Throughout Term 1, students in the D7 Support Class have participated in Community Access. Once a fortnight, students with their grocery list, have walked to Woolworths to purchase items for cooking. Students are involved in creating the grocery list, selecting items to be purchased, and assisting with placing items through the register. As a class we prepare our ingredients, cook our meal and sit down at the dinner table to enjoy our feast together. Students have cooked a beef stir fry, decorated biscuits, prepared a mezze plate and baked several cakes. This has been a valuable learning experience for students, learning necessary life skills which can be transferred to the home environment.
Each year the Coonabarabran High School P&C runs the main canteen building at the North West Equestrian Expo. They always rely on volunteers to keep things running, whether to man the counter, help prepare food, run the barbecue or bring food that can be sold.
Since it’s coming up again from June 1-5 it’s time to open up a call for volunteers again.
If you can spare some time to volunteer please click on the link below and add your name to the roster at a suitable time.
Click here to add your name to the Expo roster for 2018
On Tuesday 15th May, twenty five Year 10 boys took part in activities promoting a sense of teamwork and communication. The boys worked in small groups to solve problems, strategize and collaborate.
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Year 10 Girls – Project EmpowerProject Empower is a national ‘workshop roadtrip’ that empowers teenage girls in rural and remote Australia to achieve their leadership potential. From May to August 2018, they are driving to towns in every state and territory, to educate about diversity, build self-esteem and encourage young women to embrace their leadership strengths. Coonabarabran High was most fortunate to be selected for a visit on 15 May. The feedback from the team about our Year 10 girls was super positive and the girls enjoyed ‘dreaming big’ and planning how to make those dreams a reality!
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