"ANZAC Day 2008 - Lest we forget"
THE ST PETERS LUTHERAN COLLEGE INDOOROOPILLY CAMPUS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER THE ROCK THURSDAY, 1 MAY 2008 | WEEK 2, TERM 2 ANZAC Day 2008 - Lest we forget what’s inside . . . From the Head of College 2 From the Principal 3 From the Chaplains 3 Curriculum Matters 4 Junior School News 4 Café 45 Roster 4 Middle School News 6 Junior High News 7 The Dawn Feature 8 Senior School News 9 Sport, Arts & Culture 10 Sports Bulletins 13 what’s on . . . Friday 2 May All Day | Author Visit Scott Gardner Yrs 8-9 | Snr Library 8:00am - 3:00pm | Amnesty Schools Conference Yrs10-12 | Aspley State High Students and staff participated in an ANZAC Day service at St Peters Indooroopilly campus on 8:00am - 3:00pm | Boating #3 Excursion Thursday 24 April. Ms Windows Yr12 Marine Studies Class Yr12 | Wellington Point Jetty SPORTING TOUR TO MELBOURNE 9:00am - 2:00pm | Economics Golden Circle Excursion Yr11 | Golden Circle Northgate Roar. The students have also been 1:30pm - 3:00pm | Interhouse Cross involved in skills and tactical training as Country Carnival Yrs 4-7 | TBA part of a squad since the end of Term 3 4:00pm - 7:00pm | QGSSSA Autumn last year. They have also been involved in Fixtures Basketball Soccer & Touch vs St additional trial matches this year to again Hildas | St Hildas assist with preparation. 5.00pm | Rowing Breakup | 25m Pool One of the major components of 7:30pm | Stage Band Saints and Singers the involvement in the Development Cantique Concert & Yr 9 choirs | Chapel Squad was a tour to Melbourne in the AIC Chess Round 1 St Peters v PAD Easter Holidays. This tour provided an Boarder Visiting W’end (commences) As part of the major focus on improving opportunity for the boys to play some Saturday 3 May our Term 2 sports, Rugby and Soccer, very strong schools in another State, for Boarder Visiting W’end (continues) Senior Development Squads were the boys to develop as a group, to be 8:00am | Chorale Camp Departs | Camp introduced this year. These students involved in many of Melbourne’s sporting Edmund-Laidley have been working on individual opportunities and to add professionalism 8:15am | Yr 8 Production camp departs | training programs (fitness and weights), to the team through effective preparation Brookfield QCCC involvement in skill and fitness testing for the upcoming season. AIC Rugby/Soccer Round 1 PAD v St from professional groups such as the UQ Peters Rugby Academy and the Queensland Continued page 10 . . . Jnr TAS Round 2 Rugby/Netball continued page 11 . . . From the Head of College NatiONaL Queensland curriculum as has been the • Currently holds the position of tEStiNG case in previous years. Our school is Assistant Principal – Pastoral Care at This year, for the first obliged under the Accreditation Act to St James Catholic College Brisbane time, students in Years use the Queensland curriculum however City 3, 5, 7 and 9 throughout those documents do not yet precisely • Mrs Kath has held Middle and Australia, will sit the reflect the National Statements. This Senior Leadership positions in same national literacy will be a challenge in the short term; Catholic schools since 1992, from and numeracy tests. These tests replace your student is certainly learning the Head of Department to Acting the existing state based tests. content and concepts contained within Principal at St Edmonds, St On Tuesday, 13 May two tests will be the Statements but because of where they Lawrences, and St James administered. These include: Language are placed in the current syllabi, they may • Her career highlights include a Conventions (testing spelling, grammar not have been fully covered by the time Science Award for the highest and punctuation) and writing. Reading of the test in May. We have been carefully GPA in Science subjects in her skills will be tested on Wednesday, 14 monitoring the development of these Diploma of Teaching Studies and May with Numeracy tested on Thursday, Statements of Learning and doing our a Scholarship to study at Boston 15 May. There will be a ‘make up’ day best to embed them appropriately into the College Summer School in 2002 on Friday 16 May for any student who is school’s programmes. It is hoped that Mrs Kath will begin her unable to do their tests on the designated Parents and carers may wish to talk with duties towards the end of Term 2. day. their children about the test, encourage them to do their best and have a healthy We look forward to Mrs Kath’s Previously, tests were held in August. This and balanced approach to the testing. contributions to the Senior Management obviously makes it more challenging for Please also talk to your teachers about Team and to school life. our youngest students because they have only had two years and four months at the tests if you have any concerns. Rest yEar 12 FOrMaL school; students in other states have had assured that we will do all we can to Last week, I wrote about St Peters’ an extra year of school prior to sitting ensure our students are well prepared and current view of non-discrimination on the Year 3 tests. This inequity will only ready to do their best. the grounds of gender, race, religion and be addressed when the prep year, which aNZaC day SErViCES sexual discrimination. Thank you for the began last year, reaches Year 3. Obviously I wish to most positively commend all parental feedback received. This week, a 12 month age difference makes a of our three campuses, Indooroopilly, I wish to provide some detail to parents significant difference to these youngest Ironbark and Springfield, on the on how the St Peters Year 12 Formal children, not only in the fact that they respectful manner in which St Peters operates, as this is an important issue and have had 12 months less learning but they honoured ANZAC Day and those who event in our annual calendar. are also young children to be sitting such have and who currently serve Australia. For the St Peters Formal, the following is long and formal tests. expected: The Springfield Service included strong These literacy and numeracy tests form student participation and also numerous • Formal dress for all students a key part of the national Assessment RSL members from Goodna. The • Only St Peters Year 12 students are Program endorsed by all Australian Indooroopilly Service held over 2000 to attend Ministers for Education. The aim of students, staff and parents in respectful the tests is to provide a measure of • Students are presented outside the silence and positive participation. At how Australian schools and students Chapel in a pre-determined order (to Ironbark, our students (again) marched in are performing in the areas of reading, the large crowd) the Crows Nest ANZAC Day March and writing, spelling and numeracy. We participated in the community Service. • Students may attend in singles, support the intent of these tests and couples, or large groups (single sex Well done all at St Peters, for your respect or mixed) welcome the opportunity they give us to on this significant occasion. benchmark our school. These tests are The manner in which students are only one measure and must be considered HEad OF SENiOr SCHOOL transported to the Chapel Forecourt is along with school based assessments aPPOiNtMENt a great highlight, as is the formal attire which are designed to identify students’ It is pleasing to announce that Mrs worn by our young men and women. The wide ranging strengths and diverse areas Michelle Kath has been appointed as Year 12 Coordinator and Head of Senior of need. As these are point in time tests, Head of Senior School at Indooroopilly. School communicate with all students some children and especially