From the Principal Issue No.50 - St Paul's Grammar School

From the Principal Issue No.50 - St Paul's Grammar School
                                The fortnightly newsletter for Pre-K to Year 12 families of St Paul’s

Issue No.50                                                                                                     11th February 2020

From the Principal
   The start of the 2020 school year has been unusual.

   The school closure yesterday due to the impact of extensive rainfall over the weekend was not a decision taken lightly and I
   greatly appreciate the inconvenience this can cause. I am very pleased to welcome everyone back onto campus today.

   Thank you to all those who have offered assistance to the school during this time - it is greatly appreciated. For those of our
   community who have been directly impacted by the floods be assured of our thoughts and prayers.

Prior to this heavy rainfall, conversations around the school        One great way to get involved in the life of the school is to be
have often been reflections on the intensity of the fire season      part of our parent group, Friends of St Paul’s. The first meeting
that our state and country have experienced. Nearly everyone         is the AGM and is coming up on Tuesday, 18th February at
seems to have been affected by the fires to some extent and          7.30pm in the Main Administration Building (North Gate). It
we are all very mindful of those who have lost loved ones and        would be wonderful to see you there.
property. As a community, we stand in awe of the incredible
volunteers and emergency workers who have given so much of
themselves for such a long period of time. Our thoughts and
prayers are with all who have been part of this experience.
As we commence the year, it was wonderful to see so many
parents at school attending our welcome assemblies and at
the Sunset Social. I would particularly like to welcome all of the
new families to our school community. We also have some new
staff who we welcome to the school:

Junior School
• Mrs Smyth – Year 5
• Mrs Arthur – Pre Kindergarten Coordinator
                                                                     We are of course very proud of our outgoing Year 12 students
• Mrs Gale – Year 6                                                  who have achieved amazing results. We are currently about
                                                                     to publish our annual results brochure and Mr Mayrhofer
Secondary School                                                     will provide his analysis of the results later in this edition of
• Mr Storm in the TAS faculty
                                                                     Over the holidays our properties team has once again been
• Miss Bray in the PDHPE faculty
                                                                     very busy ensuring the school is looking its best as the year
• Mrs Huston in the Language faculty                                 commences.
• Mrs Taylor in the English faculty                                  One of the main projects that has been completed is that every
                                                                     light in the school (and there are a lot of them) have been
• Mrs Dunn as our new ESL teacher                                    replaced with new LED lighting. This provides an excellent
                                                                     quality light and uses much less energy resulting in a significant

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From the Principal Continues

reduction in electricity usage for the school.
2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year at St Paul’s. This year
we will be surveying all our stakeholders to get feedback that
will shape our new Strategic Plan. We will also be striving to
roll out our Master Plan, which aims to provide new learning
environments and facilities across the school. I am looking
forward to working with you on this exciting journey.
We pray for God’s blessing on our school as we commence the
year and look forward expectantly to all He will do in this place.

  "For I know the plans I have for you,”
  declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you
  and not to harm you, plans to give you hope
  and a future."
                                                                                                                 Ian Wake
  Jeremiah 29: 11                                                                                                Principal

  Year 7, 2021 Information Evening
  Tuesday, 3rd March at 7:00pm in the Junior School Hall.
  This introductory session is offered to parents of students entering the Secondary School at St Paul's in 2021. The aim is to
  familiarise families and give valuable insight into the transition from Junior to Secondary School. Students are encouraged
  to attend.
  The evening will feature a brief presentation by the Principal of St Paul’s, Mr Ian Wake, and an introduction to senior staff.
  Dr Mary Robyn will give an overview of the IB and NESA curriculum at St Paul's, and current students will speak about their
  experiences at the school. There will also be the opportunity to discuss Secondary School Learning at St Paul's with Heads
  of Department, Heads of House and Academy Coordinators, and to ask any questions you may have.
  Please contact the Office of Enrolments and Public Relations on (02) 4777 4888 if you have any queries.

