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Clarendon Checkmate – Chess Club 2013

Posted May 31, 2013.

Chess Club is proving to be even more popular again in 2013. In Terms 1 and 2 so far this year, we have seen 52 students participate in the college’s Chess program. The strength of our playing group was crystallised earlier this Term, on May 9, when Clarendon College hosted the regional interschool Chess tournament. 80 students from around the region participated and Clarendon won all 3 divisions; Primary, Middle Years and Open Secondary. We won the Open Secondary by a half point – Chris ’The Rook’ Darveniza won his last game on board 1 to secure victory! We have now qualified to enter a team of 5 students in each division, for the Victorian State finals to be held later this year in Term 4. Our next major tournament will be in Term 3, where we go to Ballarat Grammar to contest another regional tournament, if we are successful there, we can take an additional 5 players for the relevant division.

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Update from Boys football mid-way through 2013 season

Posted May 27, 2013.

2013 BAS Season – 1st XVIII Football

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Academic Honours and Leaders presentation speech

Posted February 25, 2013.

At the end of the third week of the new year, I could not be happier with how the year settled. The students are focused, working hard and seemingly very happy to be back and involved.

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from acting head of junior school

Posted October 2, 2012.

At a time when the Junior School at Ballarat Clarendon continues to thrive and develop, I fell privileged to have been asked to take on the role of Acting Head of Junior School for the immediate future.  All in our school community continue to wish Susan Jackson (Head of Junior School) all the very best for her recovery from illness and we look forward to her ongoing contribution to Clarendon in the not too distant future.

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From Thailand to Ballarat Clarendon College to Medicine at Monash University

Posted May 31, 2012.

My name is Kittirut Rojanabenjawong. People usually call me Tae. I was born in Thailand in a town called Ubon Ratchathani, northeast of Thailand. I was the only son from within a middle class Chinese Thai family.

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