the younger Some details about Mrs Kath’s and parents well before this special event ones may under-perform on the day for professional qualifications and experience in the lives of our young adults. any number of reasons. include: Stephen Rudolph Parents should also know that the tests • Master of Educational Leadership, MEd(EdAdmin), BA, BEd, DipT, are for the first time set against National Bachelor of Education, Diploma of GradDipTheo(Ed), MACE, MACEA Statements of Learning and not the Teaching and a Graduate Diploma Head of College of Arts (in religious education). the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 2 From the Principal Welcome to Term 2. Unfortunately, The holidays were very busy for a small while the Chaplaincy vacancies left by printing issues beyond our control mean number of students and staff working Pastor Smith and Chaplain Heidi will that this is the first Rock of the term. toward co-curricular excellence, mostly in take much longer to fill. Consequently, With May virtually upon us, I take this sport. I thank and encourage all who were worship/chapel devotions will be a team opportunity to promote the very first involved in the various tours and training effort between Chaplain Kirsten, Dr Parent Symposium to be held on the regimes. Parents, please encourage your David Stolz (Senior Chaplain) and other evening of Wednesday 14 May. Noel student’s participation in co-curricular staff, e.g. Administrators, Teachers, and Pearson, the guest speaker for the evening, activities throughout the term, whether visiting Clergy until such time as the is always stimulating to listen to and as they be participant or spectator. I look ministry vacancies can be filled. a former St Peters College peer of mine forward to this term’s activities with great I wish all students and families the very from the 1970s it will be interesting for anticipation. best for the term. Old Scholars to see how much, if any, Over the past week, a number of students David Radke reflection on those days makes its way and parents have questioned me in regard M.Ed.St; B.A.; Grad. Dip. T.; MACE into his presentation. Whether speaking to various senior staff vacancies. At the Principal – Indooroopilly Campus as social and political commentator time of writing the Head of Senior School or as an Old Scholar, I have no doubt vacancy has been filled and announced, that Noel’s visit will enrich our College community. Bus Behaviour Notice Word-aholic It has come to the attention of the College that there may be some behaviour problems Thomas Aquinas did not live to see with students travelling on buses. his 50th birthday, but he produced We ask that you advise your children of their responsibility and direct their attention to an enormous body of writing: more the Code of Conduct for School Students Travelling on Buses. This document may be than 10,000,000 words in some 60 obtained from Queensland Transport or downloading from the following address; works. Thomas lacked the time to pen http://www.transport.qld.gov.au/resources/file/eb355e07ea90cd5/Pdf_code_of_conduct_ so many words, and had notoriously jan_2006.pdf bad handwriting so he dictated to secretaries—sometimes several at once. It should be noted that the above document is part of the legislation relating to the A thirteenth-century source avers that Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Regulation 2005. Thomas “used to dictate in his cell to Please be aware that students who fail to meet their obligation under this document may three secretaries, and even occasionally be refused travel on a bus. to four, on different subjects at the same time.” We would ask for your co-operation in ensuring bus travel is safe for all our students. From the Chaplains Two are better than one, to gather a group of key followers to help ourselves that God is indeed that third, because they have a good return for their him carry out his earthly ministry, to keep sometimes unseen strand - a member of labour: him company along the way but also so our school, weaving his Spirit through our If they fall down, they could learn from him and continue words and our actions. they can help each other up. his work. We pray: But pity those who fall In everything we do at St Peters, we are and have no one to help them up! Lord God, Heavenly Father, we thank reminded that none of our work is done you that you have richly blessed our lives, Though one may be overpowered, in isolation. Through teamwork and two can defend themselves. or homes and our school. As you have common direction we are strengthened gathered us together in the community of A cord of three strands is not quickly broken. and encouraged in all that we do – we can (Ecclesiastes 4: 8-10,12) St Peters, remind us now of your guiding bounce ideas of each other, get feedback presence. Open our imaginations to the In the business world, great achievements and constructive criticism, advice and possibilities in our school in the coming are generally the result of effective teams. reassurance. But we are reminded that the months & years, and help forge us into The person who tries to stand alone will work that we do is even stronger when a strong community under your loving quickly lose strength and enthusiasm. God is woven through all that we do. In care. We ask this through Jesus Christ our Even Jesus, though he was God and could all the classes that happen here, in the Lord, Amen. have done everything by himself, chose meetings, in the sports teams, we remind Chaplain Kirstin the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 3 Curriculum Matters QSa– Senior Program 1. QLd COrE SKiLLS tESt entrance, but other options are available At the end of last term, Year 12 students to those wishing to pursue further studies. were required to sit a full suite of past • OP pathway – to be eligible for an QCS papers. This allowed them to OP, students must study 20 semester experience the conditions under which ROSTER units of Authority subjects, includ- they will be required to sit the actual test ing at least three subjects for four later in the year. The short response paper Monday 5 May Public Holiday semesters each and sit the QCS test. and the writing task have been sent to QCS test markers and students will be • Selection Rank pathway – stu- tuesday 6 May provided with feedback in the coming dents who aren’t eligible for an OP, Laura Lynch; Jill Hayward; Lorna months. but wish to gain entry can apply Grimes; Bev Neate; Lee Murray to QTAC (Queensland Tertiary If a student missed sitting any of the four Entrance Centre) for a selection Wednesday 7 May papers they are encouraged to obtain a rank. To calculate a selection rank, Margrit Neill; Kym Jannusch; Janet copy of the paper from my office (beside Jukes; Fiona Coulthard; Julie Nielsen; achievement levels for 20 semester the senior study centre) and to sit it in Denise Bird units of Authority, Authority Reg- their own time. It is important that all istered and approved VET subjects thursday 8 May students sitting the QCS test are well are used. Results in the QCS test Von Barnes; Nikky Wilson; Joanne prepared as an individual’s test result are also used, if the test was sat. Lovejoy; Sybil Curtis; Amanda Lennon; contributes to the group results for each Additional qualifications such as Robyn Harris; Susie Johnston of their subjects and the whole cohort of music, drama, Certificate III or IV OP eligible students at the school. are allocated using a separate QTAC Friday 9 May 2.tErtiary ENtraNCE selection rank. Roberta Kehren; Jenny Danslow; Obtaining an Overall Position (OP) is Mandaley Perkins; Harriet Turner; Teresa Stolz-Kanowski the usual pathway