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Sports - Javelin Throw competition at the NVHS 2016 Athletics Carnival
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Yesterday our Mindmatters sessions took place across the school. In Year 7 and 8 the focus was on preventing bullying and cybersafety. Peter Hughes, the Police Liaison Officer, spoke to both year groups about these topics and our Year 12 student leaders also gave their advice and perspectives. Silas from Headspace spoke to Year 9 about how compassion and empathy promotes good mental health and the Year 9 wrote 'warm fuzzies' (positive compliments) about each of their classmates. Year 10 and 11 also had a talk from the Police Liaison Officer about Alcohol and Drugs and how to stay safe at parties and Year 11 were also spoken to by members of Alcoholics Anonymous. In addition to these talks and activities, the RYSS bus mobile youth centre made a reappearance. It was a really worthwhile and informative day for students and hopefully gave many students good advice and strategies to look after themselves and support their friends. ... See MoreSee Less

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Due to an upgrade to our phone system, the phones will be down for approximately 15 minutes at 1pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 12 English students attended the HSC English Modules Day at the University of Sydney. It was an informative and useful day. ... See MoreSee Less

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