eNews – Week 6, Term 3 2023

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From Our Director of Teaching and Learning

At St Peter’s Girls’ School, our students are encouraged to challenge their thinking by being bold, robust and inquiring learners. Through our teachings and our culture, we inspire women of character and influence. As a school we understand the significance of academic rigour in not only shaping our girls’ current educational journeys but also in preparing them for life-long learning. Our approaches to learning are intentionally designed to equip students with the essential skills and knowledge that transcend the classroom, empowering them for the opportunities that lie ahead. We empower our girls to undertake a comprehensive and well-rounded course of study. Central to our approach is the cultivation of deep thinking and comprehensive exposure to a diverse curriculum, ensuring that our students possess both a solid foundation and a wide-ranging perspective as they navigate their educational journey and life beyond school.

In the ELC, our education practice is influenced by the Reggio Emilia philosophy which values every child as strong, capable and resilient. Throughout the ELC and Junior School, students complete the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IBPYP). The PYP aims to develop the intellectual, emotional and physical potential of each girl, in a secure and stimulating environment. Through the PYP our girls are encouraged to learn to appreciate knowledge, conceptual understandings, skills and personal attributes as a connected whole.

In the Middle School, teachers create learning experiences which are guided by the principles of our Academic Framework. In every subject students are encouraged to develop and reflect upon the signature skills of self-management, communication, collaboration, investigation as well as creative and critical thinking.

Upon entering the Senior School, students choose to complete the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP). Both programs offer sound academic pathways and continue to foster our signature skills through to their completion.

Our girls make informed decisions to undertake SACE or the IBDP through understanding their styles of learning, the subject offerings, and requirements of each program. Both programs enable graduates to be primed to embrace the complexities and opportunities of a rapidly evolving global landscape. Our Senior students’ commitment to our School’s Senior Course of Study supports them in rising to the academic rigour required for them to truly reach their potential.

At the heart of our educational philosophy, we are inspired by our core values: courage, compassion and creativity. Our students enter our School as girls and leave as sophisticated and caring young women keen to make their mark on the world.

Kate Fryer
Director of Teaching & Learning

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Science Oliphant Success!

This year, 28 students from Years 3 – 12 competed in the SASTA Oliphant Science Awards. The girls submitted projects across a range of categories, including photography, posters, scientific inquiries, and scientific writing. Congratulations to Zoe Curtis (Year 6) and Arabella Morgante (Year 4) who were named as award winners in their categories. Zoe Curtis was named a winner for her scientific inquiry submission where she investigated movement and vibrations. Zoe was also named a winner for her photography submission where she photographed the movement of ooblek through vibrations. Arabella Morgante was named a winner for her scientific writing submission where she investigated insects and their use as food sources. Additionally, Ania Choi (Year 7) was highly commended for her programming submission ‘Magic Herbot’.

Zoe and Arabella will be recognised at the SASTA Oliphant Science Awards presentation night in October. Congratulations girls!

Sophie Dolling
Scientist in Residence

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Clean Sweep at Winter Intercol

During Week 6, our annual Winter Intercol took place against Walford. Our teams faced off against Walford in Aussie Rules, Badminton, Hockey, Netball and Soccer.

Soccer kicked off (pun intended!) the weeks matches with our Open A playing at Walford and our Middle A playing at Saints. As there were just two games for soccer, if the schools won one match each the overall winner would be decided on goal difference.

Our Open A’s played a tightly fought match, which was tense from beginning to end. Scores were locked away at one-all before Walford kicked the winner, ending the game with Walford 2-1 up.

It was now up to our Middle A’s to bring home the win and by two goals or more to secure the trophy! Fresh off their outstanding win in the Middle A Grade Final the week prior, the girls were full of confidence and came out playing attacking, dominant soccer.

The girls controlled the game from the first whistle, running out eventual winners 15+ to zero. An absolutely phenomenal performance from a very talented team. This super effort from both teams meant that Saints retained the soccer trophy from 2022. A great start to Intercol week!

Next up was Friday Night Footy at Payneham Oval. Seduced by offers of a free bus, free sausage and free drink (as well as the promise of a close game), crowd numbers were impressive and the girls got around the team to support with lots of great signs on display and cheering to be heard. Lead by the very vocal Ashlyn May, who despite being injured and not able to take the field still made her presence felt.

