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Farm welcomes twin lambs

Brisbane Water Secondary College’s farm has welcomed new twin lambs in late May. The twins are being handled by Year 7 agriculture students who have been enjoying bottle feeding the pair. Newly appointed campus principal…

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Kindergarten students shown college farm

Agriculture students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus have welcomed kindergarten students from the Coast Christian School for a tour of the College farm. Newly-appointed campus principal Ms Kerrie O’Heir said the students were…


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Knocked out of knockout competition

Umina Beach Public School’s Girls and Boys Basketball teams have been knocked out of the PSSA Basketball Knockout Competition. “Both teams went to Gosford City Sports Stadium in Terrigal to play in Rounds 1 to…


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Crossing supervisor leaves after 18 years

Umina Beach Public School has farewelled its long-time crossing supervisor Ms Sue Hickey. Ms Hickey has been supervising the school crossing on Hobart Ave for the past 18 years but donned her vest for the…


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Former student designs indigenous rugby jersey

Former Brisbane Water Secondary College student Mr Dylan Barnes has had his design featured on the NSW Waratahs inaugural indigenous rugby jersey. Mr Barnes, from Empire Bay, is a self-taught Wiradjuri artist. His design was…


Comedy club to perform at eisteddfod

Umina Beach Public School’s Comedy Club will perform at the Central Coast Eisteddfod during the July school holidays. “Over the weekend of July 13 and 14, a group of students from the Comedy Club will…


Peninsula students attend dance festival

Students from Umina Beach Public School performed in the 30th annual Central Coast Dance Festival. The festival ran from June 24 through to July 4 and saw hundreds of dancers from public schools across the…


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Hall work

Work on Umina Beach Public School’s hall were progressing well, according to principal Ms Lyn Davis. “Keep an eye on our hall over the holidays so you can see the progress. “Let’s hope for more…


Fairy bread in maths lesson

Fairy bread was part of a maths lesson for Kindergarten students in class K2 at Ettalong Public School on June 13. Principal Ms Lynn Balfour said the lesson aimed to teach students about halves and…