Led by our Student Representative Council, our school participated in the National Day of Action against bullying on Friday 16 March.
On 8 March, our School Captain, Jesse Dumble, led the school on assembly, ably supported by numerous young women, to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Jesse spoke of the significance of the day and of the need for all people to value and respect the women in their lives; Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunties, Sisters, Teachers, Friends. It was a positive start to the day and a great message from Jesse!
The school community wore purple on Friday 25 August to celebrate the diversity that makes Coonabarabran High School a place we all belong to and to demonstrate our commitment to a school culture which is premised on the core value of RESPECT. The SRC held a great game of Purple Rover during lunch and Mrs Mandy Sulter kindly added a touch of glamour to the day with her Purple Photo Booth.
( some text courtesy of http://wearitpurple.org)
Wear it Purple Photo Booth photos
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There was not a cloud in the sky when our Ag and Primary Industry students from Year 9 to Year 12 were joined by our Year 8 students and students from Binnaway, Baradine and Gulargambone.
Small groups and a hands-on experience have always been the aim of this day. The presenters are always outstanding and passionate in their attitude to agriculture and the careers it offers. This contributes to a greater appreciation of each student’s place in agricultural industries.