2022 Term 1 Week 4   |   23.02.2022

TAS Talks Term 1 Week 4

01. From the Principal


After settling into Term 1, the pace of school life has increased over the past week. The swimming carnival last week was a spirited and hotly contested event across Junior, Middle and Senior Schools. I was particularly impressed with the high levels of participation at all year levels and the passion shown by all students to be a part of the event.

While many Junior School students are at Lake Keepit for their annual camp, a large number of our Senior School students have also attended a four-day Cadets Leaders Course under some additionally challenging weather conditions. Yesterday also saw the recognition of academic achievers in a themed assembly.

All of these activities epitomise what TAS stands for, personal growth through challenge; every student spending time outside of their comfort zone, be that by swimming fifty metres as a recreational swimmer to represent their House, by testing their navigation and personal management skills in the rain through the cadet program, or by persevering at difficult classroom subjects to achieve all-round academic excellence.

Following announcements regarding COVID-19 restrictions in schools this week, I will send a separate letter confirming arrangements for the coming weeks shortly.

I would, however, like to take this opportunity to reinforce the requirement for any student displaying symptoms to stay home and take a test. If a student with symptoms is still negative with a RAHT, a PCR test should be taken due to its increased sensitivity.

To finish with some good news for parents of Middle and Senior School day students; from next Monday they will again be able to have lunch in the TAS Dining Hall.


Dr Rachel Horton

02. From the Deputy Principal



As we rapidly approach the halfway point of Term 1, it is timely to pause and reflect on how each of us is individually approaching the start of 2022. It is important to know whether we are achieving what we had set out to accomplish at the start of the year. 

When setting goals, we often default to an outcome before factoring in the effort needed in the process to achieve. For example, going from a ‘C’ to a ‘B’ in English, making the Firsts or getting a 95+ ATAR are all great outcome goals but they are not going to happen by sheer luck. This week, I encourage all to reflect on what they are hoping to achieve and consider the effort required along the way to get there. 

Twenty years ago last week, Steven Bradbury won gold at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics when all other competitors crashed out on the final corner. While ‘doing a Bradbury’ has become a saying commonly linked to luck, Bradbury’s outcome had very little to do with luck. Steven Bradbury was a professional skater for 12 years prior, trained for countless hours, represented Australia in the four Winter Olympic Games and beat the four-time world champion in the quarter-final before claiming gold in the Olympic final. As Bruce Lee once said “You have to create your own luck. You have to be aware of the opportunities around you and take advantage of them.”

In my short time at the School, I have quickly come to realise that TAS offers opportunity. Opportunity is a stepping stone to success but it is up to the recipient to make the most of the situation. Regardless of what is achieved, it is the effort that will not only be the determining factor in the outcome but also the characteristic required for success in any pursuit. 

If outcome goals were the basis of whether 2022 would be a success or not for you, look to place effort in the process to maximise the chances of success. For our students, the formula is relatively simple: maximise learning during class time, train hard during sports practice, revise and get ahead during prep time. If we can get the effort and balance right, there will ultimately be more ‘free time’ for socialising and play. The trick is, you have got to put the work in before you get the opportunity to experience success. 


Mr Ray Pearson
Deputy Principal

TAS Regional Tour

The TAS Regional Tour attended by senior staff will be kicking off in a few weeks, meeting families across regional NSW to discuss a TAS education for their children.

During these visits, TAS will be hosting drinks for current and past parents and alumni from 5.30-7.00 pm in the following towns, with families to be sent an email invitation with RSVP details this week:

  • Monday 7 March – Moree
  • Tuesday 8 March – Narrabri
  • Monday 14 March – Tamworth
  • Tuesday 15 March – Gunnedah
  • Thursday 24 March – Scone
  • Wednesday 30 March – Inverell

We look forward to seeing you in your home town soon.


Mrs Jo Neilson
Enrolments Registrar



Year 7 - Vaccinations

Year 7 Vaccinations are being held on 10 March. A hard copy of the consent form was sent home to parents in the post. These original forms MUST be returned to the Medical Centre ASAP. Emailed copies of the consent forms will not be accepted by the vaccination nurses.

Year 8 - Catch Up Gardasil Vaccinations

Year 8 students who missed their 2nd Gardasil vaccination last year (due to COVID) will also receive their catch up vaccination on the same day

Flu Vaccinations
Parents will have recently received an email about a flu vaccination clinic happening at School on Sunday 27 March.