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From the Principal Issue No.50 - St Paul's Grammar School
From the Head
                                                 of Junior School

A New School Year                                                Parent Information
I would like to welcome you all back to a new school             All parents are able to access ‘Seesaw’ and find out
year and hope you had a relaxing time over the break.            about their child’s class routines and keep up to date
A special welcome to all the following new students in the       with their learning.
Junior School:                                                   Teachers will begin posting in the next week and will
                                                                 also provide a helpful link to my.stpauls where additional
                                                                 information for parents can be found.
  Pre-K: Jacob, Chelsea, Luca, Lawrence, Rosey, Aubrey,
                                                                 New families have also been notified about ‘Seesaw’ and I am
  Adelaide, Imogen, Thomas, Mila, Arya, Joseph, Chase,           sure will enjoy connecting with their child’s learning in this way.
                                                                 Mrs Kerry McCaffery is the ICT integrator and is available to
  Amelia, Ivy, Briar, Patrick, Annabelle, Allen, Chase,
                                                                 talk with any families needing help with ‘Seesaw’.
  Zaynab, Jack, Oliver, Alexander, Zara, Mee Mee, Van,           Parents can always contact their child’s teacher via email or by
  Harper, Ridhi, Max, Edi, Spencer, Eliza, Zachary, Chase,       contacting the Junior School Office by phone on 4777 4888 or
                                                                 via email Teachers are always
  Harrison, Xavier, Delilah, Valentino, Robert                   willing to make a meeting time if parents have questions or
  Kindergarten: Jacob, Ryan, Mason, Rayan, Zara,
  Kaylee, Ryan, Jayden, Cooper

  Year 2: Chris, Joshua                                          Induction Assembly
  Year 3: Luella, Isaac, Yuri
                                                                 On Monday, 17th February we will be holding our
  Year 4: Charlie, Jacob, Jade, Arush, Jay, Emma                 Junior School Induction Assembly.
                                                                 At this assembly we will present badges to our Junior School
  Year 5: Eunnu, Annika, Mason, Matthew, Nalini                  Captains, Prefects, House Captains, Student Representative
                                                                 Council, Sport Monitors, Flag Monitors, Library Monitors and
  Year 6: Adam, Ethan, Charlotte, Nihal, Ashton                  Class Captains. The ceremony will be followed by morning tea.

The Junior School gathers every Monday morning in the
Junior School Hall at 8.40am for our assembly. All parents are   Kiss N Drop
welcome to attend.

                                                                 As we are settling into the new school year may I ask
                                                                 all families using Kiss N Drop to please write their
                                                                 surname, child’s name and class on paper to place on
                                                                 the dashboard of their car.
                                                                 This will help things flow smoothly in Kiss N Drop for all
                                                                 families. If you wish to park and pick up your child/ren please
                                                                 use the car park adjacent to the Kiss N Drop area.

                                                                 Ian Brooker
                                                                 Head of Junior School

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From the Director of
                                          Learning Services

Congratulations to Year 12, 2019 for their Outstanding
Academic Achievement
It is with great pleasure that we can begin the academic year celebrating the success of Year 12, 2019.
From our graduating class of 2019 the Dux is Kirsty Lavender, achieving an ATAR of 98.70. Kirsty has been accepted to study a
Bachelor of Engineering (honours), majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a Diploma of Professional Engineering Practice
under a Women in IT and Engineering faculty scholarship at the University of Technology.
Combining HSC and IB scores, 14 students achieved ATARs above 90 (19%) and 37 students achieved ATARs above 80 (48%)!
University and private college course offers are still being made, but feedback so far is that, as in previous years, most students
were offered places in their first choice of course. We are also very pleased that a number of our students have been accepted as
apprentices and are enrolled in TAFE courses whilst others take the opportunity to have a ‘gap’ year. We congratulate all of our
outgoing Year 12 students and wish them the very best for the future!
Some parents have asked about the information from the school regarding HSC results release and are unaware that NESA
only releases subject results to schools. Information regarding HSC scaling and ATARs is not provided to schools. To access
this information St Paul’s employs a statistician who recently met with senior executive staff to confirm that 2019 results were
consistent with previous years. A full outline of the HSC and IB Diploma results will be published in the annual school report later
this year.
I would also like to welcome new and continuing students back to a new academic year. I encourage students and parents to
continue to contact the school to discuss any questions or aspect of concern regarding academic progress. Please contact
classroom teachers in the first instance if you have any enquiry about your child’s progress.

