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- Enter individually or as a team

- No allocated theme

- Enter as many times as you want!

- Draw your ideas on an A4 piece of paper and hand them in to your art teachers, in the Learning Center, directly to a prefect or in a box in the library

- Must be school appropriate

-Winners can choose to paint their own murals with the...


Mad Night is an annual showcase of the talent that shines throughout our school and gives students a chance to perform in front of a live audience.

Mad Night will be held on the 1st and 2nd December from 7.00 to 9.30pm, in the school hall. The cost of entry will be $10.00, $5.00 for a student and $25.00 for a family. There will be musical acts of...

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Coming soon!

Ready your creative thinking caps! the A block side of the quad is due for a makeover and we need your ideas... 

more information will be provided at a later date

This week we learnt about menu planning and seasonal produce. Everyone suggested their favourite dishes but is soon became clear that not all of them could be served at the Harvest Festival lunch. Some of the dishes included cool season vegetables which grow best in winter. Other dishes included crops which won’t grow in our coastal temperate climate. We quickly eliminated broccoli and cauliflower from the menu, along with mangoes and other tropical fruits. In the end, we short listed a number of dishes which included temperate summer crops.



So what are we serving at the lunch? You’ll have to wait and see, but in the meantime we are planting some of these crops:

-          Beetroot

-          Silverbeet

-          Carrots

-          Corn

-          Melons of all shapes and sizes

-          Coriander, parsley and other herbs

-          Cucumbers

-          Zucchini

-          Eggplant



      Before we plant these vegetables we need to ammend our soil. The soil test results have come back and we have deficiencies in Calcium and Phosphorus. Phosphorus deficiency is very common in Australia. Next week we will be treating our soil so our crops have the best possible chance to thrive! Stay tuned...