Today marked the beginning of our official 50th Anniversary of Engadine High School with a carnival celebration for our current students. There certainly was a sense of nostalgia, an enormous sense of fun and some genuine terror as our students, and yes, some of our staff, aimed for maximum value by not being off any ride for the time it took to line up!
On Tuesday, 14th August, sixteen Year 10 students had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Schools Refugee Forum run by Bayside, Georges River and Sutherland Shire Council, Shopfront Arts Co-op, Gymea Community Aid, Advance Diversity Services, Settlement Services International and Jesuit Refugee Services.
On the Thursday, the 8th of August, students of different ages were lucky enough to attend an Aboriginal Cultural Information Workshop run by Aunty Deanna. Aunty Deanna shared lots of really interesting information with us including showcasing many traditional Aboriginal weapons and instruments.