22nd May 2023
These last few weeks have seen great deal of positive energy in the school, both in classroom learning, in the yard and outside of school hours.
First and foremost, we are proud of our dedicated staff whose ongoing effort to improve student outcomes in positive, engaging, and challenging learning environments has made this term a very productive one so far.
Our Sports Coordinator Mr Eddy has been very busy organising students and coaching sessions to enable participation in a number of interschool sports events this term. It has been great to see the significant increase in training opportunities for students in the lead up to the competition days, thanks once again to the many staff who have volunteered their recess or lunch breaks to run these sessions.
The Senior Ball on Friday 12th May was the culmination of weeks of afterschool practices. The dance moves were executed with precision, and the pride on the faces of our students was a pleasure to see. Thank you to all the families that were there on the night to contribute to this milestone celebration for our Year 11 students. I would like to acknowledge the dedication and commitment of our staff team; Jodie Cox, Rebecca Wallace, Aidan Brohm and Anne-Maree James.
Our annual school-wide celebration of IDAHOBIT day once again featured the flag-raising ceremony at school with opportunities to discuss and learn about the importance of this day in classes throughout the day. Thanks to our Student Diversity Leader and School Captain, Zoe Bespalov, for her planning and organisation of events on the day, and to the many staff members who have been so active in championing inclusion in our school. A lovely addition to this year’s event was our entry into the Macedon Rainbow Shopfront Competition. We won the competition with our entry of an amazing origami display of coloured butterflies, arranged in the outline of the Rainbow Flag. Congratulations to the Year 7 and 8 Home Group students and teachers and to Caroline Sharpe for leading the initiative.
Every 4 years, the Department of Education requires school to undertake the school review process. Kyneton High School will have its review in Term 3. This is our opportunity to evaluate the progress we have made in the last four years and informs the development our next 4-year School Strategic Plan (SSP). This process also provides assurance of ongoing compliance with the Minimum Standard related to curriculum and student learning. The school review supports each school to differentiate its improvement journey by building on current strengths and assisting it to respond to challenges. It emphasises continuous improvement and affirms that every student, no matter their background or circumstances, has a right to learn in a school committed to improvement. It maintains that every school can improve.
Kyneton High School:
- welcomes school community participation in the review
- seeks multiple perspectives, engagement with the whole school community and openness to challenge for improvement
- celebrates strengths and achievements.
We look forward to engaging with our community in this process and over the next few weeks we will be sharing information about our school which will help inform the consultation process.
If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to contact me via the School Office.
The students of Kyneton High School were lucky enough to have our whole school athletics day at Keilor on Tuesday the 4th, students from all year levels were highly encouraged to participate not only in the track events but also the novelties. Whether it was the 100 metre sprint or the three legged race students everywhere were filled with laughs and smiles. It was fantastic to see so many of the students dressed in the four house colours, of course the day comes with a little friendly competition with Campaspe (Blue House) who earned the most house points to take the cup. The day wouldn’t have been complete without the incredible organisation from our sports coordinator Mr. Eddy and all the other help from teachers involved.
Big shout out also to some of our other students Liam Gilbert, Luke Masko and Kaedyn Eagle! Year after year these students and others, as part of the Scouts, care for the bleary eyed Dawn Service attendees. The Scouts provide hot drinks and food for those in attendance and the volunteer army that help make this event happen.
Many thanks to all involved.
School Captains Zoe Bespalov and Mitchell Boyer demonstrated our value of respect this morning, upholding the tradition of supporting the Mt Macedon Anzac Day Dawn Service. Both students read a poem entitled ‘We Remember’, a collection of thoughts and reflections edited by Sharon Stewart on behalf of a Cobaw social support group. Zoe and Mitch also laid a wreath on behalf of our school.
Harley Thompson 7C gearing up to perform the Ode at the Trentham ANZAC day service.
Our school Vice Captains Lana Hughes and Tobe Kolanowski continued to demonstrate terrific respect by upholding the tradition of supporting the Kyneton Anzac Day Service at the Cenotaph this morning. The students recited the Ode and laid a wreath representing our school.
Again the Scouts were looking after attendees! This time with delicious homemade Anzac biscuits.
This is our Kyneton High School collaborative origami art work.
Year 7 and 8 homegroups and their teachers learnt how to make origami butterflies
and we created an artwork together to show our support of IDAHOBIT.
