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Howard Mutton Award

Howard Mutton AWARD
REC proudly ranked 3rd in the State.
Howard Mutton championed the cause of increasing participation of young people in Physical Education and Sport in Education Department schools for more than 20 years. In his roles as president of the SA Secondary Schools Sport Association, head of the Physical Education Branch and superintendent of Health and Physical Education, he was a mentor to many aspiring young sports people and particularly influenced the training of Physical Education teachers
For each Trophy awarded to the school gaining the greatest aggregate of points for outstanding PARTICIPATION and ACHIEVEMENTS in sport in Secondary School Sport SA’s programs; the following criteria are used:
1. Involvement and success in local zone sport
2. Involvement and success in state championships
3. Involvement and success in state-wide Knockout Championships and interstate representation.
 
Congratulations to all involved and thanks to staff for creating and supporting opportunities for our students. A great result.
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Reynella East College – Southern Times Messenger

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Florey Blue Squad legend

Congratulations to Florey Blue Squad legend Gabbi Carr (Year 9) who recently competed in the Ocean Grove Surf Lifesaving Carnival in Victoria.

She came 3rd in the board event and 6th in the sprints.

Congratulations Gabbi!

 

Tom Leverenz – Florey Learning Community Manager

 

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Bodie Sowter (yr 12) and Travis Clark (yr 10) have been attending the SAASTA (South Australia Aboriginal Sports Trainee Academy) program at Christies Beach High School.

The boys are really enjoying the course which includes sport based theory and practical components, mainly focussing on Australian rules Football.

For completing the course which runs every Wednesday all year, they will receive SACE points along with a Certificate 3 in Sport and Recreation.

We are also proud to announce that Bodie has been chosen at the captain of the SAASTA program this year.

 

Tom Leverenz – Aboriginal Education Leader

 

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Head Lice Information Brochure

As we kick off the start of another year, we thought this Head Lice Information Brochure might be a useful resource for Parents/Carers.

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Tertiary Education offers for 2015 REC students

Congratulations to the following students for their success with a Tertiary Education offer for 2016:

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REC Fee Poll Letter

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Newsletter December 2015

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Buddy Stop Program

During terms 3 and 4 this year one of our Interns Sarah Nursey-Bray has been working with a group of Primary Peer Mediators. This is a group of approximately 12 students representing all grades in the middle and upper primary who have come together to talk about how they, as Peer Mediators, can help other students to problem solve and to promote a safe and positive school community. One of the practical examples of this is promoting the ‘Buddy Stop’. The students worked together to create Buddy Stop posters which will be used in primary classrooms to give children an idea of what they can do if they are struggling during break time, but also reminds older students of their role in offering peer support to younger students who may need a friend. We had help from the Student Voice photographers and then worked together to make the posters. Well done everyone!

Sarah Nursey-Bray – Flinders Uni Intern

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Year 6/7 Design and Technology

In Design and Technology this term, our 6/7 classes (Mr Wall, Ms Lush and Ms Read) were given the task of making their own side-show games for Remembrance Day.

 

“We were put into groups of four or five. In our groups we were required to discuss possible game choices and skills required for our games. To help us choose we discussed The Royal Adelaide show games and researched how these games worked and whether or not they were effective.

 

Once we had planned and designed our games, we moved on to creating our games. We used recycled boxes and used whatever sources were available at the time. Once we had created our masterpieces, we tested them out with other upper primary classes. They were all effective and fun to play. We then had to evaluate our games by developing an investigation on how we worked as a group and if the game was effective.

 

Remembrance Day finally came around and we set up our games up under the cola in front of the McClure unit. All funds raised by our games went towards the establishing Nature Play spaces within the school, creating a great, fun atmosphere for the day.”

Khaffia A – Year 7

 

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