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					Volume 21 No. 25 30 August 2006




                                                                        Ph: 4633 8365   Fax: 4633 8358   www.broughton.nsw.edu.au

                                  “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”
                                                                                                                          John 14:6




                                  Debaters Take On Macarthur                                                              INSIDE THIS ISSUE
                                  On Tuesday 21 August, Broughton Year 6 students took part in debates                   Debating & Public Speaking News                   1
                                  against Macarthur Anglican School at the College. Two debates were
                                  held. The topic was ‘That Australia and New Zealand Should Be One                      Secondary Athletics Carnival Update               2
                                  Country’. Aden Powter, Steven Graham and Jerome Hernando were on the
                                  affirmative and they tried very hard to assure the audience that this was              Debutante Ball                                    3
                                  a good idea. Unfortunately, the Macarthur team was stronger and they
                                  won this one. For the second debate, the same topic was used and Astoria
                                  Markovic, Breiannon Tsoriero, Marina Cole and Kirsten Connor formed the                Ex-student Emma Eagles                            3
                                  negative. They were the winners of this debate. All the students should
                                  be congratulated on their excellent achievement and hard work.                         P & F News                                        I



                                                                                                                           Book Now! .....
                                                                                                                           The Journey Begins
                                                                                                                             Book Week Activities are under way.

                                                                                                                             On Monday Early Childhood Campus and
                                                                                                                             Junior School students enjoyed a musical
                                                                                                                             based on the CBCA short-listed books for
                                                                                                                             this year.

                                                                                                                             The secondary students have the
                                                                                                                             opportunity to attend lunchtime screenings
                                                                                                                             of movies based on popular books.
                                  The next event on the debating calendar is the JSHAA Debating Gala Day                     The Book Week display features colouring
                                  on Thursday 7 September. Jarrod Hall, Alex Gruening, Sarah Flemming,                       and poster competitions from the Junior
                                  Conor Deer, Matthew Ryan, Anna Hawkins, Elizabeth Crocker, Robyn                           School and Early Childhood.
                                  Pachimuthu and Reece Little will be travelling into the city with Miss
                                  Goddard to debate at St. Andrews Cathedral School against other JSHAA                      There is also a collection of books for
                                  schools. We wish them all the best.                                                        students to “Borrow a Book Now! ...the
                                                                                                                             journey begins”.
                                  Public Speaking News
                                                                                                                             Please call in and visit the IRC this week.
                                  Congratulations to Trudi Fuchs and Megan Schulz of Year 8 who                              Our website lists all competition winners
                                                                                                                             and the Displays and Events page shows
                                  recently competed in the South West Youth Services Public Speaking
                                                                                                                             photos of winning entries.
                                  Competition at the Mission Australia Building in Campbelltown. The
                                  purpose of the competition
                                  was to raise the awareness of
                                  young people to the dangers of
                                  drugs, peer pressure, alcohol
                                  and cigarettes. Both girls spoke
                                  really well. Each received
                                  a Highly Commended Award
                                  which consisted of a certificate
                                  and a McDonalds and Greater
                                  Union Voucher.



                                                                                                                   Broughton Anglican College Newsletter, 30 August 2006       1
Around the College

Secondary Athletics Carnival
    After a number of lunchtime catch-up events we have finally been able to finish the Secondary School Athletics Carnival. Wet weather,
    exams and excursions all played their part in delaying the final point score tally. With the NASSA Carnival now having been held and
    the AICES Carnival next week these are the final House and Age Champion point scores.

    The winning House for the 2006 Athletics Secondary Carnival was Darlington.

    The Secondary School Age Champions for 2006 are:

    Boys	       1st	                2nd	      	             3rd								
    12 years    Robert Le           Cameron Young           Jordan Fuchs
    13 years    Blaise Hennessy     Blake Szumski           John Croall
    14 years    Rhys Gorissen       Ross Kilpatrick         Boyden Sapsed/Daniel Hill
    15 years    Erich Rynas         Mike Rupprecht          Michael Oetsch
    16 years    Mitchell Clarke     Brandt Connor           Lazarus Floratos
    17 years+   Andrew Grant        Tim Rupprecht           Scott Baldwin

    Girls	      1st	                2nd	      	             3rd
    12 years    Charlie-Rose        Jayarna Slater          Rebecca Blackburn
                Mielczarek
    13 years    Gemma Brennan       Sharyn Laws             Tayla Hallett
    14 years    Mallory Downs       Tamara Castle           Kristy Heffernan
    15 years    Chobe Keedle        Jessica Crowther        Jamie-Lee Ivanac
    16 years    Courtney Dowse      Heather Goodhew Michelle Sage
    17 years+   Caitlin Sherlock    Belinda Morgan          Greer Butcher




