Homework Club has big HEART

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Our Lady’s College has been very lucky to be able to secure the services of some highly dedicated past students to work with current girls in a number of different areas. 

Our HEART Club for homework help runs three afternoons a week, and Kenisha Dsouza, Paige Mackie and Olivia Anderson will be in Ad Altiora Place to support students from 3 – 4 pm Monday through Wednesdays. Celine Aswad and Ruby Parker will be relief tutors, so there should always be someone available.

Jorja Horton, Jada Kynoch and Alice Hill are working with girls in the sporting arena, coaching, training and mentoring teams playing term one sport. They travel with the girls to games and are a great addition to the OLC support staff.

We have added Debating to our list of co-curricular activities and Olivia and Ruby will be meeting students to help them refine their research, structure and presentation skills. We are excited to include this activity under the supervision of Mr David Lyon.

Here are introductions in their own words.

Olivia Anderson
My name is Olivia Anderson and I am currently in my second year of a double degree in a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Government and International Relations at Griffith University. While at OLC, I loved debating, music and humanities subjects such as English, Legal Studies and Religion. I particularly love writing and editing essays.
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Celine Aswad
I’m Celine Aswad and I graduated from Our Lady’s College in 2019. I am currently studying a double Bachelors Degree of Nursing and Public Health at the Queensland University of Technology, as it’s my goal to become a Midwife. I am also part of QUT’s auditioned A Capella ensemble. I currently work at Woolworths as a Front End and Fresh Service Team member. I enjoy music, singing and watching movies. I spend most of my time with family and friends and love a relaxing day in front of the TV.
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Kenisha Dsouza
My name is Kenisha and I graduated Our Lady's College last year. I am currently studying a Bachelor of Design and Information Technology at the Queensland University of Technology. During my time at Our Lady's College I attended the after-school homework help program often, which helped me when I felt a little lost or unsure about my studies. I am coming back to high school to help other students in Mathematics, Science and Art. 
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Alice Hill
I’m Alice Hill, a past pupil of Our Lady’s College and the Junior Touch Football Coach for this trimester of CaSSSA Sport. In 2018, I was House Captain for Woods, and continue to pursue my love of sport. I am studying a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at QUT. I have also become a member of the Brisbane Broncos staff. I love being in a sporting environment and hope to pass on some expertise and passion this year to the participants at OLC. 

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Jorja Horton
I’m Jorja Horton, the Junior and Intermediate Volleyball coach for 2020. Last year I coached the Junior and Open teams, with the seniors making finals and the juniors winning the premiership. I graduated from Our Lady’s College in 2018 and was College Captain during my time at the school. Currently, I study a Bachelor of Education, majoring in Special Education at Griffith University, and mentor the first-year students coming into the course through the Mentoring Program.
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Jada Kynoch
As a past pupil of Our Lady’s College, it is a pleasure to be the Opens AFL Coach for Trimester 1 of CaSSSA Sport. I am currently studying a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and work as a medical receptionist. Through my experiences in my chosen field, my interests include encouraging healthy living in safe environments, which I will strive to achieve with the students of OLC this year.
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Natasha Lai
Hi! I am Natasha Lai, and I graduated Our Lady's College in 2019. During my time at school, I excelled in the areas of science (particularly Chemistry and Physics) and math. At the end of 2019, I received an OP 1. I would love to share my experiences and help younger students at OLC to achieve their goals.
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Paige Mackie
After serving as College Captain and graduating in 2019, I am now studying a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) at QUT. I am passionate about politics and social justice and will be representing my electorate in the Queensland Youth Parliament this year. I also enjoy ballroom dancing and reading in my spare time. My favourite school subjects were Modern History, English, and Biology, but I am looking forward to helping students from all grades with all subjects at HEART Club.
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Ruby Parker
I have just returned from a gap year after an 11-month trip around the world. I graduated in 2018, and as Social Justice Captain, I implemented changes across the school community. Combining my passion of social justice and reading, I am working towards a double degree of Human Services and Creative Industries, majoring in Creative Writing at QUT. I’m excited to be back at OLC, coaching the Year 10 debating team, and helping out with Homework Club after school. 
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