We chose butterflies as a symbol of hope, support and the process of change.
Pride Crew celebrated International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) on Wednesday 17th May. KHS hosted a flag raising ceremony during recess which included a short speech from our school captain Zoe Bespalov. A cohort of students then joined with Kyneton’s Community flag raising ceremony where representatives from Cobaw, Council and Politicians communicated their support for the LGBTQI+ community. Our very own Tommy Sarah-Lay also made a speech, talking about their experiences as a LGBTQI+ young person in the Macedon Ranges, and the amazing support they receive from the Way Out Youth Group. We also found out that KHS won the Rainbow Shopfronts Competition thanks to Caroline Sharpe’s idea of the Rainbow Flag in the form of origami butterflies created by Year7 & 8 Homegroups. Well done!
Selamat Datang Bu Arti!
Bu Arti is our new language assistant from Indonesia. She is embarking on an exciting adventure as she takes on roles at Kyneton High School, Macedon Primary School, and New Gisborne Primary School. Born and raised in Bandung, a vibrant city in East Java, Bu Arti possesses a deep passion for drawing and immerses herself in the world of movies. Additionally, she finds great joy in exploring her culinary skills by following simple recipes, and takes delight in the process of creating delicious dishes.
Bu Arti will be joining the Kyneton High School family until the end of this year. She is eagerly looking forward to maximizing her first-time experience in Australia, fully immersing herself in the unique charm of Victoria.
Indonesian Food Tasting
Last week, our awesome Year 8 students had a blast participating in an Indonesian Food Tasting activity. They got to try out a whole bunch of unique and exciting foods, including exotic fruits like rambutan, longan, dragon fruit, jackfruit, and the mighty durian! The main goal of this activity was to encourage our students to show respect for foods from other cultures. They were super pumped, open-minded, and adventurous throughout the whole experience!
The highlight of the event was definitely the Spicy Challenge. We had different levels of spicy sauces for the students to try, and guess what? Some of them were even brave enough to munch on whole chillies! Talk about spice warriors! We really wanted to push our students to try new things and step out of their culinary comfort zones, and did they rise to the occasion!
Video: Rising to the Chilli Challenge!
We want to thank you to our amazing staff members who have helped to run the event: Bu Arti, Ms. Gunter, Ms. Thomas, Ms. Sharpe, Ms. Dalley, Bec Nardella, and Michelle Barfoot.
Looking ahead, we’re already buzzing with excitement for more thrilling and educational activities in the future. Our aim is to continue broadening our students’ understanding and appreciation of different cultures. Stay tuned for more exciting adventures from the language program!
Bu Kiky Amelia
Paddock To Plate
Paddock to Plate class made Okonomiyaki (Japanese Cabbage pancakes) We enjoyed eating food from another country and using fresh cabbage. It is a simple and cheap recipe that can be made easily at home.
Year 7 Science
7E survived a zombie apocalypse this week!
They used the separating mixtures techniques that they’ve learnt in Science this cycle to clean the contaminated water from the river. Halfway through the experiment, we had a visit from a (very mummy-looking) zombie!
Year 8 Science
Year 8 students have been studying body systems in science the last few weeks. They conduct dissections to observe internal structures and how structures allow the organs to do their jobs.
Everyone has been spectacularly safe and respectful even when things get a bit messy (and smelly!)
Year 10 Science
Not entirely sure what’s going on here, but it does look vaguely sciencey.
Year 11 Science
Year 11 Physics have just completed their Area of Study 2 – Energy from the Nucleus culminating in a debate titled Nuclear Power is the Future of Australian Energy. Students undertook a great deal of research over a number of days, strategising and working together wonderfully to put in impassioned pleas for their team’s perspective (even if they personally disagreed with it).
In the end, the only winner was scientific discourse and we celebrated our success with hot chips for lunch!
Year 12 Science
Year 12 Chemistry students investigate equilibrium with a colour-changing mixture.
Scott Darlow visited KHS last Wednesday (10th May) and ran two sessions with the Year 11 VCE-VMs, Year 12 VCALs and Year10 Applied Learning. Scott Darlow is an Aboriginal musician and World Vision Ambassador. He is about to release a new album and his music has been played in high rotation on radio stations like Triple M. Scott talked about his family’s story of facing racism and discrimination, and broadened our understanding of how the decisions of the past has caused catastrophic ripple effects to our present Aboriginal communities.