A Few Points on Speed                                                                   Happy Fathers’ Day
REVIEW OF TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS
                                                                                        We wish all our Broughton fathers a wonderful and loving day on
The Headmaster, Mr Webb, has written to the Traffic Committee                           Sunday with their families.
of Campbelltown City Council requesting that they review the
arrangements for the flow of traffic outside the College. He has                        “The heart of a father is found in the heart of God. In order for
expressed particular concern about issues raised by the fatal                           a man to be the kind of father that his children need, a man must
accident that occured outside our entrance gate a few weeks ago.                        understand what kind of a father God is to his children.
We will keep you informed of the progress.
                                                                                        Here is an area our Dads might consider.
KEEP TO THE 40 KPH SPEED LIMIT OUTSIDE OUR COLLEGE OR PAY!
                                                                                        Leadership – Children need leadership. A father has been called
And also on the issue of speed…. Some people are still taking                           by God to instruct his child, point his child to the path of life,
risks with speed on entering or leaving our College. Our P & F                          and show his child how to walk upon it. From a father’s lips, a
campaigned tirelessly for a long period of time to get the 40 kph                       child needs to hear wise words and wise counsel; from a father’s
speed limit outside our College. Remember, this speed restriction                       steps, a child needs to see the importance of wise choices and
is to protect our students and their families.                                          good decisions; from a father’s love, a child needs to discover
                                                                                        his purpose, his identity, and his true worth.”
This is a reminder that if you are caught doing 85 kph when the                                      Roy Lessin
40 kph zone is in force you will be fined $2,409 and lose 6 points
off your licence AND your licence will be suspended for 6 months.                       And remember the example of our heavenly Father.
For your information, penalties are listed below:
                                                                                        “Which of you, if his son asks for bread, will give him a stone? Or
                                                                                        if he asks for a fish, will give him a snake? If you then, though you
15 kph & under                     $231     3     Licence   points
                                                                                        are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much
15 kph and over                    $308     3     Licence   points
                                                                                        more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask
Over 30 kph                        $923     4     Licence   points
                                                                                        him!” Matthew 7:9-11
Over 45 kph                        $2,409   6     Licence   points

It could definitely “pay” to protect our students and their families
by adhering to the speed limit!


2      Broughton Anglican College Newsletter, 30 August 2006
 General News

 Debutante Ball                                                                                          REMINDER
Last Saturday evening eight Debutantes were presented to Bishop Reg Piper at our Debutante Ball.      Newsletter	Online
There were many proud parents and grandparents as they watched our beautiful Debs and their
handsome partners showing the dances that they have learned over many weeks of hard work.             We are continuing to publish our
                                                                                                     newsletter on line on our website.
The Debs would like to thank our Debutante Ball Committee, Mrs Karen McHugh and Mrs Debbie
Maxwell, for organising this special evening and Mrs Karen Waters for advice and guidance given           To access our newsletter:
from the wealth of her previous experience with our Deb Balls.
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Eagles Soars in Title Bid
 Visit our website for more photos of the
 evening.


The above was a headline in a recent local newspaper and
refers to ex-student Emma Eagles (Year 12/2004). Emma
who is a Nursing student has continued on with her chosen
sport of shooting. Recently she won a bronze medal in the
Under 21 Olympic Trap Event in the International Sport
Shooting Federation’s World Shooting Championships held
in Zagreb, Croatia. It would seem an Olympic berth might
not be out of reach for Emma, who won Australia’s only
medal at the Championships. Congratulations Emma on                                                 Early Childhood Campus
this superb achievement.                                                                               Assembly Awards
Visit our website for more details.                                                                 Congratulations to the following Merit
                                                                                                    Card recipients for Week 6 Term 3:
                                                                                                    Prep Ko      Mikayla H, Adam H
                                         World Vision                                               Prep D       Niomie D, Jack H
                                      40 Hour Famine                                                Prep W
                                                                                                    Prep Ka
                                                                                                                 Emily A, Lachlan B
                                                                                                                 Olivia K, Lauren T
                                       18-20 August                                                 KR
                                                                                                    KG
                                                                                                                 Rani M, Ethan E
                                                                                                                 Pascale Y, Nathan R
                                                                                                    KB           Alexander C, Joel M
                                                                                                    KY           Jarrod B, Kiara T
   The 40 Hour Famine for World Vision was                                                          1B           Joshua H, Lauren B
                                                                                                    1G           Dylan I, Natasha S
   held on 18 – 20 August to raise funds for
                                                                                                    1R           Bethany M, Joshua A
   children in countries less fortunate than ours.                                                  2D           Meaghan C, James F
   Congratulations and thank you to all students                                                    2P           Kurtis H, Richard M
   who participated in this event by giving up
   food, technology, furniture or other luxury
   items for the 40 hours. All sponsorship money
   and donations are due for return now. Please
   hand in your books to Mrs Thompson in VET/
   IT or Mr Moore in TAS as soon as possible. We
   will keep you posted as to how much we have
   raised.


