National Reconciliation Week
To recognise National Reconciliation Week, CHS encouraged Year 7 and 8 students to participate in a creative activity over the course of the week at home. Students were encouraged to create a poster, artwork, song, poem, short story, article, video OR diary entry representing the importance of recognising National Reconciliation Week and National Sorry Day in their school community each year. All submissions were awarded with a blue merit and the best submissions have been placed around the school to encourage conversation, educate and learn from our student voice. The overall purpose of this activity was to help raise awareness of NRW and Aboriginal history and culture around the school community.
Congratulations to Nadia Yassine, Duke Garnsey, Rose Richardson, Charlotte Ball and Tomislav Mandic of Year 7 for their exceptional submissions. These students have demonstrated exceptional empathy, critical thinking and understanding through this task and we are very proud of their efforts. They will be awarded with a Learning Passport Certificate. Well done!