Junior School News
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Term 1, Week 9, 2020
From the Principal
Tara 125 Gala Dinner
The 125th Tara Birthday Gala Dinner on Saturday 6 August was a fabulous night. Many months in the planning, and with some ‘Plan B’ thinking, due to the times we are in, it was with great excitement that the event was able to go ahead as we hoped it would and that so many people embraced the chance to celebrate Tara’s significant birthday in the ballroom of the Shangri-La Hotel in the city.
Thank you to everyone who attended, supported the event with sponsorship, the provision of auction items and danced the night away. The support of the Parents and Friends Association, The Friends of Tara Rowing, and The Tara Dad’s Club is very much appreciated and in particular, Mrs Patricia Cross, President of the P and F who gave so much of her time and expertise to the night.
During the evening, we did provide a ‘movie trailer’ for the full-length Tara 125th video which has been sent to the community this week. I hope you enjoy the recollections of those who have had various roles in the story of Tara over so many years. The video is available here.
We have two major events remaining to celebrate Tara’s 125th birthday. The first is the birthday assembly with Tara students which has been moved from a few weeks ago, to 6 September. The assembly is for all Tara girls from ELC to Year 12. Early in Term 4, we will be having a Garden Party on the afternoon of 22 October, where our focus will be to celebrate with Tara Alumni, past staff and School Council members. Our special guests for the day will be Dr Ruth Shatford (Tara Principal 1980-1999) and Mrs Carol Bowern (Tara Principal 200-2008). We are currently finalising our plans for the day but it is already looking like being a wonderful day.
It has been so good to celebrate this milestone year with the different aspects of our school that have made Tara the thriving community for young women that it is today.
From the Dean of Learning Years 7-10
Take a moment to answer this question, ‘What do you want your daughter to be when she grows up?’
Often, this question yields responses such as ‘a doctor’, ‘an engineer’ or ‘a lawyer’, responses that demonstrate that families believe in the capabilities of their children and that they have hope for their future, fantastic! Now it is true that there are no right or wrong answers to a question like this, however, when I met with the families of Year 7 2023 a little earlier this year, I was pleased to hear something a little different, with responses such as ‘kind’, ‘thoughtful’ and ‘generous’ offered as alternatives. So why was I so pleased? I guess it was because answers that focus on attributes of the person, rather than on specific job titles, speak to the aims of all International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes and mirror the work we are doing here at Tara.
The IB Learner Profile offers us a series of 10 attributes that tell us the characteristics that all IB learners should strive to be; inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective. By striving to develop these attributes, IB students grow toward being internationally minded individuals who can shape the world that they live in. They are growing toward being doctors, engineers, and lawyers, it is true, but they are also developing into competent people of conscience and compassion and who strive to serve in our world.
As the girls’ MYP journey concludes at the end of Year 10, it is fitting that they are given an opportunity to demonstrate all that they have come to know and who they have grown to be. While their learning journey is far from over, it makes sense that we give them an opportunity to reflect on their own growth and that they take stock of who they are and what they can do. In an MYP school, this opportunity takes the form of a sustained inquiry experience called the Personal Project.
At the beginning of the Personal Project, each girl sets herself a goal to gain new knowledge and to create a product. In working toward their goal, the girls utilised the skills and knowledge they have been building throughout their time in the MYP and demonstrate their Learner Profile attributes. The students’ journey is documented in a detailed process journal and is reflected upon in a 15 page report. On 26 and 27 July, Year 10 exhibited their works to family, friends, and peers at the Personal Project Exhibition, held in the Claridge Library. The projects completed this year, have once again demonstrated the broad interests and immense skills of the Year 10 cohort and they should be immensely proud of the things they have managed to achieve.
I was delighted to walk through the exhibition and to talk to the girls about their work. Evidence of their capabilities was front and centre and it was easy to see the Learner Profile attributes in real life. The inquires who conducted research, the knowledgeable who wrote books, the thinkers who solved problems, the communicators who expressed themselves, the principled who fought for justice, the open minded who tried new things, the caring who served others, the risk takers who innovated, the balanced who strove for wellbeing, and the reflective who thoughtfully considered their world were all on display. Well done Year 10, as you begin to prepare for the next stage of your learning at Tara you can rest assured you have a wealth of attributes to take with you.
