25 May 2016 Audrey Juska | News | Whole School  

Headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds.
The service is designed to make it easy as possible for a young person and their family to get the help they need for problems affecting their wellbeing. This covers four core areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support and alcohol and other drug services.
The services can be accessed through headspace centres, online counselling service eheadspace and postvention suicide support program headspace School Support.

For more information please visit Headspace

 
23 May 2016 John G Kennedy | News | Community  

Support the Liston Jones Family  at Brian's Benefit. 

Where: Marrickville Bowling Club

When: Saturday, 28th May 2016

Time: 4pm - Late

Ticket: $20 Adult / Kids Free - Click Here for Tickets

Fabulous Music, Kids Entertainment, Home Made Stall, Silent Auction and More! 

Bernie Hayes, Trish Young (the Clouds) and Lolo Lovina, along with a mass of musical talent drawn from Brian's friends and community. 

Donate to the Liston and Jones Children Support Trust at mycause.com.au

Brian's Benefit Facebook Page

All Welcome!

20 May 2016 Sathya Kumaralingam | News | Whole School  

Our Multicultural Day is fast approaching. It’s on Friday 3rd June.
This is a special day at Homebush Boys school where our staff and students get an opportunity to showcase who we are. We believe that it is our cultural differences that make us strong, as there is a collective strength in the differences between us and there is comfort where it overlaps, because we are all aware that we are all the same beneath our skin.

All parents and families of students are cordially invited to our school on Friday 3rd June to come and soak in the festive atmosphere.
Please support our students’ skills and passion to display multiculturalism.
The day starts with a special assembly at 8.50 am. This is followed by performances in the hall and we also have a multicultural mini food fair during lunch time on the Western grass.
Parents are invited to watch the performances and contribute their services to help us celebrate this special day.

 There are opportunities:

  • to help with making and serving of cultural food
  • to help with decorations
  • to help with cultural entertainment /performances

Any queries: Please call the school on 97643611

 

 

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