Saints kicked one early, but Walford replied just as quickly. Willow Stewart-Rattray and Chloe Porter got the ball moving into our forward line, but it was a challenge to score with Walford bringing the ball out of defence too easily. Quarters 2 and 3 saw not many scores but some great individual efforts from Ella Ridge, Jasmine Segredos and Phoebe Russell before the final quarter saw the floodgates open. Grace Richards started the party with an accurate finish before Georgie Owler put the icing on the cake with a goal kicked from over her head to seal the victory.

An outstanding win by the girls that was enjoyed by everyone who was there!

We now held two of the five Intercol trophies, so the pressure was on our Badminton, Hockey and Netball girls to get the job done on Saturday morning.

Our Hockey girls had played Walford twice in the season already, once in May where we defeated them 4-0 and then again at the School Sport SA State Hockey Championships where we just scraped over the line winning 1-0. So, we knew it was going to be tough, especially as Walford had held the trophy for the past two years.

The girls were focused from the get-go. We scored early and built from there, going into the three-quarter time break 3-0 up. Walford threw absolutely everything they had at us in the final quarter, including taking their goalie off to put in an extra scoring option but our girls held onto for the win 4-0. A complete performance and a fitting way to end the season for our hockey girls, who know what it means to play as one and show courage, creativity and compassion.

Our Badminton girls had a little bit extra on the line during Intercol, with our Open A’s needing a big win to give them the best chance of securing a spot in the Grand Final on September 9. They did not disappoint, with a huge win 6-10-176 to 0-1-81. Both Open B teams had dominant wins with Walford only winning one set across those three match ups. Our two C teams rounded out what was truly a dominant performance with Saints taking the win 5 matches to 1.

To top this off, we found out on Monday that our Open A’s managed the sneak into the top two and will now play Pembroke in the Open A final on September 9. Well done girls!

With Saints never having lost Netball Intercol the teams went in confident and ready to bring the trophy home for a sixth time and complete the clean sweep of Winter Intercol. A feat which has not been achieved since 2018.

With ten games being played across Middle and Senior School, Saints needed to secure wins in at least six of these matches to retain the trophy. After the early games concluded, Saints was up 5-0 and at the end of all the matches we had won Netball Intercol 9-0.

There were some great skills on display and it was wonderful to see our Open A’s win their first game of the year in what has been a really tough season for them.

Saints hold all five Winter Interhouse trophies! A fantastic effort from all the girls and coaches, and a lovely way for our Year 12 girls to finish their Winter sporting with the school.

Alice Johnswood
Sports Administrator

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Jazz Masterclass at Conservatorium

Last Tuesday, music students from Enchante who are currently completing SACE Stage 2 Solo Performance and SACE Stage 2 Ensemble Performance, as well as some students who are planning to undertake these Music subjects next year, experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

International jazz sensation and multiple Grammy Award nominee Jazzmeia Horn was recently invited by the Helpmann Academy to travel to Adelaide, as part of an Arts initiative in partnership with the Adelaide University Conservatorium. Based in New York City, Jazzmeia is a vocalist, producer, activist, writer, and educator. Enthused as one of the “most exciting vocalists in jazz” by The New York Times, Jazzmeia Horn has been compared to vocal jazz greats such as Betty Carter, Sarah Vaughan, and Nancy Wilson.

Sari Noble
Director of Choirs

On Tuesday I had the privilege of attending a Secondary Schools Jazz Vocal Masterclass at the University of Adelaide, with Grammy award-winning singer Jazzmeia Horn. In this workshop, students had the opportunity to perform jazz repertoire for Jazzmeia. I was lucky enough to be chosen and performed Ella Fitzgerald’s ‘Misty’, in which I received advice from Jazzmeia on how to make the piece my own. Her suggestions regarding experimenting with improvisation, together with her demonstration were absolutely invaluable. I was grateful to absorb Jazzmeia’s knowledge and wisdom, as well as watch some up-and-coming jazz performers from different schools. It was a fantastic experience.

