2019 Term 1 Week 9   |   27.03.2019

TAS Talks Term 1 Week 9

01. From the Headmaster

Shooting Tragedy in New Zealand

At Middle and Senior School assembly this week we paused as a school to recognise and reflect on the unprecedented terrorist attack in Christchurch and to show our solidarity with the people of New Zealand in utterly rejecting this abhorrent act. That reflection including watching an inspiringly defiant condemnation of the attack by the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and joining in two minutes silence in recognition of the victims. For the interest of parents and others who were not with us on Tuesday, what was said is reproduced below.

The tragedy of the terrorist shootings in New Zealand, so close to home and at the hands of a gunman from just down the road in Grafton, deserves our community response. In the words of Edmund Burke, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”. Perhaps we may feel that there is little we can do, but we, men and women, can state our rejection of the extremist position that lies behind such an abhorrent act and I ask that we do this, as a community, today.

Beyond making that statement and stamping our position as a school community, this tragedy also gives cause for us to reflect on what lies behind it and to consider how our beliefs, values and actions fit with that. I hope that you were listening to the reading today – to the message from Jesus to love those who are different to you. It is a message that, if heeded by all of us, would certainly bring peace to the world. It is a message to not just recognise and accept differences between, whether within our school community or country or the world, but to celebrate them and embrace them.

I encourage you, as you leave the assembly today, to consider what part you are playing in creating a world that embraces difference and celebrates it – particularly as you interact with those around you.

Headmaster’s Country Tour

The 2019 country tour continues this week as we head south to Scone today to meet a good number of families considering TAS for next year before joining with current parents at the Thoroughbred Hotel this evening. Tomorrow we will be meeting new families in Tamworth and holding our function at the Square Man Inn. I hope that the news of our functions has reached all our families in those regions and all who possibly can will join us.


Sporting Matters

As the Summer sporting season reaches its end, our students right across the School are immersed in Athletics, with a huge field competing in the 3000m event on Monday afternoon, all gathering to cheer on their houses in another exciting ‘Cloisters Run’ and the main carnivals for Junior School on Friday and for Middle and Senior School today and on Saturday morning. In fine TAS tradition these are mass participation events and I wish all students competing well in their events.

For our First XI cricketers, their already successful season will come to an end on Saturday as they compete in their grand final at Lambert Park and I wish them every success and encourage students and parents alike to get along to support them.

Murray Guest


02. Notice Board

Student Services

Free rail and charter coach bookings for eligible boarders - see details below:
End of Term 1 and start of Term 2
Students depart – Friday 12 April 2019
Students return – Monday 29 April 2019
Submit bookings to travel@as.edu.au by Friday 15 March

*Routes serviced by NSWTrainlink on the above dates

Sydney via Upper and Lower Hunter, Tamworth - Coach or Rail
Tenterfield via Glen Innes - Coach
Bourke via Walgett, Narrabri and Gunnedah - Coach
Lightning Ridge via Moree and Inverell - Coach
Dubbo (change for Nyngan/Baradine) via Coonabarabran and Mullaley - Coach
Port Macquarie via Coffs Harbour - Mini Coach and trailer

Please direct all enquiries regarding these services to Mrs Meg Sadler at travel@as.edu.au

*Reminder: School Drive Subsidy applications should be submitted now if not already. Eligibility criteria and application forms can be found via the link below.



Daily Absence
If your child is to be absent from school for any reason, including arriving late or leaving early, please advise the appropriate Administration Assistant (see below), explaining the reason for absence by phone, email, or written note before 10.00am that day. In addition a written note confirming the circumstances of the absence is required within seven (7) days. Sickness in excess of four school days requires a doctor's certificate detailing the nature of sickness and duration of sickness.
Junior School: Phone 6776 5817 or email junior@as.edu.au
Middle School: Phone 6776 5819 or email middle@as.edu.au
Senior School: Phone 6776 5800 or email absentees@as.edu.au
More information about absentees and extended leave can be found using the link provided.

Fare moratorium ends on 1 April

From Monday 1 April students who catch in-town buses including Uralla 1 and Uralla 2 must present a bus pass or a fare of $1 will be required for the Armidale area or $3 for Uralla.
Parents have had the past eight weeks to apply for a bus pass.