Secondary School Curriculum Contacts
If you have any questions about Secondary School Curriculum please feel free to contact me, especially with
regard to NESA Year 11 HSC and IB Diploma curriculum and assessment questions.
Dr Mary Robyn continues to be responsible for NESA and IB MYP middle year’s curriculum and assessment, so any curricula
or assessment questions for these years should be addressed to her. Dr Robyn also oversees the Secondary School Library. In
the Junior School, Mrs Corinne Day as Deputy Head - Curriculum has overall responsibility for Junior School NESA and IB PYP
Mr Matthew Berg continues as the Coordinator of Learning Enrichment, answering questions regarding student inclusion and
support in the Secondary School.

Secondary School Appointments
A number of appointments have been made in the Secondary School this year.
Mrs Julie McDonough’s role has recently changed regarding International students. In addition to looking after homestay, her role
now also includes greater responsibility for the provision of International Student pastoral and academic support.
A number of new teachers have also joined St Paul’s due to growth in Years 7-10, where the school is now four streams
throughout. These teachers have all had significant teaching and/or other experience at their previous schools. Mrs Casey Taylor
joins the Language and Literature faculty, Mr Nicholas Storm joins the Design faculty, Mrs Valerie Huston joins the Language

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From the Director of
                               Learning Services Continued

Acquisition faculty, Mrs Ruth Dunn joins the Inclusion faculty as an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, Mrs Amanda
Brotherton joins the Sciences faculty and Miss Heather Bray joins the Physical and Health Education faculty whilst Mr Anthony
Kelshaw remains on leave. Miss Kate Ridge continues a maternity leave position in this faculty whilst Mrs Patten remains on leave.

Online Classes, my.stpauls and Timetable Structure
Student timetables are published on my.stpauls with class pages allowing students to engage in activities for the
These are updated throughout the year as students commence new units of work. Parents are able to access aspects of class
pages, allowing them to support student learning.
Class composition differs from year to year. Year 7 classes are all mixed ability, colour coded to enable students and teachers to
distinguish between classes. In Years 8 to 10, one class has been created with students whose average academic achievement
across a range of subjects in the previous year placed them at the top of their year group. Other classes in these years are of
equal academic composition. These classes will be reviewed at the end of Semester One. Elective subjects, including languages
other than English, are formed based on student choice. Mathematics classes are based on the specific Mathematics curriculum
requirements in Years 8-10.
Year 11 and 12 classes are based on student choice within the restrictions placed by NESA or the IB.
Further information regarding Years 7 to 10 may be found at the Middle Years my.stpauls page.
Further information regarding Years 11 and 12 may be found at Senior Years my.stpauls page.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any teaching or learning enquiries.

Mr Antony Mayrhofer
Director of Learning Services
P: +61 2 4776 4705

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From the Principal Issue No.50 - St Paul's Grammar School
From the Director of
                                Students and Family Services

Welcome Back                                                       However, one area that does need improvement is compliance
                                                                   with the school uniform.
                                                                   The areas of most concern are the wearing of jewellery and
                                                                   coloured nail polish/false nails amongst our girls and not
Welcome back to the 2020 academic year to all our                  wearing shirts appropriately (i.e not having them tucked in) and
students and their Families.                                       the associated problem of not wearing a school belt for our
Our year commenced with our annual assembly that both
welcomes our new Year 7 students and inducts the Middle            Much of this is no doubt due to the fact that students get
Years Prefects who were announced at the end of 2019. This         used to not having the restrictions of school uniform over
assembly is a significant one as our prefects make public          the extended summer break. This is something that needs to
declarations in the form of oaths, about what they will do in      be rectified immediately for all areas of uniform except the
service to St Paul’s over the next 12 months and perhaps even      wearing of false fingernails.
more importantly, the manner in which they will go about their     I understand there is a lead time required for the removal of
service. I would like to congratulate the following students on    the nails therefore please ensure that all false fingernails are
their appointments:                                                removed by the commencement of Week 5 (Monday, 24th
 CONGRATULATIONS                                                   I hope all students have a great year at St Paul’s in 2020.
 Castlereagh House Captains
 Alice Wake and Holly Jayakody                                     Philip Heath
                                                                   Director of Students and Family Services
 Claremont House Captains
 Helen Adams and Janita Khun
 Cornwallis House Captains
 Summer Robins and Carissa Monteleone
 Melville House Captains
 Amaya Polutele and Ameya Deshpande

