Posted on April 21, 2016 / Senior College
Year 12 students are settling back into the routine of classes and study after a well-earned rest over the holidays. No doubt many Year 12 students were still working hard during this time, and were also able to spend some down time with family and friends and importantly catch up on some sleep.
Before the holidays the Year 12 students used Easter as a way to connect with various communities. The School Leaders made a visit to the Junior School for an Easter egg hunt and others in the year level raised money and awareness for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
For the last time Year 12 students will soon be participating in the House Music competition. The Year 12 House Captains along with all other Year 12 students are engaging the younger students and working enthusiastically with them to make their last House singing performance a memorable one.
This week we are also looking forward to hanging the traditional Year 12 banner, signed by all the students, in the updated Senior College space. It is a ‘work of art’ but this banner also serves as a reminder that we are all one in the Tintern Grammar Community and that students should continue to encourage and support each other as much as possible throughout this challenging yet rewarding year.
by Jen Tsai Bove, Year 12 Co-ordinator