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Published by Avila College, 2019-12-05 21:22:31

6 December 2019 Avila College Newsletter

The latest news form Avila College

News
6 December | 2019 Inspiring today for tomorrow

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FROM THE Dr Michelle Cotter
PRINCIPAL
Principal

Exec. MBA, M.Ed. Leadership, M.Ed. RE, Post Grad.
Dip. IT, Post Grad. Dip. Adult Ed., Grad. Dip. RE, B.Ed

On behalf of all the staff at Avila College, I would like to
wish you a very merry Christmas and all the best for 2020.

Chiara Smith As many people know, this truly is my From my perspective, 2019 has been an
favourite time of the year. incredible year at Avila. Drawing from the
Co Captain Presentation values of Community and
As people of faith, we embrace the season Vision, our theme was Better Together and it
Alexandra Michael of Advent as a time of waiting and demonstrated how we are able to achieve
anticipation as we prepare our hearts and so much as a community – collaborating
Co Captain minds for the celebration of the birth of the and learning together whilst supporting and
boy child Jesus Christ. inspiring each other to create even better
35 Charles Street, outcomes.
Mount Waverley, We carefully light our candles, one week at a
Victoria 3149 time, to symbolise great hope, faith, joy and A big thank you to the student leadership
T 03 9831 9600 peace. It is spiritual and festive, yet also a team who did a magnificent job of bringing
[email protected] poignant mark in our liturgical calendar and our theme to life and embedding it within
vic.edu.au offers a chance for reflection - to consider our culture.
avila.vic.edu.au how we as Presentation people have
responded to our call to Christ, contributed Well done to all our Year 7’s who seamlessly
2 to our community and grown as individuals joined our community in February and
throughout the last twelve months. quickly embraced all the challenges and
opportunities of secondary school.
Surrounded by family and friends it is also
an opportunity to celebrate together and Congratulations to our Year 12 students who
remember and honour those who are no made every moment of their final year
longer with us to share this special occasion. count.

To all our students, staff, Board members and families, thank you for your A Christmas
contributions, conversations and commitment. Blessing

Preparation is already underway for a big start to 2020, with the hotly Lord Jesus,
anticipated unveiling of the refurbished Year 9 and Year 12 wings
scheduled early in the school calendar. We also have teachers working The wise men
collaboratively to review and renew curriculum and the master building brought you gold:
plan is taking shape.
Let us use our riches
So, please enjoy the break, relax and rejuvenate, delight in the company of to do good
friends and family, read lots of books and get ready for an exciting new
year. May you enjoy all the blessings of the season and a joyous Christmas. The wise men brought
you Frankincense:
Happy Learning!
Let our prayers rise
Dr Michelle Cotter like smoke to heaven

The wise men brought
you myrrh:

Let us seek to comfort
those who are sad and
grieving

Lord Jesus, You have given
us so many rich gifts

Let us use them to do
your work in the world
Amen

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Student

of the Term Awards

Term Four | 2019

Jasmine Manias

Year 7 A calm, kind and respectful student friendly ear or helpful hand to her
who is community focused, Jasmine peers.
Year 8 demonstrates justice and
compassion in all spheres of her Always striving to achieve her best
Year 9 everyday school life. in the classroom and beyond, she
approaches everything with a
4 Jasmine treats everyone with positive mindset and willingness to
fairness and is quick to lend a learn and try new things.

Darcy Ferrier community and works hard,
managing her schoolwork around
Demonstrating a strong work her elite sports commitments.
ethic and calm maturity, Darcy is Her gentle leadership, patience
a well organised and humble high and empathy towards her peers
achieving student. is a genuine strength as is her
willingness to get involved with
Actively involved in music, debating extra curricular activities.
and sport, Darcy generously
shares her talents with the Avila

Abbey McDonnell the room, creating a safe, warm
and cohesive environment.
Abbey has consistently displayed
a commitment to community Actively involved in supporting
by heeding the needs of all the the Poppy Project Abbey also
members of her homeroom and encourages others to participate
rallying others to support where in extra curricular activities and
compassion is needed. extend learning and collegiality
outside of the classroom.
She celebrates the achievements
of others and quietly acknowledges
the importance of each person in

Year 10 Mackenzie Suppa Her approach to school life is one
Year 11 of active engagement and she tries
Mackenzie is a committed and hard to do her best with every
working student whose constant opportunity offered, taking part in
smile brightens everyone’s day and many community activities. She
immediately lifts the overall mood displays servant leadership with
of the room. heart, ensuring everyone is
comfortable and will always help
An individual who demonstrates others before herself.
compassion on a regular basis, she
goes out of her way to support
peers with their studies and other
life matters.

