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She represented the school in cross-country. Her favourite subjects are health and physical education and maths. After Ivy completes school, she hopes to become a primary school teacher. He is committed to doing his best in class and studies, demonstrating great maturity and self-discipline in starting assignments well ahead of time and making sure he does well.
He is a quiet achiever and has great leadership potential. Christopher hopes to go to university in the future. In his first year at the college he excelled in rugby and made many new friends. He enjoys surfing, outdoor pursuits and taking care of his younger sister. His dream is to be a professional surfer and he is undecided about other careers or university at this stage. He has been diligent in his preparations for the HSC.
He was Head Prefect of Co-Curricular and his art and co-curricular has been his passion. His art work with an Aboriginal focus for his HSC major work was outstanding. Oliver has an easy going friendly nature, is proud of his culture and has participated in a wide range of cultural activities where he represented the school.
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He has been selected to work as a gap year student in in Scotland. His aim is to study at UNSW either psychology or teaching. He has made amazing progress this year. Beau increasingly developed a positive balance between his sport and study.
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He has played rugby for the school and achieved the top mark in Studies of Religion. Joshua is a quiet and unassuming young man who has participated in football and basketball during the year. His favourite subjects are English, Mandarin and maths. He is passionate about playing the bagpipes in the Pipe Band, playing rugby and learning about his culture. He attended a cultural camp at Gibberagong last term and excelled in his leadership and his cultural knowledge.
Jacquin has a keen interest in sport, particularly football. In he has also enjoyed studying Commerce and Core History. Jacquin is still exploring his career options but is considering a few different tertiary pathways. Her passion and commitment to participation in a range of sports in particular athletics and cross country have continued. Charlotte achieved fantastic results at the Interschools level and the State championships in middle distance events.
Continued support over the coming years will assist Charlotte in pursuing her dream of being a physiotherapist. She continues to take an active part in the co-curricular program in areas such as softball, netball and touch football. In boarding, Rhonda is a strong role model and mentor to the younger girls as well as being a member of the Student Representative Council. Her favourite subject as school is Art. When thinking about life after school, Kellia would like to attend University and become a nurse.
Her favourite subjects are Biology and Health Education. When thinking about life after school, Carrie-Ella would like to study agricultural science. Khysom is an enthusiastic student who played Firsts rugby and basketball for Scotch College, Perth and designed the Inaugural Indigenous Rugby jersey for the Firsts. Asharnti is a keen sportswoman who excels at basketball and athletics. In she came first in the m track and field at the PLC athletics carnival and second in the m. She attained third place for shotput and also competed in the long jump and high jump events.
Asharnti is a member of the Gorna Liyarn Indigenous Dance Group and has been involved in performances at school, at other schools, as well as at community and corporate events.
At this point in time Asharnti thinks she would like to study medicine when she finishes school. Miles has used his personal experience to assist other new students to adjust to life as a boarding student. Miles continues to set very high standards for himself and maintains a very high academic standing at the College.
In addition to his studies, Miles has continued to avail himself of opportunities offered by the College. Miles is a keen sportsman and has this year represented the College in soccer and volleyball. He has had a positive final year at St Peters. Gareth has proved to be a character and is very popular in boys boarding.
The role he played in the development of an Indigenous dance group in boarding is to be commended. He has worked hard within his academic pursuits and is a responsible student. Gareth is a talented sportsman and he represented the College in volleyball, cricket and rugby in Catherine has a warm personality and has many friends across both the day school and within the boarding community.
She is a good all round student and is serious about her academic results. Catherine hopes to study nursing in Catherine was joined by her younger sister in and she has been a great support to her. Catherine is a talented sportswoman and represented the college in athletics, touch football and soccer in Atima selected to focus on the humanities and her favourite subjects were Modern History and Study of Religion.
Atima also represented the college in touch football. Atima aims to go to university in Tibau applied himself diligently to his study. This helped him to gain top grades in Engineering Technology. Tibau is a talented athlete and represented the school in volleyball, 1st XV Rugby and athletics. Tibau would like to undertake an electrical apprenticeship in Sharnell has made the most of the opportunities within the extra-curriculum activities on offer in her time at SPLC.
She again had a very good season playing touch football and netball. Her favourite subjects were English and Study of Religion.