Zara Blight
Year 12 Student

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Enchante Announces Exciting New Project

Senior choir Enchante is working on a special project to help raise the profile of original music in Adelaide and to promote our own young emerging composers at Saints Girls. Enchante is excited to announce they will shortly be releasing a new E.P. (extended play). Entitled Enchante Originals, the E.P. will feature 3 compositions, each by one of Enchante’s talented composers. The E.P. will be available in the coming weeks on Spotify. You can also access our previous jazz album Enchante Live on this music platform. Stay tuned on our social media accounts over the coming weeks for song releases and updates!

Sari Noble
Director of Choirs

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SLIC Girls ‘Read, Grow and Inspire’


Each year, the Student Library Initiatives Club (SLIC) spend many hours in preparation for the Junior School Book Week Assembly. They READ through the nominated Book of the Year titles and write plays for the assembly in Week 5. Through rehearsals during many lunchtimes, they GROW their confidence in the performances they have created, refine scripts and take ownership of all the required staging elements from props and costumes to screen images. For the first time, this year’s Dress Rehearsal was shared with ELC children who were delighted with the performances. At the end of the last play, one child commented, ‘Can we see more?’ A great endorsement.

On August 25, the girls hit the stage performing Where the Lyre Bird lives (Ruby P, Hope, Alysa, Monica, Naadiya, Misha), Theres’s no such book (Ruby A, Naomi, Alice, Daisy), Bev and Kev (Kaylah, Jessica, Emily), Jigsaw (Annie, Mack, Emily) and Frank’s Red Hat (Ayla, Ashani, Sapphire, Malaika & Heidi)This year the girls were not only supported by Year 6 compares (Charlotte, Valencia & Lily) but also worked with a waddle of five penguins (Shruti, Ella, Elana, Pearl & Clara), actors for Katie and Kitty (Grace & Zoe), a playful dog (Brooke) and a regal Lion (Mathilda). Other Year 6 students (Sophia, Lianna, Willow, Eliza, Sophie & Scarlett) played an invaluable role as stage assistants ensuring the smooth transition between plays.

This annual event has significance in that the work done by this talented group of girls reaches out across the School, engaging our youngest members to Senior students. Their efforts truly INSPIRE all those who love reading. I would like to personally acknowledge how proud I am of their creativity, perseverance and commitment.

Lisa Hollis
Head of Library and Information Services

‘The Book Week performance is our favourite part of being involved in the Student Library Initiatives Club. We enjoyed embracing the theme ‘Read, Grow, Inspire’ which we were able to incorporate into creative performances adored by the ELC and Junior School students. The aspect of bringing books to life is what our audiences find so captivating while, as performers, engaging younger readers is truly rewarding. We also love the experience of seeing all the imaginative costumes the younger students wear that never disappoint. We can’t wait until next year!’

Jessica Zhang and Emily McCorley
SLIC Members


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Health Notification

To minimise the spread of illness across the School, we remind you to endorse good hygiene practices with your child(ren) at home, such as covering coughs and sneezes and frequently washing your hands.

If your child begins to display cold or flu-like symptoms, please follow the current guidance from SA Health:

  • Students should stay home for 5 days if they have cold or flu-like symptoms, and test for COVID-19.
  • Whether they receive a positive or negative result, they should stay home until symptoms subside (five to seven days). This includes avoiding high risk settings, OSHC, co-curricular activities, excursions and camps.
  • While face masks are no longer mandated, they are an important physical barrier to help stop the spread of COVID, particularly when indoors.

If your child tests positive to COVID-19, please inform the School. Please also notify the School each day of absence, or provide the expected period of absence.

You can notify us via one of the following methods. Please include the name of the Class or Home Group. If emailing, feel free to ‘CC’ the teacher of the Class/Home Group as well.


Text: 0428 601 957 (save to phone contacts as SPGS)

Phone: 8334 2200

For more SA Health information, click here.

Please note that if your child is unwell, they should remain home until they have recovered, irrespective of the illness.

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2023 Year 5 Production – Aladdin!

Aladdin Jr. is a wonderful tale based on the story of Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp. This was one of the tales told by Scheherazade in the 1000 Arabian Nights.

The Year 5 students have been enthusiastically preparing to share this colourful story of adventure and romance with audiences. What’s not to love – heroes and heroines, an amazing genie and a magic carpet?!

Save the Date – Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September, St Peter’s Girls’ Arts Centre
Tickets go on sale next Monday 4 September – click here to book.

