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Trinity Day 2018

Date:June 8, 2018

We celebrated our 35th birthday at TAS this week, and were blessed to have Bishop Bill Ray deliver our Trinity

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Stargazing World Record Attempt

Date:June 7, 2018

On Wednesday 23 May, over 300 people gathered at TAS to participate in the World Record Attempt for the Most

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Online Safety and Cyberbullying | 11 June @ 6pm

Date:June 6, 2018

As parents, carers and educators, we are all very aware of internet safety.   On Monday 11 June, TAS is

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Rock Under the Stars 2018

Date:June 6, 2018

It was a great night’s entertainment from TAS students at the annual Rock Under the Stars concert held on 1

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FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Round 2 2018

Date:June 5, 2018

More than 330 students competed in the second round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships on the 31

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ASA News feature TAS World Challenge Nepal trip

Date:April 27, 2018

It is great to see our TAS students featured on the front page of the ASA News (Anglican Schools Australia).

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Edition 2, Term 3

Date:August 7, 2018

TAS is a school where there is always something happening! I love seeing so many of our students involved in

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Edition 1, Term 3

Date:July 30, 2018

Secondary Chess is Back! It is excellent to see the Secondary Chess Club up and running again at White Rock.

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 9, Term 2.

Date:June 18, 2018

Swimming Legends at TAS Vince Raleigh’s swim team recently held a training camp at the TAS Aquatic Centre. Vince is

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 7, Term 2.

Date:June 1, 2018

Confirmation Service What a terrific service last Thursday. Year 6 students Matthew Darlow-Elliot and Caitlin Allen were confirmed into the

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 6. Term 2

Date:May 25, 2018

Mothers Day at WRJ What a terrific morning to celebrate Mothers Day at White Rock. A beautiful breakfast followed by

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Learning. Believing. Achieving. Week 5, Term 2

Date:May 18, 2018

Year 6 Outdoor Education at Chillagoe My thanks to the Year 6 staff, Outdoor Education staff and the outdoor education

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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Edition 1, Term 3

Date: July 30, 2018    Posted by: Sue Wicks

Secondary Chess is Back!

It is excellent to see the Secondary Chess Club up and running again at White Rock. We have expert coach Mr Patrick Williams working with our students every Thursday during Break 1, providing strategies and little Chess problem-solving activities. This leads on well from the Junior School Chess program that incorporates virtual training sessions with coaches and experts from other parts of Australia. The standard of Chess being displayed at TAS is really impressive.

Bunnings Fund Raising BBQ for Round Square projects.

Thanks to the staff and students who spent time on Saturday manning the Bunnings BBQ to raise funds for our local branch of the organisation Rosies – Friends on the Street here in Cairns. This is one of our Round Square service projects, which vary between local, national and overseas programs. In particular, our thanks to the indefatigable Ms Moyer who was there all day and organized the rosters, food and basically everything else!

Chapel

I attended the Sunday Service at St Francis (our TAS WR Chapel) this past weekend. Thanks to Mr Patrick Williams for running the service. Patrick is a lay member of the Gordonvale Parish and leads the service each Sunday.  Our Chapel of St Francis lies within the Parish of Gordonvale, under the leadership of Rev Ian Lindsay at All Saints Anglican Church, Gordonvale. It is held every Sunday at 7:00am in the school Chapel and we’d love to see you there.

WRJ

It was great to recently visit the WRJ classrooms, in particular Year 1, and see the wonderful towns the students had designed and built. They then programmed their BeeBots to navigate the streets they had created, turning corners, programming distances, etc. Too much fun!

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