2020 Term 4 Week 4   |   04.11.2020

TAS Talks Term 4 Week 4

01. From the Head of School


Summer Sport underway

Summer sport is in full swing and it is wonderful to see the enthusiasm and engagement of our students. Last Friday shooters took part in an inter-school meet hosted by the Tamworth Clay Target Club and over the weekend our cricketers got their season off to a good start while a large team of mountain bikers competed in a three-hour event at Sport UNE. This Friday night our attention turns to Malpas Dam with the official launch of the rowing season. While our rowers have been in the gym and on the water for a few weeks now, the ‘soft’ launch is a good opportunity to focus on what will hopefully be a full season ahead. It will also be significant as the last season launch for our departing rowing MIC Will Caldwell who resurrected the sport at TAS 10 years ago and during that time has overseen the sport grow and flourish.


HSC wraps up

The end of school is nigh for our Year 12 2020 cohort, with the final HSC exams to be held on Wednesday of next week. After what has been a most challenging year for our students, the final putting down of pens and packing up of rooms marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in their lives. Year 12 parents this week received a link to the ‘virtual’ Visual Arts showcase of HSC Bodies of Work, which again reflects their creativity and innovation. We continue to offer good luck to those who still have exams to complete and wish all Year 12 well as they begin to make their way out in the world.


NSW Country Rugby selection

Congratulations to Edward Bell, the 2020 vice captain of rugby, who was selected for the NSW Country under 18s rugby squad at Maitland on Sunday. This is a fitting acknowledgement for Edward and a wonderful opportunity. Our best wishes go to him for the team’s match against City under 18s this weekend, which will also be used as a selection for the NSW under 18s team.


The week ahead

As the HSC draws to a close, we move into the exam period for Years 6-10. Exams at TAS for these year groups are as much about helping students develop the good study and exam techniques they will need in their senior years, as it is about assessing what they have learnt during 2020. From the classroom, all our students will then be involved in Bivouac at the end of next week which is excellent preparation for Activities Week in the last full week of term.


Alan Jones
Head of School

02. Calendar of Events

Week 4HSC Exams  ( 20/10 – 11/11/20)
Thursday 5 NovemberYears 6-8 Exams
Friday 6 NovemberYears 6-8 Exams
Week 5
Monday 9 NovemberYear 9 & 10 Exams
Thursday 12 NovemberBivouac
Friday 13 NovemberBivouac
Week 7
Monday 23 NovemberActivities Week


School Photos

School Group Photos have arrived and ready for collection from:
Junior School - Ms Sandra Laskar
Middle School - Ms Robyn Frost
Senior School - Ms Veronica Lucas

The Armidalian 2019

In the interests of reducing our environmental footprint and in consideration of those who may prefer to only have a digital version, we are offering families the choice of receiving 'The Armidalian' online, or one print copy per family (to those families who had a child at TAS in 2019).

You have been sent a survey that we ask you to submit your response no later than Friday 20 November. If we do not hear from you, we will presume you are happy to receive 'The Armidalian' in digital format only. Those who request a printed copy will have it posted to them.

Tim Hughes

03. From the P&F


Christmas Pudding - Get in quick!

We’ve already sold two-thirds of our fabulous Christmas Puddings so if you wish to get one please get in quick!!  They are selling really fast….

The puddings are only being sold online this year. They are still $25 each and can only be ordered and paid for on TryBooking https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=655022&.

They will also only be available for collection (after ordering) from Reception between Thursday 26 November and Thursday 3 December.  Any puddings ordered but not collected or not sold by end of day on Thursday 3 December will be donated.

If for some reason you are unable to collect your pudding during the dates given above (especially parents of Year 12 students) please contact the P&F and I’m sure we can sort out a way to get your pudding to you so that you can enjoy it during the Christmas season.


Dried Fruit available

We have a couple of kilos of dried fruit left over from the pudding bake.  We are selling this at cut-price – cheaper than you can get in the shops.  Sourced by Monk’s in Armidale it’s beautiful for your Christmas baking so if you would like any please contact the P&F at pandf@as.edu.au


White House microwave up and running

At our funding meeting earlier this year we donated a new convection microwave to White House to enable a wider range of snacks and afternoon teas to be made for the Middle School boarders.  Mrs Jones is pleased to report that this is up and operational and being enjoyed by the boys.


