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On 28 and 29 June Anglicare NT Youth Services are hosting the Second Mini Youth Forum at the Gove Surf Club. There is going to be loads of fun workshops and activities to do, like hip hop dance workshops, traditional basket weaving, song writing, Love Bites workshops, St John Basic First Aid workshops, traditional spear making workshops and much more. There will also be a disco and movie night. So if you are between the ages of 12 and 18, come to the Anglicare office and get your registration form or ring 8987 3022 for more information. Anglicare NT is proud to present FREE Circus and Drama Workshops for young people aged 10 to 17 years, on 18 - 21 July. These workshops will include morning sessions of circus activities including tumbling, juggling, plate balancing, hoops and ribbons and much, much more. Lunch will be provided. You can attend the morning sessions or the afternoon sessions whichever one you like, or you can attend both. So if you are looking for something fun and new to do during the school holidays, register your interest! Call 8987 3022 for more information. School Holiday Happenings Because Student Voice is such a vital contributor to the running of a school such as ours, we have initiated a new annual event. The STUDENT VOICE FORUM will be held on Friday 24 June at The Cell and incorporate a casual lunch and structured discussion with all of our Year 12s and a number of other students in Years 10 and 11. The aim is to establish a clear and genuine sense of the impressions of Nhulunbuy High School held by this group of students and to work with these impressions towards a program of on-going improvement. All aspects of school life, and the whole range of opinions will be considered as to further develop our Strategic Plan. Wendy Troe Teacher School Voice Forum Semester 1 reports will be posted out Monday 27 June 2011

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