Newsletter - 6 March 2020

This week

Principal's Office

The Principal

"Show Some Ticka"

Dear Members of the St Edmund’s Community,

The average heart beats at between 60 and 100 beats per minute. This constant beat exists in all of us and reminds us that we are all linked. Excitement draws a faster beat and meditation slows it to a crawl, but it beats on each day. We send heart emojis to show love, we know people have courageous hearts and if we are true to ourselves we follow our hearts. The heart is a symbol of love, the seat of courage, a place of resilience, loyalty and commitment.

Our senior cohort or 2020 have chosen to reflect their leadership in the theme “Show Some Ticka”. With their logo of a wolf in silhouette on a heart they show the best of an Eddies man: our sporting teams who battle in competitions of skill, showing courage and resilience, our “support mob” — heard for hundreds of metres — who loyally cheer for the Blue and White, our musicians whose commitment shines through at every performance. These moments where our young men “Show Some Ticka” are those that make a difference. Our heart, however, is also one of love, for family, school and community and this is what makes the Eddies difference.



AIC Swimming

Congratulations to our AIC Swimming team. The AIC Swimming Championships were held at a twilight carnival on Monday. Our young men showed their ‘ticka’ representing the College ably and courageously. In a competition where times were at elite standard, our Eddies’ men competed to the end and we are proud of their efforts. Well done gentlemen. Thank you to Ms Natalie Henness for coordinating, Mr Simon Smith and Mr Anthony Cronan for coaching the team and all the staff involved for their support of our young men.

Performing Arts Evening

Musically, our young men showed their talent on Wednesday evening. Both St Mary’s and St Edmund’s students performed, and the night was a showcase of the fantastic musical abilities of our students. Our boys showed Eddies ‘ticka’ through their dedication to developing their skills to such a high level. Thank you to Mr Tim Kirkwood for organising and coordinating the event and to Mr Chris Barton for supporting the evening with sound and lighting.

Coronavirus

This is an ongoing and evolving situation. At present we have no concerns at the College with respect to our day-to-day routine and I will continue to send updates as they become available from Queensland Health. If students become ill or show symptoms they should remain at home and a doctor should be consulted. (Please refer to the attachment)

Ray Celegato, Principal

The Deputy

Identity

Identity News

The Season of Lent

Last week the St Edmund’s Community gathered on Ash Wednesday to mark the start of the season of Lent. During the Ash Wednesday liturgy, the students heard that Lent is a time for internal reflection, community renewal and compassion towards others. Throughout Lent the Catholic community across the world will focus on three core actions: Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving.

Interestingly, although Lent is observed predominantly by Catholics, it does not exclude non-Catholics from taking part. As this season is about renewal, it is a wonderful opportunity for all humanity to stop and reflect on their lives. I would like to encourage all members of our community to use this season of Lent to find time for mindfulness and reflection: an opportunity for a fresh start. Recently, the Catholic Bishop Rt Rev Seamus Cunningham released the statement that anyone can be blessed by the ashes on Ash Wednesday and participate in Lent. “Whether Christian or not, to express [your] desire to grow spiritually and to turn away from failings, areas of weakness and brokenness, in favour of seeking the healing and wholeness that God can give is necessary for the entire community.”

Three ways to re-think Lent:

• PRAYER. Each day take 15 minutes away from ‘Screen Time” to refresh.

This is a wonderful opportunity to give your brain, eyes, mind and heart a break. Take a walk, sit outside in a park or find a quite space at home. Take some deep breaths and centre yourself. You might use this time for prayer or just to simply be present.

• FASTING. Commit to an action that has a positive effect on your community.

Reducing the amount of red meat you eat can reduce your carbon footprint. This might be as simple as having one “MFD” (meat free day) a week. Alternatively, you could commit to fasting from your smart devices. Spend some time away from technology and find ways to connect with people face-to-face in your community.

• ALMSGIVING. Perform one random act of kindness each day in Lent.

Hold open a door, offer assistance, give some change to Project Compassion, help someone trying to get a stroller down the steps or any action that places the needs of others before your own. Every small interaction with someone is an opportunity to have a positive impact on both of your lives.

International Women’s Day at St Edmund’s College

Sunday 8 March is International Women’s Day (IWD). This year the theme for the day is ‘#EachforEqual. An equal world is an enabled world’. Individually, we are all responsible for our own thoughts and actions. We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements. Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender equal world.

