Year 5 Immersion Concert
Junior School Step Up Day
Senior School Pupil Free Day
Year 7 Celebration Dinner
Years 4 to 7 Swimming Carnival
Prep to Year 3 Swimming Carnival
Final Day Term 4
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|Monday - Friday||8:00am - 4:15pm|
|Monday||2:00pm - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||2:00pm - 5:00pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 2:00pm|
|Monday||8:00am - 11:00am|
|Tuesday||2:00pm - 5:00pm|
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By this point in November, the combined efforts of our entire community and the resulting accomplishments of another school year become very apparent as the College year reaches its crescendo in a week headlined by Speech Night and Year 12 Graduation.
Speech Night 2013 provided the perfect setting in which to showcase the student performances and achievements that have helped define OC's 25th Anniversary year. These include:
• Record graduate OP scores, with 96% of students receiving an OP Score between OP1 to OP15 - strong enough to see Ormiston College ranked among Queensland's Top 10 schools.
• Record College NAPLAN results - again positioning Ormiston College among Queensland's Top 10 secondary schools.
• A first for OC Sport - Overall Champion School for 2013 in T.A.S. Sport.
• An exceptional year for the Arts, including the amazing CATS production, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, countless Eisteddfod accolades and our highest ever number of student musicians selected in the State Honours Ensemble program;
• OC's highest ever student enrolment;
While these are impressive headlines that represent pinnacle achievements for our 25 year old College, there are countless more personal milestones and achievements, less obvious perhaps but no less important to the many students, families and teachers who worked to realise them day after day throughout the year.
We congratulate everyone involved, but particularly each of our students on their participation in such a successful year and their personal journey of learning, growth and development.
For some of these students, last week was also their final week as a student of Ormiston College. The graduation of our Year 12 students is always a positive, proud and emotional occasion for the College and Year 12 families alike.
The Class of 2013 have enriched our College in so many ways. We thank each of them for their contribution and know that they now leave the campus with the philosophy, spirit and state of mind that is OC. We also know our graduates are well equipped for the future and we look forward to hearing of their continued success in the next exciting phase of their lives.
For those that remain, there are nine days of school, hopefully followed by a safe and happy Christmas holiday, before all the excitement and possibility that only a new school year can bring.
YEAR 12 GRADUATION
The College farewelled the Year 12 students in appropriate fashion, following well-established traditions at the whole College Assembly on Friday, 15 November. The Year 12s and their families then moved to the Lingo Lin Theatre for the Valedictory and Graduation Ceremony. It was wonderful to see almost a full Theatre for this important event.
The Year 12s chosen theme for the Valedictory was "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." The Chairperson was Mitchell McDermott who began by welcoming everyone, including Mr Miller, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ormiston College, and Mr Clauson who gave the Response on behalf of the Board of Directors during the Ceremony. The Theme provided an inspirational focus for the Valedictory Ceremony, as Mitchell reminded the Year 12s: "Now we have the opportunity to enter the wider world and make our mark upon that world. We are moving into what we see as our future. ‘Faith is taking the first step, even when we don't see the whole staircase.' However we will have to create that future, that staircase. We will have to engage with our world. We can settle for a narrow world, or we can engage into the infinite possibilities of our expanding and spacious world."
Memories of the growth the Year 12s had already made were brought out by Chai-Yin Wu speaking about Year 8; Oliver Sydes with Year 9; Olivia McLoughlin with Year 10; Craig MacKechnie with Year 11 and Kurt Lewis with Year 12. Thank Yous were offered to Parents by Nicola Jones; to Coaches and Mentors by Kris Deighton, to Teachers by Emily Bennet and to Friends by Liam Racji-Betts.
Mr and Mrs Saleh have been parents of the College for 24 years, so it was very fitting that Mrs Saleh gave the Parents' Response and indicated that in the midst of all that the College offers students, her own children really value the friends and friendships which they made here and which still survive to this day.
It was a day for celebration and for looking forward and for congratulations as the 2013 Seniors graduated and moved off to the next stage of their life. We all wish them Health and Happiness.
THE VALEDICTORY GIFT
On display in the Theatre Foyer during Friday's ceremony was a large group of Valedictory Books which have already been purchased from the generous parent donations of the Valedictory Gift. These surrounded the Valedictory Book which carries the name of each Year 12 student with the gold stamp alongside the name of any students whose parents have provided a Valedictory Gift. It is not too late to participate in the Valedictory Gift, so please contact Adele Lowe via firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone her on 3821 8748. The College sincerely thanks all those who have participated in the Valedictory Gift.
