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Keyneton students take on challenges
Every year students at Keyneton Primary school
take part in the Premier’s Reading and Be Active
This year Grace Mann and Jack Henke received
‘Hall of Fame Reader for Life’ Certificates for eight
years of participation in the Reading Challenge and
Liam Davies-Brown was awarded the ‘Be Active for
Life Bronze Medal’ for six years of participation in
the Be Active Challenge.
The school is very proud to have been selected as
one of the state’s 50 High Achieving Schools in the
Premier’s Be Active Challenge with almost 100%
of the students completing ten weeks of one hour
of physical activity per day.
Keyneton students who took part in the Premier’s Reading and Be Active challenges.
Front: Felix Herring, Eloise Thomson, Caleb Jaeschke, Amelia Robinson, Charlotte Bartram,
Hannah Pawson, Elyssa Thomson and Jasmine Robinson. Second row: Anneliese Kolak,
William Cameron, Alex Kolak, Ebony Jaeschke, Abby Waechter and Jack Hearnden
Seated on chairs: Zehta Herring, Molly Fiebiger, Meg Treloar, Kimberley Hearnden,
Libby Fiebiger, Baylee-Rose Duncan, Brooke Hearnden, Lilli-Mae Brown, Isabella Kolak,
Jessie Maurer, Mitchell Parks, Matthew Bartram and Ella Waechter.
Standing: Jacob Jaeschke, Jacob Fiebiger, Tom Treloar, Liam Davies-Brown, Morris
Pawson, Thomas Jaeschke, Travis Pawson and Lachlan Bartram
Absent: Hannah Parks, Grace Mann and Jack Henke.
At the recent school assembly Class and Principal awards, and pen licences were
presented to (front): Anneliese Kolak, Abby Waechter, William Cameron, Jack Hearnden,
Charlotte Bartram, Ebony Jaeschke and Elyssa Thomson.
(Back): Lilli-Mae Brown, Isabella Kolak, Baylee-Rose Duncan, Ella Waechter, Molly
Fiebiger, Jessie Maurer, Libby Fiebiger, Matthew Bartram, Thomas Jaeschke and Mitchell
Patient wait begins for
Barossa’s Year 12’s
The patient wait for Year 12
results in the Barossa region
will begin this afternoon after
students tackled the last of the
Stage 2 written exams of the year
- Geography and Musicianship.
The SACE Board estimates
about 280 students in the region
undertook at least one Stage 2
subject this year while working
towards their SACE.
Results are scheduled to be
released online on December
18 and students will also be
posted their results through the
2014 Faith College art
Faith Lutheran College,
Tanunda Visual Arts student,
Tori Hampel, has received the Art
Acquisition Prize for 2014.
This prize is donated by Brauer
Natural Medicine in recognition
of this Year 12 major painting,
‘Homage to James’.
Faculty Co-ordinator, Ms Cherie
O’Dea said, “Tori chose a highly
relevant theme very fitting for
the centennial anniversary of
the ANZAC soldiers landing on
“It shows empathy, imagination
and technical excellence in media
“As we honour Remembrance
Day, the artwork is a poignant
visual reminder of the ultimate
sacrifice made by so many men
and women in military service and
the legacy of war.”
Excerpts from Tori’s Artist’s
“My work explores the
experience of boy soldiers (those
who enrolled whilst under the
age of 18) who were involved in
World War I, through a collage of
mixed media and painting. I have
especially taken inspiration from
Australian artists, Shaun Gladwell
and Ben Quilty.
“I was further driven by the
fact that 2015 marks the 100th
year anniversary of the ANZAC
soldiers’ landing in Gallipoli. I
chose to collectively represent
the experience of young soldiers
through a portrait of James
Martin, the youngest ANZAC to
die during World War I.
“I have explored this boy’s
story and tried to portray the
stories of many of our soldiers
who were in their
like my peers
of a soldier’s
life in World
War I such as
by the letters
between a young
soldier and his
belonged to a
friend of mine,
that it was not
only the soldiers
affected by war.”
can be viewed in
the foyer of the
Tori Hampel with her acrylic fabric and
mixed media on canvas piece.
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