He finished the session offering a solution in the form of the acronym FLUTE:
Forgiveness – Letting go of grudges
Love – seeking opportunities for Random Acts of Kindness
Understanding – the more you learn, the more you notice
Tolerance – the ability to ignore or set aside other people’s faults
Empathy – putting yourself in somebody else’s shoes
The Year So Far In Sport
On Tuesday 4th of April in the last week of Term 1, Kyneton High School ventured off to the Keilor Little Athletics Centre for our annual Athletics Carnival. It was a clear sunny day and spirits were high as it was our first time at this new venue.
The overall winners for the day were the Campaspe House, followed by Lauriston in second place.
Special thanks to all staff for your assistance on the day. These days don’t happen without everyone’s support.
There was a huge level of participation in the track and field events and those not competing got around their peers in support. The teachers had much fun using the new walkie talkie system to stay connected between events and there was a never-ending line at the ice cream and hot drink van that was in attendance.
After a mountain of positive feedback from students and staff about the day, we are excited at the prospect of this being what our school Athletics carnival looks like from now on!
On Thursday the 4th of May, the Senior girls’ and boys’ soccer teams headed off to Sunbury for the inter school sports event. The girls team played 3 games across the day and were very competitive across all three games. We unfortunately lost our first two matches by narrow defeats but were lucky to win our last game against Hume Grammar 3-1. The team worked hard all day, and everyone played a part. Thank You to the boy’s team for cheering the girls home across the day.
Special mention to our goalie Jen Girvan who saved goals everywhere. A big congratulations to our goal scorers, Bronte Randle, Alice Bromley, Ava Coleman, and Freya Laird. The boys team unfortunately didn’t have the same success, they competed very hard in both of their games but didn’t come away with the win. A big thankyou to Henry Coleman and Kingston Price for coming along on the day and being our linesmen.
Well Done Teams!
Video: the teams in action
On Tuesday 9th of May the Year 8 netball team went to Craigieburn sports centre to play 2 games of netball. We played well, winning both games meaning we are on to the next round. Everyone played hard and deserved the wins. We had a great day and are looking forward to the next round. The senior girls competed hard all day but unfortunately lost both of their matches. Thank You to Ms Wallace, Ms Nardella and Mr Oliveri for helping us out on the day.
On Friday 5th of May, 13 students ranging from Year 7 to 12 went and competed at the Divisional Cross Country in Greenvale. The conditions were favourable with little wind, and most of our competitors navigated the water damage on the track well to avoid injury. Overall, we had positive results, with almost all our runners placing in the top 15.
Congratulations to Flynn Witkowski and Dylan Faulds for placing 2nd and Jack Denton for placing 3rd in their respective events. Special mention to Harley Thompson, who demonstrated fantastic sportsmanship and cheered on every single KHS competitor.
Ms Swinden and Ms Ford
I was lucky enough to take 4 students Jack Denton (50m freestyle/relay), Angus Hoyne (50m breaststroke/relay), Henry Coleman (relay) and Lennox O’Bree (relay) to regional swimming in Greensborough on the 29th of March. It was a very busy day with many students competing for their schools. All 4 boys competed extremely hard but unfortunately didn’t come away with top 3 finishes. We congratulate the 4 students for their amazing efforts and dedication to make it to a regional event. Well done!
Our Senior and Intermediate Boys and Girls competed at inter school badminton. The teams played extremely well and competed hard at an event that’s not usually offered.
We were very lucky to have the senior girls and intermediate boys’ teams make the final. Unfortunately, both teams suffered close losses. We congratulate all teams on a successful day out. Special mention to Mr Andrea and Ms Scott for taking these students out on sport.
We have been working hard on providing students with the opportunity to tryout/train for interschool sports teams. This has been extremely successful so far with good turnouts to each training. If you aren’t sure on upcoming events/training follow the link to the training schedule for term 2: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KIBX_HXTVNESU_ynMz5R1F0xKTucIsFulwsJ7-3QiyY/edit
I’m sure everyone present on the night would agree these students did a fantastic job with their presentation and dancing giving them all something to be very proud of. Well done to everyone involved – you certainly did your families and the school very proud.