On Monday we will mark IWD at St Edmund’s College. We acknowledge not only the vital role of women globally, but also the women close to our hearts - our mothers, grandmothers, partners, sisters and friends.

Prayer for International Women’s Day

Today we honour the women of all times and places:
Women of courage.
Women of hope.
Women of suffering.
Women of mourning.
Women living fully.
Women experiencing joy.
Women delighting in life.
Women giving life.
Women knowing the interconnectedness of the human family.
Women promoting human flourishing.
Women boldly leading the transformation of unjust global structures.
Women seeking and sharing wisdom.
Women seeking and sharing love.
Loving God, we celebrate your faithfulness and love. On this day we commit ourselves to promotion of the full humanity of all women. We know that whatever denies, diminishes, or distorts the full humanity of women is not of God.
Help us to be faithful to your call to love. Amen.

What’s Ahead for the remainder of Term 1…

Friday 13 March to Saturday 14 March - Edmund Rice Head 2 Heart Camp - Years 10 to 12 Students
Twenty students from St Mary’s and St Edmund’s Colleges are invited to participate in this 24-hour immersive experience. It is a camp to support children who may be at risk or disadvantaged. It is bound to be a lot of fun! Look out for more information. Leadership training afternoon for this camp will be on Thursday 12 March 3.00pm to 6.00pm.

Sunday 15 March: Combined Colleges’ Parish Mass 6.00pm
All are invited and welcomed to join us at Mass. Smart casual attire. Please sit with the students in the choir section and there will be a pizza supper after Mass.

Thursday 2 April: Year 7 Retreat Day
Year 7 students will gather to share their first retreat day. The day will build on their experiences at the Year 7 Camp as well as creating connections with other students and breaking open the EREA Touchstones.

Marysia Rice, Assistant Principal Identity

Learning & Teaching

Learning and Teaching

Important Reporting Information for Parents

REPORTING AND FEEDBACK ON EDE – INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

Last week I wrote to parents and caregivers about the timelines for reporting and when each year level would receive Academic Results and Affective (learning habits of the students) Results. This week I would like to explain to you how to access your son’s results and feedback on EDE so that you can do this as the students complete assessment and receive their feedback in class.

Even though you will not receive an Academic Result in Years 7 to 11, you will be able to view results and feedback from staff on EDE. As I stated last week, this form of feedback is well supported by Academic Research on the impact of task specific and timely feedback; that is, feedback that is given as closely as possible to the conclusion of the task.

I do appreciate that this is a change of practice and a change of mindset for parents / caregivers, staff and students and St Edmund’s College remains committed to communicating with you about these changes. A video explaining how to access EDE will be available shortly and parents will be notified.

The diagram below outlines the steps that parents and caregivers take to access two things:

1. The Year Level Assessment Calendar which shows you what assessment your son has coming up in each of his subjects.
2. How to access EDE to see the feedback for your son in each piece of assessment.



Middle School – Heads of Department Meeting and Writing Professional Development

This week at the Heads of Department meeting, Mr Marin, Director of Middle School, presented to Heads of Department about the online Writing Tool that students in Years 8 and 9 can use in conjunction with their English teachers, to work on improving their writing. This tool allows teachers to view students’ written work and the online marking tool identifies areas of strength and weakness to inform the student and teaching staff.
I thank Mr Marin for his leadership in this initiative to improve writing at the College and I thank the teaching staff who are working with the students.

Year 12 ATAR

This week Ms Henness and I invited the sixty-five Year 12 students who are sitting more than one 50% External Exam to a morning tea. This gathering was to demonstrate our support, let the students know that we do know who they are, hear their voice about how they are travelling, and hear any concerns they have. We all agreed at the end of the meeting that this will be ongoing and we will meet again in the final week of term.

A Final Note – Parents and Exam Preparation

As we move to Week 7, I know that all students have assignments and that I am proactively working with my Year 10 Transition to Legal Studies class to prepare them for their exam. I implore all parents and caregivers to speak with your sons about managing assignment workloads with exam preparation. This is a constant topic of conversation in my classroom as I endeavour to work with my students about their time management and therefore, I know that it will be the same for all staff. We have a constant desire to help your sons achieve positive outcomes in their academic work.

