Students from St Patricks Catholic Primary School recently participated in the International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) computing and science tests.
Student Lucas Moncrieff received a distinction in both computer skills and science.
Gemma Lavings and Alexander Lara also received a distinction in computer skills and Harry Meggs received a distinction in science.
Credits in computer skills were given to Jordan Terzian, Dylan Foster, Lauren Cox, Ella Murray, Isabella Gooley, Isabella Foster and Tom Conroy.
Credits in science were given to Jerrica Tony, Dylan Foster, Gemma Lavings, Michael Holmes, Andy Trinh and Emma Cormack.
Merits in computer skills were given to Dakota Xuereb, Jerrica Tony, Christopher Kemp, Michael Holmes, Andy Trinh and Emma Cormack.
Merits in science were given to Bryson Hartle and Sophia Starr.
Newsletter, 25 Jul 2014
St Patricks Catholic