Mieke de Vries further her learning and contribute
for the benefit of all.
A student who has immersed
herself within the Avila community, Passionate about social justice,
Mieke is always contributing ideas, respectful relationships and
energy and insight across many positive learning she is willing to
spheres of school life. voice and articulate this passion
whenever she has the opportunity.
A regular volunteer at school
events and activities, she is always A valued member of our
willing to support others in a community, we are delighted to
multitude of ways. acknowledge her unwavering
commitment and positive impact.
An Avila leader, ambassador and
member of many committees, Mieke
goes above and beyond what is
required of her in the classroom to

Student of the Term is a recognition of individual students who actively
seek to achieve excellence in their participation in and contribution to
Avila College life through our seven Presentation Values: Faith, Vision,
Action, Daring, Justice, Community & Compassion.

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FAITH Ms Carmela Marino
& MISSION
Director of Faith and Mission

[email protected]

Mietta Busscher Presentation People

Faith & Mission Sr Mary Franzmann pbvm - Presentation Sister from Brisbane
Captain recently visited and worked with our Executive team, 2020 student
leaders and staff, focusing on Nano’s story and what our role is as
Monique Mason Presentation People in the 21st century.

Faith & Mission Sr Mary spoke of Nano as a woman of hope and a woman of great
Vice Captain courage. As Presentation people we too are called to share in this
hope and through our action be people of compassion especially
Clare McMorrow during the Christmas season.

Reconciliation Captain Sr Mary visited a number of Year 7 and Year 8 classes, sharing her
story and bringing to life the story of Nano Nagle and the story of
Tiara Chandraratne the Presentation Sisters. We were very fortunate to have her visit us.

Reconciliation Vice Captain

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Year 10 and 11 Faith &
End of School Mass Mission
Important
Dates

Gospel Readings

Sun 8 December
Matthew 3: 1–12
Repent, for the
kingdom of heaven
is close at hand.

Sun 15 December
Matthew 11: 2–11
Are you the one who
is to come, or must
we wait for someone
else?

Important Dates

7 December
Memorial
of St Ambrose

8-10 December
Australian Catholic
Youth Festival

9 December
Solemnity of
the Immaculate
Conception of the
Blessed Virgin Mary

13 December
Memorial of St Lucy

14 December
Memorial of St John
of the Cross

24 December
Christmas Eve

25 December
Christmas Day

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LEARNING & Ms Leah Eekelschot
TEACHING
Deputy Principal Learning & Teaching

[email protected]

Ms Klara Baka

Director of Learning & Teaching

[email protected]

Prakashika Ravi

Learning Captain

Stephanie Skafidas

Learning Vice Captain

Active and Authentic
Learning in the Junior School

This week students from Years 7 and Chief Electoral Officer. Students have
to 9 have been engaged in taken on different responsibilities such
learning in many different yet as flag making, national dress design
authentic ways outside the and construction, song composition,
choreography, and social media advising.

traditional classroom They have determined a name for their
environment. fictitious country and developed a profile
of the country that includes geographic
Year 7 students have been undertaking a and lifestyle facts.
World Integrated Unit. This program has
been developed by teachers at Avila not Following some initial input from expert
only to extend the students’ Civics and teachers, students are developing a
Citizenship knowledge and skills, but also language, food, animal, advertisement
to provide an opportunity for students to and website for their country.
work in different teams on a project with
real world application. Over the course of the week, students
have been applying their mathematical
Students work in teams to determine skills to complete a number of currency
who will be their Head of State, Treasurer exchanges.

