2023 Term 1 Week 3   |   15.02.2023

TAS Talks Term 1 Week 3

01. From the Principal


Students and staff are now settling into the routine of the school year, new students have developed friendship groups, assessment tasks have been scheduled and completed and co-curricular activities and excursions are in full swing. Many of the latter, like the Year 12 Drama excursion to Sydney, is happening for the first time in a while. They represent incredibly important and rich learning opportunities for our students; it is good to have them back.

After being struck by the high participation levels at last year’s swimming carnivals, I am eagerly anticipating the events of Thursday and Friday. In particular, I have heard students talking passionately about War Cries evening since my arrival at TAS. I am very much looking forward to the spectacle that will unfold on Thursday evening. As always, may the best House win!

Junior School students gave their speeches and faced interviews for leadership positions at the start of the week while Middle School leaders took their oaths on Tuesday’s assembly. Congratulations and good luck to all those students who were successful. Indeed all students who put themselves forward for selection should be commended on their courage and endeavour. Leadership comes from actions and attitude and does not always need to be accompanied by a title.

A major highlight of the school year for me is the Year 7 lunches which started this week. The students who shared lunch with me on Monday were well-presented, polite, friendly and a delight to speak to. They certainly set a high conversational bar for everyone else.

I look forward to sitting down with the remainder of the cohort over the next few weeks.


Dr Rachel Horton

02. From the Deputy Principal


As we settle into the new school year routine, it is timely for our students to consider what they are hoping to achieve in 2023. Setting goals is an important practice that, if done effectively, provides direction and something meaningful to strive for. 

Without careful consideration though, goals can be unattainable and quickly forgotten. The well-utilised SMARTER Goal Setting Method is a good way to ensure quality goals are developed. Once goals are set though, thought must go into the process that is going to be required to achieve them. 

“It’s easy to sit around and think what we could do or what we’d like to do. It is an entirely different thing to accept the tradeoffs that come with our goals. Everybody wants a gold medal. Few people want to train like an Olympian” (Clear, 2022)

Achieving goals should be challenging. It is true that the greater the challenge, the greater the reward. It is also better to work smarter, not harder! Therefore, ensuring effort is directed in the right areas and the steps and learning required to achieve the goals are thought through. This does not have to be done alone and often the best way to establish this path is through conversations. I encourage our students to discuss their goals with their Advisors in the coming week and to seek feedback and guidance on the goals they are hoping to achieve in 2023. 

This is an exciting week in the TAS Calendar with the Junior School Swimming Carnival and House War Cries taking place tomorrow followed by the Senior/Middle School Carnival on Friday. It is fantastic that our students will gain experience pride and House spirit without restriction. I look forward to our students performing en masse for the staff and families able to attend this key event on our calendar. I wish all students competing in the swimming carnival and our aspiring Cadets undertaking their leadership course this weekend all the very best.  

Clear, J. (2022, August 31). Goal setting: A scientific guide to setting and achieving goals. Goal Setting: A Scientific Guide. https://jamesclear.com/goal-setting 


Mr Ray Pearson
Deputy Principal



Student Travel

For any Year 11 Boarders requiring travel - (regular timetabled coach or rail services to and from home on weekends or during holiday periods), we have been advised that you will need to reapply for a Boarders Rail Pass by following the link below. Your previous travel number will expire in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Mrs Lucas - at vlucas@as.edu.au or 6776 5800


From the Head of PDHPE

Dear Parents/Guardians of students of TAS,

Allow me to introduce myself as Josh Moloney, the new Head of PDHPE. I look forward to meeting you all at some stage over the year.

As part of PDHPE, students are required to wear the following TAS uniform:

- Blue shirt
- Blue shorts
- White Socks
- Runners

We understand that it is the beginning of Term 1 2023, however, there have been numerous students who have forgotten their uniform or are wearing the incorrect clothing. Incorrect clothing includes any clothing (other than socks and shoes) that does not have the TAS emblem on it. This also includes (unless a note is provided for other reasons), the old TAS white shirt, which has been replaced by the blue shirt.

Unfortunately, students who wear the wrong clothing are subject to hiring clothes from the PDHPE department which comes at a cost.

The subsequent cost for uniform hire, no matter what item of clothing is $10 which will be billed to the PAYEE account.