Best wishes.

Carmel James, Assistant Principal Learning and Teaching

Library News

What Matters?

What Matters? is a 'catalyst for young thinkers and young writers to develop a perspective, a point of view, on where we're heading as a society'.

Inspired by Gough Whitlam's commitment to involving young people in the shaping of Australia's future, the competition is currently open to school students in Years 5 to 12 from Australia. Responding to the simple question 'what matters?', entrants are free to express their views on any matter they care about.





Senior School

Middle School

Pastoral News

Pastoral News

Eddies' Men Can (EMC) - Week 6

This week saw our students engage in a myriad of topics aimed at assisting with their personal growth and development whilst challenging them to expand their views and preconceived ideas.

Year 7 EMC reinforced ‘The Golden Rule’ and how St Edmund’s advocates that we treat others as we would like to be treated. Students were taken through activities that focused on what bullying is, why it happens, where it happens, the effects and the difference between bullying and conflict. Ultimately, our zero-tolerance stance was highlighted and students were encouraged to report bullying because silence only empowers the bully and allows the problem to persist.

Year 8 EMC focused on camp preparation. Students concentrated on skills, abilities, gifts, talents and what makes a good team. They learned about the activities that they will engage in at camp in order to consider the talents and skills that will be needed. Acceptance of others’ gifts and talents highlights that some boys will be good at some things and some will be good at other things. Acceptance and treating others with respect is essential in order to live by ‘The Golden Rule’ – treat others the way you would like to be treated.

Year 9 EMC was led by a guest presenter Mr Shane Carr who is an educator and counsellor with a longstanding connection to our College. The lecture-style session further developed the concepts of managing conflict and anger which was introduced in the last lesson. Students watched a role-play, reflected on how pent-up anger influences our responses, reflected on their personal anger responses and were introduced to some coping mechanisms and strategies.

Year 10 EMC focused on the skill of mentoring others and how this is one that students will draw on at various times in their lives and future careers. Whether it be showing the ropes to an employee, new to the workplace of their part-time job or being a second-year apprentice assisting a trainee, these skills are important. In our context it is essential that our Year 7 students are mentored and inducted to St Edmund’s College effectively. Peer mentoring for some, will include common-sense considerations; however, the maturity level of our Year 10 boys varies and therefore, all our students need guidelines as to what it means to be an effective brother to another.

Year 11 EMC - Respect is a word often used in society, but what does it actually mean for an adolescent male? The aim of this lesson was to expose the students to information relating to Respect. Specifically, respect for themselves, respect for others and how to gain respect.

Year 12 EMC - Pope Francis stated, ‘We would like before all else to reaffirm that every person, regardless of sexual orientation, ought to be respected in his or her dignity and treated with consideration’. As an EREA school, we strive to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment free from bullying and harassment. Therefore, the overarching topic for this lesson was about diversity, in particular diversity of gender identification and sexual orientation. In turn, as individuals and as a community we need to be understanding, accepting and tolerant of the choices of others. Students were challenged to cease the use of any slurs and put downs. Our Inclusive Community Touchstone, which states that, ‘Our community is accepting and welcoming, fostering right relationships and committed to the common good’ was central to this lesson.

If you would like to read more and access the relevant EREA documents please visit https://www.erea.edu.au/about-...

Ms Vanessa Bell, Director of Students

Year 8 Camp - Week 7

Camp Kokoda - Monday 9 March to Wednesday 11 March 2020

The Year 8 Camp is on again next week from Monday to Wednesday. The camp is held at Camp Kokoda, located near the lovely Maroon Dam and we have been going to this venue for the last four years. The boys enjoy being outdoors and it provides a great challenge for them.

The Year 8 Camp Objectives are:

1) A step up from Year 7 camp and a prelude to Year 9 camp
• Two nights in tents instead of one
• Hike/ further/longer
• Cooking for themselves
• Packing their own belongings and equipment as camping out

2) Challenge individuals
• Hike is challenging and some boys want to quit very early.
• High ropes is challenging as some boys are scared of heights and also need to focus to support others
• Two nights out of their comfort zone (comfy bed/showers)
• Menu – not McDonalds

3) Team work
• The boys need to work together on a number of tasks/initiatives
• The hike/bike is only as fast as the slowest team member
• Food preparation is a team job

4) Skill building
• Canoeing
• Climbing/Ropes
• Cooking
• Camping/tents etc
• Bush Navigation

5) Fun
• Plenty of time for fun
• We want the boys to have good memories from camp

6) Reflection
• Reflect on their challenges of camp to help them back at school
• Reflect on what strategies they learnt that they can use back at school with skills/people/perseverance
• Pride in staying the distance/success

It will be a great adventure and if you want to get a sense of how great, click the link below to see a clip highlighting the fun and challenges the boys will have next week.