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Student talent, energy and enthusiasm culminated in Heath. This culminated in a visit from the Mayor
final presentations to their year level and staff. of the City of Monash who shared insights and
answered questions about local council. Students also
Year 7’s have also been involved in a Reflection Day participated in a Water Safety and Indigenous Day.
with the theme centering around “Presents through
Presence”. Students reflected on the gifts that each Year 9 students have been preparing for Community
has to give of themselves and considered how they Service and work experience through participation in
are connected to themselves, their families, their two careers days with career building activities, a visit
school and the wider community. to Holmesglen TAFE, learning about smart earning and
smart spending and completion of mandatory Safe at
Year 8 students have undertaken a range of learning Work certificates.
activities consolidating and expanding on key themes.
Year 9’s have also enjoyed the opportunity to mix
This year the students have studied the film Strictly with the boys from Mazenod College for a combined
Ballroom and were very excited to undertake ballroom Reflection Day. Students were engaged in workshops
dancing sessions as a follow up to the energetic movie. and panel discussions on a variety of topics covering
faith and wellbeing.
Year 8 students were also exposed to a Civics and
Citizenship Day. Members of our local council ran 9
sessions on the role of local government including
Events and Cultural Development, Sustainability and

Year 9 Visit to Holmesglen TAFE

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Year 8 Aboriginal for a Day

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Year 9 Active Session
Year 8 Water Safety Day

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Year 7 World Intergrated Unit

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STUDENT Ms Janine Bauman
WELLBEING
Deputy Principal Students

[email protected]

Mrs Anne Stephens

Director of Student Wellbeing Yr 7-9

[email protected]

Mrs Anna Marvelli

Director of Student Wellbeing Yr 10-12

[email protected]

Happy Holidays

Holidays are almost here and that means lots of free time! Christmas
greetings from the Avila Wellbeing Team. We hope you enjoy a safe
and relaxing holiday break ... and here’s just a few reminders about
healthy online activity.

Conversations about online activity This can include:

Claudia Chmielewski Setting clear expectations as a family can • What may or may not be appropriate
help ensure that your daughter’s ‘online content online
Wellbeing Captain world’ is safe and appropriate. Research
shows that when young people are part • Screen time and App/websites
Anna Zhang of the decision making process then
they are more likely to be invested in the • Parental monitoring (e.g. keeping the
Wellbeing Vice Captain conversation. devices in a common used area)

Michaela Young people, as well as adults, need to • How the plan might apply in different
Jansens Ter Laeck know that having access to mobile phones settings (e.g. in their bedroom, or at a
and computers comes with responsibility. friend’s house)
Student Representive The online world can present great
Council Captain opportunities to stay connected, share • Regularly checking privacy settings
experiences, upload photos, and journal day
Madelyn Janky to day activities. Remember, it’s important to negotiate with
your daughter during these conversations.
Student Representive With this in mind we should always be Communicate with warmth and care,
Council Vice Captain considerate and respectful when using and reassure them that they can come
digital platforms. to you if they feel uncomfortable during
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To support this, it’s wise for parents to agreed behaviours to ensure they are age-
develop a clear plan about internet and appropriate.
data use with your daughter. Students, you
need to remember that your parents are the Lastly have fun with your daughter online
managers at home, so be open to talking too, find some games you can play together
about your digital use. online (e.g. Words with Friends, Trivia, Word
Cookies and Heads Up).
Happy Holidays from the Wellbeing Team

https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents/skills-advice/online-safety-basics
https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/publications/online-safety

The single greatest thing
you can do to change your
life today would be to start
being grateful for what you
have right now. Oprah Winfrey

The Attitude
of Gratitude

Gratitude is about feeling and expressing So, what are some ways that
appreciation. Research has shown that we can “practise” gratitude over
grateful people experience higher levels of the Christmas holidays?
positive emotions such as joy, enthusiasm,
love, happiness and optimism. • Keep a Gratitude List.
Every day, write down three to
In being grateful, we recognise the goodness in our life four things that you are grateful
and we acknowledge that the source of much goodness for. There is always something
is from outside ourselves. to be thankful for.

