Education


Woy Woy contemplates school uniform changes

Woy Woy Public School is still contemplating changes to its school uniform following feedback to its Uniform Review Committee surveys. The school introduced the Uniform Review Committee earlier this year…



Mystery donation

Copacabana Public School has received a generous donation from a community member. Principal, Lisa Lewis, wishes to extend her thanks to the community member who donated $500 from a radio…



Garden club holds first produce sale

The Garden Club at Woy Woy South Public School has held its first produce sale on November 6. Throughout the year, staff and the school community have made several improvements…






Two students among top three writers

Two Brisbane Water Secondary College students were among the top three of the Central Coast High Schools Writing Competition. “Results are in on the Central Coast High Schools Writing Competition,…



End of schooling can be traumatic

There were tears from students, staff and parents at high schools across the Coast as school’s formally farewelled their Classes of 2019. As is tradition at many schools across the…




College has introduced its own therapy dog

After many months of planning, research and anticipation, Green Point Christian College has introduced their very own therapy dog, Bentley. Bentley and his handler, Janelle Stringer, will visit the College…


Visual Arts Work displayed in Art Express

Former Terrigal High School student, Olivia Mayhew, has had her 2018 Visual Arts Body of Work displayed in this year’s Art Express. Mayhew’s sculpture and associated works is entitled ‘Genesis’…


Students raise $1200 in 40-Hour Famine

Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus students have raised more than $1200 as part of the 40- Hour Famine. Students participated in a Backpack Challenge earlier in the month…