Deputy to the Headmaster
FAREWELL YEAR 12
Last week the Seniors of 2013 were farewelled at Speech Night on Wednesday, the Year 11 and 12 Luncheon on Thursday and on their final day we marked the occasion with two ceremonies. Initially, students from Prep to Year 11, Staff and Year 12 families gathered on the sports court of the Somerset Centre for a Whole School Assembly. Led by our twenty five Medallion students, who have been continuously at the College since the beginning of Year 1, our Seniors enjoyed a rousing reception as they proceeded through a Guard of Honour formed by our Year 6, 7 and Year 11 students. This was followed by a more intimate Valedictory and Graduation Ceremony in the Theatre for the Year 12s and their families. The heartfelt words from students, staff and parents really highlighted the significance of the occasion. Congratulations Year 12 on a job well done and good luck!
2013 MEDALLION STUDENTS
|Royce Adcock||Lewis Fitzgerald||Joshua Poole|
|Georgia Bailey||Sebastian Frank||Isabelle Richards|
|Emily Bennett||Joseph Gillespie||Zacariah Saleh|
|Elise Bourke||William Gray||Troy Sparkes|
|Mark Brann||Jessie Grewar||Ingrid Williams|
|Shelton Brown||Edward Ku||Chia-Yin-Wu|
|Brittany Collins||Melissa Laker||Claudia Young|
|Kristopher Deighton||Annabel McCafferty|
|Kathryn Dowling||Taylah Mordacz-Upston|
YEAR 10 AND 11 BLOCK EXAMS
The second part of the block exam period occurs on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November for Years 10 and 11. Details about the remaining assessment pieces for these year groups can be found on the calendar through Parent Lounge. It is expected that students will be working hard in the next couple of days as this weekend represents the final opportunity to prepare for these exams. Please note that Year 10 students complete Block Exams at lunch time on Tuesday when normal timetabled classes resume.
YEAR 9 NAPLAN
The 2013 Year 9 NAPLAN results were very pleasing and saw Ormiston College named as one of the State's top ten performing schools. Since the commencement of NAPLAN, Year 9 cohorts at Ormiston College have regularly been recognised as one of the State's best, however, the 2013 results deserve special mention. The NAPLAN tests provide valuable data because they are an external measure of the improvement that occurs with a group of students as they move from Year 3 to Year 5 to Year 7 and ultimately to Year 9. In the early and middle years of schooling, Ormiston College places particular emphasis on Numeracy and Literacy and consequently the NAPLAN results provide valuable feedback on the effectiveness of these programs.
The pleasing aspect of this year's NAPLAN results at Year 9 is the improvement this group has shown since Year 7. In the areas of Writing, Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation, the 2013 results show our greatest ever improvement over the two year period from Year 7 to Year 9. Additionally, the results for Numeracy were the best ever recorded by a Year 9 cohort at Ormiston College. These results affirm the value of the work being done in the areas of Numeracy and Literacy and are credit to the teachers and the students.
The Senior School is holding quite a lot of unclaimed lost property. If you are missing items, please ask your child to check the lost property at the Senior School Office in the next two weeks as we will not continue to hold unnamed items over the Christmas holidays.
Students should ensure that they can account for all their book hire textbooks and their locker key. We will ask for the return of these items in the last week of Term so please prepare for this now.
YEAR 6 SOI TESTING
Preparations are well advanced for the 2014 year. On Wednesday 27 November our current Year 6 students will do the SOI test with Mr Imison so we can gather some more information about the learning profiles of our students in preparation for Year 7. On this day we will also be joined by Year 6 students from other schools who will be starting their association with Ormiston College as Year 7 students in 2014. I extend a warm welcome to these students as they start their transition into the Middle School.
MARKING AND REPORTING DAY
Parents are reminded that next Friday, 29 November is a Pupil Free Day in the Senior School to assist teachers complete marking and reporting.
The 2014 Stationery Lists orders are due by Friday, 29 November. As this day is a Pupil Free Day in the Senior School please ensure your Stationery Lists are returned prior to this day. Please note that you can either place your orders online or hand in your order form to Senior reception. If you choose to order online, payment is required at the time of placing your order. If you return your order form to Senior reception, payment can be made at time of collection. All home delivery orders must be made online.
