14 November 2018 Kellie Whelan | News | Year 12  

Year 12 sign out day is Wednesday 21st November 2018 - Period 1 to 4 in the School Hall.

Please bring any books belonging to the school and a donation of any canned food for the Exodus Foundation. In lieu of a can a $2 donation will be accepted.

School references will be issued from this day once the sign out form is complete and all outstanding fees are settled.

All Donations go to THE EXODUS FOUNDATION to provide hundreds of nutritious free meals for disadvantaged and homeless Australians every day of the year.

If you’re not in year 12 but wish to donate please give generously.

12 November 2018 Louise Symonds | News | Whole School  

NSW School of Languages allows students to learn a language that they might never have considered learning. It was the learning experience and culture of the NSW School of Languages, where I learnt Japanese as a HSC course, that changed my outlook regarding my future, not only in terms of schooling and education, but in terms of developing of a passion and love for the Japanese culture. 

On my first day at the NSW School of Languages, Orientation Day, I remember it was just my four friends and I, eager to just dive into the experience of learning a language. However, that soon changed as I realised just how much the school offered other than just learning a language. This was because the teachers, fellow classmates and friends, all had one thing in common. We all shared the desire to not only learn the same language, but shared the same love and interest in all things Japanese. Attending the NSW School of Languages, I realised how great it was to be able to share this love and passion with other people.

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09 November 2018 Emily Yong | News | Year 10   Year 11  

On the last day of Term 3, the year 11 Advanced English cohort, accompanied by their teachers (Ms Yong, Ms Bonis and Ms Ball) watched a performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Pop Up Globe in the Entertainment Quarter. Our tickets were as ‘groundlings’, which are standing tickets in the pit below stage. While this meant standing over 2 hours we were definitely closer to the action. Performances at the Pop Up Globe are still running until December 1 and I thoroughly suggest you go experience the world of Shakespeare (https://popupglobe.com.au). The following pieces are reflections by the students of their educational, enjoyable and at times uncomfortable experiences.
By Ms Yong

 

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