If you wish for your child to participate in this clinic, please complete the permission slip prior to 28 February.

Details and a link to the permission form are below.
The TAS Medical Centre is offering flu vaccinations for students at the TAS Memorial Hall on Sunday 27 March, 2022 with the support of Dr Ricardo Alkhouri from the Uralla Medical Centre.

Bookings are essential and the cost is $25 and will be charged to your school account following the vaccination date.

If you would like your child to have a flu vaccination, please complete the following permission form by 28 February, 2022. Please note that no child will be vaccinated on the day without prior parental permission.

All families who complete a permission form will be contacted in early March to choose an appointment time on the 27 March that suits them.

N.B. Boarding parents – you only need to complete the permission form. You will not be contacted to schedule an appointment time as the TAS Medical Centre staff will manage boarder times with their Heads of House.
Yours sincerely,

Sr Jacki Fletcher &
TAS Medical Centre

Permission Form


Attendance is recorded each period of every school day. As a parent or caregiver, you are responsible for ensuring your child attends school every day, including sport and activities days unless your child:
• has an unavoidable medical or dental appointment (preferably these should be made after school or during holidays)
• is required to attend an exceptional or urgent family circumstance (such as attending a funeral)
• is sick, or has an infectious illness.

Daily Absences
If your child is to be absent from school for any reason outside application for exemption requirements, including arriving late or leaving early, please advise the appropriate Administration Assistant (see below), explaining the reason for absence by phone, email, or write a note before 10.00am that day. In addition, a written note confirming the circumstances of the absence is required within seven 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 by email
Middle School: Phone 6776 5819 or by email
Senior School: Phone 6776 5800 or by email

Students arriving late to Junior School must be accompanied by parents and report to Junior School administration.

Students arriving late to Middle School must sign in or out in the book located in the Middle School staff room. Middle School students needing to leave the school grounds for medical or other appointments during the normal school day (8.30am-3.30pm) must sign out accordingly.

Students arriving late to Senior School must sign in or out at Reception and collect a ‘Late Slip’ to give to their teacher. Senior School students needing to leave the school grounds for medical or other appointments during the normal school day (8.30am-3.30pm) MUST sign out accordingly.

Exemption from Attendance
A reminder that a parent or guardian must apply for an exemption from school attendance if they wish to take their child out of school temporarily by completing an Application for Exemption from Attendance form (see link below).

Students must attend school regularly until an exemption has been approved. Exemption from attendance at school is often sought because of:

  • Elite Arts or Elite Sporting Events (CIS, NCIS etc.)

  • Family travel or holidays

  • Medical or health appointments

  • Employment

  • Disability or behaviour problems requiring part time exemption from school

  • Other circumstances that warrant an exemption eg. Work Experience, Political Rally, etc

More information about absentees and extended leave can be found using the link provided.


Casual boarding can be for a single night or several weeks. It is proving to be increasingly popular. The cost of casual boarding is $80 per night inclusive of linen, dinner and breakfast.

Space is limited and may not always be available at the times required. Please assist us by providing a minimum of 24 hours notice and completing an online casual boarding application by using the link below or if you have any queries, please contact Mrs Veronica Lucas on (02) 6776 5800.


End of term travel
Please follow the link below to the online booking form for the end of term travel (Friday 8 April) and the start of term travel (Tuesday 26 April).

The chartered coach services are provided free to students travelling between their home and school – not interstate home destinations. Booking is essential and it would be greatly appreciated if bookings could be made by the due date (Monday 28 February) and on the form provided below.

Cancellations can be made up to three (3) days prior to travel. Students should be mindful that there is a two suitcase (25kg each) limit. Arrangements can be made through a carrier for extra luggage.

Travel Services
Boarders weekend travel bookings must be made before the Thursday prior to the weekend. All travel arrangements (except air travel) should be made by contacting Mrs Veronica Lucas, reception@as.edu.au.

Senior Concession ID cards are also available from Reception for students that are over 16 years of age. This ID card entitles students to travel at child’s fare.

Walcha Late Bus Service
TAS operates a ‘late bus’ to service day students living in the Uralla/Kentucky and Walcha districts. This service operates from Monday to Thursday during the school term. The bus departs TAS at 5.15pm. Dropping off students at McRae’s Corner, Uralla, at 5:45pm, Walcha Showground at 6.05pm and Walcha Caltex Service Station at 6.08pm. There is a $7.00 charge per student per journey which will be billed to the student’s account.