We understand that this is inconvenient for you all, however, students need to be proactive and ensure that they have checked their timetable and packed accordingly.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at jmoloney1@as.edu.au

Kind regards,

Mr Joshua Moloney

03. Calendar of Events


Week 3
Thursday 16 FebruaryJunior School Swimming Carnival
War Cries and MS/SS Swimming Events (5.45 pm)
Middle School Parent Information Session (4.45 pm)
Japanese Study Tour Parent Information Session (4.45 pm)
Friday 17 FebruaryMiddle School/Senior School Swimming Carnival
Cadet Leaders Course ( Cadets depart at 4 pm)
Week 4
Monday 20 FebruaryScholarship and Open Day (10.30 am – 2.00 pm)
Thursday 23 FebruaryNCIS Primary Swimming (Alstonville)
Friday 24 FebruaryPLC/Kings/RNSW Regatta



04. From the Assistant Chaplain


This week the assembly reading was 1 Peter 4: 7 – 11 which can be found here https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Peter+4&version=NIV

Last week we looked at how John Newton, the author of the hymn Amazing Grace, impacted and influenced our world because he followed Jesus. In the late 1700’s he was initially an advocate of the slave trade, but then became someone who actively worked towards abolishing it, in response to Jesus’s amazing grace.

Today we are looking at Hannah More. Hannah More was nothing less than the most influential woman of her time. She was already a well-known figure when William Wilberforce met her in 1787. She was a best-selling playwright and author, whose works at the time outsold Jane Austen’s ten to one. Hannah More was a woman of such boundless intelligence and charm that everyone wished to be in her society. She was friends with many well-known people of the day, but it was her friendship with Wilberforce that fuelled their collaborations against the slave trade and a host of other social injustices. Between them they would quite literarily change the world. While Wilberforce is still a well-known figure in modern society, Hannah More, a national celebrity in her time as an author and social reformer, is not so well known today. So, let’s get to know her a little better now.

Hannah More had incredible talent and skills in writing, and she used these gifts to bring about huge change in English society. Her role in the war against slavery can hardly be overstated. Through her writings she helped the average Briton see the humanity of all people from every country, and that the slave trade caused tremendous suffering. Her words pierced the hearts of millions who came to feel that their country must have no part in such evil. Eventually hundreds of thousands of Britons signed the petition against slavery, which helped sway parliament towards abolishing it. Furthermore, Hannah wrote many books, including one that confronted many Britons, who thought of themselves Christians, but whose lives were in reality and in practice not exhibiting love for others that God’s Word clearly teaches. Hannah herself knew relationship with God through faith in his Son Jesus, and knew this was possible for all, to bring about radical change. Hannah continued to use her gifts to fight social injustice, despite opposition, often from the upper classes. Along with her sisters, she started schools for children living in poverty who would normally never receive an education. She also started evening classes for uneducated adults and set up women’s friendly societies. Throughout many of her literary works and various projects, Hannah More faced challenges. Despite this, she continued to use her God-given gifts to fight for justice for all human beings as creatures equally made in the image of God.

So, Middle School leaders, indeed all of us, should be inspired by people like Hannah More too, as the passage from 1 Peter 4 tells us, to use whatever gifts you have received to serve others. And like More, do so with integrity, humility and courage, looking to the ultimate example of these things in Jesus Christ.

Lastly, if any students are interested in attending lunchtime Bible study groups or local Youth Groups, here are some details:

TAS Student Bible studies (lunch provided) led by Mr Cook, Mr Williams and myself:

Middle School GAS (God and Stuff) Monday’s 1 pm in F1-5 and the chaplaincy area

Yr 9 – 12 SALT (Matthew 5:13) Thursday’s 1 pm in F1-5

Local Youth Groups:

  • SMYG (St Mark’s Youth Group) is held at St Mark’s UNE Church, Fridays from 7 pm – 9 pm. For Yr 7-12. No cost. Contact: 67874015 or unechurch@une.edu.au
  • BLAST (Building Lives Around Sound Truth) is held at the Parish Hall next to St Peter’s Cathedral, Fridays from 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm Yr 6-12. No Cost. Contact: 6772 2269 or admin@stpetersarmidale.org.au

Any boarding students interested in attending these youth groups, please let me know. I can be contacted at jbenham@as.edu.au Transport can be arranged depending on the numbers.