Thanks to our dance teachers, Rebecca Wallace and Aiden Brohm, our coordinator Jodie Cox and assistant Anne-Marie James. Thank you also to our official party – David Romer and Gareth Rowe for being our Guests of Honour, School Principal Ana Rees and Assistant Principal Faye Zollia our MC for the night.
Friday the 12th of May was a night of glitz and glamour at Luxor Reception Centre in Taylors Lakes. 52 Kyneton High School students put on an exceptional performance showing the 8 weeks of long dance practice nights had certainly paid off. The students turned up in limos and fancy cars looking like a million dollars.
But most of all thanks to all the senior students who did such a great job of entertaining everyone.
YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!
Get To Know Your Grower
The whole Year 11 VCE-VM class went on an excursion to a mini farm in Metcalfe. The farm is on just an acre or so, yet grows enough fruit and vegetables to sell to over 50 families and to use in the family café, Home Grown On Piper.
We started the day with a tour of the whole property, going through all the different vegetables they grow and how they grow and when they grow. After having a tour we got to have morning tea, eating muffins and some other snacks.
The whole class then went into the goats’ paddock and got to play with them for a bit before some students got to milk them. It was a different experience, but it was good to be hands-on.
This year’s Vocational Major students will be taking part in a project that aims to connect them to their local food system. There will be opportunities for the students to attend field trips to local organic farms, a chance to plant and harvest their own veggies at the farm, school, and home, participate in cooking classes run by professionals and then share their learnings with family, friends and the school community.
The project has been initiated by Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health, Macedon Ranges Shire Council and the Macedon Ranges Sustainability Group with support from Kyneton High School and is funded by VicHealth’s round two JumpStart funding.
Special thanks to Kyneton High school staff Ana Rees, Kate Rantall and Gareth Rowe who have provided invaluable support in getting the project off the ground. While Greg Potter, in wearing two hats as a valued teacher and volunteer of Macedon Ranges Sustainability Group, has been instrumental in developing the project and working to connect the organisations and our school.
There will be regular updates about the project throughout the year in the newsletter. Parents and carers wishing to learn more about this project can contact Kylie Stafford, Community Engagement and Partnerships officer at Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health on email@example.com or 0493 680 777.
SHORT STORY MONTH
May is SHORT STORY MONTH and we are holding a competition in the Library. Read a short story from our collection of short story books, fill in the form, and go in the draw to win a prize at the end of the month. Short stories are a great way to enjoy some reading while not having to wait too long to find out what happens at the end!
!!!Surprise Your Eyes!!! on Thursday lunchtimes has featured short videos based on short stories, and so far we’ve seen The Tell-tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe; The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson; New Boy by Roddy Doyle, and The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan.
Six teenagers. An empty shopping centre. No Wi-Fi. And… a baby? No phones, no internet and no way out, Shannon and five other trapped teens are completely disconnected from the outside world and their online lives.
This term our Book Tasting activity for classes is in the style of a Reading Bingo game. This has allowed a large variety of books to be chosen by the students, as they try to complete a row on the bingo sheet.
The classes that have taken part so far have enjoyed this slightly different way of finding a ‘just right’ book for silent reading.
Renowned for her historical fiction titles, Jackie French now tells the story of the brilliant and famous evacuation of Gallipoli.
What lies hidden in the mud? What might happen if you look at it too long? And what will happen if you let it go?
Twelve-year-old Nina is not happy. Her scientist parents are spending a year in Antarctica. And Nina’s being sent to London to stay with her Aunt Bee, an intertidal archaeologist, who lives on a converted barge on the Thames. She’s also a keen mud larker, combing the river mud for fascinating, long-forgotten articles from past lives. Nina arrives with an Attitude. Her parents have never left her behind before. It takes time for her to settle in, helped by the MudPuddlers, a local group of enthusiastic amateur mud larks.
Philomella, who considers herself an ordinary girl, finds herself inextricably linked to the Impossible Forest and the evil that seeks to conquer it.
Other school Activities
– In all stages of education the work of the teacher does not end with the teaching of the work prescribed in the curriculum. In the case of secondary education the extra activities are not covered by sports alone. There are many sides to the nature to the developing adolescent and it is the duty of the school to take due recognisance of all of these. To adequately meet all the needs of every student is, of course, impossible, but much can be done in that direction.
Taken from Headmaster Robert Hagan’s address to the 1927 Annual Speech Night.
As reported in the Kyneton Guardian, 27th December 1927
Thanks to Mal Closter.