Sharnell intends to go to university in Quinn had a very positive year. He is a well-mannered young man and succeeded across his academic subjects. He also played in his second season of rugby union. Cecilia continues to make the most of the opportunities presented to her. She has continued singing lessons and has proved to be very talented.
Her favourite subjects are English, Art and Drama. Eden is a good student who works hard for the results he achieves. This year Eden represented the college in soccer and volleyball. Jaymie kept very busy in her involvement in extra-curricular and sporting pursuits. She is a good student academically and her favourite subjects are Maths and Drama. Jaymie additionally spent five weeks at the college farm and really enjoyed working with the animals. Will had a very positive year in Will is very social known across the campus for his good manners.
He has enjoyed all the sporting opportunities on offer and did well in his second season playing rugby. His favourite subjects are Technology and PE. Will had a great time at Iron Bark and the five weeks working on the farm was a massive highlight for him.
She is an all-rounder who was busy again this year at the College. She additionally went to the college working farm, Iron Bark, in for a five week period. Torrens thrived in the outdoor environment and was thrilled to work with some newly born calves. Tathra is very social and has made the most of the opportunities in boarding. She is a keen sportswoman and represented the college in a number of sports.
Her favourite subjects are English and Art. He has a positive approach to life and great enthusiasm for college activities. His favourite subjects are Design and Technology and PE.
Charles played his first season of rugby for the college and did well playing in the front row. Thomas is a very good painter and embraced his life at Nudgee College. He enjoyed participating in a holiday program for Indigenous Australians looking at a career in Defence Forces. Nathan hopes to join the army inso has benefited from the routine lifestyle provided in boarding at the college. He is a well presented, intelligent and dedicated to making a career in the army.
Lochlan often leads the Nard-ha Place ceremonial dances for events and functions. Lochlan a role model for younger Nudgee College students Lochlan is looking forward to being a Year 11 student in Denzel is very dedicated to his basketball and enjoyed playing for the college. Denzel is very bright and easy going and is making the most out of what Nudgee College has to offer.
Denzel is looking forward to next year at the college as a Year 12 student in His older brother is a Nudgee College Old Boy.
Dallas is looking to make his own mark at Nudgee College in the coming years. He has been making the most out of Nudgee College.
Izayha is looking forward being a Year 9 student in Whitlam is a quiet and friendly young boy. He has signed up for guitar lessons and has been attending them regularly. Whitlam is looking to grow and make a mark at Nudgee College next year as a Year 8 student in Dawson has settled in comfortably and has made many friends at the college.
Dawson is proud of his cultural heritage and is looking forward to his second year at the college as a Year 8 student in He is a resident in the Hodda house and is in the Riley day house. It is safe to say the Kalen has settled in nicely into the Nudgee College life.
Kalen is looking forward to his second year at the college as a Year 11 student in Kewan loves his studies and will go on to do great things in the future.
Sport wise, Kewan participated in football and rugby in He is looking forward being a Year 10 student in Jangala has settled into the boarding life very well. Besides his natural sporting abilities, Jangala has been very enthusiastic in all he approaches and makes the most of what Nudgee has to offer.
Jangala is looking forward to his final year at the college as a Year 12 senior student in He is making the most out of the broad range of subjects the college has to offer, particularly in Engineering. Jake is also an excellent athlete, excelling in rugby as a member of the 16A squad in His favourite subject is health and physical education. Lester enjoys spending time with his family and friends. Lester plays AFL, rugby union and rugby league. After he completes Year 12 he hopes to be a professional sportsman.
Ben plays rugby league, union and AFL. In he received an unbroken attendance award. After he completes Year 12 Benjamin wants to be a carpenter or a mechanic and electrician, in order to run his own cattle company. His favourite subjects are physical education, maths and engineering. Marlon was accepted into the Australian Navy, fulfilling his dream to do so. He hopes to work in clearance diving or to become a marine technician. Rueben is very well respected throughout the day school and boarding community.
Rueben was a valued member of the rugby, basketball and volleyball teams in Kale was a member of this year 1st rugby team, which toured New Zealand.
With a year left of school, Kale wants to get a trade and become a diesel mechanic. After school, he would like to be a fitter or mechanic. Koiki enjoys playing rugby union and rugby league. A main goal for Koiki is to get a contract to play rugby league or union professionally, or to get a trade in the Australia Defence Force or a trade in concreting or landscaping.
