Mrs Nagle Kent-Patterson
Ms Pamela Lawrence
Ms Sue Leishman
Mrs Neryl Lloyd (Y7 Adv2)
Mrs Caron Nelson (Y11 Adv)
Ms Joy Taylor
Mrs Sandra Willis
Mr Erik Van Loon
Ms N McAllister
L Wakeling (Yr 7 Adviser)
Mrs N Lloyd (Assistant Yr 7 Adviser)
- Years 7 to 10
English 2 Unit Advanced Preliminary and HSC
English Extension 1 (3U) Preliminary and HSC
English Extension 2 (4U) HSC
Drama Years 9 and 10
Drama Preliminary and HSC
English faculty can be divided into three parts, English, Drama, and
B Maiden (Head Teacher)
Mr J Elton (Deputy Principal)
Ms M Ward (Relieving Head Teacher Welfare)
Mr B Dennett
Mr J Lester
study of Ancient History involves the use of higher order thinking
skills such as synthesis, analysis and evaluation and the
development of skills in research, use of evidence and argument.
These skills are extremely useful for university education,
especially courses in arts, politics and law. Students study a range
of ancient societies and personalities and deal with the various
views of historian.
studying either Ancient or Modern History my also elect to undertake
Extension History in the HSC year. This course involves an
examination of the craft of the historian and requires students to
complete a major work on an historical investigation of their
History 2 Unit
study of Modern History involves the use of higher order thinking
skills such as synthesis, analysis and evaluation and the
development of skills in research, use of evidence and argument.
These skills are extremely useful for university education,
especially courses in arts, politics and law.
Mrs Marilyn Brunning (Y9 Adv)
Ms Tess Ogara
Mrs Helen Pigram
languages are offered for study at Baulkham Hills High:
Languages may be Studied from year 7 though to the HSC course. In
the senior years only the continuous corse is offered in each of the
Years 7 & 8
Years 7 and 8 students study one language for two years. They select
from French, German and Japanese.
the languages faculty also places great value on students prior
exposure to languages. This exposure might be from a second language
spoken at home, a language being studied at a specialist language
school, or a language studied in the primary school setting.
Exposure might also include a study of the culture associated with
the language. In their first term at high school students are given
the opportunity with the language of their choice culminating in a
presentation to the class.
is also valued, with students who have previously studied either
French, German or Japanese being given priority to continue their
9 & 10
may choose to continue their study of the language for the School
11 & 12
3 languages are offered for study in the HSC course.
Acceleration The language faculty recognises that their may be students who
are exceptional at a language and be performing well above the rest
of the cohort. In these circumstances acceleration is considered.
Currently 5 students are accelerating in languages. Four students in
year 10 have completed the Preliminary HSC in German and will study
the HSC course in 2001. A Year 9 student has recently completed the
School Certificate in French. A further 3 students have successfully
completed the HSC having accelerated in Japanese and German.
study of languages in overseas countries Baulkham Hills High strives to provide students with every
opportunity to explore the target languages. in 2001 the school
successfully applied for funding to assist students in undertaking a
study tour of
, and 4 students are currently studying in
for 2 months.
from overseas students Baulkham Hills High has developed strong links with overseas
students and schools. In 2000, 4 German students were billeted by
Baulkham Hills students for a period of 2 months, during which time
they attended our school.
year the school co-hosts the
. Students are selected to link up with them undertaking a range of
academic, cultural and sporting pursuits.
G Denahy (Head Teacher)
Mrs S Berry
Mrs M Briggs
Mrs L Corfield
Mrs A Kench
Ms G Maissin
Mr P McFadden
Mrs E Saw
Mr D Stokes
Mrs V Tomanovic
Mr S Ursino
Mr B Watters
periods per week. This course is designed for those students with a
high level of ability in Mathematics. It is particularly suitable
for those students keen on a career involving Engineering or
Science. It is strongly recommended that students attempting this
course should have attained a Grade A, or B at ADVANCED LEVEL at the
Mrs L Tan
students study Music in Years 7 and 8. Students may then elect Music
in both Years 9 and
10. For senior students, both Music 1 and Music 2 courses are
offered to equip one for university studies and further musical
education. As an extension of study in Music 2, students may wish to
elect Music Extension, which replaces 3 Unit Music in Year 12,
either to equip students for further music education at tertiary
level, or simply to allow students to pursue a favourite activity as
part of their H.S.C.
