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Students in dance festival
Debate defeat
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Wobbly Boot Cup declared a success
Judo medal winners
Matches played against Erina
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Bowls singles
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Holiday tennis camp
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Winner

Spelling results

The Brisbane Water Learning Community Spelling Bee finals were held at Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy Campus on June 2.

Students in Years 5 and 6 from local primary schools and those in Year 7 at Umina Campus competed.

"The finalists had to win at class level and then school level to reach the grand finals day," school learning support coordinator of Umina Campus Ms Pam Thomson said.

"The children who represented the schools were fine ambassadors and demonstrated great sportsmanship.

"Student representatives from the SRC at Umina Campus were judges, timekeepers and ushers at each individual school's finals and at the grand finals."

The finalists were:

Year 5 Girls: Emily Diaz (Empire Bay PS), Jessica Grant (Ettalong PS), Sienna Palmer (Umina PS), Imogen Thomas (Woy Woy South PS), Samantha Williams (Woy Woy PS).

Year 5 Boys: Matthew Fitzsimmons (Ettalong PS), Hamish Hogge (Empire Bay PS), Bryson Howe (Umina PS), Isaac Orr-Green (Woy Woy PS), Jayden Purcell (Woy Woy South PS).

Year 6 Girls: Lauren Hayes (Woy Woy South PS), Brianna Kelly (Woy Woy PS), Jade Ridley (Umina PS), Tanushri Saha (Empire Bay PS), Tahnee Ward (Ettalong PS).

Year 6 Boys: Matthew Evans (Woy Woy PS), Ben I'Anson Waters (Umina PS), Luke Podnar (Ettalong PS), Jack Steed (Woy Woy South PS), Kyle Wright (Empire Bay PS).

Year 7 Girls: Cana Bell, Lisa Besley, Samantha Cerulli, Gemma Crowson, Molly Rosewarn.

Year 7 Boys: Ethan De Silva, Ryan Dodd, Campbell Gorman, Robert Lerit, Mitchell Miles.

Winners were: Year 5, Sienna Palmer (Umina PS) and Hamish Hogge (Empire Bay PS); Year 6, Tanushri Saha (Empire Bay PS) and Ben I'Anson Waters (Umina PS); and Year 7 Molly Rosewarn and Ryan Dodd.

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