If you have not yet applied and will require a bus pass for your child or yourself (if over 16) in the future, please go to this site and follow the prompts.

Enquiries can be directed to
James Cross
Depot Manager
Edwards Coaches
(02) 6772 3116 or 0427 003 844

School Student Senior Concession Cards

This card entitles school students over the age of 16 to a child’s fare on public transport. The current yellow cards expire on 31 March so if students in Years 11 and 12 are planning on using public transport in the Easter vacation it is advised that they apply for renewal via an email to travel@as.edu.au

Issue date to Year 10 students is based on their date of birth. If unsure of entitlement or conditions of use please contact Mrs Meg Sadler via msadler@as.edu.au or call into her office up the Tyrrell House stairs.

Mrs Meg Sadler

Foundation Raffle

Tickets are available from Reception
$2 each or 3 for $5
All proceeds go towards the Drought Relief Bursary.

03. Calendar of Events

Week 9
Wednesday 27 MarchHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Scone)
Headmaster’s Country Tour – Scone Function  Find out more...
Athletics Championships
Thursday 28 MarchHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Tamworth)
Headmaster’s Country Tour – Tamworth Function  Find out more...
Oliver! (7pm)
Friday 29 MarchOliver! Matinee (1pm) Evening Performance (7pm)  BOOK TICKETS HERE
Saturday 30 MarchAthletics Championships
Oliver! Evening Performance Only (7pm)  BOOK TICKETS HERE
Sunday 31 MarchRowing Dinner ( Year 12 Study Centre) 7pm
Week 10
Monday 1 AprilHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Moree)
Headmaster’s Country Tour – Moree Function  Find out more...
Life Education Van
Tuesday 2 AprilHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Narrabri)
Headmaster’s Country Tour – Narrabri Function  Find out more...
Wednesday 3 AprilHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Gunnedah)
Headmaster’s Country Tour – Gunnedah Function  Find out more...
Thursday 4 AprilHeadmaster’s Country Tour – (Gunnedah)
Musica Viva ( Armidale Town Hall)
Saturday 5 AprilRugby 7s vs The Scots School (Sydney)
Cricket Dinner (Wicklow Hotel) 6.30pm
Sunday 7 AprilA&EA Round Square Conference (13-15 year olds) – Woodleigh College, Victoria
Coffs Ocean Swim

Come and Celebrate at one of our 125th Anniversary Events

This year is the School’s 125th Anniversary and our approach to the celebration is less about being ostentatious and more about being understanding of the conditions our families are facing. Throughout the course of the year there are a number of planned events in Armidale that we encourage all our families to attend, to start the celebrations off however, we are heading to the regions and our boarding families there.

We would love to see all our boarding families, alumni and friends of TAS at any of the events listed below that coincide with our annual Headmaster’s Country Tour program. Join us for a celebration drink and catch up.

Please rsvp HERE or contact Mrs Emily Griffiths on 6776 5823 or egriffit@as.edu.au.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


Cressida Mort
Director of Development


04. From the P&F


P&F Stalls at Athletics Carnival this week

By the time you read this the Wednesday Middle and Senior School Athletics will be almost over but the P&F will still be hosting the Junior School Cake Stall on Friday 29 March and Middle and Senior School BBQ Breakfast on the morning of Saturday 30 March.



If you have are coming to the Junior School Athletics on Friday and could support the P&F Cake Stall by baking or buying some yummy food and helping on the stall it would be appreciated.

Any baking will be gratefully received and can be dropped off to the P&F tent behind the gym on Wakefield prior to the start of the athletic carnival. Remember this cake stall is mainly for the kids to buy things to munch on (so don’t forget some pocket money) and a little bit for the adults.

Suggested baked/food items include cupcakes, biscuits, cake and slices (cut into single serve portions), jelly cups, savory goodies, gluten-free and dairy-free items (with labelling and a list of ingredients).  However, please remember all items should be nut free.  If you bring in a container that you would like returned, please clearly mark it with your name and collect it after the carnival. Any left over containers will be sent to Junior School Reception for collection.