Music faculty offers the following programs:
7 Music Program
course will consist of 2 periods per week. One period will be
devoted to performing/composing in the keyboard lab and the other to
listening skills and knowledge.
Performance test on keyboard
all components are assessed each semester.
7 students will be expected to achieve syllabus outcomes LEVEL 4
Year 8 Music Program
course consists of 2 periods per week, very similar to the year 7
· Term 1 - Keyboard
· Term 2 - Guitar
· Term 3 - Music of the Media
· Term 4 - Popular Music
is similar to the Year 7 program.
8 students are expected to achieve syllabus outcomes LEVEL 5
9 Music Elective
Elective Music Course is designed for students who are either
already learning or are intending to learn an instrument or voice.
For that reason, there is a strong emphasis placed on practical
experiences in the classroom, including performances involving the
entire class, small groups and individuals.
The aim of the course is to improve musical skills and knowledge,
whatever your present ability may be, in a relaxed and enjoyable
atmosphere, through active participation in performance, composition
and listening activities. As there are no prerequisites for entry
into the course, there is necessarily a wide range of ability and
levels of competence within the class to start with. Activities are
therefore designed to develop the skills and knowledge of students
at the lower level, while extending the more able and experienced
· Active participation in performing, composing and listening.
· Willingness to co-operate with other members of the class in
preparation of performance pieces
· Aural awareness of the basic elements of music and their use in
various styles of music
· Participation in extra-curricular activities offered by the Music
Department- vocal group, bands etc.
students are advised to begin or continue private tuition on their
instrument and to enrich their musical experiences through
participation in co-curricular ensembles.
1 : World Music
Term 2 : Musicals ( Stage and theatre )
Term 3 : The Suite, program music or rock ( class choice )
Term 4 : Musical Textures
course consists of 5 periods of music a week, with a double
practical period each week.
Year 10 Music Program
All students are involved in classroom experiences in the following
perform a variety of pieces, both solo and ensemble, relevant to the
unit of work being studied.
undertake exercises and activities to develop the skills and
knowledge necessary for composition with the aim of being able to
notate their own musical ideas and pieces.
is the study and analysis of the musical characteristics and
historical details of a piece, genre, style or period of music.
refers to the ability to discriminate between sounds and to make
judgements about their use in a variety of styles, periods and
· Term 1 - Jazz
· Term 2 - Either Popular Music OR Art Music (to be negotiated with
· Term 3 - Music for the theatre After 1900
· Term 4 - Art Music After 1900
the end of Year 10, students are expected to achieve outcomes at
Levels 6 - 8, with the majority of the class achieving Level 7.
Semester 2 and in line with School Policy, the final report mark
consists of the School Certificate mark only.
1 ( Years 11 & 12 )
1 builds on the Years 7 - 10 Mandatory Course. It caters for
students who have diverse musical backgrounds and musical interests,
including those with an interest in popular music.
Students in Music 1 range from those with beginner instrumental and
/ or vocal skills to those with highly developed performance skills
in a variety of musical styles including contemporary / popular
Music 1 assumes no prior knowledge of musical notation beyond the
basic introduction in the Years 7 - 10 Mandatory Course.
Music 1, students study:
· the concepts of music
· through the learning experiences of Performance, Composition,
Musicology and Aural
· within the context of a range of styles, periods and genres
choose six topics from a list of 22 available for study.
· Music for radio, film, television and multimedia
· Rock Music
· Technology and its influence on music
· Popular music
· Music of the 20th and 21st centuries
Music 2 ( Years 11 and 12 )
2 builds on the Years 7 - 10 Mandatory Course and Additional Study
Courses and focuses on the study of Western Art Music.
It is assumed that students have a formal background in Music, have
developed literacy skills and have some knowledge and understanding
of musical styles.
The course will provide students with the opportunity to build on
their knowledge and skills and encourage the desire to continue
learning in formal and informal music settings after school and
Extension Course offers a high degree of specialisation in
Performance, Composition or Musicology.
Each student will follow an individual program of study which will
be negotiated between the teacher and the student.
ensembles offered my the music faculty
The vocal group rehearses every Tuesday morning at
for an hour and is conducted by both Mr. Drummond and Mrs. L.Tan
We would love to have many more juniors join us, in particular Year
7s. Please see Mrs. Tan for more information.