We can be grateful for someone, something, or a situation. • Spend time with loved ones.
It can be felt as a sense of wonder in noticing and
appreciating the ordinary things in life. • Make gratitude a part of family life;
share it with each other during meal time.
Gratitude is not just an attitude it is also a choice. It is
choosing gratitude that enables us to receive. • Notice the beauty in nature each day.

When we acknowledge that others have supported and • Practise mindfulness. Think through
helped us in big or small ways, we benefit from the three to five things you are grateful for.
positive emotions and wellbeing that being grateful gives Picture them in your mind and sit with
us. Cited in Luke McKenna - Unleashing Personal Potential that feeling of gratitude in your body

As we near the end of the year, we have a wonderful • Volunteer and give back to others in your local
opportunity to let someone in our lives know that we have community
noticed them do something we appreciate.
Once you make expressing your
Students have recently been practising gratitude appreciation a daily habit,
through writing letters of thanks to members of the Avila you are well on your way
community. They have recognised an individual for their to contentment, better
contribution to the school this year. physical health, better
sleep and better
relationships.

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BrainSTEM Presentation

Two teams of Year 9 students took part in the 9th BrainSTEM Innovation Challenge.

Team 1 members were Elizabeth Dinh, Deanna Azucena, Team 2 comprised of Sophie Marinis, Kinuli Ranaweera
Alissa Ann Li Yee and Oviya Ponkathirvarathan with some Aratchchige Don, Lynn Ng and Amy Mascarenhas. For their
help from Victoria Sarafian. project they investigated the making of different kinds of
bioplastic in the laboratory, with the creation of composites
Their project looked at the relationship between personality using other waste fibres and papers including dried sweet
characteristics and gait. Gait is widely studied in potato peels.
biomechanics but their project found associations between
gait features and whether a student identified as an On Thursday 21 November the groups presented their
introvert or an extrovert. projects at a showcase at Swinburne University.

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Emilie Michaud Ellie-Rose Freeman

Year 8 Year 8

Year 8’s visit
Kryal Castle

On Thursday 14 November, students from
8 Pink, Purple and Red travelled through
time and ended up at Kryal Castle, a
medieval village.

Once there, we started to explore and
further develop our understanding about
Medieval Europe and put our knowledge to
use with hands-on activities that included
archery, sword fighting and trying on
medieval clothes.

As soon as we arrived we got straight into the activities. After our lunch break, we headed up to archery. Everyone
At first, we went to the apothecary, which is a medieval had a go, some better than others, with a few missing the
chemist, and we learnt how to make band-aids by mixing hay bales and hitting the wall. We also got to try on armour
herbs in a mortar and pestle, as if we were living in the which was heavy and definitely sword and spear-proof.
middle ages.
Lastly, we got to try sword fighting and combat with pool
We studied the feudal system in class and we put that noodles covered in duct tape! We had to grab a sword and
knowledge to the test when we role-played different shield and form two teams. We went head to head, in a
people from the Middle Ages. We took a trip to the battle to the death! In another battle we had to use the
torture chambers where we discussed different forms equipment to save our King, using shields for protection
of punishment and how they were supposed to stop whilst maneuvering the sword to attack the enemy.
people from committing crimes. Within these activities,
our knowledge from class was tested and we were able to Our experience at Kryal Castle was exciting and a fun way to
experience it in a visual and exciting way. consolidate our knowledge from History classes.

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PATHWAYS Ms Jenny Dunn
& CAREERS
Pathways Co-ordinator

[email protected]

Mrs Madeleine Franken

Careers

[email protected]

RSPCA Career
Discovery Day

Are you interested in a career working in the animal care industry?
This could be a step in the right direction! Gain insight from
current industry specialists and unlock pathways to a fulfilling
career with animals.

RSPCA presenters will include Animal Attendants, Adoption
Officers, Vets, Vet nurses, Behaviourists and Inspectors.
Learn insights from industry experts and how you can
succeed in an animal care profession.

The day will include hands on activities and behind the
scenes tours.

The RSPCA invite all those interested in working in
the animal care industry to come and listen to skilled
professionals who are actively working in animal care
industry, and how they got to where they are.

Date: Tuesday 10 December

Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm

Location: RSPCA Education Centre, Burwood East

Cost: $75 includes registration, morning tea, RSPCA career
show bag, and all activity costs.