Mrs Jo Benham
Assistant Chaplain


05. 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 has been working with the LP team to help them settle in for 2023. Thank you to our returning LP Coordinator Soph Wright.

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


Pre-KindergartenSusannah Warwick, Anna Williams
KindergartenAlexandra Edwards
Year 1Rebecca Lock, Jessica Sykes
Year 2Maxine Green, Samantha O’Brien, Diana Wood
Year 3Sarah Grace Booth
Year 4Maria Capoluongo, Alexandria Flynn, Sarah Rice
Year 5Naomi Wright
Year 6Maria Capoluongo, Melanie Fillios
Year 7Caroline Coupland, Kari Maitz
Year 7 Dangar HouseSophia Wright
Year 7 White HouseKirsty White
Year 8Hannah Coddington, Prue Fisher, Edwina Douglas-Menzies
Year 9Anthony Chick, Amanda Fletcher
Year 10Susan Crawford, Kellie Litchfield
Year 11Veronica Lucas, Elizabeth Rogers, Catherine Wright
Year 12Philippa Kearney, Kim Lawrence, Clare Muirhead, David Paris


P&F Kiosk @ Swimming Carnivals

The P&F will open a small Kiosk each day this week at the Junior School and Middle/Senior School swimming carnivals. Located under the Junior School covered area, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase to suit all ages. We will cater for both cash and EFTPOS. No baked goods are needed.

Thank you to the volunteers who have already signed up to help out on these days.


Connect with P&F

P&F uses Email and Facebook Groups as our formal channels of communication. We do not recommend the use of other social or chat platforms as they are often not inclusive enough to capture all parents and caregivers.

We have several Facebook pages providing useful information about upcoming activities as well as a place to stay in touch – we strongly recommend you join the main P&F page as well as your Year Group pages;

  • TAS P&F FB page – Search “TAS Parents & Friends” on Facebook
  • Year Group FB pages – Search “TAS Year 12 XXXX” on Facebook where XXXX is the graduating year of your child (e.g. “TAS Year 12 2026”). Ask to join.


Contact 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




06. From the Director of Teaching and Learning


PAT Testing

In the early stages of the year, we begin administering some low stakes, but informative online testing with our students in order to gather data on their learning across areas such as reading, writing, maths and spelling.

We use ACER’s Progressive Achievement Test (PAT) assessments which assess what students know, understand and are capable of across several learning domains. The data from these tests form one part of the broader picture which informs our practice and allows student progress to be monitored over time; the tests will be run again in Term 4 to help track growth.

The PAT tests are now adaptive, meaning that they alter depending on how the student is progressing within the testing tool – if they are getting many of the responses correct, the test will progressively get more challenging. Similarly, if a student is not answering correctly, the test will adapt so they can access questions where they are able to show their understanding rather than just continually getting answers incorrect.

These tests are scheduled at different times over the coming weeks, and it is important to find a balance here:

  • We want students to take these tests seriously, read the questions carefully, take their time to answer well, and to try their very best
  • It is equally important that they do not feel worried about these tests; they are completed in order to help staff better understand how they are tracking and which areas they need to revise or revisit in their learning.

Thank you to all students for approaching these PAT tests with maturity and their best effort.


Mrs Gill Downes
Director of Teaching and Learning

07. From the Director of Co-curricular


Congratulations to Archie McMaster who last week at the NCIS Tennis Trials in Grafton finished in third place. An outstanding achievement has particularly given he was playing against Year 11 and 12 students.

I wish our Wiburd Shield Cricket Team well as they play their third-round match in the state-wide competition against Hunter Valley Grammar School.

This week we look forward to the swimming championships. The Junior School Carnival will take place on Thursday 16 February and the MS/SS Championships on Thursday evening and Friday.