for Year 12 students studying QSA subjects to gain tertiary Ms J Winn Director of Senior Programs Junior School News From the Head Of Junior School Truth is the most valuable thing sad or unhappy but if children are expected to be completed over the May we have. Let us economise it. encouraged and supported through the long weekend. The internal renovations Mark Twain disappointments and failures, they will in to the assembly area are continuing and time develop into confident and resilient an update of the finalisation of this work BuiLdiNG CONFidENCE iN young people. will be published when known. In the CHiLdrEN meantime, a short assembly time will be WELCOME Building confidence in our children held after each week’s Wednesday chapel, Welcome back to a busy and exciting can be a tricky business. Every child is until the assembly area is available and term. We welcome Ms Tracey Stone who different and what works for one often Friday assembly will resume. is teaching in Year 1 in place of Mrs doesn’t work for another. As parents Gardner who is taking maternity leave. CONGratuLatiONS and teachers we should try to let children We also welcome to our community Special congratulations to Caryse Fong be themselves and help them to develop Nathan Boreland 4C and Anna Rasheed who received a bronze medal in the independence by not interfering too 4A. We also welcome Sienna Imogen, Karate Federation Open Titles held much. Confidence and problem solving born to Mrs Judy Gardner and her in Caloundra over the holidays. Also skills can be developed by encouraging husband Cam, on Monday night. She Christopher Smith was named Junior children in what they are doing. Helping weighed 5lb 15ozs - mother and baby are AFL Rookie of the Year at the University our children to have the confidence to well. of Queensland AFL training clinic. Well “have a go” will help them to develop the done to both of these students. skills for coping in the real world. The JuNiOr SCHOOL most difficult aspect of all is allowing our dEVELOPMENt StaFF NEWS children to experience disappointment The building and ground works are still Also congratulations go to Mrs Denton and failure without always stepping in to continuing in and around the Junior who became a grandmother to Avalon rescue them. No-one likes to see children School. The paving and landscaping are Jayde last Wednesday. Also Mrs Denton the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 4 Junior School News has her right leg in plaster due to a broken bone in her foot. We wish her a JuNiOr SCHOOL rESOurCE CENtrE rapid recovery. Welcome to Term 2 – Welcome back everyone to Term 2! Our Term 2 focus in the Resource Centre is on literature. All students are encouraged to participate in the MOtHErS’ day CHaPEL Premiers Reading Challenge, the MS Readathon and Brisbane City Council Gold Star SErViCE Reading Club – culminating in our Book Week Reading Olympics celebrations in Term 3. Next Wednesday, 7 May our chapel Stay tuned for more information! service will be a special service for Congratulations to all students who took part in The Angus & Robertson Kids’ Top 50 mothers. All mothers are welcome to (the greatest stories as voted by Aussie kids) Australian book poll late last year. The attend the service and morning tea Junior School has received a certificate certifying our students as ‘High Achievers’, with afterwards on the Northern Deck of Café our local newspaper, Westside News, also running a story quoting Dave Fenlon, A&R 45. For catering purposes, please RSVP to Group Operating Officer as saying “the school really got behind the voting. It is evidence the Junior School reception if you are able that the school values kids’ literacy and developing a passion for reading and for that they should be praised.” Well done, Junior School students! to attend. Parents, please help your children to remember to pack their Library Bag on their class Kathy Close borrowing day, as they cannot borrow resources without it: Prep – Thursday,Yr 1 – Bed; MSpecEd; Grad Cert Theol(Ed); Wednesday,Yr 2 – Thursday,Yr 3 – Tuesday and Yr 4A & 4C – Monday, 4B – Friday. TeachCert MACE robyn McGlade Head of Junior School Teacher Librarian yEar 1 NEWS yEar 2 NEWS This term in we are looking at animals This week the the BraiNways Club and their young. Our unit of inquiry Year 2s have is called “Are You My Mother?” The started their students will begin their unit of work by investigations inquiring into what animals belong to a about farm habitat, how farm animals survive “Bugs”. They and how a farm habitat can be more brainstormed sustainable in the future. The students things they enjoyed an interesting talk from one of would like to the Year 1 dads about farming. We are know about looking forward to a visit from a mobile them and ways farm on 9 May, when the animals will be they could find Enrolments are now open for The on display on the oval! Later in the term out more information. Alec Walker in 2B BRAINways Club Term 2 extension all classes will visit Lone Pine Sanctuary brought a wonderful model of a preying programs and activities. Join us on to look at Australian animals and their mantis for the children to look at and Saturdays and enjoy the stimulation young. study. and challenge, make new friends and have fun. Anna-Claire Coore The Year 2s will also be using magnifying Year 1 Team Leader glasses to study and draw common insects Please find below the Term 2 outside in the playground this week. programs and dates: HuMBLE PiES Melanie Yazdani Year 2 Team Leader TERM 2 (10 May, 17 May, 24 May, 7 June and 21 June): Boxes full of you-don't-have- to-cook-tonight goodness. Designing Your Ideal Places – yEar 3 NEWS Architecture for Kids (Years 1-3) Find your order form. Fill it out. Year 3 will be attending Underwater Ask Nanna. Ask the neighbours. Ask World this Thursday. The excursion will Models In Science (Years 4-6) anyone with children. Ask every be used as a catalyst for discovery learning bachelor, student or shift worker. Fill rather than as a culminating activity at Creative Writing to Ignite Your up your form and hand it in to your the end of the unit. To help children be Imagination (Years 4-6) classroom teacher with correct more responsible for their own learning money. Do it now. For more information please visit they need first hand experiences of the our website at: Emma Golder topic. St Peters Parent Support Group www.brainways.com.au or call Lee Denton Year 3 Team Leader 0433995067. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 5 Middle School News QuiZZard OF OZ The students have also been invited yEar 7 NEWS A number of Year 7 students have been to take part in a blog where they can Welcome back to Term 2! We have hit selected to participate in an online contribute their ideas and comments the ground running and have begun our quiz called the Quizzard of Oz. This about a current environmental issue. integrated unit ‘Our Natural World’. opportunity allows students in Australia This week's issue is about the Japanese This is an exciting unit, incorporating to develop their general knowledge about Whaling Fleets in the Southern Ocean. Science and SOSE. You will no doubt be Australia, the country and its people Should they be allowed to continue aware by now that there are a number of through an online quiz format. whaling in these waters? Parents and homework tasks to be completed on-line The Quizzard will run throughout Term friends are also invited to post their for SOSE, the kids seem to really enjoy 2 through a series of eight quizzes. A thoughts at www.yatessplc.blogspot.com working on the JASON website! Please progress chart can be viewed at: http:// keep an eye