NEW art installations in the Kosciuszko National Park (KNP) are raising awareness for the Guthega skink as hikers walk along the Illawong Track.
Carved into granite boulders, a common feature of the Guthega skink’s habitat, these creative depictions are a reminder of the unique and vulnerable native animals hiding along the tracks, a spokesperson for National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) said.
By Cooma North Public School
In an exciting and educational adventure, Stage 3 students from Cooma North Public School recently embarked on a field trip to Snowy Hydro to celebrate the company’s 74th anniversary. This remarkable day was filled with engaging activities, providing the students with a unique opportunity to learn and have fun simultaneously.
The day began with the students donning professional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), immersing themselves in the world of the workforce. This experience not only allowed them to understand the importance of safety in industrial environments but also gave them a glimpse into the daily lives of the dedicated professionals at Snowy Hydro.
THERE will be an open garden day on Sunday November 12 from 2pm, and one and all are encouraged to attend and experience some of the region’s most lovely gardens.
The year 2024 brings up 15 years since the first gardens day for St Paul’s Parish in Cooma was held, and it is fitting the last day being organised by Nella Bacon will be at the Bacons’ place, 7 Babin Place, Cooma North.
By Delegate Public School
Our five representatives at the South Coast PSSA Athletics Championship achieved a great deal of success on the day.
Our combined Small School Relay Team of Lily, Amelia, Lola, and Georgina finished third and thus qualified for the NSW PSSA State All School’s Athletics Championship at Sydney Olympic Park in October. Lily blew the opposition away in her heat of the 9 Year’s Girls 100m and then backed up to finish 9th overall in the final.
Fred just missed a placing in his two events; however, it is worth noting that in the Senior Boys MC Shot Put, Fred threw a personal best, improving on his previous best by over 1.5m.
This team of three Year 5 students and one Year four student competed against all other teams made up of Year 6 students. To qualify for state given these challenges is another outstanding result for our school.
Su King has been recognised for her long and outstanding service to the Delegate P&C when she received a Public School Parent of the Year at an Award Ceremony, hosted by the Public School Education Foundation in Sydney on September 5.
Choosing a school is a big decision and can be a complex and anxious time for parents who are keen to ensure that starting school is a positive experience for their child.
The Snowy Mountains is fortunate to have a range of options, the most recent addition being The Alpine School, a non-denominational school that delivers the NSW Curriculum with a Steiner-inspired approach.
So, what’s different about this approach and what does it look like in practice?
As the curtains draw to a close on a busy term, students from Jindabyne High School gathered for an emotional and heart-warming Year 12 Awards Day to bid farewell to the incredible seniors.
Students and staff celebrated the achievements of the Year 12 students in various categories - from academic excellence and sporting prowess to creative talents and outstanding citizenship.