Thursday 16 February 5.45pm-9.00 pm
100m Freestyle event, open medley relay and War Cries

Friday 17 February 8.30am-3.30pm
50m Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, 6 x 50mF/S, Tooth ‘n’ Nail Relay

Swimming Event Rules:

  • Starts will be ‘over the top’. i.e. the swimmer in the pool at the end of the previous race remains in the water (and holds onto the lane rope) until the next race has begun whereupon he/she immediately exits.
  • No false starts are allowed. If you ‘false start’ you will still be allowed to swim for a ‘time’ but will not gain any points for your House or age championships in that event.
  • Dress: House polo shirts, blue shorts, gym shoes or thongs. Day students may travel to and from TAS in the above clothing. Note that you must wear gym shoes if you’re catching a bus to school.
  • All competitors must swim in TAS Swimmers available from the TAS Clothing Shop.
  • All competitors will wear a House swim cap for each event. These will be given to house captains to distribute. All students will be charged $5 for this swim cap.
  • You may not colour your hair, nor write on your body with a texta pen.
  • Except for water, no food or drink may be consumed in the pool area.
  • Students are to sit in your House Area and may not leave The Sports Centre area without permission from their respective Heads of House.

Other Information:

Lunch: a BBQ will be provided for all students.

Because of the chlorine in the pool water, competitors are strongly advised to wear goggles.



I have attached the link to the Summer Sports Schedule and the Extra Curricular Schedule.

On Monday 20 February TAS will be running and hosting a Rugby Ready Referee Course.

For more information please click HERE

AFL kicks off this weekend on Sundays for anyone keen to give it a go.


Mr Huon Barrett
Director of Co-curricular

Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme

The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is available to all interested students from Years 8-12. It consists of three levels, Bronze, Silver and Gold. These can be taken sequentially, or just one-off. Enrolment is currently open for this year, anyone interested, please contact Mr Pennington at jpenning@as.edu.au

More information can be found by following this link.   Duke of Edinburgh Brochure


Mr Jim Pennington
Service and Adventure Coordinator

Mountain Biking

On Monday evening our mountain bikers competed in their first race of the New England Mountain Bikers Summer Series. In these races, competitors have to complete as many laps as possible of a tough little 1.2km track within the 35 min timeframe. The conditions were hot, but everyone put in a commendable effort for their first race of the season. As I told students after the race, they should be proud of their effort and they will only get fitter as the season progresses, making racing easier and more enjoyable. There were some stand-out performances of some of our students across all categories. Once results are finalised, they are usually posted on NEMTB Facebook page, which can be found here https://www.facebook.com/nemtb.com.au

Mrs Jo Benham
MIC Mountain Biking

Trial Bay Triathlon

Finally, in a year of no COVID and no floods, TAS returned to South West Rocks for the Trial Bay Triathlon (750m swim/29km ride/5km run). A favourite event on the North Coast, now into its 35th year, conditions were perfect. Harrison Miller (swim/ride) and Emily Ussher were the best-performing U/18 team, with Emily blitzing the run. This was on the back of her completing the Enticer event (300/9/2) just 20 minutes beforehand. Alice Bourne, Eryn Benham and Madeleine Nicholls were in our other team, putting in a wonderful performance. Congratulations also to Freddie Taylor, our UK gappie for his fine race as an individual.

Mr James Pennington
Service and Adventure Coordinator

08. From the Head of Creative Arts


Last week the Year 11 and 12 Drama students headed to Sydney to watch OnSTAGE, a showcase of top works from the 2022 HSC Drama, as well as a number of professional productions. They saw the breathtaking, five-star award-winning Sydney Theatre Company’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, which was an unparalleled display of theatre technology and individual performance. They also got to see the Ensemble Theatre Company’s production of A Broadcast Coup, a thought-provoking piece about the misuse of power in the media, a reckoning for terrible men in the #metoo era, and a cry for a better future. There will also be an opportunity for students to watch archival footage of plays set for study and participate in other educational experiences. And of course, there was OnSTAGE, with a range of exceptional Individual and Group Projects that were sometimes outrageous, sometimes shocking, and sometimes intimidating, but all of them inspirational in their own way. My thanks to Ms Cleaver for accompanying me on the excursion and to all the students for making it such a wonderful and rewarding trip.