Mr Noel Gardner, Year 8 Camp Coordinator



Year 12 Formal

Thursday 14 May 2020 - Ipswich Civic Centre

Skool2Skoolies 2020

St Edmund’s College Skool2Skoolies

Would you like to sponsor the St Edmund’s College 2020 Year 12 Skool2Skoolies fundraising ride?

All funds raised by this annual Skool2Skoolies initiative are directed to the Ipswich Hospice and St Vincent de Paul.



A range of sponsorship packages are available, starting at $500, in graduated levels up to $2500.

Donations are also accepted.

If you would like more information regarding the annual St Edmund’s College Year 12 Skool2Skoolies fundraising initiative, please email Mr Michael Podolak, Pastoral Dean: mpodolak@sec.qld.edu.au





2019 SEC Skool2Skoolies Riders

Career News

General

Music and Cultural

Music News

Performing Arts Night

Our first Performing Arts Night for 2020 took place on Wednesday night. The evening was a sample of the talented students we are privileged to have at both St Edmund’s and St Mary’s Colleges. There were many great performances including the Combined Colleges’ Concert Band rendition of ‘Old Town Road’ to open the evening; the Junior Contemporary Ensemble performing the Fatboy Slim classic ‘Praise You’; the College Choir singing a vivacious version of the Elton John song ‘I’m Still Standing’ and Lachlan Wesener’s looping performance of the Billie Eilish mega-hit ’Bad Guy.’

I would like to thank all the staff involved in this event. These include Ms Frances O’Sullivan, Mr Chris Barton (Sound and Lighting), Mr Jesse Gold, Ms Hannah Douglas, Ms Courtney Fook (St Mary’s Cultural Leader) and Ms Diana Maynard (St Mary’s Choral Conductor). Thank you to the college instrumental tutors for helping to prepare students for this event.

I would also like to thank the College Leadership team for their continued support of the Performing Arts Department, and all staff, parents, peers and friends who attended to support our talented students. It was especially pleasing to see several ex-students present on the night. A few told me how the evening brought back many wonderful memories of their stage performances.

Assembly Performance

Last Friday the Senior Contemporary Ensemble performed the ‘The Reason’ by Hoobastank. I commend the students in this ensemble as they managed to learn this song and polish it to performance standard in a very short period of time. This demonstrates the commitment and dedication the students have in the College’s Performing Arts program and I applaud their efforts. Thank you also to Mr Jesse Gold for playing bass in this ensemble.

Instrumental Program

The numbers for our instrumental program are looking very strong. I encourage all students to keep practising hard and make sure they are attending their lessons. Students will need to bring their student ID card to every lesson, as they are required to sign in and out of their music lesson.

Mr Tim Kirkwood, Director of Music

Sport

AIC Australian Rules Results - 28/29 February 2020

Round 4 Vs Marist College Ashgrove

Opens – Loss 6.6 (36) – 13.7 (85). A slow start allowed Marist to open a lead we could not pull back. The SEC men did well to stem the flow of easy goals by forcing the opposition to the edges. Our overuse of the ball in our forward half cost us the opportunity to kick more goals and place not only field pressure, but scoreboard pressure, back onto Marist. A more determined long and direct style of play was adopted in the final half of the game which saw Marist struggle to dominate possession but allowed our forward line to kick several majors. A very competitive match and a lot to build on as we head into the bye.

Year 8/9 – Loss 1.0 (6) – 16.12 (108). A game where we saw some good patches from our players, but not sustained to put any pressure on the Marist team, who once again proved too skilful and athletic for the majority of our team. Tafito Falaniko Ah-Ki gave an eye-catching performance, tackling with intent and driving the ball forward from numerous stoppages. Conrad Browne and Aedan O’Brien never gave up, Brodie Bettiens was solid in defence and Jamison Wilson and Julian Cruice again produced four consistent quarters of football. We will continue to work hard at training while celebrating the little wins.