JUNIOR SCHOOL (Friday 29 March)
8am – 9am Set upAnyone who wishes to help
9am – 10amYear 5
10am – 11amKindergarten
11am – 12pmYear 1
12pm – 1pmYear 2
1pm – 2pmYear 3
2pm onwards and pack upYear 4



To feed hungry tummies the P&F will be hosting a breakfast Bacon & Egg Roll BBQ on Saturday 30 March  (the cake stall will not be operating on Saturday).  The BBQ will be behind the gym on Wakefield from 8.30am – 12 noon.  B&E rolls will be $5 and soft drinks and water will be available so that you don’t starve during the morning.  We will also have a coffee van to make sure you get your morning caffeine fix!

If you’d like to help please contact Rachael Nicoll on pandf@as.edu.au



The TAS Rugby Carnival is coming up at the start of the April holidays on Friday afternoon 12 April (set up) and all day Saturday 13 and Sunday 14. This is the biggest event of the year for TAS and the P&F and showcases TAS far and wide – we have well over 1000 kids, coaches and managers to feed each day – plus their families … phew!!!

We need your help to make the weekend fabulous… you don’t have to have a child playing or be interested in rugby… but if we could have a few hours of your time it would be wonderful… If you can help or bake or both for this event it would be much appreciated.  The Rugby Carnival does clash with Tour de Rocks this year so we would love if you can help.

We need heaps of people to BBQ, sell food, make lunches and generally help and we need heaps of food to feed everyone! Community Service Volunteers, Parents, Old Armidalians, Friends of TAS or any other helpers can sign up using the following link http://signup.com/go/UosTCih

To feed the hordes we are seeking good country home baked goods to showcase Armidale and all our surrounding areas to people from as far away as Perth, Sydney and the Sunshine Coast.  Baking needs to be able to be packaged in single serves.

We need sweet stuff for kids, healthier options for parents, savoury goodies, gluten-free and dairy-free items (with labelling and a list of ingredients). However, please remember all items should be nut free or very well labelled if they do contain nuts.If you are a boarder family or cannot help on the weekend an option is to drop some baking off to Main Reception on Thursday 11 April when school breaks up. 

All donations will be gratefully received. Planning Meetings are on Wednesdays so if you would like to be a part of the core team please email pandf@as.edu.au so we can invite you to our meetings.

05. From the Director of Studies


Year 12 Parent Teacher Interviews

Year 12 Parent Teacher Interviews will be held at the end of term – Wednesday 10 April (3.30pm – 6pm) and Thursday 11 April (2pm – 5.30pm).

Two Parent Information presentations will also be held on Wednesday 10 April beginning at 6.15pm and Thursday 11 April beginning at 11.45am. Please indicate which parent session you will be attending by contacting Vickey O’Brien – vobrien@as.edu.au
Information regarding parent teacher interviews with the link and personal webcode will be sent to parents next week.


Library Extended Day and Academic Support

A reminder that the Library continues to be open before and after school for students in Years 6 – 12 who want a safe and quiet space to complete homework and revise their days classes. The Library is supervised and the staff on duty are available for general guidance with homework and assessments.

Specialist tutoring is also available in the evenings from Monday – Thursday from 7pm – 9pm – see table below. Day students accessing specific tutoring sessions will be charged $15 per afternoon. Tutors will keep rolls and the charges associated with these sessions will be added to TAS accounts each month. It is best, though not compulsory, for us to know if you want your child booked into these tutoring sessions.  Families can do this by contacting Vickey O’Brien (vobrien@as.edu.au or 6776 5806) for more details.  Boarders attending these sessions must sign out of the house in the normal manner and return by the required time. There is no additional cost for boarders as out of hours’ support is already part of the Schedule of Fees for 2019. Day students are able to access dinner in the Dining Hall from 5:30pm and will do so by swiping their Student Card at the door. The cost associated with dinner (approx. $6 per meal) will be added to their TAS account.

Mrs Seonia Wark
Director of Studies

Year 6-84pm-5pm


4pm – 5pm



(General assistance)


(General assistance)

Year 9-127pm-9pm

Maths (All levels)


Maths (All levels)


Visit from Greg Eddy, Head of Kings College, UQ - postponed

Unfortunately, Greg will not be able to come to the school this Friday and has asked if he could postpone his visit for another time. Whilst this would have been a great opportunity to hear about the move to co-ed residential life at Kings College, I am sure there will be plenty of information about the change coming our way in the near future. 