Mrs Rachael Nicoll
P&F President


04. From the Director of Studies


Year 6-10 Exams

Students in Years 6, 7 and 8 and will be completing their exams on 5 and 6 November. Years 9 and 10 students will be completing their exams Monday 9 – Wednesday 11 November. Students have been emailed a copy of the timetable. Please ensure you have read this timetable. Students should be referring to the exam notification to guide their study and revision. Please direct any questions regarding the upcoming exams to your child’s class teacher or advisor. We wish all students well for both the exams and their individual preparation for these.


Mr Luke Polson
Director of Studies


ICAS Science

Several students elected to participate in the ICAS Science Assessment this year and the results are now at hand.

Of particular note are the results from the following students:

Distinction (Top 11% of participants)

Zana Ross (Year 4)
Peter Thompson (Year 5)
Holly Dauparas (Year 8)
Louis Ross (Year 9)
Tom Sheedy (Year 9)
Max Guppy (Year 10)

Congratulations to these students.


Mr Alasdair Hey
Head of Science

05. Leadership, Service and Adventure

Activities – Bivouac 12-13 November 2020

Due to the national nature of Australian Army Cadets (AAC), all AAC activities remain suspended due to COVID-19 situation in Victoria and other parts of Australia. Accordingly, the 2020 TAS Bivouac Activities Day 5 will be conducted as a TAS-sanctioned activity. Bivouac will be conducted on Thursday & Friday 12-13 November, Week 5. All cadets have attended an activities briefing on Tuesday 3 November and will have been informed about the required equipment. A more detailed set of instructions will be included in TAS Talks next week with information related to Annual Camp.

Students on TAS Bivouac are required to meet at the front of School at 8.40am for a roll call parade, and will be dismissed the following day by 3.30pm.

A list of the minimum required equipment is below.

  • Back Pack (issued)
  • Compass*
  • Hootchie (issued)
  • Spray jacket* / raincoat*
  • 3m hootchie cord/rope*
  • Kidney Cup*
  • Pegs x 4*
  • Ground sheet (issued)
  • Toilet bag (soap, toothbrush + paste)
  • Water bottles x 2 (issued)
  • Sleeping bag* & Mat*
  • Towel (small)
  • Thermal undershirt*
  • Notepad (in plastic bag)*
  • Jumper
  • Torch + spare batteries*
  • Wet gear, swimmers, shirt & shorts. (B & C Coy only)
  • Plastic bag for wet gear
  • Water shoes(B & C Coy only)
  • Sun screen & insect repellent (tube or roll-on only)
  • Change of dry clothes, underwear & socks
  • Cotton, long-sleeve collared shirt (any colour)


*Available for purchase from TAS Clothing Shop


Mr Angus Murray
Commanding Officer

Bivouac Information – Year 7 Rangers

Year 7 will be heading out to Jeogla Station for their next Activities day (12 and 13 November). We will be meeting at the front of Middle School at 8.45 am on Thursday and will return by 3.30 pm on Friday, in time for normal dismissal.

Students will require 2 x bags:

  • overnight bag – that is for at camp (ie sleepwear, sleeping bag, cutlery, torch etc)
  • daypack (backpack) which should be able to take to each activity (i.e. water bottles, snacks, notebook, pen, water activity clothing, sunscreen etc).

Students are asked to pack the following:

  • Sleeping bag (and small/inflatable pillow if they wish)
  • A set of clothes that can get wet (including a pair of shoes) – shirts must have sleeves to be sun-safe, and shorts to the knees.
  • A small towel
  • A plastic bag for wet items
  • Casual (to wear on Thursday evening – pants are to be long to avoid insect bites, no shorts allowed)
  • Jumper / hoodie to put over if cold (students can sleep in casual clothes)
  • Camp cup / mug
  • Torch (preferably a head torch)
  • Notebook and pen or pencil
  • Raincoat (if you think is necessary – check weather)
  • Roll on insect repellent (no aerosol)
  • Sunscreen
  • 2 full water bottles
  • Plastic bag for any rubbish
  • Any necessary toiletries (strictly no aerosol)
  • Any snacks you may wish to pack (all meals will be provided for) – No Nuts.

Students are expected to wear their usual Rangers uniform (jeans, green shirt, green hat, belt and joggers or walking boots) and will travel in them on a Thursday.

