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The Essington bulletin

Details:

Title

The Essington bulletin

Creator

The Essington School

Collection

The Essington Bulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT; The Essington Bulletin

Date

2012-06-08

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Essington School (Nightcliff, N.T.); Education, Primary; Education, Preschool; Primary schools; Preschools; Nightcliff (N.T.); Periodicals

Publisher name

The Essington School

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

The Essington Bulletin

Volume

issue 18

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

The Essington School

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/239496

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/627408

Page content

The Essington School Darwin 9 The first Gatorade Open Water Series event was held at the Darwin Waterfront recently and a number of Essington students competed and achieved some great results and PBs: Girls 10-12: 1.2km Saskia Smid (2nd) Girls 13-16 1.2km Jayde Freeman (4th) Boys 13-16 1.2km Chad Blenkinship (1st) Girls 13-16 3km Lara Whitehouse (2nd) Amy Messenger (4th) Boys 12-16 3km Jesse Staples (3rd) Max Oliphant-Hand (5th) If your child has any great sporting achievements throughout the year please email karly.denmead@essington.nt.edu.au and this will be acknowledged in the bulletin and on occasions at assembly. Every week we endeavour to include as many of our students achievements that we hear or read about. If your child is not mentioned from events where many of our students are involved in please email me and I will include their results the following week. Essington Representative Teams Cross Country The cooler weather resulted in some very fast times last week for both the 10 & Under 2km runners and the older 3km participants. Two hundred participants again last week helped to boost their school point totals. Next week is the final week with the individual ribbon run followed by presentation of shields and trophies to the first, second and third placed schools. Nakara topped the points score this week with 53 points, closely contested by Essington with 48 points and Parap with 40 points. Parap and Good Shepherd Middle School were the strongest bonus scoring schools with 27 points each. There are some clear favourites to take out the overall points competition in both Primary and Middle School divisions while the Handicap result will go down to the wire. Participants wishing to nominate for selection in the City Cross Country Representative teams as part of the Cluster Athletics team to compete in August at the School Sport NT Championships should collect a nomination form from the table or from the sports coordinator at their school and return it to the cluster office at Millner. Bonus Point Results from 30th May: Boys 2km: Jamie Hagan10.08 Nicolas Tremblay11.02 Boys 3km: Mitchell Copley12.39 Nicholas Spaulding15.43 Girls 2km: Tara Chisholm13.15 Girls 3km: Tyra Hughes14.18 Amy Messenger15.43 Aster Wilson28.30 Emma Hornby28.37 Jessie Leach28.46 Points Tally after Week 5: Primary Schools Nakara252 points Essington230 points Parap178 points Middle Schools Essington183 points Good Shepherd130 points Year 4 6 Representative Teams Cricket Gala Day This is being held on Thursday 14th June at the Pints Club oval, Marrara. It is a super 8s competition with a boys and girls division. There will be two teams representing our school at this event. Students will depart from the bus stop at 8:10am and return by 2:30pm. Wear your sports uniform, bring food, water bottle, sunscreen and a hat. Additional development sessions are available for 13 and Under Middle and Primary students. These will be held on Friday 15th and Monday 18th June from 3:30pm 5:30pm at the turf club at Fannie Bay. Students who wish to be selected in the City Cluster 13 and Under Cricket team should attend these days. Year 7 9 Representative Teams Cricket Gala Day Additional development sessions are available for 13 and Under Middle and Primary students. These will be held on Friday 15th and Monday 18th June from 3:30pm 5:30pm at the turf club at Fannie Bay. Students who wish to be selected in the City Cluster 13 and Under Cricket team should attend these days. School and Community Sports Notices Notice Board In the Auditorium we have a Notice Board for all sports notices and community events. If you have any notices you would like attached to this notice board, please drop them off at the Sports Office or email a copy through. OrienteeringComing Events: Sunday 17th June: Casuarina Coastal Reserve Saturday 7th July: Coomalie Creek coaching/camping Sunday 8th July: Coomalie Creek event Sunday 22nd July: Vesteys Beach 3 Day Sports Medicine Youth ProgramGreat School Holiday Opportunity This 3 day youth program for ages 15 years and over provides a fantastic introductory to Sports Medicine, incorporating Nationally Recognised Sports First Aid (Apply First Aid HTLFA301B), Elastoplast Strap Smart (Basic Taping), and Injury Prevention. All students will receive a Statement of Attainment for Sports First Aid and a Certificate of Attendance for other components. Dates: Tuesday 26th June, 10am 2pm. Wednesday 27th June, 10am2pm. Monday 2nd July, 10am3pm. Venue: SMA, Sports House, 3 Waratah Cres, Fannie Bay To register, complete a form and return it to Sports Medicine Australia. Registrations close Friday 22nd June, 2012, or as places are filled. The program is limited to 15 participants, so register early. This program is funded by the Northern Territory Governments Department of Children and Families. No payment is required from participants. Karly Denmead Assistant Principal Sports Coordinator General Notices mailto:karly.denmead@essington.nt.edu.au


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