ANZ Bank Traineeship – Armidale

ANZ have a full time traineeship role available with ANZ Bank – Armidale.

Please note, this is an open role, and not Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander specific.

Role Essentials:

  • Someone wanting to pursue a career in the Banking and Finance Industry
  • Successful completion of studies to year 12 level or relevant work experience
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Willing to undergo police check

Applications close: Friday, 4 April 2019 

Job ad attached, and can be found on our website and seek.

AFLSR: https://aflsportsready.com.au/jobs-board/24713/

Seek: https://www.seek.com.au/job/38640116?_ga=2.180298791.2022944857.1553145909-016609ff3645001db46994d2bbcd03072003c06a0086e

Toni Meyer-Gleaves
ANZ Bank

Education USA

Education USA is holding seminars over the holidays about studying at an American university.

Session 1:

15 April  2:00pm – 4:00pm

U.S. Consulate General Sydney

Booking essential: https://edusaapr15.eventbrite.com.au

Session 2:

17 April  2:00pm – 4:00pm

U.S. Consulate General Sydney

Booking essential: https://edusaapr17.eventbrite.com.au

The sessions are identical so those interested only need to attend one.

For more information, contact:

Sarah Zamanzadeh
EducationUSA Coordinator
U.S. Consulate General Sydney
Tel: (61-2) 9373-9229
Email: zamanzadehsa@state.gov

Further information on studying in the U.S.

UTS Newsletter – March

Once again the monthly newsletter comes out with lots of relevant information for those students interested in studying at UTS.

UTS students named “most employable” 

Co-op scholarships open.



Mr Mark Taylor
Careers Advisor

06. Leadership, Service and Adventure


The Kokoda Trail or known to the diggers as the Kokoda Track, is more than a just bushwalk, it’s a trekking adventure you’ll never forget! The 96 kilometre (as the crow flies) Kokoda Track still bears its battle scars in the shape of scattered ammunition, guns, helmets and stirring campfire stories. Trekking the original Kokoda War Track is an honour that allows one to not only step well outside of their comfort zone, but to also appreciate the unimaginable extremes in which our soldiers pushed themselves to during World War Two. There are steep rugged mountains, treacherous ridges, jungle terrain, unforgiving rivers and rainforests with giant trees that will tower over you and look down, mocking you, at every opportunity. Walk the Kokoda Track in 2019 on a PNG Adventure that embraces the local culture, and experience nature at it’s wildest!

If you are interested in this unique adventure, please contact Jim Pennington (jpenning@as.edu.au) for more information.

Mr James Pennington

07. From the Director of Co-curricular


AAGPS Head of the River - Achieve your Goals, Chase your Dreams

Last Saturday TAS crews competed in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Fours at the AAGPS Head of the River. This regatta is arguably the pinnacle of schoolboy rowing in NSW and a wonderful test for our relatively inexperienced crews. Racing on the Olympic course, before a crowd of over ten thousand people, is a special experience. The fact that all nine GPS crews were represented in the Second and Third IVs adds to the competition and the attraction of the event.

Against tough competition our First IV placed seventh and both the Second and Third IVs placed sixth. Each of the crews posted personal best times and achieved the goals that they set themselves early in the season.

Beyond their goals were their dreams. All were determined to be on the podium at the end of the race. The fact that they fell short of their dream can be deflating, however, I was reminded yesterday of the wisdom of Rudyard Kipling:

If you can dream—and not make dreams your master;
If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same…

It is noble to aspire to be the best, however, what is more important is to be YOUR best. The placings will be forgotten but the experiences and the lessons learned will live on forever.


The TAS crews who rowed at the AAGPS Head of the River on Saturday


Middle & Senior School Athletics Championships 2019 Finale

Please find below the Program for this Saturday 30 March. All students are expected to attend. All events are held on Wakefield and will culminate in House Relays and the final presentation at 12:30pm.

Events will be rescheduled in the case of continuous rain leading into the carnival or extreme conditions on the day. Students will be emailed by 7:30am Saturday if there are any changes in plan.