Year 10 would like to say a big thank you to everyone who supported them in the journey including the facilitators, supervisors, families, and contributors. They could not have done it without you!
Words to Live By
This term in Chapel, our theme is ‘Words to live by’. To commence the term, Mrs KB set the scene in both JS and SS Chapels by unpacking our school value of ‘Affirmation’. Directly from Ephesians 4: 29-
29 Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.
Ask any JS girl (or staff member!!) and they might even be able to sing this verse to you!
We considered words that are ‘unwholesome’ in our lives, and thoughts. A step from there was that our words have the power of life and death in them!
From Proverbs 18: 21
The tongue has the power of life and death,
and those who love it will eat its fruit.
Words have great power. It is important for us to recognise the words that influence us, and intentionally choose words that are helpful and wholesome, for the benefit of ourselves, as well as others.
‘Chapel chats’ is the format we are using this term, with special guests joining us on the lounge, in front of a live studio audience, aka our involved and enthusiastic students!
Our guests have shared some ‘power of life and death words’ in their own lives, and how the Bible has offered solid words to live by, that have shaped and guided them. It has been so good to see our staff members in a different light, as they have answered the 60 second ‘get to know you’ questions, offered a glimpse of their lives in ‘My life in 3 photos’ segment, and then shared the words that they live by.
We sincerely thank the following staff for being involved in Chapel chats so far this term, and look forward to hearing from many more guests to come.
Thank you Mrs Middlebrook, Ms Adams, Brooke, Ms Rebecca, Mr Sullivan, Dr King, Mrs Awadalla, Mrs Chen, Mrs Morris, Mrs Apostolou, and Ms Abadier. We appreciate you, and your words to us.
Junior School News
Year 6 Exhibition Update
Year 6 are delving deeply into their PYP Exhibition process, inquiring into what it means to be human.
From varroa mites to gender equality, we are exploring some big issues and opportunities on a local, national and global scale. As with all inquiry units in the Junior School, Year 6 has been using the 5 E’s inquiry process with the phases of Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate. This week we have finished off the explore phase of our inquiry, we have used primary and secondary sources to locate and gather information.
Next on our list is explain! We will be conducting interviews and surveys with experts and examining related concepts to form our central ideas. Year 6 will be engaged in their Exhibition process throughout the term and cannot wait to inform their audience and provoke them to take action. Opening night will be on Wednesday 21 September in the Junior School Library, see you there!
Year 5 Excursion to Ku-ring Gai Chase National Park
Allison, Lucy and Maryam - Year 5
Hello, this is Tara Junior School! On Monday, 1 August 2022, three Year 5 classes; 5 Sara, 5 Alex and 5 Tuesday, went on an excursion to an immensely beautiful place in Kur-ring Gai Chase National Park, called Bobbin Head. The Aboriginal tribe owning the land there are called the Garrigal people and the Terramerragal people. We had an amazing time, enjoying a bushwalk through nature, playing with our friends and doing fun educational activities with our guides Kate and Lisa.
We travelled by bus and upon arrival we were amazed by the large creeks surrounding the park and lush green trees which were scattered all over the grounds. Even though the park was appealing and tidy, we learnt that there was a need for certain roles to manage the park for people who visit and for the survival of the plants and animals. We learnt about the responsibilities of field officers, rangers, senior rangers and even volunteers. Did you know that field officers are helping the ecosystem in this area by putting out poison baits for foxes? They do this to reduce their numbers as they are eating native Australian animals.
First, we started an activity where you ordered photographs of the park on a timeline. We worked in groups, looking for clues to help us sort the pictures such as ordering pictures of Aboriginal people hunting along the creeks first and then pictures of new roadways and cars at the end of the timeline.
We also saw a stuffed Powerful Owl. We made an observational drawing where we looked at the bird, drew it in our journals and labelled physical features. We also learnt about physical and behavioural adaptations of the owl. Did you know that its brown coloured feathers allow it to camouflage against trees? Did you know that it is nocturnal to avoid predators and hunt its prey at night?
We smelt and crushed peppermint gum leaves and found out that it can get rid of headaches and colds. We also discovered how plants can use the heat from fires to pop out seeds and let new plants grow. We became scientists looking for hazards by counting the amount of bark, shrub, and leaves which fires use for fuel. We used tools to test the quality of the air and soil by checking the temperature, humidity, wind speed and pH levels. We drew a bird’s eye map of the park to practice our directions using a compass and legend.
