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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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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). Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

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 Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving. Week 3, Term 2

Date:May 2, 2018

Friday late afternoon Hockey followed by Saturday morning Football. So great to see our students proudly wearing their TAS uniforms Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 2 Term 2

Date:April 27, 2018

What a terrific ANZAC Service at WRS on Monday 23rd. Thank you to all staff and students for being part Read more...
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Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 6 Term 1

Date: March 1, 2018    Posted by: Sue Wicks

Good luck Ella

We wish Year 9 TAS student Ella Goddard all the best as she heads off for the Commonwealth Games Selection Trials, held on the Gold Coast next week. To qualify as a 14 year old is truly remarkable and Ella will be competing against world class swimmers. She will swim the 200 Fr, 200 Fly, 200 IM and 400 Fr. Go Ella!

Her interview with 7 News can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/TASSwimming/videos/1836435819700398/

Triathlon/Aquathon

 Well done to TAS students at the 2018 Queensland School Sport State Triathlon/Aquathon Championships held 16-17 Feb in Hervey Bay:

Triathlon

Emma Simpson 8th (TAS Triathlon)

Cody Haseldine 10th (TAS Triathlon)

Murray Colbridge 20th

Daisy Colbridge 50th

Christian Nowakowski 52nd

Aquathon (results not yet officially released)

Rebecca Robinson approx. 43rd

Ruby Colbridge approx. 72nd

Amber Robinson approx. 80th

8 TAS students Of the 37 Peninsula team competitors, 22% were from TAS. Mr Haseldine has been selected as a QLD team coach for the National Championships.

Water Polo

What an honour to have water polo legend Mel Rippon in the TAS pool working with our students. As some of you are aware, I have a long-standing love of this game and to have a living legend at TAS imparting her knowledge, experience and wisdom was really exciting. Mel is a triple Olympian and dual Olympic Bronze medallist. I must admit to being a little star struck!

 

Year 3 Camp

It was great to spend some time with our Year 3’s up at Camp Tineroo on Thursday. They were having way too much fun, whilst also undertaking some great activities learning about trust, reflection, teamwork, and linking their classroom science with the real world. I am a lot more knowledgeable about cane toads/tadpoles and their life cycle than I was before, thanks to the Year 3’s who were able to find and catch many of them, whilst also canoeing out to check their yabby pots.

 

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