Week 15 News

In this week’s news:

  • LTC Annual Arts Festival Opening
  • Rafe Yang and James Shaw performing at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre for the Southfest Launch Lunch
  • Exam timetable
  • 2019 ACT Mandarin Presentation Contest and Awards Ceremony
  • Connor Brookhouse volunteering at National Zoo and Aquarium
  • Kate Jones (LTC Library) Unsung Heroes Shortlist

LTC Arts Festival Opening

Our Annual Arts Festival opening on Wednesday was successful, we were lucky to have Bill Sanders Rotary Art Award organiser and John Britton Tuggeranong Rotary Youth and Vocational Director (from the Rotary Club of Tuggeranong) officially opening the festival for us.

Pictured: Bill Sanders and John Britton with Head of Art Danuta Mrowka

Thankyou to all of the family and friends of our talented arts, photography and media students who attended. Massive well done to our arts staff for all the work that went into setting up and putting on the event for the students and school community.

The exhibition will continue over the weekend (alongside the Southfest event) and Monday and Tuesday next week. Head to the upstairs area of the library to check it out!

Thanks to Ranjan and her Independent Living students Maranda Leon, Charlotte Luff, Clea Le Robinson, Shannon Yalg and assistant Sue Campbell for preparing an amazing selection of canapes for the opening event.


Rafe Yang and James Shaw performing at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre for the Southfest Launch Lunch

Rafe and James

On the 16 November 2019, from 10am-3pm, SouthFest will again bring life to the streets, laneways and lake foreshore of the Tuggeranong Town Centre.

The SouthFest vision is that our whole community can join in. That everyone can find their rhythm, beat, activity or flavour. That everyone is more connected to our community. That we all walk away feeling a sense of #TuggersPride.

For more information head to https://southfest.com.au/


Exam timetable


2019 ACT Mandarin Presentation Contest and Awards Ceremony

There were several students attended the 2019 ACT Mandarin Presentation Contest and Awards Ceremony at CTL on last Friday (8th of November), some students were not be there because of sickness or assessments.

The winners are:

1st Prize (shared): Pham Bao CAO; Vinh Kiet NONG; Nia CAVANAGH; Haoran Cui

2nd Prize (shared) : Euan CAMPBELL; Tia MCDONALD, Sarah DEMAJO, Ferdy DWIANTORO; Chan Billgates HENG

The video for the showcase was produced by the Beginning, Continuing and Advanced  Chinese students, they did an wonderful job to show their language skills and the team work capability.


Connor Brookhouse volunteering at National Zoo and Aquarium

One of our lovely students Connor Brookhouse, has been attending a volunteering role at the National Zoo and Aquarium every Wednesday afternoon since August.  He assists the Senior Aquarist and Reptile Keeper, with feeding and handling.  He has relished this opportunity and has been lucky enough to secure an ongoing placement.  Connor will commence a Certificate II in Animal Studies at CIT next year to further his studies.  Well done Connor 😊


Kate Jones (LTC Library) Unsung Heroes Shortlist

She might shy away from the limelight, but our Kate Jones in the library multimedia room is a shining star of excellence in our LTC community.  Kate’s been nominated for Education HQ’s Unsung Hero Award.  So, we’re asking you (yes, YOU!) to please vote for Kate asap (with all of your different email addresses) and to please spread the word to others who might be keen.

Click here for the link to vote for Kate.  

Kate’s Nomination:

Kate is a living breathing library catalogue and a human ‘teacher resource’. She’s worked in our library since it opened 20 years ago and balances her rich corporate knowledge with innovative practice. She is thorough, highly organised, 100% reliable, prompt, kind, wise and funny. Teachers, teacher librarians, students, and admin staff all trust her and seek her out as an in-house expert and effective problem solver. She also is deeply knowledgeable and compassionate about students with disabilities and their families, using that knowledge as a lens for us to consider things we may not have.  She NEVER seeks praise and yet is a lynchpin in our school.


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