 Strathdon House Captains
 Sophia Lusk and Alana Muller
 Wilberforce House Captains
 Gracie Hasler and Hamish Fellowes
 Vice Captains
 Daniel Tioukavkin and Gwendolyn Agahari
 Luis Harmata and Elliene Smith

Our new team of prefects will soon be helping our Junior
School staff run the Swimming Carnival on Monday, 24th
February. Our prefects always do an exceptional job of
instilling plenty of enthusiasm and house spirit into the day as
well as providing invaluable help in running activities such as
the novelty events. The Secondary School Swimming Carnival
takes place this Friday, 14th February at Oasis Swimming
centre in South Windsor.
All our students have settled into the school year well from an
academic perspective, with Year 7 coping particularly well to
the changes associated with starting Secondary School.

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From the Dance Academy

Welcome to 2020!
                                                                      Royal Academy of
We are looking forward to another great year in the
Dance Academy with more classes and students than
                                                                      Dance (RAD) Ballet
ever before.
In 2020, we will be running 27 class from Pre-K through to
Year 12. To cater for the additional enrolments in the Dance          This year we will run three RAD Ballet classes. The RAD
programme we will be running extra Secondary School classes           programme will be led by Yasmin Sayah, an ex-student of
in Jazz, Hip Hop and Contemporary as well as new Teen                 the St Paul’s Dance Programme.
classes in Ballet, Jazz and Lyrical for Junior students in Years 6.
                                                                                                             Yasmin has
For your convenience, the 2020 Dance Academy Timetable is                                                    experience in
included on the following two pages.                                                                         coaching students
                                                                                                             in ballet and the
I am also pleased to announce that we will have a third dance                                                RAD syllabus
studio operating to facilitate the additional classes. Over the                                              from Pre-Primary
Christmas break our grounds team worked extremely hard to                                                    through to
transform the space. This studio is located in the Secondary                                                 Advanced 2, whilst
School, close to The Hall.                                                                                   currently being
                                                                                                             enrolled in the
                                                                                                             RAD Certificate
                                                                                                             of Ballet Teaching
                                                                                                             Studies and
                                                                                                             a Bachelor
                                                                                                             of Business-
                                                                                                             Human Resource

                                                                      After completing all of her RAD exams with distinctions,
                                                                      she moved to Melbourne where she attended full-time
                                                                      training at the Melbourne City Ballet in 2016 and was
                                                                      offered a Pre-professional position in their company.
Registrations                                                         Yasmin has also competed in RAD’s most prestigious
                                                                      international competition, the Genée International Ballet
The SPGS Dance Academy online registration has now                    Competition, in 2016 as a semi-finalist. Since then, Yasmin
closed. If you have any queries about the Academy or are              has taught many students in different styles, focussing
still interested in registering, then please contact Mrs Lauren       on classical ballet, and looks forward to coaching
Cullimore, Coordinator of Dance at lauren.cullimore@stpauls.          the students throughout the RAD grades at St Paul’s                                                           Grammar School.

Please note: many classes are full, however, we have some
limited places in Secondary School and Junior School classes.

Lauren Cullimore
Coordinator of Dance

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From the Dance Academy

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                                                     2020 REVISED Dance Academy Timetable:
                                                     Please note: Timetable is subject to change depending on registration numbers.