This week Legally Blonde takes to the stage in a small way, with Jasper O’Neil and Grace Thompson invited to perform as part of the Armidale Drama and Musical Society’s (ADMS) annual concert. This is a wonderful opportunity to promote the show and get some stage experience. We’re planning a few other ways of getting the show out into the community to generate some buzz, so keep your eyes peeled for that. And this Sunday from 3 pm – 4:30 pm we are working on costume fittings for the show, so if there are any parents who would like to lend a hand or volunteer for some sewing they can contact Ms Leasa Cleaver at lcleaver@as.edu.au

Mr Andrew O’Connell
Head of Creative Arts

09. Head of Middle School


Middle School Leaders for 2023

In Assembly yesterday, it was my pleasure to formally induct our 2023 Student Leaders and announce them to the students across both Middle and Senior Schools. The leadership model in Middle School at TAS correlates with the ideas and purpose of the IB Middle Years Programme that is at the heart of what we do in Middle School, both in classrooms and beyond. Students nominated for these positions at the end of 2022, completed an application process and then these leadership positions were voted by their peers. With Middle School staff guidance, the goal for these leaders is to work together managing Middle School initiatives, driving Middle School events and leading by example as role models for the younger student population.

I am looking forward to working alongside this group of students and I congratulate them on their appointments.

  • Abbott House Leader: Charlie Fisher
  • Broughton House Leader: Tilly Rogers
  • Croft House Leader: Claudia Sykes
  • Green House Leader: Peter Thompson
  • Ross House Leader:  Tessa Jackson
  • Tyrrell House Leader: Jack Farrell
  • Dangar House Leader: Emily Piestch
  • White House Leader:  Hamish Pengilley

Middle School Leaders for 2023: Madeleine Buntine and Ned Coleman.

Middle School Information Evening and Welcome

Please join us from 4.45 pm – 5.15 pm on Thursday 16 February in the Hoskins Centre for our Middle School Welcome and Parent information session. This presentation will outline the Middle School program, particularly the academic and pastoral changes your child can expect.

Following the session, there will be light refreshments served and you will have the opportunity to ask any specific questions that you may have. Following this event, you are also invited to attend the War Cry competition in the Sports Centre commencing at 6 pm.

Year 7 End of Term 1 Camp

Information was distributed to parents and carers of Year 7 regarding the End of Term 1 Camp from Friday 31 March to Sunday 2 April.
Please ensure that this activity’s consent forms and registration forms are completed by Friday 16 February. If you have any questions about this process, please contact us at middle@as.edu.au


Mr Luke Polson
Head of Middle School

IB Middle Years Programme

IB Middle Years Programme (MYP)

Have you ever stopped to think about how you learn? Have you ever thought about the skills you need to learn? This is what we encourage our students to do, by building on their toolbox of skills of different approaches to learning. Modern teaching and learning tell us that it is more important to explicitly learn skills that are transferable, rather than just memorise content. 

Being an IB school, our lessons are framed by the ATL (approaches to learning) framework and aim to develop different approaches and strategies that students can add to their toolbox of learning. These skills come from 5 main categories:

  • Communication
  • Social
  • Self-management
  • Research
  • Thinking

This learning journey starts in Junior School, and is further built upon in the Middle School. As students complete a unit of work, or an assessment, they should always have these skills at the forefront of what they do. We want our students to leave Middle School knowing how to research, and knowing how to communicate in different scenarios. So I ask, what skills do you need in your toolbox? What skills do you want your students to have in their toolbox? Let’s encourage them to use them!


MYP Learner Profile Award Winners

  • Hugo Chapman – Knowledgeable Award
  • Amy Chittenden – Principled Award
  • Jack Farrell – Communicator Award
  • Nash Goodwin – Caring Award
  • Aalayah Pallotta – Thinker award
  • Poppy Post – Knowledgeable Award
  • Sam Swain – Communicator Award


Mrs Rachel Piddington
MYP Coordinator

10. From the Head of Junior School



Servant Leadership, as explained by proponent Robert Greenleaf, suggests that a leader’s primary aim should be “… to serve (others) first, as opposed to wanting power, influence, fame, or wealth.” We consider all Year 5 students to be leaders within our school and we are certain all will demonstrate this servant leadership within the Junior School over the course of this year. It has been tremendous to see most of our Year 5 students exemplifying the ‘Risk Taker’ attribute of the PYP in their application for a formal student leadership position and their subsequent participation throughout the selection process.

