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Clean-Up Australia Day
The Non Nobis Solum Prefects issued an invitation to Senior School students to be part of Clean Up Australia Day on behalf of the TSS Environment Committee. A number of girls joined the TSS boys to clean up the beach near Philips Park, on The Spit, despite the gloomy conditions.
On Friday February 22 the girls from the Student Council attended the GRIP Student Leadership Conference which was held at The Arts Centre Gold Coast. The conference was attended by many schools from around Queensland and was an opportunity for the Student Council of St Hilda's School to mix with student leaders from other schools. The conference had guest speakers and workshops where the students learnt practical ideas to help, support and encourage student leadership. The style, topics, and content of this conference all focus on what the students can do right now. The students from St Hilda's School spoke passionately about how they want to achieve ideals such as unity and spirit in our School, as well as ideas on how they can help others in the wider community.
From this point forward, tests and assessments come sharply into focus. Years 11 and 12 students were sent the final copy of the Term 1 Test block schedule on Friday and Year 10s need to check their assessment calendars for individual subject requirements. However, the majority of their tests are in Week 8. All senior students should have laid out on a calendar the demands of assessment over the coming weeks. Students should check their emails regularly and follow up on any special requirements. Regular study, rather than last minute cramming, will enable the girls to have less a stressful and more productive exam period. Any Test Block (Year 11 and 12) concerns can be brought to the Senior School Centre, while students in Year 10 should approach their class teachers in the first instance.
Caroline Brodar, Head of Senior School
Wednesday 22nd May 2013 2:56pm
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Wednesday 15th May 2013 8:24am
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Wednesday 24th April 2013 12:58pm
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Wednesday 27th March 2013 1:46pm
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Wednesday 20th March 2013 9:24am
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Wednesday 13th March 2013 10:21am
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Wednesday 6th March 2013 8:56am
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Thursday 21st February 2013 7:54am
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Monday 4th March 2013 2:04pm
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Monday 4th March 2013 1:59pm
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