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Visit by a RAN Seahawk Helicopter

A S-70b-2 Seahawk from the Royal Australian Navy Base HMAS Albatross landed on TRAC’s oval on Wednesday 20 May. The helicopter made a three hour stop here before continuing to the RAAF Base at Forest Hill with our students being given the opportunity to speak to the crew and see the Seahawk close up. The purpose of the visit […]

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BISSA Cross Country

On Monday teachers accompanied 85 eager runners to the Border Independent Schools Sports Association Cross Country meet at Narrandera race course. While the rain stopped for much of the event, the conditions were less than ideal. Congratulations to all runners for their efforts which placed us Third amongst some very good competition. While there were several […]

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Brain Food

Homeroom Focus

How much does what we eat (or not eat) affect our brain and thinking?  PLENTY!! Chemicals are the principle means of information exchange throughout our brain and body.  This means that our ability to learn can be affected by the chemicals we ingest in our food.  Good nutrition promotes healthy functioning of brain neurons so […]

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Kokoda 2015

On the 19 June students, staff and family members depart Australia for PNG to complete the Kokoda track. This is the third time this excursion has been run by the school. Currently we are training hard, and finding many adventurous ways to climb places such as The Rock. Other training locations have seen us at […]

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Trip to Japan

During the holidays 11 students and 4 adults attended a cultural excursion to Japan. The students, ranging from Years 8 to 12, spent two weeks enjoying a wide range of activities including visits to Kyoto, Hiroshima, Nara, and Tokyo Disneyland. The final leg of the journey was the most insightful, with the students experiencing a four night […]

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Netfit

Thanks to Miss Murray who organised a ‘Netfit’ session for some of our netball players here at the College. The session consisted of some innovative warm ups for netball and was hosted by Sarah Wall, an ex-elite player with the Melbourne Vixens and Sydney Swifts. Along with the practical session, Sarah shared her insights into […]

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