All students will get this information in activities briefing.


Mr Stephen Thompson
OIC Rangers


Surf Lifesaving Bivouac

12-13 November


Depart Thursday 12 November

  • 6:30 am Brown Street. Pack trailer and bus at 6:15 am.
  • Boarders early breakfast at 6.00 am.

Return Friday 13 November

  • Depart Sawtell Beach 1.00 pm
  • Arrive Brown Street at 3.30 pm (approx.) 


Sawtell Surf Lifesaving Club (Boys)

Sawtell Caravan Park (Girls)


Mr J Pennington 0419 250 984

Mrs G Chick





Arrive Sawtell approximately 9:00am.

Unpack bus.

  • 9.30 am – 12.00 pm    Beach Session 1
  • 12.00 noon                  Lunch- Club
  • 1.00 pm- 4.30 pm       Beach Session 2
  • 5:30pm                          Girl Fit
  • 7.00 pm                         Dinner
  • 8.00 pm – 9.00 pm      Theory Session
  • 9.30 pm                       Bed


  • 5:45am                        Beach Session 3
  • 7.30 am                       Breakfast-Club
  • 9.00 am -12.30pm       Beach Session 4
  • 12.30pm                      Lunch- Club
  • 1.30 pm                       Depart Sawtell


TAS Bivouac 2020 Program


Mr Jim Pennington

Youth Homeless Sleepout

On Friday 23 October, 86 students and six staff experienced what 47,000 Australians under 25 do every night, homelessness. Not to be confused with staying in a hostel or couch surfing, but homeless, sleeping on the street, in a park, under a bridge, or wherever one can find some safety and shelter. With either blankets or a sleeping bag and a strip of cardboard (as a mattress) students endeavoured to find a space that was somewhat comfortable in the Lawrence Quadrangle. To take just one night out and try to imagine how every night is for so many their age.

There was an impressive roll-up, with students from Years 6 to 11 willing to be uncomfortable for the night, aiming to raise $2000 for homelessness in Armidale. As an added bonus, we then went for another $1000 to support the Wayside Chapel and their Youth Homelessness Program. In line with this, the Wayside Chapel were holding their ‘Long Walk Home’, to acknowledge that a homeless person walks on average 28km every week in order to find safety and shelter. In an attempt to comprehend this, the students moved twice during the evening, making it again, that little bit harder.

From 7-11pm students were in the Quadrangle, then from 11-2am around the McConville Centre and then from 2-6:30am the Sports Centre (due to the rain). I was so impressed with every student, displaying their willingness to be uncomfortable for a greater cause. My thanks to them and to all the magnificent staff who gave their time overnight in support of such a wonderful cause.


Mr James Pennington


06. From the Director of Co-curricular


Inter-House competition

The new House leaders are eager to develop house spirit as they prepare for the Cash Cup on Tuesday 1 December. This will set the tone for some healthy competition over the next year.

The Cash Cup format has been refined to allow for COVID restrictions but is sure to be as inclusive and entertaining as ever. The largely digital platform will allow parents to share the fun – more details to follow. Houses will meet during advisor time each Tuesday but the bulk of activity will occur on the day.



Congratulations to our inaugural volleyball team who competed in the NCIS carnival last Wednesday. They surprised themselves with how competitive they were and enjoyed the experience and the opportunity to develop their skills. I join them in thanking Mr Stephen Thompson for his initiative and enthusiasm in making this possible.


Mr Will Caldwell
Director of Co-curricular



Boarders' Music Practice

Times for Boarders to access the Music Centre this term have been adjusted to suit dinner and House roll call times. Please see the attached document for times the Music Centre will be supervised for boarders able to attend.

Mountain Biking

On Sunday the TAS Mountain Bike Team attended their first race for the season. We had 46 students compete in the three-hour event at SportUNE. Riders had to complete as many laps of a tough, technical, yet fun 7km track in a relay style. It was a great day for all involved with some excellent results. In the pairs race team captains, Archi Lawrence and Archie Chick led the way, followed closely by the fast teams of Thomas Dundon and Abbott White, Louis Ross and Emily Buntine, Angus Goudge and Charles Hunter, Alistair Newton and Sam Hynes, Bethan Palfreyman and Matilda Cullen. Toby Inglis was a stand-out riding solo and finishing second in the under 15 men’s division. Our Junior teams of three showed great promise, with some riders finishing laps in similar times to their older teammates. A highlight of the day was the courage of the students new to mountain biking this season. After only a couple of weeks of training, they tackled a challenging event and came out a lot stronger for it!

