I would like to start off by thanking Miss Penrose for inviting me back here today to speak to all of you. It wasn’t too long ago that I was sitting in this very auditorium like all of you, wondering when I would be able to stand up because I couldn’t stand sitting still for more than ten seconds and I’m sure that it’s the same with some of you, so with that in mind I hopefully won’t keep you here long. I left Inverloch Primary back in 2010, A few of you might remember me and I think that you grade sixes would have been in grade Two! Seems like a long time now!
Some of my best memories have come from this amazing school such as some of our school yard footy matches when my mates and I would try and take speckys on each other even when the ball was clearly five meters away, and sport’s heated Dodge ball matches. I also fondly remember having such an awesome time with my buddy, Ryan Bradley in grade 5. All of you should be very grateful as I was to have amazing teachers like the one here at Inverloch. Some of my teachers included Mrs Page who had to put up with me for two years with my constant question asking in grade 3 and 4, Mr McCartney who would always take us outside for games and set up football times table matches in grade 5, and Mr Foster who was always entertaining and very scary I might add in grade 6. I also won’t forget Mr Boyd and his sports classes and I haven’t had as good a sports class like his ever since, And Miss Penrose who was constantly organising everything and making sure everything ran smoothly within the school.
For those of you who know me, when I won the lion’s public speaking competition back in grade 6, it really came as no surprise as everyone knew that I loved the sound of my own voice. One of the activities that I started back in grade one was swimming. It was something that I really loved and Inverloch and its teachers were always really supportive of my swimming and when it became pretty serious for me the school was...
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