SLC Lightning Premiership & Mrs Fisher’s Last Day

What a cracker day we had Torquay today for Footy/ Netball day!

Final results of the day:

FOOTBALL- 1ST PLACE- Undefeated and winners on the day! Bringing the trophy home for Moriac.

NETBALL- B grade team 3 played gallantly, but unfortunately didn’t win a game, B grade team 2 - 1ST PLACE, A grade team- 3RD PLACE. Well done to all students who participated today. You’re efforts were outstanding and we are very proud of the winners, but more importantly the sportsmanship we saw out there today! All students were outstandingly behaved and showed great respect to the other teams, umpires, coaches and teachers. You’re all winners!


Personally, a massive thank you to both students and parents from myself (Mikhala) for your support this year as I take leave from today to welcome my first baby to the world in the next few weeks. It’s been a great 6 months and 5/6 students you should all be so proud of your achievements thus far this year. You are all amazing kids, each bringing something unique to our class and school. I will miss you guys! Mr Ryan Fischer will be taking over from Tuesday 11th June (Don’t forget it’s also his birthday guys! 😉). I look forward to catching up with you all at Production next week as well as later in the year at Grade 6 Graduation, and of course when I visit with Baby Fisher. 😃 Mikhala




SSA Cross Country

Today students in MLC and SLC participated in our annual SSA Cross Country event at Eastern Gardens.

As always, our students led the way by being exceptionally well-behaved, supportive and hard working. You continue to be fantastic role models!

A big shout out to all of our students for ‘having a go’, but also big big shout out to some of our star runners who finished top 3 in their age groups, including; Sam, Indi, Keely and Ella.

We are so proud of your achievements today.  We also had a number of other students placing top 10, with some also recording Division qualifying times, with more information to follow regarding that.


We didn’t anticipate the affect Bellbrae not being there this year would have on the schedule.  Some of the earlier events went ahead of schedule timing, however by the 11 year olds we were able to catch up on time.