In other news, congratulations to sisters Bethan and Emily Palfreyman who took out the 2020 U15 and U17 women’s New England Mountain Bikers’ Club championships. They were presented with their awards before Sundays’s race in front of their teammates. Congratulations!


Mrs Jo Benham
MIC Mountain Biking

Bethan and Emily Palfreyman

07. From the Creative Arts Coordinator


The Creative Arts is a bustling department at the moment with classes and co-curricular activities keeping all the staff on your toes. I draw your attention to the reports by Mr Andrew Wheatley about our Middle School Theatre Sports team and their recent competition, and a report from Dr Inga Brasche on classroom activities in Stage 5 Music. But there’s plenty more for me to share below as well!

This year our Year 12 Visual Arts class were not able to showcase their Bodies of Work because of COVID restrictions. However, a stunning digital showcase of the 2020 HSC Bodies of Work known as EXHIBIT A has been put together and it looks amazing! Have a look at the incredible Exhibition Catalogue and the Video Documentary that complements it, where both document the works in detail and share the artists’ ideas, practices, challenges and discoveries. Sincere thanks must be offered to their fabulous teacher Ms Fiona Xeros and the tireless duo Mrs Donna Jackson and Mr Tim Hughes, whose countless hours of hard work have created such beautiful documentation of the 2020 HSC Visual Arts class.




I was lucky enough to step in and observe our Year 6 Music class in action as they prepared for a performance at assembly next week and I was blown away by the skills of the group. The classes have formed string ensembles and taken on the challenge of learning new instruments, catching up on some much missed practical work after the year’s disruptions. I wish them the very best for next week and give my hearty congratulations to Dr Brasche and Mr Grenyer for creating such amazing work and hopefully inspiring our young musicians to explore this new pursuit.


Each week we’re investing hours and hours into the Junior School film Aladdin Jr, with leads constantly on their toes take after take and our Year 3, 4 and 5 students adding their enthusiasm and positive energy. Ms Fletcher has been dedicating so many hours in the recording studio to lay out the tracks and Mr Cornford and Jessie Kininmonth have been crucial to the recording and editing. The hardest challenge has been not releasing any footage early but from what we’ve already completed I think it is going to be a particularly special year for Junior School.


And all that doesn’t give me time to mention the other amazing things happening in Drama, Music and Visual Arts – so I’ll have to talk of many things like juggling balls and memory boxes and glockenspiels in next week’s TAS Talks!


Mr Andrew O’Connell
Creative Arts Coordinator

Year 9/10 Revolution and Innovation in Music

Throughout Semester 2, this class of exceptional musicians have been learning about the social context of music and interrogating how music has evolved, engaging with issues of race, class, gender and culture. For their practical assessment tasks, students had to perform and describe a piece which was influenced by one of these factors. Aiden Swick performed Csardas by Vittorio Monti and was accompanied by Will Mackson. Aiden chose this piece as it represented music and class and the gypsy influence of music to the composer and the style of the piece. Will Mackson then performed Russian Rag by Elena Kats Chernin and spoke eloquently about the current status of women in the classical music world.


Dr Inga Brasche




Theatresports, like most things, looks incredibly easy but is actually an incredibly complex process of group improvisation.  Teams work through a series of one, two and three minute games like Death-In-A-Minute, Emotional Replay and Genre Rollercoaster and are given marks on technique, entertainment and narrative.  Needless to say, incorporating these elements with four people on stage all trying to pull a performance in different directions with absolutely no preparation time can (and often does) result in (hilarious) chaos on stage.

As a result, it is with great delight that I report that the Junior TheatreSports Team (fondly called the First V) made it through their heat last week and are into the finals.  This has come about with limited knowledge, virtually no training and sheer grit, determination and warped senses of humour.
TheatreSports has often been a metropolitan-based thing, and it is amazing that COVID-19 restrictions have actually worked to our advantage this year, although performing via Zoom instead of in front of a live audience does have its disadvantages.  Nevertheless, now there is talk of Regional Heats next year and the TAS Creative Arts department is hoping that the region will see a resurrection of improvised hilarity in the future.