Vocal group rehearsals will resume Term 1, 2002.
group- Opera House Choral Concert
Several months of rehearsing some challenging repertoire came to an
exciting conclusion for the vocal group when they sang at the
Combined Schools Opera House Choral Concert in Term 3.
It was a thoroughly enjoyable, but tiring day, but I'm sure we're
looking forward to many more to come!
Personal Development/Health/Physical Education
Gordon Smith (HT)
Dr Lyle Croyle
Mrs Sue Davis
Ms Kim Johnston
Mr Jeff Perry
constitutes a major role in the Baulkham Hills High curriculum. The
PE/Health/PD department is one of the largest and well developed
departments at Baulkham Hills High. Their extensive resources make
practical lessons both fun and educational. Each year teachers play
an active role in both Swimming and Athletics carnivals, and many
other extra-curricular activities.
is a core compulsory subject for all students from year 7 to year
10. The Board of Studies will award a School Certificate to all
students who successfully study 100 hours of study in years 9
students study PDHPE five periods per week in year 7 and three
periods per week in years 8-10. In the practical area, as well as
the more traditional activities students can experience short
courses in archery, orienteering, wrestling, indoor bowls and
multicultural sports from overseas including pateka and korfball. In
years 7 and 8 we have a compulsory unit of "lifesaving"
where EVERY student will learn to swim and be able to be in a
position to make an informed decision about attempting a rescue of
someone or even being able to save themselves! Each student attempts
to pass one of the Levels 1-7 of the Royal Lifesaving Swim and
Survive awards. In theory, over four years students will study areas
such as drug harm minimisation, nutrition, sexuality education,
child protection, heart health, cancer education, fitness to name
but a small coverage of topics.
"ACE" (acceleration, consolidation and extension) courses
we offer courses that include Sport Recreation and Lifestyle where
students learn the value of participating in "lifetime"
pursuits of sport and recreation including golf, lawn bowls, rock
climbing, ten pin bowling as well as participating in
"traditional" activities. (Students also learn how to
you save a life?
course is designed to inform students of First Aid requirements
which could save someone's life in and emergency situation. At the
successful completion of the course students receive the St John
Senior First Aid Certificate.
the senior school,
offers the 2 Unit Personal Development Health and Physical Education
course. (In 1996 close to 10,000 students state wide studied this
course.) In 1997 24
students will sitting for the HSC, in 1998 42 students. As well as
doing core modules students have several "options" for
study. 1997 students studied "First Aid and Sport
Injuries", whilst Year 11 studied "Outdoor
Recreation" and in 1998 year12 will study "The Art and
Science of Coaching. As part of the Outdoor Recreation option
students attended a "Ski Excursion" where students were
taught to ski, survive in the snow and appreciate the great
outdoors! We hope this will be an annual event at
PDHPE staff are very busy out of class time as well. We have a very
strong Aerobics team which train and compete on weekends. Several
teams have placed very high in regional and state competitions. Each
has representation in the Sydney West Dance Festival. We continue to
have our Dance item on the celebrity Night; a strong indicator of
our talent. Staff are involved with knockout sport and within the
community with the running of First Aid and CPR courses.
Colin McAuliffe (HT)
Mrs Claire Andrew
Mrs Heather Cavanagh
Mrs Evelyn Chin
Mrs Sharron Frame
Mrs Annemarie Hill
Mrs Sandra Johns
Mrs Diane Lundgren
Ms Sangeeta Mehta
Mr John Simpson
Mrs Angela Tripolone
is the study of living things; how they function and interact with
each other. Advances in the biological sciences are currently
offering the greatest challenges to our culture and society.
is a world leader in many fields associated with biological research
and its applications to agriculture, medicine, food production,
human genetics, palaeontology and environmental monitoring and
is the study of materials and their interactions. It is the science
that most influences every aspect of our everyday lives and provides
the majority of science-based vocations. It is a recommended subject
for most science related fields. This is a demanding course intended
for students who may wish to continue their study of science at
is the "fundamental" science. It strives to explain the
most basic aspects of the natural world and thus forms the basis for
the other sciences. There are few vocational opportunities in pure
physics, however it is a required subject for most science-related
fields. This is a demanding course that caters for those people who
wish to pursue a tertiary science course
Social Sciences Faculty offers a wide range of courses across the
school curriculum. The Staff aim to promote student-centred learning
through acceleration programs, extra-curricular activities, group
work, individual research and the use of technology.
