Maths News by Margo Horan
During third term, the following students participated in the UNSW Mathematics Competition. I would like to congratulate and thank the following students who took up the challenge of being involved in this extra-curricula activity.
- Year 7: Lilley Ayres (Proficiency) Peter Bell (Credit) Tanner Fratantaro (Participation) Tyson Kelly (Participation) Kurt Merrett (Proficiency)
- Year 8 : Ingrid Bellman (Proficiency) Kris Duynhoven (Participation) Hunter Reynolds (Proficiency) Raymond Tindall (Proficiency)
- Year 9 : Leigh Ball (Participation) Seth McIntosh (Proficiency) Tess McKenzie (Participation) Ryleigh McVilly (Proficiency)
- Year 10 : Grace Dawson (Proficiency) Jacinta Henriksen (Credit) Molly Hutt (Participation) Georgia McDonald (Participation) Jazmine Negrello (Participation) Chloe Watson (Participation) Briony Ziegelaar (Proficiency)
- Year 11 : Jacob Howard (Participation) Douglas Jackson (Participation) Georgina Jackson (Participation) Joshua Perry (Proficiency) Harley Reynolds (Credit) Michael Russell (Proficiency) Marcus Watson (Participation)
As this will be my last Maths report for the year, I would like to thank all the Maths staff for their support. I would also like to acknowledge the wonderful work of Sarah Oakley, Blaire Plowman and Ellen Podbury. These wonderful teachers are leaving us this year and they will be greatly missed by staff and students at Cobden Tech. Thank you to Justin Staunton for taking over Ms Podbury’s classes – what a coup for the Maths Department! Finally, a huge thank you to Gill Hampson for her guidance and encouragement to me throughout this year.
FREE EVENT: “You The Man” Live Theatre Performance
Women’s Health & Wellbeing Barwon South West is bringing the thought-provoking one-man play “You The Man” to the south west for school and community performances during the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence. “You The Man” is a play about dating violence and bystander action, followed by a panel discussion with key people in the field of family violence. The engaging and entertaining live theatre performance will see one man play six characters (none of whom are victims or perpetrators) wrestling with their responses to unhealthy relationship issues. ??With teen and university dating abuse shockingly common, addressing unhealthy relationships and dating violence prevention and intervention is needed now more than ever. We are all bystanders who can help save lives and create stronger communities.
Isn’t it time you were part of the conversation? We invite you to join us for the FREE community performances: (REGISTRATION ESENTIAL…)
Wednesday, 30th November, Warrnambool Corporate Centre @ Deakin (163 Timor St), 6.30pm for light refreshments, 7pm performance. Registration essential online:
Thursday, 1st December, Camperdown Theatre Royal (210-212 Manifold St) 6.30pm for light refreshments, 7pm performance. Registration online essential:
Our 2017 student leaders will be attending a leadership camp at Camp Cooriemungle on Friday 9 December. Following the success of our inaugural leadership camp in 2015, the camp will provide an opportunity for our new school leaders to work together and do some House and whole school planning for 2017.
As the final week of 2016 classes draws to a close, we look ahead to the exciting venture that is about to unfold in our whole school upgrade. All students will commence their 2017 subjects on Tuesday 29 November, and…
From the Principal, Mr Rohan Keert
Teach for Australia Program (TFA) - This year for the second year in a row we are hosting ten future teachers from the Teach for Australia program. The vision of TFA is of an…
HSSSD Interschool Summer Sports Day on Tuesday 22nd November, 2016
A great day was had by all students who participated in Summer Sports, held over various venues between Cobden, Terang and Timboon. The Year 7 – 9 students were able…
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