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The Weekly Pines - Manly Selective Campus

The Weekly Pines - Manly Selective Campus

AFL SuccessBrady Holland

AFL SuccessBrady Holland of Year 9 recently representedNorthern Sydney Region at the Northern NSW CHSAFL Championships in Newcastle. As a result of hisperformances at this carnival, Brady has now beenselected in the Northern NSW squad to play in thestatewide CHS carnival in Broken Hill later this term.We wish Brady well as he progresses through theserepresentative ranks.Night of StarsThe annual ‘Night of Stars’ is fast approaching andyour SRC is extending a school-wide request forjudges and prizes. We encourage anyone withcelebrity contacts who’d be willing to judge ourschools’ talent show on 29 May to talk to theirgrade’s SRC representatives. Also, any donations ofprizes for the winners of the show would be greatlyappreciated. Help us make this night as fantastic asit’s always been, and don’t forget to purchase thosepre-sale tickets for $10. Forms can be picked up fromthe office or the library.Northern Beaches EisteddfodCongratulations to Alex Young of Year 9 whocompeted in the Northern Beaches Eisteddfod lastweekend, gaining first place in the Classical Vocalsolos for 13-14 years, and was named the Sub JuniorChampion for contestants 14 years and under.Dramatic scenes from the Year 11 Drama productionYear 8 TechnologyI, along with parents and other staff members, alsohad the pleasure of being invited to act as a foodcritic for our Year 8 Technology classes who hadprepared a range of café style dishes during theirpractical class time on Tuesday. I was met at the doorby my hosts, seated at an exquisitely decorated tablesetting and then had explained to me the dish that Iwas to be served. I was fortunate to have been ableto taste and judge a perfectly cooked and presentedcustard and chocolate tart. The associated surveysheet provided me with opportunity to critique thewhole dining experience – and might I say it was verypositive indeed. I would like to pass on my thanks toMs Ellis and her class for the invitation and theopportunity to witness the very authentic learningthat happens on a daily basis at our school. Thephotographs below show just some of the dishespresented for tasting.Cyber Bullying NightThe NSW Police and Warringah Council havecombined to develop an information session forparents of school aged children entitled ‘Are YouCyber Savvy?’ I have been asked by our Local AreaCommand Police Youth Liaison Officer to publicisethat this presentation will be held at FreshwaterCampus auditorium on Wednesday 29 May beginningat 7:00pm. The presentation will be made by MsLeonie Smith, a cyber-safety advocate with over 16years’ experience in computing, online marketingand social media. She has also featured on 60Minutes and other media as an advocate for onlinesafety. This is a free presentation but bookings areessential and can be made by phoning 9942 2681.orat gstock@warringah.nsw.gov.auParents Driving into GroundsRecently there have been a number of parents whohave driven into the school grounds through theAbbott Road entrance to drop off students of amorning before classes. We would ask that, unlessthere are exceptional circumstances, parents do notdrive into the school grounds. The parking area at thetop of that driveway is very congested already andthe additional traffic at times makes it unsafe forsenior students in that area. We appreciate yourcooperation.

Information EveningsUNSW Science information Evening will be onThursday 30th May from 6-8.30pm in the ScientiaBuilding. Guest speaker will be Prof. Mary O'KaneNSW Chief Scientist. Registration is essential atwww.science.unsw.edu.auUNSW Scholarships Information EveningDate : 6th June 2013Time : 6:00pm - 8:30pmVenue : Sir John Clancy Auditorium, UNSWKensington CampusCost : FREEContact : Chez Orchard : email:c.orchard@unsw.edu.au phone: (02) 9385 2413Event Description :The Scholarships Information Evening providesgreater depth and detail on the range of scholarshipsat UNSW, with a focus on the application process andanswering specific questions. The evening is aimed atYear 11 and 12 students and their parents.The evening will consist of a general introduction toUNSW scholarships and the Co-op Program, as wellas information time for one-on-one discussionsabout specific scholarships.Year 8 Food Tech Critics’ Day- Tony RuddPrincipalCAREERSLunchtimeCareers Talks nextweek:The Defence Force willbe here on Thursday 16th to talk about all levels ofentry and sponsored places at Uni. Most of ourstudents are interested in officer entry via ADFA.UNSW Australian School of Business will bepresenting information on courses inCommerce/Economics and double degrees.Two former students will be returning to deliver thissession. So come and ask what it is like from theirperspective.To make the most of the evening be sure to have alook at the Scholarships and Co-op Program websitesbefore attending:UNSW Scholarships Officep: 02 9385 1078e: scholarships@unsw.edu.auhttp://www.scholarships.unsw.edu.auUNSW Co-op Programp: 02 9385 5116e: cooprog@unsw.edu.auhttp://www.co-op.unsw.edu.auAustralian School of Business Information Evening:Register to attend at www.asb.unsw.edu.au/eventsActuarial Studies Info Evening:Wednesday, 5th June, 20135.30pm – 7.30pmCentral Lecture Block 9 (CLB6)Map Location: E19, The University of NSWInformation Systems Info EveningTuesday 11th June, 20135.30pm – 7.30pmAustralian School of Business Lounge6th Floor, ASB BuildingThe University of New South WalesMap Location: E12

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