MSC student takes out winning banner design

MSC student takes out winning banner design

Congratulations Michaela

Bunbury Banners in the Terrace winning entry unveiled
Bunbury Mail, May 2, 2014

YEAR 11 student Michaela North from Manea Senior College has been named the winner of the City of Bunbury’s Banners in the Terrace competition.

Community groups, art groups and school students are eligible to enter the annual competition with five categories up for grabs.

The competition is timed to coincide with the West Australian Local Government Association convention.

The theme for this year’s event is Illuminate 2014: Transparency, Trust and Transformation with artists encouraged to based their artwork on this theme while best representing their local area.

City of Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan said he was an enthusiastic supporter of the project and was impressed with the talent of the local students who entered the competition.

“It was a tough choice as all the entries were of the highest calibre,” Mr Brennan said.

Michaela’s artwork featuring Bunbury’s tourism slogan and three colourful yachts caught the eye of the of the City’s councillors who were given the difficult task of selecting the winner.

“My fellow councillors and I look forward to seeing the banner on display showcasing our great city in the state’s capital city,” Mr Brennan said.

The banner will now be made for display along St George’s and Adelaide Terraces from Sunday, July 27 to Saturday, August 9. 

Photographed: Arts and Culture Development Officer Anna Edmundson and Arts and Culture Team Leader Helena Sahm with the 15 entries.

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SEDA Sports Development Program

SEDA is a hands-on education provider for year 11 and 12 students across Australia. SEDA recognises that to engage students in their education the learning environment needs to address their learning style. SEDA engages students in their education through their interest and passion for sport. Students in the WA program gain their WACE certification and nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications in Sport and Recreation. Students achieve outcomes for their future through a broad range of subjects and industry experiences, while also developing key life and employability skills.

Partnering with Cricket Australia, the WACA, Fremantle Dockers, Netball WA, Football West and Perth Glory, SEDA is committed to providing their students with the best hands-on, industry based education that links their studies to the real world.

 

Students study at sporting precincts in and around Perth and Bunbury, ensuring strong connection to the sport and recreation industry.

 

For more information about the SEDA Program visit www.sedagroup.com.au/sports, call 1300 11 7332 or email info@sedagroup.com.au


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The 99 ATAR club has a new South West member

It was a morning of surprise for one Bunbury student after he discovered he had made it in to the exclusive 99 ATAR club.

For 17-year-old Manea Senior College student, Jon Kennedy the academic world is now his oyster after he achieved an impressive 99.10 ATAR.

“I was pretty shocked but pretty happy too – I’ve got a trainee-ship starting in January and I’ll be doing a Certificate III in Information Technology ,” he said.

The South-West graduate is still not sure what he wants to do at university but is looking forward to a break and is relieved the pressures of exams are now behind him. 

Manea Senior College principal Rod Rykers said Jon’s achievement was well deserved with a full 6 ATAR course load in Year 12 and daily travel from his home in Greenbushes. 

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