PRINCIPAL`S MESSAGE Issue 4 – 20th March, 2015

NEWS
CELEBRATING A CENTENARY OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATING YOUNG WOMEN
Issue 4 – 20th March, 2015
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE
Dear Parents, Students and Friends of OLSH,
Collaboration across the community, working together to raise
awareness of the important role which kindness plays in our school,
is the message I shared with students this week. Fair play and a
sense of justice are at the very heart of our values.
We all have to learn that it sometimes takes courage to be kind.
With today being ‘Bullying NO
Way’ day we are saying ‘say no
to bullying’ and promoting ‘say
yes to kindness’.
IMPORTANT DATES
Monday, 23rd March—Monday,
2nd April
Year 12 Exams
Monday, 30th March
3.45—7.00pm Year 7 Interim Reports
Parent/Teacher Interviews
Thursday, 2nd April
Last day of Term for Staff and Students
Monday, 20th April
Staff and Student Return
Year 11 Exams begin
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving each other, just
as God in Christ also has
forgiven you.
Ephesians 4:32
I attended the CDSA Public Speaking Finals last week at Christian Brothers Lewisham and out of over 400
students across the Sydney Archdiocese in each year group, Shiarni Rodwell of Year 9 and Emma Murphy of
Year 12 reached the final. They were wonderful ambassadors for the College and both spoke with great clarity
and sophistication.
Emma Murphy Year 12 and
Shiani Rodwell Year 9 qualified
for the final of the CSDA Public
Speaking competition.
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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE
Thank you to the many parents who filled out the recent parent survey. Your feedback is invaluable
and will assist us in our present and future planning for the College.
What a magnificent Open Day we had last week. The school was shining; the students proud of
their school, teachers presenting engaging and creative lessons for our primary school visitors and
our visitors were in awe of the energy and the breadth of our curriculum. It is one of our annual
highlights where we get to share with others why Our Lady of the Sacred Heart is such a great
school.
Let us look forward with Hope and Gratitude.
Mrs Jenny Fowler
College Principal
FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
YEAR 7 PARENT TEACHER EVENING
A reminder to Year 7 parents that the Year 7 Parent Teacher Evening will be held on Monday,
March 30 between the times of 3.45 to 7.00pm. Appointments are now open on our Sentral Parent
Portal. At this evening, Interim Reports can be collected which will give an indication of your
daughter’s initial progress in Year 7. We look forward to this opportunity to discuss with you the
first term of your daughter’s OLSH experience.
YEAR 12 EXAMS
Year 12 and their teachers have been carefully planning towards their half yearly exams which
begin on Monday. Whilst this is an important time for each Year 12 student, it is vital that at home,
students have a balance of exercise, good nutrition and plenty of sleep. Each 2 unit subject is of
equal importance and over these last few days of intense preparation, the more organised and confident students can be, the better they will feel as they walk into the exam room. Best wishes to all of
our HSC Candidates.
STUDENT ATTENDANCE
A major focus of 2015 has been making the most of every minute of school. At the beginning of the
year we outlined our revised policy on lateness where students who are late 3 times in one fortnight
for whatever reason will be issued with a detention. These detention letters are posted home each
fortnight. We ask that all parents support us in helping each girl to be at the College for the entire
day each day.
We have purchased a student swipe-in kiosk at our office. This requires students to swipe in or out
if they are late, sick or need to leave early. Students need to use their library ID cards for this purpose. Students were informed at Assembly on Wednesday of the need to keep their library cards on
them at all times.
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FROM THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL (continued)
OPEN DAY
Our Open Day last Tuesday week was a magnificent showcase of our College. We had over 1000
visitors through the College on Open Day and Meet the Principal Evening. Our students were magnificent on this day as they led the way in escorting guests, helping teachers deliver lessons for Primary students, performing and catering for our guests. Thank you to all staff and students involved.
We are proud of the involvement offered by parents on this day and thank all parents who gave of
their time on the BBQ which catered for about 900 people. It is a pleasure to work with parents who
seem to have a good time together whilst helping with College events.
