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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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Oscar wins Trip to Japan

Posted May 16, 2012.

Oscar Pinson Wins Trip to Japan: Asian Pacific Children’s Convention (APCC), July 2012 in Fukuoka, Japan

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Posted May 10, 2012.

ANZAC day is without doubt one of the biggest days on the school calendar. There are few other occasions where the College community gathers to pay tribute to those who have come through this school before us. The contributions and sacrifices made by the Old Collegians who have served at war are never forgotten. The magnitude of this particular day does not shrink, not even now, more than 100 years since the Boer War began. We all bow our heads and think of those who have served in the past, and those that are still serving our country today, just the same. As school captains, we had the melancholy honour of reading out the names of the 100 Collegians who have died at war, to whom we owe a great deal of respect and gratitude. It was a daunting task, as the thought that each name read equalled a life lost, was a particularly emotional one. Conversely, we were grateful that we could contribute to the service and pay our respect. To carry out this solemn task was indeed, very humbling. After the playing of Reveille, we led the Year 12 cohort to the front lawn. One cross was planted into the lawn for each Collegian who had died at war, the finished product being a sea of crosses, a posy of flowers and the urn. We took a moment to absorb the scene with Mr Parker and reflected as to how proud we are to be part of school such as ours.

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ISF World Schools Cross Country Championships

Posted May 7, 2012.

Recently, I was very privileged to be part of the ISF World All Schools Cross Country Championships which were held from 21 March 2012 in Malta. I was notified of my selection last September based on my Cross Country results at the Nationals which were held in Canberra. The pride I felt in wearing the Australian uniform was overwhelming.

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