AWARD RECIPIENTS FROM 2015

The College Awards for 2015 were announced at the Wednesday EOYS service, and I am very pleased to again announce the winners for those who were not present.

COLLEGE CAPTAINS 2016
These students were chosen by our staff and students considering the criteria of: leadership, responsible behaviour, effort in academics, impeccable appearance and service to others. After presenting a speech to the College community, the students voted and our Captains were decided. We wish them well with their 2016 leadership as College Captains and look forward to witnessing each of them as they grow in these most important leadership positions.

Samuel Farmer – Senior School Captain
Demi Smith – Senior School Captain
Mitchell Jude – Middle School Captain
Leanna Santostefano -Middle School Captain
Nicholas Kleinig – Junior School Captain
Bridie Newman – Junior School Captain

 

PREFECTS (YEAR 12)
Senior School – Asha O’Brien and Nik Constaninopoulos

 

HOUSE AWARDS
We would also like to acknowledge the 2015 recipients of the House Awards. These awards went to the students who demonstrated leadership qualities throughout the year. The students showed outstanding effort in their academic work, service to others, and sportsmanship towards others. They also demonstrated the ability to communicate responsibly and admirably towards all in the College Community:

Hipparchus  Caitlin Thomas
Hadley  Nicholas Kleinig
Galileo  Analeisha Tsesmelis
Magellan  Allyce Fatchen

 

THE PRINICPAL’S AWARD (Rec-Year 11)
The Principals Award was created to honour a student who demonstrates all the qualities we, at Navigator College, believe sets the best standards possible for active citizenship in the future. The recipient of this award has a strong faith as well as a positive attitude towards everything that life has to offer. The recipient also demonstrates a balance of the IB Attributes of the Learner Profile and the Lutheran Lifelong Qualities that we all hold in high regard. He or She demonstrates a high level of maturity, integrity and a strong sense of justice and purpose.

2015 Recipient: Mikaela Webb

 

STATE PARLIAMENTARY AWARD
The State Parliamentary Award was also presented at the End of Year Service. This award acknowledges the importance that education plays in providing young people in our community the confidence, knowledge and skills to become successful leaders.

2015 Recipient: Sarah Murchinson

 

FEDERAL PARLIAMENTARY AWARD
The Federal Parliamentary Award presented by our College Council Chairperson, Kingsley Macdonald was presented to Kathryn Doudle who has been involved in the College since its opening in 2009.

 

OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEERING
The Minister for Education and Child Development has given an Award for Outstanding Volunteering service. Kingsley Macdonald again presented this award, to the very worthy recipient, Barry Davies.

 

MACDONALD SHIELD
The Macdonald shield, which is a culmination of points awarded for sporting events, effort in academic achievement and service to others was awarded to Galileo House.

 

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
This award is given to a student who acquires points for participating in SAPSASA or higher, SSASA Sports and for State Representation. The recipient this year has achieved extremely well in a number of sports, including Netball, Basketball and Tennis.

Recipient: Charlotte Nicholls

 

LUTHERAN WOMEN OF SA AWARD
The Lutheran Women of South Australia Award was presented by Lorna Dutschke. This organisation provides an encouragement award to a student in Senior School who has demonstrated aspects of: showing a positive attitude to their studies, giving service to the school/community, planning a possible future voluntary or paid vocation within the Church, being an effective ambassador for the school and showing initiative and willingness to support others. Recipient: Rebecca Fatchen

 

YEAR 5 EXHIBITION AWARD
The Exhibition Award is a specific Junior School award and is the culmination of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. In the final year of the PYP, students are required to conduct an in-depth study into the essential elements of the PYP and show case their learning with the wider community in the form of an exhibition. The following students in Year 5 demonstrated the ability to show case the knowledge, skills, attitudes and attributes synonymous with the Primary Years Program:

Chloe Burge , Jasmine Slater, Ema Stobart, Kain Zacher, Evelyn Bartlett and Ryan James