HIGHLIGHTING LEARNING
There has been much to celebrate on the learning front in recent weeks. Out of over 400 students
across the Archdiocese in each year group, Shiarni Rodwell of Year 9 and Emma Murphy of Year 12
reached the final 10 students in the CSDA Public Speaking finals.
Our Year 11 Mock Trial team won the legal case against Brigidine College on Monday and we continue to have increasing numbers making use of our extended library hours each Monday and
Wednesday until 5.30pm. Year 12 are to be congratulated on the focus that they have given to their
study by staying back until 7pm each evening this week. Over 150 students have made use of this.
The settled and serious approach that students have shown to their first round of assessment tasks
across the College have highlighted to the staff an increased level of student engagement in their
learning and augers well for the remainder of the term. Congratulations to all students for persisting
with their learning this term.
Ms Robyn Rodwell
Assistant Principal
Monsignor Greg visiting the Students from Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish
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FROM THE LEADER OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND MISSION
Next week the international Catholic Church will mark the Solemnity of the Annunciation. On this
occasion we remember and celebrate the Angel Gabriel announcing to Mary that she was pregnant
with the Son of God! The Angel greets Mary with the now-famous words ‘Hail Mary, full of grace,
the Lord is with thee!’ I always imagine that Mary, at that stage an unmarried teenager, would have
been somewhat overwhelmed by the angel’s appearance, but still she answers: ‘Let it be done to me
according to thy word.’ Appropriately, the Annunciation is celebrated exactly nine months before
Christmas!
We will mark the Solemnity of the Annunciation at OLSH by praying the traditional Marian prayer,
the Angelus. This ancient prayer intersperses an account of the incarnation with the prayer Hail
Mary. Considering the special connection that we have with Mary at OLSH, the Angelus will be a
familiar and comforting way for us to ask for Mary’s help and guidance.
The full text of the prayer is below.
Leader:
The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary,
Response: And she conceived of the Holy Ghost.
Hail Mary, full of grace; the Lord is with Thee: blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed
is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the
hour of our death.
Leader:
Behold the handmaid of the Lord.
Response. Be it done unto me according to thy word.
Hail Mary, full of grace; the Lord is with Thee: blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed
is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the
hour of our death.
Leader:
And the Word was made flesh.
Response: And dwelt among us.
Hail Mary, full of grace; the Lord is with Thee: blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed
is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the
hour of our death.
Leader:
Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God.
Response:
That we might be made worthy of the promises of Christ.
Leader:
Let us pray,
Pour forth, we beseech Thee, Lord, Thy grace into our hearts; that, we, to whom the Incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by His Passion and
Cross be brought to the glory of His Resurrection. Through the same Christ our Lord.
Response: Amen
Mr Andrew Martin
Leader of Religious Education and Mission
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YEAR 7 REPORT
To say that Term 1 is busy for Year 7 students would be an understatement. Apart from the usual
new beginnings involved with high school - timetables, classes, assessment tasks etc. - students have
been on camp, celebrated Mass with Champagnat Catholic College and will attend a dance tonight.
Amazingly, I have never seen a more enthusiastic group of students. They have participated wholeheartedly in all activities from the swimming carnival to the “The Show”. Year 7 students have taken all these challenges in their stride whilst being cheerful and positive and showing true OLSH spirit.
At the Opening School Mass, Year 7 students were presented with a Bible by a Year 12 student:
“You are and always will be an OLSH girl”. The profound meaning of these words is becoming
more and more evident as the term progresses. Our charism calls us to be on earth, the heart and
hands of Christ. At the Ash Wednesday liturgy Sr Anchilla shared with us, the work of the Sisters at
Bakhita Village in South Africa. Year 7 have listened eagerly to the talks about our Chevalier family
given by Sr Philippa and Sr Lorraine. This has enabled us to understand our call to share Jesus’ love
with everyone. They have shown a natural affinity for this mission in the way that they relate to both
their teachers and their peers and their involvement in fundraising activities for those in need. The
concern and kindness Year 7 show others affirms that they truly are and always will be OLSH girls.
Mrs Lyn Blundell
Leader of Pastoral Care, Year 7
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NUMERACY
Numeracy helps us use mathematics effectively to meet the general demands of day-to-day life at
home, at work and in society generally. It also helps us to learn and make sense of the world.
