Braemar News

The Braemar College Music learning area is excited to open registrations for Instrumental Music lessons in 2017.  Students at the College can explore a large variety of musical instruments and styles with a team of highly skilled and truly enthusiastic musicians and educators.

We understand that some parents did not receive the hyperlink to the College’s last fortnightly electronic newsletter dated 8 December 2016. Key information has been extracted and is included in this email.

The following unnamed items are still in lost property.

They can be reclaimed from the College next year.

Blazers
105R
95
105
90
83

Soft Shell Jackets
8 – two
10 – two
14
Small – two
Medium
XL

A number of our talented musicians will be performing at the this year’s Carols by Candlelight in Macedon.

Year 11 girl’s band, Screw Loose will open the event and there will also be performances by individual musicians on the night.

Yesterday the College celebrated the outstanding achievements of the 2016 cohort.

Tanzia Matotek was named as College Dux receiving an ATAR of 99.5.

Congratulations to Braemar College Year 10 student, Cooper Little who recently received a medal for his exceptional level of achievement in this year’s University of New South Wales Science Competition.

Semester 2, 2016 reports will be available on SEQTA in the week commencing 12 December 2016.

Please note that students in Year 12 will not receive a Semester 2 report from the College.

The deadline for submission of resource list orders is THIS Wednesday 14 December. Please ensure you have submitted your child/ren’s order/s by that date.

In March 2017 we will be hosting another group of young people from Japan.

The students are approximately 15 years of age and will require accommodation from 15 – 19 March.

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