Friday, July 23, 2010

Preparation for The Musical

Preparations are well under way for the 2010 musical, Sweeny Todd. This production will be ready for early Term 4. Students were busy practising lines and preparing sets for the big performance.

Interhouse Touch Competition

The Interhouse sports competitions have started in earnest . Touch football was the game played in the first round of competition. Winners in both the boys and girls competition was Bacon House.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Southern Skies Netball Tournament

This year the BTC 1st Netball Team attended the Southern Skies Tournament in Brisbane, over the June/July break. During the week of competition we came up against TOUGH competition from all over Australia and New Zealand and South Africa. The games were very challenging. Over the week we gained much experience and picked up lots of new skills. Maddie Brown was chosen as a member of the All Stars Team from the competition. Not only did BTC leave with a lot of experience but we were awarded the “Spirit of the Carnival,” which really showed the team’s dedication and fairness. The" Spirit of the Carnival” is chosen from ALL sports, not just the netball competition. The Southern Skies competition is a combined tournament of Touch, Netball, Hockey, Soccer and Rugby Union. After our games we often attended events organised Southern Skies such as a cultural night and a dance party. The other competitors were friendly and all the girls made many new friends. It was a great experience and the girls and they were great representatives of the school. Congratulations are necessary for all players. Thanks to Maree and Cindy who made the entire experience possible.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Japan Tour

Students, parents and teachers have just returned from a very busy, but enjoyable, tour of Japan. They flew Jetstar to Japan and stayed in Toyko for about 5 days . While in Tokyo, some places they visited included the Emperors Palace, the Science Museum (Mirakan), the Panasonic Centre, Electric Town, Tokyo Disney Sea and also managed to squeeze in a bit of shopping.An extra treat was seeing a traditional Japanese wedding. Onto Kyoto where they visited the Nijo Castle, and the Golden Pavillion and went on day trips by train to visit the monkey park , a deer park in Nara and Osaka, where they went to school. While in Osaka they also visited the Aquarium. Thanks to Mrs Devinish for organising the tour and for the parents and Mr Dalitz for accompanying the students.