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Students in 7A and the Annexe held a Morning Tea on Monday 30 May in support of the Cancer Council of Australia. Prior to the day, the students cooked up a storm, making scones and muffins. Topped with beautiful home made jam and cream, those who came were delighted by the gourmet treat. All up, $212.70 was raised. Rock & Water Program This is a unique program developed for boys which focuses on the building blocks of self-control, selfreflection and self-confidence. Building onto this foundation, it is possible to pay attention to the themes of safety, assertiveness, communication and finding their own way that connects them to others and gives them direction. Australias Biggest Morning Tea Through the Wellbeing Group and Learning Centre NHS students have been privileged to be able to participate in the following programs during Semester 1. Landscaping Project Grow Zone Students have been working hard to achieve success at the Grow Zone. The group is developing plans for a Landscaping Project around the NHS Rock at the front of the school. Once these are finalized they will take their plans to their SRC representative to take to School Council for approval. Next term students are looking forward to putting their plans into place. Wellbeing
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