Senior School Newsletter

Term 2 Week 10

Senior Section

Welcome to Week 10.

The Senior Subject Selection Information was held recently. Thank you to the many who attended – it was the best attended evening in recent memory.
Some significant changes to Senior courses were announced:
• Mathematics is now non-compressed;
• Community and Family Studies (CAFS) is no longer mandatory – it shares a line with PDHPE;
• CAFS is non-compressed;
• Visual Arts is an elective.

We expect these changes will be well received, and to lead to increased enrolments. Please join us in praying that they will do this.
The Senior courses, then, in table form:

As always, please contact me if you have any questions or suggestions concerning Senior courses, or any other matter.

I take this opportunity to wish you a restful and safe term break, from all of us in the Senior School.

Len Elliott

Senior Section Co-ordinator

Fiji Mission Trip

Our Fiji Mission team leaves departs on Thursday this week.
The group recently did a bit of shopping for goods to take away them. The photo below shows the result:
• 140 Bibles
• $300+ stationery and books
• A guitar and case and
• A Cajun drum.

Mr Justin Dwyer writes:

Just a few days to go!

Entering the last couple of weeks for our countdown to Fiji, feels a little like Christmas being around the corner. 

I know God will be doing something great while we are in Fiji, I just can’t wait to “unwrap the present” and find what that will be for each of the people attending.

If you could pray for each of the team members, as I know you have been, in these final few days for patience, persistence and an increasing knowledge of and relationship with the Creator.

Also, pray for the people of Fiji we will meet along the way.


Chief Justin

… You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.

Acts 1:8

Vocation expo

Headspace Orange are running a Vocation Expo on 10 July 2019.
The expo will take place in the school holidays, but it will be worth a visit – there will be over twenty businesses, trades and professionals there to help students and parents with career ideas. It should be a good opportunity to hear from education and training providers and gain insights into tertiary and further education.
This is a free event. Contact Sharna Lord or Renee Davis at or 6369 9300.
Register for the expo at