Our Year 12 students are getting closer to the end of their secondary education and this week has seen students complete a series of practice exams before the ‘main event’ starts on the Wednesday 29th October with the three hour English examination.  Year 12s finish formal classes on Wednesday 23rd October and as I mentioned to Year 12 students this week, the College community expects that last day celebrations will be conducted sensibly and in good taste, as has been the case in recent years. On Thursday 24th October, Year 12 students will be invited to a breakfast with staff and College Councillors. At the completion of the breakfast students will be accompanied back to school to attend an assembly to wish them good luck with their examinations. After this date, students have six days to prepare for the start of the examination period.   The College does not believe that celebrations should take place before the completion of examinations and therefore does not sanction any functions other than the College’s Graduation Dinner held on Thursday 20th November. The Graduation Dinner is a function where students attend with their family and are therefore under the supervision of their parents. On behalf of the College I would like to wish our Year 12 students all the best for the upcoming examination period and we look forward to seeing them and their families at the Graduation Dinner.