We had lots of fun and cannot wait to come back with our family and friends.
ELC Nature Play
Playing outdoors is an important part of learning, development and physical wellness. It helps children become more resilient, and builds capacity for self-confidence, initiative, problem solving and creativity. It encourages the joy of movement; it nurtures wild imaginations, experimentation, friendships, social connections and curiosity. Research shows that outdoor play has a positive impact on classroom behaviour, self-regulation and overall engagement with learning. Another important aspect of outdoor play is that children can establish a connection with the living world and develop an understanding of their place in it.
This term, ELC have begun exploring the bush environment which borders our playground. After visiting the bathroom and putting on our gumboots, we head out through the gate in our playground fence to discover new places and solve challenges together. On our first adventure, we used our senses to observe what we could see, feel and hear on the ground and in the sky in this new environment. The sense of wonder as new discoveries were made or tiny objects found was captivating and we returned to our classroom energised for the rest of the day and wanting more.
Our central idea this term is Making is a process and we have been exploring the parts of a house and how people build them. Bluey, our class character, came on our second venture into the bush along with some of her teddy friends. She had a challenge for the girls to work in small groups and build a shelter for their teddy. The girls set out to complete the challenge, stacking rocks, collecting, and balancing sticks, leaves and bark to form walls or a roof and leaving space for a doorway. Before we returned to class, we had many wonderful shelters protecting our teddies.
Our gumboots stay in our classroom and every day the girls ask if we are going on another bush walk. We are all looking forward to many more adventures and challenges throughout the term in this wonderful environment.
Year 3 - The Day the Chairs Quit
Inspired by the text ‘Chairs on Strike’ by Jennifer Jones, Year 3 didn’t experience a normal day at School as all their chairs decided to quit for the day!
As part of their persuasive writing learning, the Year 3 girls had to write a persuasive letter using high modality words, PEEL paragraphs, emotive language, and other persuasive devices to convince their chairs to come back.
After some intense writing, the girls were able to convince their chairs to come back.
Before and After School Care News
What a busy start to the term we have had!
This term, the children have enjoyed cooking every Wednesday afternoon. Each week the Before School Care children choose a baked item they would like for Thursday mornings, then the After-School Care children bake it for them. We have made a range of baked goods, including banana bread, blueberry muffins, oatmeal muffins and a muesli slice.
Cooking with children can encourage an interest in food and healthy eating habits as well as life skills. This activity facilitates a range of skills including experimenting and investigating (Outcome 1.2) and encourages children to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing (Outcome 3.2).
Year 2 Bug Incursion
As part of our inquiry into ‘Living things depend on their environment for survival’, Year 2 girls were lucky to explore a variety of insects and learn about their habitats. We held cockroaches, a millipede and stick insects as well as a spiny leaf insect. The girls were very courageous and reflective. For the remainder of the term, we are looking after spiny leaf insects in our classroom.
I was surprised the stick insect didn’t hurt you. (Alyssa)
I found it challenging when I held the delicate stick insect because it felt like a cockroach was walking up my arm. (Divayna)
I enjoyed looking at the tiny scorpion. It was very hard to find because it was so small. (Paru)
I was challenged when the giant rainforest millipede crawled up my arm and onto my collar. I was a little scared. (Harper)
I was surprised when I actually held a cockroach. I have never done that before. (Aanya)
I enjoyed holding the giant rainforest millipede. It felt like a toothbrush as it moved across my hand. (Neve)
Senior School News
Matilda The Musical
Amani S - Drama Prefect
2022 has been a particularly busy year for Tara’s Performing Arts Department. Earlier this year, on the 20th of February, more than 100 Kings and Tara students, from Years 7-10, came along to audition for ensemble and lead roles in this years’ Tara and Kings' Junior musical, Matilda! For nearly 20 weeks, the cast and crew have sung, danced, and acted their absolute hearts out. Together with the amazing cast, crew, and guidance from the Director, Mrs Tannock, Producer, Ms Mann, and Musical Directors, Mr MacRae and Mrs Beck, our department was able to put on this phenomenal 5-day musical. We are extremely grateful for the support and assistance from all our brilliant staff members, the help of current and past students who worked behind the scenes, as well as the donations from the Tara Old Girls’ Association, all allowing the show to be performed and our dazzling cast members to shine onstage.
