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Demolition work began this week
Glenaeon has entered the Metropolitan Secondary School Chess Competition
Class 2 made samurai helmets out of newspaper in Japanese
Year 9 main lesson Prehistoric to Roman students visited the Nicholson Museum at Sydney University
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As the autumn leaves go brown on our nature tables and the first wattle flowers begin to bloom, we start to feel the icy breath of King Winter blowing down from the Mountains.
It is with very great pleasure that I can announce we passed the registration inspection from the regulatory authority which licenses schools in NSW (NESA or NSW Educational Standards Authority) today.
It's always lovely to have Glenaeon alumni come back to work at the school, and this week we welcomed back Lucia Langen (2014).
Year 8 have been studying Shakespeare for their most recent Main Lesson and they began their Shakespeare festival with performances over the past few nights. They showcased three abridged plays: Taming of the Shrew, 12th Night and The Merchant of Venice.
A second group of Year 9 Geography students travelled to Richmond and Bilpin this week to learn about farming, soil and hydroponics, and to do some apple picking.
Thirty-one Glenaeon students spent a most wonderful Sydney autumn day running their hearts out around the beautiful McKay track in Centennial Park.y.
This week's blackboard comes from the current Class 3 Main Lesson, and was drawn by class teacher, Alisa Southon.
Class 1 and Class 2 planted cotton seed in February and recently the children had to re-pot their plants as they are growing up!
Intensive Care Paramedic, Anthony Wheeler, visited Glenaeon again this week to show Year 10 PDHPE students around an ambulance and how paramedics work on the scene of emergencies.
Our Year 12 Chemistry students were visited by Jon Horlyck last week, a PhD candidate from UNSW.