Students Experience “Uni Life”
Students from 8C, Jasmine Davies, Levi Epworth, Sarah Hill and Peh La Wah won the ‘La Trobe University Race’ which was a hunt for various locations around the University that provided students with more information about life at Uni.

Students attend Phoenix FM
Tanaka Manakamwe, Jemma Pearce, Porsha Kalstrom and Xiliah McCurdy attended Phoenix FM on the 7th June for an interview with John Pearce regarding literacy and writing at ESC. They read out stories and poems that they had entered into various writing competitions this year. All students spoke and read beautifully.

Jakoby takes a Lead Role

Jakoby Appleby, pictured below, starred in the Nexus Youth Theatre’s production of Les Miserables on Friday the 26th of July. He was fantastic!!
Jakoby is also a member of the Male Ensemble for Wicked. The production is the largest the Bendigo Theatre Company has ever done, with ten shows and a cast of 40+ of the regions top performers.
Wicked will be shown at Ulumbarra Theatre from the 25th October. Tickets can be purchased via Go Tix: https://boxoffice.gotix.com.au/WEBPAGES/EntaWebShow/ShowDatesCombo.aspx

State Cross Country Championships
Three of our students recently competed in the State cross country championships in Bundoora. Caitlin Campbell, Henry Ashman and Keely Fullerton represented us. A great day and a great effort on a chilly, challenging and at times slippery course. Results:
Keely - 30th from 94 competitors (Keely’s goal was to improve on her previous years result of 44th)
Henry - 59th from 86 competitors
Caitlin - 61st from 86 competitors

Freyja Wins Best on Ground
The BJFL ( Bendigo Junior Football League) Headspace Round, was held at the QEO on Sunday 14th July.
Freyja played for the Eaglehawk Under 18 girls team, against Golden Square. Eagle-hawk went down, not sure of the score, but they lost by about 10 goals.
It was very impressive that Freyja won best on ground in a losing team.

Lester Foods Kitchen Garden Update

The build of the garden is now almost complete with the main structure of the garden in place and a base of nutrient rich straw and fertilisers having been applied in the past week as well.
The beds will be filled within the coming weeks with soil and work is already underway propagating plants to be transplanted into the beds. Students should begin seeing the benefits of the hard work by Term 4, with interaction in the garden beginning on a trial basis then and should be implemented into the classes fully by the beginning of Term 1, 2020!
Donations of any plants are always welcome, with cuttings and seeds always welcome to be dropped off at the General Office or sent with students to Mr Wright in Walker Senior or Lester Foods!

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