out for the Year 7 News which We are looking forward to an exciting www.e-magination.org/quizzard_08/08_ will be distributed this week – it contains term. Good luck to all investigators. Keep progress_n_z.htm more details about this term, and don’t your eyes and ears open for clues. forget the ‘Class Pages’ on the St Peters Teams are as follows: Mrs Elizabeth Butler website for more up-to-date information. St Peters 1: Amelia Sengstock; Jessica Year 5 Coordinator. We have got off to a great start and are Caird; Alex Hunt; Kristian Scott yEar 6 NEWS looking forward to building upon the St Peters 2: Kate Tyson; Savannah Stoke; Welcome back to a busy Term 2. We solid foundation we’ve established in Annabel Edgecomb; Nicole Pienaar started the term talking about the Term 1. Thank you for your support of contribution made by the ANZACs at the Year 7 Team. St Peters 3: Daniel Hodgson; Raine our Year 6 assembly and the children Thieme; Alex Zhou; Tish Essebier; Lara Year 7 Teachers knew quite a bit about it. Mrs Wheeler Perkovic organised a beautiful ANZAC Chapel Good luck to all teams, Service for the Middle School on News from the Middle Ms Yates Wednesday and we had a very moving School resource Centre: whole school celebration of the ANZAC’s Jackie French author Visit yEar 5 NEWS lives outside the Chapel on Thursday to Why is Australia's Wildlife on the Brink? Well known Australian children’s author commemorate the significance of this Jackie French visited the Middle School At this crucial time in human history, important day. students on Wednesday, 23 April. She when as a society we are looking at the Year 6 wants to acknowledge Cai Fong’s spoke for an hour to the children, seriously detrimental effects human achievement – He won the silver medal in discussing various aspects of her writing, civilisation has had upon the natural including the importance of research his age group (10-11 yrs) for the boys kyu and thinking extensively about the environment, we ask the children to look grade kata at the 2008 at the problems occurring in their own structure of stories. Jackie also focussed Australian Open titles. on her latest novel, A Rose for the backyard. This term, we will investigate We are very proud of ANZAC Boys, which was a timely and the environmental issues affecting him. thought provoking component of her Australian Wildlife and Catchment Areas. address. On a curriculum note, All Year 5 students will be taking part in we are studying ‘Who Probably the most memorable part of Murder Under the Microscope, an online is Jesus’ for Christian Jackie’s visit was her lesson in how to investigation into an environmental Studies, ‘Murder Under speak wombat, especially as students are crime. As investigators, they will need so familiar with her classic picture book, the Microscope’ for our The Diary of a Wombat. to be constantly on the lookout for Integrated unit and ‘It’s clues. They will need to conduct a lot of a Mystery’ in English – For more information on Jackie’s research in order to find out what they work, please see the Middle School exciting and stimulating can about the crime. Who is the Victim? Resource Centre’s portal page. (Portal topics. CSIRO CRIME Homepage>School Info>Library Who is the Villain? Where did the crime BUSTERS are engaging the students in take place? What environmental issue Resources>Middle Library) a workshop on Thursday next week in caused the problem? Christina Wheeler class time. The cross country has been Middle School Teacher-Librarian We have six weeks to solve the crime so changed to Friday this week for those of there is no time to waste. This week they you who want to come and watch your are researching the issues. Each team is children compete from 1.30 – 3.00pm. investigating one issue and will need to Have a great week. report back to the class at the end of the Linda Farrell week. Please talk to your child about the Yr 6 Coordinator issue and help them where you can. You will find out more information at www.microscope.edu.au the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 6 Middle School News yEar 5/6 CONSErVatiON BLOG – tErM 2, 2008 Infinity Rotations All Years 5 and 6 students, their families For the past ten weeks 5I and 7I have been and the wider school community are involved in Infinity rotations, where we were invited to collaborate with our students split up into three groups, media, science and and discuss environmental issues through drama. Our group was media and it was really a blog. The blog is on the Internet so you fun! can access it from school and home at We have created items for our own website http://yatessplc.blogspot.com/ and no including videos, games, optical illusions and log in is required. quizzes. We have had a great time doing all these activities, and watching the other Everyone is welcome and encouraged to groups perform their drama presentations and comment. However when a comment science experiments. is posted, tick the anonymous box, but Please have a look at our finished work on the add your first name and class (or child’s class pages under the Infinity section. class). I will be moderating the blog, so all comments pass through me before being By Kylie Gates and Jamie Buchanan published. New posts will be added every week or two. Parents, it would be great if you could Volunteers needed for Language Study discuss these issues at home, as this will The Division of Speech Pathology at The University of Queensland needs boys born in reinforce the discussions at school. You 1991 to help with research looking at the effect on language development of the various are also welcome to comment, as well as treatments used in childhood cancers. To be suitable, the boys must not have been assist your child with their comments. treated for cancer, must not have any identified hearing or learning difficulties, and must not have English as a Second Language. Our first Blog discussion is on the topic of Whaling. Involvement will entail three language assessments over a two year period. Additionally, the latest technology – not yet available in clinical settings – will also be used to monitor Look forward to your involvement in this and map each boy’s neurophysiological brain response to language stimulation. This safe, collaborative project. non-invasive assessment detects and records brainwave activity from the scalp. Rachael Yates Testing can be done at The University of Queensland, St Lucia or at the boy’s home. For Middle School Teacher further information contact Dr Fiona Lewis (07) 3346 7483 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Junior High News irONBarK ParENt MEEtiNG These Ironbark Evenings are a very the Years 8–10 Student Diary. Please FOr FOrMS 9E, 9F, 9G & 9H important step in the process of take the time to read these requirements The 9E, 9F, 9G, 9H Ironbark Parent your child attending Ironbark. The and ensure that your student is dressed Meeting will be held in the Chapel on evening will provide you with a perfect appropriately. Wednesday, 7 May at 7.00pm opportunity to meet with Mr Matthew ParENt/tEaCHEr iNtErViEWS 9E & 9F students will depart from St Sullivan (Director of Ironbark) and a The Years 8-10 Parent-Teacher Evening is Peters on 8 July and return on Saturday chance to have many questions answered. to be held in Dohler Building from 3.30 9 August. The medical forms for 9C & 9D are pm to 5.00 pm and 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm 9G & 9H students will depart from now due. Some medical forms are still on Tuesday 6th May 2008. If you require St Peters on 12 August and return on outstanding and if you have not returned an interview, please ensure that you ask Saturday 13 September. your form, we ask that you please your student to take the form, in regular complete and return as soon as possible class time, to the teachers you wish to On the night, you will be given the for the Ironbark staff to process. see. Each teacher will write his/her relevant paperwork for completion and WiNtEr uNiFOrM name in the space beside the time of your return to Lorraine Christensen by hand, From Monday 5 May, the school blazer appointment with that particular teacher. email email@example.com. au or fax 3377 6267. Medical & Solo is to be worn each day with the formal irONBarK paperwork for 9E & F will be due back by uniform. The uniform requirements If your son/daughter is away at Ironbark 6 June and 9G & 9H on 15 July. are listed in the Parent Handbook on and you still require an interview, please the Parent Portal as well as written in ring or email the teacher(s) concerned to make an appointment. