Platinum Certificate. Further, if a student completes all challenges from Years 3-9, they receive the PRC Medal and a letter from the NSW Premier. Click here for more details. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
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. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and I will provide your child’s login details and instructions on how to do that. Years K-2 can either read or be read to for the PRC. Any questions please let me know.
National Simultaneous Storytime - Wednesday, 24 May
Mrs Justine Colombo
P&F - Excavator Wanted!
The Wollondilly Anglican College P&F Committee is seeking an Excavation Company within the College community to donate a few hours of their time with a small machine. Our aim is to create an entrance into the Olive Lane paddock for additional parking on the day of this year’s Country Fair. The job involves installing a small diameter stormwater pipe and creating a short road base driveway to the gates of the paddock.
If you’re interested in helping the P&F Committee, please contact Brandon at 0432 607 823 or email@example.com.
Wollondilly Anglican College P&F President
Application For Enrolment
Applications continue to pour in for 2024 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
2023 Key Events & Dates
Speed Cubing Competition
The World Cube Association in association with Speedcubing Australia will be hosting a competition at Wollondilly Anglican College on Saturday, 10 June 2023.
3x3, 3x3 (One-handed), 2x2, and Pyraminx events will be held between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm
Registration will open on Tuesday, 11 April. Competitors can enter on the World Cube Association website or follow the link Cubing in the Dilly 2023 | World Cube Association
For further information, I can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Bill Norman
Wollondilly Anglican College P&F Vice President
P&F Clothing Pool
Clothing Pool Summer Uniform Sale
10% off Summer Uniform Items
The Clothing Pool has a great selection of pre-loved 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 are on sale until the end of this Term!
Also, we would like some more volunteers - are you free for 45 minutes on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday morning? Contact Melissa on 0415 402 013
- Location: White Cottage
- Open: 7.45 am - 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.
Youth Solutions Movie Night
Youth Solutions is hosting a Movie Night on Thursday, 11 May at Event Cinemas Campbelltown, screening Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3. They would be delighted to extend you an invitation to join them and welcome you to also share this with your friends and contacts. They have standard and youth tickets available: https://events.humanitix.com/
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.