The school has the most complete archive of alumni and aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in Australia.
The school archive comprises documents; photographs and artefacts relating to the founding of the school in 1911 and its history.
The school spans three educational sites; Ultimo; Paddington and Bexley, and information relating to alumni, past teachers and the life of the school can be readily found in the archives.
Reading can be a solitary activity for those of us who love to read. The Book Club provides students from Years 7-11 with an opportunity to meet regularly with like-minded avid readers and discuss their reading.
Students select books, and recommend books to each other, which are appealing and challenging, widening their exposure to different genres and authors. Rewards for students include points towards the Wykeham award and merit certificates.
Premier's Reading Challenge
Open to students from Years 7-9, the Premier’s Reading Challenge (PRC) runs from 1 September-21 August. Students must read 20 books, of which 15 must be on the Premier’s Reading Challenge book lists.
Students register for the Challenge in March and enter their books online using their internet user name and password to log in. The PRC website is https://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc/home.html. Students are rewarded with Premier’s Reading Challenge Certificates and points towards the Wykeham award.
Head Teacher Wellbeing – Nick Stokes
Teacher Librarian - Ellen Campbell
Learning and Support - Gai Primmer
Careers Adviser – Jerry Mouzakis
School Counsellors – Jay Dahl
Year 7 - Anna Steel
Year 8 - Nin Eath
Year 9 - Jo Bilton
Year 10 - Shane Ganmage
Year 11 - Antoinette Johnston
Year 12 - Ellen Campbell
|Nick Stokes||Ellen Campbell||Gai Primmer and Anne Caldwell||Jerry Mouzakis||Jay Dahl and Stephanie Lawson||Sue Faulder and Jenny Haitidis|
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