Register here

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Financial Support Short Courses
to study Early JMC Academy 2020
Childhood Education
JMC Academy will be holding short courses in the January break for
Over the next decade, the Victorian students in Years 9-12, or who have just completed Year 12 in 2019.
Government is introducing funded Three-Year-
Old Kindergarten. This means the creation Courses include Character Design, Recording & Mixing a Band,
of more than 4,000 new teaching roles. Script to Screen, and Songwriting & Production.
Unlike many other jobs that are becoming
automated, early childhood education will Please contact Kassandra Kashian (National Events and PR
always rely on people to inspire young Executive) on [email protected] for your discount or get in
children’s minds and foster their learning and touch with Joe Betros (Creative Careers and Pathways Advisor) on
development. [email protected]

Hundreds of financial support packages Global Game Jam 2020
are available now to study to become an at JMC Melbourne
early childhood teacher. Students may be
eligible for up to $25,000 to put towards an JMC will be hosting the Melbourne Global Game Jam in 2020.
undergraduate qualification. From 31 January – 2 February over 250 gamers will come together
to create games and learn about the process of creating games.
Visit the website Registrations will open soon. **Please note: students under 18 will
need to be accompanied by a parent**
Download the brochure
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Avila College
Celebration

of Excellence

2019 Major Awards

Marie Boyle Avila College Avila College John Milledge
Excellence Award STEM Languages Scholarship
Year 10 Award Award Program
Julia Grubnic Julia Grubnic Giuzelle Di Nuzzo
Victoria Sarafian

Lions Club Caltex ADF Long Tan ADF Long Tan
Leadership Award All Rounder Award Award
Year 9 Award Year 10 Year 12
Elizabeth Dinh Sarah Ang Amelia Pawsey Chiara Smith

Kwong Lee Dow Kwong Lee Dow Avila Community Avila College Public
Young Young Engagement Speaking and
Scholar Scholar Award Debating Award
Rachel Iwuagwu
Jocelyn Satya Graha Deema Jebry Annabelle Avgeridis

Sr Josepha Dunlop Susan Puohotaua Sister Patricia
Christian Orchestra Carroll Service to
Leadership Award Award Sport Award
Monique Mason Nimrit Kakkar Tricia Cowan

Sister Raymonde Sister Raymonde Sister Raymonde Patricia Ryan
Taylor Creative Arts Taylor Creative Arts
Award Drama Award Music Taylor Creative Arts Love of Learning
Chloe Smith Jade Judd
Award Visual Arts Award
Jessica Boribon Sinead Kelly

Congratulations

LOVE OF LEARNING AWARDS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Recipients perform at a high level across a number Recipients have produced work of an
of subjects and have been acknowledged for the way excellent standard over a wide range of
they fully engage in classroom activities, delight in subjects throughout the year and demonstrate
the mastery of skills and are the type of people who an exemplary work ethic.
relish new ideas or ways of learning.