Here is some insight from some of our leads!
Lara T - Year 9
Matilda the Musical is a story about an intelligent young girl who is no ordinary child. Despite growing up in awful surroundings with parents that mistreat her, Matilda gets wrapped up in a world full of books. Using her incredible mind, she discovers that she is capable of telekinesis and boy does she have a few tricks up her sleeve. Playing Matilda and stepping into her shoes was such an exciting experience, and I loved being able to play a mischievous character that can show the world that even if you are little, you can do a lot! I auditioned because I wanted to make new friends and lots of memories! From teaching the boys what mascara is, to working out how to throw Amanda Thripp across the stage, this was a crazy yet amazing experience I will never forget. Everyone put in so much effort, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did! And with that being said… sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty!
Annabelle D - Year 10
I played Miss Honey, a teacher at Crunchem Hall who cares deeply for the students she teaches. But the Headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, makes her feel pathetic as she mocks and torments Miss Honey. Being a part of this production has been an amazing experience. Not only have I learnt about the process of putting a show together, but I have made great memories and friendships whilst doing so! Having the opportunity to perform for others allows us to express our creativity, boost our confidence, and just have fun! I recommend everyone to take part in productions like this. The experience of auditioning, rehearsing, performances and of course opening and closing nights will be something you will remember for years to come and help you in all kinds of different situations. I am very grateful that I was able to be a part of this amazing production and to learn so much from all the experienced drama, music and production staff!!
Elizabeth G - Year 10
I have thoroughly enjoyed being in the Tara Anglican School for Girls 2022 production of Matilda: The Musical. The process of rehearsing can be tedious and tiresome but at the same time I found it super fun creating this show with my friends. Spending almost every Tuesday and Friday afternoon and sometimes Sunday in the theatre is something I will miss. I was fortunate enough to play the role of Miss Trunchbull, a tyrannical, menacing, children-hating headmistress at Crunchem Hall elementary school who yells at everyone when she gets the chance. I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity of playing this role and the whole production in general. I highly encourage anyone to get involved with Performing Arts, especially at Tara.
HSC Showcase Evening
Matthew Bonson - Dean of Learning Years 11-12
Wednesday, 17 August is a huge night of celebration at Tara, where we will recognise the amazing work of our Year 12 students.
We invite you to come to Tara and see the Major Works, Performance Pieces and Bodies of Work of our HSC students.
Subjects who will be presenting include Drama, Design and Technology, English Extension 2, History Extension, IT Multimedia, Music 1, Music 2 and Music Extension, Science Extension and Visual Arts.
We encourage younger students to attend to see the results of these courses and prepare for future studies.
Drinks and food will be served throughout the evening and the whole evening will serve to celebrate, encourage and motivate our talented Year 12’s.
The evening starts at 5:00pm with a welcome from the Principal in front of the Tara Library.
Please join us.
Year 10 Geography Fieldtrip to Collaroy and Narrabeen Beach
Kaelyn - Year 10
On 28 July, Year 10 had the eye-opening opportunity to visit Collaroy and Narrabeen beach, as part of fieldwork required for our recent Geography assessment. We were almost fooled by the shimmering waves of the sea and golden grains below us, but our instructor began to educate us on the factors causing detrimental impacts upon these beaches. We were informed on the government and council’s misinformed decisions prompting an increase in a process named coastal erosion, threatening the future of Australia’s beaches.
Participating in this excursion allowed us to gain a further understanding of how natural processes and urban development have caused major impacts on the coastal environment and see their consequences in a practical sense. We were also able to see its relation to the strategies recently employed at Collaroy to prevent damage to property and risk to public safety, by analysing the factors causing this erosion in the first place.
This experience allowed us to more deeply consider predominant issues present within today's coastal environments.
Year 9 SRC Book drive is FULL
The biggest thank you for getting behind the initiative to help rebuild Lismore Library.
We now have WELL over 250 books that we will box up and deliver to Lismore Library when they begin accepting books again in October.
We will keep you updated on when they are delivered to the Northern Rivers.
Thank you on behalf of the Year 9 SRC, they are rightfully very proud of themselves!
THE BOOK DRIVE IS NOW CLOSED AND WE CANNOT ACCEPT ANYMORE BOOKS (AS WE NEED TO FIT THEM ALL IN 1 CAR)
Senior School Clothes Swap
On Week 8 Thursday lunch time, Tara will be hosting our first official clothes swap!