K. Rodger (Head Teacher Social Sciences)
G. Cigana (Head Teacher Administration)
C. Sheridan (Sport Organiser)
C. Jones (Sport Organiser)
N. Barkas (Assistant Year 8 Student Adviser)
is a compulsory component of the junior school. In Years 7 & 8
students develop their geographical skills and investigate global
issues (eg. global warming, destruction of rainforests, communities
around the world). In Years 9 & 10 students study Australian
Geography and complete the field study component of the course
during a three day excursion to the SnowyMountains. Year 10 students sit for
the School Certificate Geography examination in November.
School Certificate Geography Results
Hills students performed extremely well in the School Certificate
examination in 2002. Ninety students (50.56%) achieved a band 6
result of 90% or above. These results were exception as only 4.98%
of students in NSW achieved Band 6.
students study Commerce in Years 7 & 8 (Consumer Education).
Most students select Commerce as an elective subject in Years 9
& 10 (Business, Government, Law).
Commerce students have the opportunity to accelerate their study by
completing stage 5 Commerce in Year 9, Preliminary Economics in Year
10 and HSC Economics in Year 11. This program of study allows
students to accumulate their HSC over Years 11 & 12 and provides
them with greater flexibility in the senior school. Over 120
students have been accelerated in Economics since the program was
introduced in 1996.
Economics Students 2002 HSCResults
Hardy and Cecilia Chi (99%) equal second in NSW.
students achieved an average HSC mark of 93%
students achieved band 6(90%
+) and were recognized in the Board of Studies merit list. In
general students who achieve band 6 in 10 units of study usually
gain a UAI of 99+.
following students were recognized in the BOS merit list:Tristan Hardy (99%), Cecilia Chi (99%), Adrian Tan (97%),
Brendan Ratter (96%), Jason Lim (96%), Joanne Harrison (95%),
Renee Attard (94%) Elizabeth Tan (94%), Marie Hadley (93%),
Shana Krishnan (93%) Stasia Tan (93%), Simon Kim (92%), Daniel
Lee (92%), Jenny Li (92%), Vipin Vijay (92%), Diana Zhang (92%),
Daniel Townsend (91%)
Social Sciences Faculty has introduced a number of new courses in
recent years in order to provide students with a broader curriculum.
The summary of Social Sciences 2002 HSC results attached indicates
students are achieving outstanding academic success in all subjects.
The following subjects will be offered to senior students in 2003:
Robinson, Mr Filewood, Mrs Bakas, Mr Dumas
and Culture: Mrs
Social Sciences HSC Result
HSC results were outstanding. The table below indicates the Social
Sciences faculty results were all substantially above the state
Hills HS average
Individual HSC Results 2002
Hardy and Cecilia Chi 99% - equal second in NSW in Economics
Brown 97% - fifth in NSW in Legal Studies
Wheeler 97% - sixth in NSW in Legal Studies
Jayawerra 97% - seventh in NSW in Economics
Bhat 96% - fourteenth in NSW in Business Studies
students from 17 achieved band 6 of 90% or above
students from 47 achieved band 6 of 90% or above
Individual HSC Results 2002
students from 58 achieved band 6 of 90% or above
students from 38 achieved band 6 of 90% or above
Technology and Applied Studies (Industrial Arts and Home Economics)
Mr Noel Drew
Mr Warwick Hempel
Judie Dowler (Y8 Adv)
Ms Jackie Dummett
Mr Kathir Sabaretnam
and Applied Studies
impact of technology is felt in factories, offices, homes, schools,
organisations and society at large. At
it is important that students learn to use technology and learn
about its power and scope as well as its limitations. They develop
skills in the creation, manipulation, storage and use of technology
as applied to problems associated with personal, community and
Representative Council for 2003 were elected late last year.
Congratulations to the following students.
junior and senior SRC members have been busy lately representing
their peers at youth conferences. The junior SRC (Manu Singh,
Alyssa Ignacio, Cassandra O’Connor, Melissa Brooks, Catherine Fan,
Roy Mariathas, Erin Spike, Jeremy Chan, Nick Tsang, Natalie Tymoc,
Veronica Cheung and Amy Nesbitt) attended a Banana Power Youth
Conference for students in the youth district. Senior SRC members, Matthew
Varley and Bree Rebolledo, are representing the student body on
a committee carrying out a review of the school’s welfare policy. Jessica
Evans and Gina Yuwana represented the school at the World Vision
Leadership Conference held in the school holidays.
