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Page 2 duKe of edinBurgH awards Congratulations to the following students who received their Duke of Edinburgh Awards at a ceremony at Government House on 25th May. Jamie-Lee Ede, Shayenne Carne, Madeleine Chin, Jasmine Christie, Elysia Jongue, Tiara Ladju, Bao Mo, Sharanya Shantharam, Alica Stroud and Renae Williams, with Kirby Schell, the Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator for last year. try-a-trade It was all hands on deck as all Year 9 students attended Try-A-Trade at CDU during Week 9 this term. It was a great opportunity for the students to get some hands on experience and information about many of the trades offered though the university's VETiS program. On the day, each student had to choose seven of a possible sixteen trades. The students attended short practical sessions within proper training facilities. The trades ranged from hospitality and commercial cookery, to beauty therapy and hairdressing, right through to automotive, plumbing and engineering. Great positive feedback was received from those who attended and the attitude shown by our students was fantastic. A big thankyou to all the staff who attended and helped make the day a great experience. Damien McDermid, Careers year 8 art Students have recently explored the printing process through creating Lino designs based on their ceramic sculptures. Kim Boardman, Art Teacher dripstone Cafe The Dripstone Cafe will be opening for breakfast on Wednesday 3rd August from 7.30am to 8.20am. The Cafe is free for all students and will be run by the Wellbeing Team and some students as a mock business. Jarrod West & Mason Niven-Trewin Erin Smillie and Jasmin Bonson Jesse Lai
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