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Y7-12: Students ReturnY7-12: Students Return
February 3, 2020Y7-12
Term 1 2020 - Students Return
Meeting points for each year group will be posted on Facebook the day prior (Sunday 2nd Feb 2020)
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2:30 pm: Police Training2:30 pm: Police Training
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Year 12: BallYear 12: Ball
February 21, 2020Year 12
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7 days ago
2020 STUDENT LEADERS!
Congratulations to our long awaited 2020 Student Leaders.
Due to COVID restrictions, the announcement process has had to be slightly altered as we have been unable to have our whole school Assembly.
We look forward to working with these students throughout 2020, who we know will be wonderful ambassadors for us at HHC.
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1 week ago
IN THIS TOGETHER
Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June)
Halls Head College students recognised both Reconciliation Week and National Day of Healing by holding a special morning tea to honour our local Elder, Koodah.
Koodah's role at HHC as our Cultural Advisor prioritises the wellbeing of each and every student. Koodah is passionate in his message to have karla (fire) burning in our hearts and is often found in the Cultural Centre or in the Munda Boodja Block taking a quiet moment to listen or have a yarn with students, who gravitate toward his wise soul for advice.
Koodah's personal Stolen Generation experience was the catalyst behind honouring him today and he explained emotionally that it was great to see the coming together of cross-cultures to share in these experiences.
Our Follow The Dream, Art and Advocacy class students chose to decorate the Performing Arts Centre in purple native hibiscus flowers. Purple denotes compassion and spiritual healing and hibiscus because it is found widely across Australia and it is a survivor. Our Big Picture Academy students catered for the morning tea using native recipes for lemon mertyl cupcakes, damper and quandong jam.
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