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Congratulations to Kingswood College’s team of Middle School SEEK students who were awarded the Beryle Foster OAM Group Award at the National Council of Women of Victoria (NCWV) for their presentation on ‘My Vote My Voice’. Students Allie Morice, Vritika Sharma, Bree Lane, Jenny Qin and Jamison Eddington presented at the ‘My Vote My Voice’ event in August in the Legislative Council Chamber, Parliament of Victoria. This year’s theme was: Male and Female Youth as Future Voters, drawing on NCWV’s partnership with Australian Local Government Women’s Association, the Victorian Electoral Commission and the League of Women Voters’ Bessie Rischbieth Trust. Students were invited to make group presentations on this theme to an audience of students, community members, Parliamentarians and a panel of eminent people. Congratulations to all our students. #belong
The end of year picnic and Christmas Carols is on Friday 6 December. Everyone is invited to join us for festive fun, singing and carols. It’s going to be a great evening for the whole family. #belong 5.30pm-7.00pm: BYO Picnic. There will be complimentary drinks (beer, wine, bubbles and soft drink) and a BBQ and jumping castle (for the little ones!) 6.15pm: ELC Christmas Concert on the main stage (Soccer Pitch). 7.00pm-8.30pm Christmas Carols. Students, staff and parents across the College will be involved in leading the singing of the Carols. Santa is also expected to pay a visit on the evening!
Year 10 student Tess Nolan has been selected by the University of Melbourne as a Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholar for 2020. The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program is an academic enrichment program designed to support high achieving Victorian Year 11 and Year 12 students. Well done Tess, a fantastic achievement. #belong
Grace McElholum Year 10 student and Middle School Captain has been selected to attend the student Constitutional Convention in Canberra in 2020. 120 students from government, independent and Catholic schools from across Australia, covering metropolitan and country areas attend the National Schools Constitutional Convention every year in Canberra. The Convention seeks to promote understanding and informed discussion amongst young Australians about the Australian Constitution and system of government. Congratulations Grace!