Education Week 2016 celebrated in Myall Coast Schools

SNOWBOARD: BCS Year 11 students Kaitlyn Smart, Megan Markham, Kaitlyn Osborne, Marley Mezi and Madisson Morante from Tea Gardens with Rachel Rae from Wootton in Jindabyne.
SNOWBOARD: BCS Year 11 students Kaitlyn Smart, Megan Markham, Kaitlyn Osborne, Marley Mezi and Madisson Morante from Tea Gardens with Rachel Rae from Wootton in Jindabyne.

EDUCATION Week was celebrated last week in Myall Coast Schools with a mass of activities showcasing the variety of opportunities available to local students.

The packed programs around the region included a range of sporting, cultural and academic highlights reflecting the achievements of students and the efforts of many dedicated staff.

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These included snow trips to Jindabyne, an excursion to Canberra, public speaking competitions, performances, displays, Grandparents Day and special assemblies.

Open Days once again proved popular and gave students the chance to share their learning experiences with their family members.

JINDABYNE: BCS Year 11 students Shae Finch, Boadi Luxon and Tamara Gooch enjoy the snow.
JINDABYNE: BCS Year 11 students Shae Finch, Boadi Luxon and Tamara Gooch enjoy the snow.
OPEN DAY: BCS Hospitality students shared their catering skills during Grandparents Day.
OPEN DAY: BCS Hospitality students shared their catering skills during Grandparents Day.
PLAY: Tristan Crittenden, Jai Thompson, Zackery Moran and Toby Barry on the new playground equipment unveiled during BCS Open Day Celebrations.
PLAY: Tristan Crittenden, Jai Thompson, Zackery Moran and Toby Barry on the new playground equipment unveiled during BCS Open Day Celebrations.
GRANDPARENTS DAY: Cole Buchanan with his Grandparents Gwen and Peter Mostyn.
GRANDPARENTS DAY: Cole Buchanan with his Grandparents Gwen and Peter Mostyn.
OLYMPICS: BCS badminton tournament between Jordyn Watt and Emma McLoughlin and visiting students Mikayla and Zinc from China.
OLYMPICS: BCS badminton tournament between Jordyn Watt and Emma McLoughlin and visiting students Mikayla and Zinc from China.
GRANDPARENTS DAY: Christine Pollard with her Granddaughter Charlie Garemyn at BCS.
GRANDPARENTS DAY: Christine Pollard with her Granddaughter Charlie Garemyn at BCS.
PUBLIC SPEAKING: BCS Stage One competition winners Henry O’Connell, Charlie Matheson and Grace McRae.
PUBLIC SPEAKING: BCS Stage One competition winners Henry O’Connell, Charlie Matheson and Grace McRae.
DISCUSS: Mr Walter Prowse with Alison and Maddison Boyd at BCS Parent Teacher Night.
DISCUSS: Mr Walter Prowse with Alison and Maddison Boyd at BCS Parent Teacher Night.
HOSPITALITY: BCS Year 11 student Allyn Buck. (left) CANBERRA: Toby, Georgia, Jermaine, Braiven and Isaac shoot hoops at the Australian Institute of Sport.(right)
HOSPITALITY: BCS Year 11 student Allyn Buck. (left) CANBERRA: Toby, Georgia, Jermaine, Braiven and Isaac shoot hoops at the Australian Institute of Sport.(right)
SNOW: Tea Gardens Stage 3 students in Jindabyne.
SNOW: Tea Gardens Stage 3 students in Jindabyne.
CANBERRA: Tea Gardens students Tony, Grace and Tyleah read the names of those fallen on the WW1 Wall of Remembrance(left) PARLIAMENT HOUSE: Roxy McLeice and Lilliarna Baillie enter Parliament during a mock session.(right)
CANBERRA: Tea Gardens students Tony, Grace and Tyleah read the names of those fallen on the WW1 Wall of Remembrance(left) PARLIAMENT HOUSE: Roxy McLeice and Lilliarna Baillie enter Parliament during a mock session.(right)
MUSIC: Tea Gardens student Sam Alchin plays the trumpet.
MUSIC: Tea Gardens student Sam Alchin plays the trumpet.
TRUMPET: Tea Gardens Primary School student Lewis Smith.
TRUMPET: Tea Gardens Primary School student Lewis Smith.
MUSIC: TGPS student plays the French horn.
MUSIC: TGPS student plays the French horn.
PERFORMANCE: Sydney Conservatorium of Music students perform at TGPS.
PERFORMANCE: Sydney Conservatorium of Music students perform at TGPS.

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