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 7 The Dawn - Year 8 Production 29 and 30 May, 2008 And so The Dawn begins . . . script and score will be a challenge for all involved, both dramatically and musically, In 2007, St Peters started a project called but very rewarding. the Year 8 Production. It was intended to provide the opportunity for a large Stephen Leek is, again, the musical number of students to be on the stage director. Bruce Clarke (English in a large scale “music/drama event”, be Department), who has a wealth of relevant and approachable to 12 – 13 year experience in writing and directing olds and be based on a local or national musicals, is the director. topic with links to the present day. This year, Stephen and Vincent created This, we believe, is unique in Australian the script with the concept of having schools. a professional actress and singer as the It also gives the students the opportunity adult lead role. This gives the Production to develop their musical and dramatic an extra dimension and the students the Let’s sing! - Stephen Leek leads rehearsals skills under the guidance of national arts opportunity to work with an experienced leaders, build self confidence, make new performer. friends in Year 8, have fun and be part of It is very exciting that Maggie Noonan Career Centre the world premiere of a new stage work (international opera singer, actress and written just for them. teacher – plus mother of Katie and news and events Last year, the topic was the Eureka Tyrone Noonan from the Brisbane group for Parents and Stockade. This year, it is called “The “George”) has accepted our invitation to Dawn” – Louisa Lawson & Women’s play this role. Students Right to Vote. Louisa Lawson was the Rehearsals have now started and we Please click on ‘Careers’ on the wife of a gold miner, poet, suffragette and are delighted with the progress that Portal for up-to-date University and newspaper publisher as well as the mother the cast have made in such a short TAFE Course Guides, a wide range of Henry Lawson. time. They are working very hard and of information on work experience demonstrating commendable maturity opportunities, traineeships and In 2008, we again commissioned apprenticeships, paid work and other Stephen Leek and Vincent Plush, two and concentration. important dates such as the UMAT Test of Australia’s leading composers and This weekend we are off to camp!! date, Institute of Chartered Accountants conductors, to write the Production. The Christine Taylor information evening and much more. Producer Our St Peters community is extensive, and it may also be that parents, alumni and friends who are in business could create more opportunities for our students by offering unpaid work experience, school based apprenticeships and traineeships, or holiday and full time paid work. We would be delighted to add such notices to the Careers portal. To do this, please phone Mrs Alison Butcher, Careers From left: Mr Clark, the director; The two Louisa’s, Maggie Noonan and Michelle Williams Administration, on 3377 6514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org St Peters student cast in Brisbane Gang Show Pauline Burke, Career Counsellor St Peters student Megan Danslow has been selected as a cast member for the 57th season of the Brisbane Gang Show. The Gang Show is an exciting musical variety show performed by over 100 youth members of the Scout and Guide movements. CONCErt CaNCELLEd Tickets are now on sale for the Brisbane Gang Show at the Schonell Theatre, It is with regret that the concert The University of Queensland. Celebrate the Year of the Scout and be planned for this Friday night thoroughly entertained with a fast paced musical revue. featuring the Senior Stage Band, Friday 4 July at 7.45pm; Sunday 6 July 12.30pm; Sunday 6 July 4.00pm; Tuesday 8 July to Cantique and Saints and Singers Saturday 12 July 7.45pm nightly. Additional matinee at 1.30pm on Saturday has been cancelled. These groups Adults $22; Concessions (Pensioners/students/children under 14) $14 will be performing at concerts To book phone 3878 3334 Monday to Saturday 8.00am-7.00pm; Credit Cards accepted. planned later in the year. Website: http://brisbanegangshow.scoutsqld.com.au/ the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 8 Senior School News SOutH QuEENSLaNd The overall winner of the national SENiOr SCHOOL ENGiNEEriNG LiNK PrOJECt BHP Billiton Science Awards will win Students in Years 11 and 12 are invited to $2000 and the chance to compete at the LiBrary NEWS the South Queensland Engineering Link international science and engineering fair author Visit this Friday Project. The project is aimed at students in the USA. This Friday we are who want to investigate engineering as very fortunate to be The BHP Billiton Science Awards are a career choice or try experiments in receiving a visit from a partnership between BHP Billiton, Physics or Chemistry that are not possible Victorian novelist, Scot the world’s largest diversified resources at school and that apply to respected and Gardner. The author of company, CSIRO, Australia’s premier seven books for young stimulating professions. The project also scientific research organisation and the adults, he promises to provides a challenging and fun time, and Australian Science Teachers Association be highly entertaining an opportunity to meet students from (ASTA). and thought-provoking. across the South Queensland Region with similar interests. The dates for the project NatiONaL yOutH SCiENCE A former truck driver, delivery person, landscape gardener, professional are from Tuesday 1 July to Friday 4 July. FOruM musician, masseur, waiter, counsellor, Enrolments close at the end of May. Year 11 science students who have program developer, teacher, webmaster, their sights set on a future in science, BHP BiLLitON SCiENCE group facilitator, consultant, and youth engineering or related disciplines are aWardS worker, he has drawn on this wealth encouraged to apply to be a part of the of experience to write gritty, real-life St Peters students are invited to enter National Youth Science Forum held in novels which young people can really Australia’s most prestigious science Canberra in January 2009. relate to. awards, the BHP Billiton Science Awards. These awards reward young people If students are interested in the above Some of our Junior High English classes who have undertaken practical research activities, please contact David Haliczer in will be attending a talk by Scot on Friday in the Senior School Resource Centre. projects that demonstrate innovative the science staffroom on 3377 6549 or by investigative approaches using scientific email email@example.com . Courier-Mail young reviewer methods. To be eligible students