We can guarantee a fun night out which will have you toe tapping, clapping and leaving with a big smile on your face!

Shelley Hampton

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Junior School Art Trail – Next Week

Artwork by Eliza Phillips (Year 6)

The 2023 Junior School Art Trail will launch next Tuesday 5 September (Week 7). Grandparents and treasured friends are invited to join us for this magical journey through our School, showcasing the imagination and creativity of our Reception – Year 6 artists.

Artworks include giant treasure maps, coiled ceramic plates, sustainable bird sculptures, abstract painted flags, upcycled chairs, hanging lanterns, ceramic cultural buildings and a collection of collaborative paintings.

The exhibition will be staggered across the day. Visitors are invited to arrive at the time scheduled for their youngest Junior School student in the family. Older Junior School students will join the tour scheduled for their younger sister’s year level:

• 8.45am – 10am: Mid-Year Reception and Reception (and older Junior School sisters)
• 10.30am – 11.45am: Year 2 and 5 students (and older Junior School sisters)
• 12pm – 1.15pm: Year 3 and 6 students (and older Junior School sisters)
• 1.45pm – 3pm: Year 1 and 4 students (and older Junior School sisters)

Parents are invited to view the trail with their daughters between 8 – 8.30am and 3.30 – 5pm, Wednesday 6 – Friday 8 September. We can’t wait to see you there!

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SACE Dance 2023 – Book Now!

The SACE Dance students have been preparing all year for their performance ‘Welcome to Oz’ which follows Dorothy and her friends down the yellow brick road towards the weird and wonderful Emerald City. Come along on 6-7 September at 7pm for a spectacular evening and see our talented Senior Dance students in action! Tickets are on sale now and close at 5pm on the day of each performance, click here to book.

An enthusiastic audience always helps our dancers to reach their full performance potential. Thank you for your support!

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SLIC reViews Issue 8 Out Now

The Student Libraries Initiatives Club’s Magazine: SLIC reViews Issue 8 is now available.

This issue celebrates Book Week and the fabulous writers and illustrators who contribute to Australian children’s literature. The girls had a fabulous week celebrating Australian literature with author talks from Margot McGovern to the Year 9 students, illustrator Lauren Mullinder teaching the Year 8 students about illustrating picture books and Miss Hollis leading the Year 7 students in Book Week bingo.

The student Libraries Initiatives Club and the Year 6 Library Leaders picked their favourite books from the shortlisted picture books to perform at the Book Week Assembly; Bev and Kev, Jigsaw, Where the Lyrebird lives, Frank’s Red Hat and There’s No Such Book. Jigsaw and Frank’s Red Hat were voted the favourite books for the Junior School.

Start reading now – click here

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Scholastic Book Club Issue 6

Reading has a positive impact on the mental, social and emotional health of children. Encouraging reading for pleasure and giving children an independent choice is key to keeping them engaged in reading. Children are more likely to finish a book if they pick the book themselves. Enjoy reading some of the great titles in this issue such as The Lorikeet by Paul Jennings, Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess by Nancy Springer and Zoo School by Heath McKenzie.

Due to popular demand, Scholastic have made available exclusively online The Hunger Games novels. They can be ordered on LOOP for $10 each using the following item numbers.

  • The Hunger Games Item 460,
  • Catching Fire Item 461,
  • Mockingjay Item 462,
  • The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes Item 463

You can place your child’s order at Scholastic Australia LOOP website or using the LOOP app, which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.

Browse Issue six here

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School Health Centre Notices

It is imperative that all medical information, including immunisations, is up to date on the School’s myLink parent portal.

Please follow this pathway to check and/or update details: myLink > Community Portal > My Details > select child name

If you have any questions, please email

COVID-19 Information

Please find the latest guidance from SA Health:

  • It is strongly recommended that students stay home if they have cold or flu-like
    symptoms, and test for COVID-19.
  • Whether they receive a positive or negative result, they should stay home until symptoms subside (usually five to seven days).
  • While face masks are no longer mandated, they are an important physical barrier to help stop the spread of COVID, particularly when indoors.

If your child tests positive to COVID-19, please inform the School. Please also notify the School each day of absence, or provide the expected period of absence.