There are two days available for stationery collection as follows:
Wednesday, 22 January: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Thursday, 23 January: 12.00pm - 6.00pm
Head of Senior School
Ormiston College will welcome students from its Japanese sister school, Kanagawa Gakuen from 4 - 10 March 2014. The students are 15-16 year old girls.
We hope that Ormiston College families will continue their generous support of this exchange program by offering to host a student. Families are required to provide a friendly home, all meals and transport to and from school, and will be reimbursed $40 per night for costs incurred.
If you are interested in hosting, please return the Expression of Interest Form to Tomoko Carson, Japanese Teacher, by the end of November. The forms are available from the Senior and Junior School Offices. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Carson on 3821 8999 or via email email@example.com
Congratulations to all of the Music students who performed at Speech Night last week as members of Symphonic Band, OCCO, Jazz Band, OC Singers or the Cats medley. Each group impressed the College community with their performance and the music students continue to make an outstanding contribution to the most important night in the College's year. I would like to thank and acknowledge the Music Tutors, our Ensemble Directors Miss Grace Whiting, Miss Rebecca Thomas & Ms Danielle Logan for their hard work and support ensuring our students reached for musical excellence on the night.
YEAR 5 IMMERSION
This coming Monday, 25 November, the Year 5 Immersion program comes to a conclusion for 2013 with our showcase concert. The concert will start at 5.00pm in the Lingo Lin Theatre and will feature performances from all of the individual lesson groups in addition to performances from the Immersion Band and Immersion String Ensemble. This event is the culmination of a semester of hard work and the significant progress the students have made will clearly be on show as they perform. All Year 5 students are required to attend the concert and they will have a dress rehearsal from 3.00pm on Monday afternoon. Afternoon tea will be provided for all students. All family members and the whole OC community are invited to come along for this concert. OC students attending as audience members need to be dressed in full College uniform.
With the conclusion of the Year 5 Immersion program, instruments will be returned to the College on Tuesday, 26 November. Final details on returning instruments will be provided at the conclusion of the concert.
PREP PIANO CONCERT
Next Tuesday afternoon, 26 November, the Prep piano students involved in our Little Mozarts program will be presenting their end of year concert. The concert will be held in the JAC Lecture Theatre and will commence at 3.00pm. All family members and the wider OC community are invited to come along and be part of this very special concert.
MUSIC ENSEMBLE BREAK-UP & AWARDS
Last Monday, the Music Department held our annual Ensemble break-up party in the Hall of Fame. The afternoon tea provided an opportunity for all of those students involved in our various Ensembles in 2013 to come together and celebrate yet another successful year for OC Music. For the first time, the break-up included all students from Year 1 to 12 and there was a great community atmosphere throughout the event. Thank you to all of the Music Tutors and Ensemble Directors who assisted with this event and I would also like to thank the parents who came along for the afternoon.
For the first time, our break-up included a short awards ceremony to recognise the members of our Ensembles. Every student who is a current member of an Ensemble received a Certificate of Participation. In addition, a number of students received awards for the Most Valuable Performer within their Ensemble or the student Most Missed by their Ensemble in 2014. These award recipients were nominated by their Ensemble Directors and/or fellow members and recognise the significant contribution these students have made to their group through leadership, engagement and musicianship.