Thank you,

Mrs Veronica Lucas

03. Calendar of Events

Week 4
Saturday 26 FebruaryKing’s/PLC Regatta Sydney
Sunday 27 FebruaryKing’s/PLC Regatta Sydney
Week 5
Monday 28 February – Tuesday 1 MarchYear 11 and 12 Geography and Textiles Excursion
Wednesday 2 MarchCIS Triathlon
Sunday 6 MarchCopeton 6 Hour Mountain Bike Challenge
Clean up Australia Day

04. From the P&F


Liaison Parents

Year group liaison parents are undoubtedly your most important P&F contacts.

Over the past weeks the P&F have been working with the LP team to help them settle in for 2022. Thank you to our returning LP-coordinator Soph Wright who has focused on the Middle and Senior School LPs, while Melanie Fillios has focused on the Junior School LPs.

A large thank you to LPs past and present for their energy and attention to continually build community at TAS. Here is a reminder of who the LPs are for your respective year groups:

Pre-KindergartenAlexandra Edwards, Sarah Rice, Tenille Redwood
KindergartenJess Sykes, Jo Crowley, Lisa Post
Year 1Amanda McDowell, Di Wood
Year 2Emalene Gemmell, Thara Ranawake
Year 3Maartje Tory, Lynn Secker
Year 4Bruce Dennison
Year 5Belinda Bannister, Carmel Reilly, Melanie Fillios
Year 6Caroline Coupland, Kari Maitz, Kate Stephen
Year 7Claire Whitehead, Sonia Broun
Year 7 Dangar HouseLinda Croker
Year 7 White HouseMandy Swain
Year 8Ali McDouall, Nichole Gaddes
Year 9Han Coddington, Tina Skipper
Year 10Liz Rogers, Sarah Nivison, Veronica Lucas
Year 11Dave Paris, Mel Carter
Year 12Elise Petty, Jane Palfreyman, Liz Egan, Pip Benham


Sub Committee Volunteers

As with every year, through 2022 the P&F will get involved alongside many school events to support the TAS community and raise funds to benefit the students.

The larger events on the calendar for this year are:

  • TAS Rugby Carnival (APR) / SBHS Home Games (MAY)
  • Golf Days (MAY, NOV)
  • Family Day (NOV)
  • Christmas Puddings (OCT)

We will form sub-committees around each of these events to make sure they are well organised and executed.

Calling for parent volunteers!!

Please respond back to the P&F Exec team on pandf@as.edu.au with your preferences if you can volunteer for any of the above events.

Contact the P&F Executive

If you have anything you would like to raise with the P&F Executive, please send us an email at pandf@as.edu.au


Mr Paul Gaddes
P&F President

05. From the Director of Studies


Academic Assembly Tuesday 22 February

It was a great honour to be able to celebrate the achievements of students in Years 6-11 in 2021 in this week’s assembly. Many students received an Academic Medallion or Colours in recognition of their academic endeavours in 2021. As part of this assembly, a video of students and staff in all areas of the school was created to demonstrate the wide variety of dreams we have for careers When We Grow Up. The key message was for students to persevere, find things that they enjoy and/or excel at, but most importantly: keep the doors open – don’t limit our options as our dreams can change. I encourage you to speak to your child about the dreams that they may have but also to share yours.

Assessment Calendars Years 6-12

Having now been in class for a number of weeks, many students may be heading towards their first assessments of the year. Students will have been emailed a copy of their assessment calendar for the year and parents are able to access these through the TAS website Parent Portal ( https://publications.as.edu.au/parents/ ). These calendars are provided to assist families with planning activities outside of school and for boarding parents to have a better idea of what is happening here at school – we know that some teenagers are not always the best communicators!

Year 11 Q&A via zoom – Monday 28 February at 5:30 pm

A reminder to Year 11 parents and carers that we are hosting the first Q&A session for parents this coming Monday at 5:30pm. An invitation has been sent out via email and we ask that you RSVP so that we can gauge numbers. Dr Horton, Mr Pearson, Ms Chick and myself will be present to update you on matters related to Year 11 as well as to answer your questions.