All applicants wrote compelling letters of application before participating in an interview with Mrs Waters (teacher and PYP Coordinator) and Mr Pearson (Deputy Principal). Perhaps the most daunting part of the experience was the two-minute presentation all applicants made to students in Years 3, 4 and 5 before they voted for their preferred student leaders.

Congratulations to all who applied. We hope that the experience was positive, and that it proves useful in future job applications. The following leaders will be formally inducted into their roles in the Junior School assembly later today.

  • Junior School Captains: Darya Samadi and Ethan Downes
  • Junior School Broughton House Captain: Evelyn Brownlie
  • Junior School Green House Captain: Baxter Carruthers
  • Junior School Ross House Captain: Levi Watts

Parents and friends of Junior School students are always welcome at our assemblies, which take place each Wednesday from 2.45 pm. We understand, however, that it can prove challenging to attend these in person and are pleased to advise that all assemblies will now be live-streamed. For privacy reasons, these live streams will not be available without using the specific link. Please note that all video and audio files will be deleted at the conclusion of each assembly. The following links will allow you (or your family interstate or overseas) to join our assembly remotely.

15 February – Year 5


22 February – Year 1


1 March – No assembly (Lake Keepit program)

8 March – Year 3


15 March – Year 2


22 March – Kindergarten


29 March – Student Leaders


5 April – End of Term



Please ensure all uniform items have your child(ren)’s name clearly written or affixed. While we encourage age-appropriate levels of independence amongst our students, we are always mindful that belongings can be misplaced easily, particularly when distractions are plentiful! We aim to return all belongings that are named in a timely fashion and encourage all students to check the lost property tub immediately outside the Junior School staffroom as necessary. Students not wearing a School hat are unable to play outdoors during break times for their own safety – “No hat, no play, no fun today!”

The eagerly anticipated Junior School Interhouse Swimming Carnival takes place tomorrow over the course of the day. Parents and friends are most welcome to attend and spectate. We ask that all who do so remain in the designated parents area unless they are assisting in an official capacity.

Last week the families of current Year 2 students were advised of the decision to divide the single Year 2 class into two as soon as practicable. This considered decision will ultimately benefit our students, and has been made possible due to increasing numbers of enrolment enquiries and applications. We are grateful for the positive manner in which our current families speak about the School within their networks. While we are conscious not to grow too large, every enrolment at the school allows additional programs and opportunities to be afforded to our students.

Happy Birthday

Many happy returns to Grace Crowley, Will Dennison and Sonny Salvador for their birthdays this week.


Mr Scott Chittenden
Head of Junior School

Upcoming Events

Term 1
Thursday 16 FebruaryJunior School Swimming Carnival
Wednesday 22 FebruaryYear 1 Assembly – Hoskins Centre ( 2.45 – 3.30 pm)
Monday 27 FebruaryYear 5 to Lake Keepit
Tuesday 28 February Year4 to Lake Keepit
Wednesday 1 MarchYear 3 to Lake Keepit
Thursday 2 MarchYear 2 to Lake Keepit
Friday 3 March
All return from Lake Keepit

Junior School Sport

Junior School Swimming Carnival- Thursday, 16 February

Our Junior School Swimming Carnival will be held this Thursday, 16 February. There has been much excitement about the upcoming event and we are looking forward to a fun-filled day for all. Please click on the link below to view the Programme for the day. Times are approximate only so please keep this in mind if you are coming for part of the day. We will aim to have recess and lunch breaks around 11 am and 1 pm.

Children are to wear their swimmers and sports clothes (with house coloured t-shirts) for the day. Please ensure all clothing is clearly labelled.

Kindergarten and Year 1 children will attend for only part of the day, allowing them the opportunity to participate in their 25m race if they are able and enjoy some Novelty events. They will then take part in activities within their respective classrooms. Please ensure your child has plenty of snacks for the day, including recess and lunch. A water bottle is essential.

JS Swimming Carnival


Indoor Hockey

Indoor Hockey started off with a bang last Friday, with both teams showing incredible teamwork and skill. TAS Blue were successful in their game against St Mary’s, finishing at 3-0. TAS White played an exceptional game against Camo Kids, winning 2-1.

Miss Lara Nicholls

Community Notices