I would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which I live, and pay my respects to Elders past, present, and emerging. Ginagay njawyn, ngaya yaam Adelaide. Ngaya yaam Gumbaiyngirr Worimi nyami. Ngaya ngayinggi Wonnarua, Maitland. Ginagay njawyn, hey you mob, my name’s Adelaide. I’m a Gumbaiynggirr and Worimi woman living on [...]
Here is just a sample of the beautiful craft design projects completed by our year 10 students.
Term 4 2020 only had 9 weeks, yet somehow 11 camps were organised and successfully completed. Our team of teachers and outdoor education staff have gone above and beyond to achieve this logistical feat. Well done team! [...]
2020 was a year marked by massive changes in many aspects of our lives. All three of our year 12 students had to change the direction of their major projects as their original plans could not be achieved amidst COVID-19 restrictions. Despite this, all three rose to the challenge [...]
Spring is here and our preschool children have enjoyed a day of picnic and flower crown creation.
After a few challenging months with lockdown, School-at-Home and cancelled camps the joy that spread throughout the school as we all came together to play was infectious. A great time was had by all.
Funding extended for the Phase 2 NSW Literacy and Numeracy Action Plan Phase 2 Action Plan is a cross sectoral initiative designed to improve student outcomes through enhancing capacity of school leaders and their staff. The key elements underpinning the Phase 2 Action Plan in Kindergarten to Year 2 literacy and numeracy include: instructional [...]
As the longest night draws near, today we found the warmth within; every student and class teacher walked the spiral with reverence with Bessie playing on guitar.
Introducing Emily! Many of our classes enjoyed engaging with Emily this term and last; she is looking forward to continuing engage with the children next term too, in whatever form these current circumstances call for.Emily Punu is a Biripi woman currently living on Wonnarua Country. The School is fortunate to have Emily teaching [...]