05 October 2022

ILC News

ILC News

It’s been an eventful couple of weeks in the ILC! We have moved back in and reopened with some fanfare. It’s been great to be back welcoming students and staff into the space and seeing all those familiar faces again.

We were able to reopen in time for the 2022 Book Week. With the theme “Dreaming With Eyes Open” we ran a number of fun activities such as;

  • Book Week Theme related quizzes

  • Origami sessions

  • 100 Word Short Story Competition

  • Art Competition

  • Guess the Clouds in the Jar

There were great prizes on offer and we congratulate the following winners;

100 Word Short Story

1st Indiana Colley

2nd Emilia Browne

3rd Leah McCurry

Art Competition

Drawing and Painting – Junior Winner

Nakita Smith

Thomas Cadwallander

Drawing and Painting -Senior Winner

Madelyn Waugh


Georgia Lamb

Well done to Cam Snookes for Guess the correct clouds in the jar

Monday 29th August saw the annual “My book doesn’t have a Charger” Literary Evening happening. Guests were treated to a panel style discussion on the many benefits of reading. The evening was hosted by renowned local author Sue Lawson, who was joined by Mark Smith and Shivaun Plozza as guests were treated to stories on how they have developed their writing skills over the years as well as providing insights for our students to advance their own literacy skills.

Leonie Stephenson | ILC Coordinator