Numeracy skills are the basic mathematical skill sets required by any pupil in primary and secondary
education. These numeracy skills are designed to help with the more advanced levels of mathematics
that pupils will encounter during their school lives and also into their adulthood.
During Term 1 OLSH Year 7 students work on consolidating and extending their whole number
skills. This is done through games, group work and targeted computer usage. The girls will extend
this knowledge to rational numbers (fractions, decimals, etc) during Term 2. Looking at the History
of Number encourages the girls to appreciate the beauty and complexity of our own number system.
During Term 3 the girls discover different strategies that help to solve problems. This is done with
concrete materials and often involves group work.
Term 4 is spent looking at Numeracy in the Kitchen and how Maths and Art are related. We also
spend time focusing on weaknesses identified in Naplan and extending the students who have
achieved in the top bands.
“W hen we did group work, if you were not sure how to do something, a
friend would help you understand” - Sophia, Year 7
“I enjoy doing times tables quizzes, it helps me to remember them” Charlotte, Year 7
“I enjoy doing the number group work. It is challenging and I like
working with a partner”, - Grace, Year 7
Mrs Sue Hamilton
Numeracy
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LEADER OF LEARNING—INNOVATION, TEACHING AND LEARNING
Dear Parents,
We like to keep you updated on how we are stretching the minds of the students here at OLSH
through innovative ways. This week I’d like to show you the 3D printer that the College has invested
in to align with the industry skills required today. The main benefits of this resource is to enable students to problem solve and to design, therefore fostering creative and critical thinkers. This technology will enable students to test the aesthetic, ergonomic and functional properties of their designs
with a solid model rather than just a virtual model. I look forward to sharing with you, later in the
year, some of the students’ design projects.
Parents can also often find themselves lacking in information about Mobile Phones for their children
and whether the benefits outweigh the risks. Mobile phones can be a fun way for your children to
interact and stay “connected”. There are many benefits to having a mobile device such as the variety
of applications, social networking, instant messenger and so on. However, all of these things also
come with risks, so I have included for you some advice on how to stay in control with your child's
smartphone. This information has been obtained from http://www.thinkuknow.org.au/.
If you have any further questions please contact me at [email protected]
Mrs Anna-Louise Jones
Leader of Learning—Innovation, Teaching and Learning
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HOW TO STAY IN CONTROL - MOBILES
What are the risks?
Many parents may be concerned about the large bills that young people can create on
their mobile phones, but there are other risks associated with the use of mobile phones.
Mobile phones can be used for up-skirting or down-blousing which are covert means of
taking photos of the female anatomy. Similar to this is the practice of young people taking
sexualised photos of themselves and sending them to their current partner. This is, in
fact, creating child pornography if the person is under the age of 18 and it is a Commonwealth offence. This has also been referred to as “sexting”
Mobile phones can also be the medium in which cyber-bullying takes place. This might
involve sending insulting or threatening text messages, sending unpleasant picture messages or using mobile devices to spread hurtful rumours.
Smart phones allow users to download apps for a variety of purposes. Some of these
may be inappropriate for your child and there are some steps you and your child can take
to use apps safely and responsibly. For more information, check out our page on app
safety.
How can young people stay in control?
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Phone numbers should only be given to friends and you should never give out
someone else's number without their permission.
Think twice before taking an inappropriate photo of yourself or someone else on
your mobile phone.
Ask someone before taking a photo of them with your mobile phone.
Don't use your mobile phone as a tool to use for cyber-bullying.
If you receive an inappropriate image on your mobile don't send it around to your
friends, delete it.
Think carefully before downloading an app.
http://www.thinkuknow.org.au/
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YEAR 12 EXCURSION TO KELLOGS
On Friday 6th March Year 12 Food Technology visited the Kelloggs Factory at Botany to discover
how food manufacturing is used to create Kelloggs Corn Flakes. The students learnt the importance
of food safety, hygiene and how computers are used to control mass production of breakfast cereal.
We greatly appreciate the time and the presentation that the staff at Kelloggs provided us. Our tour
guides Mohammad and Anne were extremely informative and helpful.
