Congratulations to the Class of 2018 on their great HSC results!

This year 29 students attempted 157 examinations and earned 24 listings on the Distinguished Achievers List for achieving a Band 6 or equivalent in their course (90% or above). Our girls attained 99 Band 5 performances across all courses, achieving 80% or above.
Tangara ranked 92 of all schools in NSW. Thank you to all the teachers, tutors and parents for their teamwork in supporting the girls.




Our youngest students in Reception wrapped up the year on Wednesday with a very special concert for family and friends. The children's joy and energy was infectious as the gave their all to their performance. It was a concert that will be remembered always!



Congratulations to Wanru Deng in Year 10 on her winning entry, to our school Christmas Card Competition! She used drawing and watercolour to create her beautiful work of art.



Last Friday was very exciting for the Year 6 students as they attended their Year 6 Graduation. The evening began with a beautiful mass followed by a gathering in the undercroft. Many Year 6 parents had helped to decorate the Undercroft with flowers, balloons, drinks, canapés and the infamous lolly bar! It was a glorious sight which honoured the end of the girls’ time in Primary School.
Year 6 entertained the parents with the Dr Seuss poem which had been set to music: “Oh The places We’ll Go”. The poem talks about great achievements and where the girls might be heading now as they enter High School. Mrs Chigwidden's speech also reflected on the words of Dr Seuss and gave the girls some thoughts to take with them.
The Year 6 were then presented with a graduation T-shirt. Wrapped inside was a heartfelt message from an anonymous classmate. These messages meant so much to the girls. The slideshow at the end of the evening was great fun for the girls to look back at younger photos of themselves!
All the girls would like to thank the Year 6 parents for their time and efforts with organising the Graduation and all the staff at Tangara who have taught and supported them through their Primary years.
We wish the Class of 2024 all the best in High School, "we know they’ll go far"!
Mrs Falvey and Mrs Shackle
Year 6 Teachers.



On 3rd December 2018, Year 9 and Year 10 students took part in a STEM session run by Robogals UNSW. Robogals is a student-run organisation that aims to increase female participation in engineering, science and technology through fun and educational activities aimed at girls in secondary school.

Today the girls were building and programming sumo robots with the aim of challenging each other in a ring. The last robot in the ring won the challenge! Thank you Robogals for such an engaging STEM session!