Mariah St Baker of Year 8 is Our Tennis Superstar!
21 Sep 2022
She has been extremely busy over the past 6 months. In June, Mariah travelled to Europe to play on clay in Amsterdam, Spain and Prague....
School camps are invaluable opportunities for students to boost their confidence and cooperation skills, reinforce and create new social connections, and increase their sense of belonging to school. These factors have been found to positively influence achievement outcomes and post-school pathways for students.
Optus Digital Thumbprint are curriculum-aligned workshops that teach young people to participate safely online, with the tools they need for positive, responsible and authentic experiences. During the workshop, students explore the positive uses of technology on our wellbeing and take steps to improve our digital wellbeing through streamlining what our devices can do for us. Key learnings: - Understand how technology use impacts physical and emotional wellbeing. - Use technology to stay focused, healthy and efficient in our work and study.
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