                                                                                   Broughton Anglican College Newsletter, 30 August 2006   3
For Your Diary

Calendar Update                                                                         Canteen Roster
    THURSDAY 31 AUGUST                                                                 Mon 4 Sept    Sioux Eichhorn, Judith Boulton

                                                                                       Tue 5 Sept    Leanne Silm, Adele Murphy
    8.40 am - 2.55 pm      P & F Fathers’ Day Stall Prep - Yr 6 Day 1/2
                                                                                       Wed 6 Sept    Sue Carmody, Heidi Channell, Lyndall Davies, Terri Kemp
    9.00 am - 2.30 pm      Yr 3 Walking Tour of Campbelltown
                                                                                       Thu 7 Sept    Fiona Agnew, Susan Jones
    FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER                                                                 Fri 8 Sept    Karen Chrupalo, Kim Aitkins, Roslyn Quarmby, Lisa Cibilic

    8.40 am - 2.55 pm      P & F Fathers’ Day Stall Prep - Yr 6 Day 2/2                Mon 11 Sept   Gab Stosic, Judy Bjorklund, Colin Watts

                                                                                       Tue 12 Sept   Theonie Marcialis, Sonia Cadden, Kerrie Cunich
    8.40 am - 10.35 am     Yr 10 English onsite excursion
                                                                                       Wed 13 Sept   Francis Kent, Kathi O’Brien, Jenny Brackenbury
    9.20 am - 10.35 am     Yr 11 English onsite excursion
                                                                                       Thu 14 Sept   Debra Parker, Pauline Cochrane, Carol Mills, Christine Banzer
    1.45 pm - 2.45 pm      Kindergarten Fathers’ Day Afternoon                         Fri 15 Sept   Jo-Anne Sims, Chris Webster, Lyn Nonnenmacher

    MONDAY 4 SEPTEMBER                                                    WEEK 7
                           NASSA Jnr Athletics                                          Broughton Shop Hours
    8.30 am - 3.00 pm      Macarthur District Eisteddfod
    8.30 am - 3.00 pm      MISA Yr 9 Youth of the Year                                  MONDAYS 8.00 am - 11.00 am
    7.30 pm - 9.00 pm      HSC DAT Major Works Display night                            THURSDAYS 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
    7.30 pm                P & F Executive Meeting                                      SATURDAYS 10.00 am - 1.00 pm                     16 September ONLY
    TUESDAY 5 SEPTEMBER                                                                 BAC Shop Phone Number: 4633 8221 (answered only during Shop hours)
                           HSC Music Performance marking
    12.30 pm - 1.30 pm     Yr 12 Career Seminar - What’s Next?                         EXAMINATION	DATES
    WEDNESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER                                                              The Yearly Exams are approaching. The dates are published
                           AICES Athletics Carnival                                    below for your information.
    10.00 am - 10.40 am Senior School Formal Assembly
    THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER                                                                      Year 11:                                  Monday 18 September
    7.00 am - 5.00 pm      Selected Yr 6 students to Debating Gala Day                        Year 10:                                  Wednesday 18 October
    8.00 am - 3.30 pm      TIGS Soccer Tournament - Yrs 5 & 6                                 Year 9:                                   Monday 23 October
    8.30 am - 2.40 pm      Yr 9 Elective History excursion                                    Year 8:                                   Monday 30 October
    FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER                                                                        Year 7:                                   Monday 23 October
    11.05 am - 1.00 pm     Yr 6 Showcase                                                      Junior School:                            Monday 6 November
    SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER                                                                      Early Childhood Campus:                   Monday 6 November
                           St Peters Anglican Primary School Fete
    5.00 pm - 9.00 pm      10 Year Reunion for Class of 1996
                                                                                       PREP-YEAR	6	COMBINED	TERM	SERVICE
    MONDAY 11 SEPTEMBER                                                   WEEK 8
                                                                                       Our combined Early Childhood Campus and Junior School Term
                           Head of Early Childhood Campus (P-2) Awards
                                                                                       Service will be held on Tuesday 26 September 2006, Periods 7 & 8.
                           CIS Boys Basketball Schools Finals
                           P & F Chocolate money due                                   We look forward to seeing as many P-Yr 6 parents as possible at
                                                                                       the Term Service.
    8.30 am - 3.00 pm      Yr 11 ‘U Turn the Wheel’ Program
    TUESDAY 12 SEPTEMBER
                           CIS Athletics (Junior School)
                           JSHAA Music Festival
    12.30 pm - 1.30 pm     Yr 12 Careers Seminar - Interviews
    WEDNESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER
    8.00 am - 2.45 pm      IPSSO Grand Finals Gala Day for Junior School
    2.00 pm - 8.00 pm      Yrs 9, 10 & 11 Drama excursion
    THURSDAY 14 SEPTEMBER
    8.40 am - 11.00 am     Macarthur Eisteddfod - Choirs
                                                                                                    ●         Praise God for the gift of parents.
    9.20 am - 10.40 am     RAP end of program celebration
                                                                                        Prayer
                                                                                        Points




    FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER                                                                             ●         Pray for members of staff who are sick at this
    6.30 am - 7.00 pm      Yr 6 Canberra excursion                                                            time. Particularly pray for our Head of Junior
                                                                                                              School, Mr Siemsen and our Head of Early
    11.00 am - 11.40 am Middle School Formal Assembly
                                                                                                              Childhood, Miss Philpott.

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