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From the Music Department

From the Music Department The Tale of the Fire Phoenix In Week 10 of Term 2, a small group of musicians from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra visited SAC to perform for and with the Year 2 and Year 3 students. The performance of The Tale of the Fire Phoenix, written by educator, composer and performer […]

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Wonderful Creations on Display!

Wonderful Creations on Display! Please come along to the front office to view the amazing work of our Year 7, 9, 10 and 11 Art and Design students. Featured in the foyer are the Year 10 Design classes’ SAC shelter design posters, the Year 10 Art classes colourful ‘My Place’ paintings, and the Year 9’s […]

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Celebrating Students’ Achievements

Celebrating Students’ Achievements Congratulations to Year 12 student, Rida! HER PASSION FOR WRITING HAS CERTAINLY BEEN INSPIRATIONAL Rida entered the Flinders University Young Playwrights Competition, deciding to write a play for the first time. This was not only a great experience, Rida also won the Junior Award (including $500 prize money and a subscription to […]

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From the Careers Department

From the Careers Department SAC’S scientist and researcher! James Moore Memorial Prize in Palaeontology James Moore (1990–2014) was a dedicated young Flinders University scientist originally from Whyalla. His passion was palaeontology, the study of fossils. James became hooked on fossils as a high-school student after he grasped an opportunity to participate in Flinders palaeontology expeditions […]

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Year 11 Retreat – Enlightened About the Importance of Being Connected to Our Land

Year 11 Retreat Enlightened, connected and sharing the Importance of Our Land On Friday the 1st of July, the Year 11 cohort travelled to Sunnybrae Estate where we were exposed to the realm of indigenous culture. The retreat took a different approach from previous years. This year was the first year where Year 11s could […]

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SAC Acknowledgement of Country

SAC Acknowledgement of Country Video This NAIDOC Week, we are proud to be sharing our very own SAC Acknowledgement of Country with our community. Developed as part of our Reconciliation Action Plan, we have worked together with students, families and staff to bring this to life. It was a wonderful opportunity to share a glimpse […]

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From the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care)

From the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care) The eSafety Commission is running free webinars for parents and carers of young people aged 13-18. These live webinars will give parents and carers the knowledge, skills and tools to support their children to have safe online experiences. Registrations for the following webinars are now open:  Monday 5 September @ […]

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National Final in Sydney – Here she goes!

Made it to the National Final in Sydney! Congratulations to Year 12 student Rida, who won the State Final of the Rostrum Voice of Youth Public Speaking Competition. Rida was one of eight students to have reached this final from an original field of 200 students. She spoke to the topic ‘War is Not the […]

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From the Music Department

From the Music Department On the Tuesday evening of Week 8, the five Year 7 Music classes came together to perform for their family and friends, with each class performing as an ensemble, followed by duet and small group performances. The concert also included a performance by the Continuers Band, an ensemble comprising of students […]

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From the Catherine McAuley Library

From the Catherine McAuley Library “Colours of Australia” The junior primary students have been exploring the beautiful collection of books by Bronwyn Bancroft, a First Nations author and illustrator. As they read through “Colours of Australia”, the students used a Nature Colour Wheel plate to make connections between colours in the books and in nature. […]

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