Recognition Of Achievements

Student achievements at Brigidine College are acknowledged in a variety of ways including:
•  The "Fortiter et Suaviter" Award, presented to the Year 12 student who has made an outstanding contribution to the life of the school
•  The Archbishop of Sydney Award for Student Excellence
•  Service to the School awards
•  Acknowledgement at School Assemblies
•  Acknowledgement at Year Group Assemblies
•  Articles in the School e-Newsletter
•  School Leaders' Awards
•  Year Co-ordinator Commendations
•  Displays of work
•  Recognition on Semester and Yearly Reports
•  Certificates of Merit
•  Year / Homeroom awards
•  Leadership: Captain, Vice-Captain, Student Council President, SRC Members, Big Sister Club, Social Justice Committee, Senior Oratory Award, The Cedric Ashton and Sister Helen Connolly Music Awards, House Captains and Vice Captains, Peer Support Leaders
•  Honour Roll for HSC class: Dux, Academic Excellence, Honour Roll Achievers
•  Awards for Most Improved, Most Consistent and First Place in all Courses in all years
• Sports Awards for Representation and Achievement throughout the year and also at the annual Sports Awards
Academic awards and service awards given on Presentation Afternoon on the last day of the school year.
Principal's award for punctuality and sincerity.



The RoSA is a cumulative credential in that it allows students to accumulate their academic results until they leave school. The RoSA records completed Stage 5 and Preliminary Stage 6 courses and grades, and participation in any uncompleted Preliminary Stage 6 courses. It is of specific use to students leaving school prior to the HSC. The Literacy and Numeracy tests that are an optional part of the RoSA will be held sometime in November. Any parent who would like their daughter to sit these tests should contact the school in October of this year. There will be another chance to sit them around April of the following year.


Mr Anthony Morgan

Curriculum Coordinator