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World Skipping Gold for King's

Tia Gold MedalTia Curtis has just returned from the World Skipping Championships in Malmo, Sweden. Tia was in team Australia 21 which was against 17 other teams from 24 countries. They performed single rope routines, speed skipping and double dutch and won 5 medals which placed them 1st overall in the 12-14-year-old female category.

This is an amazing achievement for Tia who has trained very hard for the past four and a half years. It shows that with dedication and perseverance you can reach your goals. Congratulations, Tia!

Calvary Christian College invited to Windsor Castle

Calvary Christian College in Queensland will travel to Windsor Castle in London after being invited to tell their story of innovation in educational practice as part of Her Majesty’s Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday celebrations in May, 2016. The College will also be featured in the Her Majesty’s official commemorative album in the chapter titled “The Best of the Commonwealth”.

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Stuartholme students talk about their aspirations

One the benefits of attending Stuartholme School is that the students never have to look far for inspiration – it is everywhere. From the stories of the original Sisters who opened the School, to the life of Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat who declared that “the Society was founded to go the ends of the earth; we have no boundary other than the horizon”.

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St John's Cookbook

Share is a cookbook that celebrates the diverse and wonderful people of Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

Featuring 100 delicious recipes from the families and friends of St John the Apostle Catholic Primary School Narraweena, this cookbook is sure to find a place in your kitchen and in the heart of your family.

All proceeds from the sale of Share will go directly towards improving the school's facilities and educational resources.

Click here to purchase your copy of Share

Educating adolescents – What does the science say?

Neurocognitive research has demonstrated that adolescent brains structurally alter during learning. We believe that the cerebral cortex grows heavier and thicker after students have interacted with their peers in a challenging and exciting learning environment. Brain cells are altered, the blood supply enhanced. The adolescent brain is shaped by their experiences, so we as educators have a great responsibility to ensure we make learning interesting and stimulating.

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Books and buddies celebrated

Our 6th class 'buddies' celebrated the end of Book Week recently by making book marks with their Lower First (kindy) buddies.  This was done as part of their regular Friday afternoon buddy session.

Our 6th class leadership positions include the role of Buddy Monitor and each term two senior students have the opportunity to plan activities and games and set them up for the Lower First buddies and the other 6th class students.  The activities are supervised by teachers, but all the senior students love the opportunity to spend time with our youngest students, whether it be playing Duck Duck Goose, reading activities, craft stations or tabloid sports.

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