Year 7 – Loss 0.0 (0) – 15.11 (107).We were outplayed from the first bounce. A more athletic Marist team were always a step ahead of our defence. We had good passages of play, but could not move the ball to a scoring position. Marist was simply too good in the middle and dominated every statistic. A solid effort from our midfield, who ran hard all game having no interchange players. Jamieson McWatt and Ethan Greaves were our best players.

AIC Volleyball Results - 29 February 2020

Round 4 Vs Marist College Ashgrove

Firsts – Loss 0 – 3 Too many unforced errors kept us from taking the lead at key moments of this game. Despite an incredible number of free points that we gave away, we were able to hang in each set and contest right to the very end. Marist was simply too skilled to give free points to. Merrick Small was inspirational, leading the team from the front all game. Thornton Hendry, Byron Williams and Liam Kember gave it all they had.

Seconds – Loss 0 – 2 Unfortunate defeat in what was a tight game the whole way through. There were great passages of play shown however, small mistakes are what cost us. Callum Gilchrist and Kane Sherman played well.

Thirds – Loss 0 – 2 The boys had a fun game on Saturday vs Marist. Despite being down 2 sets against a more skilful opponent, the team dug deep in the 3rd set only to finally go down 18-16. Zachary Friels served very well, and Connor Morrison toiled hard at the net.

11A – Loss 0 – 2 A convincing loss against a side well-matched with skill but out-willed us with their attitude to the game. Our traditional slow start managed to get the better of us early in each set and we did not manage to claw our way back this time around. Jass Wood served well yet again, Ryan Wolff and Kylan Rickards did their best in attack while Lachlan Brown fought through illness to do his best to service the team. Tyreece Page-Woodbridge played out of position late in the game and did a more-than-effective job.

10A – Loss 1 – 2 The 10A guys fought hard throughout the match winning a tough first set, just missing out in the second and unfortunately losing the deciding set. Some improvements in teamwork were seen.

10B – Loss 0 – 2 Tough loss for the boys this weekend in a tight game. We fought well throughout both sets. Great games from Cohan Patrick and Zachary King.

10C – Win 2 – 1 Great win for the fellas dominating the first and third sets. Top efforts from Jonathan Herron and Linc Bentley.

9A – Loss 1 – 2 Not our day on court. Slow starts to sets along with unforced errors on the net ultimately led to Marist getting the win. More trust in our team mates and cleaner skills on the net will aid us in coming weeks. It was good to finally play how we know we can in the 3rd.

9B – Loss 0 – 3 The boys worked well on the whole today but could not close the deal in each set. They faced a tough, well drilled and disciplined team that made few errors. They pushed our boys all the way and pressured our guys into making mistakes which was our downfall.

9C – Loss 1 – 2 Another close call for the 9Cs. After being down, 10-14 in the first we rallied to close the set out. Communication errors at critical points cost us vital points throughout. Good serving from Noah Burns-McGreevy levelled the third 14-14 from 11-14.

8A – Win 3 – 0 Reward for 6 weeks of effort. Coming up against an undefeated opponent and still yet to have a win, we had no reason to be so optimistic other than knowing we have been playing well and improving each week. Our team is well balanced, and this was evident by all 9 players having outstanding games.

8B – Win 2 – 1 A great start full of energy and movement. We maintained that focus throughout the first two sets to secure the win. Excellent serving from Ryan Prenzler and Martyn Leonard capitalised on the great hunger all our boys showed to keep the ball alive. Well done lads.

8C – Loss 1 – 2 An outstanding effort against the currently undefeated leaders. A few minor errors in the first set was the only difference, with SEC just falling short. An improved second set, their best team effort this year saw them take the set 25-23. Although working hard, Marist took the third set and the game. Everyone in the team played out of their skins with Jed Wilson particularly on his game.

7A – Win 3 – 0 A MASSIVE 3-0 win against Marist. In what were very tight sets the boys held firm and stuck to our court structure. Our passing in defence and scramble play was enough to take each set when we needed clutch points – 23/25, 28/30, 13/15. A great WIN. All players contributed and played exceptionally well.

