A message from Brynnie and Megan
I would like to welcome everyone to the start of the 2018 school year and wish you all the best for the exciting year ahead. Despite the fact that school may not be everyone’s favourite place to be, particularly after having six weeks of luxurious sleep ins, numerous food comas and no responsibilities, Brynnie and I are determined to make 2018 the best school year yet!
In order to achieve this, we want to strengthen and build on leadership team within the college. We believe that by working collectively to include everyone’s opinions and ideas, that we will represent the student body to the best of our abilities. Although we can not guarantee free food every lunch time and time out of class, we will try our hardest to provide as many activities as possible. As a leadership team, we have already been hard at work and have planned many events and activities for the duration of the school year that we hope you will all enjoy, such as Harmony Day and Wellbeing week. Like Brynnie mentioned earlier, we would love to hear from you, so please to not hesitate to speak to us about any ideas or suggestions you have to improve the school community.
We have also planned to run a variety of lunchtime activities, such as such as dodge ball and mindfulness colouring to make lunchtimes more exciting, particularly for the new year sevens. We hope that this will provide the year sevens with a warm welcome to high school and help you adjust to your new schooling environment.
We would like to wish every one of you the best of luck for the school year ahead, even though it may seem daunting to think that we have to endure a whole year of school before our next lot of summer holidays. In particular, the year twelves, as it is your final year of high school. I would like to encourage you to make the most of this year as what happens now you will remember for many years to come. We hope that 2018 will be full of new and exciting changes that will benefit everyone.
Thank you for listening.
Byrnnie Rafe and Megan Kaiser, School Captains