Mrs Seonia Wark
Director of Studies

06. From the Director of Boarding


The Annual TAS Swimming Carnival is one of my highlights of the year and Friday’s edition didn’t disappoint. While the efforts of Mr Huon Barrett and Mrs Rachel Edmonds deserve special mention for coordinating such a large event separately across Middle and Senior School for the first time, I would particularly like to acknowledge all the boarders for their efforts in the pool across Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Friday. All three houses were well represented, across all events, and as a result I am confident a large number of individual age champion awards will be awarded to boarders. Special mention to the Abbott, Croft and Tyrrell House Leaders who tirelessly ensured all house cards were completed in a timely manner and all boarders were well informed of their responsibilities on the day. This was a huge commitment by the house leaders, to manage this along with their other school responsibilities, over the past two weeks. Refereeing 10 games of inter-house touch football, across Years 9 – 12, on Friday morning allowed me to witness first-hand the collegiality of our students across the six boarding and day houses. This has been a trademark of TAS during my nine years at the school and I was impressed to see it remaining alive and well.

The 2022 Coast Weekend dates have been confirmed, with all boarders from Years 8 – 12 departing TAS at approx 5pm on Friday 1 April and returning to TAS by midday on Sunday 3 April. The earlier arrival time back to TAS is to ensure the boarders have ample time for any final revision or preparation for assessments either due or to be sat during Week 10. Accommodation arrangements for the respective boarding houses will be communicated by Heads of House to their houses over the coming weeks.

The Year 7 boarders will attend the Year 7 Camp from Friday 1 April – Sunday 3 April. Mr Luke Polson will provide more information regarding this camp over the coming weeks.


Mr David Drain
Director of Boarding

07. From the Director of Co-curricular

MS/SS Swimming Championships

The number of students competing at the MS and SS Swimming Championships was outstanding. A feature of TAS is the willingness of the students to ‘have a go’. This was clearly evident on each of the evening carnivals and on Friday at the main event. The revamped format of a half-day carnival and inter-house games was enthusiastically embraced, and I commend the staff on their adaptability and the way with which they sought to make this new format a positive experience for all students involved.

During the course of the day, a number of records were broken. I congratulate those students for their hard work and achievement.

Overall point score results, age champions and division champions will be awarded in the Week 5 Assembly.

Winter sport choices take place this week during Advisor. Students are expected to choose their winter sport by the end of the week. In the coming weeks, we will confirm numbers and training sessions (Winter Training Schedule). Students will be able to choose a second sport if they can meet the requirements of each sport (training sessions and games) and we are able to staff the demand for coaches and managers.

NCIS Hockey Trials notes have been circulated by Mrs Ball and Mrs Steddy. If you are interested in attending the trial please return the note to Mrs Ball by Friday 25 February.

NCIS Hockey Trial Day Initial Information 2022

NCIS Permission to trial CIS HockeyTeam 2022


Mr Huon Barrett
Director of Co-curricular

Rotary Public Speaking Inland Semi Final

Bridget Burnett (Year 12) represented TAS and the Armidale Rotary Club in the Rotary Public Speaking Inland Semi-Final in Moree on Sunday, against seven other students. Her prepared speech was a passionate advocacy to not only continuing to observe Anzac and Remembrance Day, but broadening the recognition to include the role of women and Indigenous soldiers who had been historically been sidelined in the conventional narrative. For her impromptu speech: "Tomorrow I am going to…" do sports!

Bridget narrowly missed out on placing in the finals but is to be congratulated on an outstanding effort. Thanks to Miss Hannah Lo for supporting and accompanying Bridget on the day.

Tim Hughes
MIC Public Speaking and Debating

Rotary Club of Armidale president Bernie Perkins and District Governor David Mayne

08. From the Head of Creative Arts


This Saturday 26 February is our big Working Bee for Rhinoceros. We’ll be working hard to complete the set and make huge gains on the 24-odd rhinoceros heads we need for the show. We’re calling on all members of the TAS community – students, parents and staff – to come along in some old clothes and sturdy shoes to help get things together. We’re starting at 9am and hope to wrap before lunch. You don’t need to bring anything with you but if you had an impact driver it might make the set come together that much faster!

Mornings in the Music Centre are sounding very melodic, with our ensembles hard at work and our choirs recommencing next week. Please chat with Ms Roobol, Mr Collett or Miss Low if you would like to know more about getting involved in those groups. We look forward to a Twilight Concert near the end of Term 1, which will also be a great performance opportunity for our students with peripatetic lessons to build their instrument and prepare for exams and the Eisteddfod.

