PBL

The introduction of PBL to students and parents has been very positive!

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Thanks to all parents who have provided feedback around what they consider important, concerning the wellbeing of their children, at the Year 7 Introductory BBQ and Social,  at the BBQ for Indigenous families and through the P&C.  In addition, the new Friday morning lessons for students, based around effective learning and positive behaviours, is being well received by students in tutor groups. Students from Years 7-12 have been placed in each roll call group according to their House colours and this is encouraging connections between students in all Stages at school.

Coonabarabran High School is becoming a ‘PBL school’.  PBL stands for Positive Behaviour for Learning and is a gradual process whereby expectations created and developed as a result of student, parent/carer and staff consultation will become the foundation for successful learning for all through explicit instruction.

Our CHS Purpose Statement is:

To be a vibrant community of learners where every member is valued and every lesson counts.

2019 SRC Representatives

2019 Representatives are:-

Year 7 – Kira Holmesby, Cameron Whittall, Darcy Strong, Josie Strong

Year 8 – Laura Williams, Alex Letts, Declan Eshman, Fred Kearney

Year 9 – Caleb Smith, Alisha Rankin, Amelia Hadfield, Vance McDonald

Year 10 – Jace Weatherall, Finlay McElhinney, Ally Richards, Byron Ritchie

Year 11 – Bethany Freeman, Harry Williams, Anna Goard, Sophie Hincks, CobeySmith, Hannah Meier

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