We would like to congratulate all our students who performed at the National Eisteddod and their amazing achievements:
Jazz band- Silver Award
Combined Concert bands- Bronze Award
String Ensemble- Silver Award
Many thanks to Beth Way, Co-curricular Music Facilitator and Jack Quail, Jacqueline Smith, Zoe Heinrichs, Jason Henderson and Greg Baines for all their hardwork and dedication in preparing the students for this event.
Did you know that Australian consumers throw away around 3.1 million tonnes of edible food a year (DEE 2017) ?
If you hate food waste:
If you’re interested in reducing your food waste but don’t have the time or space for your own compost, head to ShareWaste to link up with your neighbours who can take your food scraps!
If you’re interested in starting a compost:
We welcomed the first 2018 Canberra morning below zero this morning! Along with the chill, Canberrans are dusting off their winter coats, including a lot of puffer jackets.
Did you know that Australian households throw away $8 billion worth of food every year?
Food waste is a big problem but there are a lot of creative solutions.
Check out the documentary Wasted ! The Story of Food Waste on SBS On Demand,
We hope that everyone had a very happy and relaxing Easter.
Here are some tips for managing Easter waste sustainably!
You can recycle your Easter egg foil and any cardboard packaging. Hot cross bun packaging and other soft plastic can’t go in the Yellow bin, but you can drop it off at your local Coles or Woolies and place in the soft plastics recycling bin.
We have had another great week in debating with five big wins.
Our Year 8 team (Alyssia Borgia, Isabelle Dunn and Anna Mels) defeated Girls Grammar arguing ‘that Australia should become a republic’.
Our second Year 8 team (Pragnya Gupta, Lana Dexter and Stephanie Frater) defeated Canberra Grammar successfully arguing ‘that Australia should become a republic’.
Our Year 10 team (Lily Alexander, Aislinn McArdle and Samantha Trafford) defeated Burgmann arguing ‘that Maths should not be compulsory for Years 11 and 12’.