Mr Andrew Wheatley

08. From the Head of Middle School


School won’t stop this week – we’ll move to another gear

By the time this arrives in your mailbox the formal examination period will have started and finished and assessment marks that help us to determine semester grades will begin to come in so that the report writing period can commence in earnest. However, all students and families need to know that academic work will not have finished by the end of this week.

Academic and co-curricular programs run in tandem for the rest of the term and it’s very important that all students participate fully in them. They culminate in the Middle School Final Assembly and the School Speech Day early in December. Needless to say, perhaps, your attendance at TAS to celebrate your child’s end of year activities would be, normally, welcomed – but as that isn’t possible, we’ll livestream activities for all families.

All Middle School students will be involved in Bivouac activities over the next weeks. These two days constitute excellent and, I believe, necessary preparation for Annual Camp activities later in the term. Our staff spend considerable time in their preparation of relevant activities for your children. To facilitate the process of the Annual Camp I ask you to refer to information being sent so that all boys and girls are able to go away with everything that they need in terms of clothing, toiletries and so on, that they need for their absence from School. Your support of us in these matters is vital to the success of 2020’s final term.


As you know, we’ve been busy, for well over two terms now, conducting a good number of actual or Zoom enrolment interviews for new students in 2021. As you know, we’ve even had new students begin at TAS this term. As such I’ve been thinking, especially lately, of the breadth of activity TAS offers to students and I genuinely believe your TAS investment is worth every cent. I’ve said, in response to questions generally concerning “Why TAS for my child?”, words to the effect of those that follow: This is a place where the person, a ‘concept’ if you must that includes the pupil, is given many opportunities to develop as an individual. It is only through willing involvement in a range of activities that students can find a comfortable ‘place’ in relation to others and the wider school. Of course, there will be times when they are challenged. But such personal challenge is necessary to the development of resilience, confidence and ease of interaction. Accordingly, the primary focus in the development of ‘self’ has to be on the willing nature of involvement earlier mentioned.

I think that now is an opportune time for me to have included the above in this edition of TAS Talks because we are heading towards a period of the year when students are experiencing the wider curriculum and our collective support of them in such undertakings is important to their development as individuals. It is only through involvement that students can realise that this environment is a mutually supportive one. Our staff ‘wear a few caps’ and their determination to support your children is part of their wider brief as TAS employees. I say employees advisedly because it isn’t just the teaching staff that are involved in co-curricular activities. In relation to the wider curriculum, I think one of our distinguishing characteristics is our easy capacity to get to know TAS students as people. As important, it is vital to the success of education that students have the opportunity to get to know us as people. Arguably, it is only through involvement in ‘whole school’ activities that this process is possible. As vital to the success of such education is your support of our efforts to assist all students in the School.

Until next week, then

Mr Mark Harrison

Head of Middle School


09. From the Head of Junior School


Aladdin Jnr – more artworks please

Ms Fletcher and Mr O’Connell are ploughing through the filming of our End of Term musical and from all reports, it is going very well. However, we still need backdrops that can be included in the movie. What a great chance to get some of your own artwork on the big screen (and I’m talking to the students here)?!

Mr O’Connell is still looking for backdrops for Aladdin Jr. They will appear throughout the film replacing our green screen.

Please remember  the following important points you need to know about your artwork:

• A4 is fine (but A3 would be better)
• Make sure they are in full colour
• They are just backgrounds (so no people or animals please)
• Do not fold them – please bring them in a cardboard tube or folder, we can’t have any creases
• You can use any materials – pencils, watercolours, paints, crayons, collage
• Have a look at the 1992 animated film for ideas, search pictures online, or use your imagination!

Some of the locations we need are:
• Streets of Agrabah
• Agrabah marketplace
• Aladdin’s home inside
• The Palace (outside)
• The Palace (inside)
• Jasmine’s bedroom
• Jafar’s secret hideout
• Desert/sand dunes
• Inside the Cave of Wonders (treasure room)


School Spirits

Congratulations to the following students for receiving School Spirit Awards last week:

Modi Alazizi, Xavier Nozad-Kahriz, Bridei Stewart, Ted Draney, Rory Secker, James Taylor, Janesh Wijewarna, Humjot Sandhu, Nancy Ma, Bonnie Blanch, Sahib Singh, Sophie Brett, Oliver Robb, Chelsea Miller, Chloe Dennison, Harry Brownlie and Ryne Wilkinson.