7B – Loss 1 – 2 A tough loss this week. After a close first set we won the second convincingly with some good volleyball. Unfortunately, we didn’t continue the good things in the third set and went down. Good learning experience for the players.

7C – Win 2 – 1 A great team win which displayed our confidence with passing and execution with serve. The team kept constant pressure on Marist through calculated serving and making sure our shape in back court didn’t allow easy balls to hit the floor. Great serving Joshua Brown and Levi Siala.

7D – Loss 1 – 2 Started off very strong; however, a few quick points by the opposition put us on the back foot for the rest of the match.

AIC Cricket Results - 29 February 2020

Round 4 Vs Marist College Ashgrove

Firsts – Loss 6/127 to 4/249. Caleb McDonald was the best wicket taker with 2 wickets for 18 runs and Dylan McAteer the most economical bowler 10 overs for 39 runs. The best with the bat in the run chase was Dylan McAteer with 28 runs, Koby Rae with 21 runs and Patrick Schmidt,16 runs. The team played well but there is room for improvement and need to continue working hard.

Seconds – No result due to weather

10A – Loss 76 to 2/77. The Eddies team were sent in to bat after losing the toss. The loss of early wickets never allowed them to recover, eventually being all out for 76. A highlight was Connor Sampson carrying his bat through the whole innings to finish on a superb 63*. The players started their bowling innings well, restricting Marist to 1/9 in the first 7 overs. They were unable to sustain this with Marist eventually passing the score in the 20th over.

9A – Win 6/139 to 6/137. A well earned victory for the players after a great week at training. We continue to work on our skills and are beginning to execute them in a game situation. Good bowling from Ben Watson 0/15 off 5 overs and Ben Naish 5/19 off 6 overs kept the Marist total down. Confidence was high going into the run chase and a very well constructed 63 not out from Ben Naish helped guide the team home with support from Ryan Pickering (13) and Ethan Windolf, who helped close the game with an over to spare.

8A – Loss 63 to 3/180. Marist made 3/180 from their 30 overs, with SEC 10/63. Good fielding was punctuated by wild bowling. Batting efforts were average with glimpses of positive things to come from Bill Stewart.

8B – Loss 3/180 to 63. Siluna Nanayakkara top scored with 20 while Joel Edwards was our best bowler.

7A – Win 9/112 to 99. The singing of ‘Place of faith and glory’ was certainly heartfelt after SEC’s maiden victory in AIC Cricket on Saturday. After losing the toss and being put into bat, Eddies showed the patience talked about all week to reach 112 from their 30 overs. Our goal was to reach triple figures and we did that; thanks to the batting efforts of Liam Costello (31), Samson Noffke (17) and Samuel Morris (19). Defending 112 was going to be difficult, but tight early bowling from Noffke and Morris ensured Marist trickled to 3/41 at drinks. The opposition upped their strike rate in the final fifteen overs; however, a magnificent spell by Euan Hinchliffe of 4 wickets for 1 run halted their late charge. While there is still plenty to improve, St Edmund’s cricket has a bright future.
7B – Loss 88 to 3/161. The result did not go our way, but there were many positives to be taken from the game. John Clark’s figures of 1/3 off 2 overs with the ball and then scoring 12 with the bat was one of the highlights for the game. A special mention to William Schreiber, after last week’s performance, who scored 18 and was only stopped by a tight run-out. Both Phoenix and Kynan Jackson have come from not being able to put their pads on at the start of the season to this week both scoring double digits. These improvements keep coming and are a testament to the work that the players put in at training.

AIC AFL Fixtures - 6/7 March 2020

Round 5 Vs St Peter's Lutheran College

FRIDAY 6 March 2020 - Years 8, 9 and Opens

TEAM

TIME

H/A

VENUE

Open

BYE

8/9

4.30pm

Away

Coorparoo FC, Field 1, 33 Birubi St, Coorparoo

BUS INFORMATION

Bus for Years 8/9 Australian Rules players leaves the College at 2:30pm and returns at approximately 6:30pm


SATURDAY 7 March 2020 - Year 7

TEAM

TIME

H/A

VENUE

Year 7

BYE

AIC Volleyball Fixtures - 7 March 2020

Round 5 Vs St Peter's Lutheran College

TEAM

TIME

H/A

VENUE

FIRSTS

12:15pm

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Show Court, Woodend

SECONDS

11:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 1, Woodend

THIRDS

9:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 1, Woodend

11A

10:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 1, Woodend

10A

11:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 2, Woodend

10B

10:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 2, Woodend

10C

9:15am

Home

St Edmund’s College, College Hall, Court 2, Woodend

9A

12:00pm

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 1, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

