A guide to ‘DISABILITY SUPPORT’ on line that includes every imaginable service you would be looking for.
It includes : –
- NDIS planning
- Useful phone numbers and websites
- Disability Support Services
- In Home Community Support
- Therapists and Specialists
Plus so much more.
Two of our students Scott and Hailey competed in 4 events against 13 other WA clubs in the Junior Lifeguard Club State Titles 2019 –
Between them they placed 4 x 3rd and were presented with 3 medals.
What a fantastic job! Well done.
Warnbro CHS have just had a wheelchair ramp installed in their grassed area outside the school canteen!
Our students are very excited, as it means they can all now join in with their friends at lunch and recess.
Senior School Mural
Artist Paul Deej worked with students early in the term and has created a vibrant mural in the undercover area of the Endeavour Building.
National Day of Action
Warnbro CHS ESC students supported National Action Day against Bullying and Violence last week. Students took a stance against bullying with each class designing their own class message.
As a school we are passionately committed to creating a safe, caring and respectful school community. We know that when students feel a strong sense of safety, acceptance and belonging they are able to learn, achieve and be their best.
Swimming Carnival 2019
Congratulations to our students that won awards in this years Swimming Carnival! Well done!
Congratulations! Warnbro Community High School Education Support Centre were recent winners of the School of The Year Award at WAESPAA Education Awards. This is a fantastic achievement and acknowledgement of the whole school community and the hard work and dedication of our staff to ensuring the very best programs and education possible for our students.
The school would like to recognise the high quality work of the Middle School students who completed presentations for the Bendigo Bank competition on the topic of Improving our Community. Congratulations to Nikkeah and Tasha who were the school’s winners and went on to present their idea at the final presentation night at Murdoch University. These students have been shining stars, representing our school at a very prestigious event. Well done to you both and let’s hope this is the start of many amazing success stories.
Student Excellence at Abilities Expo
WCHS Education Support Centre students demonstrated their outstanding abilities at the Abilities Expo at Crown recently demonstrating their Manufacturing, Retail and Hospitality enterprises as well as a performance by our “Warnbro All-Stars” rock band. Our baristas made incredible coffee. Our Directions students made raw balls giving away 400 in total and our Manufacturing students displayed numerous wooden products produced over the year. There was much to celebrate.
Students have been volunteering with Chorus volunteer organisation engaging in Gardening within their local area, students have been building skills and doing an excellent job as mentioned by one of our local residents:
“Please thank your wonderful students for their help and support in maintaining my garden.
Wishing you a great day – Florance”
Congratulations to Truin for gaining employment at Woolworths after a successful work placement. What a great achievement!
Congratulations Eryn for being offered a school based traineeship in Retail. This is an exciting opportunity, well done!
Warnbro All Stars Rock Band Performance
Our fantastic Warnbro Allstars Rock Band did an amazing performance for principals and administrators at the WAESPAA Conference. Our students demonstrated the character strength of Courage, Zest and team work and enjoyed warm applause from the audience.
Kim McCollum, principal of Warnbro CHS ESC has graduated as a Department of Education Principal Fellow along with 20 other West Australian Department of Education Principals. The Minister Of Education, Sue Ellery presented principals with their graduation certifications at a special ceremony last week. The 18 month program involved an extensive body of learning, mentoring and development. It included two intensive Harvard University Graduate School of Education courses, one delivered in Boston, Massachusetts and one online. Principals also participated in executive mentoring and active engagement in an area of system improvement.