The theme for Reconciliation week this year is Be A Voice for Generations. Change begins with our own actions, in what we do every day. In education, we are privileged to work with many inspiring young people in our school who will be agents of change in the future. As educators we have a significant role to play in building individual and collecti
My thanks to the students and staff who participated in a highly successful school Athletics Carnival on 3 May and College Athletics Carnival on 17 May. Whilst results from the College carnival are still being tabulated, I would like to say we are very proud of the efforts of all our talented athletes.
As we commence Term 2, I would like to extend a warm welcome to a new permanent member of staff, Ms Terrina Peters who joins us from Chifley College at Mt Druitt. We are also losing a valued permanent member of staff Mr Dominic Tintner from the PE faculty. Mr Tintner has obtained another position at a school closer to home. We congratulate him on h
As this is the final Highlights for the Term, I would like to wish all students and families a happy Easter and safe holiday break. This has been a busy term for staff and students, and I hope the holidays provide a welcome opportunity to enjoy a restful break from school routines. The last day of term is Thursday April 6 and Term 2 commences for a
On Wednesday 8 March we recognised International Women’s Day. With the theme, #Embrace Equity, we were fortunate to have inspiring speakers at our school assemblies over the last two weeks. We thank Grace Currie from Sydney University and Katie McDermott from Service NSW.
The National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is an annual assessment for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. NAPLAN is made up of tests in the 4 areas (or ‘domains’) of: · reading · writing · conventions of language (spelling, grammar and punctuation) · numeracy.
We would like to acknowledge that we meet on the homelands of the Gadigal people who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging of the Eora Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people here.
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