Ms Sandra Mascord
TAS Teacher
APPRECIATION
The OLSH community would like to acknowledge the efforts of Lily Huntly (Year 8) who baked cupcakes to sell at
Randwick Bunnings on Saturday, 28th February, to support
the Caritas Lenten Appeal. It is very pleasing to see our
girls going above and beyond to raise money and awareness for those in the majority world.
Ms Elizabeth Solomonides
Leader of Pastoral Care, Year 8
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TUESDAY TOUCH FOOTBALL NEWS
The Tuesday Touch Competition has recently concluded for another season. We started the season
in Term 4 last year, with 8 teams of just under 100 touch players.
Congratulations to all students who were involved in the Tuesday touch competition. All students
displayed excellent teamwork, spirit and commitment towards extra curricular sport within the College.
Two weeks ago, six teams played in the semi finals and four of these teams played in the grand finals last week. Congratulations to OLSH 4 (Year10 team), OLSH 5 (Year 9 team) and OLSH 8
(Year 8 team) for finishing as runners up and OLSH 6 (Year 9 team) who won their grand final
game.
We would also like to acknowledge and congratulate Grace Greenhalgh and Stephanie Kyriacou
from Year 9 who were voted by the referees to receive the ‘Best and Fairest’ trophies in their division over the 12-week competition.
I would like to extend my appreciation to all parents and families who attended the games and supported the girls each week. Thank You also to all the Touch coaches: Mary Wachman, Sheridan
Aylmer, Brendan Davis, Maddison Scannell, Haylee Baird and Gabi Bozic for their commitment to
all games and training throughout the season.
Miss Sylvia Eldahaby
Touch Football Coordinator
Stephanie Kyriacou Year 9 and Grace Greenhalgh Year 9. Both girls were voted the Best
and Fairest Players in their division by the referees
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CGSSSA TOUCH NEWS
The Touch Footy fever continued on Wednesday 11th March, when 26 students represented the College at CGSSSA Touch Football. Both Senior and Junior teams played 7 challenging round games
throughout the day with the Juniors making it to Semi finals – winning against Marist Sisters, Woolwich. The Juniors continued to play in the Finals against Monte, North Sydney also winning 4-3.
In total, the team played nine games on the day - lost one, drew one and won seven games to bring
home the championship trophy to OLSH.
A special thank you to Mrs Wachman and Sheridan for assisting in coaching the teams, Miss Malakovski who convened the gala day and Miss Davie and the Year10 PASS helpers on the day.
2015 JUNIOR CG TOUCH CHAMPIONS
Kobe Dymock
Taliah Lummow
Stephanie Kyriacou
Zali Dymock
Grace Greenhalgh
Billie Wood
Cameron Fisher
Tiana Salas
Emily El-Chah
Emily O’Connor
Kate O’Connor
Jade Cameron
Grace Kennedy
From the CGSSSA day, we had an
impressive 10 girls who were selected on the day for the CCC Touch
training squad. Congratulations to:
Kobe Dymock, Zali Dymock, Mia
Wood, Billie Wood, Zoe Devlin,
Dakota Donoghue, Tiana Salas,
Taliah Lummow, Carlie Sonda and
Gemma Squadrito. We wish you
well in your training for CCC.
Miss Sylvia Eldahaby
Touch Football Coordinator
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THE CLANCY PRIZE RELIGIOUS ART EXHIBITION
On Friday evening March 6th, Mrs Fowler and I had the
pleasure of attending the Religious Art Exhibition for
Sydney’s Catholic Secondary Schools, The Clancy Prize
at the Australian Catholic University. Joining us at the
opening night for the exhibition were some of our exhibiting students, Year 11 student Celeste Chernyak and 2014
Year 12 student Paris Halias and their parents.
Ms Laura Stephens and Paris Halias,
Year 12, 2014
Other student entries included Year 9 students Jayde
Vunic, Sandy Shi and Allyson Bolina. Congratulations to
all our exhibiting students on showcasing such creative
and innovative artworks across the areas of drawing,
painting and photography.