Jimmy has enjoyed the school and the boarding lifestyle. Jimmy is grateful for the opportunity to attend IGS and all the opportunities it has to offer. After school, Jason would like to go to university. After graduation, he would like to become a teacher.
Darryl enjoys attending IGS like his older brother. Darryl also plays in a local soccer club, Western Pride Football. Daewon has enjoyed his first year at the school and feels welcome and at home. Daewon is undecided about what to do after school, and would like to pursue something involving sport and attend university. He is a young man that has shown great leadership potential and spoke in public for the first time within a couple of months of arriving. He is ambitious, keen to succeed and is often looking for ways to showcase his talents.
He has participated in rugby and basketball. Harrison has been especially involved in the arts this year, participating in numerous productions. He has also had a great experience in the cadet program. He enjoys being a part of the shooting and swimming teams. Harrison is keen to get into theatre and wants to attend university.
Jasmine has a love for Visual Arts and animals. She continued to be a good role model and leader to her younger peers. This scholarship has helped Kaitlyn to build her confidence and has provided her with an education that has set her up for success. In the future Kaitlyn hopes to work with children and travel the world. The highlight of her year was being able to complete her Trials and feel proud of her results. In the future Sharna would like to pursue her dreams of becoming a pastry chef.
In the future Sharna would also love to travel. Being the first in her family to graduate is a great achievement and something which she will continue to be proud of. She also completed a TAFE course in community services. Kalarnna thoroughly enjoyed all of her subjects, and her favourites were Community and Family Studies and Society and Culture.
She is looking forward to starting university and studying Social Work and Criminology focusing on Aboriginal incarceration. In the future Kodie wishes to go to university and become a nurse and midwife and work in areas where help is needed the most. She enjoys playing touch football.
After school she wants to travel and help people in small Aboriginal communities. She has enjoys Art and English. As she comes into her senior years she looks forward to studying nursing at TAFE. In the future she would also like to go to university and become a certified nurse. Tarli would like to be a Psychologist; she knows it will be hard work but she wants to make a difference and help the community.
In the future she would like to go to university and study business to one day become a sports agent with the NRL. He has also been playing nationally. Ethan has undertaken a plumbing apprenticeship and in the future hopes to become a plumber and run his own business. Noah is a highly motivated, academic student with great dedication to study and achievement. He has been a school leader this year and tutors as a part time job.
In he plans to go and work as a jackaroo on a cattle station in the NT for a year. He put a lot of effort into his major project for timber and produced a beautiful coffee table with laminate inserts and glass panels. He continued to enjoy first grade basketball. He plans to enter the Australian Defence Force. He has achieved a Cert II in Agriculture, a football contract with Penrith Panthers U18s and has been accepted to do a teaching course.
He loves History and studied both Ancient and Modern. He also enjoyed the challenges of Legal Studies finding it a very interesting area of knowledge. Baylee has enjoyed his sessions with his mentor Baylee plans to go to university. He remains interested in personal training, nutrition and body building.
Beyond school Rhys is considering working with technology and policing. Jacob has his sights firmly set on a first grade football career. He is training intensely with Wests Magpies. He enjoys PE and Construction as he finds them both useful.
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Mason had a good year and playing footy with the school was a highlight. His favourite subjects are history and religion, which he finds interesting. An aspiring footballer, Mason trialled for Wests and is currently playing for a country rugby league competition. He also plays representative Oztag. He enjoys agriculture because it is practical. Grady is appreciative of the opportunities his scholarship has given him.
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He has his sights set on playing basketball in the future and possibly going into policing. Elijah is a hands-on student and particularly enjoys woodwork.
Eli is also interested in trades or joining the Navy. Lachie continues to be a top sportsman. He hopes to become a professional football player in the future. He enjoys making things in Timber. Lachlan particularly enjoyed attending AIEF events and meeting with other students. Jett enjoys Geography, Metals and English.
In the future Jett sees himself playing footy and helping his community out. Alex improved his results, particularly in maths, during the year.
Alex plans to complete Year 12 and hopes to compete in rodeo in the USA. Ray is an academic student who is turning good marks into great marks with perseverance and determination. His favourite subjects are MT, maths and English.
