Fed­eral sup­port sought for club

Joondalup Times - - NEWS -

FIVE Kin­ross Col­lege stu­dents have re­turned from the US as cham­pi­ons.

Af­ter be­ing suc­cess­ful in both the Perth round and Melbourne global round of the World Schol­ars Cup – 2018 Tour­na­ment of Cham­pi­ons, five stu­dents from years 7 to 10 headed to the pres­ti­gious Yale Univer­sity.

Stu­dents from more than 50 coun­tries take part in the World Scholar’s Cup, which fo­cuses on bring­ing stu­dents from dif­fer­ent cul­tures THE Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment has been called on to con­trib­ute to the planned up­grade of Sor­rento Surf Life­sav­ing Club.

In a speech made in Par­lia­ment, Moore MHR Ian Good­e­nough said he would work with all three lev­els of to­gether to dis­cuss is­sues and ideas rel­e­vant to to­day.

Events in­cluded scavenger hunts, team de­bates, col­lab­o­ra­tive writ­ing, the Scholar’s Bowl (fast-paced group prob­lem-solv­ing) and the Scholar’s Chal­lenge (crit­i­cal think­ing and de­ci­sion-mak­ing).

Rep­re­sent­ing Kin­ross Col­lege, Nu­rul Farzana Zulk­er­nain (Year 7) won one gold and five sil­ver medals, Matilda El­ph­ick (Year 7) won one gold and gov­ern­ment and the pri­vate sec­tor to se­cure the nec­es­sary fund­ing and cor­po­rate spon­sor­ship to up­grade the club.

The pro­posed ren­o­va­tion is es­ti­mated to cost $8 mil­lion, in­creas­ing the club­house by 789sq m and four sil­ver, Nu­rul Iz­zah Zulk­er­nain (Year 10) won one gold, and both Vi­enna Hjelte-Lachs (Year 8) and Ella Smith (Year 9) won one sil­ver each.

Be­fore the stu­dents took part in the tour­na­ment, the school had a visit from World Scholar’s Cup founder Daniel Berdichevsky.

The school was one of four rep­re­sent­ing WA, along with Pres­by­te­rian Ladies, Scotch and Shen­ton col­leges. the ex­ter­nal area by 488sq m to in­clude a court­yard, deck and wash-down area.

Sor­rento SLSC has de­vel­oped the con­cept plan for the ren­o­va­tion, which will pro­vide the fa­cil­i­ties to ac­com­mo­date its grow­ing mem­ber­ship.

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