Gallipoli tour gives cadets new meaning of ANZAC spirit

Our Year 11 students and Australian Air Force Cadets, Ryan Power and Tyler Golding recently returned from a life changing experience exploring the battlefields in Turkey and attending the ANZAC Day dawn service at ANZAC Cove. Ryan has been in the Australian Air Force Cadets for the past four years as has Tyler the past three. They both jumped at the opportunity to attend the three week long Australian Air Force Cadet (AAFC) 2016 Battlefield Tour of Turkey and China. “We have had so many great opportunities as Air Force Cadets including abseiling, flying and shooting, this tour was just another awesome opportunity presented to us as Air Force Cadets,” Ryan said. The Cadets were able to explor

Secondary Camp: A life changing experience

The annual Secondary camp continues to be a life changing experience for NCS students: a time of strengthening bonds, deepening faith and personal development. Here is what some students said of the 2016 camp… Cole Oakes (Year 11) Camp was, as it always is, an enjoyable time full of learning through physical experience, deep discussions, and top notch banter. Each year camp finds a way to be a new enlightening experience. Senior camp has really tightened the bond between Year 11 and 12 which is vital in the HSC. Talent night never ceases to bewilder me with its outrageous and diverse collection of “unknown” talent, as well as Mr Whitehouse’s true brutal personality. New friendships are f

State Aeronautical Velocity Champions

Last Friday four members of the NCS rocket team (Lydia Burrow, Joshua Davey, Ryan Davie and Eden Green) ventured to Wollongong University to compete in the State Final of the Aeronautical Velocity Challenge. The challenge was to construct a bottle rocket in 40 minutes which would fly the furthest distance. After a nervous start and a first launch of 41m, the team was feeling the pressure of being an expert team. Fortunately the next flight recorded a distance of 97m! This put the team into the final, which they won with a distance of 85m, becoming State Champions.

Eisteddfod Choral Wrap-up

Primary and Infants Choirs Our Primary and Infants choirs performed exceptionally well at the Shoalhaven Eisteddfod recently. Both choirs achieving 1st place. Secondary Vocal Ensemble 17 students from our Secondary Vocal Ensemble showcased their talents at the Shoalhaven Eisteddfod. Stepping onto the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre stage our students pushed through excited nerves to present two fantastic performances which achieved scores of 93 and 98 out of 100. We finished in a comfortable second place, narrowly defeated by Ulladulla High School. All students presented themselves in a respectful and courteous fashion and deserve to be congratulated on the time and effort they put into re

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