Late last term, our Year 11 students participated in the College’s Annual Presentation ball. With 63 couples, two routines to prepare and only effectively six weeks to practice, the quality of the performance on the evening of Saturday 30 March was a wonderful triumph.
From the outset all students were aware that this was an endeavor that would challenge them in unexpected ways. They were truly commendable in their commitment to stepping out of their comfort zone, learning things that were new and not easy, sharing this experience collaboratively and acting in a way that befits young adults. I have no doubt the guests who attended the evening were as impressed and proud as I was in the manner in which they presented themselves. Truly an excellent example of reward for effort.
Finally, I wish to express my sincere thanks for the energy and enthusiasm of our presentation team. The event could never have been as wonderful a spectacle without the tireless efforts of our choreographer and instructor Ms Sarah Mott, her assistant Ms Daisy Shoebridge, the coordination efforts of Ms Dunn, Ms Portelli, the masterful administration of Ms Carabott and all the staff who contributed throughout rehearsals and on the day.
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Cricket great, Darren Lehmann, visited last week as part of our Ashes Oval Redevelopment Project and our Father's Day Breakfast