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Living In Community
Principal’s Address for End of Year Gathering 2019 Living in Community has always been central to Quakerism. While all Schools strive to be in community, the concept takes on a special meaning within the context of a Quaker school. For the Religious Society of Friends, founded in the middle of the 17th Century in England, being in…
Design Tasmania Awards 2019
Congratulations to our very own Jane Bamford (Art & Ceramics Aide) for winning the Design for Impact award at the Design Tasmania Awards 2019.Jane has been working on these ceramic spawning habitats for the endangered Spotted Handfish for some time now and it is great to see this vital work being recognised. Old Scholar Tim…
Volunteer Thank You Event
On Tuesday 26 November, we held a Thank You BBQ to give back to our Volunteers who give us so much of their time and expertise. Senior members of staff manned the Barbeques and we were all treated to a beautiful performance by the Morris Majors. Our volunteers are involved in so many areas of…
VET Dinner a Tasty Success
On the evening of Friday 18 October, the five students in the VET Hospitality class hosted a four-course, sit down dinner for over 30 guests including family, friends, teachers and other special guests. The dinner was the culmination of all of the skills and knowledge we have gained over the past year, with this being the…
Hockey One National Competition
We are very proud of our Friends’ community – including past students and current! – playing and participating in the new Hockey One National Competition.
Meet our new Head Girl and Head Boy for 2020
Charlotte Rogers and Tasman Inglis will be leading the School as Head Girl and Head Boy in 2020. Charlotte joined The Friends’ School in Year 6 and has been extensively involved in music and drama both inside and outside of school. Charlotte believes that it is important for young people to maintain a balanced, varied…
Maths Relay Success
Congratulations to the Morris Year 5/6 Friends’ Maths Relay teams who finished first and second statewide in the Mathematics Association of Tasmania’s 5/6 Primary relay held last Sunday at Rosny College.
Year 6 Exhibition
Much hard work and dedication go into the Year 6 Exhibition every year. Students research their chosen topic in groups and present their findings as part of the exhibition. Check out some of these amazing displays!A big thank you to all the staff, parents and mentors who helped students with the Year 6 exhibition.
Alison Foley Joins eXXpedition
Old Scholar Ali Foley (1995 Leaver) is the founder of Ten Little Pieces, an environmental organisation that encourages people to collect ten pieces of plastic rubbish from wherever they are at any time, to reduce the amount of plastic that is polluting our environment.