You are invited to an exhibition of the 2016 Art, Design and Technology and Industrial Technology Wood major projects.
This is an excellent opportunity to see first-hand the creative skills of Coonabarabran High School students. Additionally, this event will allow the students to share their success following the culmination of many, many hours of hard work.
Where: Coonabarabran High School hall
When: Thursday, 1st September Time: 5-6:30pm
Light refreshments will also be served.
With the wet weather forecasts in mind, the Ag Skills Day was postponed from the 23rd June to 4th August for the first time. While this change did not suit some of our presenters, the majority were happy to reschedule. However, as luck would have it, some presenters had ailments and flooding creeks to hamper their efforts to make it to the day, bringing our workshop numbers from twenty five down to twenty one. At least the weather on the day was beautiful and we ended up with muddy feet, not completely drenched as we had been in the days leading up to this event.
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Even our new 2017 prefects got into the purple act.
It’s Wear it Purple Day! The aim of this nationally recognised day is for students to know that they have a right to be proud of who they are no matter their race, gender or sexual identity. The SRC wish to support the fostering of an inclusive school community where all students are respected and where diversity is regarded as a strength.
See a gallery of students below.
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What a week, even if they wanted to Year 10 would not have been able to fit anything else into this jam-packed excursion. We experienced four days of fun filled adventures, amazing activities and a bit of vocational advice.
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On Friday 26 August our school community, led by the SRC, will celebrate “Wear it Purple Day”. The aim of this nationally recognised day is for students to know that they have a right to be proud of who they are no matter their race, gender or sexual identity. The SRC wish to support the fostering of an inclusive school community where all students are respected and where diversity is regarded as a strength.
Accordingly, students are invited to wear purple. The canteen will be providing some delicious purple food and the SRC will lead some activities and games during lunch. If everyone joins in the spirit, it should prove to be a great day!
On Wednesday 17th August some of the Year 8 students cooked Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice).
The Students worked in groups to fry their chicken, vegetables and rice. After everything was washed and cleaned we headed outside to eat our rice Indonesian style, with our fingers.
Thanks to Mrs Adams for allowing us to use the kitchens.