A clothes swap is an event in which participants bring in unloved clothes which are still in great condition to exchange for something they prefer better. It's a great way in making our wardrobes more sustainable instead of supporting fast fashion. Students are encouraged to bring in their clothes outside student reception on Monday and Thursday recesses to participate!
Year 9 and 10 Market Day
We are very excited to announce that the annual Market Day is finally back! Year 9 and 10 Commerce students will be running the much-anticipated Market Day! Market day is a fun, charitable and educational event that aims to help Commerce students consolidate the skills that they have learnt over the year in a practical and engaging way. Excited Year 9 Commerce students are currently in the process of developing their business ideas, fine tuning their products, collaborating with classmates, and using business-related skills learnt in Commerce to showcase their creative stores, where students across Senior school can buy their products. Year 9 businesswomen are selling homemade, unique products & goods such as diverse cuisines for lunch, exciting drinks, and various knick-knacks. All profit earnt on this day will go towards helping others, with Year 9 and 10 Commerce students generously donating their profits. Year 9 will donate their profits toward the Dignity Dishes campaign and Year 10 towards the Parramatta Women’s Shelter.
The Dignity Dishes initiative is a Tara run campaign that aims to provide meals to the less fortunate and those undergoing financial difficulties. As the initiative is non-profit, the donated money will help the initiative to further fund groceries, cooking equipment and other necessities to help the Tara community give back to those in need.
So come along to Market Day and support Year 9 and 10 budding businesswomen and don’t forget to try something new!
Year 9 Market Day will commence in Term 3 - Week 10 on 22 September.
JB Sharp Regattas
Emma - Rowing Captain
After a well-deserved break from the craziness of last season, the squad were back to competing in the JB Sharp Winter Series Regattas, which are friendly competitions between clubs and schools to practice for the upcoming season.
Some amazing results have come through, including from the newest rowers. Victoria, Sinyee, Sophia, Isabel and their cox Arushi placed third, as did the novice crew with Helena, Sydney, Allison, Reeta and their cox Malaika. Another Year 7 quad with Claire, Charlotte, Claire, Nicole and their cox Olivia placed an amazing second! Another third place come from the experienced Year 10 quad with Charlotte, Caitlin, Natalie, Jemma and their cox Mackenzie who were also competing in the open race.
Congratulations to all who raced and trained through the holidays. It has been great to see the spectacular results produced, especially from the youngest rowers.
Netball Round 1
- S04 Tara 1 vs Queenwood 2, Win, 24-8
- S07 Tara 2 vs Roseville 5, Win, 20-18
- S12 Tara 3 vs St Vincent’s 6, Loss, 10-21
- S15 Tara 4 vs PLC Sydney 6, Wet
- S17 Tara 5 vs PLC Sydney 8, Win, 12-10
- S17 Tara 6 vs PLC Sydney 9, Loss, 2-22
- J02 Tara 7 vs BYE
- J05 Tara 8 vs Brigidine 11, Loss, 2-22
- J11 Tara 9 vs SCEGGS 10, Wet
- J12 Tara 10 vs Brigidine 14, Wet
- J14 Tara 11 vs Meriden 16, Wet
- Y702 Tara 12 vs Pymble 23, Win, 14-13
- Y705 Tara 13 vs Abbotsleigh 37, Loss, 7-9
- Y708 Tara 14 vs Danebank 7, Loss 10-12
Netball Round 2
- S04 Tara 1 vs Abbotsleigh 2, Loss, 16-38
- S07 Tara 2 vs Pymble 5, Loss, 19-20
- S12 Tara 3 vs Danebank 2, Win, 27-14
- S15 Tara 4 vs PLC Sydney 7,
- S17 Tara 5 vs SCEGGS 6, Win, 13-7
- S17 Tara 6 vs St Vincent’s 8, Loss, 6-38
- J02 Tara 7 vs SCEGGS 7, Loss, 16-27
- J05 Tara 8 vs Abbotsleigh 21, Loss, 4-30
- J11 Tara 9 vs Abbotsleigh 26, Win, 19-15
- J12 Tara 10 vs Ravenswood 15, Win, 8-0
- J14 Tara 11 vs Ascham 10, Win, 15-6
- Y702 Tara 12 vs Abbotsleigh 34, Loss, 16-21
- Y705 Tara 13 vs Ascham 12, Loss, 3-22
- Y708 Tara 14 vs Meriden 22, Loss, 9-22
Term 3 Netball at Tara has had a great start to the season, with the girls returning to School and getting back into early morning trainings and Saturday games. Despite the cold, our teams have been able to get on the court and play their best in the first two rounds.