Ray definitely has university in mind following school. Blake likes to stretch himself with new challenges. He is proud that he beat his set goal in Mathematics by studying hard. Blake is grateful for the support of AIEF. After school, Blake is interested in pursuing real estate or medicine. Tanaya loves English and Legal Studies and has set her sights on studying at university.
She is thinking of law as she is a passionate advocate for Aboriginal rights. She is an excellent public speaker and takes every opportunity to lead assemblies or events.
Juanita has continued her sporting endeavours inparticipating in netball and touch football. She played in the Koori Netball Tournament in Newcastle. Juanita was elected homeroom captain and has thrived in this leadership position. She has performed the Acknowledgement of Country at numerous assemblies and events throughout the year. Leana has been involved in many sports including netball, basketball and touch.
When Leana finishes school she would like to go to university. She hopes to have a job where each day she experiences something new and unexpected. She would also like to pursue a career that involves helping others and making a difference. Jada joined Loreto in and is the first Indigenous student to complete her secondary education from Year 7 to Year 12 at the school. Jada has proven herself to be a positive leader to the younger students.
During the year she was a tutor group leader and a table head within the boarding house. She continually shows her pride in her heritage and gets involved with the Indigenous program at Loreto and she is a great inspiration to the younger Indigenous students, who all look up to her for advice.
Jada wants to become a police officer so she can care for others, fight for social justice and give back, not only to the Indigenous community but the wider Australian community. She enjoys the opportunity to help out while having fun during the school holidays and would like to continue this. Throughout her time at Loreto she has been involved in many sports including touch football, netball, and rugby union.
In she was selected for the CIS National team. Kiarra was selected to attend the University of Sydney summer camp in January where she further developed her leadership skills. A highlight was her election as the School House Captain for Mornane. When Kiarra finishes school she would like to go the Queensland University of Technology and do a business course.vifleem.info's Girls' School Nugegoda,"Inter-house sports meet 2016"
Kasey is continuing to work hard on improving her academic ability and would like to attend TAFE to become a beauty therapist in the future. Georgia has embraced all aspects of life at Loreto, both as a boarder and as a student. She excelled as the captain of Barry House and proved to be a gracious young leader. Georgia was awarded a Merit Award for Excellence in Family and Community Studies at the graduation ceremony for her consistent efforts and improvements.
Remains lie at St. Agnes Bolawalana till 3. Holy Mass on Saturday 15th at 4. Daughter of late Mr R. Thomas de Silva and Mrs S. Sumanawathie of Ambalangoda, sister of Kalyanasiri, retd. Principal Thurstan CollegeNimal Ekanayake, retd. Staff Officer, Bank of Ceylon, Kandypassed away. Remains lie at Kandy Mal Salawa to be cremated on 15th Dec. Cremation in Bethesda, Maryland on December 15, Cortege leaves residence on Saturday 15th December at 3.
Remains will lie at his residence No. Senanayake Mawatha, Colombo 8 on Monday 17th December from 9 a. Remains lie at A. Cortege leaves parlour at 4 p. Funeral arrangements will be notified later. Safe in the arms of Jesus on 12th December Cherished husband of Celia, most precious father of Dinali, late Dr. Dearly beloved wife of Ananda Welikala, mother of Dilshan Welikala and Dineli Bartholomeusz, passed away on 13th December and a private funeral took place on the same day.
Funeral was held on 12th Wednesday at St. Sebastian Church Cemetery, Moratuwa. Wife of late Dr D. Cremation at Borella Kanatte at 3. Cremation on Thursday the 13th of December at 5. Beloved wife of late P.
Cortege leaves the Parlour at 5. Brother of Edison U. At rest with Jesus. Funeral will be held in USA. Wife of late Mr G. Funeral will take place at 5. Cremation on Monday 10 December at 5 p. Cortege leaves residence at 3. Cortege leaves residence on Monday 10th December at 3. Thereafter burial at Church Burial Grounds.
Burial on Tuesday 11th December at 3. Cremation will take place at Cortege leaves Parlour at 3. He was a dearly beloved son of the late Anton Canagasuriam. He is also survived by his aunt Rajes, numerous nieces and nephews.