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Boorowa Central School

Written by: The Hilltops Phoenix

Boorowa Central School

Although everyday school life has a ‘different look’ this year, we find ourselves needing to adapt daily to the many changes and challenges presented to us. Despite this, Boorowa Central School always ensures that every student is known, valued and cared for whilst gaining a high-quality education.

With the end of the school year fast approaching, many parents, carers and children are thinking about the 2021 school year. That said – Boorowa Central School would like to assure everyone that despite COVID-19 restrictions, our transition programs are still taking place, albeit in a different format.

Year 6 students transitioning into Year 7 who cannot attend our next High School Preparation Day will be able to view the day’s events in a special video presentation, which includes insights from both teachers and students. They will also be invited to join the ‘Google Classroom’, enabling them to interact with their peers.

Deputy Principal (Acting) and program coordinator Mrs Christine Hawkins said, “Our first High School Preparation Day was a lot of fun and the students enjoyed the activities immensely. I was disappointed for those students that couldn’t attend, however, it’s great to know they won’t miss out completely.”

The 2021 Kindy Start program also looks different this year. Kindergarten teacher Mrs Peta Proudford delivered the first Kindy Start ½ day at the Boorowa Early Education (BEE) Centre. A Kindergarten orientation video was created and shared with families.

Boorowa Central School welcomes all enquiries. Please contact Christine Hawkins or Peta Proudford for more information on 6385 3009.

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