The Centralian advocate Tue 24 Jan 2012
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Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, January 24, 2012 27 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 2 4 -J A N -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 2 7 C O L O R : C M Y K For all enquiries, please phone 8953 3855 253002/12 Braitling Primary School wishes to advise that students return to school on Tuesday 31 January 2012. Braitling School has vacancies in all year levels including Teppa Hill Preschool. Our front offi ce is open for enrolments and uniform collection from Monday 16 January. A Uniting Church day/boarding school for students in Years 7 to 12. Enrol your child now to maximize their learning and life opportunities. For 2012 there are limited day school places available. For more information please call (08) 8950 4511 or visit www.stphilips.nt.edu.au Natalie Tieck 4th in the NT Danielle Ezard Lucinda Reinhard Mitch Scott Ashley Hanlon Abigail Jenkins Stephen Shaw Geordie Thompson Molly Barden Alex Gee Tasmin Saint Alex StephensReuben Jacob Sasha Kleeman Cruz Vida Kelli Zaleski Simon Duguid Allanah Jansons Saumiya Seshakumaran Donal Sullivan Beatrice Jeavons Harpo Pechey Kate Wallace Kynan Barnes Top Indigenous Student St Philips students successful once again College Dux, Natalie Tieck 4th in the Northern Territory St Philips College students succeeded once again in 2011. Congratulations to Natalie Tieck who placed 4th in the NT with a score of 99.2 and received a 20 in Specialist Mathematics. Of those students eligible for an ATAR, twelve students received scores of 90+ and a third of the Year 12 class received scores over 80. Half of the Year 12 class received scores over 75. Special mention to Kynan Barnes who was the highest placed Indigenous student from St Philips College in 2011. Congratula tions to all the students shown left, who received scores of 90 and above. Congratula tions to all the students shown right who received scores of 80 and above. Well done to those students who did their best, and excelled in !"#$%&"'(%)*% study. 3 3 3 0 0 2 /1 2 Individuals challenged A Q U A L I T Y learning program is pro vided to students at Braitl ing Primary School, in conjunction w i t h T e p p a H i l l Preschool. Learning for Life challenges each child to achieve their best both inside and outside the classroom. It includes an IT program, touch football, choirs and an Active After Schools Sports program. Braitlings highly qualified and experienced staff implement a Friendly Schools & Famil ies program which aims to support children in developing a range of life skills within a safe and secure environment. Braitlings resources include a spacious multi-purpose hall (available for community use), safe and fun playground equipment and four covered outdoor learning areas. A range of educational resources provide students with the opportunity to challenge themselves academically. The schools daily bus run collects and returns students to several local town camps. Ampe Cookies (Ready for School) playgroup offers young indigenous children and their families the chance to learn more about how play helps children learn. Teppa Hills playbased learning program caters for the needs and developmental levels of each child. Preschool sessions run for three hours each morning or afternoon, Monday to Friday. For more information, drop in and see assistant principal Peter Hirst or principal Sue Crowe, phone 8953 3855 or go to www.braitlingprimary.nt.edu .au Enrolments are currently being accepted. Working success All St Philips College 2011 year 10 and 11 students, including Louisa Borchers and Naomi Ingamelis, were issued with individual netbooks THE achievements of the Year 12 students in 2011 capped off another successful year for St Philips College. Headmaster Chris Tudor explained: The results by our Year 12 students were due to their hard work and that of their teachers. Weve been providing a quality education in Central Australia for more than 20 years and it is due to a combination of dedication, talent and hard work by everyone involved that these results have been attained. St Philips congratulates all those students who did their best to achieve results of which they can be proud, in particular College Dux, Natalie Tieck who came fourth in the NT with an ATAR of 99.2 and received a 20 in Specialist Mathematics. Mr Tudor said: There are many reasons as to why St Philips has succeeded so well. Our ability to adapt and change with the times assists us in meeting the needs of our students. Over the years, student needs have changed dramatically with the introduction of the technological age and St Philips is keeping up with the pace. Plus, the loyalty and dedication of the staff helps to contribute to a sense of stability and continuity. In 2011, three St Philips College teachers were recognised for their teaching excellence by the Association of Independent Schools of the Northern Territory. Head of Performing Arts Steve Kidd, was named Teacher of the Year, Steve Mumme was named Leading Teacher of the Year and Kerry Macpherson was named the winner of the Outstanding Contribution to Students with Special Needs category. In 2012 the college is gearing up for another successful year for its students and staff. On Monday next week, Year 12 students start school. On Tuesday, Year 7 students start school so they can begin their pastoral care and the Big Buddy support system with senior students. All other students will start on Wednesday, February 1. This year promises to be full of more exciting events and activities. There are very limited day school places available. To enrol your child at St Philips call Carol Leesong on 8950 4511. BACK TO SCHOOL A Centralian Advocate Advertising Feature