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On Thursday 22nd October the Workskil Youth Team attended REC to present and handover a canvas that was worked on during our RU OK? Day Celebration by our students. Great to see so many of our students embrace the meaning of RU OK? Day with their comments and work on the Canvas. Remember to continue to check in on each other and seek help and support if you need it.
Julie Clifton – Youth Worker
Work from this year’s Year 12 Art and Design students has been on display this week. The exhibition featured the final practical work from the eight Art and five Design students that have been working hard throughout the year.
A selection of Emily Hallett’s Design work has been chosen for the 2016 SACE Art Show. The exhibition will showcase selected art and design work created by Year 12 students throughout the state.
On Wednesday the 12th of August, at 7:00 PM, the So Sensational string concert was held at Elder Hall. The students from the SA Primary Schools Strings Orchestra and students from DECD Strings program, performed a list of songs that they rehearsed. John Knott, a year 7 student from Ms Lush’s class performed in the Primary School Strings Orchestra, playing the Violin. He performed the songs Mota Moas, Zombie Tango & Pizzin’and Grinnin. John tried out for the Primary School Strings Orchestra last year, and found out early this year that he was accepted. Every Tuesday, he goes to Norward Primary School to practice, from 4pm to 6 pm which is a big commitment. John Started playing the Violin 3 1/2 years ago at Happy Valley Primary School and still goes there to practice. John has played at Elder Hall twice, and has gone on a camp twice with the high school band and once with the Primary Schools String Orchestra. John enjoys playing the Violin and plans to continue next year in High School. Congratulations John for representing Reynella East College in the Primary School Strings Orchestra.
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Disability, Ageing and Lifestyle Expo on Friday 25th September 11am – 8pm at Wayville Showgrounds would like to alert you that the NDCO is running a competition for students who may be preparing to transition from school. The competition involves a range of guided questions which encourage students to connect with services relevant to transitioning and post school planning.
Please see the flyer attached.
TAFE SA Student Services – Disability Access and Equity Officers in partnership with the NDCO will be facilitating three Transition Information Sessions for students with disability who are planning to come to TAFE SA to study in 2016. These sessions booked out last year and provided an excellent opportunity for individuals to get relevant information, start planning and make connections with supports prior to applying for courses.
Please see flyers below for more information.
CAREER COUNSELLING SERVICE AVAILABLE:
Career Partners Plus Inc are delivering free Career Services (guidance and support) to anyone living in the Holdfast, Marion, Mitcham or Onkaparinga Council areas. This service is suitable for anyone aged 17 – 70 (provided they are not in full time education/training).
There is no requirement to be receiving Centrelink benefits to access this professional service which is delivered by a team of experienced Career Practitioners; and you can be looking for part time or full time work.
Help can be provided with career direction exploration, resume preparation, cover letters, interview skills etc and based on individual needs.
Look below for more information and also some FAQ’s.
Contact for Career Partners Plus to make an appointment on 8326 6545 or 0447 194 350 or email email@example.com
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Last week, 14 of our PS girls competed against Reynella PS in a SAPSASA Knockout game on our synthetic pitch – losing by just one run.
Umpired by Mr. Roche, the girls battled showers and cold winds, told me they tried as hard as they could, but still enjoyed the experience.
As consolation, eight of these girls however have been invited to play finals in a T20 Blast round-robin competition on the Adelaide Oval on November 11. Coached by Mr. Roche, we all wish them well – Adelaide winners are flown to Melbourne to play on the MCG in December.
Two of the squad – Kaitlyn H and Chelsea K – have been receiving individual winter coaching from State women’s indoor cricketer Donna Clark, who attended the SAPSASA match and who will also support the girls when they appear on the Adelaide Oval.
In week 10 of Term 3 the two Ramsey classes went on a camp to Glenhaven Park. When we got there we were told the safety instructions and put our bags in the cabins. Next the two classes split into groups and started the activities. The activities were archery, high ropes, low ropes, leap of faith, hiking, raft building, tower challenge, bush skills, orienteering and the giant swing. A lot of people overcame their fears and the activities challenged everyone, even the teachers.
Throughout the three days we were there, we had many meals that were tasty. We had an amazing time at Glenhaven Park, but we were all happy to go home to our beds.
Frank Pappagalo – Senior Leader: Teaching and Learning
Congratulations to the year 12 Child Studies class, who collected over 30kg of Vegemite and raised $115.40 for the ‘Kickstart for Kids’ initiative. Ian Steel (Founder) from Kickstart for Kids came to talk with the year 12 students about his program and how it helps kids throughout South Australia. Kickstart For Kids provides breakfast and lunch programs along with a mentoring program for South Australian schools. Kickstart for Kids currently provides breakfasts and lunches to 200 schools in the north, south and western areas of Adelaide. Presently, they are providing 35,000 breakfasts per week! This is amazing, so to get behind them be sure to visit their website at – http://kickstartforkids.com.au/Read More
Our boys Knockout cricket SAPSASA team was successful on Wednesday, scoring the 73 runs required with nearly 2 overs to spare. They now progress to the semi-finals in the Large School competition, being one of just 4 schools from 42 in the original draw. Mr. Roche, who umpired, said the boys played a steady, even game and we are extremely proud of their achievement and sportsman-like behavior. Taufiq, Evan, Cooper and Kane all took 2 wickets each, and top scorer Evan retired on 31 runs. Taufiq even broke a bail with a stunning fast ball! And thank you to Cam Wilson for accepting scoring duties. When we know who the opposition is for our next match, we will play them before Nov 13 – hopefully once again on our new synthetic pitch.
Trish Pinder, Vol. Co-ordinator