08. From the Coordinator of Creative Arts



The 2019 TAS Production Oliver! opened last week and the response from our audience has been incredible. The students burst onto the stage with such energy and passion and those fortunate enough to see the show were left speechless by the charisma of the performers, the quality of their voices, the stunning choreography and the striking design. To the actors, the musicians, the stage crew, the technical operators and the Production Team I give a hearty congratulations – you have all joined together to create something that will be fondly remembered for many, many years.

But after these glowing reviews if you were thinking of coming to see the show you may be too late by the time you read this! We’ve been rapidly selling the few remaining seats as people clamour to get to the show (sometimes for their third, fourth or fifth time!). This is officially the largest production TAS has staged in the Hoskins Centre and I am overwhelmed by the amazing support of the community for this production. And if that wasn’t exciting enough already as we celebrate 10 years of the Hoskins Centre we announced on Monday that Mr Michael Hoskins will be in attendance to watch the show for Saturday’s closing night. We are having complementary canapés and drinks from 5:45pm with some speeches at 6:15pm and all members of the community are invited to come and celebrate this important milestone for our wonderful Performing Arts space with the man who helped make it happen.

After Oliver! takes its final bows the Hoskins Centre will hurriedly be transformed to make space for the Get the Beat Dance Competition next weekend, which is immediately followed by Fiori Musicali’s Messiah on Sunday April 7 at 7pm. For tickets jump on the Fiori Musicali Facebook page or buy your tickets at the door. And on Wednesday in Week 11 there is a touring theatre performance I Am My Own Wife, which won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Tickets are also available online and it promises to be a powerful night of theatre for our Senior students, friends, family and members of the public.


Mr Andrew O’Connell
Creative Arts Coordinator

Last chance for Oliver tickets!

09. From the Head of Middle School


We’re getting there

Well, this one’s nearly ‘done’. I’m pleased that the longest term of the year is the first. I think the Christmas break has been long enough to sustain us all. To be honest, students are tired, but they have, as indicated, acquitted themselves well, having achieved much that is good both individually and collectively. If you’ve missed Oliver, then sadly you’ve missed something very special in this, our 125th year of operation. So many boys and so many girls combining talents in such a way that it’s as though we’ve been ‘the one for all’ for one century, plus a quarter of another. The term has been very ‘full’ in almost every way – we are so lucky that we’re unscathed. And, in a sense, it is luck – I recall Jacinda Ardern’s comments on the mosque atrocities. We watched one of her many recent TV appearances in Assembly this week and this was followed by two minutes’ silence. One of the most touching things that has happened over the last week occurred in our last Leaders’ Meeting: the Year 8s are organising, making and disseminating two cards, signed by all Middle School students, and then posting these to the Mosques in New Zealand.


Athletics Carnival…amongst other things

In more ways than one, your children will have the ‘finish line’ in their sights now and I know they’ll be able to muster the energy necessary to cross it and then come home to you. They can always muster this kind of energy. At this week’s Town Meeting, being our Middle School Assembly, I congratulated them for nearly having completed the year’s longest term. As a general rule, its successors will be about a week shorter. Most students have acquitted themselves very well and all have at least tried to do this. Yes, we’ve kept them busy, making sure that they’ve been gainfully employed both inside and out of the classroom, but they’re the ones who’ve made the term ‘work for them’ and I’m pleased about this. You’ve reason to be pleased with them and their efforts and I want you to tell them as much when they are with you for the two week holiday. Or, you can tell them on Wednesday or Saturday, this week. I know I’ve referenced the Annual Athletics Carnival reasonably regularly of late, but I want to give it one more ‘plug’. If you are around or can travel – just arrive and we’ll happily welcome you. Watch your sons and daughters simply enjoying themselves, achieving PBs, encouraging their peers or celebrating the tail end of the term.



On the whole, with only  a week and a bit to go, as staff we’ve enjoyed ourselves and, especially, the interactions we’ve had with Middle School students. Yes, there have been the odd challenging moments of course, but this is so normal for the 11 – 14 age group. Sometimes I am a bit disheartened that I have to remind people of this early adolescent fact of life: things will not always ‘go to plan’, so welcome to the world of occasional awkwardness, very regular educational social and co-curricular opportunity and constant activity. These young people are always ‘moving’ and we should be grateful for such movement. So, overall, ‘things’ Middle School–related have been relatively smooth and I’m grateful we’re in this position as it augurs well for the next week and a half and the Second Term. It’ll be different in relation to activity, though no less busy than the last nine weeks.