SRC will be organising the 40-hour famine again this year. Last year
the school raised over $6000 for World Vision. The famine is held
over 16-18 May. Listen out for rolls announcement for details how to
register for this great event with the SRC.
the SRC will be running the Baulko Lounge – a Dance (if you want
to) Party on 9 May, in
the gym. There will be food, drinks, DJ, games, chill out lounge and
dancing. Tickets are $5.00 and are on sale all this week from your
Service is a programme of mentoring and support that is available to
all students. The programme has been in place for ten years and is a
critical aspect of the culture of Baulkham Hills High.
confronted with academic problems, regardless of the subject can
find help at the Tutorial Service. Under the supervision of Mr
Dennett, Year 12 students with particular expertise provide
assistance in a range of areas. All of the HSC subjects plus, essay,
exam and study skills are addressed. Help with time management and
interview skills is also available.
Service is available every Tuesday and Thursday at lunchtime in Room
C15, or by appointment. The service can meet the needs of all kinds
of students ranging from the obsessive, those who strive for
perfection to those who simply want to survive. The tutors empathize
with the challenges confronting clients. Help ranges from immediate
crisis management to the longer-term refinement of skills.
entered 10 national academic competitions and gained a high
percentage of prizes and the highest available awards.
Jayaweera won multiple awards for business at state and national
level of the Australian Business Week competition. He also won the
2002 Excellence in Youth Business Award form Baulkham Hills Council.
school SRC was active in representing students and in raising money
for worthwhile causes, most notably $1100 for the Jeans for Genes
Maira, Brendan Ratter, Jacky Poon and Lashika Medagoda were among 20
students selected nationwide to become Australian Science Olympiads
Mackay was one of 20 students in NSW awarded a Certificate of
Commendation by the Governor, Prof Marie Bashir, for his significant
Ratter and Parth Shah were selected to participate in the National
Youth Science Forum in Canberra.
time of writing, six students have won scholarships from
universities for 2003.
students participated in the Mitchell Youth Leadership Forum.
Kwan gained the highest result in NSW in Year 7 in the Australian
Schools English Competition.
Mackay was invited to join the Commission for Children and Young
Vithanage was an award from the Minister for excellence in student
achievement for the study of Sinhalese.
Australian Mathematics Trust invited two students to join extension
Watson won the Highly Commended Award in the Hills School-Industry
Partnership in Hospitality.
the 2002 Excellence in Youth Business Award from Baulkham Hills
Irani won the prestigious Malcolm Chaikin Scholarship at UNSW in
HSC work was shortlisted for selection in Artexpress and Encore.
school conducted a highly successful successful Creative and
Performing Arts Evening featuring published poets.
of the school performed in the Schools Spectacular and Public
Schools Instrumental Ensemble.
were selected from audition to perform in the Sydney West Dance
school formed a String Ensemble during the year, to join the other
established music groups.
6th Annual Art Exhibition opened to unprecedented large
new group excelled in its public performances.
Junior Band won gold at the Yamaha Music Festival
annual school Poetry Competition produced work of a very high
standard. The school provided winners in the District Poetry
Competition, the Sydney Morning Herald Young Writer of the Year
Competition and numerous Very Highly Commended awards in the
Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards.
Chang won an Australian Youth Poetry and Young Poets Fellowship.
Masaman was invited to read her poetry at the International Society
of Poets Convention in California.
work of 4 students was published in Youth Writes, a national
anthology of young Australians’ writing.
