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  • Upcoming events

    Tuesday

    02

    July

    Multicultural Day

    Date

    02 July

    Time

    10:30 AM-3:00 PM

    Location
    On Campus

    Please dress up in cultural style and have fun celebrating harmony and diversity. · Session 1 8:00-9:40am - as normal · Recess 9:40-10:10am - as normal · Connect 10:10-10:20am - as normal · Activities 10:20 - 12:20pm (10:20-11:20 Year 11 in the hall and Year 12 on activities 11:20-12:20 Year 11 on activities and Year 12 in the hall. You have signed up for these activities online already. Location and groups will be posted on the day and rolls are marked to ensure good attendance is credited. · Lunch - 12:20-1:20pm (Buy tokens at front office now $3 or $5 - no cash or card at stalls in between C & D block) · Performances - 1:20-3pm Hall We would love for you to dress up and reflect the diversity of cultures from our school and around the world. Here are some versatile clothing items that are commonly found in many people's wardrobes and can be styled to represent different cultures: 1. Scarves: Scarves come in various colors, patterns, and fabrics and are used in many cultures as a versatile accessory. You can wear a scarf in different styles to represent various cultural influences. 2. Maxi skirts or dresses: Long skirts or dresses are a common clothing item that can be found in many wardrobes. They can be styled in a way that reflects different cultural aesthetics. 3. Tunics: Tunics are versatile garments that can be paired with different bottoms to create various looks inspired by different cultures. 4. Embroidered or patterned tops: Tops with intricate embroidery or unique patterns can be a great way to showcase cultural influences in your outfit. 5. Kimono or robe-style jackets: Kimonos or robe-style jackets are inspired by traditional Japanese clothing and can add a touch of elegance and cultural flair to your outfit. 6. Harem pants: Harem pants are loose-fitting trousers that are inspired by styles from various cultures such as Middle Eastern, South Asian, and North African. They can be a fun and comfortable choice for Multicultural Day. 7. Traditional jewelry: Incorporating traditional jewelry pieces from different cultures can also be a great way to add a multicultural touch to your outfit. 8. Cultural accessories: Accessories such as turbans, headscarves, beaded necklaces, or statement earrings can be used to represent different cultural influences. 9. Hats: fedoras, caps, berets, basotho hats, straw hats, headbands, kufi hats, beanies, skullcaps, somberos 10. Badges, Pins and Flags: to add a touch of culture wear badges and pins or flag patterns and colours from around the world. Remember, the key to celebrating multiculturalism through fashion is to do so respectfully and with an understanding of the cultural significance of the clothing items you choose to wear. Don’t’ forget to purchase your $3 or $5 tokens to have a taste of cultural foods cooked by staff and students at lunch time. On sale now at the front office.

    Monday

    08

    July

    July Holiday HSC Workshops

    Date

    08-19 July

    Time

    All day

    Location
    On Campus - See Timetable

    View the 2024 study timetable for Year 12 HSC tutorials during the July school holidays.

    Thursday

    25

    July

    HSC Trial Exams

    Date

    25 July-09 August

    Time

    All day

    Location
    Hall, PWS or E Block

    Year 12 students should check and highlight all their exam times and record them in a calendar. Students will receive a task notification for the examination from class teachers. This may include more detailed information about the examination, its structure and supplied/required equipment (e.g. calculators, geometry equipment, pencils etc). Full regular school uniform is to be worn for all exams. Students are required to remain in the exam room for the entire duration of the examination. Early departures are not allowed - no exceptions.