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Snapshots from around our campuses.

Emerging Artist

Congratulations to Zara Casimaty who has been awarded the Artery Art on Show Emerging Artist award for 2022. A great and well-deserved result!

Horse Trials

Congratulations to the Collegiate students who competed in the Inter School Horse Trials and Individual Grade 5 event, hosted by the Huon Pony Club on Sunday. Students competed in Dressage, Cross Country and Show Jumping and achieved fantastic results. Well done!

Kinder Soccer

A big thank you to Tom Gibson for coaching our Kinder students in the Central Region Soccer tournament this year. As you can see by the photos, the Kinder students loved playing Soccer!

Our Outside Classroom

Kindergarten students look forward to our twice-a-week visits to our outside classroom at the South Hobart Rivulet. With so many opportunities to learn, discover and inquire from this rich natural environment, our students are so lucky to have such an awesome resource at their backdoor.

Interfaith Panel

On Monday, Collegiate was joined by guests from Hobart religious communities for an Interfaith Panel. It was wonderful to hear their perspectives in response to a series of questions. Thank you to our panellists from the Baha’i Centre of Learning for Tasmania, the Hobart Synagogue, the Tasmanian Chinese Buddhist Academy of Australia, and St Mark’s Anglican Church Bellerive.

Congratulations to our 2022 Student Leaders

Congratulations to our 2022 Student Leaders who were announced in a special assembly on Friday afternoon. It takes a great deal of courage, planning and resilience to put your name forward for roles such as these, so we congratulate all nominees along with those newly elected.

Ethics and Philosophy Short course

Our Ethics and Philosophy Short course revisited the concept of The Good Life with particular focus on Buddhism and Virtue Ethics. The students engaged in rich discussion, engaging with unfamiliar world views, questioning assumptions and wrestling with ethical dilemmas through a range of different lenses. Mr Simon Bennett did an outstanding job at leading the days discussion.

Freezin’ for a Reason

This morning our brave Year 12s took to the water at Nutgrove Beach to support Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and the Lions Club of Hobart Town Inc for 'Freezin’ for a Reason'. The water temperature was around 12 degrees! The students had a very chilly swim for about 5 minutes before heading to the warm showers at the Sandy Bay Sailing Club and tucking into egg and bacon rolls. Well done, Year 12!

Grandparents and Special Guests Day

Our Middle and Senior School students welcomed their Grandparents and special guests to school yesterday. Over 200 visitors enjoyed tours of our classrooms and new facilities, followed by morning tea while being entertained by our wonderful Founders’ Choir and String Musicians.

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Visit

Yesterday afternoon our Years 10 to 12 students listened to Greg Irons, owner of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, discuss what they do at Bonorong and the small choices we can all make to affect big changes; such as, reducing our plastic waste and buying products that do not have screw top lids.