Our Cross Country and Colour Run event took place last Friday. It was an enjoyable day for staff and students, filled with positive energy, teamwork and lots of fun.
Our mid term assembly to acknowledge the great achievements of our students had a special item. After practising all term some of our Year 8 boys performed the Haka which was wonderfully received by our students and staff.
Due to the warm weather forecast this Friday November 8, our Cross Country event is now taking place period 1 and 2. Please send your child with a water bottle, hat and sunscreen. The Colour Run event is still taking place period 5 as originally planned.
Congratulations to all of our students involved in the Interschool Sports Carnival at Challenge Stadium last Friday. A big thank you to the Health and Physical Education team for their dedication and commitment to the athletics training, camp and carnival.
Due to cancellation last term because of extreme weather, our Colour Run for a Cause and Cross Country event has been rescheduled to Friday 8 November. Some students already commenced fundraising which is fantastic, we encourage all students to continue fundraising up to the date of the Colour Run for the conservation of local endangered animals – the Tammar, Quenda, Umbrina and Curlew. Further information will be emailed home shortly.
Thank you to Faye Ward and Daphne Brogden from the Order of the Eastern Star organisation for donating a cheque for $2500 to Aveley Secondary College today for our excellent work. The donation will be used to buy items for the Sensory Room in the Education Support Hub.
The next P&C meeting will be held this Thursday night, 24 October at 6.30 pm in the conference room in the office at Aveley Secondary College. We would love to see some new faces and some fresh ideas. Everyone is welcome.
Mr Imrie’s Year 8’s Design and Technologies have moved into Mechatronics this term and have successfully built their own Dragsters. Race day was yesterday and all the students got involved and had a great time. Learning can be fun as well!
Our Interschool Athletics Team had a training camp over the weekend and celebrated all of their efforts and hard work with some bouncing, flipping and flying fun at Latitude. We wish them all the very best as they compete on Friday 25 October.
This term’s Academies have proved very popular: Minecraft, Steampunk Sculptures and Media are already full. There are still limited spaces in Soccer, Music, Drama and Narrative Writing. Please enrol your child via Qkr! before Friday 1 November.