Week 4
Wednesday 4 NovemberYr 5 & K Assembly – Hoskins Centre 2.45 (staff & students only)  Live Streamed
Week 5
Wednesday 11 NovemberMusical Assembly (TBC) – Hoskins Centre 2.45 (staff & students only)
Week 6
Wednesday 18 NovemberDance Assembly (TBC) – Hoskins Centre 2.45 (staff & students only)
Week 7
Wednesday 25 NovemberFinal Assembly – Hoskins Centre 2.45 (details TBC)
Friday  27 NovemberYear 5 Dinner
Week 8
Tuesday 1 DecemberPool Party – Monckton Aquatic Centre 9.30am – 11.00am
Wednesday 2 DecemberJunior School Speech Day – Details to come


Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to Libby Ditchfield for her special day this week.


Mr Ian Lloyd
Head of Junior School


IB PYP Programme

“Children are growing up with the power of digital media and technology to explore, connect, create, and learn in new ways. With this power, young people have great opportunities, but they also face challenges and dilemmas.” (commonsense.org.education 2020)


What does it mean to be a principled and balanced user of information technology? 

This is a question that our Year 5 and Year 4 classes are exploring for the remainder of the term as part of our Personal Development lessons. The lessons are based on The Common Sense Media Programme, which is part of the Digital Citizenship Curriculum. The table below outlines the content that will be covered.


Overview of CurriculumLesson Focus Year 4Lesson Focus Year 5
Media Balance and well beingMy Media ChoicesFinding My Media Balance
Privacy and securityPrivate and Personal InformationYou Won’t Believe This!
Digital footprint and identityOur Online TracksBeyond Gender Stereotypes
Relationships and communicationKeeping Games Fun and FriendlyDigital Friendships
CyberbullyingBe a Super Digital CitizenIs It Cyberbullying?
News and media literacyA Creator’s Rights and ResponsibilitiesReading News Online


(Common Sense Media is a series of digital citizenship lessons, which are all about educating and helping students take ownership of their own digital lives.)

For parents looking for additional resources the e-safety commissioners website, https://www.esafety.gov.au/  has some great tips for parents to support with some of ‘The Big Issues’ and tips on creative ways to help children have a safe and enjoyable experience online.


Mrs Veronica Waters
PYP Coordinator


Minnie Chick- being a balanced and principled user of technology


Junior School Sport


Every week it is such a pleasure taking our group to Armidale City Gymnastics Club.  They always demonstrate impeccable manners to all they meet and listen attentively to instructions.

Gymnastics is such a wonderful skill for children, as they develop strength, co-ordination and flexibility, their confidence improves and most importantly it is fun. This week the children worked through a series of stations, this included trampoline, bars and movement skills on the mat, focussing on balance and body strength.

It is fabulous to see the positive attitude that the children display, even when they are having difficulty mastering a skill and working so co-operatively in their groups.  The children should be very proud of themselves.

Mrs Veronica Waters and Mrs Grania Fawcett


Indoor Hockey

On Friday at 4.00 in the TAS gym, TAS Navy played PLC. Despite Lachie almost scoring a goal and Humjot’s excellent defence, we never gave up and PLC played really well to win three goals to nil. We can’t wait until next week’s game to score lots of goals and have more Friday indoor hockey fun.

Cecilia Price, Year 3


TAS White

On Friday the Year 4 indoor hockey team were versing the PLC Puppies.  The game started off with an amazing tackle from Zana Ross and great defence from Edwina Newton but a goal from PLC Puppies, but not all hope was lost because in the second half Harriet Coupland scored a goal to make the scores even and then another, thanks to a great pass from Minnie Chick. Then Izzie Glover scored an amazing goal at the end of the game. The end score was 1 to the PLC Puppies and 3 to TAS.

Mrs Anna O’Connor


TAS Navy

The TAS Navy team faced quite the challenge on Friday as they faced PLC 2 players short! Luckily, they were assisted by some helpers from year 4. Humjot made some excellent saves in goal and CC showed her skills as she quickly moved the ball up the court. It is hard to believe that these two are new to hockey! Lucie and Lachie put in some powerful shots and seemed to have endless energy. PLC just won but it was a fun, well-matched game of hockey!

Harriet Coupland – Year 4

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