Congratulations once again to the following students:
Most Valuable Performer Award:
Advanced Guitar Ensemble - Kristina Hiratos & Sarah Richards
Beginner Guitar Ensemble - Emma Poole
Beginner String Ensemble - Charlotte Scanlan, Eva Morris & Lucy Morton
Brass Ensemble - Jan Waldman
Chambers Singers - Alys Holmes & Amy Harper
Concert Band - Alexander Rudd & Sarah Richards
Flute Ensemble - Tiani Vitharana
Intermediate Guitar Ensemble - Jarrod Fisher & Kyle Bryant
Intermediate Jazz Ensemble - Kali Roche
Jazz Band - Harry White & Troy Sparkes
Kinder Chorus Blue - Max Simmonds & Summer Brown
Kinder Chorus Maroon - Cameron Harris & Flo Farrar
OC Chorus - Amy Harper & Hannah Fox
OC Singers - Brittany Ball & Ella Speedie
OCCO - India Harvey-Logan & Kristina Hiratos
Pochino Choir - Chelsea James & Darcy O'Brien
Redback Chorus - Aiden Hawke & Paul Keasey
Sonata Strings - Ashley Blundell, Lauren Sullivan & Rebecca Cameron
Symphonic Band - Isabel Lopez-Rolden & Isabelle Richards
Symphony Strings - Nicolai Stewart & Sarah Wildner
Treble Clefs - Alexis Parrish & Cassandra Martin
Most Missed Musician in 2014:
Brass Ensemble - Troy Sparkes
Chambers Singers - Aiden Hawke & Melissa Laker
Flute Ensemble - Tiffany Ho
Jazz Band - Liam Ibbott
OC Chorus - Indianna Colledge & Melissa Laker
OCCO - Shelley Barfoot
Redback Chorus - Ben Olds & Harrison Aston
Symphonic Band - Troy Sparkes
Symphony Strings - Olivia McLoughlin
OC SINGERS COMMUNITY TOUR
Congratulations to all of the members of OC Singers on their very successful Community Tour on Monday this week. The students visited and performed at two local retirement villages and impressed their audience with their singing. The students were certainly great ambassadors for OC in the wider Redlands community. In addition to performing, the students participated in a sing-a-long of Christmas carols with their audience and presented the residents of the retirement village with handmade Christmas cards. I would like to acknowledge and thank Miss Rebecca Thomas for her work organising and running this event. Thank you to Ms Claire Brennan and Mrs Sonya Dewar for their assistance in preparing the event and being part of the performances on Monday.
MUSIC TUITION ENROLMENTS FOR 2014
The Music Department is currently processing all re-enrolments and new enrolments for lessons in 2014. Once again there is a high demand for our Music Tuition Program and any vacancies will fill quickly. If you would like your child to commence lessons on an instrument in 2014, now is the time to submit your Enrolment Form in preparation for next year. You can download the form HERE and return it via the office or email (preferred method) to firstname.lastname@example.org
EXTERNAL EXAM RESULTS
Since the last edition of our newsletter, the Music Department has received more external exam results for our Music Tuition students. I would like to congratulation and acknowledge the achievement of the following students:
George Storey Credit, AMEB Piano for Leisure Grade 4
Samuel Bond-Murphy High Distinction, AMEB Theory Grade 1
Bryce Kooyman Honours, AMEB Piano for Leisure Preliminary
Emily Pearson Honours, AMEB Singing Preliminary
Oliver Breadmore Credit (B+), AMEB Violin Grade 1
Mitchell Mostina Credit, AMEB Violin Grade 1
Alys Holmes Honours, AMEB Grade 4 Singing
Bradley Smithies High Distinction, AMEB Theory Grade 2
Eleanor Parrish Honours, AMEB Theory Grade 2
Chiara Gay High Distinction (100% correct), AMEB Theory Grade 1
Kyle Bryant High Distinction, AMEB Theory Grade 2
Sarah Naulls Credit, AMEB Theory Grade 3
There are still a number of students to sit exams or are waiting for results to return to the College for this year. If these arrive in time, we will endeavour to publish and acknowledge these students and their results before the end of the term.
Director of Music
ORMISTON COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR YEAR 7 AND YEAR 8 2015
Ormiston College offers scholarships for two key areas of excellence; Academic Excellence and General Excellence. Scholarships are being offered for students commencing Year 7, 2015 and Year 8, 2015.
If you are interested in having your child sit the examination for Year 7 or Year 8 entry scholarships, please register by following the procedure outlined below:
Registrations for the scholarship test will open on Monday, 18 November 2013 and close on Friday, 14 February 2014. Please note the registration fee is $115.00.
To register your child for the Year 7, 2015 Scholarship selection test, click here and you will be taken to ACER's website.
To register your child for the Year 8, 2015 Scholarship selection test, click here and you will be taken to ACER's website.
For further information regarding requirements and a program for the testing day, click here.
The scholarship examination for students wishing to be considered for a scholarship commencing in Year 8, 2015 will be held on Wednesday, 26 February 2014.
The scholarship examination for students wishing to be considered for a scholarship commencing in Year 7, 2015 will be held on Thursday, 27 February 2014.