Year 7 Year 7
Ellie Kaoulla, Ava Bouchier, Tayla Halvy, Ria Michal Eve Feeney, Natasha Forster, Cynthia Castaneda
De Soyza, Jolene Cheah, Jane Ie, Helena Ying Li Choo, Moreno, Jessica Peraic, Delta Rohani, Adrianna
Cheyenne Van Ravenstein, Olivia Papanastasiou, Kosasih, Lila Chang, Jessica Poldrugovac, Avneet Kaur
Olivia Ham, Jasmine Adams, Grace Rogers, Lucy Pabla, Charlotte Daly, Isha Mundhra, Valentine Chew,
Pearson, Simone Bhasin, Helya Saeedian, Joy Hua Amy Dickson, Lana Holmfield, Tahlia Amis, Jean Yee
Natalene Hii
Year 8
Abbey Stizza, Olivia James, Meg Davey, Annmarie Year 8
Mayadunne, Olivia Babbington, Emily O’Hara, Tyler Caitlin Beyrooti, Anja Hulston, Danielle Weyermayr,
Bennett, Jessica Ham, Dona Barange, Amber Buzza, Lucy Donnelly, Emily Wyllie, Jaida Reid, Ruby Pagliaro
Poojanie Nanayakkara, Kavipriya Arunagirinathan, E-Shaine Chew, Sarah Patturajan, Ellie-Rose Freeman
Jessica Loeding, Kaniha Muhundan Gisella Santosa, Darcy Ferrier, Thanh-Vy Quach
Nguyen, Charlotte O’Shea
Year 9
Elizabeth Dinh, Jessica Borstelj, Lynn Ng, Joanna Year 9
Kosmopoulos, Alissa Yee, Oviya Ponkathirvarathan, Nishara Fernando, Linh Nguyen, Sophie Marinis,
Shea Joyce, Talissah Lodge, Sophie Markos, Caitlyn Victoria Sarafian, Greta Cassidy, Felice Todd,
Duri, Ruby Diver, Colette D’Costa, Hannah Craig, Louisa Kinuli Ranaweera, Mia Kerr, Jenica Rodrigues, Zoe
Ngo Northwood, Shenalie Fernando, Sethini Mudannayak
Melanie Muhundan, Adaelia Thomas
Year 10
Ebony Johnson, Adline O’Brien, Ailish Mulrooney, Year 10
Jemima Morrison, Allegra Dal Ben, Selena Ahangama, Emma Johnston, Katie Wyllie, Jordan Chapman, Mimi
Drusilla Kho, Martina Go, Vara Tyrikos, Matilda Chang, Caitlin Apidopoulos, Lucy Healy, Valerie Sova,
Baumann, Julia Augustyn, Pawani Bhatia, Tina Varone, Stephanie Van Langenberg, Julia Grubnic, Kimberly
Karina Parisi Berger, Faith Chung, Emma Curtis, Jocelyn Satya Graha,
Alana Pallotta
Year 11
Mackenzie Richards, Emily Mitchell, Grace Giuliano, Year 11
Kavia Pynadath, Charlotte Mackay, Sherlin Kalarikkal, Jaida Di Stasio, Isabel Amoranto, Emma Moran, Alissa
Katerina Akritidis, Stephanie Michaud, Nicoletta Baldwin, Sally Barlow, Gianna Skafidas, Kimberly
Akritidis, Pooja Soni Chan, Imogen Galbraith, Emily Goncalves, Karin Jayadi,
Neve Williams, Angelica Nimmervoll, Beatrice van
Meg Allan, Erica Vaz, Erin Choo, Isobel Craig Rest, Tiana Pincic

Year 12 Year 12
Matilda Prendergast Kruger, Madeleine Buzza, Emma Saje Watson, Samara Fernando, Bethany Szentesi,
Faraone, Stephanie Cooper, Kelly Huang, Rachel Barbara Ravanal, Lily Maul, Chloe Luk, Morgan
Iwuagwu, Prakashika Ravi, Aliarne Mann, Nimrit Triskelidis, Monique Mason, Claudia Chmielewski, Tess
Kakkar, Sinead Kelly, Sophie Gregson, Charlotte Boylan Martin, Hayley Cameron, Mia Sinclair

SUBJECT AWARDS
Awarded to the top performing student in each subject at each year level.

Religious Education UNIT 1&2 Health and Physical Education
PRODUCT DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
YEAR 7 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Laura Mazzarella YEAR 7 HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Olivia Papanastasiou Amelia Coyle
UNIT 3&4
YEAR 8 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION PRODUCT DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY YEAR 8 HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Alana Buena Stephanie Cooper Abbey Stizza

YEAR 9 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION YEAR 9 STUDIO ARTS YEAR 9 HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Victoria Sarafian Emily Musgrave Louisa Ngo

YEAR 10 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION YEAR 10 STUDIO ARTS YEAR 10
Kimberly Berger Faith Chung HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Jordan Chapman
UNIT 1&2 RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT 1&2 STUDIO ARTS
Mieke de Vries Maja Kosavic UNIT 1&2
HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
UNIT 3&4 RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT 3&4 STUDIO ARTS Stephanie Wales
Isabel Amoranto Olivia Gomatos
UNIT 3&4
The Arts UNIT 3&4 THEATRE STUDIES HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Emma Gare Chloe Luk
YEAR 7 ART
Natasha Forster YEAR 9 UNIT 1&2
VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS AND DESIGN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
YEAR 8 ART Olivia Rowley Alicia Roy
Poojanie Nanayakkara
YEAR 10 UNIT 3&4
YEAR 8 DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS AND DESIGN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Darcy Ferrier Holly Whitehead Rebecca Wright

