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PRIMARY CAMPUS SPORTS DAY 2020

The annual Primary Campus Sports Day was held on Friday 30 of November at the St Michael’s Secondary Campus. Students from Year 2 to Year 6 participated in traditional Athletics events of 70m, 100m, 200m, 800m, long jump and high jump. Whilst Reception and Year 1 students participated in tabloid events of egg and spoon races, sack races, rob the nest, and hurdles.

It was great to witness support from parents/caregivers and family members who were able to attend the event, cheering on the boys and being a part of the Sports Day spirit.

St John’s went into the day as favourites after winning last year’s sports day by a marginal one point. For the first time in our college’s history, both St John’s (Yellow) and St Peter’s (Red) tied and were joint winners of the day.

The Primary Campus would like to thank the Secondary Campus for their co-operation and allowing us to use their facilities and the Secondary students who volunteered to help. We would like to thank our Primary staff, Ms Robyn Palmer for helping cook the BBQ, Jade from First in First Aid, the maintenance team, Holland Party Hire, and Owen Sound who helped set up for the day.

The College would also like to acknowledge the following businesses who made donations for Sports Day, they were very much appreciated: Bakers Delight Kurralta Park, Bakers Delight Glenelg, Baa Moo Oink Butcher, Coles Welland, and Woolworths Hilton.

Final results:
St John (Yellow) – 411
St Peter (Red) – 411
St James (Green) – 385
St Paul (Blue) – 365

Mr Dion Gazettas, Health & Physical Education Teacher/ Primary Sports Co-Curricular Coordinator

ICAS AWARDS

ICAS Awards Presentation took place on Wednesday, 11 November in conjunction with the Primary Assembly.  We congratulate all recipients on their achievement.

Awarded to students who achieve within the range of 37 to 46% of participants in same year level in each state or country:

SURNAMEFIRST NAMECLASSCATEGORYAWARD
NILSSONBodey4BMathematicsMerit
SOLANKIVeer4MMathematicsMerit
FINCHCruz6BMathematicsMerit
KILPATRICKJonah6BScienceMerit
TOWNSENDBennett6BScienceMerit
KEELERJoshua6MScienceMerit
PEAKECale6MScienceMerit

Awarded to students who achieve within the range of 12 to 36% of participants in same year level in each state or country:

SURNAMEFIRST NAMECLASSCATEGORYAWARD
ESPOSITOJoseph4BMathematicsCredit
OPPERMANNFraser4BMathematicsCredit
ABRAHAMBenjamin4MMathematicsCredit
HALLAKJohn4MMathematicsCredit
JAVIERTyhsen4MMathematicsCredit
KROLSebastian4MMathematicsCredit
TSACONASSotirios4MMathematicsCredit
TOWNSENDBennett6BMathematicsCredit
GRIEGERAidan6MMathematicsCredit
LUKhoa Anh6MMathematicsCredit
ESPOSITOJoseph4BScienceCredit
MONTAGNESELuca4BScienceCredit
FRANCISMatthew4MScienceCredit
GIGLIOSam4MScienceCredit
KROLSebastian4MScienceCredit
FINCHCruz6BScienceCredit
LUKhoa Anh6MScienceCredit

Awarded to students who achieve within the range of 2 to 11% of participants in same year level in each state or country:

SURNAMEFIRST NAMECLASSCATEGORYAWARD
MONTAGNESELuca4BMathematicsDistinction
O'BRIENLiam4BMathematicsDistinction
KEELERJoshua6MMathematicsDistinction
RANDALLCharlie6BMathematicsDistinction

Please note: The percentages allocated to awards are approximate and will vary according to the number of students taking each test and the distribution of their scores.

Mrs Louise Kometer, Director Teaching & Learning