BALANCING ACT

of this year’s Carramar Elite Athlete Program met up recently, bonding over their love of sport and sharing in their experience of the juggle between training for elite sport while studying. The Elite Athlete Program helps students to balance the demands with flexible timetables, revised assessment deadlines, support and individualised programs to help them succeed.

Wishing our EAP members all the best for the year ahead – we can’t wait to see what you achieve. The Duncraig EAP meet is coming up soon.

Pictured L-R
Brooke Hurst – Hockey
Emily Alexander – Netball
Olivia Binkhorst – Aerobic Gymnastics
Caleb Lampard – Volleyball
Lané Kruger – Swimming
Jaidyn Rodrigues – Lacrosse
Byron Kimber – Swimming
Deacon Paice – Motocross

SERIOUS SWIMMERS

Fitness was the focus at the Carramar Secondary Swim Camp, with students alternating between swimming and circuit work to strengthen their skills. The group also trained in the open water at Mullaloo Beach and Hillary’s, making the most of the local facilities and the glorious weather!

FINE YOUNG ATHLETES

13 of Carramar’s finest cricketers, led by captain Rajit Bose and group leaders Oliver Williams, Munish Senghani and Milan Dabasia (Year 12), recently competed for the Graeme Wood 20/20 Shield. Despite not taking out the win on the day, the boys played exceptionally well, with Harry Klemm (Year 11) hitting some huge sixes and Ronan Fitzgerald (Year 10) bowling well and taking some great catches. Well done boys!

IN TUNE


Over 40 Carramar Secondary students celebrated the fifth annual Music Camp over the weekend, spending two days rehearsing for choir and a variety of ensembles. Their practice resulted in a concert for family and friends on Sunday! Students were also joined by St Stephen’s Alumni who shared their musical knowledge and skill.

LET THE ART SPEAK


A variety of colours, textures and mediums were on show for the opening of the 2019 Northern Perspectives art exhibition Friday 1 March, with Year 11 and 12 students from various local schools displaying their artwork.
An impressive 22 students from St Stephen’s exhibited their artwork, with Madeline McAllan (Carramar Class of 2018) taking home a Highly Commended award for her piece. The exhibition runs until Saturday 6 April at the Wanneroo Library.