YEAR 9 DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY UNIT 1&2 YEAR 8 FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Jessica Borstelj VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS AND DESIGN Maddie Redlich
Charlotte Mackay
YEAR 10 DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY YEAR 9 FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Vara Tyrikos UNIT 3&4 Victoria Sarafian
VISUAL COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN
YEAR 7 DRAMA Monique Louey YEAR 10 FOOD STUDIES
Amy Dickson Alicia Chiarilli
English
YEAR 8 DRAMA UNIT 1&2 FOOD STUDIES
Lucy Donnelly YEAR 7 ENGLISH Natalia Prioriello
Lila Chang
YEAR 9 DRAMA YEAR 8 ENGLISH UNIT 3&4 FOOD STUDIES
Caitlin Greenhill Caitlin Beyrooti Dana Tomljanovic
YEAR 9 ENGLISH
YEAR 10 DRAMA Shenalie Fernando UNIT 3&4 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Julia Grubnic YEAR 10 ENGLISH Angelica Rigopoulos
Karina Parisi
UNIT 1&2 DRAMA UNIT 1&2 ENGLISH YEAR 8 FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Amelia Pawsey Alicia Roy Grace Louey
UNIT 3&4 ENGLISH
YEAR 7 MUSIC Sinead Kelly YEAR 9 FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Paris Antonello YEAR 10 LITERATURE Isabella Soehanto
Julia Grubnic
YEAR 8 MUSIC UNIT 1&2 LITERATURE Humanities
Jacinta My Hong Dinh Meg Allan
UNIT 3&4 LITERATURE YEAR 7 HUMANITIES
YEAR 9 MUSIC Charlotte Boylan Amy Dickson
Lynn Ng
YEAR 8 GEOGRAPHY
YEAR 10 MUSIC PERFORMANCE Anja Hulston
Jocelyn Satya Graha
YEAR 9 GEOGRAPHY
UNIT 1&2 MUSIC PERFORMANCE Rhea D’Souza
Isabel Amoranto
YEAR 10 GEOGRAPHY
UNIT 3&4 MUSIC PERFORMANCE Joanne Sequiera
Emma Gare
UNIT 1&2 GEOGRAPHY
Emma Moran

UNIT 3&4 GEOGRAPHY
Mia Sinclair

YEAR 8 HISTORY YEAR 9 INDONESIAN Science
Anja Hulston Lynn Ng
YEAR 7 SCIENCE
YEAR 9 HISTORY YEAR 10 INDONESIAN Amy Dickson
Shenalie Fernando Taneisha Thom
YEAR 8 SCIENCE
YEAR 10 HISTORY UNIT 1&2 INDONESIAN Danielle Weyermayr
Angel Justin Charlotte Kuek
YEAR 9 SCIENCE
UNIT 1&2 ACCOUNTING UNIT 3&4 INDONESIAN Nishara Fernando
Pooja Soni Emma Faraone
YEAR 10
UNIT 3&4 ACCOUNTING YEAR 7 ITALIAN AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL
Saje Watson Eve Feeney STUDIES Olivia McQuitty

