Student Voice – I have always had a strong belief in the importance of student voice, and empowering our students to lead change through action. These views were strongly reinforced recently when I had the opportunity to share in a workshop run by the CSE 
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Yesterday, our science students got to experiment with the process of nucleation. The experiment looks at how the carbon dioxide (CO2) in soda attaches to pits and spaces in objects, and with the porous shell of a Mentos having many, this creates a combustion reaction. Due 
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With devoutness and joy, our student commenced their academic year with The Blessing of The Waters. The service was presided by His Grace Bishop Iakovos of Miletoupolis and assisted by our School Chaplain, Father George Adamakis and Father John Demertzidis and parent of our School 
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During the course of the day the children were able to enter the farm. We looked at the weather and it was absolutely wonderful, however the wet had made it a little slippery, this made it a great day to wear special booties. The children 
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I am pleased to report the results of our Graduating Class of 2018 demonstrated that our students overall performed to their potential. During the course of their final VCE Year our 2018 students have shown personal attributes of commitment and effort across all learning areas. 
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As part of our Physical Sciences topic on ‘Fantastic Forces’, the Year 2s investigated the way objects move depending on a variety of factors, including their shape, size and weight. Students were offered challenging and enjoyable science activities to encourage them to think. Students were 
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Christmas is always a fun and festive part of the year, usually accompanied by gifts and time spent with loved ones. During this time it’s also good to reflect and help spread the cheer to those who need it most, this is the act of giving, something 
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The Rockstar Live unit was the Year 7 summative assessment task in Term 4, where students were required to find a clip of one of their favourite singers, and recreate their performances in the drama space. The students were required to not only recreate the singers 
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A special assembly was held on Thursday 29th November to honour the students graduating from the Arrowsmith Program. Students have spent between two and four years in the program, and are now ready to move into mainstream education. This was the first graduation we have 
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Using the latest technology in forensic science, our students were transformed into CSIs!The crime scene is established, a youth is missing. Can the students in Years 3, 4 and 5 solve the mystery in time? Charlotte – The best thing was the digital microscopes. I saw 
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