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Gemma Murphy

A Guide to Safe Partying

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Celebrations, partying and socialising are a fundamental rite of passage and one of the most important aspects of a young person’s life. Although the prospect might seem somewhat daunting or even terrifying for parents and caregivers, keeping young people safe can often be a compromise and a challenge.

Your son or daughter may appear to be physically large and mature, but this is not necessarily matched by their emotional maturity and responsibility in behaviour. Most young people try to do the right thing most of the time, but your leadership as a caregiver is crucial. Ensure you are a good role model and discuss your personal views on drug and alcohol use. Your attitude towards addictive substances can have an enormous influence on the way your teenager approaches their own use.

Hosting a celebration at home or at a venue for your teenager can be a fun and memorable event. It all comes down to careful planning. It is important to agree on the ground rules well before your event is announced to ensure there are no misunderstandings later on. As the host you owe your guests a ‘duty-of-care’ and therefore should take all reasonable steps to ensure everyone attending the party is kept safe. Every party has the potential to get out-of-hand, as sometimes it’s hard for young partygoers to make good decisions. Communication and regular discussions are vital, particularly because young people are often faced with peer pressure to do things they prefer not to engage in.

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2023 Leaders

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Congratulations to our Captains and Vice Captains who have been selected for St Brigid’s 2023. 👏
Captains: Bridget M and Ben M
Vice Captains: Brooke E and Cooper S
We are so proud to have such talented and dedicated students and we are excited to see you lead our School for 2023 🫶

Year 12 Graduation

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A big congratulations to our Year 12 students! We are so proud of what our Year 12 students have already achieved and we wish them well as they start a new chapter in life 🎓
We would like to thank everyone who came along to todays festivities. Thank you to all involved for organising a wonderful day. 🎉

Farwell Bill Ardern

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At the end of Term 3 we said Farewell to a very loved member of the St Brigid’s College Community – Mr Ardern. We were also privileged to celebrate his 40 years of service to Catholic education. Thank you and we wish you the very best in retirement.

Broken Bay Golf Tournament

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This Term St Brigid’s Students participated in the Broken Bay Golf tournament which was held at Shelly Beach Golf Club on the 2nd September. Mr Killen accompanied 5 of our student to this event and what a great day it turned out to be.
Congratulation to Josh H under 15 boys runner up and Kiara CJ open girls runner up. We look forward to many more Golf tournaments and watching our golfers over the next few years. Well done to all our student who participated in this event.

David Goose Cosby Bodyboarding Competition

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Congratulations to Year 10 Student Ryley H who competed in the David Goose Cosby Bodyboarding Competition in Port Macquarie over the weekend. Ryley placed 2nd in the Under 16s and Under 18s – 1st Memorial Triple Crown! WELL DONE RYLEY!

St Brigid’s values our strong school community and we are very proud of our Students achievements at school and also outside school in sports, academics, hobbies and so much more. If you would like to share with our community please do not hesitate to email the school.

NSW All Schools Athletics

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Congratulations to Isaiah R of Year 9 on his entry at NSW All Schools Athletics. Isaiah this year alone has made it to Broken Bay and CSNSW for both Cross Country and Athletics. 🏃
On Monday night Isaiah competed in the 3000m run. We are really proud of you Isaiah and look forward to watching you compete again next year. We wish all the best of luck.

Connecting Catholic Coasties

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What a night was had by Central Coast Students! Be sure to come to the next Connecting Catholic Coasties.
On Friday 26th August, St Brigid’s hosted its’ first ever Connecting Catholic Coasties (CCC) Youth Event. With the theme of the night being ‘Hunger Games- Catching Fire In Faith’, we had over 150+ guests from all Catholic high schools around the Central Coast. We were privileged to welcome and host St. Peter’s Catholic College , MacKillop Catholic College, Warnervale NSW and St Joseph’s Catholic College East Gosford
 
Once everyone was welcomed, the students were placed into ‘Hunger Games Districts’ to complete a number of competitive challenges. The students listened to speakers talk about Pentecost and the Holy Spirit through scripture and personal testimonies and the night ended with lots of singing and dancing. 🔥
 
This event was entirely ‘student-led’, with each and every St Brigid’s student who facilitated demonstrating tremendous leadership. In particular, the following students are to be commended for their significant contributions:
Our MC’s for the night: Bella H, Natasha H & Bailey M
Game Hosts: Ben M, Laura P & Samantha M
‘District Leaders’: Tom M, Indiana C, Oscar S, Braydn H, Kyra K, Deacon W, Brayden H & Holly R
Testimony Guest Speakers: Cooper S & Emyli M
Band Members: Trinity F, Tamika S, Emyli M, Ben M, Cooper S, Sister Josie and Mr David Walker
 
As a community, we are so proud to celebrate our many students stepping outside of their comfort zone and exceeding expectations in their role. In particular, it is a demonstration of what our Youth Ministry students are capable of both individually and as a team.
 
So much fun as had, and we look forward to our next CCC night in Term 4!

CAPA & TAS Showcase 2022

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Our 2022 Stage 6 CAPA/HSC showcase was a huge success! The evening displayed the multitude of talents that our Stage 6 students possess.

From the creativity and design skills of our Visual Arts and Industrial Technology Wood students, to the outstanding performances from our students in Drama and Music, we are fortunate to have no shortage of highly skilled individuals and teams.

The CAPA/TAS departments would like to thank everyone who came along and showed their support.

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WATCH PERFORMANCE VIDEO
VISUAL ARTS
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY WOOD
DRAMA
MUSIC