The Debating Club continues to function satisfactorily and the year has seen a number of really good meetings. The magazine has reached its ninth issue. This publication is a faithful reflection of the work of the students – staff editing being reduced to a minimum. The Radio Club and the Dancing Class met as usual. At the end of the first term a concert was presented by the students in the Paramount Theatre, with very commendable results. The senior students held an enjoyable social during the third term.
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Bella – $3000 So Far, Only $2000 To Go!
Hello! For those who don’t know me, I’m Bella from 7B. I have the great honour to be a torchbearer for the Legacy 100 Years torch relay throughout Australia, to mark the 100th year anniversary of the formation of Legacy in 1923. I will be carrying the torch in Ballarat on September 19th.
Throughout Australia there will be 1,500 torch bearers, and I have the great privilege to be one of them. Each torch bearer has a connection with Legacy. Mine goes back to 1943, when my great-great uncle was killed in New Guinea. When he died he left behind his wife and 3 year-old son. Legacy provided help for his family over many years. I am honoured to carry the torch in memory of him and our family.
Up to date I have raised over $3,000 which is making a real difference in the lives of ex-service families, many who have kids our age. The money Legacy raises goes to allowing kids to go to school, and provides for all of their everyday needs. My goal is to raise $5,000 before September, and if I achieve that it will help a lot more families.
To help Bella get to $5000, you can donate at the Legs for Legacy page:
Students will be participating in a Practice GAT next Wednesday 24th May during P1-2.
Please note students will be placed in rooms will be as follows:-
School Hall – Year 11 and 12 VCE VM Students (DEM and HIL)
SL4 – Year 11 and 12 VCE Students (FLN)
SL5 – Year 11 and 12 VCE Students (WHR)
The Practice GAT will be Section A of a previous GAT,and will give students an understanding of the types of questions to be answered during the actual GAT. All students who are sitting the GAT this year will be expected to complete the Practice GAT, unless they completed the GAT last year.
Annette Brown on behalf of the Senior Years Team
At Kyneton High School, our Student Excellence Program supports our high-ability students to excel through ongoing extension in the classroom, as well as extra-curricular activities.
The Victorian High-Ability Program (VHAP) allows high-ability Year 7 and 8 students to participate in a 10-week virtual enrichment program in Maths and/or English. Participants are government-selected but nominations from teachers, parents or students are also welcomed. There is no cost to families.
Click here for more information and please contact us if you’re interested.
Emerging Sciences Victoria courses are for Year 9 and 10 students with interest and/or talent in STEM subjects. Participants are self-referred or teacher-selected. Choose from:
• Medical Physics
• Alternative Energies
• Nature & Beauty of Mathematics
The courses are run by the John Monash School of Science. They are heavily subsidised – the cost to each family is just $25. Find more info here and let us know if you’re interested.
Throughout the year, high-ability students may also be invited to be part of the Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series and supported to reach their potential with Individual Learning Plans and goal setting.
We look forward to keeping all of our students challenged and engaged!
Alex Ashley and Camille Price
Student Excellence Coordinators
DID YOU MISS OUT
… on Columns 2022?
Cheer up! There are still some copies left.
100 pages of glorious memories, celebrations, events, sports, a bazillion photos, random mayhem, and magnificent creativity!
The WHOLE YEAR squeezed into a big bright bouncy souvenir.
PLUS 10 sneaky intruder sharks.
Can you find them all???
$25 while stocks last!!!
Contact the school on
5421 1100 to secure a copy.
DON’T MISS OUT ON THE 2023 EXTRA SPECIAL CENTENARY YEARBOOK!!!
To avoid CRUSHING DISAPPOINTMENT remember you need to order and pay at the office ASAP.