You can notify us via one of the following methods. Please include the name of the ELC Room, Class or Home Group. If emailing, feel free to ‘CC’ the teacher of the Room/Class/Home Group as well.


Text: 0428 601 957 (save to phone contacts as SPGS)

Phone: 8334 2200

For more SA Health information, click here

Please note that if your child is unwell, they should remain home until they have recovered, irrespective of the illness.

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School Shop Notice

School Shop Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 8am – 4pm (closed for lunch 12 – 12.30pm)

Parents can also order items via our Online School Shop. This is now accessible via the Flexischools platform which also administers our Online Tuck Shop. To sign in or sign up to Flexischools, click here

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Absences from School

If your child will be absent from school/ELC or is arriving late or leaving early, please notify the School via one of the following methods:

Text: 0428 601 957


Phone: 8334 2200

Please ensure to include your child’s name, the name of the ELC Room, Class or Home Group and the reason for the absence ie illness/appointment/family/sport etc.

If notifying via email, feel free to ‘cc’ the teacher of the Room/Class/Home Group as well.

It would be appreciated if notification is received prior to 9am.

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Sports News

Sport Results


Open A: Saints (33) v Walford (16)
Playing Intercol was always going to be a tough match and it was hard fought from the start. Willow Stewart-Rattray and Chloe Porter got the ball moving into our forward line but it was a challenge to score with Walford bringing the ball out of defence too easily. Quarters 2 and 3 saw not many scores but some great individual efforts from Ella Ridge, Jasmine Segredos and Phoebe Russell before the final quarter saw the floodgates open. Grace Richards started the party with an accurate finish before Georgie Owler put the icing on the cake with a goal kicked from over her head to seal the victory. Congratulations to the Year 12 girls for their dedication to AFL over the years, they were able to finish with a well-deserved win. – Dan Searle, Coach.

Best Player: Chloe Porter.
Superwoman: Phoebe Russell


Open A: Saints (6) v Walford (0)
Open B Blue: Saints (6) v Walford (0)
Open B White: Saints (5) v Walford (1)
Open C Blue: Saints (3) v Walford (3)
Open C White: Saints (6) v Walford (0)


Year 4 – 6 Blue: Saints (2) v Seymour Blue (34)
Best Player: Penny Coulter.
Superwoman: Mathilda Begg. Special mention to Amelia Birmingham for being a great team manager!
Year 4 – 6 White: Saints (2) v Pembroke Red (53)
Best Player: Jiaen Lu and Grace Lin
Superwoman: Aimee Ju for playing excellent defence, placing lots of pressure and the opposition and fighting for rebounds. Zara Millhouse for scoring our only goal and getting a few great blocks!


Open A: Saints (4) v Walford (1)
Best Player: Bridgette Leach.
Superwoman: Zara Trim.
Year 3/4: Saints (0) v Walford (2)
Best Player: Emma Brooks.
Superwoman: Clare Lucas


U13 Blue: Saints (5) v Glenelg Seahawks (7)
Best Player: Willow Chong.
Super Woman: Chelsea Francis for her running in midfield.
U13 White: Saints v North Adelaide – FORFEIT LOSS


Senior School
Premier League:
Saints (55) v Walford (34)
Best Player: Georgia Mallick.
Premier League Reserves: Saints (61) v Walford (23)
Open A: Saints (37) v Walford (21)
Best Player: Georgie Owler.
Superwoman: Sophie Ryan.
Open B: Saints (37) v Walford (13)
Best Player: Scarlett Riley-Male.
Superwoman: Mollie Kennett.
Open E: Saints (11) v Walford (58)

Middle School
Year 9A:
Saints (67) v Walford (5)
Year 9B: Saints (49) v Walford (8)
Best Player: Pollyanna Townsend
Year 8A: Saints (37) v Walford (16)
Year 8B: Saints (32) v Walford (8)
Best Player: the whole team, what a great game!
Superwoman: Izzy H, thank you so much for helping us out!
Year 7A: Saints (47) v Walford (1)

