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Gemma Murphy

St Brigid’s Reading Challenge

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Sign up to the St. Brigid’s Reading Challenge! Read some books, maybe win some prizes!

Here’s what we need to do:

  1. Firstly, please email Mr. Evans to let him know you are interested. He’ll add you to the list!
  2. Download the Reading Log (attached to an email sent to students). Change the title to add your name and year level where indicated in the title.
  3. Start reading! You can read at home, or in class time when allowed. Mr Sadler has approved it for some of the English and Literacy time (when the class is reading) and Mrs Carrantinos has said that people may also use Inflame time!
  4. Write down some brief things about the novel on the Reading Log (Title, author, genre, page number, did you like it, give it a star rating, etc)
  5. Keep reading and adding to your list.
  6. Mr Evans will meet for a morning tea with everyone to check in and see how you are going.
  7. Towards the end of Term 2, we will wrap it up!

Easy! Let Mr Evans know if there are any questions that haven’t been covered.

JobJump Careers News Bulletin 2 March 2023

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University Open Days 2023

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Below is a list of key dates for University Open Days.

CrossFit Inflame Group

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On Wednesday this week, our Elite Athlete Inflame group got to work out with Coach Jake at CrossFit Karuna. He put them through their paces with some weightlifting and a high-intensity workout that left them sweating. Last week they spent time working on their agility and speed with Fit for Speed coach Paul and next week they will work on their swimming fitness with Coach Adam at Wyong Pool.

Youth Coordinator Vacancy – The Wyong Catholic Parish

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The Wyong Catholic Parish invites you to join their team as a Youth Coordinator working up to 4 hours per week. The role does allow for flexibility with the working schedule, however you’ll need to have availability for weekends and evenings.

This is an exciting role where you will build and maintain a parish youth group, encouraging young people to engage and participate in parish youth activities, ensuring a sense of fun, community, belonging and faith for the youth and young adults in the parish. You’ll work to build a strong youth network and collaborate with like groups and organisations as well as encouraging, supporting and assisting volunteers to assist in the youth ministry.

Please apply by sending a CV and brief cover letter addressing role requirements via email to

Applications close Friday 3 March.