Scholarship examinations will be held at the Somerset Sports Centre (Dundas Street entrance) beginning at 8.15am and finishing at approximately 1.00pm.
For further information, please contact Peta Scott, our Registrar on 3821 8984 or email@example.com or visit the College website link below http://www.ormistoncollege.com.au/content.cfm/Scholarships/8/ for further details.
OC SINGERS VISIT TO RENAISSANCE RETIREMENT VILLAGE
The OC Singers entertained the audiences at Renaissance Retirement Village and Cleveland Manor on Monday. The students sang a selection of songs for the residents. Thanks to Miss Thomas for conducting and organising this event, and to Ms Brennan for accompanying.
OC JUNIOR SCHOOL DRAMA FESTIVAL
The Junior School Drama Festival was held this week. Special thanks to Mrs Hardy and Miss Craig for their organisation of this event. We also take this opportunity to wish Mrs Hardy all the best for the upcoming birth of her baby and thank her for all of her hard work throughout the year.
MONDAY, 25 NOVEMBER - YEAR 5 IMMERSION CONCERT
The students in Grade 5 have been learning an instrument for the past semester as part of the Year 5 Immersion program. The students have come a really long way in a relatively short period of time and must be commended on their efforts. A big thank you must go to the Tutors for their excellent tuition. It is hoped that many of the students will now continue to enjoy learning an instrument at the College. We look forward to seeing you at this concert.
TUESDAY, 26 NOVEMBER - PREP PIANO CONCERT
The Prep students will show off their newly found talents at their recital on Tuesday afternoon.
WEDNESDAY, 27 NOVEMBER - STEP UP DAY - PREP to YEAR 5
We will hold our annual Step up Day on Wednesday, 27 November in the Junior School. All new and existing students from Prep - Yr6 will experience their next year level during the course of the morning.
SOI TESTING DAY - YEAR 7 & YEAR 8 2014
Last week Year 6 and Year 7 parents each received a letter in the mail about your child's SOI Testing Day on Tuesday, 19 November for Year 7 and Wednesday, 27 November for Year 6. Included with this letter was a program for the SOI Testing Day and five important forms. The Senior School require these forms to be completed to assist with their planning for the commencement of the 2014 school year. Please return these forms to your child's teacher on or before the scheduled SOI Testing Day. If you did not receive this information please contact Mrs Louise Peters on 3821 8924.
FRIDAY, 29 NOVEMBER - YEAR 6 ASSEMBLY
There will be a special Assembly for the Year 6 students on this day. The Year 6 students will receive their Completion of Junior School Certificates at this event. It will commence at 9.45am. All parents are welcome.
FRIDAY, 29 NOVEMBER - YEAR 7 CELEBRATION DINNER
The Year 7 Celebration Dinner will be held in the Hall of Fame on Friday, 29 November. The staff and students are really looking forward to this evening that celebrates the end of the student's Junior School Years. I am sure it will be a memorable occasion for all concerned.
MONDAY, 2 DECEMBER - YEARS 4 - 7 SWIMMING CARNIVAL
Commencing at 8.40am and concluding at 3.00pm.
TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER - PREP - 3 SWIMMING CARNIVAL
Year 1 - 9.00am - 10.00am Prep - 10.00am - 11.00am Year 2 - 11.00am - 12.00 noon Year 3 - 12.00 noon - 1.00pm
Please ensure all students have sunscreen, hats, water bottles and the appropriate swimwear for this event. We look forward to seeing you there.
WEDNESDAY, 4 DECEMBER - PRE-PREP - YEAR 2 CAROLS
All families are invited to come along to the Concert in the Lingo Lin Theatre. It will commence at 12.30pm and will conclude at approximately 2.30pm. We look forward to seeing you there.
THURSDAY, 5 DECEMBER - YEAR 7 ASSEMBLY
There will be a special Assembly for the Year 7 Students on this day. Year 7 students will receive their Completion of Junior School certificates at this event. It will commence at 9:45am.This is our final day of term. All parents welcome.
THURSDAY, 5 DECEMBER - ELC CHRISTMAS CONCERT
5.30pm - 8.30pm in the Junior School Courtyard.
Please click here to read the latest edition of Insights by Michael Grose.
Head of Junior School
Thank you to everyone who came along to our Carnival meeting this week. You will now have some idea of what is being planned for this terrific event!
