The bond the Coupland family has to TAS was the subject of an article by Own Thomson in the Sydney Morning Herald, 1-2 March 2014. Read what Hamish and Pat Coupland have to say about TAS.
Leadership is more than just an honours badge or a reward; for 53 young men from The Armidale School last weekend, it also involved problem solving, public speaking navigation, communication and learning how to take responsibility for others. Held at New England University Company Depot (Army Reserve) and in the field at Jeogla Station east of Armidale over five days, the course was run by the TAS Cadet Unit for boys who volunteered to gain important leadership skills. Click here to read full press release Cadet Leadership 2014
The second annual Mother and Son Weekend, this year held at the Nymboida Canoe Centre, was a great success and a special time for all concerned. Read about it in this article published in the Armidale Independent
Jay Kennedy capped off 10 years as age champion at his last swimming carnival at The Armidale School today, breaking four school records in the process. The carnival, at the TASS Swim Centre was a mass participation event with hundreds of families in attendance. A press release and two photographs are attached. Click here.
The Armidale School’s Firsts cricket team have made it through to the semi-finals of the prestigious Douglas Shield inter-schools competition, having defeated Calrossy Anglican School at TAS yesterday (11 February). Calrossy put plenty of runs on the ground before they were all out for 252, before TAS in reply made 4/258, with Rory Spiers making 90 and Jack Bennett 84 not out and five wickets in hand. To read the full press release click Douglas Shield