9B

11:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 1, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

9C

12:00 noon

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 2, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

8A

10:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 1, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

8B

9:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 1, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

8C

8:15am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 1, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

7A

11:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 2, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

7B

10:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 2, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

7C

9:00am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 2, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

7D

8:15am

Away

SPLC Gym, Court 2, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly

Please be advised that the Volleyball Court boundary lines are in close proximity to the surrounding wall.

BUS INFORMATION

Bus for 9C, 9B, 9A, 8C, 8B, 8A, 7D, 7C, 7B and 7A departs SEC at 7:00am and returns at 2:00pm approximately.

Volleyball & Firsts Cricket Photo Schedule 7 March 2020

Saturday 7 March - Photos taken in SEC Siberia Meeting Area

8.00am - Firsts Cricket

8.40am- 10C Volleyball


8.50am - 3rds Volleyball


9.40am - 10B Volleyball


9.50am - 11A Volleyball


10.40am - 10A Volleyball


10.50am - 2nds Volleyball


11:15am - 1sts Volleyball


Please make sure that you are on time and your FULL playing uniform is neat and tidy

AIC Cricket Fixtures - 7 March 2020

Round 5 Vs St Peter's Lutheran College

FIRSTS

9:30am

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 1, Church Street, Tivoli -

Turf

SECONDS

1:00pm

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 2, Church Street, Tivoli -

Turf

10A

8:15am

Home

Tivoli Sporting Complex, Field No 2, Church Street, Tivoli -

Turf

9A

8:15am

Away

St Peter's Lutheran College, Mayer Oval, enter off Indooroopilly Road, Indooroopilly -

Turf

8A

1:00pm

Away

St Peter's Lutheran College, Mayer Oval, enter off Indooroopilly Road, Indooroopilly -

Turf

8B Vs PADUA 8C

11:30am

Away

Padua College, 80 Turner Rd, Assisi Oval -

Synthetic

7A

1:00pm

Away

St Peter's Lutheran College, Stolz Oval, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly -

Turf

7B vs SPLC 7C

8:15am

Away

St Peter's Lutheran College, Stolz Oval, enter off Lambert Road, Indooroopilly -

Turf

Please note: Players are asked to arrive at least 30 minutes before the game starts.

Tuckshop

Tuckshop Roster - Week 7

Week commencing 9 March 2020

Monday 9 March: P Smith, M Rose
Tuesday 10 March: G Weier, M Towne
Wednesday 11 March: S Walker, K Jackson, S Dutt
Thursday 12 March: D Morris, K Elliott
Friday 13 March: T Williams, T Trost

School News

St Edmund's Twilight Tours - Wednesday 18 March 2020

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Ipswich City Council Notification of Road Works - Mary Street Closure

5 March to 31 March 2020


Elizabeth Street, Woodend (Timothy Molony Park)

On behalf of the Infrastructure and Environment Department, I wish to advise you that Ipswich City Council will shortly commence work in your area.

Council will be carrying out pipe relining work to the storm water main that runs under Timothy Molony Park at Elizabeth Street, Ipswich.

To allow works to be completed safely a section of Mary Street will be closed with access available for local traffic only, a map showing the location of the road closure is provided below.

Work is expected to commence Thursday, 5 March 2020, and will take approximately four weeks to complete, weather permitting.

The work involves:

  • Cleaning of the underground stormwater system; and
  • Relining of the underground stormwater system.

Construction activities may affect residents/businesses in the following ways:

  • Increase in noise associated with machinery movement;
  • Closure of a section of Mary Street to allow the work to be completed safely; and

· Traffic control will be used to control traffic.

The Project Manager for these works will be Derek Durocher. Please direct any enquiries to Council’s Infrastructure and Environment Department on 07 3810 6666 during office hours (8:00am to 4:30pm) or IED.Projects@ipswich.qld.gov.au

As the completed works will be of benefit to residents and the community at large, your co-operation and patience will be greatly appreciated.

Road Closure: Mary Street, Woodend

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