Thursday, 30 August 2018

Undefeated at the NSW Zone Open Basketball Gala Day

This week Inaburra sent the Senior Boys Team, coached by Mr Bailey and Senior Girls Team, coached by Mr Wadds, to the South Met Zone Basketball Gala Day and both teams returned undefeated!

This is a massive effort and we are excited to see what they come back with from the State Competition in a weeks time! The Senior Boys Team is going for a 3rd consecutive win at state! Good luck lads!




Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Champion Junior Angler!

At the end of April, Elly Offord in Year 10 competed in the 2018 Peter Goadby fishing tournament over 2 days out of Watsons Bay (Sydney Harbour).

Elly caught a 372lb (169.5kg!!!) blue marlin, which is an Australian and NSW angling record!

Congratulations Elly




HICES Debating Semi Final Victory!!!

Today our Senior HICES Debating team travelled to Broughton Anglican College to compete in a Semi-Final debate. Tetian, Katherine, Darcy and Mia worked effectively to develop a sophisticated and logical case against the notion ‘That social media companies should take a more active role in banning trolls’. Their counter arguments were insightful and practical; allowing them to win the debate and progress to the Grand Final in two weeks’ time. This is a remarkable achievement for these students and for our school. We are so proud of their achievements this year and wish them God’s richest blessings for a fantastic debate at the Grand Final.

- Ms Aliferis


HICES Debating Quarter Finals

Inaburra School had the pleasure of hosting two HICES Debating Quarter Finals last week. Our Senior team debated Arndell Anglican College and presented a victorious case on the topic, ‘That protests are the hallmarks of democracy’ while our Open division team debated Emanuel School and presented an excellent case on the topic ‘that innovation is not possible without government funding’. Both teams won their respective debates and progress to the State level Semi-Finals. This is an outstanding achievement and is attributed to the skills and commitment of our debaters. We wish them God’s richest blessings in their Semi-Final debates over the next two weeks.

- Ms Aliferis


Friday, 24 August 2018

South Met Secondary Zone U15’s Basketball Gala Day

Students from Inaburra competed in the South Met Secondary Zone U15’s Basketball Gala Day on Monday at Bankstown Basketball Stadium. Both the girls and boys teams did exceptionally well in making it to the Finals. The U15’s girls team won the Finals 32-0 against William Carey Christian School! The U15’s boys team also played William Carey Christian School and were unlucky to only lose by a few goals. The U15’s girls team will now progress to the CSSA Secondary State Basketball Gala Day on Thursday 6th September. Great job Inaburra!!










Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Generations Music Showcase

A showcase featuring our Junior and Senior Concert Bands plus Junior and Chamber Strings in a performance to highlight the musical evolution of our students from the beginning of the year. Photo credit: Daniel Woo.










Netball NSW Schools Cup Metro Regional Finals.

Students in Years 9 and 10 played in the Netball NSW Schools Cup Metro Regional Finals held at Genea Netball Centre in Sydney Olympic Park. The girls came up against tough competition throughout the day and ended up coming 6th which is an excellent achievement. Well done girls!


CSSA Secondary State Football Gala Day

Students recently participated in the CSSA Secondary State Football Gala Day held at Jamison Park, Penrith. Inaburra’s Open Girls and Boys and Junior Girls Football Teams competed. All teams played exceptionally well against tough competition. The Open Girls Team made the finals against Sutherland Shire Christian School and were unlucky to lose 1-0. Congratulations Inaburra on a very successful day!





Year 10 Geography Excursion to the Olympic Park Wetlands

Wetlands used to be seen as wastelands of little value. In week 4, Year Ten Geography visited the wetlands at Sydney Olympic Park. They looked at how, over the years, the area has changed and how the wetlands are now being managed.  Students measured things like turbidity of water, soil moisture, wind speed, light intensity, soil ph to decide how healthy the wetlands are in their current state.
- Miss Southwell







Friday, 3 August 2018

Prefects for 2019 Announced

Welcome our new Student Leaders.

Every year, six boys and six girls serve as Prefects in the Inaburra School community. Following a process of leadership training, students in Year 11 2018 were invited to nominate for the role. Those students who took the risk of applying delivered a speech to the Year 10 and Year 11 students, who subsequently voted for their prospective leaders. School staff also voted, based on their knowledge of the students over time. The following students, in alphabetical order, have been announced as our new Inaburra School Prefects:

Julian Annison, Daniella Caruso, Jessica de Lacey, Elle Diakovasilis, Breanna Doncoski, Sophie Dynon, Anton Karindjias, Fred Khouri, Joshua Maclean, Lily Welsh, Aaron Wilson and Ashton Yee.