must David Haliczer awards either: Head of Science The Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) 2008 Book of the • submit a project based on their own Year shortlist has just been announced, experimental data into the experiment, WiNtEr uNiFOrM and the Courier-Mail now seeks reviews research or investigation On Monday 5 May, the school blazer is by Queensland school students of a • successfully complete a science project to be worn each day with the formal selection of books from the list. The in the Blue, Silver or Gold category of the uniform. The uniform requirements are awards promote reading and writing CSIRO CREST Awards (Science) listed in the Parent Handbook on the by seeking intelligent, informed reviews Parent Portal as well as written in the of books in the younger readers, older The BHP Billiton Science Awards Years 8–12 Student Diary. Please take readers and picture books sections of are open to all Australian permanent the time to read these requirements the CBCA shortlist. residents enrolled full time in primary or and ensure that your student is dressed If you would like to be eligible to win up secondary schools. appropriately. to $1500 worth of books, go to http:// media01.couriermail.com.au/extras/ reviewers/award08.htm for the review booklist and the official entry form. Boarders Rise Early to Attend the Dawn Service at Anzac Square A selection of reviews will be published Twenty-five Boarders along with six staff in The Courier-Mail Headstart section members attended the dawn service on August 12, and the winners will be at Anzac Square in Brisbane. Also in announced and presentations made on attendance was John Smith, the father of Saturday, August 16, as part of Children's Hugh Smith in Year 11, who was visiting Book Week. The deadline for reviews is from the Solomon Islands. John has Friday, 25 July. served in the Army for 24 years and is currently in the Army Reserve. It was 2008 young aussie Writers’ nice to have him and his daughter Chloe award with us. Afterwards, we all went to Mt If creative writing is more your style Coot-tha to watch the sunrise. While at then you could submit stories, articles, Mt Coot-tha we were entertained by a song lyrics, plays, reports, comics, lovely gentleman playing the bagpipes. cartoons or poems to the YAWA’s. For After Mt Coot-tha we had breakfast more information and entry forms go to at Park Road. It was a special morning http://www.pearsoned.com.au/schools/ for everyone and we look forward to magazines/yawa.asp attending again next year. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 9 Sport, Arts and Culture SPORTING TOUR TO MELBOURNE tHE MaGNFiCiENt MaddiES Congratulations to the 16 students who represented St Peters Lutheran College in the Rostrum Public Speaking competition heats on Saturday and Sunday at Gardens Point QUT campus. All acquitted themselves well and learnt a great deal from their experience. Well done to Maddie King (Senior) and Maddie Riachi (Junior) who placed first in their heats and now progress to the next round on 10 May. Daniel Roe (Senior), Cameron Griffiths (Junior) and Nick Mayer (Junior) also spoke brilliantly and achieved second place in their respective heats. Hopefully, they are all inspired to continue the public speaking journey and we can have supporters listening to the two Maddies at Gardens Point QUT 10am on 10 May. Peter Waterman From page 1 . . . the Melbourne Victory’s training centre). Four very strong schools were chosen The boys also attended the Collingwood triatHLON triuMPH to ensure effective preparation for the v Carlton match at the MCG in front of Year 11 Student, boys’ development in both sports. The 80,000 people. Taylor Woods, following results were recorded: Overall, this was a tremendous tour recently competed providing many opportunities for the in the Australian St Kevin’s (current Melbourne Premiers) Schools Triathlon Soccer – 2-2 draw; Rugby – 5-5 draw boys. The boys are certainly a tighter and more structured squad as a result Championship Melbourne Grammar of the experience. All of the boys were in Davenport, Soccer – 3-3 draw; Rugby – 26-7 win extremely well behaved, organised and Tasmania. Geelong Grammar regularly responsible for many of the In the intermediate age group, Taylor Soccer – 1-0 win; Rugby – training session duties required while away. They were completed the 600m swim, 16 km cycle, not only excellent ambassadors for the and 4 km run in an outstanding 49 Trinity Grammar school, but also for their sports. minutes, 52 seconds placing second and Soccer – 2-1 win; Rugby – 65–0 win The boys would appreciate as many less than 20 seconds behind the winner. These were very pleasing results against supporters as possible to their games to The following day Taylor competed as a quality opposition schools. The boys acknowledge the effort they have put members of the Queensland team in the worked closely to implement their into this pre-season preparation. I am team event, where the Queensland team coaches’ game plan. As part of the extremely proud of each and every one and Taylor won their division. experience, the boys were also treated to of the boys and wish them all the very an informative tour around each of the best for the season and for their general schools prior to the games, allowing the development. students to experience the significant history associated with such schools. In addition, students trained and had GEt tHE rOCK EMaiLEd tO yOu recovery sessions in locations such as Albert Park and St Kilda Beach. This reduces printing costs and helps save To reinforce their awareness of the the environment. professionalism and history of sport in this country, the boys were treated to The Rock is also available on the St Peters website. tours of the MCG, the newly opened National Sports Museum, the Rod Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Laver Arena and the Lexus Centre (Vic to request this option. Institute of Sport, Collingwood FC and the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 10 Music what’s on . . . from page 1 Impressive Instrumental Performances SuNday 4 May Boarder Visiting W’end (continues) Yr 8 Production camp continues Brookfield QCCC MONday 5 May Labour Day Term 2-Week 3(A) of 9 Academic Week 3:00pm | Chorale Camp returns | Camp Edmund-Laidley 5:00pm | Yr 8 Production camp returns Brookfield QCCC A large and appreciative audience was The Sculthorpe Strings and Junior High Boarder Visiting/Exeat W’end (concludes) treated to a wonderful concert in the Strings combined to give their first tuESday 6 May Chapel on Friday night. Mr Kerry performance under Cherie Deacon’s 9:00am | Vaccinations-Hep B Dose 1 & Jacobsen’s Percussion ensembles, Mr direction. The combined groups Boostrix Yr 8/Boostrix Yr10 Mark Pradella’s Wind ensemble, Mrs produced a very pleasing and rich tone. 10:00am - 2:00pm | Lutheran Schools Cherie Deacon’s Sculthorpe and Junior These groups are clearly fostering the Cross Country Carnival Yrs 8-12 High Strings and Mr David Maddick’s development of fine string ensemble 8-12 | Limestone Park Symphonic Orchestra demonstrated their playing. 10:15am 2:00pm | Theatre Trip “The great progress and musical achievements Summer of the 17th Doll” Yr 10 & 11 The Symphonic Orchestra, directed by made in just one term. David Maddick presented the Finale Drama 10&11 La Boite Theatre 2:30pm - 8:00pm | Yr 8 Production-Day The performance by the Intermediate of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and a Camp | Chapel Percussion Ensemble was highly work called Hatikvah – The Hope, 3:30pm - 7:30pm |Parent Teacher entertaining and provided an indication which is based on the Israeli National Interviews Yrs 8 9 & 10 of the very exciting program in store for Anthem. This is a very stirring work and the College’s percussion department highlighted the many talented musicians WEdNESday 7 May under Kerry Jacobson’s direction. The in the orchestra. 