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MOUNT HOTHAM SKI TRIP

09 September 2016

YR 7 BOYS HOCKEY REPORT

22 August 2016

First Game:

We played really well, but we were still learning which was okay. People waited for the ball instead of chasing for it, but we were still learning game tactics and play. We lost a goal but not to our fault, just well played by the opposition Bellarine. We started to develop more defence and midfield play. We kept our structured positions.

Dylan R in his first game at goalkeeper was amazing and must have stopped at least ten shots. Tyler B-M positioned himself well as our high f…

BREAKFAST CLUB

22 August 2016

Are you sick and tired of these cold winter mornings? Then, come and join us at the LSC Breakfast Club in room 311, every Tuesday and Friday. Breakfast is available for free to all students, from 8.20am to 8.55am.

Former student Fiona Foster and Lara Secondary staff member Sally Ong kindly volunteer their mornings every week to help fill the bellies of LSC students, prepping them for a busy day.

Research shows that having breakfast in the morning can increase concentration and physical perf…

SENIOR DEBATING EVENING

22 August 2016

On Thursday 4th August a small group of committed debaters presented their arguments on the topic: ‘That Australia is a poor international citizen.’

Despite the challenging topic, all speakers put forward relevant and interesting arguments, and were able to rebut their opposing teams cleverly. All speakers are to be congratulated on their performances that evening, and for putting their name down for this extra curricular activity. The students who took part were: Bryce C, Ronan J, Tate E, Ni…

Spine Crackers Book Club Melbourne Excursion

22 August 2016

On Wednesday 3rd August 2016 we did a tour of the Library at the Dock and had a ride on the Melbourne Star Observation wheel.

I liked the library visit , got Pokemon there, and liked lunch. Already been on the wheel. Jaiimyn W . 9 F

It was exciting to tour the library and we got to learn about all that they do there but the ferris wheel was a lot more fun as we could see the entire city.

Christine I 10 C

The Melbourne excursion was amazing.  The dock library tour was great because it …

Hands On Learning Update

05 August 2016

Over the past few weeks, the troops in HOL have been working hard designing and creating their own pallet furniture for their HOL shed.  They have made multiple bench seats each with a personal design as well as stools, pigeon holes and last  but not least, the centrepiece dining table!

The HOL team sourced raw pallets from Geelong Brush Company and then tirelessly prepared the pallets into workable timber to create their masterpieces.

A fine amount of teamwork and comradery was display…

Intermediate Boys Soccer

05 August 2016

Intermediate Boys Soccer

The intermediate boys soccer team coached by Mr Wang headed out to play their inter-school games at Grovedale Reserve on 21 July. They faced a great challenge on that day as only ten players were on the pitch. Though they were knocked out after the group stage every player worked exceptionally hard in the team. Cas (second left from the front row) chose to play until the last minute after suffering an injury in the final game.  Well done boys!

 

 

Camp Koala - Student Reflection

05 August 2016

STUDENT  CAMP REFLECTION  BY  CHELLEY S.  YEAR 11

Camp Koala

There are a lot of ‘what if’s’ running inside my brain as we drive in a pleasantly calm 17th of July to Camp Wyuna located in Bellarine Peninsula. What if I will just make a fool out of myself?  What if I bore them when I’m going to present about Lara?  What if I always stutter when I try to talk to them? What if they will find me weird?  What if I will be a loner all throughout the camp and so on?  But those…

STAGE BAND

22 July 2016

Our new Stage Band had their first rehearsal Thursday 14th July and it was so much fun! We will be rehearsing every Thursday 3:30-4:30 from now on; preparing a wide range of Swing and Jazz tunes to perform later in the year. Thanks to Mr Heskett for helping out too!

 

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Medieval Day

22 July 2016

On Wednesday our Year 7 students participated in Medieval Day, actively learning about this period of history. Students experienced some of the games that were traditional at this time, tried on costumes and practiced on musical instruments. A medieval lunch was served, with the added luxury of some tomato sauce and all relishing the vegetable soup accompanying the sausages. Much hilarity could be heard from a number of the activities as staff joined in, particularly with the ‘clubbing’ games (…