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Taking Action on Solar Poverty

Our Year 3 boys have been busy learning about our neighbouring countries and helping out our Pacific neighbours in a hands on way.

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Rhodes Scholar, Max Kirkby
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29 November 2022
Congratulations to Old Scholar Max Kirkby (PAC 2004-2018) who has been awarded a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford University in 2023.
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Prefect Development Camp
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25 October 2022
On the 16th of October, the newly appointed Prefects departed PAC at 7am to Scott’s Creek, to begin their Prefect Development Camp. The camp is integral for the boys to form bonds with each other, understand their role as a Prefect and to develop leadership skills which will be important for their character and as a Prefect in 2022/23 and beyond.
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Achilles Cup
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4 October 2022
On Thursday September 29, 50 boys represented PAC at the annual Achilles Cup Athletics Championships at Bridgestone Arena Salisbury.
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King’s Speech Competition
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28 September 2022
In the twelfth King’s Speech Competition since it’s conception in 2011, and the first King’s Speech Competition in which our head of state is actually the ‘King’, this year we saw 13 competitors from the Preparatory, Middle and Senior Schools deliver 26 speeches on a typically wide range of topics, ranging from social and environmental issues to themes to do with education, war, death and gender.
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Candid Vietnam Vet
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28 September 2022
Passionate Year 10 History students congregated in the chapel last Thursday to learn more about the Vietnam War and its impact on Australian society. To help us do this, we were very pleased to welcome veteran and old scholar, Jock Statton OAM who answered a plethora of questions from the boys.
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Mathematics Competition News
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23 September 2022
The Australian Mathematics Competition ran in Week 2 of this term. Our Secondary School students competed in 3 categories, solving 30 questions in 75 minutes. The results are out and we are delighted with the number of students who were recognised for their achievement.