Engadine High's credentials for social justice were officially represented by future diplomats, Hayden Sloggett, Josh Warren and Callum Tsambalas, who recently won the 'Model United Nations General Assembly' for the Eastern District.
"Look up, and swear by the green of the spring that you'll never forget”. These heartfelt, haunting words were composed by Sigfried Sassoon in a poem that he penned upon his return from the horrors of the battlefields of the Western Front in 1919.
The Engadine High School ‘Human Rights Committee’ was founded in 2015 and includes a variety of students from Years 10, 11 and 12. As a student body, we aim to raise awareness, and promote (and enact) actions against various human rights issues.
The Australian premiere of the brand new musical, ‘Changing Minds’ came to life in front of an enthralled audience over the last few days at Engadine High.
Engadine High School proudly presents the Australasian premiere of the brand new musical:
Our Big Kitchen is a community run kitchen in Bondi where people come together to help prepare food for others that may be disadvantaged or experiencing crisis in their lives.
On a stunning summer day, Engadine High students turned out in their hundreds for the annual swimming carnival.
This honour has been awarded to Evan Pignatelli.
Engadine High School - not silent, not violent.
Congratulations to Ms De France, Mr Cox, and Mrs Newman!