                         AM        Monday            Tuesday               Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

                PA3     7:30-        SPGS             SPGS                 Momentum                SPGS Junior                 SPGS
                High    8:30     Jazz Company         Senior                Ensemble                 Company               Intermediate
               School             (Years 7-12)    Contemporary             (Years 7-12)             (Years 3-6)           Contemporary
               Dance              AUDITION           Company               AUDITION                AUDITION                   Company
               Room                  ONLY          (Years 10-12)              ONLY                    ONLY                   (Years 7-9)
                                                    AUDITION                                                                AUDITION
                                                      ONLY                                                                     ONLY

                         PM         Monday            Tuesday              Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

                PA3      3:30-
                High    4:30pm    High School         Musical               High School              Pre Junior            High School
               School                Jazz            Rehearsals                Ballet                 Hip Hop             Contemporary
               Room                (Years 7-12)     (Years 7-12)            (Years 7-12)               (K – 2)              (Years 7-12)

                         4:30-                                                                                           High School Jazz
                        5:30pm    High School
                                   Hip Hop                                                                                  (Years 7-12)

                                   (Years 7-12)

                         5:30-                                                                                           High School Hip
                        6:30pm    High School                                                                                  Hop
                                                                                                                            (Years 7-12)
                                   (Years 7-12)

                         AM        Monday            Tuesday               Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

               Junior   7:30-     RAD Junior       RAD Beginner
               School   8:30        Ballet             Ballet
               Dance              (Years 5-6)     (Pre K – Year 4)

                         PM         Monday           Tuesday               Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

               Junior    3:30-       Petites          Junior            Pre-Junior Ballet              Junior            Pre-Teen Jazz &
               School   4:30pm     (Pre-K –K)        Hip hop               (Years 1-2)                 Ballet                  Lyrical
               Dance                                (Years 3-6)                                      (Years 3-4)             (Years 5)

                         4:30-                                             Pre-Junior               Junior Jazz              Pre-Teen
                        5:30pm                                            Jazz & Lyrical                &                      Ballet
                                                                           (Years 1-2)                Lyrical                (Years 5)
                                                                                                    (Years 3-4)

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From the Dance Academy

                                                                                                                         Page 2 of 2

                                        2020 DRAFT Dance Academy Timetable:
                                        Please note: Timetable is subject to change depending on registration numbers.

             AM         Monday           Tuesday               Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

    S8      7:30-       Studio            Studio                  Studio                SPGS Ballet               Studio
   High     8:30      Unavailable       Unavailable             Unavailable              Company                Unavailable
  School              (Curriculum       (Curriculum             (Curriculum             (Years 7-12)            (Curriculum
  Dance                 Dance)            Dance)                  Dance)                AUDITION                  Dance)
  Room                                                                                     ONLY

              PM         Monday           Tuesday              Wednesday                 Thursday                  Friday

    S8       3:30-                                                                                              Teen Jazz &
   High     4:30pm        RAD             Drama                                                                    Lyrical
  School              Intermediate       Academy                                                                  (Year 6)
  Dance                   Ballet
  Room                (High School)

             4:30-                                                                                                  Teen
            5:30pm                                                                                                  Ballet
                                                                                                                   (Year 6)

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From the Music Academy

Welcome to 2020 at                                                 Ensembles Programme
St Paul's                                                          Congratulations to the 7-12 String Ensemble, The
                                                                   Secondary School Chamber Ensemble and The Céilí
The Music Academy offers positive, rigorous and                    Band who performed at the Sunset Social on Friday,
contemporary instruction and experiences in a range                31st January.
of instruments, musical styles, musical ensembles and              Congratulations also to the various soloists who also
speech and drama.                                                  performed. It was fantastic to see and hear such excellent
                                                                   music so early in the school term. Well done!
The Music Academy has two strands – The Conservatorium
Programme and The Ensembles Programme.                             Music ensembles are commencing rehearsals at various times
                                                                   over the coming weeks. Please check the Music Academy Page
The Conservatorium Programme offers individual tuition to          on my.stpauls (Ensembles link) for more details.
the St Paul’s community. Lessons are available on a range of
instruments and voice as well as music theory, composition and
speech and drama. Lessons are available for students as well as
family members.
The Ensembles Programme provides an opportunity for
students to choose from a range of ensembles to attend
weekly rehearsals in order to develop their musicianship,
performance and ensemble skills.
To find out more about the Music Academy please visit the
Music Academy my.stpauls page. Here you can register for the
Conservatorium Programme or the Ensembles Programme, or
find out more information about our Tutors, as well as the types
of ensembles available.
Cathy Jarman
Coordinator of Music

