Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News : 2018-12-01

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School News Galston High School New Growers Market At Dural By Lisa Pieper The new markets will be located at the Dural Country Club 662 Old Northern Road Dural. The Dural Country Club is a perfect venue for the markets, with plenty of parking, a lovely manicured Garden to rest and relax, a beer garden in the markets to enjoy a wine or beer, or the facilities of the club to ultimately unwind and spend the rest of the afternoon. The new market like, Glenorie Growers Markets, focuses first and foremost on fresh produce including organic farm fresh eggs, cured meats, hand made pasta, fruit and veg straight from the farm, pure honey from local suppliers, freshly made crusty bread from sourdough to light New York style Rye, and seasonal fruit from local orchards. The aim is for the markets to be a destinatio­n event for Sydney siders to bring their families and as it grows it will continue to get bigger and better. We hope to see you there. enter the Mathematic­s, Science, English, History, Geography and Digital Technologi­es competitio­ns. This allows them to challenge themselves and compete against others throughout the state or nation. Our students have achieved some outstandin­g results this year, as always. Special mention must be made of Alyssa Collins’ effort in the nation-wide Geography Competitio­n organised by the Australian Geography Teachers Associatio­n. Alyssa scored in the top 1% of the candidatur­e, of which there were over 70,000 participan­ts from government and non-government schools. Congratula­tions, Alyssa, on such a fabulous result. Fabulous results in academic competitio­ns Hannah nominated for ArtExpress 2019 We have been thrilled and excited to hear of Galston High School’s Hannah West and her achievemen­t in being nominated for possible inclusion in ArtExpress 2019. Her work The Fears That Control Us has been put aside as an exemplar of high achievemen­t in Visual Arts. It is a great achievemen­t to be nominated for possible inclusion with the process now requiring curators to select which works will hang in galleries across the state. Good luck to Hannah for this next stage of selection. Every year, as part of our Gifted and Talented program, students enter a variety of academic competitio­ns that focus on assessing their ability to use higher-order thinking and problem solving skills. Our students COSTUME BUSINESS FOR SALE -Energetic and creative work environmen­t -Trading for over 35 years 6DOH LQFOXGHV DOO VWRFN À[WXUHV ÀWWLQJV DQG FXVWRPLVHG ZHEVLWH (VWDEOLVKHG SURÀWDELOL­W\ DQG VFRSH IRU JURZWK Interested in knowing more? or contact Kate on 02 9651 2313 Check out Follow us on­s Galston Community News | December 2018 41

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