8:15am - 5:00pm | Yr 8 Production-Day Senior Percussion Ensemble performance Camp The performing students and their was most impressive, as they performed a conductors should be commended for 8:30am - 12:00pm | Channel 7 Weather- very rhythmically challenging work. Helicopter visit | Middle Schl Oval their tremendous efforts this term and 8:45am - 9:15am| Mothers Day Chapel The Wind Ensemble presented a very for being able to produce such amazing Service | Chapel enthusiastic and spirited performance, yet performances in just one term! 11:09am - 12:45pm | Workshop Zen Zen also demonstrated their ability to perform Bravo! Zo Mrs Mecklem’s Yr 11 Drama class very challenging music. It was great to see 5:30pm | Foundation Directors Meeting these young musicians obviously having Café 45 Common Rm fun and enjoying their music making Caroline Duffus 6:30pm | Foundation Annual General under Mark Pradella’s direction. Meeting | Café 45 Common Room 7:00pm - 8:30pm | Ironbark Parent Information Evening Yrs 9 EFG & H New Music Staff member - Mark Pradella Chapel Mark has just completed his first term at St Peters. We are pleased to welcome him into the Music Department as Head of Woodwind and to tell tHurSday 8 May parents a little of his background. Vicki Wilson Cup Primary competition Year 7 Mark Pradella has performed with some of Australia’s music giants including James Morrison, Tommy Emanuel, Australian Idol Band, Kate Ceberano, 8:10am - 3:04pm | Community Focus Day Tina Arena and Taxi Ride, to name a few. He has also performed with P-12 internationally acclaimed stars such as Richie Cole, Grace Knight, Darryl Braithwaite and 8.00am - 3.00pm | Boating #3 Excursion Blues Brothers Revival. Mark has a Diploma, two Graduate Diplomas and an LMUSA. After Mr Bowketts’s Marine Studies Class Year lecturing in colleges and performing arts centres across Queensland and New South Wales 12 | Wellington Point Jetty he joined the RAAF Air Command Band 1996-2003 at Richmond Airbase in Sydney. In 8:10am - 3:04pm | Ipswich Show Day- this role he was not just as a musician, but also trained in combat and as a firefighter. He Springfield Campus Closed served in East Timor and Iraq. He has performed in Queensland Symphony, Pops Orchestra, 6:00pm - 9:30PM | Brightest and Best classical ensembles, jazz and pop groups, as well as recording work. He leads a 12 piece Rehearsal | Chapel corporate band ‘Sould Out’ which has performed at numerous public events including River Festival. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 11 Notices PARENT SYMPOSIUM iNVitatiON When Wednesday14 May 2008 Where College Chapel St Peters Lutheran College - indooroopilly 6.45pm Parents’ Only Forum: Mr David Radke, Campus Principal to lead discussion on parent communication featuring and involvement including the re-evaluation of the Noel Pearson St Peters Old Scholar St Peters Lutheran College Parents and Friends Activist Leader Association 7.30pm Key address: Mr Noel Pearson Noel Pearson was born in Cooktown and grew up at Hope Vale Lutheran 8.00pm St Peters Indigenous Education Program discussion Mission on south-east Cape York Peninsula. He attended St Peters Lutheran College as a boarder and went on to study law and history at the University 8.30pm Light refreshments of Sydney. rSVP by Friday 9 May 2008 to: Following the Parents’ Forum, Mr Pearson and other community Kristen Holmes, Community Support Officer representatives will lead a discussion on indigenous education, challenges for Ph: 07 3377 6567 or the education sector in this area and St Peters indigenous education program. Email: email@example.com AN INITIATIVE OF THE ST PETERS COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM Marist College Rosalie Old Boys’ Association The Rosa Old Boys’ Association is currently undertaking an audit of the rich history of Marist College Rosalie. If you have a video, picture or a story to tell please email it into firstname.lastname@example.org to feature on our website. The association wishes to capture our rich history on our website for all to view. Term 2 Enrolments are being taken now. If you are a Facebook user please log onto the groups Call Andrew (St Peters new program director) on 0403 128 section and join the official Rosa group “Rosa Old Boys”. This 235 to enrol in the Ace Tennis Australia program or register is an interactive way to stay involved with your fellow Rosa for your free trial lesson. friends. Free Racquet offer is valid for NEW Term 2 Students enrolled by 09/05/08 Website: www.rosaboys.com the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 12 Sports Bulletin Years 8 -12 Boys Head of Boys Sport, Paul Treschman P. 07 3377 6217 E. email@example.com rOuNd 1 St PEtErS V Padua COLLEGE tErM 2 traiNiNG SESSiONS 3 May 2008 rugby: ruGBy (aWay) Tuesday - 1st’s, 2nd’s & 16’s - Mayer Oval time rugby 1 rugby 2 - 13’s, 14’s & 15’s - Indooroopilly SHS 10:00am 13B Wednesday - 1st’s - Mayer Oval (Field 2) 11:00am 13A 14B Thursday - 1st’s, Opens and 16’s - Mayer Oval 12:00pm 14A 15B 1:00pm 15A - 15’s, 14’s and 13’s - Indooroopilly SHS 2:00pm 2nd’s 16A Soccer: 3:15pm 1st’s Tuesday and Thursday - 1st’s - Middle School Oval rugby Venue: - 16’s & Opens - Stolz Padua Playing Fields - 222 Elliott Rd, Banyo Monday and Wednesday -15’s - Mon (Indooroopilly SHS) & Wed All boys should arrive 1hr before their match (Middle School Oval) Monday and Wednesday -14’s - Stolz SOCCEr (aWay) - 13’s - Indooroopilly S.H.S Soccer 1 Soccer 2 Soccer 3 Cross Country: 8:30am 14A 8:30am 13A 8:30am 13B Monday and Wednesday mornings from 6:15-7:30am. Students are to 9:45am 15A 9:45am 14B 9:30am 13C meet on Stolz Oval. Any student who wants to improve their fitness 11:00am 16A or make the school Cross Country team needs to be attending these 12:15pm 2nd’s 11:45am 15B sessions. 2:00pm 1st’s 1:45pm 3rd’s Chess: Soccer Venues: Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons from 3:15 – 4:30pm and Thursday Padua Playing Fields - 222 Elliott Rd, Banyo lunchtime. All sessions are in B2. All boys should arrive 45 mins before their match SPOrtS CaPtaiNS A few omissions were made to the last article on Sports Captains. CHESS These include: Match v Padua on Friday 2 May in the Senior School Study Centre Sailing: James Dahl (c); Chloe Douglas (vc) from 4:00-6:00pm. Cross Country: Taylor Woods (co vc) Sporting information: The St Peters website has all relevant sporting information (trainings, matches, venues, specific requirements and results) and can be viewed on the portals under the Boys Sport link. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 13 Sports Bulletin Years 8 - 12 Girls Head of Girls Sport, Jenni Gagen P. 07 3377 6218 E. firstname.lastname@example.org St HiLda’S SCHOOL OrdEr OF PLay V St CrOSS COuNtry CaLENdar PEtEr’S LutHEraN SCHOOL WEEK 3 Tuesday 6 May Inter-Lutheran Cross Limestone Country (selected Park SPLC Round 4, Friday 2 May 2008 students only) Wednesday 7 May QGSSSA Cross Limestone Country Meet Park IGGS BaSKEtBaLL Saturday 10 May QGSSSA Cross Victoria Park Coordinator: David Rushmore ph 3377 6256/0421 796 7 Country Relay Meet BGGS Venues: 16 St Hilda’s Sports Complex - Whitby St, Southport (UBD 29 C13) TSS Centenary Centre - Winchester St, Southport (UBD 29 F19) Girls selected in the Inter-Lutherans Team will be listed outside Sports Transport: Buses will leave at 2.30 and will return at the end of the last game House on Thursday. A meeting for all team members will be held at (approx 7.15pm) morning tea on Friday outside Sports House. tiME St Hilda’s Sports the Southport School Centenary Girls interested in attending the QGSSSA Cross Country Meets Complex, Centre must meet with Mrs Gagen and Miss O’Neill on Wednesday 7 May in Indoor CT 1 Ct 2 CT 3 SN4 to confirm travel details. More information about these events 4.00pm 9A Open 8A 9B appears on the Portals – Girls Sport Yrs 8-12, Cross Country. 