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Title

Newsletter

Other title

Nhulunbuy High School

Collection

Nhulunbuy High School newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2013-02-22

Description

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Language

English

Subject

Nhulunbuy High School -- Periodicals; Education, Secondary -- Northern Territory -- Nhulunbuy -- Periodicals; High schools -- Northern Territory -- Nhulunbuy -- Periodicals; Nhulunbuy (N.T.) -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Nhulunbuy High School

Place of publication

Nhulunbuy

Volume

issue 2

Copyright owner

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/243755

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/601070

Page content

Year 7 girls get to grips with Tech! The subject aims at providing a foundation into the technology programs offered through the middle and senior schools. Here the girls are learning the basic componentry of the four stroke engine by stripping down a motor. The aim is then to measure and draw some of the principal components in the drafting office added teacher Mr Griffin. It is then that the whole subject becomes more tangible and forges links between the design and production phases. This new program has been underway at Nhulunbuy High School since semester two, 2012. It is hoped that these budding learners could well be the engineers and designers of tomorrow! Year seven students Ellie, Layla and Tiana enjoy some hands-on activity as part of the Tech Graphics elective. Nhulunbuy High School celebrates arrival of new educational equipment As students and teachers settle back into the 2013 school year, we have been celebrating the arrival of an array of new learning supplies thanks to the support of the local and school community along with the Woolworths Earn & Learn 2012 program. We would like to thank everyone who collected their stickers and a special thanks to the fabulous students in the Annex for counting and sticking all those stickers. THANKS WOOLIES YOU ARE WONDERFUL.


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