KHS – Useful Contacts In 2023
Year Level Leaders
|Year 7||James Shepherd-Turnbull|
|Year 8||Geoff Comben|
|Year 9||Dave Romer|
|Year 10||Tim Rickwood|
|Year 11||Rebecca Wallace|
|Year 12||Emma Nelms|
|Year 7/8 Sub School Leader||Cassie Gunter|
|Middle Years Careers||Kate Sims|
|VCE and Year 11/12 Careers||Rosemary White|
|Disability & Inclusion||Cas Tardif|
Learning Area Leaders
|Health & P.E.||Jodie Cox|
Home Group Staff
Department Of Education Privacy Collection Notice
Some dates for the diary
|Monday 22nd May||Year 10 Pre-driver camp 1|
|Tuesday 23rd May||Year 10 Pre-driver camps 1 & 2|
Sports: Girls football (all year levels)
|Wednesday 24th May||Year 10 Pre-driver camp 2|
Practice GAT – Period 1 & 2
Student focus group interviews (Whitney Munro)
|Thursday 25th May||Year 10 Pre-driver camp 3|
Year 10 Tomorrow Bound
|Friday 26th May||Year 10 Pre-driver camp 3|
National Sorry Day
Sport: Intermediate football/soccer/netball
|Saturday 27th May||Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum|
|Sunday 28th May||Working bee|
|Monday 29th May||Year 10 Pre-driver camp 4|
Year 9 HG Morrisby information week
|Tuesday 30th May||Year 10 Pre-driver Camp 4|
|Thursday 1st June||Sport: Year 7 football/soccer|
|Friday 2nd June||Year 7 2024 Parent information session 9.30 a.m.|
|Saturday 3rd June||Mabo Day|
|Monday 5th June – Friday 9th June||Year 9 Morrisby|
Year 10 Work experience
|Monday 5th June||World Environment Day|
Sport: Year 8 football/soccer
Year 7 2024 Parent information webinar 7 p.m.
|Friday 9th June||Year 11 & 12 VCE Chemistry excursion|
Year 12 Literature – Uncle Vanya (after school)
|Sunday 11th June||Year 7 2024 Prospective family information session 10 a.m.|
|Monday 12th June||King’s birthday public holiday|
|Tuesday 13th June||Equine therapy|
|Wednesday 14th June – Friday 16th June||Year 9 camp|
|Thursday 15th June||GAT (all students enrolled in Units 3-4)|
|Friday 16th June||Year 10 formal|
|Friday 16th June – Saturday 1st July||VCE Indonesian study tour|
|Monday 19th June||Year 9 Media excursion|
|Tuesday 20th June||Interschool sport: Senior basketball/table tennis|
|Thursday 22nd June||School Council meeting|
|Friday 23rd June||End of Term 2|
|Monday 10th July||Begin Term 3|
The Kyneton FIDA side promotes fitness, friendship & belonging, developing life skills, confidence & improved health. And we are on the look out for new players to join us for the 2023 Season!
So who can play?
A Player will be deemed as ELIGIBLE (E), for the purposes of participation in FIDA and the National Inclusion Carnival, if: i. the participant meets the Sport Inclusion Australia (SIA, formerly AUSRAPID) classification, or can provide evidence of this classification in the past.
• All new Players are encouraged to seek SIA classification upon registration.
A Player will be classified as ALLOWED (A) for the purposes of participation in the FIDA Football League, if: ii. the participant is declined for a SIA classification, and upon reviewing the evidence provided, FIDA determines the Player meets two (2) of the existing FIDA Player eligibility requirements:
• Attendance at a Specialist School.
• Attendance at a Mainstream School with funded Educational Support under the category of Intellectual Disability in the Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD) or similar.
• Proof of Disability Support Pension or NDIS registration under the category of Intellectual Disability.
• Registration with a Disability Service Provider under the category of Intellectual Disability
What is the age range?
Players under 14 are required to provide signed permission from their parents or caregivers, submitted to the FIDA Management, and may be required to meet with a member of the FIDA Executive Committee before they can play. Players over 40 are required to provide a medical clearance.
The Spirit of the Game involves showing RESPECT for:
• Your opponents and their Team Officials
• Your own captain, Coaches, and Team
• The role of the Umpires
• Supporters and spectators OF ALL AGES
• The Game’s traditional values
To find out more about FIDA, visit fida.org.au
To find out more about Kyneton FIDA, visit Kyneton FIDA Football, First Game at Tigerland – YouTube and FIDA game day on Vimeo
To register your interest to play for the mighty Tigers, please contact Debbie Fraumano
0403 343 705
We welcome all to come along and see what we are all about!
Kyneton Theatre Company are auditioning for The Wiz, to be performed in late September and October. We are looking for young performers to join our cast.
We are a local community group whose mission is to foster the talent of our local community, developing performance and theatre skills for young people.
The Wiz is a joyous production, loosely based on the Wizard of Oz with fantastic music written by Quincey Jones.