It can be really cold during the winter terms, so be certain to make sure that everyone returns after the break with clothing necessary to manage the next two terms. When you’re wearing the right gear in this city, the winters are bracing: when you’re wearing what’s ‘wrong’, they’re miserable. Really miserable. I know the Uniform Shop has a list of items, both necessary and recommended, and suggest you look at it carefully.


Easter Chapel Service

It’s on the horizon, so check your calendars and be sure your children are ready for it – everything about it needs to be well-presented, including clothes and attitudes.


Mr Mark Harrison
Head of Middle School





10. From the Head of Junior School


Athletics Championships – Friday 29 March

I hope you have seen the date for our Athletics from various sources, including the request from the P&F for support for the canteen. This is one of the big days in our calendar and it is great to have as many parents there as possible, especially those who know the right end of a stop watch! We hope to see you there. For further program information, please visit the Junior School sport website.



Parent/Teacher Interviews – Monday and Tuesday 8 & 9 April

The Junior School Parent Teacher interviews for Kindergarten to Year 5 have a new date, avoiding a clash in the Memorial Hall with other year groups. These interviews are an ideal opportunity for you to speak with your child’s classroom teacher about their progress so far this year and set goals for the future. The information required for booking your interviews has been emailed to all K-5 families, so please follow the instructions to make your booking/s.


Congratulations to the following students for receiving School Spirit Awards at last week’s assembly:
Raseel Alazizi, Simon Hu, Assunta Nedianu, Evelyn Brownlie, Ethan Downes, William Cooper-Fillios, Pippi Goudge, Lucy Taylor, Jack Wood, Andrew Alkhouri, Joe Fenwicke, Archer Starr, Charlie Ward and Sinclair Little.


Happy Birthday

Best wishes for a happy birthday to William Cooper-Fillios, Arthur White and Peter Thompson.

Junior School Upcoming Events

Week 9
Wednesday 27 MarchYear 5 Assembly (Memorial Hall)
Thursday 28 MarchLife Education Van
Friday 29 MarchJunior School Athletics Championships
Week 10
Monday 1 AprilLife Education Van
Tuesday 2 AprilLife Education Van
Wednesday 3 AprilTransition Assembly – Memorial Hall
Saturday 6 AprilArmidale Football Association – Round 1 Competition
Week 11
Monday 8 AprilParent Teacher Interviews (timings tba)
Tuesday 9 AprilParent Teacher Interviews (timings tba)
Thursday 11 AprilClasses Conclude
Friday 12 AprilStaff Day – Student free day
Term 2
Week 1
Monday 29 AprilStaff Day – Student Free Day
Tuesday 30 AprilClasses Commence

IB Primary Years Programme

Unit of Inquiry 2

Many classes have commenced new units of inquiry, with some engaging provocations being included to ‘tune in’ to new central ideas and lines of inquiry. There is such a wonderful buzz in our corridors and classrooms as new wonderings begin.


Year GroupsTransdisciplinary ThemeCentral IdeaLines of Inquiry – An inquiry into:
Year 1How the world worksMaterials have a range of properties that determine their useChanges occur when materials are combined

How the properties of materials determine their use


What natural materials used for manufacturing

Year 2How the world worksChanges in the sky and land impact our environmentSeasonal changes in our daily lives affect living things


Causes of short-term weather events and long-term seasonal patterns


Observable changes that occur in the sky and on the land

Year 3Who we areNeighbouring countries are similar and differentNatural and built features of our country


Our connection to neighbouring countries


People’s perception of places are the basis for actions to protect places and environments


Year 4Where we are in place and timeExploration leads to discovery and develops new understandingsThere are many reasons for exploration

Feelings and attitudes associated with exploration

Every exploration has consequences

Year 5How we express ourselvesThe media influences the way we think and how we view the worldThe purpose of media


Different forms of media


How media affects our thinking




*Please note with the changes to the PYP our Early Years classes-Transition and Kindergarten are now only required to complete four Units Of Inquiry per year and these are term long.


Mrs Veronica Waters
PYP Coordinator


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