Tara 1 has been off to a good start! Winning our first game against Queenwood, for our first game playing together, we tripled their score! Skye did amazing centre court work to flow the ball to and from each third. Last weekend, we unfortunately came away with a loss against Abbotsleigh. Our girl's however put up a tough game. Emma, Suhanya, and Charlie set up some great goals and our defense, Liv, Hannah, and Eliza made some impressive intercepts and rebounds, helping us bring the ball down the court with ease!
Netball Round 3
- S04 Tara 1 vs St Vincent’s 2, Loss, 13-24
- S07 Tara 2 vs Ravenswood 3, Win, 27-15
- S12 Tara 3 vs SCEGGS 5, Win, 19-11
- S15 Tara 4 vs Meriden 5, Loss, 12-21
- S17 Tara 5 vs Tara 6, Win 22-11
- S17 Tara 6 vs Tara 5, Loss, 11-22
- J02 Tara 7 vs Queenwood 13, Loss, 9-42
- J05 Tara 8 vs Pymble 17, Loss, 9-19
- J11 Tara 9 vs Ascham 9, Loss, 11-16
- J12 Tara 10 vs Queenwood 18, Loss, 8-20
- J14 Tara 11 vs PLC Sydney 16, Loss, 12-13
- Y702 Tara 12 vs Loreto Normanhurst 19, Loss, 13-29
- Y705 Tara 13 vs Pymble 25, Loss, 5-16
- Y708 Tara 14 vs SCEGGS 14, Win, 15-8
Anika - Hockey Captain
Hockey Round 1
- S05 Tara 1 vs PLC Sydney 1, Loss, 0-5
- J02 Tara 2 vs Roseville 4, Wet
- J06 Tara 3 vs Danebank 3, Loss, 0-4
Unfortunately, the team lost their first game of the season. However, the team had a great time and worked well together. Sarah did great work in defense and hit some fast and quick balls that flew past the other team, as well as Hana who was our sweeper. Sanjula, Imogen and Isabella worked together in offense to pass the goal up the field quickly.
Due to wet weather, the game was cancelled.
This was many of the girls fist time playing hockey and they did an excellent job! Kate was the goalie and she did a great job deflecting hits in the box. Hannah and Maia dribbled and passed the ball up the field in offense with the help of Nicole. They had to play multiple defensive short corners, and work well together to get the ball out of the circle.
Hockey Round 2
- S05 Tara 1 vs Loreto Kirribilli 2, Loss, 0-3
- J02 Tara 2 vs PLC Armidale, Loss, 0-10
- J06 Tara 3 vs PLC Sydney, Loss, 0-5
The Tara first team had already improved greatly by the time the second game of the season rolled around. Playing with one player down the entire game, the girls still managed to hold off many attempted goals by the other team with the help of our amazing goalie Jet, who kicked so many balls out of the goal. Maleeha played a strong defence for our team, using her stick to sweep any incoming balls, and Sophia taking all defensive hits and passing it up the field to Ally and Imogen who dribbled it down to the circle. Unfortunately, we did not score, but the girls should be so proud for how they played, and their teamwork.
The seconds unfortunately had a tough round, losing 10-0 but they still pushed through with Milly and Jemima having some really great break throughs demonstrating amazing dribbling and passing skills. Leila was one of the outstanding players in defence and persevered through the game. Great work girls!
The Tara thirds played very well this week and were able to bring the ball up to the offence circle many times with the help of Maia, however they were unable to score. On Saturday, it was Shuvana's first time as goalie for the team, and she did an incredible job, after only being able to practice the morning of. Their confidence with the ball and working as a team has improved so much already as they gain control of the ball and stop the other players from passing.
Hockey Round 3
- S05 Tara 1 vs SCEGGS 2, Draw, 1-1
- J02 Tara 2 vs Ascham 6, Loss, 2-4
- J06 Tara 3 vs Ascham 8, Loss, 0-10
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