Wright was selected in the NSW public schools Junior Drama Ensemble
SCHOOL CERTIFICATE INFORMATION
the 2002 Higher School Certificate, 179 students attracted 118
offers for tertiary placement from 5 universities. The Universityof Sydneyand the Universityof NSWcontinue to enrol the
majority of students from the school, with MacquarieUniversityand UTS attracting
substantial numbers. One mainstream student left the school for
employment during the year. 10 graduating students from the Support
Unit are either in employment or participating in further vocational
performed substantially above the State average in English Advanced
and English Extension 1.On
a statewide basis student performed best in Advanced English.Results in English Extension 2.were also above state average showing positive growth
compared to 2001.
performed substantially above the State average in Extension 1
Maths, Extension 2 Maths and Advanced Maths.Students gained great value in studying all Mathematics
Society and its Environment (HSIE)
performed substantially above the State average in Business Studies,
Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, Modern and Ancient History, 1
Unit and Extension History.All
HSIE subjects performed equally well on a statewide basis.
performed substantially above the State average in Biology, Physics
and Chemistry.On a
statewide basis student performed best in Biology.
performed substantially above the State average in PDHPE.
performed above the State average in Drama, Music 1, Music 2 and
performed substantially above the state average in Software Design
& Development, Information Processes & Technology and
a statewide basis student performed best in Information Processes
performed substantially above the state average in 2 Unit Japanese
undertaking this course achieved a result in Band 6.
10 students sat for formal examinations in English-Literacy,
Mathematics, Science and History, Geography and Civics.S.C results showed students to be above the results expected
from their Year 5 Basic Skills Test (BST) scores in 1997.A majority of students were placed at the top of the State in
the highest performance band.There
was consistent performance across the four curriculum areas.
performance in English Literacy was outstanding.Results were substantially above the State average.The overwhelming majority of students obtained marks in Band
6.Progress made since
the Year 5 BST indicate the vast majority of students exceeded
performance in Mathematics was outstanding.Results were substantially above the State average.The overwhelming majority of students obtained marks in Band
6.Progress made since
the Year 5 BST indicate students either met expectations, or
enhanced their performance, while at Baulkham Hills
performance in Science was outstanding.Results were substantially above the State average.The overwhelming majority of students obtained marks in Band
6.There is an upward
trend in performance compared with progress in 2000.Progress made since the Year 5 BST indicate students either
met expectations, or enhanced their performance, while at BaulkhamHillsHigh School.
Geography and Civics
performance in History, Geography and Civics was outstanding. In
both History and Geography students achieved 10 times the state
average in Band 6. Progress made since the Year 5 BST indicate the
vast majority of students either met expectations, or enhanced their
performance, while at Baulkham Hills High.
School Certificate results were exceptional in both external
examinations and in grades allocated internally in all subjects.A majority of students scored in the highest band in external
examinations and this was mirrored in the allocation of grades for
school-based assessment. Students performed at an equally good level
in all external tests.
Zone - 2nd place; Area- Jacquelyn Gilbert 16 years girls age
champion; 13 students competed at the NSW Combined High Schools CHS)
Zone - 1st place; Area - 2nd place; while Jason Brun 17 years boys
champion; 12 students represented at the NSWCHS Carnival.
Zone - 1st place; Area - 1st place; 12 students represented in 22
events in the NSWCHS Carnival.
students attained Age Championships at Zone carnivals.
represented the school each week in 23 summer and 23 winter grade
teams in the Hills Zone Competition;12 teams won their competitions.
cricket were Area Champions and finished 4th in the State finals.
They were also quarter finalists in the Australian All Schools
Carnival (the GHD Cup).
Australian Rules football team won the Area Championship for the
second year in a row.
Volleyball, the boys team finished 7th in the State finals, were
Area and State champions and came 4th in the Australian
girls, Jennifer Baldwin, Amelia Barrett, Justin Foo and Nea Toivanen,
gained selection in the NSWCHS Open team and four, Hayley French,
Geraldine Chin, Louise Gates and Achinthi Vithanage, gained
selection in the Under 16 All Schools team.
Barrett was awarded State and Area "Blues" for her
achievements in volleyball.
Hart gained selection in the NSWCHS water polo team.
students, Kirsty Champion, Jacqueline Chang, Sue-Lynne Chok, Jodie
Olivier, Anita Roediger, Ailsa Seaton and Stasia Tan, represented
NSW in the Australian All Schools Athletics Championships in Hobart.
Baulkham Hills team of 10 students finished 3rd in the Australian
Schools Knock-out Athletics Championships in Launceston.This way was the only co-educational, non-sportsStatehigh school to qualify for
the national finals.
Cross-Country, the 18 years girls team of Kirsty Champion, Anita
Roediger, Jodie Oliver and Noni Austin won silver at the State
students, Jessica Lee and Alvin Liu, won their divisions at the NSW
Junior Badminton tournament.