The squad has been introduced this year with the aim of improving the football skills and team work of selected students. Interested students are invited to participate in 4 trial sessions before the final squad of 30 is selected.
Trials are being conducted in accordance with the Current COVID-19 Public School Operating Guidelines on the NASHS School oval.
Students who are selected may be given the following opportunities:
After selection, students will attend weekly training sessions conducted by NASHS staff members Regan Poett and Jordan Heil, who are experienced coaches and players.
They look forward to facilitating the AFL development of the selected students and enhancing the general football culture across the NASHS community.
With persistence and problem solving, including many phone calls, emails and even a couple of Webex meetings, the classes managed to create magazine covers of a high quality.
SWAT codes are Symbolic, Written, Audio and Technical codes that are used extensively in all Viewing material. These include the use of gestures and colour, camera angles and fonts to make covers engaging and appealing to the consumer.
Well done Year 9’s! You did a top job.
The Deadly Sista Girlz Program at NASHS aims to empower, engage and enable young First Nations girls to make informed decisions about their personal health, education and wellbeing to lead a positive and healthy lifestyle.
This term, week 2, the DSG mentors prepared and delivered hampers to all of our DSG and their nominated families in need. The girls received pamper packs and hygiene packs and a number of families received pantry hampers and fruit and veg hampers. Thanks Wirra Foundation for supporting our students and families during this time.
Some of our indigenous students painted hands and wrote messages on them and then placed them on the wall outside the entrance to the Library. The hand theme continued inside the library, where students were invited to write a message of friendship and respect to fellow Australians, and these were placed atop our bookcase as you can see in the photo.
Special thanks to:
And thank you to all those who viewed the display and wrote messages. We certainly demonstrated that we are ‘in this together’.
There were some excellent times recorded and was a true testament to the student’s hard work and training during the cross country unit.
The Year 10 boys race was particularly impressive, Oliver Dall winning the 4km event in a time of 14:55 minutes just ahead of Jayden Kowalski, Angus Bowles and Hamish Wilkes.
Below are the results for the top 3 for each year group.