Ms Laura Stephens
Art Teacher
SWIMMING CARNIVAL AGE CHAMPIONS
Swimming Carnival Age Champions. Overall Champion—Madelaine Caswell
12 years - Ashley Finegan
13 years - Yasmin Stuetz
14 years - Eva Torrisi
15 years - Madelaine Casswell
16 years - Lauren Phillips
Opens - Cecilia Mafi
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CONGRATULATIONS
NSW Surf Lifesaving Titles
The following girls competed in March
Past at the recent NSW Surf Titles:
Madeline Hession, Emily El-Chah, Phoebe Kyprios (Year 9) Samantha Goldrick
(Year 10), Natalie Harper, Olivia Payne, and
Elizabeth Perry (Year 11) who r epr esented Maroubra. Brianna Stevens (Year 11)
represented North Bondi. Both teams were
successful. North Bondi placed first and
Maroubra were second.
Badminton
Maggie Chan (Year 8) is an up and coming Badminton
Player. She has been selected to represent NSW in the Under 17 Badminton June Bevan Trophy team and the Under
17 Australasian Championships in Melbourne, Victoria.
Maggie was also selected to represent New South Wales, as
one of only two girls at the National Under 15 Badminton
Training Camp. This is an exciting event where Maggie
will be trained by professional and national coaches with
players from Australia and New Zealand.
NSW RSL State Swimming
Championships
The following girls qualified to compete for
the NSW RSL Swimming Club Carnival
held in Dubbo. The girls qualified by representing their respective RSL clubs swim
teams at three regional carnivals. Well
done to Haylee Anderson Year 8, Emmasen Micallef (Year 7), Sarah Muscat
(Year 9), Maddison Riley (Year 10) and
Chloe Riley Hansen (Year 9)
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CONGRATULATIONS
NSW CCC Golf Championships
Congratulations to Monica Johnson (Year 8)
and Stephanie Kyriacou (Year 9) who competed at the NSW CCC Golf Championships
at Macquarie Links Golf Club. Stephanie
finished 2nd in her age group and 2nd overall. Both girls qualifiy for the NSW All
Schools Championships to be played later in
the month.
National Touch League
Gemma Squadrito (Year 10), Carlie
Sonda (Year 10) and Mia Wood (Year
11) represented the Sydney Rebels at the
National Touch League Carnival in Coffs
Harbour.
Senior State Cup Oztag
The NSW Oz Tag State Cup was recently
held in Tamworth. Leah Bennett (Year
11), Jessica Sergis (Year 12), Dakota
Donoghue (Year 10) all competed for
South Sydney.
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CONGRATULATIONS
The Australian Junior Athletics Championships were held at Sydney
Olympic Park Athletics Centre between 11th and 15th March.
Taliah Lummow (Year 8) —1st Under 15 400m
Taliah won her heat and her final with a time of 57.05 and is now the
2015 National Champion. Congratulations Taliah.
Grace Greenhalgh (Year 9) - 8th in the U16’s 3000m steeplechase
Alexandra Grujoski (Year 10) - 6th in the U18' s 5,000m Racewalk
The girls will now compete at the NSW Little Athletics Track and Field
Championships this weekend.
Madelaine Cassell (Year 9) will be competing
in the following events during the school holidays:
2015 – Australian Swimming Championships –
April 3-10 in the 100m and 200m backstroke
2015 – Australian Age Swimming Championships – April 13-20 in the 100m and 200m backstroke
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LIONS YOUTH EXCHANGE
PROGRAM AND LEO CLUBS
The Lions Youth Exchange Program give
Australian youth ages 16-21 years the opportunity live with Lions families overseas during their end-of-year summer holidays. The
Program does not involve tuition or school
attendance but is rather a cultural holiday
whereby student can immerse themselves in a
new culture, enjoy supervised sightseeing and
practise second language skills such as
French, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish
etc. www.lionsclubs.org.au.ye
Leo Clubs focus on the individual and social development of teens, and the personal
and professional development of young
adults. Membership is open to teenagers and
young adults aged 12-30 years. Each Leo
Club is mentored by and works in partnership
with,
their
local
Lions
Club.
www.lionsclubs.org.au/activities/youth/leos
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