Pathway to Success


Tegan Forrest – Karate

National Karate Championships 2019

3rd in female Juniors +59kg in the Australian Open championships

1st in female Juniors +59kg in the Australasian Schools championships


Crystal Edwards – Swimming

Hancock Prospecting National Age Swimming championships Adelaide 2019

Silver 50m freestyle (26.06s) & 100m freestyle (56.15s)

Bronze in the 200m Individual medley (2:20:91) & 100m breaststroke (1:12:31)

Gold medal in Mixed Medley relay team.


Tom Anderson -Swimming

Hancock Prospecting National Age Swimming championships -Adelaide 2019

Finalist in both 100m and 200m breaststroke.


Aidan Naughtin – Swimming

Hancock Prospecting National Age Swimming championships -Adelaide 2019

Four personal best times:

200m Backstroke with a 0.85 second PB

400m Freestyle with a  0.95 second PB

800m Freestyle with a 7.16  second PB

50m Backstroke with 0.5 second PB


Eloise Parsons -Athletics

National Athletics championships -Sydney 2019

Bronze Medal – U16 Pole Vault


Glenda Morgan -Water Polo



U18 Club National Championships – Brisbane (January)

Australian Women’s Water Polo League – Sydney (February)

Match v Adelaide Women’s team Adelaide (February).

U21 Australian Women’s Camp -AIS Canberra (May)

Upcoming Events:

In July, there will be an interstate competition between the WA, NSW and QLD institutes (WAIS, NSWIS and QIS). Also in July, Glenda will attend another U21 Australian Women’s Camp. The U21 Junior World Championships begin in late August and end in mid-September. This will be held in the Portuguese island of Madeira, however, probably won’t attend (due to the competition being so close to Mock exams).

There will be another U21 Australian Women’s camp in December, however the dates and location are yet to be confirmed.

Matt Richmond

Head of Learning Area Health & Physical Education


Continuing our exciting sporting news, Tegan Forrest Year 12 has achieved amazing results in karate recently, placing first for female juniors at the Australasian Schools Championships and third for female juniors at the Australian Open Championships. Crystal Edwards Year 10has taken away five medals from the Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships, achieving silver in the 50m and 100m Freestyle, bronze in the 200m Individual Medley and 100m Breaststroke and gold in the Mixed Medley relay team. Lastly, Glenda Morgan Year 12 is working hard at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra on a national training camp!