Month: September 2017
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Bandana Day 2017

Bandana Day 2017

Fundraising

In collaboration with CanTeen, St Johns College students and staff supported Bandana Day 2017. Over the past four years we have raised approximately $10,000 for CanTeen. Thank you to everyone who supported the fundraiser.

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NSWCCC Athletics championships

SportStudent Achievements

Congratulations to all St. Johns College students on their participation at the NSWCCC Athletics championships in Homebush last week. Special mention to Maya Piras 2nd 90m hurdles, Hannah McKewon 2nd Javelin, Andrew Dickerson 3rd 1500m walk, Braye Porter 3rd in the 800m, Lachlan Townsend 2nd 1500m, Alyssa Ellis 3rd in discus, Michael Kent 3rd Javelin,

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Project Based Learning

Other

During Term 3 Year 9 English students have been working on a PBL (Project Based Learning) collaboration with Shore School in Sydney. This project saw the students investigating and responding to ‘the truths in our society’. The culmination of the day is an Exposition where the students display their findings. They should be very proud of their efforts.

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St Johns College Teacher receives medal

St Johns College Teacher receives medal

Other

Mrs Natalie Polak was presented with a medal from the NSW Minister for Education Rob Stokes at the NSW Education Standards Authority Teacher Accreditation Award Presentation Ceremony in Sydney on 11 September 2017. Mrs Polak’s medal was a formal acknowledgement of her achieving national certification at Highly Accomplished Level at the end of 2016. Currently

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Yr 12 Design & Technology

Yr 12 Design & Technology

Other

Yr 12 Design & Technology would like to invite you to a display evening of their major works to be held on the 14th September between 4:30 to 6:00 pm in OTTC Metals and Engineering centre.

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Dubbo Multicultural Festival

Other

A small group of Year 9 & 11 French students of St Johns College took part in Dubbo’s Multicultural Festival last Saturday night. They ran an extremely busy kids’ craft corner very successfully during the festival dinner. Students celebrated the cultural and linguistic diversity of Dubbo by helping children build paper Eiffel Towers, decorate masks,

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St Johns College

162 Sheraton Road, Dubbo East NSW 2830
PO Box 4019, Dubbo East NSW 2830
Phone: 02 6841 5100
stjohnscollegedubbo@bth.catholic.edu.au

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