The Technical Production Team is starting to gear up for Rhinoceros, but it is not too late for students to get involved with that group. That team learns how to use the technical equipment in the theatre, set up lights and sound and projection, program shows and operate events and performances. Swing down to the Hoskins office to find out more if that interests you.

Mr Andrew O’Connell
Head of Creative Arts

09. From the Head of Middle School


Middle School Information Sessions

My thanks to all the parents across Years 6-8 who were able to attend the online information sessions last Thursday. It was a great opportunity to discuss the year with you all and give you the chance to ask questions. We will distribute a recording of each session to relevant year groups in due course. In the meantime, please see below a copy of the slides used in each presentation and copy of the 2022 Middle School Handbook. As always, if you have a question or concern at any stage, please reach out to us.

MS Parent Information Brochure 2022

Year 6 Orientation 2022

Year 7 Orientation 2022

Year 8 Orientation 2022

COVID-19 and Surveillance Testing

Please remember that staff and students cannot attend school if they are showing any symptoms of COVID-19. These include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of smell/ taste, muscle/joint pains, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting, extreme tiredness, unexplained chest pain or conjunctivitis (eye infection).

If symptoms occur at any time, your child should not attend school and should undertake a rapid antigen test. If a rapid antigen test is positive your child should isolate as someone who has tested positive to COVID-19. If you cannot access a rapid antigen test, you can attend a PCR (nose and throat swab) testing clinic. Even if your child tests negative they must not attend school while displaying any symptoms.

Please ensure that students are completing their twice-weekly COVID-19 RAHT survelliance testing. This occurs on a Monday and Wednesday morning before students attend school. RAHTs for the following week will be distributed on a Friday. If your child doesn’t have a RAHT to complete, please let us know and we can arrange one to be completed at school. A reminder please that if your child returns a positive test result, or is currently isolating due to a household contact testing positive, please ensure you email me directly – lpolson@as.edu.au

Day Students - Access to Dining Hall 

I am pleased to inform you that from next Monday 28 February, day students in Middle School (and Senior School) will be able to return to the Dining Hall for lunch. Students will be required to scan their barcode as they enter the Dining Hall. From Monday, day students will also be welcome to eat recess that is provided by the School. Thank you to all for your cooperation with us as we manage the relevant COVID-19 restrictions.

Students in Isolation and Learning from Home

Now that the term is underway, it is important to note the arrangements for Middle School students who are absent from school and the circumstances in which online learning will be available. Students who are away sick for a day or two of school will be encouraged to speak to their teacher on their return and find out if there is any important information that was missed. There is no expectation of learning from home in this situation. For students with longer absences due to COVID-19, such as isolating and provided the student is well enough, they will be supported with materials to learn at home. In Middle School, this will predominantly be through our School’s Learning Management System – Canvas. Middle School teachers will be arranging separate Zoom sessions with students individually if required to answer questions and discuss the content, as opposed to a Zoom session for each class. This is to allow students to ask questions and have content explained to them and the resources better targeted to be used through Zoom. Students are also encouraged to email their teacher if at any stage they need assistance.

Mr Luke Polson
Head of Middle School

Middle Years Programme

As many of you will be aware, in Year 8 our students get to participate in the MYP Community Project. For those students who came though TAS Junior School, this is the Middle School version of the PYP Exhibition! The idea of the Community Project is that students will complete a significant piece of work over an extended period of time and will present their work in late Term 3 to the wider school community.

MYP projects encourage students to reflect on their learning and the outcomes of their work – key skills that prepare them for success in further study, the workplace and the community. MYP projects are student-centred and age-appropriate, and they enable students to engage in practical explorations through a cycle of inquiry, action and reflection.

The community project focuses on community and service, encouraging students to explore their right and responsibility to implement service as action in the community. The community project gives students an opportunity to develop awareness of needs in various communities and address those needs through service learning. As a consolidation of learning, the community project engages in a sustained, in-depth inquiry leading to service as action in the community. The community project may be completed individually or by groups of a maximum of three students. The community project provides an important opportunity for students to collaborate and pursue service learning. All of our Year 8 students have already started brainstorming their project ideas and interests, ready for the year ahead. I look forward to updating you in the future on this. 