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From the Music Academy

Conservatorium Programme
Conservatorium Concerts
Annually, the Conservatorium holds four concerts to provide an opportunity for students to perform in front of a live audience.
The concerts are held in the Secondary School in our Performance Studio PA1. In 2020, the dates for these concerts will be:

Term 1 – Wednesday, 25th March (Instrumental and Speech and Drama focus)
Term 2 – Saturday, 16th May (Vocal focus)
Term 4 – Wednesday, 21st October (Instrumental and Speech and Drama focus)
Term 4 – Saturday, 7th November (Vocal focus)

  Speech and Drama report by Music Academy Tutor Lyn Sibley
  With great pleasure and pride I watched my students from St Pauls Grammar School participate in the Australian Speech
  and Communication Assoc. (ASCA) Examinations on the 9th November at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre.

  They all excelled. Geoffrey Norris topped the marks with 94% for Senior Grade 4. Mohammad Ahmed received a High
  Distinction for a Senior Grade exam. Richard Norris and Daniel Schouten can now sign letters after their name now they
  have been awarded the Certificate of Communication.

  It is always gratifying to see all the hard work my students put in over the year be awarded excellent results. Their
  confidence and self-esteem is always reinforced when they stand in front of an audience and give a well-presented speech
  or story. Not only do they give the speech but have the opportunity to speak and answer questions spontaneously about
  the speech and their ideas. The poetry section introduces everyone to new ideas, words and the creative thoughts of
  others. It is always entertaining when they present a favourite novel - talking about it and reading part of it aloud.

  Congratulations to you all. Here are the results:

  Junior Grade exams
                                                                         Piano Student
  Diya Singh – Credit, Junior Preliminary Grade
  Zayn Ahmed – High Distinction, Junior Introductory
                                                                         Examination Results
  Daksh Malik – Distinction, Junior Introductory                         by Music Academy Tutor Phyllis Huthnance
  Miley Madfouni – High Distinction, Junior Grade Two
  Freya Lock – Distinction, Junior Grade Two                             Congratulations to the following students for
  Addy Lock – Distinction, Junior Grade Three                            impressive piano and musicianship examination
  Senior Grade Exams
                                                                         Marvin Madfouni – Grade 8, A+, High Distinction
  Saisha Nariani – Distinction, Senior Grade 1
                                                                         Marvin Madfouni – Musicianship Grade 4, 92%
  Martin Drayton – High Distinction, Senior Grade 2
                                                                         Serena Madfouni – Grade 5, A+, High Distinction
  Mohammad Ahmed – High Distinction, Senior Grade 2
                                                                         Serena Madfouni – Musicianship Grade 2, 100%
  Geoffrey Norris – High Distinction, Senior Grade 4
                                                                         Joel Ong – Grade 6, A, Honours
  Ammarah Ahmed – High Distinction, Senior Grade 5
                                                                         Geoffrey Norris – Grade 5, A, Honours
  Richard Norris – High Distinction, Certificate of Communication
                                                                         Paige Hawkes – Grade 2, A, Honours
  Daniel Schouten – High Distinction, Certificate of Communication.
                                                                         Richard Norris – Grade 8, B+, Credit

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From the Drama Academy

                                                                        IS LOOKING FOR SOMEONE JUST LIKE YOU….
                                                                                             If you love:
                                                                                       Using your imagination
                                                                                            Being creative
                                                                                        Just being yourself…

                                                                        WE HAVE THE AFTER SCHOOL FUN ACTIVITY
                                                                             FOR YOU. Classes start week 3.
                                                                        Please find registrations forms in my.stpauls under Co-curricular –
                                                                        Drama Academy and email to or
                                                                                             deliver to VAPA staff room

 Drama Academy Tutor
 Bronte McElrea
 Junior Theatricals - Pre Set
 Bronte is currently in her third year of a Western Sydney University
 Bachelor degree. When she is not studying or at St Paul’s with
 our Pre-K and Kindergarten Junior Theatrical class, Bronte can be
 found working as a nanny or with children with special needs.

 Bronte recently performed in the ensemble for Harvest Rain’s
 production of “The Wizard of Oz” at Qudos Arena

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