5.00pm 10A Sen A 10B MEt WESt BaSKEtBaLL GirLS tOuCH Congratulations to our five open girls basketball players who have Coordinator: Mark Manson ph 3377 6568/0404 801 306 made the Met West U/18 team. The following girls will be heading Venue: Owen Park Touch Association Queen St, Southport (UBD 29 C13) off to Toowoomba from the 31 July to the 3 August: Olivia Schultz, transport: Buses will leave at 2.30 and will return at the end of the last game Sigourney Thompson, Cate Meehan, Sam Woolard and Kaitlin Cole. (approx 7.15pm) tiME FiELd 1 FiELd 2 FiELd 3 FiELd 4 FiELd 5 NEtBaLL – PrE-SEaSON traiNiNG 4.10pm Senior A 8A 8B 9A 9B Open Squad - Girls interested in playing in the open netball team 5.00pm Open Senior B 10A 10B must attend a Open Squad Trial Wednesday 7 May 3.30-5.00pm. If necessary a second trial will be held Thursday am or pm. SOCCEr Year 8, 9, 10 and Senior Squads – Girls interested in playing in these Coordinator: Susannah O’Neill ph 3377 6297/0405 000 311 teams will need to attend pre-season trials starting in Week 4 on Venue: Coomera Soccer Club,Viney Park Yaun St, Coomera (UBD 6 R9) Tuesday mornings 6.30-7.30am and/or Thursday 3.30-5.00pm. Transport: Buses will leave at 2.30 and will return at the end of the last game (approx 6.15pm) tiME Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 See Portals for all training times and 4.00pm OPEN Senior A Junior game time details. the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 14 Sports Bulletin Primary Head of Primary Sport, Bewn Gates P. 07 3377 6584 E. email@example.com rOuNd 2, Saturday 3 MAY 2008 JuNiOr taS FixturES NEtBaLL year 7 year 7 White year 5 year 6 Maroon (7.1) (7.2) Vs Vs Vs Rivermount Vs Rivermount Rivermount Rivermount (7.1) (7.2) Court #5 Court #5 Court #5 Court #5 11:00am 10:00am 8:00am 9:00am #All Netball games will be played at the Cannon Hill Netball Association courts on Wynnum Rd at Cannon Hill. ruGBy NO yEar 5 year 5/6 year 7 tEaM! HOME HOME vs Redeemer Lutheran vs The Springfield College Colllege Mayer Oval #2 Mayer Oval #1 Harts Rd, Indooroopilly Harts Rd, Indooroopilly UBD Map: 178 Ref: P7 UBD Map: 178 Ref: P7 8:00am 8:00am *Please be at all games at least 20-30mins prior to starting time. CrOSS COuNtry Yr 4-7 Inter-House Cross Country Carnival: Friday 2nd May (1:30pm – 3:00pm) Thankyou to all the parents who came out to support the Prep – Year 3 Cross Country runners on Tuesday. It was an enjoyable morning. traiNiNG tiMES Junior TAS Rugby & Netball: Every Wednesday 3:30pm – 5:00pm Cross Country: Monday 3:15pm – 4:00pm Wednesday 7:00am – 7:45am Friday Lunchtime 12:45pm – 1:15pm the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 15 directory HEad OF COLLEGE Reception Administrative Assistant Junior School Coordinator/ Mr Stephen Rudolph Jenny Harding Jane Corrie Music Theory Phone: 3377 6231 Phone: 3377 6266 Phone: 3377 6103 Liz Garrett: 3377 6557, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com iNdOOrOOPiLLy PriNCiPaL Head of Junior High rESurrECtiON SPOrt CONtaCtS & dirECtOr OF BOardiNG Mrs Lisa Delaney CONGrEGatiON Head of Boys’ Sport Mr David Radke Phone: 3377 6225 Phone: 3377 6244 (Years 8–12 AIC) Phone: 3377 6507 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Mr Paul Treschman firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6217 Reception COuNSELLiNG Mobile: 0434 072 059 rECEPtiON – Alison Arnold Head of Counselling email@example.com LutHEr HOuSE Phone: 3377 6503 Mr Michael Greenslade Mrs Lin Machura/ Veronica Meulman firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6237 Head of Girls’ Sport Phone: 3377 6222 email@example.com (Years 8–12 QGSSSA) SENiOr SCHOOL CONtaCtS Fax: 3371 9743 Mrs Jenni Gagen Acting Head of Senior School Mrs Sharon Terris Phone: 3377 6218 StudENt attENdaNCE Mrs Lisa Delaney Phone: 3377 6519 Mobile: 0410 412 403 OFFiCErS Phone: 3377 6225 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com years 10 – 12 firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs Ruth Strelan Mrs Alex Rice/Mrs Sharman Bolton Head of Primary Sport PA to Head of Senior School Phone: 3377 6282 Phone: 3377 6562 (Years 4–7 JTAS) Sharman Bolton email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Mr Ben Gates Phone: 3377 6507 Ms Judy Donaldson email@example.com years 5 – 9 firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6526 Phone: 3377 6584 Mrs Vivienne Kennedy CurriCuLuM email@example.com Mobile: 0437 934 579 Phone: 3377 6266 Head of Curriculum & Pedagogy firstname.lastname@example.org dirECtOr OF StudENt Sports House Shane Jurecky aCtiVitiES P–12 Phone: 3377 6517 Junior School attendance. Phone: 3377 6504 Mr Alan Denham Fax: 3377 6258 Phone: 3377 6250 email@example.com Phone: 3377 6524 BOardiNG JuNiOr SCHOOL CONtaCtS Director of Studies Fax: 3371 9743 Boys Boarding Reception Junior School Reception Simeon Milner Mobile: 0403 348469 Phone: 3377 6100 Michelle Overell Phone: 3377 6286 firstname.lastname@example.org 3377 6250 email@example.com Coordinator of Boys Boarding MuSiC CONtaCtS firstname.lastname@example.org Mr Ken Schultz Director of Senior Studies / Director of Music/Chorale Phone: 3377 6111 Head of Junior School IB Co-ordinator Graeme Morton email@example.com Kathy Close Jenni Winn Phone: 3377 6279 Phone: 3377 6529 Phone: 3377 6249 firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Boarding Reception email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6900 Strings/Orchestra Coordinator of Preparatory Centre Director of Curriculum Prep - Year 9 David Maddick Coordinator of Girls Boarding Justine Bryant Melissa Deacon Phone. 3377 6530 Mrs Kim Holman Phone: 3377 6250 Phone: 3377 6558 email@example.com Phone: 3377 6911 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Strings/Guitar/Vocal Outside School Hours Career Counsellor Cherie Deacon irONBarK Care Supervisor Pauline Burke Phone. 3377 6530 Director Phone: 3377 6533 Phone: 3377 6518 email@example.com Mr Matthew Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com MiddLE SCHOOL/JuNiOr Woodwind/Wind Ensemble Phone: 4698 1171 HiGH CONtaCtS CHaPLaiNS Mark Pradella Fax: 4698 1784 Head of Middle School Senior Chaplain Phone. 3377 6532 PO Box 27, Crows Nest, 4355 Wayne Gauld Dr David Stolz (p/t) firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6552 Phone: 3377 6247 Chaplain Brass/Bands email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Pastor Frank Rasenberger (p/t) Grant Mason Phone: 4698 1309 PA to Head of Middle School & Pastor Jim Bryan (p/t) Phone. 3377 6554 email@example.com Junior High Phone: 3377 6244 firstname.lastname@example.org Lorraine Christensen email@example.com Percussion/Keyboard Phone: 3377 6269 Chaplain Kirstin Munchenberg Kerry Jacobson firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 3377 6265 Phone: 3377 6207 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 2008 St Peters Ball, hosted by the St Peters Lutheran College Foundation Black Tie St Peters Ball $160 per ticket (Tables of ten available) Includes pre-ball canapes, three course meal, all drinks, entertainment, lucky door prizes and lots more. Sponsorship opportunities available BOOK NOW Saturday, 24 May 2008 - 6.30pm til late! Royal on the Park Rebecca Cobon: 07 3377 6270, e-mail email@example.com the rock 1 May 2008 | Page 16