This weeks MYP Learner Profile award winners:

  • Tarnia Ahoy- Mcmahon – Principled award
  • Mohammed Almokhtar – Principled award
  • Sophie Brett Risk-taker award 
  • Madeline Buntine – Thinker award and Caring award
  • Ted Chick – Principled award
  • Alexandra Coventry – Knowledgeable award
  • Aramai Dollisson-Oatley – Principled award
  • Luke Gaddes – Knowledgeable award
  • Bridie Farrell – Reflective award
  • Jack Farrell Inquirer award
  • Jessica Flynn – Inquirer award
  • Katie Hynes – Knowledgeable award
  • James Leahy – Knowledgeable award
  • Olive McKay – Inquirer award
  • James Palfreyman – Knowledgeable award
  • Claudia Sykes – Principled award
  • Sophie Timbs – Caring award
  • Wylie Tombs – Thinker award
  • Lucas Van Der Werf – Knowledgeable award
  • Ava Watts – Risk-taker award


Mrs Rachel Piddington
MYP Coordinator



10. From the Head of Junior School


Lake Keepit

On day three here at Lake Keepit, the report is all good. As is usually the case each year, the excitement has given way to the realisation that we are here for a reason and the students are really getting into the swing of it. Learning to step out of the comfort zone (with a little less sleep than accustomed to) is a challenge and it is very satisfying seeing those that strive to be the best they can be. As always, we thank our dedicated staff for their efforts and we look forward to returning to catch up on the activities our younger students have completed while Year 2 to 5 have been at Lake Keepit.

Happy Birthday

Best wishes to Maya Slade and Raymond Wang who both celebrate birthdays this week.


Mr Ian Lloyd
Head of Junior School

Upcoming Events
Wednesday 23 FebruaryYear 3 to Lake Keepit
Thursday 24 FebruaryYear 2 to Lake Keepit
Friday 25 FebruaryAll return from Lake Keepit
Kindy and Year 1 Excursion to Sport UNE
Wednesday 2 MarchYear 3 Assembly – 2.45 Memorial Hall
Wednesday 9 MarchYear 2 Assembly – 2.45 Memorial Hall

Life Education Van

Thursday 10 MarchLife Education Van
Wednesday 16 MarchYear 1 Assembly – 2.45 Memorial Hall

Junior School Sport

Swimming Carnival

What a fabulous day we had last Thursday as we enjoyed the Junior School Swimming Carnival. It was wonderful to see the amount of enthusiasm, sportsmanship and friendship that was displayed during the day. Well done to everyone for participating in both swimming and novelty events. Thank you to our Year 5 students for assisting with the novelties as well as leading our House groups throughout the day.

Final results:

5 Years

  • Champion Boy – Byron Ahern

6 Years

  • Champion Boy – Felix Boyce
  • Runner Up – Wilbur Drain
  • Champion Girl – Maggie Wood
  • Runner Up – Elara Polson

7 Years

  • Champion Boy – Harvey O’Brien
  • Runner Up – Lachie McDowell
  • Champion Girl – Anna Trevaskis
  • Runner Up – Sabine Kiehne and Heidi Secker

8 Years

  • Champion Boy – Kieran Ahern
  • Runner Up – Finley Boyce, Mason Grace-Booth and Patrick Kim
  • Champion Girl – Emi Fawcett
  • Runner Up – Carla Price

9 Years

  • Champion Boy – Casey Tighe
  • Runner Up – Patrick Bourke
  • Champion Girl – Eva Cook
  • Runner Up – Lara Thavapalasundaram

10 Years

  • Champion Boy – Baxter Carruthers
  • Runner Up – Tom Loxley
  • Champion Girl – Cecilia Price
  • Runner Up – Evelyn Brownlie

11 Years

  • Champion Boy – Casper Cook
  • Runner Up – Flynn Ritchie
  • Champion Girl – Sophie Banister
  • Runner Up – Katie Flynn and Jacqui DuBois

Division Results

  • Sub Junior Boy – Harvey O’Brien
  • Sub Junior Girl – Anna Trevaskis
  • Junior Boy – Baxter Carruthers
  • Junior Girl – Cecilia Price
  • Senior Boy – Casper Cook
  • Senior Girl – Sophie Banister

Rofeta Cup Winner (Highest Pointscore)

  • Boy – Casper Cook
  • Girl – Sophie Banister

House Champions

  • 1st Green                  570
  • 2nd Ross                  473
  • 3rd Broughton        359

Community Notices