Our P & F Volunteer Thank You Evening is being held on Wednesday, 27 November at 7.30pm in the Hall of Fame. Please RSVP to Melissa Mathews on email firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
0413 587 025
Need some new shoes for school? Why not drop into Athletes Foot over the holidays? Mention that you are from Ormiston College and they will donate $5 for every pair.
SCHOOL BANKING DAY - COMMONWEALTH BANK
The last week of term is very short, so banking will be on TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER. This should ensure that bank deposit books are returned to you prior to the end of term. The first banking day in 2014 will be WEDNESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY. We hope to see you then and in the meantime, have a lovely holiday. Be safe and be happy.
Glynis Sequeira & Simon Griffiths
Parent Volunteer School Banking Coordinators
DATES TO REMEMBER
27 November: P&F Drinks - Somerset Sports Centre
5 December: Year 3 Coffee Catch Up - Café Mila, Horizon @ Wellington
CARNIVAL NEWS - Edition 3
In this week's edition we have some new items of interest. Please take the time to read what the P&F Association has in mind for this wonderful event, by clicking here.
Some key items of interest:
• OC Rocks Music Competition - Encourage your children to enter. It's free! Great prize money! Plenty of time over the holidays to practice! Download the flyer and application form by clicking here now!
• Sponsorships Needed - Do you own a business or know of someone who would like to promote their business within the College and beyond? Sponsorships are the ideal platform for this! Download the Sponsorship Package for great advertising options by clicking here. Naming Rights still available! Please contact our advertising coordinator Julie Mearns on email@example.com for further details.
• Market Stalls - These spots will fill fast once the local community gets involved. If you are interested in selling your wares, don't delay! Please contact Philippa Brown on firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
• Volunteers! WE NEED YOU! - If an hour or two is all you can manage, we gratefully accept any and all help! Contact your Year Level Coordinator and sign up now to the volunteer list.
If you have any questions regarding the Carnival, please do not hesitate to contact me.
0413 587 025
Does your child LOVE Speech and Drama?
A holiday workshop aimed at 5 to 12 year olds will take place in the Ormiston College Junior Drama Room from Monday, 16 December to Thursday, 19 December. The workshop will run from 10.00am to 4.00pm for four days. On the last day children will give a presentation of their work to their parents.
Staff from Let's Talk Kids will be teaching the two age specific classes. This is an intensive course and children will learn a variety of skills associated with the performing arts. Places are limited.
If you would like to enrol your child in this workshop please click here for more details or go to www.ltkspeechanddrama.com.au or call Melissa on 3821 5755.
The ROCC Shop will be open during the last week of school and the Christmas holiday period as follows:
Monday 2 December 8.00am - 11.00am
Tuesday 3 December 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Wednesday 4 December 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Thursday 5 December 8.00am - 11.00am
Monday 9 December 8.00am - 12.00 noon
Tuesday 10 December 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Wednesday 11 December 8.00am - 12.00 noon
Monday 13 January 8.00am - 11.00am
Tuesday 14 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Wednesday 15 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Thursday 16 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Friday 17 January 8.00am - 2.00pm
Monday 20 January 8.00am - 11.00am
Tuesday 21 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Wednesday 22 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Thursday 23 January 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Friday 24 January 8.00am - 2.00pm
ROCC SHOP TERM TIME HOURS
Monday: 8.00am - 11.00am
Tuesday: 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Wednesday: 2.00pm - 5.00pm
Uniforms may be left at the ROCC Shop for resale if they are freshly laundered, in good repair and current school uniform. Any items found unsuitable will be discarded.
Would you like to become a ROCC Shop volunteer? If you have two hours to spare once a month then we would love to hear from you. Please leave your name and phone number with the Senior School receptionist or call in at the ROCC Shop.
For the ROCC Shop Roster Monday, 25 November - Wednesday 4 December, please click here.
Please click on the Tuckshop Roster link below to see where help is needed, and telephone the Tuckshop Convenor, Janelle Reid, on 3821 8928 if you can spare some time to help out, or help at some future time. Alternatively please email Janelle at email@example.com. Thank you - any spare time you can donate would be extremely helpful, particularly for 2014, as help is short and new volunteers are urgently needed.
For the Tuckshop Roster Monday, 25 November - Thursday 5 December, please click here.