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Episode 3

Tea, Test Tips and Ed Larkin's Triceps

 
In this episode:

In our third episode, we chat about how to end the academic year on a high note, particularly with tests and final assignments coming up. To cover this topic, we're joined by Mrs Nicola McLennan (St Peter's Campus Teaching & Learning Coordinator), Mr Ed Larkin (Padua Campus teacher), and Year 12 students Alex Del Bianco and Ruby Glynn.

Our quick chat is with Year 12 student Josh Haynes, who talks to us about motorsport and being named the ACT Australian School-Based Apprentice of the Year.

Our performance guest is Year 10 student Will Edwards, who delivers one of his original songs, titled ‘Feel so young’, live in studio. We also have a game of ‘Guess the Tea’ while the 'Ask Me Anything' segment looks at the size of Mr Larkin's impressive arms.

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This episode's guests:

Harry Hattch
Harry Hattch
Host
Alex Del Bianco
Alex Del Bianco
Year 12
Ruby Glynn
Ruby Glynn
Year 12
Ed Larkin
Ed Larkin
Teacher
Nicola McLennan
Nicola McLennan
Teaching & Learning
Josh Haynes
Josh Haynes
Year 12
VJ Kamilo
VJ Kamilo
Year 12
Will Edwards
Will Edwards
Year 10

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