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    Our House Dodgeball Competition continued this week with Karla striking out Boodjar in a fast-paced, high energy match. The grand finals are coming up soon and we can’t wait to see who the 2022 SRC Dodgeball Champions will be. The leader board currently stands at...1st KARLA 72,1682nd MAAR 71,6223rd BOODJAR 71,3144th KABI 49,432

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    Our wonderful librarian, Mrs Lun, held a lunchtime craft workshop for a group of students. During the session, the group made personalised affirmation flipbooks using lovely quotes and beautiful papers. It was a relaxing and uplifting way to spend some time, and everyone was delighted with their creative work.

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    Young Aboriginal Artists Shine Southern River College student Brenton Thorne has been named Young Aboriginal Artist of the Year in the 2022 Young Australian Art Awards. The talented Year 8 student won the title for “Crawling Near the Southern River”, a striking, dot-styled painting of a snake. Shaleigha Wallam was also honoured, winning the Roy Hill Foundation Indigenous Art Award for her painting, “Three Dolphins”. Bindi Pickett won a major award for her work “The Rainbow Serpents”. These students have won an all-expenses paid trip to Melbourne to attend the awards ceremony in November. A number of other Southern River College students won awards and will be receiving their trophies at a special awards assembly. Congratulations to: Lekisha Eades for Cultural Connection Wayne Indich for Social Events Laila Baluch for Communities and Nature, Bindi Pickett for The Rainbow Serpents, Chiara Fitzerald for Together, Imran Baluch for The Protector, Hilton Rodney for The Snake Visitor Kiara-Lee Eades for The Two Dolphins Aaliyah Lewis for The Two Sisters Jacqueline Indich for, Spirits of Turtles Chloe Rodney for The Two Jelly Fish, Lekisha Eades for Our Land Ashley Jackson for My Country, Dyneeka Jones for Three Generations, Albert Newland for Life The Young Australian Art Awards, run by the Ozkids Charity, is a prestigious and highly competitive art event which attracts over 30, 000 entries nationally. Their success is such an honour. Mr Bikim, their art teacher, is extremely proud, as are we. Congratulations artists!

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    Dodgeball Tournament 2022 - Round 1Our major remaining house challenge for the year is the 2022 SRC Dodgeball Tournament. The event commenced today with KABI up against MAAR and – to Ms Devenyn’s dismay – KABI won!!!! The Dodgeball Tournament will play out over coming weeks.The leader board currently stands at... 1st KARLA 71,8232nd MAAR 71,3123rd BOODJAR 70,4594th KABI 49,192

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    Mr Davies and Miss Hamilton accompanied a group of Year 9 students to the University of Western Australia where they gained insight into life as a university student . Throughout the day, students attended a lecture by Doctor Kristoffersen about pursuing an economics pathway, participated in hands-on psychology studies, learned about the University's history, and - everyone's favourite - role-played as lawyers in a court case with Honourable Judge Davies and Judge Hamilton. Our students really valued the experience and here’s what some had to say:"My favourite was the law case activity. I discovered that with a law degree, I can pursue my passion for debating!" "I enjoyed the psychology activity because I've always been interested in how everyone's thought patterns and processes are so different. It me want to learn more!" The excursion was arranged by UWA’s Aspire Program and we would like to extend our thanks to them.

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