In this ISSUE

  • Students travelling far and wide
  • Farewell from Mr Nick Martin
  • What is the "Good Word"?
  • Successes in Basketball Grand Finals

Mr David Armstrong

Deputy Principals Desk

As you may be aware, we have students from the Senior School spread far and wide this week - Year 10 and 11’s in Cambodia on a service learning expedition; Year 10 scuba diving on NSW Central Coast; Year 10 bushwalking in Kosciuszko National Park and all of Year 9 on Border to Beach in South West Victoria.

Rev Beth Bear

School Chaplain

What is the “Good Word”? The Junior Drama group performed the Christmas story this week during chapel. They told the story of Mary and Joseph receiving the surprising news, of the innkeepers turning the couple away before one gave them shelter, of the shepherds and sheep being terribly frightened by a flock of angels, and the final picture of wise witnesses all gathering around the divine child.

Mr Nick Martin

Junior School

Thank you! This is the last newsletter that I will write as Head of Junior School at Scots. It is with mixed emotion that this year comes to a close for myself and my family. We have spent four wonderful years at Scots and will treasure our time here forever. Our children have transformed from relative babies into confident, respectful, enthusiastic young people. Scots has played a major role in that growth.

Junior School Calendar



Champions! Many congratulations to Scots McBligh U12 Girls for winning the Grand Final last night. Many thanks to Coach Mark Cory for all his support and work with the team.
Champions! Many congratulations to the Scots McPhadden u14 basketball team. A great win in last night's Grand Final over SS&A. Many thanks to Coach Dean O'Brien for his work with the team this season. Scots McTaggart were narrowly beaten in their Grand Final, losing by 3pts.

Mrs Liz Heitmeyer

Music and Arts

The Power of the Arts in Our community on Display. What a busy time! Scots Dance Concert, Grandparents and Special Friends Day, and our very own star on the Christmas tree that is our Carols service. This will soon be followed by final assemblies and Speech Night.

Sellars House Captains

Kris Kringles

It’s that time of year again that everyone’s writing wish lists and planning what they’re going to buy for Kris Kringles. We’re asking you to think about those less fortunate and who can’t celebrate a big Christmas.

Mr Tom Mewett

Pipe Band

Carols in the Creek. The Scots School Albury Pipe Band performed at the annual Carols in the Creek at Pfeiffer Wines, Rutherglen on last Sunday.

Mrs Janet Westland

Careers News

Information for the Class of 2018. Make sure you download and save your HSC results. Don’t forget to download and print your ATAR Advice Notice. You can log in and access it from 10am on Friday 14 December until 28 February 2019. After that there’s a charge for a digital or printed copy.



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