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Donations of toiletries wanted

Woy Woy South Public School is seeking donations of toiletries for care packages for homeless people. The school is currently creating the packages and are hoping that community members may have some spare travel size…

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Woy Woy students to present Wolf’s Tale

Woy Woy Public School students will act, sing and dance when they present “A Wolf’s Tale” at the Woy Woy campus of Brisbane Water Secondary College on November 18 and 20. The production weaves together…


Two students among top three writers

Two Brisbane Water Secondary College students were among the top three of the Central Coast High Schools Writing Competition. “Results are in on the Central Coast High Schools Writing Competition,” said Woy Woy campus Principal…


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Olympian meets with sports students

Olympian Samantha Wells met with Physical Activity and Sports Studies students at Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus on October 22. The visit was coordinated to inspire students and to highlight Ms Wells’ own journey…


Student leaders deliver care packs

Umina Beach Public School student leaders visited the Children’s Ward at Gosford Hospital on October 17 to deliver care packages to patients. Throughout last term, the leaders with assistance from staff, coordinated the Care Package…


Aboriginal smoking ceremony to open bush garden

Woy Woy Public School’s new bush tucker garden was opened with an aboriginal smoking ceremony on Wednesday, September 25. Aboriginal elder Uncle Tim Selwyn conducted the ceremony with Aunties from the Mingaletta corporation in Umina…



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Six students attend camp

Six students from Woy Woy Public School have attended a camp for Gifted and Talented Students at Point Wolstoncraft Sport and Recreation Centre at Gwandalan, between September 24 and 27. Drama students Cameron Lewis, Gemma…


College students take barista course at Umina cafe

Eleven students from Brisbane Waters Secondary College Umina campus have completed a professional barista course at a Umina cafe. An initiative of Jasmine Greens Park Kiosk proprietor Ms Gabby Greyem, the course was funded by…


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Packages for children in Gosford Hospital

Umina Beach Public School student leaders are making care packages for children and teenagers in Gosford Hospital. The project is a part of the Brisbane Water Learning Community School Leadership Project. Student leaders accepted donations…