Junior School
Year 4 – 6 Silver:
Saints (25) v Immanuel 1 (9)
Best Player: Vanessa Barnes, her best game of the season! Tight defence, excellent leading all game and pounced on any loose balls. Took a nasty fall in quarter 1, but pushed through and played the whole game.
Superwomen: Eliza Phillips and Madeline Andrews, both girls helped other Saints teams who were short of players. It is always tough to getting to play for your own team, but the girls didn’t complain at all and did it with a smile. Great Saints spirit girls!
Year 4 – 6 White: Saints (5) v Westminster (27)
Year 4 – 6 Navy Blue: Saints (2) v Scotch Gold (29)
Best Player: Emma Willington.
Superwoman: Madeline Andrews.
Year 4 – 6 Royal Blue: Saints (6) v Immanuel 2 (16)
Best Player: Hara Phan.
Superwoman: Ava Duldig for a fabulous game
Year 4 – 6 Sky Blue: Saints (7) v Concordia (15)
Year 4 – 5 Blue: Saints (2) v Seymour White (13)
Best Player: Tia Dong.
Superwoman: Sophie Philpott.
Year 4 – 5 White: Saints (2) v Pembroke Green (7)
Year 3 Blue: Saints (4) v Pembroke Red (6)
Best Player: Sophia Odhavji.
Year 3 White: Saints (0) v Westminster (24)
Best Players: Matilda Mollison and Livian Matthews.
Superwomen: Helena Bernatowicz & Celine Wong.


Senior School
Premier League:
Saints (1) v Walford (2)
Best Player: Januri Wagaarachchi who capped off an excellent season with another great goal.
Superwoman: Grace Stevens for immense leadership on the pitch as usual. Played with an awesome controlled aggression.

Middle School
Middle A: Saints (15) v Walford (0)
Best Player: Aleesha Gray.
Superwoman: Chloe Richardson.

Junior School
Year 4 – 6 Blue:
Saints (3) v Loreto Gold (0)
Year 4 – 6 White: Saints (1) v Loreto Blue (8)
Best Player: Harper Tolfts.
Superwoman: Hara Phan.


Lots of congratulations for our girls this week for outstanding achievements in sport!

Surfs up!

At the beginning of August, Annie Goldsmith competed at the Aussie Surfing Championships in Port Macquarie. From her performance in Port Macquarie, she was selected in the Australian ‘Irukandjis’ Surfing Team to compete at the World Para Surfing Championships at Huntington Beach, California in November.

To prepare for the competition, she is competing at the US Open Adaptive Surfing Championships in Oceanside California next week.

Best of luck Annie! We can’t wait to hear all about it when you get back.

Future Soccer Stars

Aleesha Gray has been selected in the Football SA Under 14 Girls team, that will compete in the National Youth Championships in Wollongong in October. Congratulations Aleesha!

Chloe Richardson has been part of the Football SA Under 15 State Squad this year. This team is a training squad only and doesn’t compete at Nationals. Throughout the year, Chloe has had many opportunities to play with the Under 16 State Squad and has obviously impressed the coaches, as she has now been selected to represent South Australia at the National Championships a part of the Under 16 teams. Well done Chloe!

Cross Country Success

On Saturday 26 August Isla Fahey, India Goodall and Elodie de Wit travelled to Canberra to compete in the National Cross Country Championships. The race was held at Stromlo Forest Park on a purpose built Cross Country course.

‘There were 137 girls competing in our U15/U16 age group and over 1000 runners on the day. It was a really tough course and all the girls did amazing! On a personal level, I was thrilled to come 4th across the line. While we were in Canberra we took the opportunity to visit the Australian War Memorial, Australian Institute of Sport and the Australian Parliament House.’
Elodie de Wit
Year 9 Student

Congratulations to Mia O’Brien on winning a Silver medal in the Under 12 5km at the Adelaide Marathon Festival. A great achievement, considering Mia is only 9 years old and she hadn’t been training for the race at all!

Saints Sport Week – Next Week!

We are excited to introduce a new initiative lead by our Sport Captains: Saints Sport Week! Saints Sport Week will run during Week 7, Term 3 and will become an annual event.

This celebration of sport within the Saints Community is about providing opportunities for Girls from Year 3 – 12 to actively engage with sport across a number of different areas – physical activity, nutritional, mentors and role models, competition and most importantly fun.

Next week we will welcome guest speaker AFLW Crows player Anne Hatchard to talk to the Year 7-12 students. We will also see some fantastic competition at our Students v Staff matches in netball, soccer and aerobics, plus sports clinics for Junior School teams.


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