UNIT 1&2 20TH CENTURY HISTORY YEAR 8 ITALIAN UNIT 1&2
Emily Goncalves Caitlin Beyrooti AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL
STUDIES Hannah McDonald
UNIT 3&4 HISTORY REVOLUTIONS YEAR 9 ITALIAN
Chloe Luk Victoria Sarafian UNIT 3&4
AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL
YEAR 9 ECONOMICS YEAR 10 ITALIAN STUDIES Sarah Favaro
Linh Nguyen Karina Parisi
YEAR 10 BIOLOGY
YEAR 10 ECONOMICS UNIT 1&2 ITALIAN Katie Wyllie
Emma Curtis Fabiana Biondi
UNIT 1&2 BIOLOGY
UNIT 3&4 GLOBAL POLITICS UNIT 3&4 ITALIAN Julia Grubnic
Emily Goncalves Barbara Ravanal
UNIT 3&4 BIOLOGY
UNIT 1&2 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Mathematics Hirushi Desanayake
Tahnbee Smith
YEAR 7 MATHEMATICS YEAR 10 CHEMISTRY
UNIT 3&4 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Eve Feeney Caitlin Apidopoulos
Hayley Cameron
YEAR 8 MATHEMATICS UNIT 1&2 CHEMISTRY
UNIT 1&2 CLASSICAL STUDIES Danielle Weyermayr Kimberly Chan
Julia Grubnic
YEAR 9 MATHEMATICS UNIT 3&4 CHEMISTRY
UNIT 3&4 CLASSICAL STUDIES Sophie Markos Mia Sinclair
Grace Munro
YEAR 9 ACCELERATED MATHEMATICS UNIT 3&4 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
UNIT 1&2 LEGAL STUDIES Greta Cassidy Sinead Kelly
Kyra Ashley De Leon
YEAR 10 MATHEMATICS YEAR 10 PHYSICS
UNIT 3&4 LEGAL STUDIES Katie Wyllie Jemima Morrison
Sinead Kelly
UNIT 3&4 ALGORITHMICS UNIT 1&2 PHYSICS
Languages Tiana Pincic Kimberly Chan

YEAR 7 FRENCH UNIT 1&2 GENERAL MATHEMATICS UNIT 3&4 PHYSICS
Lila Chang Elly Morgan Prabhloyan Gill

YEAR 8 FRENCH UNIT 3&4 FURTHER MATHEMATICS UNIT 1&2 PSYCHOLOGY
Emilie Michaud Matilda Prendergast Kruger Rebecca Wright

YEAR 9 FRENCH UNIT 1&2 MATHEMATICAL METHODS UNIT 3&4 PSYCHOLOGY
Felice Todd Tiana Pincic Jaida Di Stasio

YEAR 10 FRENCH UNIT 3&4 MATHEMATICAL METHODS VCAL
Kimberly Berger Prabhloyan Gill
YEAR 11 VCAL
UNIT 1&2 FRENCH UNIT 1&2 SPECIALIST MATHEMATICS Skye Nagel
Beatrice van Rest Kimberly Chan YEAR 12 VCAL
Sapphira Moraitis
UNIT 3&4 FRENCH UNIT 3&4 SPECIALIST MATHEMATICS YEAR 11 VET HOSPITALITY
Kelly Huang Prabhloyan Gill Isobel Craig

YEAR 7 INDONESIAN YEAR 7 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Jane Ie Natasha Forster

YEAR 8 INDONESIAN YEAR 9 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
Gisella Santosa Allison Grasso

YEAR 10 TECHNOLOGY
Caitlin Le Grange



Avila Calendar

Friday 20 December
General Office Closes at 1pm

Monday 20 January
General Office Opens

Monday 3 February
Term One Commences
School Photo Day
Students finish at 1.10pm

SECONDHAND UNIFORM SHOP
Wednesday 11 December 1-4pm
Tuesday 21 January 1-4pm
Wednesday 22 January 1-4pm
Wednesday 29 January 1-4pm
Thursday 30 January1-4pm

GENERAL OFFICE
HOLIDAY HOURS
8am - 4.00pm

REGISTRATIONS
NOW OPEN

Do you want to play girls football in 2020?

Register Now AND JOIN
THE WAVERLEY PARK HAWKS!

■ All age groups welcome with ■ AFL Level 1 Accredited
girls teams from U10s through coaches and assistants
to U18s
■ Gold level personal injury
■ All home and away matches insurance and advanced first
played on Sundays response medics at every
match
■ Training nights are once a week
Tuesday to Friday ■ Discounts available on family
memberships

 Free Shorts and socks
for all NEW WPHs
players

 Free bag and hoodie
for all U8s and U9s

REGISTER TODAY AT

Columbia Drive, Wheelers Hill www.wphawks.org.au [email protected]

Girls Coordinator: Nigel Stevenson 0418 302 266 Registrar: Mick Mastromanno 0402 955 954


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