Penrhos Community News

5 April 2019

Achievements and awards

OZCLO

We have just received our results for The Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OZCLO) – a challenge of developing strategies for problem solving in fascinating real languages. We received excellent results on a very tough paper this year. With 97 teams from WA, and over 500 teams Australia-wide, our Senior teams performed brilliantly and were awarded SILVER and BRONZE. A spectacular effort from the Junior teams, who were both awarded GOLD, placing 4th and 5th in the Junior Division and 8th and 9th overall. Congratulations to all the girls involved who gave up their lunchtimes to train and then put in an impressive effort on the day.

Year 10 GOLD 8th overall, 4th Junior team Year 9/10 GOLD 9th overall, 5th Junior team
Brigitte Gredziuk
Katherine Qiu
Nahyun Kim
Dora Wan
Aleta Houden
Goly Tarom
Cecilia Clennell (9)
Heidi Leow

Swimming Nationals 2019

Congratulations to the following members of our 2019 IGSSA competitive swim squad for their selection in the Swimming National Championships to be held in April. Best of luck in your swimming endeavours.

  • Kiana Mepham
  • Georgia Rothnie
  • Elizabeth Hughes
  • Catherine Frehner
  • Alison Webb

Penrhos Girls Have Sum Fun

Have Sum Fun is an exciting quiz-style mathematics competition where students compete in teams of six. Our girls have achieved great results in recent weeks, with outcomes that placed our teams in the top 5.

Year 9 & 10 Team (Aleta Houden, Harriet Jones, Nahyun Kim, Rebecca Rudianto, Elisa Stratton, Kimberly Oey) came second scoring an incredible 30/32.

Year 7 & 8

Team 1 (mid-table)
Hayah Yasir, Kennice Leong, Brooke Lai, Anika Liu, Audrey Shan, Avril Holt

Team 2 (5th)
Athalya Chandra, Banisha Sekhon, Sophie Jensen, Dakota Kiss, Olivia Sanderson, Serene de Gruchy

Year 9 & 10

Team 1 (2nd)
Aleta Houden, Harriet Jones, Nahyun Kim, Rebecca Rudianto, Elisa Stratton, Kimberly Oey

Team 2 (11th)
Goly Tarom, Dora Wan, Heidi Leow, Hannah Stanley, Danielle Soe, Erica Wong

Year 11 & 12

Team 1 (mid-table)
Mignon du Plessis, Nikki Bakhtazad, Erin Grimmer, Bree Archer

Team 2 (equal 4th)
Bianca Masters, Heidi Leow, Gabrielle Thompson, Renee Rudianto, Menu Gamage

Beach Volleyball

The Think Again High School Beach Cup was held recently at City Beach. It was the biggest to date with 114 teams representing 18 schools across Western Australia. Congratulations to our students who entered. Three of these teams were successful with medals.

Yr 7/8 Girls – Gold Medal Yr 9/10 Girls – Gold Medal Open Division Pairs - Gold Medal
Charlotte Shillington
Jennifer Parker
Sophie Strahan
India Da Silva
Sophie Meyerkort
Sarrah Cornall
Amelia Linaker
Grace McElroy
Lucy Tyler (Yr 11)
Sarah Burton (Yr 11)


Year 6 Lifesavers

Surf lifesaving for 2018-19 has finished for another year culminating in the WA Nipper Surf Life Saving Championships at Scarborough. Congratulations to our Year 6 girls who competed for their clubs in trying conditions, displaying great persistence and stamina - Presley Peppin, Bridget Gavin, Cassia Audeyev and Isabella Russell. Among the amazing achievements - Isabella Russell took gold in the Under 11 Iron Woman and Surf Race and was awarded overall Under 11 Female State Champion. Congratulations to all – surf lifesaving is a gruelling sport that requires an exceptional level of commitment, resilience and fitness.

Synchronised swimming in Sydney

Congratulations to Year 10 student Chantelle Wheatley, who is making waves (or hopefully no waves at all) as a synchronised swimmer. Chantelle represented her club SupaNova at State Competitions earlier this month and has qualified to compete at the National Competitions being held in NSW at Sydney Olympic Pool. This sport is very demanding and requires Chantelle to train a minimum of 20 hours per week. She flies out to Sydney on 12 April so be sure to wish her luck.

A marathon effort in Boston

On Monday, 15 April, Head of HASS Laura Rutherford will toe the line with 30,000 other qualifiers to run the 123rd Boston Marathon. This iconic event, covering a distance of 42.2km starts in the town of Hopkinton and heads east into central Boston.

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