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Primary Swimming Carnival

We had a great day for the Swimming Carnival on Monday this week. The students were excited, the new PE teacher was perhaps just a little nervous, and everyone was ready to do their best and to cheer everyone on.

Our Carnival started with the 50 metre races for those students who are able to swim well. It was great to see that a number of students recorded a personal best time in their races. We awarded points to individual students as they competed in these races and some of these students will have the privilege of representing Rehoboth at the WACSSA Carnival on 31 March. Swimming Training at Gosnells Leisureplex continues on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

Congratulations to our Champions and to the Runners-Up on the day:

Year
Runner-Up
Champion
Year 4 GirlsRebeccaMorlingOlivia Seet
Year 4 BoysHarry BlennerhassettAkira Hunter
Year 5 GirlsClarissa SandjajaEllyssa Klomp
Year 5 BoysIsaac KuilenburgLewis Kik
Year 6 GirlsMaggie GoiranTamika Klomp
Year 6 BoysAaron LingJonas Magsaysay

Congratulations to Wycliffe who won the Carnival with 744 points, followed closely by Newton with 710 points, and Tyndale with 692 points!

We want to thank all our parents for coming along and sharing this day with us as spectators and also for the work that they did on the day (you are welcome to put in a College Support Form at your campus office). Thanks as well to Mrs Klomp for assisting Mr Butson in the organisation of the Carnival. This is always a huge job and her experience in this area was appreciated by all. A big thank you to all the teachers for encouraging and taking care of the students, and to the students for their excellent behaviour throughout the day. It was great to see the Year 12s joining in under the supervision of Mr de Bruyn so that our students were safe and supported at all times. This is part of their course in PE and they gained experience in timing and organisation as part of this.

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