\On Friday June 14 Williamstown High School was invited to attend an afternoon tea with the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia at The University of Melbourne.
Pasco Assistant Campus principal Stephanie Villemin and Indonesian Teacher Sharon Croft attended, along with many other school principals and Indonesian teachers.
The Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia for Victoria and Tasmania, Ms Spica A Tutuhatunewa, gave the opening speech. The focus of her speech was about the importance of Victorian students studying Indonesian language in terms of fostering cultural understanding and strengthening bilateral relations of our two countries.
Guests also enjoyed delicious Indonesian treats while having the cultural experience of learning to play the angklung.
Indonesian Speaking Competition Awards
On the evening of Friday June 14 the awards night for the Victorian Sayembara Lisan Indonesian speaking competition was held at The University of Melbourne. Williamstown High School students performed exceptionally well this year. The awards were presented by the Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia for Victoria and Tasmania, Ms Spica A Tutuhatunewa.
Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding achievements:
2nd place: Chantel Simon of Year 7SMA
1st place: Kayshia van Paddenburg of Year 8AHO
1st place: Liam Keough of Year 9AGA
2nd place: Chloe Febbraro of Year 9MGE
3rd place: Jacob Faranda of Year 10NNI
1st place: Lintang Calista of Year 11TWR